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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 March 1916

B I'l M -... , . AMfintrUM FQfiK Olf JZEtt, gAf OnftAV, MAtth 18. Mid !, B Pleasant Grove Department I fiON PIONEER I I PASSES AWAY fliincral services for Mrs. Alice 0111 fli no died Tuesday .were held In Hff Llndon meeting liouso Tlinntdny fl&rnoon. nishop C. (J. .IoIiiikoii BKldcd and was ono of tno apeak flk the other speakers wore: JnmcB Bllmorn, C. D. Hnrpor, A. O. Keetcb,' flic HnnkB, RobQrt Thome and DIh flT A. I Culllmorc. May Walker fl; a solo. Tlic invocation was by BBn Y. Walker and the benediction flfllzrn F. Walker. BBrs. Olllmnn with her huBband, BKcs II. Olllmnn were among the BK pcttlors of Llndon, coming here flSG3. She was born In Burwnsb, BKscx. England, Nov. 28, 1830 and flflgratcd to Utah in tho fall of 1860. fl leaves thrco sons, William GUI BB, ot Vernal, J. C. Olllmnn mid flc (illlman of Llndon; also two Bflhtors, Mlrs. Alice White or Kock fll Idaho ami Mrs. Mary Jarman of flBon. She also has 36 grnnd-chlld-Hnml 40 great grnnd-chlldren, Her flftmnd died 4...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 March 1916

' j jj i AMERICAN FOltK CITIZEN', gATt'RDAY, MARCH 13, l9t?. ' IH m " ir ll I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS i HI- j. - "- I (let tliot dinner . 0. P. Coon of Snlt Lake, wan nn American Fork vlcltor Hatuiday. W. II. Poole leturnrd Moiulay from a slioil vlHlt In Garfield nnd Hull Lake. Henil llint nrtlclo on iilnnlliiK beans In IIiIh Issue. Mr. anil Mrs. Win. Wood of Idaho, i arrived here Saturday for a visit with ! Mr. and Mrs. Donlel Peete. Win. Moylo lins reliirnrtl to Logan, after an extended lslt hero with hl ;-i Mih. Frank Jordan of Salt Lake, spent Friday heto with lier son, Frank Hush and wife. ,' LincM Winn anlved lioio fiom San ' - IN It: Coiinlv Hnluiday for a short Ws ' It with his family. Clyde Ciookston spent Saturday ant Sunday In Snlt Lake with IiIh sister Mrs. Karl Gariett. W. (1. Case of Hall Lake win th guest or Mr and Mih. I.. W. Galsford the fore pint of the week. Mr. and Mih. M. O. Stevens of Mur ray, worn tho guests of relntlveH here Mrs. J. W. Stratton of ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 March 1916

I jjjgElgl Keep Posted on Am. Fork Canyoih-feCnniing Mining Camp at the Slate j fl AmericanTfork Citizen I VOL. X11I AMERICAN FO?K OlgWljf ATURUAY. MAtlCH 25, 1D1G. NUMBER 9 f:9l 1 1 Mines and Mining I NEW THEORIES I TO BE TESTED J In the early seventies, American HJ Fork Canyon produced millions in If fortunes from grass root propositions, Hi such ns the Old Miller, the Wild Hi Dutchman and the Live Yankee. This Hjwas nil carbonnto ore and was taken HJfrom bedded plnncs in to llmo that Hi lay on top of the quartzltcr Since the Hlcarly days, sovcral fortunes have been Hltakcn from tho grass roots and only Hi lust year Bcvcral carloads of big lend HkiouHlcrs were actually picked up out Hof tho wash on tho side of tho Mary HBlCUcn Culch. Hb The idea had gone forth that Atucri- HBnii Fork Canyon was n grass root HRiroposltlon, that tho oro was confined Ho a few pockets in tho soluablo lime. HBrom n fow feet to a few hundcrd feet Hwilck on the qunrtzltc. Peter Miller Hwns tho man first ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 March 1916

it - tli ' ' . v ' Bk i ' AFRICAN PORK CITIZEN, 9ATIfflbAV, MARCH 26, ttli ." ' . ", ,,,.'. , Laws of Utah Relaling lo Juvenile Courln. ,Sc. 2 uIJic .Juvenile Court hIiiiII have juriRdietion in till onstwB rclaliiiH' to tin; custody, (It'tciitioii, Kii'ii'liimsliip of the CMSOII, proliiilioti, neglect, (lc pi'iidcncy, ((liiniiPi)cy, cxiiui ' inntiiiii, tiinl, jiihI cai' of child roiiWho Aro Under 18 Years of Abo. See. 1(" Delinquent child" alinll include any child 18 '! years of no or under such njre hM ' vhi violates any law of (his ' Hlato or any city or town or fj dinauce, or who commits an i J- olVence not. punishable In 3X death or life iniprisoimienl, oi SM;T who incorrigahle, or know r,j! injjly associates with thieves SijL vicious or immoral persons, oi III who. is rowiiitf ui in idlones' p: :, or crime, or who visits or pal- ijT ('l ronies any public pool or bil- I r! ' lard room or who is found ir i'li or on any alloy or streets r fff.K public places in the slate o' fljll?...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 March 1916

II AM. FORK LOCALS Oct (bat dinner set. Gcorgo P. ClufT of Dcltu wns a vis itor hero Monday. C. W. Whltakcr mndo business trips to Salt Lnko nnd Provo tbls week. Mrs. Walter Ncedkam of Provo, was the guest of friends here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Robinson spent Saturday and Sunday In Provo. Miss Edith Ambrose is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Dinks in Salt Lake. Miss Ora Lynch left for an extend ed visit In Ogdcn Wednesday, with Mrs. Andrew Woods. Miss Mary Barrett has returned from a visit In Salt Lake with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hansen went to Salt Lako today to spend a few days I with Mrs. Georgo Elsmorc. Mrs. Bernard Chrlstcnscn and Miss Gene Cox wcro Salt Lake visitors Monday. Messrs. Earl and Clyde Steclo mot ored down from Salt Lako Sunday, and spent the day with their grand mother, Mrs. Allco Steele. Walter Golsford and Howard Green went to Draper Sunday and spent the day with friends. The trip was mado by motorcycle. Charles Anderson met with a pain, ful accident M...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 March 1916

'.t I I k I AMERICAN PORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY.MARCH M. 1H. J I The" Lehi "Department ' 1 DEATH CALLS I GEORGE WHITMAN W Imt Jin Uteri In l.olil MiuT Ions, Coiiitiii: feSi litre I'riiiii Ktiuinuil. jjj U(!OH) Whitman, lifter mi Illness of wm three weeks pnsxi'd iiwny tit tlic fain p lly residence Wednesday morning, in 4 , 1 o'clock. Mr. Whitman camo to l.eln K from England In ISfis, itnil has woikn' Eg , on the nil) i oiid hero for iiliout ? P yearn Dining (lie latter i:nl of hi K i Jlfo he luri liocn eniil(iy(.'il liy tin m ! Utah-lilaho Sugar Company, if Ho wan liorn In lludniil, England .Taiiuary 7,1811. About rifty year n n Ko he inarrleil Miss Ann Tinner wli j , with their two sons, Joshua mill (in m , still survive. They have burled tw 'if girls and three boys. jX Funeral services weie held In tin li Tabernacle Thursday lifternoon. at '' M p. m. Mshop FJold or the First Wan' Jra conducting. CouiiRelor Win. F. Our Bffl ney nave (ho opening player and Ed EH ward Southwlek tho bened...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 March 1916

HH I - V ill I AMKIUOAN POKK PITMEN. 8 WHIMY, MAHOlt 2b. l'HO. . M I ! LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I g j willcs was a wcck-ond visitor I to Bult Ike. Mrs. J F Fyffo was a week-end via I nor w'tn 'rlcndB In Salt Lake. I 0, A- Slado will havo a new Iiulck I car nrtlvc from the East Uilo week. I Jolm S. Smith mndo several trips I to Salt Lake tho early part or tho week I I.. 0. Tatt, the Salt Lake broker was I in t.ehl Monday and signed a ftvo year I agreement to act as broker to sell Lc- I hi canning pioducts. I Miss N. Wholly and Smith I spent tho week-end In Salt Lake. They H attended the "Dlrth of a Nation." I KOlt SALE Good wild hay, call at I Powell's Grocery, Lehl. 18-3t I Mcllln South wick, now an employee H of the Hank of Itcpuhllc of Salt Lake, I spent Sunday nt home with Ills par- H cuts H Mr and Mrs. Harold Christcnscu I went to Salt Lako Sunday to seo the I "Ulttli of a Nation." They returned H Monday. B Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Thorup, E. L. H lintchclor and O. A. Slado formed, a...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 March 1916

Tr7' 'I 4H ' AMERICAN FORK niTlZEM. flATimmV. AtAltCtt U6. M- , I f W LOCALS m Mist I. cull Stewart spent the week Hjj end In l.ehl, Kt Mis, Owen Ht( wiut of Park Tit. HH Hjirtil I lie pnst two wcekH with lie BI mother, Mrs. XV. 9 Hums In l.chl. HM Mrs. Felix I .our whs (tin hostess or HK a dinner party Friday afternoon. The HP 1 kuchi of honor wiih Mrs. Ilyiiuii See WM i li'y. Mrs. V Karl IJopkln's mother Hijjl Mrs, I'll ii I Miner cntertnlmil tin1 j3 membcis of llio basket bull team, thu $1$ Utah County fhnnips, and (heir pat t- mMt "r Tuesday nlulit. ftljj Mr. anil Mrs. (lny Kvnns nave ii B-llj dinner party Satin day evening In Wr lionor of tlio basket ball train, Kjf 1'"' Maiy Winn mid daughtcr Kffl Sybil, spent Friday In Salt Lake. HI Mrs. N. N. Dayton of Afton, Wyo ( BH Is the guest of Mrs, Elmer Peterson HH Miss Vein KnuilHen entertained n Hn nmnber or young Indies at a iptlltliiK HjB bee Friday evening. Hi Mr and Mm. K. A. Caldwell, who H9 bave been living In Muriay for thu ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 March 1916

f r i rr ... AFRICAN fronk citizen, BAwnnAV, MAftcii jb. im. , i Pleasant Grove Department HAS J. BACON MEETS DEATILSUDDENLY Mas 1'oiittd l'.v Side of Itnllrond b, .Section IIo:i. Thomas J. Hacon, nn old rcslJcut of Pleasant Grove was fouiul dead early 'Wednesday morning, by the sltle of dm railroad about a iiuitrtcr mile south of the Salt Lnko Houle depot The section prow noticed hta body :r they wcro golYig lo work. Mr. Hacon was subject to sinking spells, due tc heart trouble. Ho was employed on the construction wotk at tlio wigor factory Eouth of town nnd was on hi way to work. It was evident Unit he felt ono of his alulilng spells coming on and had laid down by tho side of the grudo while It panned on. Hut thlr spoil was inoto ficvero than tho oth ers he had experienced and be had passed away but n few mlnulco when the section men found him. The body waH taken to tho Oljiln undertaking parlors where C. 11. Harp cr. Juotlce of the 1'cacc, after exam ine the facts ilccldcd that n...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 March 1916

iu,aiJ rnmtej, W PMAV. MAUCH 25, Mid. ' , - - - , ---mi .ii ' -" ' fs.&r . Sunn- " ' ' "" '"" - ...ii...L. .i... - -ii- "" - - . " 'JH U ; I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I Get Hint dinner net. Mrs. Nnn Smith of Suit Lake, Is here visiting lelntlves and frlendn. Sin. V. M. Oroo wns the guest of linr husband In Suit l.nlce Saturday nml Siinduy. Mra. Fied Strong of Alpine, was the guest of her mother, Mis. J. M, Thorn Ion, this week. Mm, Joseph Hhelton of Suit Luke, Is visiting li!r mother, Mrs, C. W. Pulley. Mr. mid Mrs. It. U. I'yjier nnd Miss Fuy Jackson went to Nephl Tuesday to nttfiul the fun'eial of their mother. 1 Mr, nnd Mrs. J, R. Jenson nnd fain. Ily of Provo, wf-re the euentn of Mm, Sunili Crookston Sunday. .. t Mr nml Mr. Ilenjamln Condtr nw iuJoIcIiik over the urlvnl of n bahy hoy, horn Fildny. Mrs. John F. Miller nnd little dnughter, Lilly, spent Monday In- Lchl with lelntlves. Mrs. Hose Hanson entertained Sun day nt dinner Mr. nnd Mrs. Foil Wil li cox mid son, ...

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. — 1 April 1916

fli pgl m Posten on "Am, Fork Canyon-ffieomrng Mining Camp of the State isrss : I 'American rlorkTCitizen 1 VOL. XI" AMi;iUCANl.OIUCtflTIZKN,3UnDAY, Al'itll, 1, ip6. " " " NUMUKIl CO J 4 Mines and Mining I PIHSBURG COMMMENCE SHIPMENTS MAY 1ST Among the beet iigwb Hint has como from tho canyon recently Is tho state ment from the officials of the Pitts burg Mining nnd Milling Company, that this pronci ty will commence sending ore down the canyon May 1st, from Us largo oio reserves that tho minora have been blocking out dur ing the past winter. Whcic tho Pittsburg fissure Inter sects thp contact, the Company en. glnccr, J. H. l.eggat, cstlmateH that over 12,00rt tons of ore have been blocked out, that will assay 29.02 per cent lnc, 26 percent lend, 5 ounces silver and 40 cents gold. In tho lat eral drifts, their engineer estimates that 20,000 tonH of comma clal ore have been opened up, which at pres ent prices gives tho exposed product a aluatlon of from ono to one anr" a half millions...

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. — 1 April 1916

I ll AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN', SATtJRDAV, APRIL 1, 1916. , --' ' I 1 Si MOTHER AND CHILD DIES K Mrs. Win. Wliltlook of Cuiar Fort HI illnl ;it llio residence or Dr. C. .M IH Clark In American Fork Thursday'uv ly uiilng, following thu birth of n child, j which also tiled Immediately. The Dr HiiyH the cause of death wns an nil- I vanced case of Origin's disease which brought an clatnjtlc convulRlun. t) She wsb brought lime hy Dr. Claik ! Thursday, hut the end being mo near j medical attention v:a of no avail In t saving hor llfi-. Interment will tnk place In Cedar I KoH. ... Mrs. wliltlook loaves a hnshand and ) five ehlldien to mourn her loss, one r of whom I married. CITY COUNCIL MEETING The C'lly Council of American Fork mel Saturday and Tuesday evening and tiansniicd the following business Application wus made by Clnrenci , Chrtstciiseu and a Mr. Jenson for I . pool license, action deferred until com- ! mlttco reported on former application! f inadu to council. " Applications for dr...

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. — 1 April 1916

I jl ----r - AMERICAN FOUR ftlTlZfiN', SATURDAY, APRIL i. MA , I 1 AMFORK LOCALS Wm. Thornton mado a business trip to i'rovo Monday. I M. n. Stanford of Goldflold, Nevada, I was hero on business Tuesday. J I MM Louis Sampson of Ogdcn, was a I business visitor hero Monday. I Joseph Olftey mado n business trip' I tu Piovo and Sprlngvllle Monday. I Sam Kelly was a Salt Lako visitor I Friday Andy T. Smith spent Sunday In I Salt Lako visiting Ills family. I Marshal Dcnjamln Fullmer spent I Saturday In I'rovo on business. I Jack Johnson of Logan is hero fot I a slioit visit with his wife and babe. I Dean Stewart of I'rovo, was the I guest of Mnttlc Gordon Sunday. I 1'. II. Craven of I'rovo, Avos the H guest of American Fork friends Sun- I day. H Miss Fern Armstrong returned Sat- H urday from n visit of ten duys with H friends In Sandy. H .Messrs. Henry Armstrong and John H Watklns spent Saturday and Sunduj In Ogdcn. " s H Miss Klmn McKluncy or Fairfield, H was nn American Fork visitor Mon...

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. — 1 April 1916

F ) 4 I ' ii,J MB) , --, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, APRIL - jt .i .. ' 1 The Lehi Department If HEM SENTENCE If FOR SELLING CIDER fSf? Oeolgcj Weill), City Justice, Monday HHp sentenced George Heel: lo serve thlrt) W't ' days In Hi') elty Jail mid lo ny a flno mt ' of $12.r, Into tin1 city treasury. Mr p Deck wiih given until Wednesday If m arrange his affairs, on which date he R' ,( was to report to the City Marshal and SIM eninineiico IiIh sentence. m'& On Mm eh lOlh, City Marshal South- if'i wick Horurid a buggy from tliu llvrrj llf stable and with Ebln Dibble, a youiif.' ffifl man of Pleasant a rove, drovo out ti W the Hock homo on the Statu Hoad KK Dibble, according to the Marshal'' Hi story, took an empty two-ipiart fnil IIBj Jar Into Hie homo and soon rcturuci HBffi with It full or cliler. This the Mar HI shal took to Salt l.akn and tho slat HRJ Chemist gave an nnalysls which show BHj rd tho presence or C.'JG per cent alco Mnfi hnl. This Is twice tho amount con n tn...

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. — 1 April 1916

I I I 'I I ----- , , , . AMKnibAK POllk 6IT1ZRM. SATURDAY. Al'itH. l. loift. i'Afl I 'J LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I H. M. Spccr spent Wednesday In I Salt Lako on business. I Mr. Smith Robinson was n Suit Lnko I liltor Tuesday. I l'nuo llnnd excursion dance, Lehl, I Friday, April 7, 1010. I Ncvln Crnbb and Harmon McAITco I were In Salt Lake Tuesday. I T. It. Cutler, Sr., of Spanish Fork, I spent Wednesday In Lehl. I J, W. Wing, Jr., left Wednesday for I Pa) son on an extended business trip. I FOR SALE Good wild liny, call at I Powell's Grocery, Lehl. 18-31 I George Austin of Bait Lake wan in I lci, Wednesday on sugar business. I Mrs. I'. A. Smith entertained Mon- I day nlpht In honor of her birthday. I Miss Dorcltu Turner left Tor lUng- I ham Monday, where she will spend I to weeks I Mr. Walter Nccdhnm of Trovo spent I tho fore part of the week visiting with I his sister, Mrs. H. Chrlstcnsen. I Mrs W. E. Winn of Eureka spent a week lsltlng friends and relatives I In Lehl. I Among the...

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. — 1 April 1916

' , AMERICAN FORK OrriZEN, SATlU) AY, APRIL 1, Hit. . ...,- . - I I Mr. nnd Mrs, W. 10. ltiickor spent Wednesday In Suit Luke. James A. Ilrown of Provo wan buy ing stock lieic Saturday. O. A. Olmntcml whs u business vis itor (o Sail. I.itko Monday. Walter Hlggs lTt for Salt I.ako and """ the noilli, Monilnv, mi a bind n ess trip Hylvnn Smith left Monday for dm land whore he will work for M. A , Ithodeft. EM Mrs. l 1). Wniltnn and Mrs. Marnld P' Ghilnlfiiden spent Monday In Ball jhji ' Mrs. J. W, Frank went to Sail l.aki I3 Monday In attend tlm fum-inl if i if1 Vernon Anderson dan iiiuehased nr is'f mil o lo use In eonnerllon with hi.' K'M dairying business. Ill C. W. Hurl mid W. K. Evans wen Rifl In Salt I nl:e on mining business lh fr Mishap Henry Lewis was In Sal IJi Lnkc on real estate malee kC1 Lake Monday on leal estate mnllcrfl U&I Mrt. I nil . ItusHon wiib hoateas t IlE the II. II. Club at II mcelrng Tuesda H Ployed (loalcH, business mnungcr foi ln llio High Sehool year b...

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. — 1 April 1916

I 1 l l & I 'I - AMERICAN ti'OnK CITIZEN, SATttUUY. APRtL t, lolo, . Pleasant Grove Department 1 BEET SLICING STATION A HIVEJL INDUSTRY I Concrete Flour and Foundations Kovv I llelng Mntlo ami Machinery Soon to I Arrive. I Work on llio sugar factory slicing I station Is now beginning to assume' I nctlve life, n force of men arc pouring I concieto In the foiimhition and fnt I the cement floor that will cover the I entire building, 7G by 1B0 feet. These I fltois and foundations arc being madi I tery massive because of the bcaty ma I clilncry that they will have to carry I This part of tho woik Is expected It I be completed within tho next week; or I the forms for pouring tho cement hate I all been put In. I Soon as tho foundation and floor art I In, the machinery from Spanish Fori' I and the eastern foundry will com inonco to arilvo and tho heavier pie I ccs IH be put In place bcfoic tbr I side walls nro erected. A foicc of I men nrc now busy at Spanish Fork I tearing down the sta...

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. — 1 April 1916

I; AMERICAN FORk 6ltlZEN, flATtWPAV. APRIL 1, 10J6. . ,. . 1 , " B) i l i - ' 1 - " "" ' ' ' Uf , AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS ytt -n ISSfl. t. C. Knmvldon of Provo, was hole Hji!u ) business Monday. IRlrV Mr. L. L. MeCleary of Salt l.nlcc. HP El ' '" ,J,ro "'"'""B iclatlves. Bf i W. II. Preston left for lil sheep Uj ; ' herd nt Wyoming Monday. til ' ' - Chillies Tliomnfl of Provo, was n i business visitor here Tuesday. : Mr. anil Mm. .1. K. Jciiffon of Proo wore visiting filciidrt hoio Suttiidny B. K. Wllllts of OlniBlend, was tin ' . guest of American Pork friends 1 11. t F. I). Dnnkloy of Sail l-nke, wni , llm guest of lilti brother, .T. I... WednoB Mm. Reed Robinson eiitoiiulncd ill dinner Siinduy, Mr. and Mrs. llm MofTctt. Will Houpoholder returned Sntui dny from hii extended visit nt tin ' r nlieeji lioid nt Tiont Creek. "- - Messrs. fllen Ilcnkor unit (Irani Kg gcrston of Provo, Kietit Rutin tin hero with friends. " Mm. T. H. Ilroadlicnt has ns lif guest thin week her s...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 15 April 1916

"' & , jlv'. IIU1 stay late Big Dance at night M lAmerican Fffrrk Citizen I voi. xin ' ,- ,i -' n M AMBIUCAX FORK CITIZHS', SATUIlAY, wVI'niMn, J9itf ' "", i H I Sensational Report I of Pacific Strike 0 SAID TO CONTAIN ONE FOOF OF GRAY COPPER CAR- RYING HIGH VALUES IN SILVER AND WORTH $100,000 PER CAR. H Word came down from the B canyon yesterday, which, if I true, is the most important I that has come out of the can H yon since its discovery- It is that a big- strike has been made in the north drift of the I Pacific that carries gray H copper, a carload of which I would be worth over $100,000. I The ore is said to be so high in I silver that it will assay 30 per I cent in the white metal; not I 30 oz., but 30 per cent. I It is vell known that some ore carrying gray copper has I been found as the drift has H proceeded to the north, and I several tons have been put by H itself, intending to reservo it until a car lot had accumulat ed. But the report that came down yesterda', and ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 15 April 1916

ffli'i . .KiTinnAY, APRIL 15, 1916. iContiautd from Am. Fork first page. THE AWAKENING ut x depth at abont no feet. The cutnpan7' gronp of tntt claims Is sur veyed for patent and contain tho same liiav-saafc-fjirartsltp contact on wlilch ttoe bus nrr body of the Plttshurg Iiiih Decn me. At right angles to these ,f, contacts ru well defined fissures nnd V- ytnvlir ifyknc, which added to tho jirwenrr or Rood ore stringers already ,( , oprnrrf np, Justifies placing the Utnh- ', CirotvniiE! among the promising pon s' nfltimirK. ' It ifotvxt other ronipantes not now jji , worlfnp arc getting ready to cotn- ji J merer artfvltfen about May 1st, and .' -wlt'nfn n month thereafter tho prcdlc- j ji ' tioir l hefnR freely made that at least ! 1 L. 35 of the 45 properties will ho cither Il'j nhlpprng or going artcr shipping ore 1 'M GROUND 1 ' LO0KS GOOD H FJirtl'o who carno from tho Texan 9B tfiin weefc state that the face of the nfl upper tnrnrel Ih getting Into better 9H sronntt crery flay. ...

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