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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 July 1915

apleasant Grov .ie I I Culling Station V I BIIromT Officials Hero W If ,0 '4rrnnpc for ,,u,,d,ng I Hand 1 Hvu!tlrnercullurnl BU1)or I H'for the Utah-Idaho Sugar ""M Hnd Engineer Drown of tho l H Route, spent yesterday In Hroro Inylnc out tho site "T H!t turds for tho cutting stn- tho eugar company will 1 Tho plan nnd Bpcclflca B, duplicate of those, used In H,o ElJlnorc factory, execpt He pleasant drove- plant will Hffg station Instead or n fully v- Hactory. Jj H the plant proper will not ed H untn nfte,r tho present 'sea- Of Hpalgn ' (,vor' wh0" th0 . Bgrk plant will bo remodlcd, Bnd movctl lo ,,ic,,9ant rovc i, Hthc trnckuKO will commence Hr date so that tho beets bo B, here can bo loaded on the V shipped to Iho I.chl factorj oVn. Provisions will alco bo IBfload at tin; I'lensnnt Grove IB) usual' IHtlon will bo locate, 1 exactly ISiouth of the Pleasant Orovc find will also have u spur run jH the Orcni lino. It will linvo '" ; of CO.OOO tons of beets for r JHn; about ono-linlf of w...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 July 1915

1 Bbi 'YB 1 Bm . uiiiiiifniifiiiirrtfi 'fttw",nAV-mYa-li16- esJ J J i' '' ' " " . " ' " I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I w BH Ilcrt Storra was n 1'rovo visitor Bm Mondny. BJ Ilcrnnnl Chrlstenscn spout Mondny BH in Salt Luke City on htislnefls. Ua I tabor Unto mid family nulocd to Hi llobor Hiindny nnd spent the tiny with BB friends. IB Mrs. Jnck lloscll of Salt Lnko Is IB licro spending a week with linr moth- n it, Mrs. E. II. Ilolpy. Bill l.elnnri Walker went to Salt Lake I B Tuesdny and purchased nn 8 by 10 B view camera. H I Hussell Whltmnn or Sprlngvlllo K S spent Sunday here guest of Miss H B Sadie Clilpman HUB J. I-. Firmngc nnd son Ilnrold wero KK In Heber Sunday visiting with Hob HHB Mancflco, MMi Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cook of Fnlr- pR field spent the first of the week hero HJBB with Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Morgan. iBiBt MIhh Hiittiu Walker of 1'rovo was 'fluBi nnr" Saturday nnd Sunday visiting PBBYs vv't1' '"'r molll('r' Mr8, Uobcrt Walker. fTliu Misses Oru nnd Luna Chlpmnu ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 July 1915

Americ I vouxm. 1 ' II, - -"- I- I One Hundred Men I Working In Canyon I Greatest Activity In Years Counted I On to I,r'n? Jcsul,s Before Season I Is Our. j09t of the minors who camo down I (or tlio Fourth ot July linvo returned I to the canyon, nnd parties who took them P "y "l!,t not t0T tno ',nBl I goven years hnvo so mnny men liccn B gt work developing ennyou properties. I a count wns mndo which showed I over olio hundrod men to work. On I erery property thoy seem hopeful of success nnd indlcnUons nro that bov- eral nddltlonnl properties will bo shlp I ping oro beforo tbo senson closes. I On tlio Pittsburg hill Micro Is the H rittsburfi proporty with nbout fiftcun I men. Tlio Smuggler nnd tho Utnh Ccn H tonntal, each with a forco. Tho John I son property Is nlso boltiR worked, B and word comes down thnt Dr. Holdcn I this week signed a lcnso on tho Dog I mlno to some Sprlngvlllo pcoplo who H lll bo at work tlio coming week. H On tlio old Miller Hill Micro nrc 8 I miners from Park...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 July 1915

jjB AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, "TnnnAV. J01.V 10. 1015' eEadtuathSpapke1 --TRY A WANT AD AND GETJRES IH AMKUIUAN FOHK (UTIZHN IH A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT IB PURIFICATION IH f .SIMISCRII'TIO.N H One Year $1.50 IH Six Months 90c R Entered as Second-Class .Matter at Hj I'nst Ofllco nt Amerlcnn Fork, lltnli. IH Office Corner Main anil Center SL, H I'liniif 8.'i. IHI S. W. Hobs Kdltor H L. W. Onlsfori) Manager B Special Bulletin H On Trespassing H Tin! Ball l.:iku Houto Iiiih recently IH Issued a bulletin on trespassing which H Is timely and worthy of serious H thought. The following are extracts IH from H "Tho Salt Lake Houto Is a Bute H rond to rlilu upon. In the last eight B years no pnssongors have been killed IH In train nccldeuta.- It Is a vwy UN Hj SAFE road to WALK upon. During H the samo period ouo hundred and onu H trcspasBcra hnvo been killed. H ' "When tlio railway Is used for the H purpoBci Intended, It Is n good placo H to be; when tho public uses It for H any other purpose, I...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 July 1915

Jerioan fork locals jcsso Orccn has purchased n now podge touring cnr. I Bay Nicholas "oluruC(1 Snturdny I from lwo cnr8' mlsBlon ,n Ens'iind. I Mr. Harry Rawlins of Snlt Inkc, I ip'ent a few days last wck with his I mother, Mrs. Joseph Push. I Mrt. D. A- Hamilton is spending a lihort lacntloii In Amerlcnn Fork, the I guest of Mrs. Joseph Bush. I Jay Lott of Lcn 8PWit tho weok Irlsltlng at tho homo of his grnnd Ipjrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. I Summer Parasols one third off With Suits half price, nt Peoplo's co-op, lM- 1011 I Mr. K. J Wild, Joseph Johnson and ocorgc Tyler camo down from tho canyon to spend tho Fourth. I Mrs. Nancy Smith of Salt Lake ipent the week visiting her sister, Efrs. B H. Holey. I Mrs. Mary Anderson and Mrs. Violet ttderson spent Thursday visiting Brlends In I.elil. Mr. Samuel Date nnd Miss Vern Leo Salt Lako spent Sunday visiting Br. and Mrs. Hcbcr Bate I Mr. Grant Clark of Farmlngton waH ,, guest of Miss Ida Smith on tho Bourth. I Mr. Robert Kelly of Bin...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 July 1915

H AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. J"LY l6' 1915, - " ' ' 'J I The Lehi Department B pi . " " jH Lehi Holds a H ' Big Celebration H Itli'iil liny I'lno I'ltrnilo I'atriotlc B Rxerclses (food I'mgrum of Sport. H I Lull's Pourtli of July celebration H was ono ot tho best over given hero. H Tho llttlei rain tho nlgbt beforo settled H tho diiBt mill cooled tho ntmoBphcre. H over beroro were tliero bo iiiuny H people at u celebration, hundreds H coming lruiu nuuiby towns and many Bl from oilier pnus of tho state to upend B tho day. H Kow people remained asleep after H day break for tho commlttco on sa- H lutca did their saluting with glunt 1 powder trom nil parts ot town. B An thu sun rose over tho eastern Kj mountains the city's big now flag wub H Bwuug to the brcezo from tho liberty B lolo and I.ehl's Junior lloy'a Hand B under tho leadership ot Molvln Smuln Bj commonccd to serenade tho city. Tho Bj hoys showed romarkublo progress and H ' were tho subject of favorable, com- H nents B T...

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. — 10 July 1915

Mim r- , . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. JULY 10 1915 IfllE fcpRU650NTHIB0WMMWnSRKr' EJjfWHO BUY MW WflUTTEST ftPnttS AR LOW, WNqr FEAR; 1WANT YOU AGAIfTTO DEAL HE$! I n. D. HKBBIBBW. I Dregglst 1..I, - ' UTAH lllred's Variety I Store E FOR GROCERIES Keir, Choice, Complete, Up. Kite Slock, nntl 1'rlccs Ilea. KiMc. Our Other Stock A! Increased. lKED'S VARIETY STOKE Main Street, Leal. Imbing Heating Eillmates Furnished Frea rPl'MKS OF ALL KI5DS Hun now located In Lehl and Hired to do all kinds of plumb Hor to Install steam or Hot Her heating plants. Im. s. lott Hill. UTAH I 1 hi Hospital H6ENERAL SURGICAL CASES I TAKEN, FECIAL FACILITIES FOB H MATERNITY CASES COMPETENT NURSES IN C'HAItOE tinning and Repairing werytiiing First Glassy OtthTGATED GALVANIZED Guttering, Smokestacks, Roofing, etc HtDEltS FILLED PROMPTLY PRICES REASONABLE HOI POSTAL OR CALL ON Carl Gunther H LEHI AUTO I For Hire HI will mako auto trips or fishing parties, plea sure parties or business 6anies to any part o...

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 July 1915

' I i ' 'I jll AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATtmDAY, JULY 10. 1 T LEHI LOCALS XL "Who Pays?" Royal every Monday. H Mr, and Mrs. Jninca Klrkhum, Sr Him wont to Salt Loko Thursday for n H9f vlalt with rclatlvcR. HUgr BBp J. M. Klrkham returned this week Mfffe from a month's visit to Chicago and Hip uthor eastern cities. M Kk Mr. and Mrs. Karl Thompson went H El to Salt Lake Friday to attend thei fun- I EL era) of Mrs. Thompson')) cousin. 9 K Fruit Jars all of the good kinds, H K at the right price at People's Co-op, H I'"1'1, 10'U I Andrew Jacobs shipped two car loads of pickles to Salt Lake this Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wofflnden and K. X. Webb were Salt Lake visitors John I. Peterson came down from Salt Lake to spend the, holidays with his family. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hopkins arc Hpenillng a week visiting relatives In Mt, Pleasant and KiuiohIi. Dr. It. J. Kvans left Thursday for a month's work In Millard and Iron Counties. Mrs. Kvans will visit with relatives In l.ehl In the meantime. "Who Pays...

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 July 1915

I Pleasant Qro Destroys I Widow's Home jay evening about 0 o'clock p. Vbroke out in tho homo of Mrs. H Johnson mid in a short tlmo Riding ami most ot its contents Bnllrcly reduced to obIiob. Johnson had been doing somo He and wns temporarily nbsent Bhe lire cnught from a defective t flue. home wns constructed of logs Hmbcvr and burned rapidly soon nine n Btnrt. When dlscovor Kould have been cxtingulBhed H (en- buckets of water, had the Kter been nvnilnblo. Tho flro Kent mndo n good run and hare put the flames out had Bc hydrant been in working ord , t wns, they did good work Bitd do Ilttlo townrds putting tho t. Neighbors who discovered carried out many of tho inoro c articles ot furniture, bo that si was not much inoro than he amount for which It wan ln n the Home ot Utnli Co. the day before the, flro, Mrs. n iiaii received I3G.00 from e of berries which lind, not Banked because ot it bolng Sun Blowrd ly a holiday. This was Brunk which wns consumed in Bmes. After the fire, $28.00 o...

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 July 1915

o- , a I' ' 1 I , AMERICAN KWK CITIZEN. 9ATWBAY, JI1I.Y 10. 1818. J' ' I - , I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS i. I B . 0 Wj This way for the. vary best la Job j ' j I'lltiUtip. Tall 85 2Ctr. H Alonzo ('unnlngtinm wont to Stilt H J Luke Momliiy tor u two weokn Hi ay. H llyrum lllnckhurst anil family spent H the fourth In American Fork Canyon. H Clco ltoblnson of l'nyson Is liorc H , visiting with her brother Heed and j wlfu H Mr. and Mrs. Win. Anderson of Salt H J.ako spent the first of tho week here H with Mr. mid Mrs. Joseph Wnlton. Hi N, O. Llndsoy of Logan, spent part of the week In Amcrlcnn Fork, guest of Miss Jennie I'roctor. B f 4 Itoy Jackson of Ogdcn, spent Mon- H' j day tier! guest of Miss Mac Hutch- H ' " Inks. Mr. and Mrs, Kmrnctt Unto of Salt i -, ' hnko, spent part of tlio week here lUJ,-' with Mr. mid Mrs. Heber llntc. jl f Mr. nnd Mrs. lid Miller of Snlt Lake, ' arj liuro visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs. I Jed Greenwood. Miss Wnndn Myers of Salt Lake, Is hero visiting a...

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 July 1915

Umericanork Citizen 1 rL AMERICAN TOMC OISBS, SATl HUAY, JULY 17. 1015. NUMUER 14 fflRf IkaPriestliood I and Union Meeting Hbo Slake. Union 'ltl Priesthood King last Sim, Dr. Geo. H. Hrhn- prof Joslnh Illckmnn and Prof. lu-ot tW 1K Y u- aml 1rof- WootI o( tfio Sf , George .Academy wcro K:-'. al)(i mndo talks. At tho union Ees Professors Illukmnu nnd Eard wcro tho principal spcakors. E important niatlora woro tho dl Kn of general supervision over tho ous orgnnlzntlonn nmong tho E Presidency and High Council. Pltl'lnn of Hosponslbllllr Bio following division of rcsponsl E for tho work of tho Stake Presl r, High roiincll, nnd Stnko Clerk Ec Alphio Stako has been decided EciHrnt S I'. Chlpniun nnd bin Icrs, George H- Weill'. .ToBeph F. Mtj, Don C. Strong, .TnmcN O. llul "Rlclmrd D. Wndlcy nnd B. A. Eman will Imvo clmrgo of tho fol Eg! Patriarchs and tholr Records, E Council nnd High PricstB Quor- Bliiliops mul oiitiBolors, Roller Bty, Hcllglon Clnsi, Gottlng mls Hrlcs, s,JlI0 Tnbernnclo...

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 July 1915

If 7 K r, . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATtmPAY. Jl'lA . 1615- fr The Shock That Rocked HP If Altonl Oik- Minute After Tito O'clock ! Thursday Afternoon Tliero Wns f4 IJultfl nil Kurtliijiiaku Shock Uh 'I lint Wui Thoroughly Perceplnble I' 'I'liroiiKliout tin; Alplno Stake. d Tlioro occurcil about ono minute ! lifter two o'clock on Thursday nfter- 1 noon u very distinct tremor which i lusted several seconds nud wns plain- I S? lyfolt by numbers of people In Am- y . orlcan KofkLehl, Pleasant Ordve nnd S f Alpine. ThcV shock was perhaps felt $f jf most strongly In Alplno. Reports 'J from thero glvn tho duration of the 3a i" tremor as beliiR from one to ono nnd S, K; one-half minutes. At tho homo of J. iL T. Ilntcmnn tho stovo shook nnd the Bwj e.upboard rocked, and tho dishes ral- jK. tied; a blind man who was In the WES' Iioubo ut the tlmo rushed "frantically life from the building. nN At the home of Win. Dovoy, a mini- Ik, bur of bricks woro thrown from tlje HHI chimney; nl the Strong r...

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 July 1915

Erioan fork locals J,0 Saratoga on tlw 2 Jth. 17-lt B C B. Young lciivca today for n E, Visit Mt Hrlghton, Utnh. and Mrs- Clmrlos W. Enrl ot (pent Tuesday hero visiting with nd Mrs A,,,m Knr1, Hban lloblnsoti In constructing a .roomed nddltlon to "In resl- ft g. a nismoro ot Salt Luke, H'tho first of the week lioro with ,, Will ami w'fc- B n. J Murdock of Provo, Bpcnt Kst of the week hero with her Hs, Mr and Mrs. S. L. Chlpnian. m Carl Jones of Hall. Lake Is Jlsitng with her tnothcr, Mrs. Bc Adams CHMauil Drown is visiting in Salt hih Mm Will Twelves and Mr Kollo. 4H; Nil punir- nt Hnrntopi .Inly Htucrn the American Fork and TijBitr tennis Don't Miss It. 17-tt -waiter IlniiBon nnd children ) ijikc. nro hero vlaltlny with feBcnt8, Mr and Mrs. K N. Wag- SHfiescs Hhodn Scnrlo and Lll JBjEon held a kenolngton at the jKjort Thursday afternoon for uiB Hive C.lrls. iewB and Mrs .1 Arthur Wright A.r,Wi, roiue down Tuesday to Bhe funeral services of Mae trinfl C'jBsIll he an appropriate pro ...

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 July 1915

BflR ' H AMERICAN WfflK CIIMBM. SATHinAV, I i The Lehi De H Twenty-Five Mills H I City Tax Levy M All Peddlers and Medicine J Agents Must Pay License. j New Jitney Ordinance Pass- m 1 Hj Tlio City Council liulct Its ngulnr H session TucsUiiy waning. All mem. B ucrB excepting Councilman Hopkins BBpff were present. BBE It. A. Turner comiilntncil of tlm uc- H cumulation of water In tlio street nenr BBB his residence. Tlio recorder wns In- BBB structed 10 notify those responsible BBB to iibntci the nulsnnco. B Tlio question of Sundny opening of BBBl confectioneries, drug stores and slml- BflBl lar plnccB wns discussed and nn un- BBH dcstiindlng reached whereby they art H permitted to keep open until 10 o'clock H p. in. on Sundays but not to permit B tlio singing of rag tlmo music on the B Sabbath day. BBH A commtinlcntlon was rend coin- B plaining of peddlers doing business B without IIcciibo. Tlio city attorney B roportcd that they could nil bo made B to pay n license, so tlio city mor...

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 July 1915

s. n NOT WASTE 1 CITY WATER - is hereby Riven that all pnr- lbc prosecuted who wnsto tho b) Irrigating orchards, ! or allowing It to run frco , open hose Thero must not ' sprinkling 'f Erects permlcsloiw or mho for any or which payment la not lip- ' 8 , unuaiial shortage of this Beason of the year but ,n ample supply for all llgi irnoscs If ordinary care Is ob ' otherwise tho ninplo supply ,cttllim tank will becomo so low mians" tho f,lH,l,,y '" cnfl0 n e mny happen w .t ourney, Wntor Slipt. (ft A ire needs a helping hand Bure AN ACHE OR PAIN ; KtED BY7IIE PUREST DRUGS iL MAKE YOU WELL AGAIN I n. . mekiiiiiew, HI Druggist B UTAH red's Variety I Store for ;itoci:im:s B, Choice, Complete, Up. He Stock, and Trices lieu He Our Other Stock AI- BlrciiM'il. HD'.S YARICTY STORE Btfalii Street, Lclil. bing' Heating HJmattj Furnished Free Bl'MKS 01' ALL KINDS H now located In Lclil mi a d to do all kinds of plumb Hto Install Btcam or not Bleating plants. 1. S. LOTT . UTAH ling and Repairing f...

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. — 17 July 1915

H AMERICAN FORK. CITIZEN. SATL'UDAY, .ttJLY it, 10lS 1 ,B,imiL, -Ss H LEHI LOCALS H Free loo cream nt tins Roy ;il n t ovexy H i Saturday matinee. 17-K Hf Dr. R. 10. Steele of Salt Lake, City, H Hpt'iit Sunday with friends In Lehl. H H V. 10. Haekor thado a business trip H to Hull Lnk Wednesday. H Seo Mnry Plokford next Wednesday H and Thursday nt tho Iloyiil, 17-lt HE Dr. II. C. Hnlbrotik mndo a business HE trip lo Salt l.nko City Wednesday. HK Dr. Worllon made a professional Hh visit to Snlt Lake ycHtordny HJ I Free lc cream at the Iloynl nt evrxj Hj Saturday matinee. 1?-' Hj Miss Pearl Kiixboii left last Frldn H fur a tun days' visit with friends In H Ogden. .Mary I'lckford, the world's great Si est moving picture star, next week H Wednesday and Thursday Itoynl H Theatre. 17-1 1 I Mrs. Huby Vuiighuii of Poealello Hi Idnho, Is visiting with her sister, Mrb Alex Adnms. , A big hull Km")' nt Saratoga lul) 'J llh hotnceii (ln Ainrrlrjtti Fork ani! Park City lenini. Don't .Miss It. 17...

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 July 1915

& Pleasant Grove j Will Celebrate Hyitics Will Consist .Hm. in Forenoon and K, Followed by Biff Eorts. 0( l'lea lant Grove nu Hn pleasant Mmo on Sat H,0 CStli anniversary of ,Lii ha certainly u Hgof descoudonta of the Hfrmon llntinllon Of tlic HKnr wlirj cntno with (p were lleiisen Wnlkcr, Kolm S (llwison, Jnllll H bonis llnlilson, nnd of Hrmon llattnllon, Srttnuol LcS. C'lnrk nniJ Author. HK numliT nf othora wlio hl" nml from Hint (lino Hhcrc will lir n snluto of Brtlic command or dipt. HLt simrlno, hoisting of Hlutc of guns Tlio town LlMl by tlio lmiiil, Peo Hiblc ni Pioneer Grovo H 2 p. in . wlir.ro a aplen Hf exorcises will bo glv Hll!licl In our ncNt Issue. Hi!ir ilny will bo Wshop " Iwn programs given Hfk one (it 10 n. in. nml JHin'MI I'loglHlM JH)reatinu n i: i) nipin. lr Wroino .1 P Fugnl. IHB. Merck rl ni BciillnK Niels Fugnl. IHllc Olpln Htalla Thnrno Pioneers"- Wshop .1 H Duet N'nl nnd Kiln IHf,rl WillllllllKOII ! Ilnltnllon" W :. pioon Program .. A Richardson Bhop S ...

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 July 1915

B H H AMERICAN FORK "-" SATURDAY,' JULY 1?, IMG. M ft --"" -- W H I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS 'l H t n- i . ,! K' This way for the. vory best In Job m PiUiUng. Call 85 2Ctf. H ' " " H ( A recommendation will sometimes H get n Job, but won't bold It. B Mrs. Walt Hunter mid children were H Lehl visitors Mondny. H 1 L. Hickman war a Suit Lake H visitor Mondny. B Mies I'hcobo Adams entertained tho H "Woliolo" lleo Hlvo girls of the 3rd, Uf Wnrd at her homo Monday evening. H Miss draco Kelly of Urlgham City H Is hero for a two weeks' visit with H Quite a largo number of our cltl- H zona were among tho mnuy to visit H Salt Lake to sec tho Liberty Hell. H Mr, and Mrs. George Lott of Lehl, H wcro guests of Mr. and Mrs, John B Kelly Sunday. BH Mr. and Mrs. John Parker hava BBf moved Into tchlr new homo In the 3rd, BK Ward this week. H Mr. K. .1. It. A. Pchrson, of Hlgh- BH laud, spout Sunday In I.olil, guest of BH- tho Hortoll family. pH Miss Mlna Houston of Los Angeles, BBf ' is vi...

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. — 31 July 1915

;ffiricanjF Citizen LTl . AMERICAN TOUK CITIZEN. SATimOAY JuTTT " ' i .Krtronds Pacific teatTbat Vein Hai Krcepted-Other In- M Notes Bdfx miners cut their vein ., u contain tlio vnluca hen the lone br wub .Tiiesonro the uuostlonB -H,r who arc not on tho ln M nevertheless, nro wntch Kh for values nt depth nock Assures and nro r (ilh In tho canyon on I of Peter Miller's senrch. .knowing wink nssort 'Hncss (bat they know that been cut, while others the Iml'lc JI"t lho ro' tho remark "nothing do- Jtfit. al that lho Mr Assure line """J I, asserted thnt ll,(1 1,m 'Ch RtiMn otcr 1,000 feet, at which "" --Hit the engineers said It Vat. From tho stuff now ji waste, parties from tho B that tho formntloti hu d In tho place of tho hnrd ht men nro now Bending H colored rock. It Is said .Hcr has been nuking a ccr- Jbatlnegs man to opi up Tr Bre ln "l0 cnnyon' i)ron,,B M )Br KWrt ef ,r miners on B (or a period of nt least B Another slgnltlccnt atrnw ctlng Monday night In thlH """"" directors of th...

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. — 31 July 1915

i . . AMERICAN- FORK 01T12BN. SATURDV "it.T ftl. 1915. JlCAHJ '' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN " A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION ', SUIISCRIPTION -'f- One Year i.co l Six Months 90c H ; Entered ns Second-Class Matter at B Post Offlpo at American Fork, Utah. H Office Corner Main and Center St, Phone 85. D S. W. Ross Editor L'. W. Gnlsford ..,........ Manager I MAKING GEOLOGICAL I SURVEY. I I Mr. C. F. Urquhnrt with n corps I of engineers nnd helpers lias been nt . the Darling Hotel u week making nr- 1m rnngements for a geological H Burvey or the Cedar nnd Rush valleys H together with the mountains and mln- H ' ing camps between. Ho rented a pas- '- turo from Israel Evans for his horses H' and a place In town to store supplies, mW etc. Nownl Turner wns added to his H force and will assist In the work. H The government Is making n gee H logical survey of every township In .;' every state, showing the location oi H cities, railroads, creeks, rivers, moun H tnins and also Includes contour ...

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