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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 7 March 1914

W . AMERICAN FORK CtTlXIATUTlPAYlAnciMiBiB Sfpieasant Grove Department M -sSISswi Fflr Sfc Elizabeth Stewart J'OSIB. .W t!ia C1 .mBlnet Kcllcf Society Worker vm '11 -J! mzcH' Salt i i I piliabeth Davis Stewart, wife that p. oMel,4hVr homo Tuesday, March. 3, ftofflce .",liCrh;scvcn of her eight sUr- PlSfcoior bed almost two weeks, mendea , " ,rom a bad caBo of la grlppo, ilmJ 'K..er developed Into acute In- 2T8EJfA-"'w',u,d0t,r,r WtwlSj Bf o'St was a faithful member A8 Bt church, having been president c", w ta. B. Ba Ward Primary nsso ,troittiBb,..?M a member of the presl-sLV-Boi 'So Relief Society of that w!lU$K for seven years. Since the a,tfiBl'i the Pleasant Grove ward ,rcek''Btud as president of the Relief degree! B "MS Second Ward. .lll0?,B Stewart was born In B Inning. r IH tB Staffordshire, England. Nov. 20, . iTcsmo to America with her 0 a wlj'Brn! and seven children. The fa 8frl" B!f BJ remained nt St. Louis for four ,VBJi While thcro her mother and Salt1?!? children were s...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 7 March 1914

BBflBBBB-------------B----- ... - . ,, - ym By'.' American Fork Locals and Personals b. j rM , Mark Foot and Dob Mcncsco spent H1 Sunday In P.rovo. ji ' n; i X Mr. nnd Mrs. Frntik Humphrios Bh: 8 wore Pleasant Grove visitors Sunday. i f , Mrs. William Klrkham of Lchl was Hi $ Lore visiting relatives Monday. Kj Mr. S. L. Chlpman visited the state M capital Tuesday on business. H1 Alfalfa seed, 7'jC and up at People's H Co-op. 7-lt Hj Mr. James Thornton of Idaho was B horo this week visiting with relatives. M Mr.' Ellis Preston wont to Salt Luke H, Saturday for an extended stay. Bt Mr.- and Mrs. Dolos Adams have H moved Into tho Dick Adams reBldcnce K In tho Third Ward. H - SO koES Mixed Pickles nt Chlpmau's. H Special for one week only; CCc oach. H 7-lt H Miss Minnie Gordon roturned to her Hr homo In Salt Lako City Tuosday, qftcr H 4 a most pleasant visit horo. H'. I 4 C. J. Wright and Earl Cunningham H; , ij wont to Eureka Saturday, whero thoy ! ' ' will bo employed. ''; . . H , i 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. — 14 March 1914

JAmerican Fork Citizen :"1 rpal ret3BVi,B XI AMKItlCAN I'OKK C1TIKI3N SATI'MmV, MVIU'll 1 1, mi " I Bag j lj Unrrh 'fcigMory One MT of the Possibilities lm , Monday caning ft well attend- :P05E I dn : I'eW '" th0 Clty 1,n K purpose of considering the illy "f bulWlHB caniilMB fac 'octltj In American Fork "S the'K i, a lnw, president and ninn ,,e. K loNntiomil KviipornlliiR and 'Mine company, was present mid .TiSo detail about what was no- , "in thi- Installation of u fac r, -:F Icannlnn pea"., Iwbhb, toina l! other vegetables. Several H Si t Irons spoke fnvorliiR the com- 'MlSint of w irt"str- here, and :Wo 1 1.0 -eful fccllnB waa shown by ''fJcscnt. Mr- Law off01'?'1 to 'lo Ml W..rv tiromotlmi of thu com- mm ' and tlicn Install Hop lant. He H 'Kid apparently aatlafactory crc '0 Xmi and told of several success- fB'ilnr plants which ho had built " Iffwli of the Btate. . .!' ,. ciilptnnn and 13. . Hawkins tfjjf -S appointed a committee to go to lm JKc county and visit plunta and iflurc...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 14 March 1914

HLiIIIIIIIIIIIhLi -a" a ' " " ' " H H.'l) AMwmnAM potiK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH H, 1BU. . fr -'tl AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN B4t ' A PROGRESSIVA INDEPENDENT H PURLICAT10N Hf !' St'IlSOItlPTlON fljJ Uno Year $1.60 Ull Six Months 30c B lM ; iBV Kiitorcd ns Second-Class Matter at Bj' ( PostofTlco tit American Fork, Utah. Kl - H Office: Opposite- Tabernacle. Phone 85 Hi S. W. ROSS Editor H L. W. GAISFORD Mauogcr H Select Ail-Star Team H' In Slnlc .Sclinlasllc League l'ltzpiil- 1 rick Ghes American Fork mid V ririiMint t'roio n Man Kuril. Ht FIRST TEAM. H .1. AiuIiiih, Spanish Fork Forward H Los AnilriiH, Spanish Fork, ..Forward H Smith, L. D. H. U Center J JeiiHon, llox Elder Guard ; Williams, I,. D. S. U Guard H SECOND TEAM. HL i ItuwIlngH, S. L. II. 8 '....Forward j! ' . ' Wilson, Pleasant Grove Forward J. ., .lonepliBon, llox Eldor Center 1:! linrratt, American Fork Guard H ' Olscn, L. D. S. U Guard B ! a This la wlmt Fltzpatrlck sayB, which i In of local Interest: I'U , "In selecting the...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 14 March 1914

I 'fall iH I r ;aH I . . .- AMERICAORK CITIZEN S VT RIMY. MARCH u ,on If 1 . I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS I Mr nml MrB. ' '- Hickman spent I i;u'tidny visiting hlB mother in Prove I Mrs S. L. Chipman spent the week I ai Provo. vIsltliiK her daughters. I r. llis genuine good uunllly white I rijjrlcofo 25c at cmpmmi'B. 14-lt I 'ntrlck's day, March 17th. I wear the green. I Mrs John Smith waB taken to a Salt I Lake hospital Monday for treatment. See the "Linking of tho Atlantic with I the Pacific Through the Panama Canal" I at the Opera House tonight. I Miss Emma Greenwood was tho I ' guest of Mr. Will Anderson at Salt I Lake, Saturday and Sunday. I Leonard Shelley of Bingham has I bcfn visiting relatives and friends In I American Fork this week. I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Preston returned I home Wednesday evening nftcr a brief I visit In Salt Lake City. I Mr. Otto Cotter of Slilt Lake City H was the guest of Mrs. Chrlstebell Taha H Sunday and Monday. I Clark and Hickman report the sale H of five ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 14 March 1914

HfSt'1 ' AMERICAN FOnK fMTigEX flATI'HUAY. MAltCH 14, 1914. . " H The Lehi Department I K ' Interurban Advent HI Duly Celebrated H Iii'lit Commercial Club L'oikIucIh One HSr of (lie MoM Suct-rfiil Welcomes B$jj ,0 Knllrond mid Other Kfl I'romlucnl OMcliils B&l' One of the niout successful cclobru- Bljf' lions ever given hero was that of the H$K udvent of tlio Interurban into Ut all Hs county. Two hundred visitors from B9 Hull Luke county wore met us they Hf disembarked from the thrcu Inlcrur- H bun curs by the Lehl Silver Hand, Hi I ICO high school students, ofllclals of H( J the I.ehl Coiiiinercliil Club and liun- Hi' drtds of other citizens. As tlio (lis- HH(, litigulshcd visitors dlscmbarked the H i1 Silver lluml played, lifter which the HH .' high ochool gave one of Its famous Hf ' ' ' - Uovcrnor William Spry, lending Salt Bi i I.aku City ofllcluls, the Bail Lake Com- Hi morclul Club and the Interurban olll- Hj ' elalB, the olllceru of seven Salt Lake 1 , County Commercial c...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 14 March 1914

iH ' i T- AMliUlCAij FORK C1TIZ 1 Lehi Locals and Personals I ,, John Wood of KM Junction hlV bcro ulu' "' dur,MB ,h WCk' J ur nl MM- Uo ,inll8cu wcro 8aU 'I jjikc OBltors saturdny and Sunday. I gprlng MilH"cry at Peoplea Co-op. I Mr and Mrs. Richard Gough or m ho Falls are vlsltlne lu Lchl with 'I Ur Cough parcntB. Mr. and Mrs. j,mf9 Cough. 8 J M The pioccodfl from the four wards S iwst Friday, March 20. will go to help defray the general oxpctiaoB of the. t Tabernacle. From present Indications the chnr- ,ctcr ball to be given next Tuesday w lhe v. M. M. i. A. will be the society .1 event of the season. Miss l.lzzlc Shaw cntrctaiticd her 'I young lady friends at a kcnslngton I Monday evening. Mrs. Fanny Hurch of Murray spent Turbd.'O in 'hl, visiting with her ' mother. Mrs. Ellen Ccdarstrom. jH J. Pendleton of Salt Lake City ,pcnt the early part of the week here ,H on business pertaining to his farm ': over Jordan. If ou jirimo now your fruit later H will pay for It. Get your pruni...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 14 March 1914

5 B lit fl I M , - -t . AMERICAN FOItK CITIZEN BATl RDAY, .MARCH 1-1, 1014. ' ill LKIII LOCALS fflL , Clarence Dull and Jack Whipple left HhT 5cstcrdny for Salt Lake City, where S Mhey will work for the lntorurban. ifi Urnicl mnl building gnnri. Sec J. I'Wji " Clilllon, Lehl, I'lnh. tf jH Frank Uurney Is building n frame jyfl cottage on thu west nltle of the creek flB on 'I'll I id North otreet. IH 'hNH ;- Those spring floor rugs ntChlpmnn'B WmW are simply benuties, and you will find gH Mlielr prices right. 14.lt lfflB $ The farmers' dcmoiiRl ration train TflH $wlll be lu Lehl with Its corps of lcc- tWJ turcra and exhibits Tuesday, March 24. jjjfl Anor Whipple, with headquarters In jjH American Fork, has been made gfl "trouble man" on the telephone serv- jfl "Ico for this district. lgB mm flic new grceiiB, the now Tango col- ijM .ors lu suits and jackets at Chlpman's. fK Ur. Ilaslor attended a nutting of fl hc Utah County Medical association fl .'t Provo, Wednesday, and delivered a ...

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. — 14 March 1914

PP ' i ;I?T -KT- ;-- I i" I ' "' .. -. AMERICAN KORK C1TIZBN SATURDAY. Mauo.. .. . f5MB - Pleasanf Grove Department II I school Consolidation I sdlp Sl't. Mnthpnson Writes Loilrr I Fluorine the Question. I near IMItor: Scliool nuthorltlcu I miiic In the opinion that the Indcpen I nt school district must bo replaced Ihr a larger unit or organization In I order that cfllclency In school "Work I mt the minimi convention of tho dc nrtmcnt of bupcrlntendcntD, held at ISkhmond. Vn., Inst week, It was stat- 'J tt collaborated paper written by Itir Klwood Cubberly, professor of Education In Leland Standford Unl IS. and Dr. B. C. Elliot, director .,(, lynchers' course at the Unlver- of the teachers- course ai me univer Isl'.r of Wisconsin, that tho llttlo In Idewndcnt school district admirably Its It had "ct "10 ceds of lto time bad now outlived Its usefulness, and that It would be practically Impossible for rural schools to contlnuo similar orogreES hereafter, ns they hod mado Kerctoforc, u...

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 March 1914

H h mmmmuummEMUUUUUUUmm iHP r KjlJl'liJ American route (iitiekn saturdaYi march, u, ifli4. ,., ...-. ,. , ... " ,.-,. ,- . j' LLLLLLHfiiaWi Sit WW f i ii --! if -ii -"1 n - " ' ) i ' tfp P'p!' American Fork Locals and Personals mmWm ; 1 : : 1 md Mni'tiii Nlclson purchased a now HSR" automobile this week. MgMgg&l Mr. nnil Mrs. Kred Strong of Alpine Rf spent Htfndny in Aincrlciui Fork. Mmmmmi Ksl Wurren Anderson wns n Salt Lake Jgjl visitor Monday. HjP The largest find best line of wall Rpl. pnpor In Lit nil comity nt Clilpmiin'o B lllK Red Store. 14-lt Rfji MIhb Vldu Lee, who hits been to El' Huttc, Mont , for the past yr;ir, rc- MjmjmM turned homo Sunday. n Mr. Alma Gjrenwood returned home H Mondny after spending two weeks at HB, Price, attending to business affairs. H Mrs. I.i'oiimkI Hcnrold Hpent the Hl; J' wrck al Provo visiting her parents, V, i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Murdoek. 19 V ' ) 1''i,rl Robinson left for the sheep BH . 1 1 herd Monday to upend (ho next few Hj j' MlflS...

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 March 1914

lJ AmericaForkCitizen I 4 I rO AMERICAN FOnK CITIZEN SATUnDAY, MARCH 21, 1D14 IB IB IllEficiillural Train I Here Monday 1 - ft Firmer From L-crr Direction Should V $ Come to Tlili lilg Demonstration ,"V& xhrce Meetings to Bo Held. CM I Sunday morning the Stato ngricul- jM . rat train will reach this city and 1 Monday morning nt 9:30 thero will bo H I tuck JudB'ne nt tho train and all, day R I Monday will bo dovoted to lectures U ' d demonstration work nntl showing HH farmers and students through Iho k -8 There will bo thrco meetings hold JHS dortnK the day, ono for tho women In 1 ?ha Second Ward mooting houso at 2 A .1 o'clock on Household Economics. An W I Sr In the City Hall at 2 o'clock for M m tha men, and In tho evening will be M M DOthcr In the City Hall for all. "M ThU train Is In chargo of Dr. 13. S. - ' Peterson of tho Stato Agricultural ?; college, and Professor Merrill of tho IAS 4'H o"lt i,a(o Houte and a corps of farm - nriB. Talks on Irrigation, measure I -entof wa...

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 March 1914

rVf AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH Si, 1814 ,., v ... , .; , Bl H AJUSK1VAA JUKH. L'liUJvA H't i fi , A, PJtOORBSBIVH INDEPENDENT H' ;51 ' . . , PUBLICATION Hilt! ft' ' fZ SUBSCRIPTION H K On War 51.C0 MM , Bl;Montha 90c B is KaUred as Second-Class, Matter at H'jllt Pottoffica at American. Fork, Utah. Br OMeei Opposite Tabernacle. Phono W K 8. W. R088 Editor H" L. W. OAISPORD Manager HOW I PRODUCED MY PRIZE POTATOES H Xerie Herer, Caanplon. Potato Grower H oMio United States, Tells L r Mow He-Did It. Hl Mo'rli Heyor, tho schoolboy of Lew- B' Uton,Cacho Co., Utah, was declared to H: bo the cliamplon boy potato grower ot ' the United States. Ho wekit to Wash- t Ington to tho Natlonal-Moeting of boys B and girls clubs and met tho Presldont m He wroto an article tolling how bo M won tho prize. It follows: E In producing my potatoes this is tho r plan I followed: I chose a sandy M loam that had beon in alfalfa for six j ' years. Doforo breaking up or plow- H; r , Ing tho land, I s...

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 March 1914

1 A V AMERICAN forK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 21 19U " t ' Ml ;ffM "'o S Commences Monday . ft twin In the regular scrvlco "-SBt Ukr & Utah Valley rail "elnhh IM" ',V.,Ho known as -the Orcm ill, '? will run bctwcccn Salt - - Kh 23 The tr,lln lV rcsTT"mln it American Fork at 7:45 n. ini 0 lfco m.. 1:30 P. m. and 5:30 ,lm!' rem Salt Lake City they will --Jm In American Fork nt 9:10 n. m.( Sat!C Lchl they will leave going " Form?t 7:63 a. m., 10:38 a. m. 1:38 p. -JWind Gt38 p. m.; going south thoy 1 bauBueao at 9:02 a. in., VM a. m., Orpin vX p m. 6:47 '" Sto,)B w,n Jhlck lOcftMmade nt the sugar factory station, 0SS- Lehi m difference In tlmo bctwocn either -ZJKi or American Fork and the sugar r(,a; 'nponiKory being but thrco minutes. ' LucXiiitlons will also bo made at San ftSdro crossing, Klrkham and Jordan 717: -".Mrmws. all north of Lchl. ''HRhe trains leave Salt Lake City at Ir n'ockijK, b, m, 10:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. nnd rove- MtiEl) P m. They arrlvo In Salt, Lake 7H,r from Utah...

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 March 1914

PLV"lBB"'MHiBBlBiVHIiHHHHIiiHHHH ill- m !j IS ' t . - . AMEnlGAN F6HK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAftCll H, 1914 ji '.'vi- ,, i;! I The Lehi Department fi 1 Consolidation of the I Schools Is Recommended I By All Leading Educators I Commllkc AulJiorhcd to Intrstlgalc the Volkf cf ConsolldaUon, Sub- M , mil Ibo 1'ollonlng lteorl.-Kicry Tux Vmr In (ho North End HH - . . ' Utuh Counlj Should Head II. HI Hi ;" To the Trustees of tho North End of .Utah County. u Dear Sirs: R ,U!? 0",r C01"m,tlcc "uthorlzed to lii.cBtlguto tho policy of con- III ' o"'o nMith0 toUoWiHK: After thoroughlyonsW- Om I. ,C,r,"gnth0 f00' Bltuat,on ,n l" Alpine district, It Is our opinion HH tint the school Byfltem now In vogue Is defective In organiratlon Jit . administration, supervision, standardization and dlstrlbuUon of T iyL nonces. I V J; ,, lh0 ,vnteni you nrc operating your schools -under a double I I - headed system, one set of trustees Having charge of tho high achoola I - T"?s U" hcr ,Bct f truDt "vlng charge of...

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 March 1914

A ?- ii til B i.-. AMERICAN' POnlCmZEN SATfllDAY, MARCH SI lyU ! 'U 9 I Lehi Locals and Personals I I M J B Cotter spent tho week cud ,,,'saU Uo City. S Men's, outhB' and children's sprhiB 9 ,uln at Cl.lpmnn'8. 2Mt " ensius Ktwwii left for Custlo Unto ' Saturday ' I rlarei.ee Yates left for his mission t0 the Boulhrrn slates Thursday. I nliwird Southwlck spent Tuesday . b j,rovo on real estate mattcra. I seed oats, sccJTbsric-y, seed ryc;and gaS seeds at Chlpman'a. 21-lt l George- Robinson was a business ' TWtor to Salt Lake, Tuesday. I Gilbert Knudson Is on a business A lrlp Falrvlcw.'Satipcto County. : Mrg j j. QUI Is spending t9n days fl Tlsltlns wlth frlcnda ,n P edcn' ' Eugeno Homo camo down from II iv. fl cr8dc, Wednesday, just for the day. ji 00 and $1.25 for Cedar Mops at . chipman-B all nwrtweck. 21-lt 'H Ci c. Edwards this week received H 200 White Leghorn chicks from Los H ' Angeles, Cal. H Henry' Krlckspn and CharlcB Oh ran H went to Price this week, whero Mr. 'H Ohran h...

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 March 1914

Bflyv- VS MB BBBBBBBB xMt- x " SBJ BBBBBP" B sssrr , bbbj '?''' . 1 f r . X - - K'j' : AXtmilOAM-nK LMTlZENSAtUltb.-MAUOH 21,141 L. '"? .J.. ' - '.J Hi.; LKM LOCALS B)fjjj Mrs, Doc Wntson Is visiting this Hi.'l '11 week with Suit Lnko friends. BH Jljf BrfiiT ' MrB.,Artliur Kirklinin presentd lior Ht husband with a baby girl yesterday. Hkj Gravel and building sand. .See J. H! W. Chilton, Lchl, Utah. tf Now dcBlgnH In wall paper and floor BBT rugs at Chlpmnn's. 21-lt M x Mrs. Edwin Street entertained thu H l D. D. Club at a kcnslngton Monday H 'evening. HH ' MIbb Viva Taylor was hostess Mon- H' day evening at a kcnulngton ghen to H tho S. S. Club. B Mrs. Parley Austin on Wednesday H' entertained a number of lady frlcndB H' at a sowing bee. RcfroBhnients were ' t Tho Second Ward Relief Society HH ''celebrated their annual day Tuesday B' "afternoon with n special program and H -refreshments. H! I ,- . Dig advertising week at Chlpman's ;! from March 23 to March 29. Thou- '1 '' ' ' sands ...

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 March 1914

"F ' i "1hIu - r' IB r" AMERICAN FORK-Cltl-EN SATURDAY. MARCH SI 1M4 ' ' ' ujW I Pleasant Grove Department I ill (jouncil .Apes I on water uompromise 'lllUl i.H-rjliuUy llniiio. I , mo Kgumr meeting or llio city ,'ut.cli last Monday evening nil tlio Koucra ero present. WIMro cro Boicrnl small InuiBlcro lrater authorized. The committee on streets reported . .t .TiVet. octweeu ruoi and tieconu 'E h- aiso Uroc crct'K street trom u comer cast to vnlkor;. The Emiute n instructed to purchase lKrt i-ipc aim tno committee on city MroDtrty ns authorized to clean up f LiIj Halt lot anu seed It to gruas. Wine chief business of Uic meeting, ' ' ' ur v,aa Uio BUbmlssion to tno 'Kbiii W tno mayor or tho. otter to mlromiso me pending wutor pult bo- Etn tnc south mrinois una the city. 'ho fanneis oftered to sottio the ' Eoubie W conceding to tho city tho 'Bttit to 1.3o aecoml feet ot tho Haters of battle Creek for uso In tho ntr mains- ... councilman WeBtphal moved that Hie city accept tho otter nn...

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 March 1914

r sm ... , ,. i BBBB BBBi n, tr 'fV BBS1 l '! ':H K f U AMERICAN. rORk nrfrzENSATURDAV, MARCH 21, lOU , . ... .tii, - - , V Hll fi American Fork Locals and Personals BHU! I BBJ i Mr. Jnmcs WcrI Is reported ob being M K ' very 111. Kj Mr. T. J, I'arker of Eureka wan tho B guest of Miss Fcrl Pulley this week. H Mr. J. W. Storrs mid daughter Mabel BBJ ' spent tho week visiting at Storrs. BH Now designs In wall paper and floor BBJ rugs at Chlpmnn'H. 21-lt H i Miss Edith Hludloy spent Bunday BBB" with friends at I'rovo. Hi H Mr. Walter Slack was at the state BBJ capital Thursday on business. H; '' Mrs. P. L. Hickman was at Provo BBW this week visiting relatives. BBj Lonard IS. nnd Bern Harrington wcro BB at Provo, Saturday and Sunday, visit- BB - lag with relatives and friends. BB , Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Corbctt and Mr. I V " j nnd Mrs. Reno Viinco wcro Provo vlsl- B;V' tors Sunday. It !,' I j Mrs. Emma Chaso went to Salt Lako BBJ' '! City, Saturday, for a two week's stay V I with Mr. and M...

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 March 1914

lAfflgricanrkCitizeti 1 JHdOJME XI AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATtJRDAf, MAnciI 28 1D14 'Si1!! W' --. - NUMBER GO ' Ifj'S'jfl Mum Service Commenced Monday ..,.. itunnlng Smoothly iintl All "firs Coming In on Time-Work - lo Commence on Sow Mod. H rrn Depot Hiilldliig. tlifliMular freight and passongor bci-v- 1 over the Salt Lake & Utah rail- -, extending between Salt Lako City K American Fork, wna Inaugurated Mnday, the first train leaving tho In- tirBnirban (station on Main Htrcot nt 7:45 lM.'lock, The first train from Salt Lako wM. ji'bo left that station for Amer- MLa Fork nt 7:45, and tho tost of op- Bill-r of the service was proved when Mh salt I-nkc City train arrived In rHjj city promptly on time, nt B:10 j.H:lock. The operating officials of tho Hjd are elated over tho results of tho Hc0Dg day's trafTIc, as both trains ,rled a good number of passengers ' n a considerable amount of express ' loaded on tho trains beforo thoy ;Bled out from tho stations. .JMm Four Trains n Day. JJ...

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 March 1914

HTHfJ AMEltiOAN FOIIK fllTIgfifi 8ATUKDAY, MARCH , 1014.. ,, , 1 ijw ln ' K -, u AMLRIC'AN FORK (JITIZL'.N H'l ; ? a progressive indkpejndem' Btf ,v PUBLICATION B'i 11 St SUBSCRIPTION ' 1! One Year $1-C0 "' Six Months 'JOc Hn'tj ' Entered as Sccond-CUss Matter at BBY t V1 Postoffleo at American Fork, Utah. H;j Ofllces Oppoilte Tabernacle. 1'liono 85 Q' S. w. HOSS Editor H L. W. GAISFORD Manner H . LINDON NOTES. I H ,' T" Hi why somi: HOYS AM) j uirls sijccll'ii B, The follouliiK essay la by a student B of the Llndon Bchool HK ; Girls and bojH succeed because HHw' tbuy work, for Indeed buccchb inay ho spelled In four letters W-O-R-K. All HHf of our great men who havo won suc- HHM roHB hnvo worked hard for It. ; Tako (Irani ami Uncoil), for In- HHV ' ntnuco; both were 'bom of poor par- onts and had to work for all they got ) V i Thomas A. Edison's our grcnt lnvon- HHni' tor- success was not merely luck hut HHf. , work. 1 it Boys and girls who nra working , ' their way through school h...

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