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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 March 1916

I m m AMBmtlAN KUltlC QITISHN. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 191Q. 1'H I AM. FORK LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Ingorsoll were visitors nt tho state capltol Tuesday. Jnmc3 Parker spont Saturday In Salt l.ake. Hj Clinrlcs Thorno was a business vis- itor to Hcbcr Sunday and Monday. 1 For monuments and fine cemetery H work see A. Braddcr, Lchl. 30-ti H Jacob Orocnwoocl Is home again H after a visit of sovcral days In Salt H Lake. H .Mrs. Abo Greenwood spent Monday H In Lohl with her parents. Mr. and B Mrs. David Lossce. 8 Mrs. Alma Greenwood spent tho H week In Salt Lako with friends and H relatives. H Mrs. Francis Little of St. George S was the guest of American Fork H friends the first of tho week. Mm Mrs. T. M. Drown nnd babies were MM the guests of relatives In Provo Frl- m day and Saturday. M Miss Myrtlo Hanson of Draper Is tMm here, tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. M, II. fl Spencer. 1 Virgil Groo camo down from Salt MM I.ako Sunday and spent tho day with 'Mm his family. -Mm J. R. Secly of Salt Lako I...

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. — 4 March 1916

t) AMKU1CAN F011K CITIZEN, SATUUOAV, MAKCH 4, 1910, 1 the Leh i Department 1 m MERLIN SOUTHWICK TELLS0F ENGLAND Bl , lleltirii Homo After Helng In War Iff one fur Ncnrl) Thirty Months in lii Sccrctnrj of IJurojitnn .Mission. Bit! M Willi Southwlck icturiied Sunday Rmi , from Ills Mission to Knglnnd. lie left Hjp! I.rhl Septombcr 11, 1913. Ho was HJJ first assigned lo llurnley In tlio I.lvrr- fc ' pool Conforoucc, nml nftor 4 montliH, HS! was inndo Conferenco secretary with Km headquarters (it Ulackburn. Ho fill Bxj ft cd this position for C montliB nnd wns BSH&t, tlicti transferred to Liverpool, whero tt'. ho nerved ns emigration clerk for the, HHtBt rlmrcli, nnd was then mndo decretory HJi'ffj fr t,ln European MIbsIoii, which posl- HfEift Hon ho held at the tlmo of hh rclmno f! early Inst month. Ho enjoyed hl fflt mission very much nnd roturred homo jP !n Rood health. I'Ji Mr. Southwlck talks rntrr'nlnlngly Ijjt of conditions In Knglnnd. The, people mH nro Just waking tip to th...

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. — 4 March 1916

I 1 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, BATURDAV, MARCH 4. me. 1H LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS H Mrs, Groosbeck and children wero H visiting In Sprlngvillo Monday. H Horace Hardy, tho small son of II. p. Hardy Is quite 111 with bronchitis. H C. V. Karl wns a Salt Lako visitor H Wednesday on mining business. H Sylvian Clark and his sister, MJrl, H spent tho week-end visiting in Provo H and Lnkovlow. H The nowsiefit thing that you can H road is Chlpmau's nd on first pago H uf Citizen. H Miss Rhoda Mullett of Salt Lake H la spending a few weeks with Mrs. A. h. Ball. H Mr. and Mr3. John Cooper were In H Bait Lako Monday on busincoi. The) H arc going to mnko their future home, H there. H FOR SALE Good alfalfa seed also H good second hand buggy. George H Schow, Lchl. 2G-2t-p B Ilaoll Oorton and Junius Dnvls who m linvo been teaching school for tho past H mouth have returned to Salt Lake to H complete their courses. H Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Knudson who H havo been visiting Mrs. Knudson'n H relatives In Prov...

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. — 4 March 1916

AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916, ILEHI LOCALS Mrs. KM Hatchclor, who was very III laHt week la Iinpranlng. Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Smith spent Tuesday with friends In 1'rovo. Mrs. A. J. Klrklintn spent .Sunday with relatives In Provo. John T. Winn was u Salt Lake vis itor Monday. Wlllcs Sehow left for IJIngham Can yon Monday to work In the mines. W. J. Hlggs madei a buslneis trip to Salt I.nko Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William St. Jocr of ilennlon, weio visiting relatives In Lehl Sunday. Chnrloy College Is making a trip through Southern Utah with the Idea of locating there. Hob Drysdalo underwent a minor operation nt tlio hospital the past week. Mr. and Mrs. ClcorBu H. Smith, Jr.. left Wednesday for Rlockfoot, Idaho, whero they will reside. Don l.ovcrldRO was cnlled to I'rovo Monday, because of the death of his youngest sister, Mrs. Matilda Carter. Elgy Rhodes mid Henry Thomas left early In tho week for Idr.ho to seek employment. Miss Zclpha Zimmerman Is i pend ing a week with ...

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. — 4 March 1916

H sbbbbbbssbssbbbbissbbbssbbsbWbbbbssiHtB m J 3 H ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1010. "' I I Pleasant Grove Department Banning company i will operate Irectors Voto to Employ Jlnnngcr M liny Now .Machinery nml Conduct H Vctlre Canning Cnmpnigii. m The best news Hint Iuib come to ils city for a long tlmo was Riven ut this week by the directors of the lensmit Drove Canning company that hc) will commcuco work at onco pro arlng for an nctlvo canning enm Baign the coming season. H Negotiations are now being made or n manager to tako nctlvo charge Bf tho factory, and he will probably Brrlve In the, city In n few days. B Orders will bo placet! at onco for Several thousand dollars worth of new Ktachlncry to make the plant one of lici most modern In tho Btato. M u Is tho Intentions to commence Banning beans early In tho r.enscn and ontlnuo operations till tho end of tho Banning season in November. One mndrcd and fifty acres of tomatoes Kvlll bo grown If that mnny can bet Secured...

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. — 4 March 1916

AMERICAN' KOftK Q1T1ZW. SATURDAY. MAtlCH 4, 1916 H 2ZZ- - JL i j AMERICAN FC?J: LOCALS AND PERSONALS J II Miss Mcrl Smith spent InBt week In Lehl with her grandmother, Mrs. Sar- nh Rhodes. J Clyilo Robinson arrived lioro last Friday for n brief visit with his ' brother, Ilced, nnd wife 4 The Apollo (cam played Sprlngvllle Saturday evening nnd defeated lliein " by a narrow margin, the score being i Clydo Parkw stopped off lioro on I Ills way to Provo from Logan and - sprat Friday and Saturday with rcln- $ 10c n pound off on all OoldeJi ante coffco from March Cth to 11th at the i Snnllnry Meat and Grocery. "4 Ur. J. H. Hchcy resigned his posl- ,' tlon with thn Salt Lake firm and Is '4 ready to take up his business hero Tho Hcbcr bnskct ball team and their conch, I.mllc Orernwood, ro- ,n. mnlncil over Saturday In American :' Fork. Mrs. Shlrl Wilson arrived hero Frl- i day from Provo for a short visit with . her grandmother, Mrs. Hosa M. Ilrom- j. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomns Coddlngton r entert...

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. — 11 March 1916

fejS Keep Posted on Am. fork-Canyon Coming MiningCamponheS J AMERICAN FOUR OlTl? EN, 6ATUUOAY, MMIC'II 1, mifi " If I mW i NlWUlUlt -IS III mW( DYKE CUTS 1 PACIFIC FISSURE kHiis Three I'cbt of Steel (Jnlcna In ti. "ruho anil All Its Oro Illns I'lllcd WBffllh From $.".0 lo if;r, orr. .98 H 'I'artlw who camo down from tho 4Bicl(lc mine this week report that tlic 5QHncrs in drifting north on tho big ksurc had encountered on eight foot Krphry dyko that cut through on an most cast-west direction Tho mln- Hs hail Just gotten through tho dyko ftd It had not yet been determined bother the vein continued on through He porphry In Its regular course, B whether It had faulted. The por- ftry Itself was liberally filled with jHlcmt and appeared to bo at least of 'lllng grade. 11 will bo Interesting Vifl learn whether this east-west dyke Bntalns oro ull the way. It is cut- ig in tho direction of tho Old Wyo- "ng and may be a now eourcc of oro Bpply which only development work In tell. Tho now rals...

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. — 11 March 1916

Wrr( AMERICAN FORK C1T12EN, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, lftlC. M 1 w DESTRUCTIVE FIRE 1 if CAUSES $2,300 LOSS Hr A ill iniiti fn' hi It) o'clm It Hs Thiirsdu) niKlit chuim the total dcs- H tniutloH of tin Inirn nnil wmic shed. P'' Willi liorncs, hay ami Implements or B' Wallibiilii (.'Illinium In the south prill If Of town Tim Iohh totalH $2,300 ns foU B.,1, lows: ham )i00, fences $ir,I), set in m;. lioi-lun $7uO, two sets IiiiiiicUkch $7fi, ' ST. Ion liny $:i7r,, mnchineiy and Im- ,' lllfllllLlltB $ri(Mi lllHllrilllCC $1011 H Thi) flin was nut (llni iiM'K.mI till the I; bum was all In Humes mul loo Into Hiv to liberate the lioirtt'H which kicked H mid frantically tried io escape. No K (i i in knows tln origin of tin; flu-, lull H! It Is thought to haw Ik en caiucd liy Mtf triuiipK. riH .loliti W Chlptiitin's barn. H) located on tli" Rami' block was bum- 1 (il about ihrie weeks Hgo. cause aim M'l. uiikiiuwn 'III'' III'' llPpUttllll'Ilt tmi tl II gOOil M, I nil bill the rlfiniPM bail such n ...

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. — 11 March 1916

I ' w m . .- . . - AMenfCAM pork crriaEtt, Saturday, mauch n. 191c. ii LOCALS H in'i tutu dinner set. H J. J. Thomas at Ogdcn, wns u busl- Bncss visitor hero Monday. H ' H Messrs. Lcsllo Smllli and .MIHoti Brown were Piovo visitors Monday. H Abucr Chlptnun hits purchased a new Bulck. H Miss Lllllc Singleton wns tho guest H( I'rovo friends Sundny. H W II. Poole left Tuesday for a vis Hi In Garfield mid Hlnghami H For monuments and f.uo ccnieter) Hvork see A. Dradder, Lchl. 3u-i. H Alma Greenwood inudo a business Hrlp to I'rovo Monday. H Mrs. Agnes Shlnglcton of Salt Lake, Hn-ns the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Leo T. Khcllcy Sunday. H W. S. Williams left the latter part k( Inst week for an extended visit In Wocatcllo, and Wushlngtou, D. C. H Miss Clara Doy'c of l.clil, was the kuest of her mint, Mrs. Ruben Chip Eiun, Tuesday. m Mrs. Alma Berg of Lchl, spent Tucs ay here, tho guest of Mrs. John Berg Knd Mrs. Olive I'omcroy. B Mrs. Joseph Davis and little sou of tldvalc, spent Friday and Satu...

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. — 11 March 1916

i AMERICA fr'Onk CITIZEN, SAT.tlRpA?, MAttCrt ll, fold. ....w::-j------'--r - -- .- p . B 1 lire Lefri department I MRS. HARRIET A. JACOBS ANSWERSJAST CALL Whs Member of Prominent I'limll), An l.'nrlj Selller mill u lleiuled I'liuri-li Worker. Funeral services for Mrs. Harriet Aimtlii Jacobs were hold In tho Tabor uaelo Wcdnendiiy (it 2 o'clock v. m. Tlio largo nttcinlaticG, tho many beau t f f til floral offerings, the, resolutions of respect and the eulogies paid to bur ehnrnctor attested the high esteem In which she Ip held by the, romniun Hliihnp .Inmes It. Oardner preside over the 'irrvlccH and tho ward choir fiunliihed the niuslo. Tho speaker President A. J. Evans, Edward Southwlek, ('resident S. L. Cblptnnii lllshop lllake of Sugar City and Jos eph V MoMurrln of Salt hake. Mr Haillo Klttlngor sang a solo, Aitliui Livingstone and Mrs. Jcnnlo Webb t duet and Miss Mario Nelson a solo A, It. Anderson gnvo the, Ivocatlou and lllshop J. 11. Hlndley the benediction Mm. Jacobs wns bo...

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. — 11 March 1916

BB fBl v'l M " AMERICA PORK-ClTlZfiN. SATURDAY, MAHCH 11. Mt fl B LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS IT William HadficJd was visiting icla BBcs In l'roo Sunday, Bflnoc Watson left Sunday for a busl BBss trip through Idaho. ' Read the wnnt column ads. They BBc profitable. Rev. Thouiscn of I'rovo preached H tho Congregational church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper left this BBck for Salt Lake where Mr. Cooper Bit go Into tho painting business, Krcve Thcatro tickets read Pcoplo's BB-op advertisement. H. 1. Dakcr of Salt Lake en nit down BBiiday to sco his brother, J. C. Hak BB, who has been HI. .Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smulri of 0ililr, BBro visiting relatives In l.clil the lat B part of tho week. , BVjrssc Comer who has not been In Blil for several years was in town Bfs week visiting his mother. BB)II cedar mops'saves the back and BBc muscle, only 3'Jc each and up, at BBipman's They sell for cash, that'll By Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fitzgerald' of Bapcr spent the. early part of (lie FOR SALE Two Register...

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. — 11 March 1916

I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, Hit. " " " "- -.M 1 I LEHf LOCALS B: 0. (. JuhtiMOii of 1'iovo was vlsltlm; Bgi irlmids In l.dil Sunday H9 Wllllnm AhIht this week moved In- ' to tin- llcinv Smith homo In the rii'ltl. R .Hii'k Mi, l rill of FullHt Clock, win K' vntttiiK mends In Lehl Monday. He .Mm. Funny Mono Is spending a week Mi Willi relnllvus lu Salt Luke. mSn Two wheels, with lounge to pull, HifS sulkoy, only ?l.4C at Chlpmnn'8. mm ? Huff Mr. ami Mrs. IM Sotithvvlek Hpctit MPI Tufadny in Ball Lake. Hi 1 John Cooper anil family left Monday JB, k for Stilt Lake where they aro making k . thulr fuluio homo. K i MlMtra Vein Meier and Helen Uen- K ' nloji of Salt Lake City, were, guest" K j of Prlndplo Weber Monnlon Friday 9 .Mr. Hannah Jones who hns boo'i 91 Npoinlltig a month with fi lends In C'al- Jh irornla, totiirncd home Tuesday. M S, It. Tlnmnnn of Salt l.ako, wn aTa vInIIIiik al the homo of IiIh biothois jftwj I). It. Thurmiiif, TueHilay. It Wall paper for Iioiir...

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. — 11 March 1916

AMERICAN FORK OlTIStlfo SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1916, H Pleasant Grove Department I BANNING COMPANY I CONTRACTS FOR BEANS I ANDT0MAT0ES Hkaltlmore arid Mar) land Tomntees HJ Will bo Diluted, Also .Set en Acres H of limits. HJ The Canning factory thlH week re HJclved sufficient tomato seed to plant HoO acres and lias already signed tip Hjor about this acrcago with local Mariners. They will .get tlio other 60 He res tho coming week. Fifteen acre3 HJf beans will also be signed up and Hjlnntcd soon as all danger, of frost HL over. Those, who Intend planting Htimatocs should plant them in prop HJrly constructed hot beds at once so HJicy may be transplanted into cold Blames and matured ready to set out HLout May 10. Tho Uultlmoro and BMarylnnd varieties are tho kinds that lll bo grown. BJ Several machinery men have been B& town this week to tnkc orders for Hfce new machinery that will be need Hfa. It has now all been ordered and Brings aro rapidly shaping for n busy BEnson. Fruits will al...

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. — 11 March 1916

AMEJUCAtf FOMt CITIZEN. ftAftmruV. MARCH 11, 1616. --- liB BhYbT' - - ' i m ' ; '' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS U A dinner set free for ti Utile work. Kf 'j Clareiifp. Nnylor of I'rovo was a BJ!' ' busiwts visitor hero Wednesday. BaV- BMft John H i, Is tiding aiutniil In n now BEr Italvb, Miiioh tip puiehusod recently. VM (luckoyc incubators mid liioudcr Bf , lii.t uk People's Co-op, Lchl, BB' ,y ar' uur agents. V (foorge A. Storm of I'rovo, whs vis- BV , i Kg his brothei, J. Wnlt Storrs, hoto K uomlny. M'; LhO King of Macks)', Idaho, Is bote Bl& i,,r tt extended visit will) III graud- K" mother, Mrs. Juno King. B Vti. find Mrs. Jutuoa Pntkor uceom- K , .nlfcd by Harry I.ltidloy, wont to K Hi bar Friday for a short visit Bm fln tdtM sweet pleklos nl the Hur 1 mnjston U.'.Kcry re delicious Tr BE'' ihm. B TIio ronds la tlio Fourth Ward hh M iln graded iiml imt lit first olssi Bj - -Jmito. H Big uc supply of Xu I House pin- H durts nt ".Turin Place." Salted Al- Bl Jiionds, pe...

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. — 18 March 1916

I IggjgJ Keep Posted on Am. Fork Canyon-the Coming Mining Camp of the State fecial 1 I American PoriTCitizen 1 H V0L- XI" AMKIUCAN FORK C1TIZKN, BATl'KDU, M.lui isfiyfo ' ' ' vm, 'jH 1 1 Mines and Mining I PACIFIC TO RESUME I SHIPPING SOON Peter Miller, the Can, on Wnr.l. H Gives mi Account of (lie Heccnl He M hnvfor of This Interesting Proper!. Peter Miller, manager , cIllof H owner In tho Fissure i.CnsR Co H came down from tho Pacific i.,8 week" H In an interview ho otated that the l n,clf c- n,rcnu srwt mine, was dc H ycloplng bigger with every lilK. TJu. H big body of milling oro was being on. H ened up on its strike to tho north on M the tunnel level, and now shutcs of H rich galena oro being opcnrl as tlir M blocking out process proceeds on the H' other levels. The miners l.nvo Just completed an H upralso from the tiinncl lovel to the H Intermediate level 100 feet above and H ns stated in a recent Issue, there was H n breast of two feet or high K,,0 BnI. H cnn. extending acros...

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. — 18 March 1916

'' AMERICA E6RK C1T1LN'. SATURDAY, MAftcH IS, iSl ijjB a-ir-Linr i i ir i hum n h r i I JAMES J. BECK "ISiAID 10 REST Once moie death hits stretched forth Hh invisible lut tul and taken fioin among "i" a '"J"1 III?-''". "" friend nnd brother, .liuni'S J. Heck, who died In Piou, I inli. March 12. Ifllii, fiom the effects or un ! iitltui for the removal of stone fioin the pancreas duel, nil fui mril Tuesday, Match 7. at (he 1'iovo General hospital. It wih on .lime !, ISCI, In Ausburg, Detimaik, thai James J. Heck first saw tin) light of dny, and at iho lend er age of two years, wait brought by his patents. Freilcilck and llenrlcka Heck, together with two older child ren lo Alneilca. Owing to povert and the many pi I vntloiiH liieldenl lo early pioneer life In rtah. ho was thiown upon his own resources while yet a boy. This nave him an experience and prautlfal education that could be jrnlncd In no other way, and as a re still, he became IndustiloiiH, fiugal mid HelMellant. thereby deve...

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. — 18 March 1916

fl n. n Jj- J -. AMERICAN POIlK CITIZEN, 8AT0ftbAV, MARCH 18, 1!1(5 I AM. FORK LOCALS B del that dinner m'I. n m C . H. Young, accompanied by (Hen, B Sykes, motored to Salt Lake Suudoy. m Juilgo Booth of I'loio, spent Sun- FB duy In Amcrlcuu Fork. B Miss Nell Uuckwolter npcnt Suttir- H day mid Sunday In Springvlllo. H Abncr Clilpninn hns purchased a H new llulck. H Mrs. Emma Foster was the guest of H Salt Lake friends Sunday. H Miss Florence Procter wax thogttcBt H of Nrplil friends Sunday. B Mr. and Mrs. Abncr Clilpinan weio Salt Lake Isltors Friday. Mr. and Mrs, It. V. Larson of Hall Lake, were tlio gucstu of friends here BB Sunday, fl Mr.,Ocorgla Trelorc of l'ark City. B spent Monday and Tuesday hero with fl relatives. fl Mrs, Hcber Htiggirld itiirnod Sat' urdoy from n two week's visit with flj friends In Frovo. pfll Mrs. John Anderson, who has been IHj very III with dropsy for some time Iflfl past, Is slowly recovering. Mbb Hlshop Joseph II. Storm mado a HJH business trip to the...

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. — 18 March 1916

f( AMfeftiCAN frfflK ClttatiN, SATURfaAV, MARCH 16, lM. ,n inrM ,--, - I The Lehi Department I on will sell" I CITY PAVILION HP Council lloliU IIiis; Si'tslnti ami Trait B& micIh Mncli Jniiorlaiil llitslnrsH II Tint City Council held a iokiiIiii es HP' lon Tmsiliiy eenliiK. All iiU'iiili'TS KB were, present. B2 II. M. Huyle, (lilcf nf thu flio de Bo! prill men l was picscnl ami stated Hint HI an automobile would urcntly assist tin H members In ircichinR fires iinlckly, Hi .mil staled Hint ir tho city would ad mm slst Hie department would undeitiiki Wm lo raise llic necesfliir balance. 'I'Ik MM' miijoiliy cxiiM'Mm'il themselves n lm MX- ItiK fswnalilo lo Hit purchase ami n KV fcried tin- matter to the committee o Kf fire lo woik l cat with tin' firemen B, II wna estimated that a tiuek wnuli Bf, cost $:ii0 on which a Mailable Imp BE COIlllDlC lllllll BE Councilman UobliiHon i (ported tin BS the city Jail liad hern fixed up ml. K that heieafter the cells would lie kop EH locked and...

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. — 18 March 1916

I .- -,..,,..,. . AMfiftfOAM froAK btf&M. SATURDAY, MAHCtt 1 rtiA IbBBBBbI I ' LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS B DnVld Peterson Ih preparing (o build nn addition to lila lioinc. FOIl 8AL1D Good wild buy, CH nt B Powell's Grocery, I.clil, ls-nt B Fico theatre tickets nt People's Co-op. Bj Rend the want .column (ids. They Bj aio profitable. BE Mr and Mrs. W. B. Ilncker nmdo nn BJ nuto trip to Provo Tuesdny. H John Urndslmw Is tho latest owner H of a new automobile. It is n seven pas BJ scnger Cadillac. BR Iluben Davis won the prl7a,for liav Bl lug the best work team on exhibition Bl nt the liorsei show nt Amerlcnn Fork. BB J. P. Scliow of Dtnghnm spent tho Bb early part of tho week with his ftun Bl y in Lehl B Charles Herron left Sunclny for Xc BB vadn wheic he Is working In a tung BB stcn mine. BJ Sco A. Urnddcr, Lehl for your onic BB tery and monument work. 40-tr BB Mrs. Joseph Davis lias' been spend BB in); the past week visiting her daugh- BB ter in Ulnguntn. BB Dr Conrad Nolson of ...

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. — 18 March 1916

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