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

MV-. - - i. j-MMAfWni-(K. , - - w V'HI I' V$P Hj 'Mhi Hi rat 4 Hj Wl i AMEBIRAX FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY. ngfiRMnn-n 10 1 - Hi lleasantCrove Department I SKessful ln3titute IHlslief very successful Alplno dis- Ktitltuto was hold ut Plcaoant UfilaMT. Saturday, December 11. Mmfi Pr ccnt of th0 tcnchor8 woro Kgt and all expressed themselves Bhf been highly ontortnlnod, TCdM intellectually and gastronomlc- -"Brf Howard Drlggs, president of 'A ni-Eiu cnd a natlvo 8on ot p,ea8nnt 111 iSk, the first speaker, his sub- ..jKelng "Team Work." Ho also Hkd the board of education and ""till Ushers of tho district for rc- Mm next week to attend tho HXg;i of tho U. 12. A., 100 por ccnt """""HWt In tho afternoon Professor X C dressed tho grammar grade Hferi on tho subject of "Essen. r HTT e (i,B. Harvey Flctchor of tho Brlg- 'Xoang university spoko before V(?ieral session In tho forenoon, Hr many demonstrations on how , Ce might bo taught in tho grades tJUKacIikntally learning from a HJ, of eighth gra...

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 December 1915

vBYBYBWr bwbW ' I" Hi' I A ;'l - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, ATl'nDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1MB. -fl V I - - H. j AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H Wllllnm Tool wob n visitor In Salt Bt Lnko this week. B Ilnna Lnuraon wna ' u Salt Lake BE visitor Tuesday, H-, Clinrlos Tyng of Salt l.nkc, wns fi BB visitor In this city Tuosdny. B K. Clirlstoiinnn or Suit Lnko wns In BM American Fork Tuosday on business, H Frosh liorsonullBli nt Sanitary Meat & Grocery. B Tom Chlpman returned Monday m from n week's visit In tlio canyon. B MIbb Elvn Chlpmnn came over from I'rovo Friday anil Hpont tlio week-end M with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S, L. Chlpmnn. j Mrs. Harold ClirlstoiiHcn and babe BBBi of I -li I wero tlio guostB of Mrx. llon- BB' Jamln Fullmor Monday. Mrs. Chris- BB tonscn Is a nlcco of Mrs. Fullmer, ' Messrs. Normnn Wing, Vorn Ilollti- 1 drnko, Tom Green, L, J. llutehlngs Jj nnd FrnnclB Ilutchlngs were Cedar j: Valley visitors enrly In tlio week. l i t, MIbb Evadno Leo loft Tucmlny for L Salt ...

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 December 1915

fc w ' - Wfr mm BdganFttt: CitizenTl F , AMERICAN FQ1.K CITIZEN, 8ATflDE0EimE 25, 19IB ' OTJIi1ot HI pis Is Good Kfet Artd for Ce- L of the ouslness men of HLt to lern tb6 condttlon Kooibt the invarlablo re EtotM was as good or bet. iLChlpman says: "Bual CtbtHmo as last year in Estort. 'n som departs Hotter. Wo oxpect a gd Et&4 are preparing to take E cuitomcrs better than ft j, W. Storra of tho big L liked about business, Hf tome figures and re Kir rteelpts aro much In Hint rear and our Christ t extremely satisfactory. K Htlifled." Ee of tho Qoldcn 'Rulo Hok at our store your Hfcre doubled our force of Hr ret unnblo to glvo our Hpcjxr service. This Is n Kfet It has been for I the H owrecelptB for tho year wit pester than any pro mpt store manager replied: Hfccbltd oar business this Kk, but our ChtlftttMR bttjr cot so good as (last Htbe druggist, said: "Wo HjlU more business In the Hpfcri cf December 191G, Hi la tbc same period In Hr".' 1915 has been better Htiroufth than 1914."...

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 December 1915

Hj - H . . ... AKtttntm wwtt niii7.H,v. Saturday, flgcEAiukit 2l. MS. 1...1'.. H Peace On Earth, K Good Will to Men H ' Nineteen hundred and fifteen yearn Hj "K0 ,M0 shepherds ns they wntclicd H; their llocku by night listened tu the H; celestial antlicm, "Glory to Ood It: the Hj highest, and on earth pence, good v 11 1 Hf toward iien," ns the angola nnnounc'id Hl the hlith or tn King of Peace, Ho H! Hpolto na no other mnn has spoken K before or since. His teachings grad- H ually took root In the hearts or men, H produced fruits and were taken to all HI parts or tho earth, Nation after na. Bj "" gradually was won over to the Hi doctrines of the meek and lowly Naza- H rcne, and 111b votaries had began to B proclaim that tho day was at hand H when "they shall beat their swords K Into plowshares and their spears Into B pruning hookR." Then all at once, In j tho very heait of ChrlRtendom, the B flame of war broke out anil the great H est war In all history seems now to H bo HWccplug tho...

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 December 1915

6 Tm TV tt'- Zr - AMfeRlCAS- FORK ClTfe, SATUfttuV. Df.AhW, w -il i F k TjibEIOAN FORK LOCALS lillflw KarI "i,,flnB waR n Snlt ,'nk lHfcKor Friday. HBitoa wld' a sludont of tho Deaf jfenK-B-J P'jmb Scllo1 nt 6dcn' la hore 5r gjUEtof h!s Paront3' Mr- nntl Mr8, R fflKlt Mlssc Anna Mnthlsen and K !wJco,)SOn arc spending their vacn. Mtf with relntlvos in Salt Lnko nni Wm&BLi voA Xmns gl,t to &n a),scnt 'fcleri '' tb0 W"m hotter than a i yijHCr fScL "Cl'k' 11'2t MjH Leonard Adams arrived hero Wed K&r from Ooldhlll, Nov., for an c HbWkI visit his mother, M- ME!rc!lie Adams. l3B'' Messrs. John Armstrong, William lH3B)firi!iall. Karl McTnguo und Tltn (JB&Imfaih came down from tho canyon $BEfl)rfsday to spend Christmas with CfPCvB''r fam"10" i-"' H Torral Lam sen arrived hero from HsiDgham Wednesday for a brief visit UFCfJ H ,tn his parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. , f f Mrs. James C. Wngstafl and daugh. BfirB Ut, Harel, of Provo, spent Snturdaj HttpHdo Sunday hero, guests of Mrs. Da...

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 December 1915

H 'AMEIUCAtf FORK CITIZEN', flATUKUAV. DECEMUKR 25, 10l6 ' 1 The Lehi Department Saratoga Townsita To Be Platted H A Clly With Clmrciiesi Schools, Holds BAh ami lioiilctnnls In (iron l'i In NVi Panning Seel Ion. BBV Saratoga Id to lie 11 town, 11 real BBV city, with boulonids, homes mid peo- pie. It will 1m i1(hIi;ikiI with the Idea BBV of bocomlng 0110 of tlio lending cities BBV In the roiinty, iiml Hint, too, nt no dlH- dale B George Austin, head of the AiirIIii BBB Druthers' AiiHoelntlon, with Donald BBB l'rntt, engineer for the Utah-Idaho BBB Sugar Company, en inn to I.0I1I TueH- BBB dny. lino they mot Edward H011II1- BBB wide, who spent tho dny wltji them BBB mnklng i prnlbnlunry survey of tin BBB Saratoga farm preparatory to dividing BBS It up inn) laying out the town to it- BBB "known 1111 Snriltogn BBB Tho plans ns agreed on provide BBB for sixty acres lying north nnd wo BBB of tlio resort proprr, to tin platted BBB Into town lotn. Thcro wilt lin n "silo BBB reserved on tho ...

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 December 1915

I - - JIl I Hffl '. - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, lplB. ---- v- M' B- ' , i LEHI LOCALS AND- PERSONALS 1 l u gabcy hna been qulto ill ugnln ;;rt trouble. M ,.inomca mndc"n hurried buBi ZT" ,,m to Salt Lako Saturday. J B; rhlpman Morcantllo "nd": this glS will Kow then Just what K. . H H C. Holbrook enmo down 'Bountiful Monday 01 business. ,lr. Marlon Cutlor went to. Salt JJJciV Monday for tc visits with Ufd Jennie Webb and Lcnoro Ot Hzhos Pellt ,ll week-end ,n Snlt SI city. B'y J. Hlgfis wnB ,n Spnnlsh Pork ftttday, whore ho placed about two Hfcjtfi of lls Ironing boards. H'vti Joseph no Pries will move H household effectfl to Eureka thl. Kv whore hor husband is employed Haitian Anderson ot Spring City H,,, i tuftor with P. IL-Allred Sun mu, Ho was returning from near Etr Valley, where ho recently pur. EaKd n big tract or land. J ,Mi-nTirg",rt-'MrlBMeI,t ' jiff M X WjAVALHTiEVIUnKLE H bon HER PRETTY FACE,' H" m'wM xm in a twikkle; H VnDDlDKTUIWA7IUVCE; '. WoURCOLDC...

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 December 1915

bbbkS1 Bi bbY H bbV' fK BBBs SBB BBBflt BBB .11 --. - Amer.cAn MRU cififcbs, .utckuaV, biKMUEU A - gV Bj J.b'lll LOCALS BBJ; Miss Nlnn Sldwell Is spending li. BBJj holidays in Ni'plil. HJ '""" " BJj Mr. Leo lloatcs nun In Suit Lake BBS Saturday on business. Misses Ella mid Mnry Wood spent BBa Monday In Suit Lake. BBS Mrs. A. Umddcr Ib enjoylsg n vlall H with iclatlvcs In Reunion. H Willluui Webb nnd Chrltt Peterson BE wero Snlt Lnko visitors Tuesday. BE MIsh Hobo Husson lmd hor tonsils BBB removed at tlio local hospital Mnn H BBB Mrs. Elmer RhondoB and Mrs. Man BBB Winn were visitors to the State Capl- BBB tnl Monday. BBB Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith ontcr- BBB tnlncd with n party at their home BBB Monday i'MmiIiik. BBB Mrs. A I.. Wilcox Bpont the mid. B week Usltlnt; friends In Salt Lake BSfl Mrs. P. N. Onrff of Draper wub the BSfl fiUt-Bt or her son, Ocorgo P, Onrff, nnd fl his family, Sunday. BSBJ A delightful dlnuer was Riven b) BBBJ Mr, ntid Mrs. Freeman Itoyle Sunday, BBBJ covers ...

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 December 1915

BMBBBBBWSS--' '"'--SEMBBBBBBBBBBMBMBB 'BT ' r " X.I'"'iBBKT I ' - - $T III -- """ , AMERICAN' FuftK CITIZEN'. SATURDAY. bECri.MilUK 28, la - l "" MIS ' 1 Pleasant GroVe Department I r: moiscon.iects M&LC. Pipe Line ''""Bi'fHtk Water Was Being D. 1 "Blli Info Buttle Creek; City Kni It nark Again. BT, Byr nn( tW0 ,nCnlUCrfl 0t lh tD H; council went to tho head of HL Creek Thursday and removed Hjl lections of tho Utah Power UuHbt Company's plpo lino where It jw.B";prng8 tlmt feed Groio Creek. flft Pfccmbcr 2d this water has " Vj tonTeycd through a plpo line WJc w the company's plpo lino in - flWt Creek, whero it has been com KM with the wntera tnnt supply Cut Orovo with cullnnry water. twount being thus diverted Is a BE. over one-fourth of tho entire rBkT old Tellurldo Power Company Eos this water about nlno years 4iK,tvhlch time a plpo line about iH,D!1t long was laid connecting giHTn Crcok with Battle Creek. A flit by Pleasant Drove City was :rBrth the stato engineer, who up- E 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. — 25 December 1915

Hjfuv ir- -" -,"-jti . - r -!HHHHHI HH . s1 , iH B .? V H . ... .... AMERICAN' FOUR Clf IXtJK, SATURDAY', UKCBMUBlt 25, 1816. i i i , .. , H ill "" '. - I I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS HB This Is a happy time for tho kiddles HH Miss Ida Chlpman trtntlu a business trip to Snlt Lnko Monday. HH George Mann of Sprlngvlllo wns n business visitor In this city Tuesday. Hj Just oiio more week before the draw .Inn. a, 1!UC. E. II. HOLEY. HHi Miss Hose Qoggln spent Saturday niid Sunday In SnirLnkc, whero sho HHj wan the guest of relatives. B Mr. and Mrs, Heed Hoblnson aro hnma nfter nn extended visit In Pny- son, where Mr. Robinson wns cm- ployed. H .. A M,ry x,nnB t0 nl1 frm tho Snn. ltnr' Meat & Grocery. HH Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Coddlnj;ton HH and daughter, Myrtle, wero Salt Lake HH visitors Monday nnd Tuesday. HH Steve Woods nnd w'lfo motored to HH Salt Lake Sunday and spent the day HH visiting rrleiuU. Hi Milton Fletcher wns tho guest of HH his mother In Provo Suudiiy. HH ( Kay I...

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. — 15 January 1916

Pleasant Grtove Review 1 PEASANT UltOVE IlEVIE SATl'nUAY, JANVAUY IB, 1810. "' " " " ' ...., ' B Irons; days 1)1 onicials Will Set Aside K for l'atrons to Visit the ami llcconic ArijiinJiitcd Teachers nntl Their Work. Ihe most successful gather, chool year 1D14-1G was the B.-S meetings. At tlio close meetings mnny expressed as being fnvornblo to mak n event nn annual affair.' H to this sentiment the Hf Pleasant Qrovo nre have tho opportunity to ho following program for. irdnr, Jnnunry 20. kiy with the children. The Miool work will bo carried building and patrons will pportunlty of seeing the Has of school activity. Art andwork will bo on exhlhl o high school nil classwork langcd to lie of Interest to the pupils will bo dismissed ml an Informal meeting of d teachers will bo held at ng. At this meeting ifomc owing subjects might well d: reading. nient of school to home. Ing our children. for breakfast. luol attention at school and will bo continued In thr lffordlng tho opportunity of ...

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. — 15 January 1916

Md? 1LEASANT OHOVri RBV.HW. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16.J913. . ; - J" '"'n I The Lehi Department I Lehi PubEiG School Students 1 Outspell City Cousins BBa K Saino Tests of Same Words Given Without Notice to Students K ' " Shows Lehi Students-Way in the Lead. H I.iiBt Filduy the Salt l.nltc pupers contained double-column beaded H'L nrtlcles on the superior spelling ability of Halt Lake public school ntudents. 1' Continuing, tho article rends: H, . Salt Lake's public schools lend th" country u, point of goou spelling 1 ' nccoidlng to the results of n test rccc'ti' applied in tnu i itunititr grauob. $ '1 ho test was applied to classes from tno nun A to tin eignin u and tlu ' M results show class notugos from 1 jnr cent to 10 per cent In advnnco ot 1' , , the Hianiiiiul lor such classes througiiout tho Lulled States. H - 'ine ii hi applied Is tho Kusscll Buge Foundation test, which Is recognizee H " uH the standard spelling test for the culled States. U. X. Child, supervlso, BBB of grammar gr...

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. — 15 January 1916

- .- PUSabAKt c-n6vfi,naVliW( BAfrUftiuY, JAS'tunv ic, ii0 IJ AMERICAN FORK LOCALS Head Chlpman's big ad In this Issue. R. J. Smith spent Sunday and Mon. itny In Salt Lako. Vaughn Johnson of Tooclo mado a business trip to American Fork Sat urday. Miss Alta Brlggs of Salt Lnko was iho guest of her cousins, Mcrl and, Lois Smith, Friday. If you havo vonl or pork to soil, call it tho Sariltnry Meat & Grocery. We iay tho highest prices. j. C. Daly and niece, Miss Veronn Allsworth, of Salt Lake, visited Amor, can Fork friends Sunday. Dob Monasko of Hober was thf Tucst of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Flrmage Tuesday. a. O. Hong of Salt Lako visited rlonds In this city Monday. Messrs. W. C. Cnstlcton and Charles Brown of Salt Lnko wcro business visitors to this city Monday. Russell Whitman of Spanish Fork was tho guest of Miss Sadie Chlpman, Tuesday. Mrs. Dclbort Leo of Lehl visited friends in this city Tuesday. P. H. Cnndlnnd of Salt Lnko was tho guest of W. D. Edmonds Friday and Snturdny. Steve...

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. — 15 January 1916

hb LgAdAk 6tl0'VB hEVifeft, Sat URDAV, JAWARV IS, 1014 .... - ,ttk j g Keep Posled on Am. fork Canyon-tbe Coming Mining Camp ol the Slate sggl I American Fork Department H Big Meeting Launches K Canyon Advertising Plan Hfr Salt Lake Citizens Join With American Fork and Lehi in mR'' Giving Publicity to Canyon 's Resources Great Mining HP' Revival Predicted. Hjf Amciileiiii Folk Canyon will l 1 1 Hjr li"l- iiiIvciiIhimI mining camp In III' flf Went ii- i'oiiiJmk yni' ir piinih Hjf llllllll'lll'll TlH'Hll.l.V lligllt HIM C.'iri'llMl Hi. " through lo fruition. If the people ol WW-i this I'll)' gel baek of tin' movement, iis Us their iitit'iiiliiiici anil Interest In the HJ-'- meeting Imllcaii'il, II will menu inoiv HB money Nin'iii In (lie canyon Hum luih EH been spent 1 1 1 In yi'iii'H, for tho de- HJ velopiiH'iit of more properties tlinn HJ nVfjr developed before, anil will prnb- HJ ably icRiill lu Dio opening of several HJ produelng mines. All this will mean Hp more business for (lie...

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. — 15 January 1916

PEASANT QUQVfi IffiVlflW. SA'ft'llDAY. JAM'ATIY 15, l9i(5 AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr, and Mrs. Daniel SUmrt of Eu reka wcro the guests of Mr. nml Mra. John Nelson Sunday. Messrs. Roy1 Eastmond and Leslie Anderon left Sunday for Sprlngvlllo, where they expect to remain a short time. Messrs. G. II. Storrs and Mark Uez zant attended the excursion to tht Knight woolen mills at Provo last week. Koed corn for hogs, chickens nnd horses at Chlpman's. John Clcghom of Salt I.itko was a visitor In American Fork the fore part of the week. . Wednesday next, Thcda Uara np poars In "A Fool There Was." Mr. and Mrs. Leo T. Shelley enter tained at dinner Sunday In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tollstropf of Raymond, Canada. Try our old-fashioned hominy nt the Sanitary Meat & Grocery. Mrs. Wnyno Rose left this week for Calico, Mo., whero sho was called on uccount of the serious Illness of her mother-ln.law. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moffett enter tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dnrrett,...

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. — 15 January 1916

K ? ' T PLBAftAtW OHOVb ftfaVlfeW, flA'fUKDAtf. JAKtfAllY 16, llO . H ff- lkiii locals H Rend Clilpmnn's big nd in this Issuo. Hjj. Miss Elln Wood linn been homo this By, " week because of nn ottnek o( In grippe. H- K .W. Hchnoldcr nnd Mnrk Hopkins BHS' went tn Halt Lnko Mondny on business Bjk matters. Hlf Miss Florn liergln entertained n Hf number of young ft lends at nn oyster BH? supper Mondny evening. Bt; Mr. nnd Mrs, .Tnmos Doylo enter- BBT' tnlnod Friday evening In honor of ' Mr nnd Mrs. William Sabey. H? S, A. Htnltli took ti lond of 360 to- BBr tnnto boxes to Draper Saturday, BH(. " BH Mr. Tliomns Jones wns taken bnek BBJf to tho Lehl hospital this week for BBJi nnothor .operation. Dr. Mlddleton BHr enmo from Salt I.nkn tn asRlst Dr ' Worlton. K $1'.7U up to $2.00 Fancy Meri'n HIiIiIh. H extra, good, at Ohlpman's all next BBt , week, (inly file each. Your choice. l BBj nlwnvtt linaglne lluil lomonou BBj ',to will hnc xn much morn time to do BB things than we have today, and ...

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. — 15 January 1916

CT .-., . : . . -, '' PLEASANT" OUdvfl nhviEW, SA'ruU)AV, JASL'AUV 16, laid. M BB " ' ' ' ' ' '" " ' "' II I -! I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS BBW H Ob I Joy last pngo. H Mrs. W. C. Ernst went to Ogdcn Sundny to attend licr father's funeral. Bj Ilov. Ludwlg Thomson of Prov'o Will Bj conduct services tomorrow afternoon' dt the Congregational Church. H The Mothers' Club held mi Interest. lug session nt the new West cottage Thursday afternoon. BJ Mrs. Leo Hanson entertained nt supper Thursday evening, covers bo- , ng laid f"r eight. B A i turban time table Is pub lished in .lib iusuc. All tho north, bound cars arc a few minutes earlier Mid thcro nro some chnnges In those going south. Focd corn 'for hogs,, chickens and horses at Chlpmau's. Mrs. Fred Allen of Provo was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Martha' Bush nian, tho latter part of tho week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Vaughan ar rived from Pocatollo, Ida., Tuesday, for n visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Adams and other Lehl relatives. Tho day before...

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. — 15 January 1916

HJ PLEA9AKT UR6VK ltEVhUW, flJWUHftA?, JAnUArV 16, 1611 H I: Big Meeting Launches Hi J Canyon Advertising Plan Hff J (Continued from American Folk 1 1) Hk H loan I'oi k t iiii)()ii llt expeetH to HR see (he Texan. Kail-Eagle, Ik'loro- HE phan. liny State, Wasatch KIhk mill Vj? iiiiiii) oilier prospects become produc. H: lug "nines, nml -from GOO to 700 men H employed n t present In the Cotton- H Attorney Sanfoid stntcit (lint things H seem to run In cycles. Tin' rcnl estnte H'y cycle was now ebbing and tlio cycle H!' of mining Interest was now on the Hi .uci'iiilnncy. Tin- pyschuioglcnl mo- Hf ment Iuib arrlviil for this ctly to get H; in nnil boost American Fork Canyon. H.' With piopor publicity, money will H? tome pom lug In to develop our mines. which lie hi the mime iiiluernl zone ns Hf 4 Altit, with contacts and fissures cqiuil- Hv ly tin strong and n lunch higher state H, of mirfaii iiilncrnlls'atloii. No one H' linn u light to wiv that any one of the now prospects will not be...

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. — 22 January 1916

B Hif "HIHHBBB Ijggjfi Keep Posted in Am. Fort Canyon-the Iming Mining Camp oi the Stats laaasssl . 1 American Ferk Citi zen I HoU XIII AMERICAN FOItK CITIZEN, BMjlttW, JAM' UY J2 I'm, """"" ' " '""" B M ' .&l& " NUMDEIl 4t H illNES aiid MINING arl-Eagle Listed on Salt Lake Exchange Texan Miners Making Progress Assessments Foreshadow Increasing Activities A Panoramic View of Mary Ellen Gulch. lexan Miners I Making Progress Hxnn 'funnel Sow lu 1000 Feet, With BtMJ Jloio lo Uu 1'ncllic Preparing Hto SiilA(?nJn. Highly pleased over conditions as PB round thejn a( camp, Manager Harloy Tjng ot the Toxan ro turned Bim a three days' visit to tils com' ny's property Monday afternoon. Ho ftdc the'trlp out In ono of tho worst Bowstorms he ever tackled, but ho Kn Just as enthusiastic over tho snow M ho was over tho conditions at tho PJue. He declares tho weather is Bisonablo and that, with wlntor In l swing now, an early and open PH-Jng can reasonably bo counted Bin-and that will mean ...

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. — 22 January 1916

Wtr J 'AMERICAS' FORK CITIZEN', SATtmPAY. JANUARY 2, Mlfl . I MINES and MINING H$ (Continued from J'ago 1, Am. Fork.; II some "wild catting," that is, to form Hf compnnlcH mid sell stork purely for H' the purpose of making money on HJ Htock and not with tho Intention of H putting tho money from the mile ot H; Htock into development work. Tho H commlttco will tnko Htci3 to lilt on It tho hend with n big liamincr any such H nn ontcrprlso that mny develop bo- W cnuso ot tho now awakening of mln- Hi Ing In American Folk Canyon. Hjj Several Hnlt Lake members of the Hj committee will be present ut th V, meeting tonight. I - New Activity Hotbed In m ' Southwestern Alia M What promises to become n liotbcd M of activities In tho Alius" tills 'nonsuit H ' Is atgiuup ot cuillim juuL tiiKen oor B by tho south litem extension .Mining Compnny, which was organized in this M city yonieuiay, nays tho sail i.uko ner- M nid-ltupuuiiean. 'this group or about forty acres is miriounued by tho Houtli Sr H...

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