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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 July 1915

.ftKLOOALS urelesT'and son, Dill were By-lleber Cutler wcro In Eorocanyon this week. , nnwTt of Hclicr was K r and Wcdiicailay visiting EL TS.Droadbc.it. LBoiion""of Uhl " "" K, Mao Davis Wednesday i tt1)lpplo"retuni(Hl Tliu.ru B, two weeks' visit with her ' ,v West or Stilt Lake. Ercvlsltlnfi with her sister, Kj Walker. Intra J. E- Pclt;r', ot Gnrf,eld KsltlDg with Mrs. Peter's par. adMM.W.H.Chlpmnn. Lie Boley of Salt Lako spent K week here with her moth- , Shelley and children or K ,ra here visiting with her Mr. and Mrs. .T. W. Ovard. i Jlra. H. S. Itasmusson and H Mary spent tho first of the Kilt Lako City. BouncllmaiTilana Chrlstenswi K spent Pioneer Day at Be tlsltlng friends. Bd Mr. Konn Smith of Hobcr B pits at th ,iom of Mr" B j- s-Dcc, imrt of tno wcc' BliUan Hunter of Salt Lake, Btere Wednesday evening for B' vl8lt nt ,llc notno of ncr Kir. and Mrs. II. E. Hunter. Emma May McUonough ro o her homo "l nuPrt Ida'10. En days' visit with Miss Willa Hllfred Roberts or Lelil spen...

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. — 31 July 1915

L' - AMEIUCAN FORK CITIZEN', SATUFtDAY, JULY 31, 1015, J The Lehi Department ( - mmmmmm mmm .. mmm B mmmm mmmmmmmmm w shhhhm nm Pioneer Day a Pleasing Success Fifty-Eight Pioneers Receive Badges and Occupy Seats of Honor. Lolil's Pioneer Day celebration came oft as per schedule excepting tho flre men'a demonstration which fallod to materialize becauso of a misunder standing ns to who should supply tho boxes for tho conflagatlon. The High School Hand, commencing nt sunrise, supplied enlivening musk for several hours, giving tho people tho spirit of the dny. A good sized audience assembled in the. Tabernacle nt ten o'clock to lis ten to tho excellent program as out lined In our lust Issue. Residents who camo to Lehl before 18C8 were given distinguished places and budges of ribbon of stato colors. There were 60 of theso presont, thrro of whom came to Utah in 1848. The only LchI resident to come in 184? Is Mrs. M. A. Norton, who was a guest of tho Salt Lnko committed Saturday. Lcsllo Oo...

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. — 31 July 1915

WT LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS m i Tjlnof OJgen spoilt the S ,,h ''cl11 rcJnl,veB" Hn shirts at ivoplo'a Co-op. mi fr,"Ml9 '" s a Jlr "Joseph Shaw of tlio Milling station spent tho week W'h friends In !. M, mes r ubs-now fnll imttornu M t I'cop'"'" C0-0"' 3Ml nAMrsri-estor Anderson of ' cit), wcro tlio BticstB of Ehl Hatlu'9 In Pioneer Dny. Trilla Ilolfo was visiting reln lnUraii from Fihlay of Inst until Monday Id ug ftviUire, Nmicc O'Nell, In KM nomanoir," by Hnrclou, next Bcdir and Thursday ltoynl. K0 KurBeson of Poise, lda V, t,e guost of his sister, Mrs. rt Fox, a part of Inst week. Rj Marvel Ithndes ivtiiincd homo Bjar after a week's visit In (Inr- e Misses Mn Wi''iltto mid Clnni rrie and I.eo McCarrio of Suit citrClty, were l.ehl vIsltorH hint coining down to spend Pioneer vith their mother, Mrs. Mario Hrrlc. lllred's Variety I Store I for (iiiocmtms fl.Vw, Choice, Complete, Up Ahlt Stock, nml Trices Jtea SuMt. Our Oilier Stock Al H Incrcaseil. WlLBED'S VAItli:TV STOltE M Main ...

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. — 31 July 1915

I M AMERICAN FORK PITMEN, 8nnAY. JULY 31, 1915. , i -J II LEHI LOCALS I Mr. W. K. Dunklely of Snlt Lako I Clly wns n I.chI visitor on tho 24tli. I John E. Jones Is tho victim of n I i Revere attnok of rheumntlsm. ? Rugs, rugs, rugs new fall patterns now ready nt People's Co-op. 31-lt I Mr. nnd Mrs. Androw Jacobs and Mrs. John Jacobs wore Sprlngvlllo i ylsltors, Tuesday. Miss Mary Edwards, nfter a stay of fiomo months In Mllford, returned home this week. Mrs. T. Stewart, of Park City, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and I Mrs.(W. S. Evans for tho past week, J Iloyd Mcrrlhow, of Salt Lnko City I spent' July 24th In I.ehl, the guest or j Mrs. Ada Stoddard. I On your outing trip don't forget tr I take a "kodak" People's Co-op. 31-lt I Mr. nnd Mrs. John Steed, of Farm- I Ington, tiro visiting with Mrs. Steed's I parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Prime, Jacobs. j MUscs Zolln Rhodes and Emily Wnn- I IobsJ returned to Lchl, 8unday, nfter j nn extended visit in Idaho. I Mr, nnd Mrs. John Roberts hnd ...

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. — 31 July 1915

I 11 : UM I ' ' AMEHICAN FORK CimEaATUnfuV, JDLY ai tfilB iiii Pleasant Grove Department 1 Conference I Held In Grove ItLyinairTalks. sta,e Eency and Bishops al Ke Keports. EL quarterly Stake Confer. Reld here Ust Sunday. Prcfc u uman of tho Quorum of Km was present. Presidents. K In charge. ' Thoopon nl "Come, CorooYo Saints" v0ir and congregntlon. Earn delivered tho opening pray Bf is followed by the nnthem Mountains Shout for Joy." it Lima" commonded tho pleasant Grovo for the poro In which services , itA and advocated cvery Ktlog trees around tho vnr rthes. He emphasized ward doing their duty and snld r would mako 100 per cent c would be a noticeable In H attendance at the. sacrament it S. L. Chlpmaii reported cnrslons that had been run tits Stako had decided not my lea or coffco nt any tie church gatherings. He a more liberal patronage industries, t A. J. Evans explained the the duties and rcaponslblll ; the Stake orncers, ntid K new water projects In tho ot the county. 'toes 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. — 31 July 1915

mi ' l ' H'" , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. JULY 31, 191G. , I : AMERICAN PORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mil I i H' ' This wny for the. very bent In Job I'duUtiK. ('all 8G 26tf. H, -T Mrs. S. J. Jones of Provo spent tho H flrst'of tho week hero with her sister, B ., Mrs, F. M. Drown. B ' Miss Ora Lynch returned Sunday B ,." utter a six weeks' stay in Odgen with 'i Mrs. J. A. Woods. B . Archie Hromley wont up to the city H- to tuko In tho carnival of the Wizard H of the Wasatch. (Miss Haydcyj Adnms returned Wed nesday from n two weeks' visit In Hif ninghatn Canyon with her father, .1. (I. O. Adams. '" t ' 'y i, Mrs. Wm. Contcs returned Tuesday Mhi from a two weeks' stay In Salt Lake yk with her sisters, Mrs. Hill Anderson and Mrs. Pred Mcnrold. iki, MCiSsrs David Condor and Al Earl SfLy iind.'famlllcB enjoyed nn outlnp In Am- iff i erlcnn Fork canyon Saturday anil Suii- frf day. It)V Mr. mid Mrs, Joseph Miller niu. , daughters, Nettle nnd Alice spent the. K$ week end In Salt Lake visi...

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. — 7 August 1915

n Amgricanjork Citizen """"P"''. AMWUCAX KOnK CMTIZATl'JUuY Ufll'STT loir" :ILJ:2 ft MrrT i! uuibl 1,1015 NUMUKll 17 . pGood Strikes I Reported This Week Km Brothers, tho Hatch Pco K the Park City Leasers M2 Ike Wadley all Report Ekes of Shipping Ore and Ko Now Sacking It On Mllieir Dumps. wild Brothers broke into their )n t,0 Dutchman mlno Monilny. By arc now sucking ngnln and wllj resumc shipments. From tho Kent look of tlio oro chiiia, llioso Lata will continue until the, r jli-g and tlm canyon Is locked for the winter. The tunnel iiccoh- Br to cntch tlio vein wns run n lit- orcr 200 feet, about forty feet fnr- than nt first thought necessary e rrJn where encountered Is prnc tllr the sninc lM,,,B na w,lcn " wnB ton tlio lilRli- level. It is n nnc d orbonato mid Is going down on;. The oro will assay about $r0 ton nnd Is much desired by tlir ritert because of Its mixing quail j vlth other ores, considerable excitement was caiiH- In tho canyon enrly In the week mseof a strike In tli...

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. — 7 August 1915

fs3rrBBBBBBBJP fl I AMERICAN FORK OF- SATURDAY, jn.AM7.mB. " SfeS I Our Answer to Provo Post I Provo Post Does Not Deny its Graft of County Funds But Gives as Excuse That Provo Herald Grafted Last Year. H The I'rovo Post, to whom tho County I Commissioners made 11 present of sev- H oral hutulrcil dollars of tho people's. H taxes when they awarded them the H rontract for county printing nt a price H fifty per cent higher than tho bid of n company who guaranteed douhlo the H circulation of the Post, comes out In H Its lust Issue with a four column Rcut H tlo fish answer to our nrtlclo of two weeks ngo. It makes ono think of the H German's answer regarding the Lusl H tnnla, whereJn they mention every- thing but tho ship. H The Alpine Pub. Co., bid 12 rents H per description for printing the de- H delinquent tax list. The Post bid 18 cents. And we, nlso offered to mall, H free of charge, n copy of one of our H papers to each delinquent; something H wo think tho Provo papers have never H...

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. — 7 August 1915

KAN FORK LOCALS 2flr Jensen o7Provo was nn Atn yKiWrk visitor Wednesday. ' I, and MM s u cl,lnnian ,nn,, Sncss trip "vo Thursday. OB HouSehoMcr Is home riftcr nn (J Km of M m0"tI,s nt n' ,iert1' .ft number ofWeve n dancing M"Ktr t thc ,1,kc rcs Wo,lncs,ny I J Kclos- . 4 Hi l Ethel Spencer left Thursday for Kbam licr0 1,cr ,,U8bnntl ls cm" 9flllr and Mrs Stanley GoatcB of OOJlBu'"0 American Fork visitors k . ua Chliunnii and Mrs. Sndlo MmT leavc Sumby for n two WPcks M lar In Cnliroriiln I Mr!- Win. Hodcll of Harrlmnn Is re iuitlng Willi lior mother, Mrs. Krlba Cblpnuin HMrt. jfathnn Anderson loft Thursday H gan i,ao whore sho will ninkc I Htr home Ijlits Gladys Necdham of Provo Is Btc Tlslllnp nt the homo of Mr. and ID Hrl. Benjamin Fiilliner. 5 I Mr. ami Mrs .1 A. Wootton and fain- MHr motored In Draper Tuesday, re flrnlng in Iho evening. 'lltflciyde Thornton Is spcndliiB n cnupli H weeks In llliighnm with his iiiiul Hrs. Arthur Wright. Hxiu Mnmlu Holilnson of Mliiglinr yflient the...

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. — 7 August 1915

I l.i I H iBW111l AMERICAN' FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915 , , The Lehi Department m ' - Officers Confiscate Beer and Whiskey jy Sheriff Takes Thlrlj-Four Iloltli'i p From Autos at Saratoga .Springs' $ Sheriff Kast in response to a lele- N phono call from city marshal John 9. M Evans cnino to Lclil Saturday night pj and confiscated thirty-four MS bottles of liquor from two autoa at f, Saratoga 8prlngs. Fourteen bottles B of beer mid a flask of whiskey were ffou taken from an auto rented by soma Sy young men from I.olil, and nineteen g bottles of beer were taken from ai. K$2 auto belonging to Sandy parties. Tin Ityj liquor was taken by tho Sheriff to nS I'rovo, where It will be destroyed, tin- By less It Is called for and claimed by MM the owners within legal time. Wm Tho young men say that they htrec j tho auto and with others went to Eg Sandy whero bccVj wns purchased! Ha Some, of the parties got out at I.eli. Hfi with tholr beier In a sack nnd the otli- Rtl era went to Sar...

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. — 7 August 1915

sfli HIh fi J- - AMEniOAN PORK CITIZEN', SA.TUp.DAV. At'OPST 7 hie I jjEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS . I flTipcnl tho nrat of tho mXnia ln proV0, irst child, a baby girl, nrrlvc.l Jl of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur IToBdar. nt Saratoga Springs. I ftirls Aslicr Is making u ten it Ub her mint, Mrs. Ocorgo "IM . fd Ward Holler Society i routing last Krldny at the ijMkk grove on Utah Lnko. C I ff.(on l innMttB a bigness Milwaukee, Wis. Soon after rn, Mr n"'1 Mr8' Wntson ,n" Eking their homo In Salt Lnko Jr4v v lVm1? ! jJcKIS rXTEHMVE. b WTO XH JIVE, uifManESRAWi wmwixst mMWJ or heal wwiif jMATtfYoUivSWUTTY. wKWAftE U,5 WJIJiHE3I 1 n. . MLJfimiEW, "' Druggist 'WiBhI, UTAH llred's Variety Store fbttl FR (iKOCKHIKS . i!k 1Ti Choice, Complete, Up late Slock, anil Prices Ken oihlr. Our Other Stock AL wk, Increased. .IBED'S VAUIETV STOKE "" Main Street, Lclil. IQI'B mm -limbing Heating n Eitlnialcs Furnished Free IsCrTLIKS OF ALL KINDS H am now loented In Lent and pared to do nil kinds of pKimb- H or to In...

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. — 7 August 1915

HHIlHvMHTflHVHYflYHvflHHwJHH B i r AMERICAN' FORK OlTlfefct. BATt'ttPAT. AUOUSTlSlS , J I LEHI LOCALS H MIbs Martha I'lummcr was In I'rovo H Thursday visiting friends. lllsliop llcnry Lewis was u business visitor to Halt I.nke yesterday. Mi A baby boy nrrved nt (ho home of i Mr, niiil Mrs. Hoy Pox Thursday. H MIhs Vera Taylor was an Iiitorur- linn passenger to Salt Lake Thursday H morning. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ilerg of Halt Lake H wcro guests of Mrs. Florence Ilerg I .Sunday. H Mrs. John F. Drndshaw wcjit to Lay- ton yesterday to visit hero sister, Mrs. M George E. Klrkham. Hj Ruben King went to Garfield yes- Hj tcrdny, where ho will bo employed In HJ the reduction works. H Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Roberts, Air. and H Mrs. J. I). Roberts nnd Mrs. 0. J. Rob- HJ crts spent Wednesday In Illngham, HJ making the trip In nu auto. The, S inu I n orchestra went to River- HJ ton to play for u dancing party Thurs- HJ day night. Wednesday they played HJ for u party In Alpine, H Samuel Cox and Joseph W...

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. — 7 August 1915

J. -, American fouk cmm Sati'May. aiv.,. - l915 I PleasantQrove Department LI Road Paving yjiMiences Next Week HflB, ffl'l Hull'1 '" 'Mllcs U8 n" BfHrinicnt on Slnto Itoml North of lfKatt Groir. Mf Mrounty Commlssioors and the By J HRoa,i Commissioner spout Wed MB Jm H. instigating conditions on the n If Wmi north of town preparntory F Hiding two ml,CB of tnrvIn roml Ha ibis city nml Amcrlcnn Fork. H lll be about two miles of thu Bond H HIC experiment proves Hsful ",any ",or0 ,nllc8 wl11 ,IC' next m' HrU payment Is mndo by mlxliiK Bclally prepared tnr with conrso H or fine pea gravel. About two Bci of ,nn,n 0 ",0 8(limro ro11 lH j-maiBln mnklng I ho rond nml two l!B' of cnr w" ,ic UBctl ou ,nt as "HBjQrth of this city, nml will con- aiBt a stretch about two miles long. l" rtVHtber third of the cnr will bevused toto Clly niako larxla rood thu road bed Ui bo perfectly drained. Tho base Bm be tnndo of conrso crushed H- four Inches deep and rolled i 15.(011 roller. This should be H with...

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. — 7 August 1915

AMERICAN HWUt JMTiSBM. SATURDAY. AOOUflT 7, 1015 W'' " AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Ht1 - ... - K' This wny for the. very best In Job B"' Cilntlng. Call SG 2Ctf. ! Anion Wngstnff tnntlo u IjurIiichs JH trip to 1'rovo Monilny. jH 11, N. ClnlHlt'iiHoii mudo u business O trip to Halt l.nko City Mondny. Bj I.ulher Crnndnll left Tuesdny for n H wppk'B visit up Port Canyon. H Mrs. Anno Clilpmnn ppent Monday H In Provo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Uyron Crosby of Salt D l.nko spent Sunday hero with Mrs. 9 Croaby'n mothor, Mrtt. Nancy Korh.s. ID Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Colton of Salt jH l.nkp, spent Sunday hero with Mr. and H Mrs. W. C. Hnnsen. Hi Mrs. Charles I.oglo spput the parly Hi part of the week with her daughter, ), Mrs. Charles Thnrno In Pleasant HjT Grove. HM Miss Violet I.aursen Is homo aftpr a (hrpp uiontliH' stay with her sister, RB In l.ewlston. MR Miss Ruth Anderson of Salt Lake HB Is hero Bpcnding n wppk with Ccorgtn BR Sinclair. HI Russell Whitman of Sprlngvlllc, was BJ hero Suudny, gues...

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. — 14 August 1915

iBP ' 9 '-'' )' C ''-r $ JSlSdganFjl Citizen ami.:h,can fouk citizen, SATunDAVHimTf1 ' ? -L- - : . '. "' iJ.0 Nmtnuri is .fr I IP8SB Moiier Hiii eveiopment Oom- Take full Posses Knber First. IS. .rrrl'H'nt of "jo T opment company, tills P A XlHl ' ,)1B up "IC 0l(1 llKdcr I"""1 n,Hl Icaso Hoi of three years. Tlio morklngunder a sub- VingpanBffadlcy, but will take r their mm lease Heretofore the owncm Hlne )mo only Blven a B;car nt n tltno, so the nfDHfUns"r'irlB0 "I r(fl, DcTcIormont company n Vcgregatlon of Park City r ry. Btarlcs Tynp In a heavy H, u Owen Stewart of r member Those who leasing company tiro H.lo cipitnllMs or cx- l nHilflKfrj and are good men lcc(riC(Hcan)oii Mr Wllllnms, Bie company, has been n tfper workings of the line la Park City for thn (i ieJBrnow ban 'lght men nt "rlnc the old Knlnmnzoo "'S: Hacking ore In the old H The men are nlso ro- rt He found some good ore $Q riHrnan, Jr, u nuthorlty Yu.iHJHirnt that tin- Pacific has He"'" fr which the long H? drlicn 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. — 14 August 1915

ig AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. 1015. MmJ E $ AMEBICAX. FORK CITIZEN m ' ., A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT H , . PUBLICATION K ftvv'r MUIIHOIIIPTIOX fLf. One 'Year 1,60 t? Six Months 90c ',4 ' ? : ' Kntcrwl iib Sccond-ClnBB Mntter nl Wt & Post'Omco nt American Fork, Utah. Ei. ' Office Corner Mnln anil Tenter Nt., m Phone 8.1. a- '- a. W. Rosa Editor Bk " 1" W. Oalflfon) Mnnnger p Committee Accepts 1 Telephone Proposition '. Business Phones Will be Rais- ," " ed in Return for Which Free '; Service Between Towns and Four Party Service Will Be y, if - Restored. Bh Al ,l meeting or tlio telephone users " committee held In the I.ohl Commer- i clal Club Monilny. Mr. A. 0. Knmsi representing the Mountain State ' Telephone mid Tolegrnph Co, mndo H the following proportion. M' Thnt In conHlderatlon of tho Tcle- B phono Users Committee, ngrcelng to ;," ''""OP nnV furthor egltntlon nml Its ' co-operation In securing tho rolustnl H ntlon of the phones recently taken out tho Mountn...

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. — 14 August 1915

ftORK LOCALS m "TT is spending n aaSS,wMhlntlc.. 'kshancturlie(lnftcrn tW0 5 taV. It,nh0- II ,i, ikiTMoffctt nro npcnd K it the Inko resort. ,Mods"t"lmo8t yur own KS0 Lc,,L u'n fl. inh riergesen of Salt fci for " week's stay with s niddiecoinb of Ulughnm Sting lth her brother, John Hgd family- M. MrJ "lcoT. Slll'llc, lcav ! Wt with Mr. and p. Wherry in Ogdcn. I v HoltirTpoinUne the week KC guest of her brother, Dcl- Aihltf and family left Wed B0r a four days' camping trip K canyon. Hfirle Chlp'iimi returned to her lie tclephono office Thurs riffcck'a vacation. 1 Mr. Win- Firmngo hnvo Kits of their daughter, Mrs. Kei, of Salt Lake thla week. ftd bear "Gale and dale," grcnt Bind dancing nrtlBts, nt the Bnlsbt. -H B E. Spratley, Jr., wns tnkcn Bute City Thursday to undcr Bpratlon for hcrnin. Bt J. Uulpln, of Salt Lake, Is Biting with, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hu Amtroso and friend or St. hospital of Salt Lake, spent day and ThurHdny with Mr. K N, M. Ambrose. Bod Mrs. L. II. Uailcy nro re- in th...

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. — 14 August 1915

BBJ AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN', TUnDAYUSTMU. M16. -- . "-"--l-: The Lehi Department I Are. Johnston's Gannons I In Jordan River m Preparations Being Made to M Search For Old Time Relics H Here is the Story For What It Is Worth. Bj Representatives of tlio Dcsoret Mus- Kg outn hnvo inado tirriingements with Kg Orlando Itorroii to mnko a search ot M Jonlnn River near l.ehl fur uluc big IB brass cannon said to have been thrown M In Jordan Itlver at thu time when R Johiison'n 11 nil y left Utah in the early Hg sixties. Air. Hcrron Ih positive that the H cannon iircthoro and thinks that lir H can direct tlio state officials JtiRt H whom to get thorn. It U well known that Johnston'? Be army brought to Utah n lot of blj. BB lrasn cannon, weighing about two BB tons ench, with which to shoot Mor- H mons. However, they were never used Hu and when Johnston broko camp at Kg Camp Douglas to return and fight In H the war of tho Itcbclllnn, ho did not care to hntil the cinubersomo weapons by mule team ...

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. — 14 August 1915

KScursions East ftWMllli Io,,S 1,mllS V (HI.1W5 nt rntcs ns K, American I'ork to Don K.talWOO.KmiBnsClly B"lfiBO.St.Uul8$51.20, K. i Snlt Mkc Ilouto Kkcis"' 7.3t 3k yliwi HIcKiirxinMivr, mHisivr, jKIIIESRAIIK WiIiIwJ8CSI jlWJOrJiFALI'OWTJf HiXT tt VeUR 5C7JlET3f I n.!i.Mi:iniiiiiMV, WM . "TAH jggagc Transfer lomoliili' for Hire 1 'Prison & Soiis BLivery and Feed ii" Stables I Hrcleplioiie 10-W-l n Si. l-flii, TTtuli red's Variety I Store :o;i (;iioci:itii:s , Choice, Complete, Up ... Kt Slock, nnil Prices Hen Wl,, Our Other Stock AI- en Bed's aiiii:tv siohe aiB Main Street, I.elil. -pbing Heating Btiuutcs Furnished Free iTIILS IIP ALL KIM." fta now located In l.clii ana l8rcd to do nil kinds of plumb I pnBr to Install Bteum or hot MB heating plants llifl 1. S. LOTT ll. UTAH lining and Repairing Hiding First Glass Biiiii'(iAii:ii (1ai,vam,i: CutUrlut', SmukoliickM, Hoofing, etc. puis ni,i,i:i) i'itoMPTi,Y RltXS HDASO.VAIILi: i' I'OMAI, Oil CAM, O.N pari Gunther J LEH1 f AUTO For ...

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. — 14 August 1915

.. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN', gATUtlDAY, AUOUSl. 1 1 LEHI LOOALS Miss Vlrdn Lewis left Monday for n visit with friends In Sprlngvlllo. I Miss Inez Hnminor lias ob her finest this wek Miss Von Hnmtner. I , Mrs. Peter Irogonln with her chll- drcn, of Eurokn were I.ehl visitor H the Intter pirt of the week. H Bummer Roods at almost your own price nt People's Co-op., I.ehl. 14-11 H - j Mr. Ira Rnckor nnd Miss Mnrvcl H Rhodes made n pleasant trip to Provo j Sundny by motor. I The II. II. Club held their regular H mooting this week at the homo or Mrs. H John I'rck. Mr. Hllfrnd Allrcd of 8nlt I.uke City, H hns been In Lehl for some dnys visit H Ing friends nml relntlvcs, H About oiif-hnlf of the fence enclos- H Ing the west side of the ball pnrk H blow down In a recent wind storm. H Who PnyH? Hen this great photo- H play Comes every Momlny nnd Tuck H day Royal, 14-1 1 H Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Thomas left Hit Hj week for Morgan for n visit with rein- IIvoa and friends. H Mrs. Win. Dorton, Jr., of S...

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