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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 22 January 1916

1 AMERICAN FORtC CJTIZK.V, aATUUUUXTJMBBBBHHHHB s3 IMERIOAN FORK LOOALS a.n,d X. M. Travla of Salt Lnko visited his "d,c on, John, hero Sunday. Bf- . l"es B. 0. Ward of Salt Lako was an " imerlcan Fork visitor Tuesday, oal, 1 H I.en Chlpman returned from tWo ard ieCp herd In the Utah desert Satur- oM. my. ere the Miss Fori Adams was a Salt Lake m- Jsltor tho early part of tho week. t 80 James W. Cartpr of lone, Ida., Is liero visiting relatives and friends. . Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams returned ifts- Monday from Garland, whero they ouni visited at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Sea- Fred Wanlass. ome r of Wo not only glvo you quality, but irer wo lead in low prices and In ossort- vora ment. Chlpman'a Rig Red Store. over .. '. U, .Mrs. Earl Vnrney went to Provo Friday for a short visit with her sis ter, Mrs. Pnrloy Smoot, returning home Sunday. '" John Hooper of Salt Lako was a visitor In thl3 city Tuesday, was urs' Melvln Cooper and littlo son, Ilnr- pre low, of Park City, spent Sunday here...

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. — 22 January 1916

! AMfiRiCAH fork oifriaSt. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, i9lti I J . - - -. 1 1 M"'i'MM1'l',M'MI'M"''''M"'''MMMMMafc,J I The Lehi Department I B . . . wiC0 1 I Farmers and Sugar I Officials Hold Meeting H Clmiigci Will He .Nude in Preterit H ('(inlrnel, Iml I'linners Hill lie (Jhen H .More 1'nlp mill I'relmlil Metier B riii(iiniiii(,' I'lH'intiex. H A lingo peicentngo f tin- sugar B licet growers (if l.ehi anil Ameileun HI l''ml( I1I1I a uKetlng with olllclnls of B the I'tah-lihiho Sugar Company, h i t It I. clil Tabernacle, Tuesday uflci a noon. (Jnneii'l Manager T. It. Cutler Hh (ieiieinl Tlelil Silieiltlteuileiit (leoigc BM Austin, linnet II. (laiilner, mipcilii- Pl teiiilcnt of the l.elil factoiy, and I'ur PJ ley Austin, the local district field man PR ager, were present. Tho meeting wa mlltd In eoiiHlilei' hIy requests that HI the runners hail to make rcgatdli H changes In the company's contia' Bi that they wanted the glowers to sign HI Tho icnticstH were: PJEjl First. Thnt tho article...

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. — 22 January 1916

, I AMERICAN FORK Clf 12E.V. JATJJRDAV jANt'AUV u, mBBHHB I;hi locals and personals 111 Provo oa lcgul , - lace Peterson spent ' "" king Mr. and airs. tj Bcrslilc, ncnrOgdcn. """mIL Bjgo or I'rovo gave I W Buiitiig, attended by J K. Cotter. I ft 1.99 doz.; postcards J I Studio, Monday. fturncy attended tlio J I I; State Municipal I Hrovo, Thursday ant. I I ft' K. Raclcer and Mrs. I Kilt to American Fori. I I Ithelr daughter, Mrs I crtnlnca nt d,1,ncr I ftugh entertained n IIP people at a bundle J J I evening In honor o. I I I FoX" I 1:0 Ladles' Winter Suits I I lieautles. You can buy I A. lONE-HALF PRICE i lOO, $ir.00 for $7.50, I at Chlpmnn's Dig Red J lift Wednesday for tho I will spend soveral 1 Interest of tho dirlgiblo I T lautomobllcs. He has J Ibllc and will purchase y Bio Kast for domonstrn- I J I T I REMAND IS PAID V YOU SELECT I S T A T I 0 X E It Y T OCR FIXE LINE. OR YOUR HENEF1T. DRUG STORE. I !? . Goates ' and Embalmer. Nicbt Phone 64 J. II, UTAH, s Variety tore GROCER...

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. — 22 January 1916

' - - -- L :T i H ftftftW" vV5 JuVud HouthwUk anil Israel An ftP h 5. VVV demm wti buJiies.i visitors to Halt t-r "W 'xloml"y ftftv ip - ftK i . i'lcasnnt Urovu catpenters com- V 1 . menceU work on tno tieiglit house and ftW; ' jiiuiioiiii lot tliu interutuan compuny H' , r ,1H Week H)f Jf Mr. .mil MtM T. J. Wadswotth, now H) ' p living in niiniiiiiiiii, v(T( Visiting tul- Hjttj fr uuv.ii hi i.i in .Mumliiy. .Mrs. Wods- Hff W voi tit (huh! speuuiiy to seo hei sis- j, 1 tor, iIit. 1 nomas .(ones, wlio Is ton. H& VAiuneiug In tliu local hospital. r Thf H, li. Club members were hosts of .Miss .Mary Fox at n Kensington .Monday evening. ftftv lGe anil 'Mc new Spring Kmbiolder- ftfttj lea at Ohlpm.'in's, any width, onlv 10c ftftj .Mr. ami .Mm Owen Stewart of I'atk ftftv, City have been guests or their par- W unti In l.ehl foi the past week. H (Iqorgo Klikhuni undPivvwit a sue- Hi ctMiful oimiatlmi for hernia at the K I-1''11 hoipltal .Mimda) ftftm' lliilmi .Limes II. Uai dner attended...

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. — 22 January 1916

rvvH AMBtuuAtHronWfflilWMJB ,:;Pleasant Grove Department gj 1(if Council Meeting c"u,c usual semi-monthly meeting ot "ierjM city Council convened Monday ALL HojJK iiiM"l"s' U, 17th" 'who sexton requested the repeal ot ordlnunco providing a fee ot 2& WM.yj jtT,7!jj's for recording iutermontH, whlcli "rM9 referred to tho commltteo on city nprrty to investigate and report. .. "Dr. C. F. Westphul, chairman of the s '"UlOijMiiitlng committee, reported then Wuuo UeuJe Mbors, recommending tho adoption' ot F UsW recorder's annual financial state- ' Stli i'utS)JJ(Mclltp and suggesting tlint, moro satlh- Mictory methods bo, employed In sonu ' -It tho city departments. Tho repon I'lioug gj las received, recommendations con- ' Ulr,Mrmed and tho dbmmlttco released. 1 ' I'rimiufji, I Tho Judiciary cummltteu was au - IhorUed to draft a resolution embody- ot " ""-Mag tho auditing commlttco's sugge. tor ,llr " "vf Ions. nut i ''i 'luo recorJcr'8 annual ilnancia. c r- I statement was submitted an...

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. — 22 January 1916

BUBBBBMBfflAonk otflZBN, IjAtUrpAV, JanUArV 22, lulo B1 BflBBBP"",iw!! Mnughn n Snlt Lake vIb BBj Itor .Monduy. 3jj Joseph II. Hlorrs spent Thursday In yB Storri on business. K Mrs. Llbble Adlcliis Is unite ill with BB 11 touch of pneumonia, BBj Messrs. ClimliiH l.ogle niiil Clinrlof BBj Thome viii I'rovu vlsltois Tuuadny EH Mrs. ISllisuboth Durnint went to tffk Rait Lake Wednesday Tor u 1)1 Irt visit yH with friend. jSI Cabinet photon $).!)!) (If).. ; postcards Ml ')!'' do., nl Joy's .Studio, Monday. 'B Mm. An Ilia ZiiliiInklo of I'rovo Is 'Btl here visiting tit the home of Mr and K Mr. Tom Robinson. m Mm. .lolin Woodhouso or Lehl spent SB'I Sunday hem with Iff daughter, Mm it lion Adnmson. jf m .Mr. mid Mm. 10 1 1 .1. Claynon ate re- 11 - Juicing oxer the 'arilval of n ten- IyL ' pound liahy boy, horn Tuesday. (j Oiorgo A. Chuk and A. I!. Italian- , tyno, hoth of 1'rnvo, visited Dr. C. A Clark Wednesday and Thiimday on i ' dry farm proposition. Wi' offer you 60 Ladles' Oversklrlr,...

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. — 29 January 1916

psSjfhutfSM on Am. Fork Canyon the Coking Mining Gamp of the State iasa"! I lAmerican Frk Citizen I B .. .. v H Bail - AMKMCAN F01UC CITIZK.V. 8ATUnDlY, JVK 29, 19K. NUMDEIl 42 H Itizens Enthusiastic ftyeruCanyon Mines Businessmen and Citizens Will Join Hands Wjth Salt Lake Mining Men to Develop Canyon Properties, Buidltorlum In the City Hall wht Bj to Us capacity Tuesday nlgln blR co-operation meeting o( tlu Bs, business men nml hiIiiIiil B American Fork and Salt l.aku Bcnt developments in the Can B changing almost over hign. Blrf-1' Pacific from n mere prot, B n rtevolopcd"ihfnc, with pract B' million in sight'-and the fac B dozen Other properties arc B n8 promising as was the l'nc B inuiUliH ago, linn impressed the B men nnu fanners of American: Bat tho Cmoqn.ls on; tho'evt B greatest development in ' it and was voiced by the. local lid Tuosdny night. Itittccn mining men who came nom Salt Lake to attend th. g brought the good news thru r tho stnto wns the feeling thu Ban Foik Can...

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. — 29 January 1916

V AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. BATURDAY, JANUARY 29. 1916. B a Funeral Services m for J. L. Snow H Funoral services were held for John H I.. Snow In the Second ward chapel, H American Fork, Monday afternoon. Wm Blbhop J. II. Storrs presided, and the HR ward choir furnished the opening and H closing mimical numbers. Tho spenk- Hi era woro: Prof. J. B. Forbes, Stephen B I). Chlpmnn, Bishop McEwan of Shnr- PJ on, and Apostle A. W. IvanH. The H oronlng prnyrr was by Patriarch W. H II. Smith and tho benediction by Blsh- HI op J. It. Ulndlcy. Solos wcro sung H by John II. Davis and Ray D. Nichols, Hf" and a qunrtctto by tho Pyno Bros, of B l'rovo Bonch. Tho building was BI crowded, mnny coming from surround- B1 lug towns. HI John I.. Snow was n son of Wil- Kf llnm Snow and Ro.xana Loavltt Snow. HM Ho was born In I.chl, Sept. C, 1857 RR; Whllo yet a fitnall child, tho family H mntod to St. Gcorgo for about ten H years, when r.cy returned to Amcrl- HI, can Fork. Ho entered tho State Unl- Hj ' vor...

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. — 29 January 1916

E bbYbYJ AMEH1CAN FOUK CITIKKN. SATUU) IV JM n me M I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS H P. H. Craven of Provo was nn Am H orlcan F9rk lsltor Fiidny. H Mr. and Mrs. Win Pool wero visitors H In Salt l-ako nnd Murray Saturday. H Lawrence Storrs returned this weeV H from n short lslt In Lund. H M. 0. Randolph ot Salt Lake, was H an American Fork visitor Monday H T. H. Hoblusou nnd wife wero Salt l-ako visitors Sunday and Monday. JM Earl Holmstead wns a visitor 1 IB provo Saturday. m m Dill Pickles at the Sanitary Meat M and Grocery. V Hen Holllday spent Sunday In Salt jfl Lake visiting his mother, who Is very J Ut with blood poisoning. fl Mrs. William Chadwlck visited Solt 9 Lake friends and relatives a few days V this week. W F. I). Hulsh of Salt Lako Is here t. jfl spend the winter with his daughter, JR Mis. w c Irc8ton' W Mrs. Eunice Meckham of Park Clt 9 visited friends in this city Monda IB leaving Tuesday for Salt Lake. I Mrs. Sarah Elsmoro of Salt Lake, I- '9 thc Buest ot ,lor 8on W111, nnJ...

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. — 29 January 1916

7 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29. 1916. The Lehi Department H Water Works And m Street Offices Combined 3H CJt Council llujie lo Get Jleiults of HB LfNcloncy mill Economy from Aon EH Change. Liquor Prescriptions to be HH JU'strJcleil. WM Wllllnm J. Ourncy 1b now supnrln- EK tcmlcnt or Wntor Woiks and Super- EX Uxor of Streets, y , Tho City Council held n Iohk meet- HK Ing Tuesday evening, nenrly nil of the HE kosbIoii being devoted to n discission 51 of coinhlnlng tho offices of Supciln- HBl tendont of Wnter WorkB with Unit ol Bl Supervisor of Streets. Tlie.se offices Wm& hud not yet hcon filled hy the new HB ronticll. Tho Administration of these BB two oflcos lms heen fnr from sntlsfnct- K2f oiy because of tho Indcflnatcncss of I tho duties required. Recorder Yntcs HK liud wilttcn to n mimlier of cltlos re- KB gnrdlng tho duties required In other HR plncos nnd most of his onswors HHj Miowcd similar condltlonn ns existed BK hero. In St. Ceorgo tho Sexton In nlso jfl...

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. — 29 January 1916

B AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, JATURDAY, JANT7ARY 89. m6. 1 ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' in i l i in M iiiMlli ntmm mtm M LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Hmts. II. 0. Webb, who was ill (or pi days la recovering. llyrum Smith was u passenger to ;5;Bdt Lnko Thursday. H James Klrkhatn, Sr., who boa been m H (or a week, Is recovering. aHuouu H. Dono of '..eland, spent the T Bcck-cna with his Lchl relatives. T H i.eo Qoatcs made a business trip to J Kilt Lako Tuesday 1 B 1Ir8, rcd Morr111 BPcnt tho mid t Beck visiting (rlcnds in Salt Lake. 4 fl Mrs. Sarah Klrkham led (or Logan T BUCBjay t0 vlslt hor dau8Qtcr Maud. TB win American defeat Lchl I Smuln's 1 flcadcinr, Lchl, Friday, Feb. i, 1010. B Mrs Clara Qoatcs entertained at a Bcnslngton Monday evening. 4 1 S. A. WMcb spent Wednesday in J B'rovo on business. T B Charles MunnB o( Garland, was vls 1 flung relatives In Lehl tho latter part I Br tho week. tB .ir(i. I'rlmo Jacobs Is spending a iflvak wllh bor daUBhter ,n Dnv,a t Bounty. 4)H Mr. and Mrs. Ephrlam Cough...

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. — 29 January 1916

... AMERICAN- FORK .CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JANUARY US. VM. , M LEHI LOCALS. R Mrs. i:. J. Roberts hpent Monday H with friends in Salt I.nke. KlBlMip Iloni Lewis wus in 1'rovo H' Monday nn lanil business H l!.iy C:ii:-i:i or Fulrfleld spent the K week-onil with l.ehl lehillvs. VI .Mr. mill .Mi. i. A. DourIs spilt Hun- H ilny with friends In Halt I .like. 1 . .. . k Israel IJviiiik w:is n Knll l.nke lnlt- or Saturday. B Mm. Ilurohl Hindi spent Snlunlny B In Salt l.nke on business. K Edgiii" Clark spent the latter patt HK of the week in Stilt I nkc. ' Miss CInra Mny Kolch spent the B weekend with Mends III Hull Lake HE Joseph Itinhnn of .Murr:o spent II f ni.fi' 'IMi rehlllve'i In I.Hil WKr A. ii. ,'iii.t(in mill wiiiimii wini jt spent Mm ' 'i i'tt1 like on In Mir Hi mice, hnsi o . Hj Uhdinp .liitnoH II. (laiiliier spoin Monday in Hail Lake on mtgiii- busl H llainlil (lomlvin. ntlemllnK the Hint' Hk I'tllvr r-tv viMint the week-etui Will' Hi his paietitH In l.ehl. H MIhm X.odella Htookev o...

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. — 29 January 1916

- - fliifll AMERICAN FORK OITIZBN, SATURDAY, JANUARY , 1918. gfl - '' ' ' - - ll Pleasant Qrove Department j New Cutting Station Begins Construction Tlio contractors, A. K. Thornton, and Sons, commenced this week to put In the cement abutments for the high line which wJU bo UBed for tlio un loading of BCetB and coal. Tho nbut mciit la 94 feet long and llfeet high. It is 7 tcct thick at tho bottom and tapers to 2 feet at tho top, and 1b strongly reinforced with steel. Back of this nbutment will bo built three long trdsscls, two of which will be used to unload beets form and IU be 600 feet long. Tho third one tll also bo used for unloading beets, but wilt bo extended 300 feet farther along tho sldo of tho cuiting station (or the purposo of unloading coal, llmo, etc., fronJ. The contractors who arc excavating for the silos have their contract about half completed. Tho dirt from most of tho other half will bo loaded on wagons and hauled to make ap proaches to tho high line. This metn od...

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. — 29 January 1916

B ..,' AMEH1CAM POUK CITlfeEK, aATUKDAY. JANUARV lt, IttlC, . . .. r . Wq BT J, 9. Wild was u vlnltor tit tho !' i Statu Capital Monday. B' H. T Jou Muyno has icturnod from mi Htjjg 2 libatnco uf hIx montliB in Nevndn. HbR .Mori Tuylor uf i'rovo wos n b'usl- Hcf t niss visitor In this city Tuesday. , Hl Issue Holey of Knit Lake, wns on II American fork llior Tuesday, HiJ Orvlllo Corn of Hull Lake, Hjit-nt ' I 'i'uisiiiiy In Anioileuti Folk. m; ' .Mis. (leorgo I -oil of l.ehl was I In; 2 uuusl of her mother, Mrs. John Kolly. Hi Tuesday. Will AinerJoiin ilifcat l.ehl J SinuliiS AmiU'inj, i, cm, iii.i.o. ifli. I, IKKI. .MIhh .Mmy KiiHtiiioml mid Jnsepi. K luikiinund or .Shit i.ukf, intended i. j i lilul'llll of .lomi snow here .Molltlll) m m- I 1' it'll CnHMidy or rioto, (win In Ann H ft'iin ii.ii. .iioiiii. i In the Intercut n 1' tlm . t CliuiK.'H Fnckoroll of Suit Lake, M wiih bore Tuesday on business conuec- ted with the l'urtor-Wiilton Co. fl Mr. Lawrence Sloirn left Tuesdu- m iiiu...

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. — 5 February 1916

K J faP Posteo on Am, Fork Canyon the Coming Enaii!pottHfflBBI ' ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEURUAUY B, 191c! ' ' j lfl MINES and MINING puRG.or I DOWN AMERICAN I FORK UANYUN I Hotltatlons Arc In Progress for llnv I K It Trrnfed In Pacific .Mlll-Im- I Bnc Hody of Zinc Ore Has llccn I ttrcloped l'lnns l'roildo for I Kim to Foot of HIsscl's Hill. I I nil! bo good news to American I Be people that negotiations nro pro- I Bslng with fair promiso of succobb I Bring tlio ores from this famous I property to tho smelters by' way I American Fork canyon. Tho Pitts- I ft Is ono of tho oldest mines In tho I Bon and Is located on tho divide ween Alia ana Amoricnn Fork, I B tho larger part of their territory I Bhls side of tho pass. It probably moro oro blocked out than any Br mine In tho district, not oven 'Bating tho Pacific. Much of It is nc carbonato and in tho olden days B thought to be of littlo value, but Ko tho great demand for zinc has In developed, tho Pittsburg promt I to bo on...

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. — 5 February 1916

BR! V3I1.HK A 10KK CITIZL'.V R A IKOOIU 31VB INDni'KNDUNT K I't DLIC'ATION. H: suiisntirTio.v J ' On Vear 1C' Kx Months 00 Hflf "9 J- .. .. H$ IUnlered as Second-Class Mutter t Ik , Post Offlco at American Fork, Utah jr. , ' , W. ItoM Editor Mm t u W. Ontafard Mouagor BSBsfliU ... B f m n in i ! PL. GROVE LOCALS H" i - - Ii i MIm May Blsuorth of P.ayson, lias Iteen here at Ploasnnt Orovo visiting W l WIIM relatives for the past week. v. . A Miss ICdna Dock, who litis been nt R SNilt Uk for tho past fow months f, rnd short visit at Pleasant Grove It' Monday. Hi ilrs Mary Haymor of Salt hake I has been home for tho pnst fow week Hi m j ' visiting with hor mothor Mrs. Hbiie Hv ' Jprjtnson. Hp Mrs, Kstelln Dean of American Hf.' TOrtr, wns homo visiting hor parentH. H' Jlr. d Airs Jonsan, Saturday. BIB Hr Mm. Win. Frninpton spoilt Friday H tfth Mrs. Dyron Crookston In Amor H -1011 Fork. H Mr. Usy Noyman of Provo, was n Hi PloMnnt Grove visitor Siindny. E Miss A mm Xellson has been home H...

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. — 5 February 1916

'm AMPR1HAN FORK CITIZEN, 8AYURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1916. 'll ; LXHI IOALS. CVH jir. and Mrs. Jonn D. Woodhousc H were week-end visitors to Salt Lake. ciS Mrs. Ralph Smith and Miss Lela ofl Berry of Cedar Fort, spent tho early iV part of tho week In Lent, shopping. H The Fourth ward Mutuals gave a rtH dancing party In tho ward houso Tues iaH das evening. 9 Charles Fox of Salt Lako spent V Saturday and Sunday with his parents J Mr. and Mrs. Robort Fox. His father fB returned with him to hear Melba sing. Miss Hilda Carlson entrtalncd the D. D. club Monday evening. After the kenslngton, refreshments wero served. MIbb Linda Robb, who has been spending tho past year In Lohl, re turned to her homo in Sugar City, Ida ho, Tuesday. James Drown of Dlackfoot, Idaho after spending a few days with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Drown returned homo Saturday. Doc Watson, E. W. Schneider aw' Marlon Walker wore Salt I.nko pas sengers Tuesday morning. Mrs. W. W. Clark and son 8ylvnn have been spending th...

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. — 5 February 1916

, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 1910. H I The Lehi Department I m ' "II CANT BE DID" H' Several of our loyal citizens woro H,, overheard on Main street ono dny this H.- week discussing the reports In 'Vir H. laBt Issue about tho oponlng of mine Hv In American Fork canyon, tho extcn- Hv tlan of tho rnllioad to Saratoga and H tho shipping of sugar beets from Mob- K, Iila to tho I.chl factory. Tlioy woro Hi oxproHsIng doubt about tho consuinn- H' tlnn of thoso enterprises, nnd n con- Hl donsatlon of tho sentiments would H probably bo sunicd up In tho words, H t "It can't bo did." H Thoso snmo individuals probably H lived In I.chl when tho land over tho Hf liter could hnto bcoti purchased for H' $l.3fi per acre, which could now bo H Sold for $100, hecauso It Is Irrigated H nud growing tons of nlfalfa per ncro H than lands In tho old Holds. Thoy H 'woro hero saying "It can't bo did," H when tho lands along tho foot hills H could bo purchased for tho samo H prlco, hut aro ...

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. — 5 February 1916

I """w CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1916, jIH ' LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS ") H 8. 'I- Oopdwto 'spent Thursday at Be cnp'ttill I A. J Bvbbb was .In Frovo Monday Hj legal .matter". . H j,in) Dcnnla Qllee Is vlittlag In L Hit Lnko -with her husband. ifB Rodney Allred ltt Saturday for Lo- 'Han to attend the Round-up. 'I Ed Southwick has been spending Hie pint week at the U. A. C. Round- K In Logan. i mv 1 1 A. J- Pendleton of Salt Lako, spent be early part of the week in Lehl Hooking over his 200-ncro farm across Ke river. Ho will plant it to alfalfa. ' I The Athenian club held its Wedncs- IBay .attornoon session at the homo of Kirs. '0. A. Holmstead. Mrs A. W. Kavis nvo a book review of the Buttle Minister." I No matter what prico, no matter IBh&t quality, no matter what article, B-Cnlpman's will guarnntco them all. H,'o credit any moro at Chlpman's, In Kteaa thereof aro LOW PRICES. I Jnmcs "W. Tnylor left this week for flaho Falls, where ho goes to act ,g agricultural Buperintcn...

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. — 5 February 1916

AMEIUCAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAV, FEBRUARY 6, 1916. -------- I H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS A Mrs L. 3. Dunyon of Draper, Is hero ' fur u week's lslt with her mother, ti J Mm. Ann Oiuuti. H& Mis Msblo Tnylor of Provo, was Kf ' pof 8turday to spend the night with n. ;liir mother, .Mrs. Jtuiios 1), Taylor. M " C. H, Dennett of California, has boon HkK ilmfe aiiondlnx n row cnys with his sIb- f tor, Mm. Jnmos 1). Taylor, who lint flr liiou Vfciy III nil winter. m '' .Tohn Sabln In confined to his homr fl -.this weak with blood poisoning in lilt fl' font. Knrl Hawkins is assuming the Hr rititlo of Icacher In the local school K In Mr. Saliln's place. R Tim officers nud teachers of the Bl Fourth Wurd Hundny School jilonflnnt l If surprised Ren IlMlllday at his hom , VltiBduy evening. At the end of K jolly evening tho merry-maker par 3 tOQk of delicious refreshments. ? K MIm Revn Heck, who Is nttondlnr m tho WoHtinlimtor Collogo In Salt Lake spent tho foro part of tho week here fl? with her p...

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