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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 5 February 1916

VMERICAN FORK OITIZEK. SATURDAY, FEDRUARY ?mWBBMBBBM!IMBBWBBBBWlB Pleasant Qroye Department lUOOD WOMAN I IS LAID AT REST I Mrs. KJorstln Rnemusscn, mother of I Qunnar Ernest Rasmusscn, Annie I Rasmusscn, passed away Monday I alter a long illness of cancor and pa I tlcnt suffering. Sho was tho widow I of tho Into Nils RasmusBcn, who died I about eight years ago. Sho was born I n Stora Koplngo, Sweden, July 21, 1 1858, and was baptised a member of I which tlmo the Mormon church in 1002. Sho with I her husband and family camo (o Utah I In 1906, slnco which timo sho has made I pleasant Orovo her homo, whero sho I bas lived a quiet life and earned the I love and respect of all hor neighbors I and acquaintances. I Funeral services woro held in the I Tabernaclo Thursday afternoon. I Joseph Hilton presided. Tho other I tpeakcrs were, Nells Monson, Wilford Poulson, Axel Bloomqulst of Amer I lean Fork, Andrew Chrlstotfcrson of H Lehl, President S. L. Chlpmnn and I Bishop Walker. Miss Orpha H...

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. — 5 February 1916

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY G, 191C. ''1 B? ' ' K AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Ht Olcn Clark of I'rovo, was the guoit Hti I of Mlus Lnurn JJnesett Stindny. Hf; Alias Clam Doylo of Lohl, wns the Hl guest of Mrs. ltubo Chlpmnn Mondny. Hff Milton Fletcher was n Bait Lako H visitor Sunday. Hr Mr.nnd Mrs. Fred Houston spent H" Saturday and Suniluy In Salt hake. H. Kbcn DIoomnulBt wan a Salt Lako Hf visitor Sunday. W. I'. SamuelBon of Ogdcn, was ti v visitor In tills city Monday. Hr II. C. Cotton of Chicago, was In H-' Ammlcan Fork Monday on business. V: Tho MIsbub Kunlco Jacobson and Hs Anna Mnthlson spent Saturday and k j Sunday In Salt Lnko. H, Mr. mill Mrs. S. L. Chlpinan spent B' Sunday In I'rovo an tho guests of V 'lr daughter, Mrs. Carl Eyrlng. B Mrs. Kllcn Hoftmlns of Gunnison H In lioro visiting hor daughter, Mrs H Karl HoIniRtond. H C. W. Purrlngton returned to Salt H Lake Monday, after an extended visit H hero with his wlfo and bnbe. Hf: Peter Crystal and wlfo returned to Hj) 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. — 19 February 1916

pgjgj Keep Poflrt on Am. Fork Canyon-iMM)ng Mlilll rcmp A h illSlfSBM Emericanrk Citizen I M " E !T!!!!fliAT'tA'f PKDRUAUY lit, litlO. NUM11BR 4fi M m- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, 8Ag (' l RES and MINING l IS ONE OF IjtimflG MINES H'cct of Milling ' Shipping Hitiu'tl l'r Out I'lie lluii.U el With Indications of Its llv Hoiurl. I'urllur. I Miller,' Supeilntcn.de.il nnil Hiirr of the leaso on the I'acl I camo down from tho cunyon k and brings good reports oi ;rcss his mon arc making In i on tho big flssuro and block tho ore. Mr. Miller 13 ono of ;t ictlccnt men In tho gamr ilea any tendency towatds ox in. Hut his accounts of tho bo ' Df the l'aclflc fissure makes II t for somo to fully realize that llttlo work one of tho biggest in tho Btnto is being opened rtady tho work done, has re in .i nrnctlcnl certainty that to n practical tvnuiiiw re has been blocked out In tho Mine by Mr. Miller, than wat out or the famous Miller Mill' its caily bonanza dayfl and sub t history. 1'ctcr MU'er tuuncl...

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. — 19 February 1916

--l AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN', SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1016. ' M" HT AMERICAN FORK LOCALS B. Mr. mid Mm. M. 0, Maiifihn nml lit- Hl Ho daughter were t ho gnenta of I'rof. Hy I nnd Mrs. O. .1. P. Wltlstoe of Suit l.iiko Hj , Saturday nml Sunday, Hw I , Mr. nml Mrs. Leo. T. Hliclloy out. Hf ' tallied til dinner Sunday, Mr. mid Mih. HdV Itnhqrt Pioclnr mid Mr. mid Mro. I -oil HI llobliitttiii. HR MM. Thoinim Coddlnnton ontortiiln- HHP. rd Wednemlay Ml n kensliiKton. About HH' twenty IiiiIIcm won' picHcnt, mul en- HH) Joyed pcwIiik and eluit, followed by a HH: ilellcloiiH luiirli. HK' Mr. mid Mih. Andie.w r'nlrinonl and IB; (leorKO I., atnufTer of Mrretir, Hloppfd HH-. orr hero Tuesday on tlie.li- way to I'm- HB; to, slid worn I ho guests o( f Honda nnd HI; relatives- F Au,-JntllHlloii In oxlended to all tliu HHV latHon of Amorloiin Fork to attend a B mecllnj; to lie lield In tho Tabcrnnclo HH on Tneaday in;jst. A special program HH) on Wnnhlngton'fl birthday lma been HH arra'rjged. B Mr.nd...

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. — 19 February 1916

. . A,.,-nUtfrtrirfttTt7.hN,( ftAt'R!AY. FH11U 1HM t ., l ! MEIUOAN FORK LOCALS Thomas Coddlngton wna a business ltor In Provo Monday. His Vlrglo Sprntley spent Sunday In mo Canyon vlsltlnft friends. President S. L. Chlpmnn made u sliicsa trip to Salt Lako Monday. itr and Mm. L. W. Galaford wero It Lake visitors Sunday. n j I.. Huehcl was a Salt Lako Itnr Saturday and Sunday.. ttiul Sm ii In' Ail. mi I.clil past'. I' lr and Mrs. F. M. fUrown wero itor. '" ""ovo last week." H- t tnpson of Ogdon, made a line j tilp to this city Monday. Hu your garden and Brass seed' lc oii can get Just wlmt you want H I'i'du aio all fresh stock tinr uiiieed. (let the prlcoa at Chip H u thin Ulckeraon and,fninMy, Alum lev and Grace rtoWl'ey returned to ft homos In Salt Lnko Monday.. ft : Samuel Wngstaff spent one daj ntck In Lehl with Mr. WugsrufTY Br, Mr Azer flacker. H - ftrcn Aydclottc of Salt U-ike, visit ft Is patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P lotto, Sunday. ftton Fletcher went to Hchcr Sat-ft- c cuing t...

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. — 19 February 1916

H' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1916. I The Lehi Department HHH IMMi 1 " FOR WINL5 KARK Be Hj Will he (lie .Most llrnullfiil I'nrk In v Ciillit- Slnle. Wild lis 'Hire- Aires Bj of Uiiis", Tires ntiil Slirnlili(T). B a rimtr.ul was sii;iud Saturday B,' 11I14I1I by Lehl City with Nicholas, Hy- V t Iiiiwoi cir Mn It Lake, wlictrhy llio latter B rut- the Hum or $.1:1221., iikm'I'h in hiiji- H iily mill HiipcrvlKo the planting an HT Willi)' I'Hll.. Till'IC llle 2M tlCCS llllll V- aw rIiiiiIih lulled fiir III the pluns. H Tim In '0 will be fium Vt to 2 In- B ()li In iltinncier mid i'ohL from $1.00 H, lo $'1.00 I'lii'li, I plnrH costing t ho lilt- (or in Ice. In Hie lint mo 118 vmlitlcii, HL including tin; imohI. beautiful trees Hint H , run In) uinwii In t!il latitude. There H will In- is Silver Maples, :)S (ln-en AhIi Hk 28 Oiientnl Sycamores, 30 lliillt'imil Poplars, 30 American Lindens, Id Br i r 9",":sM' f - """ -'x f( W: ! J 10 ( - "S -r , J m v Lt r 'I f rf Mi 'ft t...

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. — 19 February 1916

AMftftlftAtt MM CITIZEN', S VITRO Y. frnnnt u,v ift VM, y- ..: (s LEHI LOCALS. AND PERSONALS ) ( Ita D. Wino of Salt Lako made a business trlii to Kohl Tuesdu). Mr. ami Mrs. JCnrl Thoinsen spent' Tuesduy In Suit Uiko City. Victor Mason made a business tilp to Salt Lako Tuesday. , Have your shoes repaired by ono who learned tho trado nt tho Economy Shoo Shop on Main struct. You will bo given satisfaction. 12tf Doc. Watson left Tuesday for Salt l.akc uuil a business tilp through the northern part of tho state. A now baby gltl ortlved at tho home of Mr, and Mrs. W. V. Dlelyrsou Tuesday. FOR RL'NT Two- ioohib for light housekeeping. Mrn. L J. CrclBhlon, Lehl. l'J-2t S. I. Goodwin spent Monday and Tuesday in connection witli tho other members of tho school board visiting the schools of Alpine, Highland and H I'rovo Hench. B Compare tho Quality Compare the Trices You can 'then bo the Judge I and Jury, too. Chlpman's. fl Victor Larson left Wednesday for I Tremonton where he has taken over ...

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. — 19 February 1916

K AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATt MAY, FEimt'ARV 19, lSlfl. ;. J ' LEHI LOCALS Bv Bs 5 , MIhi Mlldied Crnbb spent Kililny W nnil HhMihImj fn Suit I .like. JFwj MM Mis. Charles Oitiitn enteitnlned lit IP a koiislimfiin Thinsdiiy afternoon. Wm " Mr Mmv Winn It iiilii' III nt her f . V I. .11. and Mrs. W. E. Kviiiih apont tho M , I'hJ In Holt Lnliu. 4 i iKi: teli phone to ('lilnnin'a anil ji nilK tlellwvy io tiny p.nt r the jl ' , 'li -nend Hi jour iinli'i. flt Har (Itmfw, wlm linn boon woiklni? f In lyon BIiBUl Mummy In l.ehl, M(m LIHInii Nelson In opening ii la 0 Mlllfnrrj ifihp at Alt. Pleasant. l MtM Marie N limn hpcnt uild-wcok m' in Hull Lnltn. m ' S i llt'tlll Sllllllll' il. nil I. (Ill pillCO. t K ' Mcri, Ileber ami ThcMHi llonnloli ..'" wit to Sail Illicit Filday In attend By thu Junior I'lniii. ir tin- lr. or lT. K Bfj? Mr Mm i m 1 i Hlownit onloitnlncd at BFta i H WK'd o'tl fuhloiicd "rni;-boe" Alun- HSjg llliy :I Ifl'lKKMI. . Hl Urn. Small KmiJofii Ir inl Iny In nfiji ' Muirny ...

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. — 19 February 1916

iflaflflfll AMBfttflAK fork ciTim, satprday. frrruaIiy in m, I fll Pleasant Qrove Department I OLD FOLKS' Mil"" Saturday, Fcbiuary 12tli, Lincoln's tilithday, was Old Folks' icunlon hero It was a beautiful day and In keep, lug with tho beautiful smiling races of those assembled lo pailnko or the bounties and woids of good cheer thai had been iircpni'oil for them, lly l o'clock-all were uift-Iy a-s(mhloil In Ihu Tabernacle, which wart fitting! decorated for the omission. Visitors from u dlHtanco woie: Clco. Margetts and wlfo of Salt Lako; Pros. A. J. Evans and Pros. J. II. Clnrko ol tho Stake pioshlency; 13. F Wnlkn and wlfo of Llndon, and Win. (Irani and wlfo and .lames Crystal or Amer ican Fork. Owing to tho Illness of chairman Wm. Hayes. A. 13. Cooper of Pleasant drove, was master .of ceicmonlcs. lleforo dinner the following pro gram was tendered: Singing by (ho eongiegatlon, "How Finn n Foundation." .Prayer, Ulshop Olpln. Address of welcome, Mayor S. I,. Sweniion. Song, Ooo. Marg...

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. — 19 February 1916

: AMElUCAN FOttiC C1T12BM, SATURDAY, FfiDUtUUV 16, 1M. r-w f "!" I! AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS ffl J H Cmu'ii or I'roo, was visit Be 01 iii (lilu city Monday. HE Wniien Anderson has accepted a Kgr position with Hie 'lliorntun Unii; Co, ML Mm. I'JIUmIicIIi Mini suit vv;u) n Hall m Luke tlslinr Wednesday. $ Itoj U Holding of I'mivii was u Hf ilRltor III llils city Wctlnosd.i.v. m' Try (in i Coin til I lie 8nnliiuy Meat it .mil Utovary. rClmrld nd Coition Hcoves or Hull . . I.il,e woro tho bi""1'" f rolnllw licio A ( Tliuri'1 ,y. A m a Mcufira. Milton llrown and Leslie M Smith iie I'iiivo visitors Wednesday. I Mr. end Mm. David Condor spent Jft Snmtigr In Lchl.wlth Mr. and Mra. Al- W" 1 "h ICrl. K ' ; . K-. .Mi'Hlci rlHiciico lluiiliou of NopliI m ' Is here vIhKIiiI Jili mini, Mis. I-:. K. ,l i j if '" " flr ; ' Tor nioiuiiiiPiitn ami f.au cmelon iBbfelJ win It ' A lliinldur, l.itlil. ,'lll- ( l.'oiiurd Slii'llcy nimli' n business :fflH irl to 8xll Ulto mid HouiitJful Wul- lfl)...

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. — 26 February 1916

ijgffij Keep Posted on Am. fort Gaflyon-bfcjjming Mining Camp ol the Stale fOjgyjs 1 I AmericaniJrFCiti2ei I V0L- X1" AMERICAN FOlteUffW.jffiyUmAY, FEimt'AUV seTww! NUMBER 4 11 1 1 Mines and Mining I PACIFIC STOCK GOES I SKYRGGKEriNG H Slock (or Which 10 cents was Ilcln Offered Two Weeks Ago, 'ow Jte. fused 40 cents Full llreast of Ore H In 'ew Upraise. H Two weeks ago several blocks or H Pacific stock woro being offered at H from 10 ccntB to 12 cents per share. Gradually tho price began to climb and yesterday an offer of 0 cents was made with none to bo obtained at this figure. People who have kept posted by reading of the mine's behavior, ns H given In this paper, were not sur H prised at the rapid rise of the stock, nnd would not be at nil surprised to sec It reach a valuo of $1.00 per share, as this figure would only 'giro the H property a valuation or $400,000. Tho Fissure Leasing Co.'s stock, while H none Is for sale, is reported to be worth $480 por share, which gives the Lea...

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. — 26 February 1916

1 - EmE T ( , - K' Arcli I r iv 'I. I hV u'7 rfl.i !fl lUlU ' " American fork oitizes, Saturday, February 26, mo. . ' .: ., , . fl ir.vri: American fork locals fl Mr. uiitl Mrs. M. A, Wild wore the fl IjucstH or Miv (Hid Mrs. C. If, Roberts H or Klrkhnm Friday. fl TluiniiiH Thuiman or Lehl ii ml Cora H Clieenwooil of American Koik were fl married in Salt Lnko Wednesday. They fl m f II make their home In Lehl. fl Mrs. Ili'iuy Mncklln ami children fl spent Sunday In Mill Creek visiting H Mrs. Miieklln's Kinmlmotlicr, Mrtt. H I tun mi IVhr.soii, and also her brother, fl K. .1. It. A. I'eliinoii. H Tht' (liitne for tins Cup. SiiiiiIii'n Wa Hall, I'rldii), March :ird. IB Ullnt Is tlio name of a now product Kg that will noon bo on (lie market It Ih IB a natural pioiluct made by hot Ino HB on i' big deposit of llmo In Millard fi CohiiIv, mid Ig mild to oxeell In Itn lint- jB mal .;!!.' any cnlcotntne artlflcally KB iiii.de. Ii pioinlttPH to make Utah fain- KB "Hi 'in ii enleoinlne pi mince...

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. — 26 February 1916

I M....mn wu. mtkH. 8ATUflt)AV, mmvAw n. m. " M Kmerioan fork locals ' Arch West ot aarloiid, whb tha,gucst Kf Karl Hawkins thin week. BiAndy T. Smltli spent Sunday In Salt .Ike with his family. Miss Mae Gn'rff Was a Salt Lake Blsltor Monday and Tuesday. I Syd Smith of Salt Lako made a busl Hess trip to American Fo'rk Monday. Messrs. J. L. Firmogo and C. L. Rur lcttc were Salt Lako visitors Sunday. I Steven Woods Is able to bo mound Again, after a long illness of rheuma Blsm. I Niels Nelson, Ammon Olsen and Jed ireenwood spent Friday In Provo" Can Bon on a fishing trip. B For monuments and fine cemetery rork see A. Draddcr, Lehl. 30-tf I The Misses Emma McCnrrle, Norma lammer and Ferrol Stewart of Lehl, Spent Monday with friends In this city. I O. 0. Hoag of Now York was hero Monday on business connected with Ihc Golden Rule stores. I Mrs. James Dunkloy rcturnod to Bait Lake Tuesday, after a brief visit Hv-ith relatives and friends here. H Klva Chlpman, came over from Pro Bo Sunday ...

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. — 26 February 1916

JPAMEmCAtT FORK CtTlgE.M. SATURDAY, FEBRUAftV H Ml ' l The Lehi Department I Irrigation Company 1 Increases Capacity H Utah Canal Irrigation Company Will Build. New Canal, Two mm More Pipe Lines, Extend Buildings and Install WBk Two More Fumps. IBS Ground was broken this week for a Is new cntinl which the L'tnh Lakn Irrl IB gallon Co. Will Imllil from Its plant Wm ono mile south of Saratoga to u point m nenr Klrkhnm, six miles north. This HE ctum I will he sixty feet nbovo tho HD hike and ilvcr level nml 10 feet lower IE than tho Company's present canal ex Hj tending from the plant Into Halt Uiko H . County, 100 feet nbovo compromise flf point on ITt till Lake, Tho purpose of H this cnnnl Is to supply water for about HE 2,000, ncios of land In tho vicinity of HE Saratoga and north as far as the IS- Cardnor and ltoberts rnuehes that lie fjt close to tho lake and rlvur. Klectrlc 91 power Is tho biggest expense In imiln 1 tiiliinncu cost of operating tho system wMm and tho new cnnnl wi...

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. — 26 February 1916

H . aBgaHoBSE. SATURDAY, PlWB I -EHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS B Thojiow brick cottage of James B AllrcJ is now up to tlio square uud B ncarlng completion. Chlpmnn'H work shoes nro bust by tH actual test. Mrs. I.lzzlo Sliaw Is spending thu week In niuehnm, visiting tier sister, AB Mrs. II. C. Hlndlcy. Xm C. K. Oilburt who has been lnborlng )n the Earl-Eaglo property -In Anicrl- KW can Fork Canyon returned home this jU week. The (lame for die Cup. S main's B Hall, Friday, -March :trd. B The local I. O. O. V. will hold their L aunual meeting hero on March 20, B when several stato olllclals wilt bo B present. Al Henry Davis Is u ery slek mini BJ and rcauires the presence of somo of B his friends at hlu bed side nil the J time. J FOR SAI.C Good alfalfa Beed also J good second hand buggy. George B Schow, Lchl. l!C-2t-p I Joseph Iloldcu spent the early part J of the week In the South end of the f county buying mules for the Southern B Cotton Planters. J Mr. and Mrs. John Woods, their son B Joh...

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. — 26 February 1916

ff AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, PEBM'AIlY 2(5, lOlC M LEHI LOCALS i j. Tod Street returned Snmlny from IJE Nevada wlino lie went on IiiihIiicss IB Mm. W. ('. Kinent mill Mi-h J H. IB Coder attended n meeting of the Re- H Imcciih at Handy Monday iilnht HI .Mi. Iliireii, n I) V. I'. Mudcnt lie- B llieicd an million on H'imliliiBtou In m Cirapel at Illxli School Monday. H 'Hie (.'iiiim- fur Hie Cup. SninlnV B Hull, Frldiij , .Hindi "lid. wM I'. A. Clilld Hienl Alonday tciiclilun B at Hie Lincoln nchool, lellcviiij: n BV teacher absent on iiecoimt of Much. m Hlshop .Inuiett II. (lardner attended Hf u u'CL'tliiK of Hit; oCiiuly CoiiiiiiIhsIoii- Bff IMS nt l'roo Alonday. HI About thirty Mends of .Tcbko Fox Iff - savo him a. blitlidny Mirpilnu part) B at his home In (lie Find Ward Alonda) Sw,, Alts 0 W. (irooabcek rutiirned Moil- '' ilny from a week'n IhII Willi filendu In Imp. Salt Lake. Hk Itev. I.iiiIwIr Thomncii of I'rovo NU preached Hie Mormon at Hm Conmea Rff tlonnl service;! Sun...

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. — 26 February 1916

B 'im B AMtfltltiAN fHk CWttiH. SATURDAY, PKSROAftY 2(j, lajg. 11 Pleasant Grove Department I BANT GROVE PLE ENTERTAINED H THE WHITE HOUSE Hrr from Mrs. D. Arnold Went, HJ Miss Ora Ilnrvcy of Pleasant Hmw residing in Washington, Hllti how she Hiid her husband, their Intimacy with Congrcss Hwcll and his daughters, were Ho attend the second of the oer Httntc rcccptlono which mark Htc House social program thlb rccptlon, n brilliant affair In HJ the Supremo Court Justices. Hjsldcnt and Mrs. Wilson re Hrom their western tour in H greet their distinguished Ht 9 o'clock on Feb. 4. The HCrr ushered first into the Hil cast room of the White fthcrc the decorations were Hnd flowers. Here the mill c asked their names. They n presented to tho President charming wife. Tho "First Hthe Land" looked very lovely Hark velvet gown. She Ib very H When Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hrc presented to her she said Hlghtcd to know you." The Ht, weary with so many lntro H smiled his acknowledgement. Ipleasantgrove j wi...

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. — 26 February 1916

j., AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2C, 191C. B RB j! AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I HB -Miss Dorothy Chlpiiiau wus ii Provo, BBB visitor Saturday. IflK J,((in:i(l llciuiilil wuh I'iovo visit- BJg or Friday, BXw Clilpmnn's work shoes lire best by Watflt urtllill If Hi. sif Mia. Illmiulio l.o of Ogdcn, Ih hero Sif vlslllng Iter parents, Mr. mill Mrs. J. Eff w. Ovarii. Rxff Miss Ethel Kdlcy him returned Kff home from n six week's visit In Salt Km- Lake with friends. MEH Mrs. Jacob Greenwood left Satur- BBfl tiny for n lirlcf visit In Suit Luke with Hnl her daughter. IB1I Mis. Margaret LniigstafT of Provo, Bi Ifl hcru Uniting her daughter, Mrs. HhT Lewis 1 limey. Hw Miss Allco Dunn loturned to Smith- Has field this week, after n plenHnnt visit H?f hero with Mrs, Win. Moylc. iCj '; Minn Orn Lynch wiih the micet or IB ' MIhh l.yda Wlicelun of Salt l.ako lust Hi ' week. Hi I'. M. Anderson, who Is working n& HI drug clerk nt tho Thornton drug store tmjt ot Murray, wiih ...

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. — 4 March 1916

I & iwm i - M&flWY 1 IgggKeep Posted on Am. Fork Canyoigllie Mg oi the State llssl American flrkXitizen H VOL, XIII Si?BPBt ' ' . .1 h fl , AMERICAN FORKCITIZKN, MflBVJY, MARCH 4, laid i AT ill iil I NUMBER 47 '$ IMany Companies Are 1 I Ready To Cut Loose liliiT Thirty Properties Wnltlug for Kliring to l'Grmlt Their Commcnc. Insr Active Development Work. fl Am. Fork Canyon Is destined to be, Ifltuc moBt actively developed camp in Bjthc state the coming year. Wherever Bitic goes mining men aro talking American Fork canyon. Properties Blmt have laid dormant for years will Biow bo dovclopcd. In almost every distance the old system of shallow workings will glvo plnco to a sys jfltcm of deeper mining, because, of the tevelntlon that this system of dcvcl jHfcpmcnt hns revealed In tho deep ninlng being dono on the Texan, tho jflkarl-Engle, tho Pacific, Mineral Flat, Jjeloropiinn, Day state, Pittsburg, flAvasatch Hnnga and other properties Hliat were nctlvo tho paBt year and arc low...

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. — 4 March 1916

BBt BT " AMKRIOAN TORK CITIZKX SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916. B K; 1 "BIRTH OF A NATION" BBE' ' 1 Hjf At tlic Suit Lake Thcalrc, Salt Laic Bgj' City, Utiili. He E ' D. W. (Irimth's mighty spectacle, TC "Tho Illrtli of a Notion" begins Its cn- H' gngement at tho Salt I.nko Theatre H( .Monday, .March C. There will bo two ' performances dally, at 2:15 and 8:15. H- .N'othlng llko thin wonderful nttrac- V tlon has ever been seen upon tho lo- V cal boards. It Is given hero exactly 1 as It Ih being presented In New York Hr City, whero tho big drama has brok- K en every record In tho Mago lilstory H. of tho first city In the country. In l addition the. plcco has plied up roc- l ord engagements In Chicago, Hnston V San Francisco and Los Angeles. fl- ' It covcrn n wldo range of American BBB, history and touches only tho highest BBY. points of Interest In tho great events BY that led up to nnd terminated tho BBg Civil war. Tho forco that slavery BBE played In producing this Irlsls Is trn- BBT red fr...

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