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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 September 1915

. A. FAIR-STAKE Pleasant Commence I Big Enrollment Crowded With ii Miu-lr-i,, cent Attendance. iln every building In tho Lnced their Benson's ST under auspices tlint "lost successful yenr In "There have been scvcrnl iuentol to consolidation. Tm general supervisor, being done by tho ills ffldent Mcr will Ucvotu lils un tie prlnclpnlshlp of tho which starts with nil cn ktbelnrsoHt for tho bo ar school year. 11 will wh 1"0- Innovations ill ho a course In art by Hirtey nnd n courso In , br Miss Klllo Wurnlck. d and nfty.elBlit regie t Central building, over r Larson Is principal, and Ided down doing effcctlvo titt Is prlwlpiil over tho whero 205 students Ttli number Is Incrcas- tit Is principal or tho ol, where he registered 7G sf harmony exists between , Md the pupils. The preparing to effect tho Jutions, and next week tool teachers will enter e of the grade Instructors. TCHXAX APPOINTED hi session or the City U TU'edncsdfiy afternoon, Ion of Nat Tierce ns nlght iti read and accepted. ...

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. — 18 September 1915

I I I 'i ' I '1 AMERICAN Vitt. flATTODAY. SCI w r- -" ' J jk : " f ; i AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS ML. 1 ! n H i i I. J MrH. Clinrllo Hobhisoii of I.ehl, njent Jj Mnmlny liero vIsIHiik with rolntlvcB. tt Allit- IIiirIcim l"f( Monilny to Hpond f ! the whiter ill Hnlt l.nkn, & Tastes rnny differ, but good tnnto 1 Is nlwiiya itifirUoit n our pictures, 18U ji( ii K. ' Mn mill Mrs. .), K. IIitk Iiiivo re ft, A hmiril from n vlnlt with relntlvea III S I'nrk City nnil Mlilwiiy. 9h , MIhh lllmicli Cniiuliill hp..nt Monday $ i' In I'rovo. ,J $L i. Minn KlHle IVleiHOii of Halt Lake, "' here vlRltliiK with MrH, Iteeil Hob s',, V lllHOII, M , V Mr. nnil ilrH. N. K. DnrlliiK of I ."hi i , V, Hpenl Monday In Aiiicrlonii Koik with m 'k i heli iIiiiikIiI'T, Mr. J. I. Crookston. !p) "$J JoHi-iih S. Soiirlo wi.-it to I'uyaon i Jtj Monday to niteiul the funenil of hla L i; ulster. ft .f 9 A Mrs. C. D. Hnllldiiy is spending o ft' ton" ilnyB' visit with Mm. Orson MIhc. .' ' nor In Lokiui. Jji...

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. — 25 September 1915

Americ KulL Lester Oakey I Burned By Gasoline li, to Slnrl Kitchen Fire Ex. pL.lon Follow h Immediately I,, nomaiitllp Oakey, wife of Lcb MwLm of Alpine, wns Bovcrely . j Vy the explosion of gasoline H , ihe attempted to ubo It In start. Hire In the kitchen stovo Monday V' ncr husband came to her Ecte Immediately and was hlm Jterely burned on tho nrms and Hi The woman's screams caused wlfthbors to como to her nsslB K Her clothing above the waist Vii nearly all burned off her ne burns being particularly K. on her right hand, nrm nnd Her face wbb burned frlght BiDd'all the hair from the right 'of her head was singed to the H, The burns were principally of K degree nature, though many of B were deeper ones. Kit of the syinpathotlc, though Hided neighbors, covered tho poor Hu vith a flour pnsto and another Mired a bottlo of ox gall over her The doctor, wio arrived soon lays that a mixture of lime isd olive oil should have been Boat two o'clock Mrs. Oakey camo let dinner. The lire was lo...

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. — 25 September 1915

IPw s " ' HI I BH AMrmnAM FORK CITIZEN'. SATURDAY. flEPTEMnER 25. 1915. B Stake Fair Is II a Great Exhibit ,1 "Smaller Than the State Pair, but Better" KjBj Tho Allilno Stake M. 1. A. Fnlr In GB IMng up to Uh slogan, "Smaller TI11111 flS Hid Sluto Fair, but Hotter." Some, jiur- 6 19 "L's WM0 llaV1' "Ht ro,llrill'(l from thn P ,'Jjjj Hum Francisco oxiiudiiiou, nml after if 9 MsltliiK thu M. I. A. Milr on Uh open- H ffl itiK nlKht, decliiro that thu fruit ox. i I'm ,lll,lt WIIH hotter both in ruiantlty nm! Fi ftJV iiuallty limn I'tnh's fruit exhibit In 1 '!wi Hon Francisco, E 'ifll I'rob.ibly Iho chief roaturo in tb jH tair Ih the lailloH' exhibit, which Is l !Ptfl far tho most extensive ever shown I. 49H tlllfl COI.-..I.V. iho (liuillty Ih also ex- SfBB ccjiuiit mm qunl to Hint ustinllj jptaH shown in tin) statu fnlr. Thu lieu Hlvi EbIsB K'r'M '"lV,) "lu cll,L'f '""Plays; nearl) 8RS ovory Bwarm In tho Stake having at SbBsJ oxhlblt; tbo swarms or each ward be, BjjGj lUK .giouped toget...

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. — 25 September 1915

I ar5 EoiN FORK LOCALS fc'eTcpn spent Wcdncs- HKffoVtr. " ., ,IitfRoscll of Salt Lake Is SSrtwh ber mother! Mrs- WilSliinteen left this; week for Pjjeroeho will leach school. Kfrihen'Cf Provo, maden bust. Hkfti Ataerlcan Fork Thursday'. ;Wl ChrUtensen and daugh WTtSfilii provo visitors Thurs- 2.1a :" . ilii Coats for Men and. Boys. Sn trel rlBht. Peopled vCo-op, TJ' V ' 25-1 1 pffirTJulla Webb. BllleiSrt of BaU.,j!?,fpfflJ rfcn?-iwkhcro vlclUnr; with M. tmiui of Payson Is here for jjffffig wltti this eonAW. D. ritferd E. Young was tho mem Sin thn Fourth Word last ' iL'twi Children's Coats-iStylM "mi iriiT-' '" yu aro looking KSvi Co-bp. Lehl. . 25-11 ' if Cblpman and daughter mJt.Hn. 8. H. Chlpmatf left HZr'for Provo. Mrs. 8. H, Chlp WKm .wllPattend tho B.Y. U. J&JhesTciti or Salt Lake 'spent .M 8undny hero visiting rt jtoaft," Mr. and Mrs. J3. N. BfiSnSIfy leaves tr:' ' j( fcjyitihand Mrs. 1 ' l. JiVrffitbciayson aaB tic WkfWliter. .. - mWMWX '? it fBjJte'Hrxrcturnoa,TjicRday H...

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. — 25 September 1915

BBi I i BBj YJ B AMERICAN FORK CITITM ATtmDAV, flBPTBnrn 1915. " I the Lehf Department J I Big Irrigation Pumps Close For Season ('uiipnnj lliiglnecrs Itiimilng I, cuds for ii u'w Omul nl ii Lower TIip big Irrigation pumps of Iho I'luli l.nkc Irrigation Company closed Saturday for (lie season after being in operation hIiico April 1Mb, a period of live moullis. During the maximum season, bopiiI second foot, or nboui lweiity-llc Irrigation streams wort being pumped nl onn 1 1 mo. 'I'lio form trs have imcil nil the wiiy from one to three acre feet, the iiinoutit de pending on tin- crop Krown. Two acr feet lr p i.lly a flr average Tin total i t use hnH not yet been llgnrci up, lint will likely In; less tlinn two him ill imI dollars per mitci foot, u little less (him I nut Benson. The early aprim rains rooted tint runners so that I. some liiHtnnrcB thulr rrops suffered heforo they commenced tin spring Ir rigation, otherwise tho results thlH your arc generally satisfactory. The Knudson Il...

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. — 25 September 1915

fefi KNOWN A BryDUCANPKONBH Eanydrugs desired ;' ffDtfORNIGHT cfC fllHASTEN FLIGHT .' KifygEgr THE SICK ORTgm I jujTmkhiuhew, H Druggist HniL UTAH KBaggage Transfer Automobilo for Hire Khngon & Sons Livery and Feed Stables I Telephone 15-W-l jn St. Lchi, Utah red's Variety Store TOR GKOl'EJUES Jti, Choice, Complete, Ity- )WUi Sloel, and Prices Kc. Kit, Onr Other Stock Al. termed. BUB'S YAltlKTV STOKE ;Ht Mi Street, Leal. Bnbing Heating Hifattet furnished Free RrrUKS OF ALL KINDS Hi bow located In Lent rad Hrri to do all kinds of piumD- lt to loitall steam or Hot l'HiMUni plants. , sTlott k. UTAH 11 aiJ Rjpaifioi pirt First Glass 'SBhwed galvanized VMHitf, Smokestacks, WW . Ub cc 5:B FILLED PROMl'TLl rfCtS SEASONABLE .WSTAL OH CALL ON rl Gunther m LEHI auto mwor Hire . m 'jjjl make auto trips .W!! Parties, plea iHW,Wties or business Jpty. Prices rea- m0K.OLMSTEAD ltt W-werurban Depot mLehi llW. K offer ig8 AUTO SERVICE ' !$' "d ePm Between ri,liBSn ' " mn' FA, ' " T1'MFF. " Learc...

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. — 25 September 1915

f 1 I; ';, . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, TUHMgjSS'gSL&g - I S f - fk LEHI LOCALS Bft r! Alm Karl laid off work threo days fgftffij thlB.wcok with la grippe. j Fall Mlllltiory Trimmed mid Un- Kf ft? ti lin'med-See I'ooplo'n Co-op. 25-lt (En I A Imliy liny in ili, oil nt tlio homo of m I k Mr, ami Mrs. C. K Wmle ThiirHilay. Br ' fjjj .Mm. Anglo Wnriilck presented Iipj BE JR husband with n Imliy hoy WedneHihi) flP ' M II. C. Ilntbioolc, of lloiiiiliful Is visit, j r jffiS Iiir his tit oilier, Dr. Ilolbrook. Bj i :? MrH. William l'rlco who wiih III law B f, 'H week Ih recovering. Mr i 14 ; S I ! KM H' rjfW Wit ran Hit It )on In anything you B f-K waul In tho Cap line. IoojiWa Cn.o. III1! A mlnnr operation waH performi'd K y m MoiHlny on Dm Imliy or Mr. mid Mrt Rf! 11 Aaron Allred, Kflj MrH. A J.''KJ;lly of Miss. Idaho I MM BJ thn guest of hor.Mlnfi'r, Mm. F.phrnli. HR H (lounii. BhSg .MrH Blanch 'I'd ! of Tooclo Ih vIkII BHilKi lng with Imr parents, Mr. and Mr 'E John H. WIIIoh. BBbBI Mr...

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. — 25 September 1915

u. - -- t ,1,1 ' IfcifflEs'auiil Pleasant Grove Department I Transacts liline, Business Hwncll lie'11 a rcfiulnr bcs Krcning l1 transacted business. Irving John HhaTlnguscdupthofuridn irado tlio ctrect run- KA clt 1,,n l,8' en authority to complete Lr Company wob nuth Kill a g8ollll ln,lk " Irrar ct nl asked for n Ktled on the Stnto Road K, The committee will Bml act Kaikcd for si light on Klrd South Street, which B auditor reported Unit Kot assessment 1329.08 4 from tho special state Ht)9(1.0S from the gon Hi jess the usunl rclmte Kici. Tho mayor was Hjmtitlgate "IC remitted lilt year seem to be un- B Olfln reported thnt Bet on the sldowulk us l agreed to pay "p. Up Btae committees incntln roment ottlclnls on Mt tat that no deflnlto nc 3fdon, Bensen was cnniloyed to inter of Orovo Creek we allowed. BhIod of the council was B to discuss paving. Ao w far advanced It was Kpone any paving this the grade lines nnd Hlrtnte parties to povc IB A resolution was nl Bb; the wgo scale on Jk it...

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. — 25 September 1915

H I H I AMERICA FOniC -oWaATOMIAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1915, j J i AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS . , H ' Mls Lu Hromlcy wns ti Salt Lnko B 'i visitor Saturday. ' ' ICIicii mill A.vl IllooiiHiulst mmlu n ' l)tmli"MH trip lo Suit l.iik Monday, H '' i Dr. uml Mth, H. W. Knighton spent H Mondny In Salt Lnko. H , Milieu Tnylor of I'rovo spout Siui- .. day In Amcrlcnn' Fork. - ! J B ( j llonirc ncelc spent tlio forcpnrt of V J the week In Salt Lake. H , Hoed Pearson of Pnyson waa hero ' I Sundoy visiting with Miss Annie Slack. H,; J t W. C. Preston nml Nnthnu Uoblnson i i left thn foropnrt of the week for nn .. ' extended stay at tho herd. . yj MrH. Jnnios S. Crystal entertained (Monday iiflornooii In honor of her miii i D'-Ihi'Th' eighth" birthday j ,' , ' HtjftlliiK .Stoves- I hi- hitcMt luifiruTfil Mii: fiom ' no nnd up nt Chlpmnu's lllc, j ' H'd Sloio. 25-11 Vttfc ''' Jiimi'H llrown returned tho first or Ms -i ' t'lt' w,'c, from " ,w "on"'8 Htnynt HK A'- '''h hoep hr.rdi & ' Joek T...

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. — 2 October 1915

Arneric I i xii t. Mr Mine Promises I Some Big Things Ifrn An- NiirMiiB ' "l"-'" "te Ore I finite on 1t 1,1'w). I tick Joir:, one of tlio principal J bo on iiUBhliiR tho work of I amine tho Kalamazoo tunnel In tho ill Miller mint', cnmo down from the .own this v.i"k to secure pome Hi imJ to haul down a shipment or ore. nTore that constitutes -this 25-ton I Mrracnt w token from crosscHttliiB S the or, body, which is 30 foot Hcii!" So r,tr "o effort hns boon imido H'odritt on t'' ieln or to rulso or sink it. so 18 oxtcnt is yet unknown. Hvir Jones is confident thnt the oro Lie which was oiicountored 175 feet mi 'the face of the Hock tunnel, 1b Hie Mme chute thnt ho Is confident K cncountwlns when tho Knliunnzoo H cleaned out -120 foct from Ita portal. H Den Pearson, who is olio or tho men HiorWng In reopeuliiK tho tunnel nnd Hi ilw interested In tlui lease, ninln flulnsthat m tin end or tho Knltimitzoo Macctl, which wns run In tho early Hdaii there Is n feu foot lcdiw or nl Kost folhl...

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. — 2 October 1915

H I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, OCTODER 2, 191B ; JlJ - TJ M m, Fair Awards lrj Many Prizes B ' Minion, l.ehl Second Ward and Plea. m 'mil (tniw NiTinnl Hard VI In Three H lllggcl Prlc. H 'the Judges luiil no little Job In do- m elding t ho iiiniiy winners who coin- H poled In tho Stako M. I. A. Enlr.t which B closed Saturduy night. I.IikIoii Ward M was awarded (ho $10 prlzo for having H -1 jcr cent or Its wnnl population ox- M I blbltlng; l.'lil Kli-Ht Ward won tho H second prize, with IT per cent cxhl- H tittltiKi nnil American Fork Second H Wnnl third with Ei prr cent of mem- bora making cxhlhltH. H i In tliu rat baby contest. Mrs. Harry ' ' Stewart of Mil won firm and Mrs. B I. A. Richardson of Pleasant Orovo Hj second. H 1 IiPtho pretty baby contest Mrs. Vcs- Ml ; ley Mcllrldu of American Pork won H llrst, Mrs. ThoinaH Hroadbent of Am H'j erlcnii 1 oik txcoml and Mrs. Ilyrum J. OIhoii ot Mil Junction third. In IIk.! perfect baby contest Mrs H Howard West of Lohl had the ni...

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. — 2 October 1915

KSrioan fork locals Wl, Mario Farthlngham or Lohl 1$ MS I" American Fork. uiri Annlo Hamnott opent Tuesday I fle test .llino'B worth-Orient. 2-lt circle Parker reglsterod at Die U. ft ji Tuesday. B .,, Reah Ilainnett of Alplno, spoilt WIS here visiting her slater, KjlSiu Hunter. f crce Hunter of Sflt Lake wan tlio Tof lila parents. Mr. and Mrs. o Hunter Sunday. I i.m Jensen and family of Provo, ft rd to American Fork Wednesday, K, pent the day visiting friends. Hurt Emma Chnso and daughter, Krl L vlsltea friends In Provo Tues- I Mr and Mrs. James Woodhouso of H.M iMDt Wednesday hore with Mrs. Kriiouse'a mother, Mrs. John Howe. Ir c llathlas of Salt Lake spent Kdneiday here, guest of Miss Mae mis. urt Robert KeHy and children of KUtm are hcita visiting at th Etl Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. HT11I Moylo came down from Logan ndar to visit with his family for a Ht days. lileisrs Alex and Francis Hcdqulst two made a business trip to this H; Tuesday. vou will do well If you buy your un Hrrear...

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. — 2 October 1915

IH'' H i H AMERICAN FORK ClT12BN'..flATtmPAY, OCTOBEnjM ,,,,.,.... sJj I The Lehi Department j I Great Smashup I On Rio Grande H I L'lnron Arc Injured mid l.onded Train M of ljiHNPiicrrc .Mlrnnilipiislj- llncupc IlClovcn people worn Injured Tuesday lit 12-fii; p, rn. when No .10 n westbound mm ' paHsongur (ruin, crashed head-end In- H to tho ciikIiio or local freight No. 92, H ii h It was HttctnptliiK to tnko n sld H truck In Jordan narrows, The jin b- H,, Hinder train wns truudliig nt the rnt H i of thirty mill's por hour, and tins Im H imcl was tin groat that when they ciiiik H to the sudden Hlop tho boilers of both H " engines were touching, an If neither B'i linil a pilot. One tender wan piled 01 jji '. the o.ibI.h. and the baggage car o H' the pascngor wiib Iylri ctohh wise, ot tho track nt right angles to the rent B." of Hi" cnr, Somo of the cnrH were 7 w ,,fl BlnmlliiB on the bridge over the H '', "?L river, and that they did not topple on H ' f 3J tho high trcHtlc In a myste...

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. — 2 October 1915

I Ml Y JPTi, ' r:::r;: ggICAN FORK ciTIZEK. SATimmv n ' M IN IjHEJAVAUTTlEWWllKW vsonHEBPRnnrAC, I utlWM COW HI A WIUKLE, I pROURCOLBCRJRH I ma faces BEAU I vifflBWLTHAnDWWIHAHJetfCE: I n. n. mkrrimkw, Druggist lijin, - - UTA weet Sixteen- THE MOST INTERESTING AOE BUT BACH YEAR MARKS .A ciiaNOB THAT SHOULD I HE RECORDED. I -WE DO IT. TJisen's Photo StucHo ', M Lehl Utah I Baggage Transfer I Automobile for Hiro I Johnson &Sons I Livery and Feed Stables I Telephone 15-W-l I Main SI. Lolii, Utah Allred's Variety I Store I FOR GROCERIES I Sew, Choice, Complete, Up Mitt Slock, niul Prices Rea ttuMf. Our Other Stock AI. h lifrfascd. iURED'S VARIETY STORE Malu Street, LekL umbing Heating Eitlaitei Furnished Fre I SlrTMES OF ALL K1ITOS Blim now located In Lent end HrrptrH to do all kinds of plumb- ' V? vr to Install steam or not ! r h'l,nB Plonl- 1 M. S. LOTT EHI. UTAH I AUTO I For Hire I will make auto trips for fishing parties, plea- rare parties or business parties to any part of ? c...

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. — 2 October 1915

BBBHjHEBVJBHs!5irw!i i vf jflBpH k 4" - Bh kLmShw BbI KM American' remit citizen', SATunocronnKjj -. - :::::::: Kllj LEHI LOCALS BJftdl A n w boy nrrltcd nt the home ol NBJa Mr. uiul Mm. Hon 0. l.ott Tuesdoy. I'lnKSt Yo" n" l'nI",MI' upon presrflplloiiH E'-'IeB; Illicit by I lie Adams Pharmacy, 2-l fflr'Jvji Be ?fi Mih Hurry Manning presented tic. IlniHliinul with n now bntiy girl 1qh J T. llarwood, u former Lehl boy, look several of Hid bout prizes In the nrt depnitment of tins Stnto Kolr. IM Cook's lltil.- girl, who underwent mi operation for appendicitis nt Hit Lehl hospital, was taken away ThurH tiny iniirli improved Joseph linker linn find another tit larks of his recent lllnesH, nui) wa.s awny fioin his duties iih Jmillor fu , wtcnil days (IiIh week, Arthur Klililiiun, agent (it trie, Orel dniol l.i (i.nylni; his (inn In u plmite, east, thu result of a sprain rcevei from handling' freight, l'cddlur'a tciun nud lights worl Ikiiwm f i -tit t . , Jir.o for On) Himi In ipilrc, s I...

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. — 2 October 1915

B 4-i tI s H I Pleasant Qrove Department nMor6 Weeks Before I Convention Day 'fltfti jfust Soon Prepare To Make .H; jlidr Ticket Abundance of HtifrM Avnllublc. In nominations of cnndldntcs for 'Uccrs must bo in the, City rc ,,,", offlco on or before fifteen dnys ! Kre election. Soma lawyers say H thU Jncana that Octobor ICtli Ib 'ltt dfttc' W,1,,H ot,lcrB 8ay lllc Htcn bo llletl us '"to as Monday, Hitb only two more wcckB to make 'tie ticket. Uiero ordlnnrly should Hgnch discussion of candidates. The Krtrr Is tho case. The reporter Hrlcvrcd many cltlzciiB regarding Hr preferences for men to fill the, Krai positions. Following Is n list H(n whom their frlfinils say would 'K, pod mayors ir they wcro given taacc: J, L- Harvey, tlio present Extent, I W. Lund, C. F. West HTj. n. Halllday, J. W. Thomo, Dr. Kct, A. B. Coopor, W. I,. Hayes, S Kftnson, H. I Clark, Nlols Fugal, H C. Nflson, B. I). Olpln, Herman Bene, J. H. Walker, F. 8. Humphries, KiHonson, J. F. Hanks, C. E. Hnrp Hnomas Lars...

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. — 2 October 1915

BBr 3 BBl " BBB 'm t AMERICAN' POnKClT129ATUnDAY.OCTOD, ",7. J MM I AMERICAN FOEK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I M i I BBB1 .1 . i H .Mr. Clifford K. Young niiule a bust- B ness trip to Snlt Lake Monday. Km Clyde I'urker wiih ii I'rovo visitor H Monday. PJBB W(. c:m noil you ii watch from $1.00 H i'l ttiil guarantee It!'. C. I., I .clil. 1 C. I.. Hurnettc spent Sunday In Salt 1 Mi. and Mrs. Arch Onrdner or Udil, MM vtm American Fork visitors Monday. H Mr 8. Itny Union of SpanlBh Fork, Mm . joined her husband hoio Saturduy. RW Mlsa Josephine I Icy wood attended HB tho fiiHlilon show nt Ogden Saturday. KM N. V.. WIIhoii of I'rovo, made a busl- H n i.'m, irlp lo Airii'rlciui Foik Tuesday BBj Sid Smith of Hull l.uko Hpi'iil Mon- Km day Ik'I on IjiihIiicsh. BB Mr, mill Mrs, Will Chlpmnu made i H trip io Hull l.nkc Hominy In their mito H Clyde Slci'li; or Halt Lake, spoilt B Saturday mid .Sunday here, the guest MM or IiIh grand-mother, Mrs, Alice Steele Mm A. A. Mall or I'leiiHmit Qtovu made BB n...

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. — 9 October 1915

Aglgflganjork Citizen 1 - AMUUCSN TOUR Cltm'sATl-RD.T. CKTOIIKU i, ml' ' " " "" .NUMHK.t ,0 M fl8 More Week To Select Candidates L Ire JIH"K A"J "nce A,lrt' U I" irslhnl H WHI llonCMoOi Inl-Olllcc .Mfkliiff The Mini" This fur. In one moru week nil nominations 1 .hces on the city tickets must bo lift ami filed Itl tl' City Itecord I As yrt t'10 sentiment has not liUlltcd I" 'u,r ot nny '1'nrtlculnr I Mates. Thi HopubllcntiB meet next E..y w th0 Democrats the night Ijlng. Hotli conventions promise, lie full, free and open. If tliero I, teen nny meetings of cliques, tho u has no' 'pl cam0 t0 thCl Burfncc l(r?one seems Inclined to leave It up die conventions mt Republicans seem to have plenty Imllible mn'erlnl for Mayor. John Lcr'i name Is given most frequent ..on, though William Thofcnton ft Jame T Onrdner have many Beds Others are mentioned, nnd L ia)s 13 n m tlm0 for moro k horses to nter tho race. RtsldM the m.mi of J. n. Forbes present Incumbent, that of W. D. Lnds lias been mentio...

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. — 9 October 1915

fe g ' : AMERICAN FORK OTTO 6ATUHP" TOBBfl 9, ' . . 1 H ' mUl --....... - .... ..--. . . .. .,... .... ,, -... ,, . , I i Henry Ford's New Machine II For The Farmer i M t- !fj IT IS ANOTHER TRIBUTE TO FORD'S GENIUS MA LIES ' IT FULFILL EVERY HOPE. 'jm . iiii Jfra ' (From W. It. Hearst's livening Journal Now York City.) I Wm Copyright, 1015, Star Company, 9 "" I1I Henry Forl Iiuh bmi working 'or r '" nl some- yours nnd Ih mill working on ' '111' u "',,rm tractor." ? ' Qi Ilo Una given to the citizens u mrir- ( . 'if 'volloualy elllulent machine to lake 4VA 1hom over tho roads. f ' IwL iN,0W '10 IirP08rs to B'vu tliu tarin- ;, .,'5t cm something Hint will ttilto the place I J '131 ' lno ''orM' '" 'l,rm wo"k. n his ear Ij'lji olrendy (ukns the place of tho home I' , Wj: In ronil work. f gl Ills innchlue will soil ul n low price fir $&$ about three hundred dollars. We m w! nro K''"' '" K'vn ,0 our rt'ai,('ls K0I,U Hi 'US ''n ot ''ori1 H I'lnns for " ,1('vv public J. MlT service I li...

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