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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

i B LRM HANKER, SATURD -TUltBAV, XoVBMjjjft lfllS- rmr -j BANKERS URGED TO i GO-OPERATE WITH . FARMERS H SOUL MATERIAL HAS ENTERED H THE' DANK VAULTS OF H THE NATION. B The Dank a Financial Power Houie B to the Community. K By Peter Radford. H Ono of thu greatest opportunities fn B the business II fo of tlio tuition lies m lu practical co-operation of tlio coun- R try bunks with tlio farmer In building B agriculture mill tlio udventuro In laden B with gi cuter pastdbllltlcs tliiin any K forward movement now before tlio m American public, B A few hunkers have loaned money B to farmers at n low rata of Intercut, B and outlines without compensation, to B buy blooded livestock, build alios, B fertilize tlio land, secure better Bced, B hold their products for u botetr mar- B" ket price, etc. The banker in con- B trlbutlng toward Improving tlio grade 81 of livestock; tlio quality of tho uecd nnd tho fortuity of tho soil, plantH In B tho agricultural life of tho community SB a fountain of ...

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. — 13 November 1915

L AMERICAN' FQnK CITIZEN. SATt'RhAV, XOVfiMHtft U l'J'5 ::::: I CANKERS URGED 10 CO-OPERATE WITH FARMERS B 00 U I. MATERIAL HAS ENTERED H THE DANK VAULTS OP H THE NATION. H The Dank a Financial Power Houio B to the Cumrnunlty. H Uy Peter Radford. H Oiio of the greatest opportunities fn HH tins business life of th a nation Ilea S lii pructlral co-opcrntloii of tlio coun- H try bunks ultli tlio farmer In building H agriculture mid thu adventure Ib laden H with greater possibilities than any m forward movement now before tlio m American public. 1 A fow bankers liavo loaned money H to farmers at n low rato of Interest, H and outlines without compensation, to M buy blooded livestock, build silos, WM fertilize thu land, secure better need, jH hold their products for a bctctr mar- H ket price, etc. Tliu banker In con- H trlbutlng toward ImprovInK tlio grade H of livestock; tlio quality of tlio scod H and the fortuity of tlio soil, plants In H the agricultural Ufa of the community H u fount...

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. — 13 November 1915

SbSbSSBbSBBzbSbSb "" - ..j ! inft''1 B'' JEsMIv bb) I ... u Hm ' fl L-i. ""' "" ' "-" "" LRHI UAN'.slKH, SATURDAY, XOVEMnpti 11 ini- M,,$il TlKlII UKVLS . If the ,10W ,n" B li Sundc7T.1T was taken tc PItat 1 " fal -ttordny Buttr ofT"!. J. " lirothor of L Opon' n SIlpnt SU" pijson Tlsiti-f. her daughter, b 2 win"1'1 r 1l0V0 WiU lofhcr 8. Mrs K" L Kr, 80nii.1v oij lAnviT- hlrtli to t t,jt,y lu 1 I -eh I Hospital Kr- Kirli' Qu(,s,, clnb 'vn', cn" Kit tb" lie ' Lf Mips Wnndr B Thursday nlng ' j, War 11 1 Vftnllln ww- Bipal spc k : t lh Tabor Brlrti Si't " f.lpht. limes Allr.J lift Thursday BuCallforii Mr nnd Mrs Hllrrd Inf 1 leaving tilts' Kipend Hi; vl . r thcro. Hh Bctirlottp St: rd of Sail Bammced Tu- -d:y to give 'r, Blueing 1 s ns In Kohl. BiitIU cmi.m thrniigliout Br All Host I)r 1 He Compnn B)e rehears.ilj 1 verni time Kkcn n pi. 'I.U will prej Btic Royal Tl r Snturdaj' ifiipring wr k .Br F KirKi: n iniertnlncd jBilm Club u Us monthl) hbl Sh w j . suited jiy tBp. Hopkins -.t.d Mr...

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. — 13 November 1915

BBB? inWWM Bl iV ' i AM&ftieJponuCiW,ijs', SATURDAY. NominER 14 1515 II H-ORK LOCALS Ewr salt Uo ichlpnwn of Officii Was K, For k Tuesday. KCrtokofllc"BO W"8 h0r0 Ly was a Hcber City' visitor BL aia of Salt Ukc was In K Barrett left Sunday for B, dici bo employed. ,.i. reicrwn of Salt Lake IS gueof Mrs. Mattlc Mo BL Lsrkln enmo down from KJ, family. .irOSperry of Salt Lake 8iont Erp of asl wock ,n Am0r HttL BT Jule McPhfcrson was the, if her pant In Ncphl Satur Hrf Sunday. line Davis spent TueBdoy In Kt Grove, visiting Mrs. Kcn- Kll. K. Parker, who la attending th' K, Young University, Bpcnt Frl Saturday hem a Undleyl-cturned homo Frl ifter spendliiB the- past five L n California. Ln. Mlllcn Taylor and Walter Hioof Provo wcro American K Alton Monday. 1 Uurrant of l'rovo spent Tucs re, with his mother, Mrs. Etzn H Durrant. Bn James Spratlcy and Mrs,, K,allck were Capital visitors ft. Josep'.i .N'lchoK'3 entertained a Kw cf her friends Wodnosdny Kitamuslcale Dainty refresh Bi icrc...

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. — 13 November 1915

H : ' ; . .. LKH1 DANNKrt, sAlr"' vMPBR 13, 1M. I American Forkj)epartment Bay State Mine Strikes Big Fissure m Thought In lie the Mother of Itlrh Ore BBS' Found In die (Jrosi HooK HBff In nosponsn to u lelephnno message H from Oeorgo Tyler, Senator John II. Hi Woottou went up (o the liny Stnto HBt Mine Tuesday. Tho men find Just HBJ broken Into what Is considered tho Bfl , moHt Important dlscoory inndo 'on B Jhls property, a five foot well defined BE fissure. hn:illy Impregnated with gn- HBJj Icnn mid carbonate oro and spar. Tho HBJf men lmo been finding mnny snmplcs HflJ of oro In tho grans roots, mid almoRl HB evcrywhero In tho mliio Hint n round HBJ of holes we in put In Rome on would BflJ ho shot out, During tho rcrcnt HBJ months mid while tho weather wr,s HHJ Rood for outdoor prospecting tho men HBJ have been trying to locnto tho fissure BBJ thnt wna tho mother of theso grnss HBJ root until pies, Ton Chipman Ih the HBJ. one, who hnn tho honor of finding the BHt fissure. It wnn...

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. — 13 November 1915

I ' -AMB1UCAK FORK CITIZEN. flTtl NQVMB l3' 19lr'- ru jm I The Lehi Department K I Sugar Company Pays Half Million Dollars H tfl'.'.VJIH) (iocs to 1'nriiirrs for Heels 1 I'nclorj 3Icn del fl'-ViOO, Farmer H In (lot Italsi) In Price of licit anil H licit I'oiiH'.Mirs for rulnnillmr l'ur. HH H Wednesday una pay iltiy el thu I.clil H sugar factory nnil cliccltn amounting H In $.12,r.OO Wlmc pnlcl to III.' fin H ploypon who work Li the. Lehi factor) H anil tin' cutting ulnllnnii at I'nivo inn H HpuiiIhIi l')il(, H Monday will Ihi pay ilr.y ror tin H rarmci'H, it it il t lli.r..(l00 will lie illHtrib H uled among llicm for IippIh iIpIIvpi'm H during October. Tli In inoi'cy will In H illRtrllnitoil In I Tt nil County fron H Bpniiltdi I'm I; noitli to l.olil. Bonn fK of II will go to Kail Liiku Ciiimly, an H n miinll anicunt to Wnsnleli Count) H It in tlio money that will pay u Id- H pint of tin' tiixcrt Many of the iner H chimin arc making Hpcclal iinloH, am H cvcryloily la hoping to get ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

!aaaaaaamm-- -- - PKV I ' ill I - --- LE1" "ANNEn. SATUnDAY. NOVEMBER 13 iqif. lUE I passing the Buck. I 'Our head bookkeeper can ndd up ,J columns of flguros nt once." I Docsn't ho over mnko mistakes?" H ob "", but no'8 got nu a88lBlant blame them on." H Its Nature. I Thc new nurBo asked us extortion- H ite wages.' "well, hcr's Is n hold-up Job." H Landlord' Way. H John Barrymoro, tho actor, wns H talking about Germany's subinarlno H policy In Now York. H "When Gorninny told us wo Amor- H leans might cross tho eoaa In safety H provided wo used such Bhlpn as sho H offered, 1 nearly died laughing," ho I said. H "i was Irresistibly reminded of tho H poet who complained to his landlord: H "'Landlord, I really must Insist on H rour repairing my doors and win- H dows. They closo so badly thnt It in- H tcrrupts my work. It blows my hair H til about my face.' H "'Humph,' said tho landlord. 'Tho H easiest way out of that dlfllculty is for H rou to get your hair cut off.' " New H York Times....

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

I i Wi ' American' route ciTizEx. ftAiMtnnAv. w.,Mnl.n 13 lslf I WfiEHl LOCALS AND PERSONALS j K ; friend in l'rovo. BnotoStadfo open every Mqn. 555B imls spent Tuesday Kt In Sa Lake City. Hi ,nTLtao nrlgga were , J'JiSs l WcndB in Snlt ..t their regular month. rlBrf and Vlo,Jl Zln"1,'c,rmnn WjfeektndU6lt(t; relative! iHisi Canyon. . Wtaff and Mrs. Lizzie V.r salt Lalw cam0 to Lch' KitttDd tho birthday party Kir, MM. Fonnlo Done. wAwi K?y III JmLJI H n.B.MKKRIllEW, H Druggist a UTAH red's Variety Store I .OR (iROCEHIKS L Choice, Complete, Up Hfcit Slock, and Prices Ilea HV. Our Other Stnek At- H limited. utD'S VAHIKTY STOKE "lilo Street, Lcbl. WILL SELL Hi my buggies, harnesses, Hi top and automobile at a Hflc. Call and examine Hud make me a price. Wi P. JOHNSON, AT JOHNSON'S LIVERY STABLE. lection! Election! HltS AM) UOKS, HUT WE AIIE Buys hehe to take youk Hno. H CITE US A CAM. Wisen's Photo studio .'. H Uhl-Utnh K FINISHING DONE DY US. imbing--- Heating titlmtti Furnished Free I ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

k. sBH W LEi BANNER, SATURDAY- N'OVKMBCU 13, 1916. H ,, A WE OF CIVIL $TEHX tt J; -RANDALL PARRISH ft : DXU5riON$-CD.DnODE5 ' .l copyicir I () t. ,w ""fczrafg-fca? ' ' ''' rasas j u , 8YN0PSI8. if ,i 4 , ConfertorntB firrKcant Wyntl of thn f5 fltaunton nrtlltpry is sent an n spy to tils ,; I, nat vii rpunty on ttic Cltci-n llrliir hy Oen- irnl Jackson. Wyntt mints n mountiiltieor ,K named lem Tat lor Tliry rlil.i toKetlier to ' ; a house beyond Hot HprlriKs. In the houso ' , yait nnl Taylor tin iM MnJor llnrwood, 'ntlier of Nnrran and tin hid neighbor of J Vyult, who Is sent to lied while the two other men talk. Wvntl becomes suspl- ' ,i clous, nnd finds Hint Tu lor has murdered J.,nrw.00'.1. nni1 "cniei1. Wyalt changes to t L.2. u ? cnvnlry uniform he hns with ft H. ' ""l1 .rl,,f" nw,,y '" "lp nlKHt. running 1 V ' l?iwS ,,l0Hfbinenl of Kedernl cavnlry. to ' n2 Y ,l0. 'i .,:n."!u-.". "Imiolf ns l.lmitunnnt I, V.1.'""1, ' ''J1 u H- cavalry, by means S ? 2i.i.' p" ',h which he lias be...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

W H AMERICAN' POnK CITIZEN', flATATeftDAV. XOVBMIlBll jUMg; - -aaJ i.i:iii LOCALS I Mrs. Isaac) I'cck, wlio was very 111 curly In tho work, Is how much lin- Bfl proved. SS --- BH (liorgii Hitmlcrlnuil was taken to B ilio Stnto Mental Il-apltul yrfsMSnlny Bfl for tientinont. B l.csllo lAHIftf or I'ioVo, ii brother ol Mm. l.nlL A. Husson, wan ;i l.clil vfftMor Kiiiulny . ,Mih. Abe (IiiiIiiiiiikIhoii spoilt Him- BB tiny In Pnysoii vlsltlnc, her diiiiRhlcr, .Mi h. '.. Whltlnker or I'rovo win iuKnpHt or her h in !t, mi-h. n, i. Italehclnr, Sunday. 3 . Mrs. Olo 1 .111 pom nave blith to i Bfl linimciiiK Imliy In t1n l.ehl .Moipltn) Bj Wednesday. ij"" (i,l'H' Question Chili was on Bfl iFitnliioil ill l ho lioini' of MIhh WiiimIi 'Goodwin Thursday evening. B B 1Irh Klllo Wiirnlek or Mnnlllii war tlio principal iipoakrr ol the Tabor BH ' liaele HiM'vlroR Sunday night. BY BS .Mrs Jnini'S Allied left Thursdiij Bn for ii trip to Cnllfoi iiln . Mr. nml Mm H I). "II. Allroil . iiiitmil leaving til...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

-----------------------MmmBB- r 1 IBviL'' hmmm9m9 I wH I illP I LEHI BANNER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915. iFwl I i Recommend Perugia To! I l11 Sufferers I jM&& xw f Catarrh I RSf Ever Felt I Mrs. William R. Hlnchllffe, No. 20 le St, Beverly. Mass, writer: "I Salmon Thrive In Maine. I Success has boon mot by tho bu- reau of flshorlos in establishing hump I back salmon on the Mnlno coast, nc- wording to reports from that tcrrl I tory. Tho fish were planted In Febru I ry," 1914. Many flsh weighing flvo I to seven and a half pounds havo been I tken or soon in Penobscot rlvor, Mo., and twenty wcro captured allvo by I agents of tho bureau near Bangor and I held In an effort to obtain rlpo eggs. I From two of those flsh 3,000 eggs wore I taken Septcmbor 6, and, aftor fortilt I tatlon, sont to tho Craig Brook hatch I err for Incubation. Local fishermen caught and ate large numbers, and an I employee of tho Green Lake hatchory I took fifteen flsh last week. Theso had passed through t...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

B . sSSSSSS SSSSSS?- AMERICAN' PORK CITIfvi 6 tTitftYnv H jSSSS2--" '"ttTlZLN, SATURDAY, NoyfcMuEa 15, 1&15 I f Pleasant Grove Department KcoTpians ZM0WL Campaign SB-idal. """"" 0,cnl,C CXl jmH" Scnon. bUoTliw l'lcu'int Orovo Minr nro making a close I H?ct Plw''"1111 0rovo t0 obtnln I Hlwi to i,laco tl10 company " mLi financial basis nnd got K, canning fruit next spring. K Company cans fruit next H. r.rrangemcsta must br com Hiittn early dote to get ready Lpa'S"- The company who Kte cam nnd the llthogrnplicra Hdct the labels must hnvo the BJ.Iongtlme In advance In order Harfr orders filled, nnd nrrnngc H ascot be made unless the Hy knows dcflnntcly thnt It will i HioTf na been begun In Plcns- neLrcfor yfars mat means more nrlHaciT. than the oncratlon of Bal filclory R wl11 com" KVewly BlrmB ,0 cnn aBDarn" Hj itrawberrlcc. Then would Hjtttrrles, apples, pears, peaches Ht no to its capacity It would tKjtesd)' employment of about Es4r!rls nnJ 1C mcn aim uoys' H-JJ make a sure marke...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

WW jjjLjIf' ' l'Em RANNBR, SATURDAY, NOVEMDE" 13' 1916, - I MI STATE NEWS II Knit I-nkc'H long (fnll drought wna f broken Novrmbcr 7 whon rnln, tho ' first '"" October J, (oil. J Thu 1 u ir-old son of John K, I Hardy, Bccrctnry to aovcrnor Spry, ' tiled last week, membranous croup ' being tho chubo of donth. ' Judgo Alfred N. Cherry, ono of tho '' best known attorneys and Jurists of J Utah, tiled November 7 nt Ocean ' , 1'nrk, Cal., nt tho ago of 71. 1 i tj, Prizes will ho offered by tho Mnnu- i ! 5; facturcrs' association for tho most ar l tlBtlo dlBpIny nnd tho biggest assort- v ' went of Utnh-mado goods Bhown In , tho windows during Utnh Products ' ! wook. vj .j J. L. Coclirnn, who Ib said by the . jtolico to bo nn ux-convlct, was ur- ,;' rusted on tho complaint of Joo Hntp t , tjt of Garland who declares tho man r, h' pent n part of $r0 loft in his caro for !p, -safe-keeping. f ',, Seventy cents In postngo stamps ),, t iwns tho roward of cracksmen who V 1 , blow open tho nafo In...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

k . AMEWCAN P6RK CITIZB.N. fnr'""AV '" ia- 1!15' B I I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I H BJ Miss Plorcnoo KdmondH wns n Salt Bj Lnko visitor Saturday. H Hob Ingijrsnl) of Strnwborry Hjiutit BJ Sunday In American Fork, BJ Anron Greenwood ruturiuvl hofne BJ Friday, after mi extended Islt at the BJ reservation. Bj Joyi Plioto Studio open every Mon. Bj Messrs. Krwln Booth mid Fran). f Eby of Snlt Lako visited Atncrlcnii B Fork frlpiidB Stindny. Bj Mr. mid Mrs. I tori Stout of IlrlRlniiu BJ City Rjioitt the latter part of IiihI wipk lu Amuricnti Fork. BJ John II, Kim: of Perron, Kmerj Bj County, visited his jmronln, Mr, and Bj Mrs. It. K. King, here, in Hie forepart BJ of the week, BJ Wn meet others prices nlso give d H tjeke) with every L'fi cents spejit nt tin BJ Snnltnry Meat n ml Grocery. 13-lt. II ,,lleniy Armstrong returned homr Bj t Saturday fiom Idaho. He nxpects to Bj reuialii lu Anierleaii Fork the cotnlui Hj H MesniB. licit Seolt, Hill Crnwfoid BJ Kenneth Deokor and Hay C...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

HHfl SJWW''sssHSsjsjsssjsjsjsjsjpsssssssijiisiss"""- .-" i -.( i. r i T'ii '' mHHH mT ' WEsjflJ MZ tBHl DAXNEn, 8ATUHD AYXovbmbbh U, 10i6. ill EftlOAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS j B--Eilmoml8 wns a Salt f"lSor Sattmlny - mcersoll'of Strawberry spc.it K to AmorlnmKork- nrcenwooil returned liomc jflter nn extended visit nt the Kerrstl"11' Bjoj'jflioto Studio open overy Mon. Erwlirilooth nnd Frank Wit Salt Lake visited Amcrlcnn Bk friends Sunday. u. md Mrs- iicrl Stout of Brlghnm J "pent the latter part of IiibI WL Amcrlcnn Fork. Khn K KluB f Fcrron' Pnu-ry HI visited 1.19 imrciita, Mr. nnd K rE. King, here, I" 1p fonspnrt the week, vr. meet others prlces-nlso give u JtTlih 25 Mnt8 8,,W,t nt ,h jiury Met nndOroerry. 13-lt. Mr Armstrong rutunicil homo KrJay from Idaho. He oxpecta to Kjia In Amcrlcnn Fork tho coming flours. Dert Scott, Dill Crawford, Kncth Decker and Ray Cunnlnghum Ktoto were American Fork visitors Hibr. r.r monuments nnd fine cemetery K'tce A. Ilraddcr, Lchl. 30-11 Hurt ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

EBj AMERICAN FORK LOCALS HB' .loliii Armstrong wns a Hal! I.uk Hf Ibllor Tuesday. IIhHE? Itiiyinuiiil Clilpninn of Oadeu wns iJjHl?i In Amelcim Fork TtteHilny. wBla Hubert Crook of ('hlcngo wnn horo UBRk! Monday on business, IfSp ' Heed Heck wna a Holier City vlsltoi n.S1' "ll' foropuit of tho week. r jn ! jMHy Hoboit Kite, of Salt I.nko was In Kff:? lit Ih city Motiilny on IiiikIiicrh. 1191 Hulph Hnrrutl lrft Sunday foi BjHKif Storm, where lio Ih employed, I nHcf MIim VAh I'olersou of Suit l.nkr NHl Ib horn, tlio guest of Mrs, Mottle Mc- nHK-J 'i'mkiic, HaHf" Thomas l.nrkln enme down from BS&j Km elm Sunday, mid Rpent the ilny RfH Willi IiIh family. flK -Mrs W. 0 Spcrry of Salt I.nko njwnt HHI the latter part of Innt week In Atnor- H Ml ho .hull' Mcl'li'i-Hoii was the. ,ffi. xtiiiHt of her parents In N'ephl Hxitur- fflHKi day ami .Sunday. BHEk MIhh Mac Davis upont Tuesday In !H1 Pleasant drove, vIhIHiik Mth. Ken- Hft IH'lli Hall. M9r " 19X1 Clydu I 'a liter, who In iittendliiG ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

I U L '" LRHt BAKN'BU, aATtMl AJ, ,oVm&R m I Pleasant Grove Department SGo. Plans nh Isolicfc Campaign '".nwM Sca,on' c!t!s,V of 1C picnsant Grove pedlm!ctpa"yar,?,nnklnBacl08c i K? of Pleasant Grovo to obtain r THttou t0 "lnro th0 co"'ptm"y nlKoi nflnClal bn8'9 " .gCt T9 csnnlng fruit next Bpring. Wl Company cnnB fruit next r i.H irrB!-B muBt b? CT W.tn early date to set ready Keen-rate"- Th0 company who T01H,v,cids and tlie lithographers crist the labels must hnvo thi SfctH, long time In advance in order 'laiKttclr orders filled, mid nrrnnge- "K cwnot be nindo unless the CltjKyknoffs deflnntcly thnt It will prthas been begun In Plena--gtllHLre for years tnat means more V cl'v, tha" ,ho 0Pcrnt,0n f 'ansHtiniilng factory. It will com- L fa early spring to enn nspnra ',H.K tirawtcrrior. Then would - K tlcrrles, apples, penrs, peaches B run to Hs capnclty It would Kiieitetdy employment of nbout H 50 girls and IB men nnd boys. Ktldnako a sure market for nil lliHafpl"1 frnlt nn(l tl...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1915

k, LKHI nAKNBftUllPAY. SoVPMUHR M.JM - """SBaJ Li - I II .1 I ,... rui. i . ,. ..,., , ,,.,. ..-- . -. ' ' " . ?-r- ,MW,W" ,.HMI taBBHaaMMMMMMMMMMKttAaai. M FT ' Hi ' ' . LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I Mob Mr. anil Mm. .Tnmco A II red spent Hit Sunday with friends In l'rovu. . K .Toy'H I'linto Hlnillo open every Mon. HE Mrs. A. . DiinIh spunt TiK'Hihij HH with friends Jn Hull Lake, City. U Miss .Mifbel nnil Lizzie Hrlggn woi HE wnok oud laltors with friends lit Hull Hj Lotto City. B Ita Koto Klrlthnni entertained tin H 1), U. Society nt thfllr regular montl Hj lv meeting Friday. H H leplrrn find VMoln Zimmerman H Hfff'til the WW); end vlnlllng rolntlvnn HJB lit niitihiuii f'iinnii H Alh'-ii U'ligHtiilT mill Mih l.lz.li H l.liiiicll or Suit Lnkr, eiiine to l.oh mm v 'Moulin I) i '(ml thn hlrthilny party Hftj of (h Ii- Kicr, Mia. Fnniile Homo. mm J HE IpirJJIr''1"" "I'Tl-- H it. it. meiiriiiew, HE Druggist S LKIII. UTAH B All red's Variety H Store S r.m (moceuies HH Now, Choice, Complete...

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. — 20 November 1915

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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. — 20 November 1915

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