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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 14 August 1915

hHi vw h HI m , am" 14( i9i5 " I 1 Pleasant Grove Department ji,000 For Two flwjugar Factories LV t mt Miillu" Nnvt As-smcd For WV I'lvaoAiil Grove. X.WMiirt9 foi two "ovv BUear r,1( Hj one I" Spanish Fork, tho olhci jtLaKe comity, wwo closed jes H Br, i" ucr Construction Co. ot Kami securing both. accoM contracts, Ugncd jcstcnluy l.y Djcr In bchitlf of Ills comimny, br Thomas It Cutler ot tho Utuh- n. I, sugar company, call for tho ox. .1 Mtnrc of about $1,000,000. Tho Hull Fork plant V111 nv tl c,,l,n' MZes H0 about 1000 tons n ilny. Thto vide Hfj ,'" l)0 ll1" l"10 1,ow at Is'nm,'0 a.. ,H0 and which bus not been used Mitral jcars Tho plnnl In Suit K county will be located near West Hid, on tho Hugh J. Cannon farm, Hh'was purchased by the Utnh Id Sugar tompnny. Doth factories 'Ho be completed in time to handle HmC crop. Hrk on the plant '" Satl ,'l,,;c Ht; will be commenced without de H Tlio work In Spanish Fork will H'i a f0OM UH " lllllnljcr r 'Stalls . .Hu the linmls of the loca...

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. — 14 August 1915

' X H'1' '-' "' iH?L R '1 1 K - AMERICAN FORK OlTIZEN.'.8ATtmDAT, AUOST 14, 1015- aJSiMM iigaMJf B I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I i H This wny for the. very best In Job M Piloting. Cnll SG 20tf. S E. J. Clnyson made n business trip m to Snlt I.nke City Monday. Miss Normn Pederson In hero visit- sa lng nl the liome of C. M. Hock, Sr. MS , Wo pay cnBh for Wheat eel our rag price before soiling. Chlpmnu Merc. Co. Mm. C. L. .Toy of Salt Lake, spent jS tlio first of the. week here with her iM mother, Mm. Nancy Forhevi. pp Miss Ueulali Itoblnson of Lehl, spent J Mondny In Amerlcnn Fork with gf- friends. H Wm Gardner of Salt Lake. City Is l&j hero visiting with his pnreuts, Dlshop MB nnd Mrs. J. T. Qardncr. Wa Mr. and Mrs, Marlon Robinson were 8 In Murray Monday, visiting with Mrs ffj Robinson's folks. bQ Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Vnrney werre I 69 Olmstcad Sunday visiting with M KB and 'Mrs, Claud Condor. KB Mm. George Myers of I'rovo, la here H this week tlio KUest of Mr. and Mrs H J...

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. — 21 August 1915

mffltOg-Ark Citizen "Ilj AMERICAN FOIIK CITIZEN, tthWv, AtoTTt ' Bl . . W ""isi .1, loin NUMBER ID I i K3 Being Re-installed y Le Company and Users r !K jiake Concessions and 'Bpifferenccs Are Amic- m Settled. 'elfphono users held a meeting Vcitr Hall Monday ovciiIiir nnd BjMlmously to ncccpt the com K offered by tho Mountain Btelepl'0"0 nntl TclcKrnl)h co,n The letter from district tnnn- H H. DcNIkc offering to restore P B'rce service between tho f Hs" f jxM' Amor,cnn Fork ' ",Rea.int Grove, to restoro tho arty rntcs where tho subscrlb Jrcandwlll nrrnngo for n four icrrlce nnd to rnlso tho busl '(d' rates CO cents per month, KaJ, and a motion to ncccpt the ne K,;'s offer wns ndoptcd unnnl- ' 'closes. In n most satisfactory 'OS. Br to all parties, tho tolophono nst nth all Interested satisfied. Tho jrcnow ordering their phones .ii'Bn at such n rate thnt tho com- us bad to send nn extra man ill fleM to ln'lp reinstall them. Trait lias been employed (o sc- ilgnatures to new contracts,...

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. — 21 August 1915

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, sATURDAYU"" . "B - ' - ggrKjnAW . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN M ." A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT ' PUHLICATtON , t , i't SI'IIMCIMI'TION H n Ono Year $1.50 ,. Klx Months DOn am Entered iih Second-Class Mutter at H Post Onico nt American fork. Utah. H ' Office Corner Mntn anil Center St., Hi l'lioni) 85. ffl V; H, W. Hobs Editor H L. W. Oalsford Manager 1 Provo Paper Prints B - Coward's Communication B Ilccontly tli 1 h paper received n H coinmunlcntlon from I'rovo itttauklii; B CommlRBlonor Jiiiiich 11. Oardnor and m by Innuendo assailing several others, uM though In all his ravings ho did not m squarely make any direct charges.. In BB a way It upheld this paper for lighting HB for the square deal, and then would HB follow another iiontoneo assailing us HB for Insisting on an economical use ol BH thn people's taxes. The man who wrote HH It signed himself "A Spectator From Km Provo." He, however, wns to eoword- HK )' to sign his tlrado with his own BB name, and even tore...

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. — 21 August 1915

' Af . JIr, 7oim Bejg spent tho B art of the cck In Snlt Lnke JHlitlrcs. I H Parley Smot nnd family of ftflLnt Sunday hero with her rMiri. Earl Vnrnoy. zoli Roberts of Provo, spent .M-ln American Fork, guest of jfcHlr ffoOttOll J 'fli-inard Julia" nnd Miss Joaie Vjj erc Provo visitors Tues. 1.1, ntclo daughter took up her NK thft home of Mr. nnd Mrs. jjKntchlson last Saturday. H it, Kelly made n trip to Heb Hjeiday to attend n meeting ot i Kanty physicians. ' Hymn Thonipbon lmd tho nils H (o scald her foot bndly the Hthccck mm Is mill unnblo to Hund very comfortably. Hud Mrs. Jack Burger hnvo ro. to their homo In Mldwny nfter here v. itli Mrs. Burgncr's ols. Hi John Berg. Ld Mrs. Stevo Woods returned I Kj from a three weeks' stay In L Hiho, with their dnughtor, Mrs. t WE Herbert I H Mabel Taj lor, n mirso in tho ttBuicrnl hospltnl, Is hero spend flMracatlon with her parents, Mr. Bs J. D. Tio lor. Mac Card of Provo, spent I BIt and Wednesday hero at tho Hw her grandmother, Mrs. Hosn ...

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. — 21 August 1915

it Id ' mi AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, BATPKPAV, AUGUST 21, KllB. - -'"- - f I The Lehi Department I Water Hogs to I Be Shut Off I Those Pound Wasting City 1 Water Will Either Be Put I On' Meter Rates or Discon- I nected Altogether. i Tho regular bcrbIoh of tho City I Council wns hold Tuemlny uvcmIiik I with nil tho iiiomlioru prenent uxcppt Cotmollmen Hopkins niul Wing. Tlio I wntnr problem tibsorbrd most of th' time. It iippi-ura thnt many arc using tho "water from the city nuilna con trary to rules. Some arc using It for ' IrrlgntltiK their gardens and placo a quilt over tho end of the hoso to dls- gulsn tin ninulng, Instructions won1 I Issund to tin- Ruperlntcndcnt to search diligently for thesn wr.ter lioga and t to either put them on a meJer or to I shut them off entirely. I A dozen or fifteen families, uclgh- I bora of John Wood, have been linking I .for months to, have tho mains extend- I 1 to their homes. It was voted to I tap the main llrm near J. C. I-ovo'h homo find to connec...

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. — 21 August 1915

iflHflJ H ?! rMTflxcursions East 'flirt. Salt 1-ako Ko"'c , 'tickets with long limits ffl u8t4-n-18-2G nt rates ns BfI. American Fork to Dcn- TkSsAln Salt Lake llonta. rBf t,cK 7-st ijlKuSSifiS 'dtheirpowbrs, 'KfFBCT THE CURB; BllS LEAD YOU H WENEEDYDU, ysv ftvnilNBSDUS,SURB. n. I. JIKHKIIIKV, Druggist hi. - - "TA" I Baggage Transfer Automobile for lliro ohnson & Sons Livery and Feed Stables Tclopliouc 15-AV-l lniu .Si. lii-lii, Utah "llred's Variety el Store I I FOR GROCERIES '" (, Choice, Complete, Up date .Stock, ami Prices Ken ulile. Our Oilier Slock Al I Increased. HlRED'S YAH finy STOKE Main Street, Lehl. imbing Heating Eilhuutcs Furnished Free JsiTI'LIKS OF ALL KINDS HJl am now located In I.ciu 011a epared to do all kinds of plumb- I flk or to Install stcara or hot ' '" heating plants. I M. S. LOTT lEHl. -- UTAH 1 lining and Repairing I Everything First Class COIlltl'UATED GALYANIZED Vuttcrliig, Smokestacks, H lloiiflng, etc. BDEKS ril.l.i: l'EOMPTL -I'KICES HUASONAIILE M...

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. — 21 August 1915

W I ''bm II AMERICAN FOUR CITIZEN- flATl'ItPAV, AUOU8T 21, 1M6, r -- a SaassJ I LEHI LOCALS H Miss l-cltler of i'rovo 1h a guest of H the home, of .Mrs. I.ott A. UilHson. H V. W. Houthworth of Suit l.nko, A spent Wednesday hero looking nfliT HJ Ills 1 .I'll I llllHlnOHH. H Mrs. 1). J. Cialnronl of Salt l.ukc Kg City, Is a guest ul tlio homo of her H sister, Mrs, ChnrlcH Deck, of tills city B Tho families of Chorion Oliiun, John B Woodhouso rind Rachel Anilct'HOU aru H camped for week on the lnke shore. B George I. null) cimin In from thu res- H orvutlon this week to spend ten dnys H with lils wife. Ho may go to Wyoming Bj to 11 li. on a homestead. B City Marshal J S Evans ond Ell Bj Bachelor nnd their families are Bj camped for the week at Soitthwlck's Bj Ill'IICll Oil I'llllt l.IlkO. BJ Mrs. Siihiiii Atlwood and daughtci WM of Pleasant Grove, we.ro visitors at BJ tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Alio May- BJ berry the first linlf of this week. BJ Mrs. Aichlbnld (lardnor, Ruben BJ nnd Delil...

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. — 21 August 1915

Mggg- - ' JJ - AMERICAN PORK CITIZEN, 6ATftffltAV, ADQQST 2i, l915 If pleasant Grove Department Epianted I Timpanoogas Orov7"ProPosos to .(, city Official Head , for Future Climbing Hions. tout your field glasses to H,r jee "OM Olory" floating Kgtr-flTc foot mnst o tlio llt. Timpanoogas. It was e bT "1C citizens of Plcn Knj serves ns notlco to tho thls famous mountain be li clt nntl tlint now ami Hre 0 will ndvcrtlBO Mt. E, m ono of "10 nsscts of Hi the ring polo will bo n K reading "Established by E, o( Plensnut Grove." K for purchasing tho flag Knd tho cost of putting It Balled by popular suhscrlp Hoountcd to $24. Tho flng of gnltonUed Iron 3 by C tlngs " n HUlu'1 froln nn ftet deep In tho solid rock Ed securely ulth cement. Ktirts out with a two Inch gradually reduced by five t Inch nt tho top, to whloh Mngion a swivel so that It m to the dlicctlon of tho Hordinnry flng would bo B pieces In "I hours with m gales that blow up there Brfthat n sheep herder onco Hit behind a rock for...

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. — 21 August 1915

I Li I Eg . AMERICAN FORK 01 At SATURDAY, AU0U9T 21, 1915. J Kg AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Iran o . IjW This wny for tlin very best In Job I'W Pi inline. Call S5 20tf. Wfta Some glrlB dnnce well but arc nbso- fift Into failures ns cooks. I Wb Mrs. Ada Wilcox and daughter, Mao. I Si left Saturday for a two weeks' stay In I Ij DrlgRB and Sugar City, Idaho. I H Mrs. Clarcnco Heck of Salt l.ako, I B spent the first of the week hero with I B Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Deck and family. I am Mrs. T, II. Robinson returned Sun- I H ,ny f.TOm n ,wo weeks' stay In Salt I H Lake. B Miss Hnttle Walker of I'rovo, Is hero, 8 spending a few days with her parcntH HH Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker. H Mrs. Mary Wagstaff and daughter, Bl Haze.), of I'rovo, are here visiting with B Mr. and Mrs. David WagstnfT. B Mrs. W, C. Hanson and children left H Monday for a week's visit with rela Hi HI Jay Wootton and James Spry of Hi Salt Lake, spent Saturday ami Sunday 1 In American Fork canyon. Hi Mrs. 1)111 Dorton ...

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. — 28 August 1915

K S TiBBBBBBBBBJ " " vBc'SBBBl I ' ?PJbbbW' V16H I BBK c all? fflgflgan Mork Citizen 1 lACIFIC LEASERS HAVE I CUT BIG FISSURE1 I. Thousand Foot Tunnel Outs Five Feet of Milliner ore Means Much to Canyon Has Tynj? Another Bo I nanzu Strike Made In Old Millet Mine I Monday. Irobabb' tlio moot ac'ccptnblo iiowb tbaJ come from American Fork Iron for years wns tho report this W that rctcr Miller hod cut the big Eire In the tloc p tuunol on tho ra ft mine. Tho vein lo nt least live twlilo of good milling ore, with Ecbes of shipping oro m,xed n11 ouch It. Jnmcs Chlpmnn, Jr., ami Err Johnson visited the, proporty E report seeing the glistening gnl K exposed In various parts ot tho Ealsc In pleasing contrast to tho Land feet of dull gray iiunrlzltc Eotigh which the, tunnel was driven. Er. Miller, over tho telophono ox Esscs pleasure with the cluirnctcr E ilic of Hie vein and says that Ek '" IloW he started nt once on E upraise to connect with tho up E'orklngs for air. As soon iih this Encctl...

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. — 28 August 1915

bbbH ''. 'i v BBS '' ?. I) AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURP 'flttflT 28, IM. ' ' -JaajSiJ iamiirican fork citizen a progressive independent pu11lication sijiiscimption Ono Year $i,r,n Six Moiitlin , 90c Enteral MB Second-Class Mnttcr at Post Omco nt American Fork. Iltnli. Office Corner" .Hnln and Center ML, i . l'lioiie 8.i. ' a. W. Rosa Kdltor f,-n I,. W. niitHffirt) Manager " Stake Fair Sept. 23-25 Tho Stuko M. I. A. under the leader ship or Junius llonkn nnd Mrs. J. L. atookoy nro making preparations for ! another fair that will ccllpso tho ono ? glvon Inst year. It will ho held Sept., 4 23-24-26. Many premiums and prizes J. will I),. given nnd tho exhibits will In. 1 oludo cnjry phase of llfo In this dls- ; trlct. Amung thu prizes Is $10 for the pi '' Ward which hns thu greatest number g- of Individual exhibitors. ., All kinds of ladles work f'- I will ho shown, tho ngrlcult- fr" urnl ami horticultural Interestti L will bit on display and the T4 Ueo Hive gins and boys clubs will bo...

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. — 28 August 1915

jjIOAN FORK LOCALS Alice Campbell left Monday vo weeks' Btny In Snlt Lako. .. rliuslcst footwear "Made In ISr-SoM Ity us-Chlpman'o. fucst Win" I"'8 purchased a new d (ourtng cm- i, and M". ltced Umdncr spent r In 1'rovo Canyon. ,. and Mrs. S 1- Chlpninn woro i UXe vlsltora Tuesday. r Amos Wiigstnff lias purchnBcd sw'DodRO can Lcltay Tlioino wiib vIbHIiii; her EDts, Mr. d MrB- Chnrli-n Logic, sday. i,i Fiorcnco Stewart of Pleasant spent the week lioro visiting i Miss Arvllhi ChrlBtonaon. iM violet Lnurscn loft Tuesday i ten days' visit with her brother, i uursen and wife, In Salt Lake. rl J I,. Diniklcy and clTlldrrji are In'gln Salt Lake with Mr, and Mr. cj II. Dunkley. rj D H. Hey wood entertained tho lei' Aid at U'o nmnao Thursday nf- oon. ri H W. Sanderson of Knlrvlcw, ere visiting with her ulster, Mrs I Robinson. n Emmctt IngorBnll and two rcn of Garfield, arc hero visiting her mother, Mrs. K. II. Hcnrold. M. Walker and Karl Holmateud the middle of tho wcok for n ton fishing tri...

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. — 28 August 1915

i- ! Wm 'AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATU"""'- aQUST 2' 191S" - ' - I The Lehi DepartmeJ i City Election Approaches I Kg In nbout two monUiB, or to bo exact H In on November 2ut l.ehl will liuve i H Wm municipal election whon u full set of I HH city offlclnlH will bo chorwi. Tlu H Wb cltlzotiB an; beginning to t 111 It nbo H mB camlldntoH and offlcrn, but bo far few B Ian names nro liclnj; mentioned. Mayoi MjPlB Ourney when questioned, sonorously wffM suggested Hint "good things, llko Hi $; office of Mnyor, should bo pnssci K,!i n round." Soma of his friends sny th- UmI tlio Mnyor mny bo Induced to chtin BJKtfH his mind when tho timet for ohooslnr !BSiS . cnndldntes nrrlves. Others sny that I Hull enso the Mayor persists in passing I1 BRJhL nround, thcro Is plenty of nvnllnblo inn- HBfly tcrlnl both among tho present ell HnM councilman nnd outsldn of them. Soiw Ef suggest Hint tho pcoplo could do worsr HBn than meet and renomlnnto all tlu BBV prrsont officials, though ltecordr HBb Fyffo ...

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. — 28 August 1915

T" "- "" lb - I. ,kTo WHICHTHEFLESH IS HEIR KjuuCSARECOfUirVOOCARE Kj BfiWG PRESCRIPTIONS TO US HCRf, KouUnNO OUR PRICK ARE NOTDEAR Urorglst leiii, - UTAH TilTS AUTO SERVICE Hurisrrngcr nml Express Echrccn ill and CEDAR FORT, FAIR. HELD and TOl'LIFF. Hlng Out leaves uhl-8:30 n. m. H Cedar Fort 0:4!i a. in. Falrficltl 10:15 n. m. H Returning Leaves Topllff 12:30 l m. Fairfield 1:30 )). in. Cedar Fork 2:00 p. in. DfD for engagement for iirlrate Krtlts from any of these (owns af. nitons or evenings. Herrlcc- quirk, Kip ami afc-Wm. (Jam, Mgr. I Baggage Transfer I Automobile for Hire Bjohnson&Sons I Livery and Feed Stables I Telephone 15-V-1 Main St. Lohi, Utah Ulred's Variety I Store I MR GROCERIES I Jieir, Choice, Complete, Up Bti'dtte Stock, and Prices Res JwnaMc. Our Other Stock Al Bh Increased. IlLLBED'S VARIETY STORE Main Street, Lchl. limbing--- Heating EitlmattH Furnished Free I Sll'l'I.IES OF 'ALL KINDS 1 am now located In Lohl and flrtptred to do all kinds of plumb Bl ur to...

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. — 28 August 1915

I'; - AMERICAN FORK 01T1ZRN. SATURDAY, AUOUST 28, 131 . 5J m LEHI LOCALS B Miss Ulanche. Pock In enjoying a Btf tpfi-dny visit with frlomlH In Mldvnle. 'mm Mr. and Mrs. John Woodhouso wcro HH Salt Lake, City visitors Tuesday. HH I'fRt Sntnfdnjj evening the Smuln Wxi orchestra filled n successful engager I'M ment at 6phlr. mS Mrs. George Onrff returned Sundny B from a week's visit with Spanish Pork Ml relatives. l A llttlo daughter arrived Friday ol El last week nt tho homn of Mr. and Mr? pj IotA, Russon. fm Mrs. Charles Crabb has as her M& guest this week Mrs. Edward Steel of WjR Salt'Lake ICty, Wm Mies Alice Taylor returned Monday ffi& from a three week's trip In Cnllfor- Bh nla-- IK Mrs. Annie K. Sorcnson hud as her 9M guest this week, Mr. A. Crawford, i HM Evanston, Wyoming. BI Opnald Beck, of Eureka, returned BJB to tils home Tuesday after a month'? HR vlfi(fwlth Lehi relatives. HH HJ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rtisson return- HJ ed Sunday from a trip to Calirornln HJ made by m...

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. — 28 August 1915

BBBBBBBBBBwbmbhbbhbBBBBBBBBBBBJBJBjBBBBBBBBHBbBBBBB 'BBBBJ li fcMj! $ MI J? I tamzarv ambriqan pouk pitmen. Saturday, avai'St js i&ib fflESMi Pleasant Grove Department 1 i J. Kirk j Lis Sudden Death1 BrT Smnj -Mnny Attend F Fnnerul. olt of Wcasant drove wcro Efced nt the suddon denth BT" j fjirk at his homo last E,t 6 o'clock. On Thursday Hot fridids, ho helped cole-' iltc'e birthday nt Gonovn cnrlE a bath with the Hhursday forenoon he did n Kays' work, but nt dinner H of some pain In his atom BE. a, tbo pain became moro Pjtook some common sodn thinking tlint his trouble ioon after however ho grow Hne and complained ot his H breathe. A doctor wns Kt before his arrival he hnd irould liao brcn 45 yenrs Bttrnbcr 2G. Ho has been H the sheep Industry for Mccently Bold out his sheci ft be more nt home. I Hifc and nlno children the ft whom Is but one, yenr ol Hot the children nrc Bfthrcc ot whom nro attend. He school In Ogdcn, whlcl Hftasc moro lamentable. HfttTlces were held In ftd ho...

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. — 28 August 1915

i 1 H i '"I I H AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN", flATUItDAY, AOl'ST 28, U ' , . ""mmm TW H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I m o j H Swi'l tlio ilyl Hj Willi, PAY lilphrxt cash prion for H wheat. Sec K. C (filer. 28.tf H Mrs." Sylvia drey of Logan, Rpciil H the week here, guest of Minn Sarah UM Tlio regular inonllily eonncll nicet- m IriK will bo hold this (Saturday) even- M A srt nt dlMics for less Hum fnclorj UM price. Rend ad In nimllicr part of B tliN paper. ' HHi H Mrs. Clifford Strong of Snlt I-aho 1b H here vIrIHiik with her iinronlB, Mr UM nnd Mrn. .Joseph Miller. H MIhs Vera ChlldB has roturtirt to H her homo In Sprlngvlllo nftcr n fev H days vlnlt with Miss Mate Parker. B Mrn Olnf Holmstcnd, Jr., of I.eh! H spent Monday hero visiting with Mr, H and Mrs. Karl Holmstcnd. M Tho Misses I.oIb Smith, Kdlth Huck- H waller nnd Fan Chlpuinn, Bpent Sun- H day in SprliiKVllle. 1 Mrn. J. A. Wright of IJIiiKhnui, Is Urn t here vlslllng with her mother, Mrn H Stnvo Shelly nnd sister, Mrs. J. ...

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. — 4 September 1915

lAmericaniork Citizen 1 X ' " TOAwi!lT-BMIlKlTr TT Mil Mate Board of Health J Report On American Fork here arc a Few Bright Spots in tho Report and Many Dark ones-Points Out the Way to Remedy the Evils Com fl plained of. BaTbe report or tho ndjudlcntor In tho "4lcan Town" contest for tho Btato B Utah, la Riven below. TIicbo gontlo Li were hero 11 Tow weeks ngo ami Hjdc a UioioiiBli investigation. Wc ruhllah tliclr roport In full, be ering that (ill citizens arc entitled Smami should know the conditions Mint Klst here, Tho truth mny hurt, but Kc publicity of such conditions, In Bm,r opinion, will do mora good than Krm; it iioliils out tho wny to remedy c.'c conditions and nil should help ftio. Tho report follows: "Thc domestic water supply of this Bfltr la taken from two rlows of water Bshich ttflto secured east of tho city by Bftrlng Into two small hills, a few feel Km tho surf.ico of tho ground. Whore, e witter comes from Is u mutter that Bflould be worth determining. The omul all ...

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. — 4 September 1915

BBB9f "" t-- -- BBBTf v it I H ' I B i I lrT AMERICAN FOnK CITIZEN, SASP' PKPTKMftn 4' 1M ' i I H i - i - i i I"! Teachers Annual Institute H ' J Following Ih the program for Teneh- Vj ' ! el's Annual Insllliilc, or (he A Ij)I ti" H ;J district, to In- licit) ill AiiHirlcim Fork H' "' High School building. Sept, 7-5-'J- H, ii:.i:it.u, sessions BJ TiipmIii), September Ttli, T"ii uVliick. BJ ., m mi i itoii fun. '? 2 Music. V !l Ailiiitallon oT Rural Schools In V' "eeds or Community Life- Mnnry B.f Peterson, Principal Jo n) mi High flj -- School H " 1 Hrluglug Hie Schools to tin- People of the C'oiiuiiimlly Mlllou Heiinlon, BL j , Di'iui of Education, U. of I'. U" ; J Yeilne.iliij, September Silt, Miic ; o'rliicli ii. in. ;r 1 Music B j , 2 Consolidation of .School Recent Hi; , Developments iiml Knturo PosBlblll- B l t'Ji'H omiii Ityini, Superintendent B ' '" r Jordan District Schools. it - !i -Tin- Hoy, tin- Hook, tin? Mnti- Dr 0. II. Ilrlmlmll, President II. Y. P. jj ' I -Problems o...

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