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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 20 May 1916

I TlFT ' HI American F rk Citizen J yOI XIV AMKKICAN FOIUC CITIZEN, SATUM&yHlYY 20,, lslC. ----- NUMnEtl r. Ml' Ipacific Cuts I Immense Body I of High Grade full breast of ore broken into that is worth from $25,000 to $30,000 per car. I Saturday night, the miners in the Pacific, while pushing the north drift broke into a full face of copper glance ore unci in Besteading the drift, four shifts had taken out over twenty tons of the ore, similar to that on which previous assays had shown values of 20 per cent copper and over 500 ounces in silver. 'Phis means that a car load shipment will bring between $25,000 and fco.ooo. A cross cut is now being run on the ore to determine its ex Item1, but indications are that it is the biggest body of high ;rn(le ore of any mine in the state and when opened up will be Kimniiiiinir sensation of the year. V This strike Is between C5 ami CO ft. Hiortb of the strike that was the scn sllon of tho Btato two weeks ago Rfcen an Immense body of ?5G ore w...

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. — 20 May 1916

Mr I AMElttCAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, l9l6, I R 8 SATURDAY. MAY 20, 1910 " - li '"" -"' - , " -- f r -- . Spending Money to : m ' Reduce Selling Prices ; H. U'(iii were (iicii liiw fiitcrlniiiiiicnt, you B. wouldn't o out pcrsoiinllv mid deliver n linn- 4 Bt died or mi invitnlioim veiludly, would you.' Of R course, you would have theiu printed or en- i V graved and mailed to your quests. Vou would K I in this way spend money to save nioiie and Bf k I time, which is also moue. Any man who has Bj anything' sell has the problem of Keltiiuy his E invitation to buy before the largest possible ! iniiul)(,r of prospective buyers. fl A ' The larger the number lie interests, the more j4'1' units he can make, and the lower his producing B ' cost descends. So ho takes the quickest mH- B liod of reaching a large number of people B , printing, advertising. If anyone tells you he B' is able to sell you his goods at a lower cost be- fl, cause he had no adevrtising expense, laugh at B H. A...

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. — 20 May 1916

,7-ut mv ' LB LflK iBI ANn -.Tl'IlDAY, MAY 20, 1916. IP , 'M m 2gfe . "te . AMERICAN FOmC&N. a.m,v v o. H UkT LEHI LOCALS '''Plilnr H nf , a s , w a c. H Mrs. Thomas Sims Is still ijulto III llth'sin n,tack t)f ,cl(lnoy l,'"1e. ods a H CarJ wiim will leave totlny to spend I thc'summor on a ranch In Idaho. I I 1 I Mr and Mrs. I.ouls College arrived ' f fromCallcntle Wednesday with n very ' -J fl cit baby for treatment. I Mrs. Klla Manning and Mrs. Sarah I Taylor spent Thursday In Salt Lake, H and attended the theatre, matinee In fl the afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. George G. Roh aa jn?on attended the unto par it new. fl ml iU Pl'"V" Wc'(1"('S(ln-v kll? I Today all tlio Orein trains -1 I change time and four now ones Can or B are 'dded, making 24 trains 'one 3!- fl dail". 20-tl o.TT fl Mrs. Ann Whitman was tak- 0 tSii " nl suddenly Thursday with mom i fl what the doctors call rheunm- "ro or! I is, ,,f lh(, iu?urt- 1? Mrs. Eugene Webb presented !2 llcr l"ls,mn(1 wil " 10-pound "Tjfl bo...

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. — 20 May 1916

jf 0ATUnDAY, MAY 20, 1910. THE LEH1 BANNER, SATURDAY, MAYJO H l LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS HI Miss Annie Stothlart Hpcnt Sunday m with frlrnilH In Suit Lake. Bl J. K. Coltcr'H now nulomohllu It h 7- 9 imHcngor Wlllovs-Kntght. II Jolin Ilrown'H now bungalow now MM lias the roof on it mid In Hearing cotit- kLa pletlon. M MiM, Alio; KIhiiioio or Atiuirlcun ffin Fork Ih vlHltttiK in Khl with her .BS daughter, Mrs. Robert Hull. Yj KrlctidM or Mr. and Mm. Krnnk Smith Y gave them u pleasant nurprlso party Y nt their homo Friday evening. ' A ton pound hoy arrived at tho homo L of Mr. nml Mm. Claroneo Auntlii In t Garland last week. No Joh of printing Is too small or ,l too largo for uh. Phono M2.W and j wo will do the rest. C-tf i'A .T. K. Hono and Mrs. Fanny Hone 1, mado n trip to Salt l.ako lant Sunday W In nn auto. iv M Many who attonded Union meeting H at Amcrlrnu Fork Sunday wero not 9 nblo to rntrh tho l:.10 ear owing to tho 3 meetings not being dismissed. Sotno HS walked home, others ...

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. — 20 May 1916

' mmDA20, 191C" AMBRICAX FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1916. i jl TJ1 Department hakspeare pagent i i 111 best ever 9 I. T),ouaml People Witness Open I" llr KicnhtfC Production From Jhakspcnr'M 1'lu) fiUvn by High I The Sbakspoaro pngont Wednesday .t wa, ono cf tho most successful Brents cer given In I.chl. Miss Kotch K (1 her High School studcnt3 nrc to ST congratulated for tho efforts which Wd a most thorough knowledge K the pi.")" of ,ho ,uua" of Avon a"(1 K mastiy of conception .-.ml execu- Htlon. Tic place. WIno's pasture, used ns the 'play lu)lIS0 v;" a ,m,)',y cI,olco the grassy p'.nt with thg hie willow trees maklns an llcaI BtnEo and the floplns hill a 'nost convenient place to sit. A dozen nutomobllo head lights illuminated tho stage and a mammoth electric globe cave fine spot and col ored light effects. I rtcld Grrdner as Shnkspcare, I.a- renlc Kvaus ns l.ndy MacUcth, Wlnnlo I Evans as Rosalind, Austin Gudtnund- ('(n as Shylcck nnd Mildred Crnbb as Hportea wcro excellen...

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. — 20 May 1916

if IF K 11 amkUICAN PORK CITIZKN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, l91c, Jl B; . ft ! SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1010. '"" - ... ' - ; . : AM. FORK LOCALS B. ' H Hell Ditncim wns It) Suit l.uke HT Thursday on business I HI K Winn Clmk of lUiu'lium wns hero Hy TUCHdliy, gllOHt of Alno D.ivls. K Hj' Mrs. Louis llnrvoy Ih spending tin l? week in I'rovo wllli hor inollicr, Mrs. F v R. LnngMnrf nnd Bister. Hi' 1 Natlinn Hoblmou ami family nuto:d fl i to I'rovo Wednesday to attend tho HH , Automobile Day colobrntlon. HK Mayor John Iluntor and family HB j nutocd to Salt Ijiko Tuesdny and HB' Hpont tlu dry Kith i oliitivts. K ' l V. M. (Iroo of Salt IjiI:p waH In j ' Amcrlcnn Folk Sunday lslting with ft i I his wife and daughtcre. a MIbh Lillian C'hiysnn left the middle H of thu vri' for a ton iIii.vh visit with H relatives In Salt Lake. ( Mrs. Holier Huggurd wan In I'rovo Hl'f i "" Wednesday, visiting with her sister, PMi ; Mrn. Mnrtha Drown. IK) HTt Mr. and MAh. Thomas Jones of Salt B; Lnko worn In American Fork...

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. — 20 May 1916

p r- lJr7TOgZtl'& - "t SATURDAY. MAY 20. IBM. ' 'HBBI Pleasant Grove Dl6artment " 1 HflHHH JNCIL HOLDS BUSY SESSION K cltj Council met on the 15 B am attended (a tlio following HiT9 c petition of John I'. Hnyos for Bit? to take caro of tlio waste wat Barllic piopcrty of George Hayes referred to Hip stioct committee lioncr to nrt 3f4 r V Lund nntl Joseph I). Be protc-'fl against n license B required of them on their nuto Be buslncsi anil petitioned for the Brgo of operating indeflnntoly, ", charge The motion, however, Bd that tlicy ho rcrtuired to take 'KlB iiccnsp at outlined by the II. B committee rA,re. j It Unlllilny, W. I.. Hayes ' B S- Hold.iv y aoked for nn np Hiaon of 5'0 for tlio hire of the Bunlty band for Decoration Day. B wftS Pr!,n,r('' conditioned up B? to"1' Iscmlrs,nK tnuBlc on Batlo" day mid two Hiilisrqncnt i tvBon as rcm,lrc1' '(B w6ter "f"'" ehnlitnnn Htnlcd iHhe committee are not propnred '"BL a definite and final report on iB"l,on cf tho f'ann'nK Company flB...

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. — 20 May 1916

U, "'v. WlCAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 191, ,') ' i; SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1S1C. muAn uni Kr , ' II AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS v, II . u- K' CllfTonl Knckrol! lo.c Mnuihv to HP , Bpend tlio Hitmincr In Smlthflcld with B Mrtt, J. 1. Crook.slon MpcuL Monday B; in Lcht with her mother, Mrs. N. K. i, H Stove nuil Warren Anderson woio H In Snlt Lnko Monday mid Tuesday on K I bUSlllCM. Hf i Mill. Sarah Ctookston In spending H tho week tn 1'rovo with her alitor, K Mrs. J. K. Jensen. V Mrs. Ilyion Ciookston mid olilldron H returned tho first of tho week front H. ' a thioo we.-k's visit wlih Mrs. OroV,-- V ' i ston's sister, Mrs. Join Crooks Hi H Shelly, Idaho. H Miss Altu Deck loft Sattudiiy oven- H ' Ing for Heaver for n brief visit with H Iipi slater. Miss lleek lli be r.io'iied H , early In June to Mr. Jack Mcflnrry of B tliat Bt i Clydo Robinson of Pnyson was hero Huj tho first or the week, visiting with BtTij 1 l''f) biotlfV Heed, ;rr! wl," Hft Mrs. Margaret Choanal was In K...

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. — 27 May 1916

I " rM I !' American Kirk Citizen I VOk X1V AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SA'IIDAY, MAY 27 1916. " NUMUBR8 M Doolittle Buys I Miller Out of I Leasing Company I .OFFICIALS OF UTAH METALS AND TUNNEL COMPANY ARE ASSOCIATED AND WILL DO SOME BIG DEVE- LOPMENT WORK IN CANYON. H s The mining world of Utah was startled Thursday by the announcement that Peter Miller, the chief owner of the Fissures Leasing Co., who had a ten year lease on the big Pacific mine I lind sold his interest in tho lease to Charles A. Gillette and Tronic J. Gustin, prominent Salt Lake attorneys. The price I paid 1ms not been given out bnt $25,000 mentioned in a Shit Lake article is considered ridiculous, and one official in (he H Pacific Company saidthat it was more likely to be $100,000, H as according to Mr. Miller's statement he owned three fourths H of the leasing company's stock and it is well known that tin; leasers have already spent over $25,000 in opening up the mine! H From another source it is re H ported that M...

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. — 27 May 1916

jj AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. MAY 27, 1910. M ' SATl RDAY. MAY 27. 191G. - ' I UTAH LAKE RESORT f! . . Opening j I Decoration Day, Tuesday, May 301 Lg AMERICAN FORK SILVER BAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE IN THE AFTER. I B NOON. 1 K Complimentary Dancing from 2:30 Until 6:00 9 B BIG FREE DANCE IN TH17, EVENING I K RIi5 REGIMENTS AND LUNCHES SERVED AT THE FOUNTAIN. 1 Kl Be not fco away for your health, come to the UTAH LAKE RESORT and spend your 1 m vacation. We have cottages for your comfort, electric lighted, good flowing water. I H BOATING BATHING EVERYTHING FOR YOUR PLEASURE. I H all at reasonable prices. We Never Over Charge K Alpine District I Schools Close H Successful Year R ' ElflllTV.MNE (JIIAKUATi: FROM mm liKJii school mo ritoM ehjiith tLfm VKM Tho Alplno Consolidated District oflH Schools closed lust wcok with fitting hP jBwifiiwwi rnrrm J ' ' ' ' " ' "" 1 Wf nnd the first year of Consolidation l.s H history, wo foci to congratulate our- WW selves upon tho success of the...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 27 May 1916

I JRPAY' LVY "' 101' AMEU.CAN FOMC C1T,,N, . 2? , I LEHI LOCALS : , I rtcorgc 0. Robinson rando a bust- I nCss trlP o Solt uko T,,csd,,J'- I . J l'endlcon of Salt Lake, who ons n big farm over Jordan spent I Momlay In Lchl. Mr and M- Jnmcs Klrkhnm, Sr., atten'dod tho grand opera. "Faust" nt I provo Monday evonlng. I Miss lllancli Larson who lins been I tMchlng school in Blue Creek, Hox E J.,dcr county, arrived homo this week. I Geraldlne Fnrrcr Monday and Tucs- day In "Temptation" Royal. I Mrs. Henry Lewis was visiting reln- I tV'cs In Salt Lako Monday. I Miss 1 J- s- Joncs of Snrntoga. I ho has been Quito ill cnily In the I cek Is now Improving. I t. W Klrkhnm of Salt Lako was in uhl Tuesday. I A. J HvanB wns In Provo Monday I on legal business. I James II. Gardner attended n meet- I ng of the County CommlsBloncrs In H Proro Monday. I Another big shipment of our fnmons H Wltc Canvas Lnco Shoes with low heel and rubber soles nnd stocklrrgs I to match. Just nrrived Chlpmnifs. H VlrgH...

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. — 27 May 1916

I J SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1.10. AMEIUCANjjg CITIZEN, SATUUDAY, MAYJT I If I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Kg: Dr. nml Mrs. W. T. Hauler or Provo nV were Lehl visitors Sunilny. Hi mM Earl Wunlnss mid Arthur (1111 left 1 Tuesday for Iilnho whoro thoy will Ha' spend the summer. i$f I No Job of printing Is too Binnll or ifprl, too huge for us. l'hono 112.W anil fH' 'wo will do the rest. G-tf i'ii r I tt I Theron Hciinlon left Saturday for VjS 3' lilu liome in Salt Lake. Vvi Miss Inn Stratford loft Tuesday for , lior home In Pocatollo, Iilnho. Mrs. T. A. Smith spent the week ! visiting In Salt I.nko. Dewey Dorton left Monday for Bingham. Miss Mildred Crnbb left Sunilny for Aj her home In Klslnorc. ' Isaac Yntes who has boon quite 111 i ,Is now on the Improve. 1 Miss Jcnnlo Watts left for her liotim HB In Knnosh Friday. Hfl Big reduction on nil trimmed hats BB nt M. & I. Clilpinan Millinery Store. H B. H. Lewis H Painter and It Paper-hanger H . KALSOMINING AND B PAPER CLEANING Wm At Resilienc...

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. — 27 May 1916

SATl'RDAY' MAY 27, 1916. AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN - ' SATUIDAY. MAY 27, 1916. ', t I Xfeg-ih' Department 9 Eudden Death I Shocks Community llrs. louis peterson apparently in perfect health, wakes up at midnight with cough, i ing spell and in fifteen minutes passes i away funeral today. I Tlit' sudden don tit of Mrs. Jnno Peterson, wife ol' Louis vtcrson. early Thursday morning, gave n shock to the cities 9f both Lelii and American Fork, such as they seldom receive. Mrs. I'otorson was in )erfoct health Wednesday, and was up own trading at the stores in the afternoon, she was feeling fine vlion the family retired to bed at 10 o'clock in the evening. At one o'clock, soon after nulnijdit, she had a severe Roughing spell, went into a con vulsion, and in fifteen minutes Hinil passed away in her hus janrf's arms, even before the Riildren were really aware of he seriousness of her illness. She has mlo family of Bhildren, the youngest of whom s but ninteen months, and the Hhlest is ninteen year...

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. — 27 May 1916

" amiTrrfi'rtni .nt -f ! BHfl f SATURDAY, MAY 27, 101,;. AMEU1CAX FOUK CITIZEN, BATUMIAY, MAY 27, 1M. I p : AM. FORK LOCALS Bf) Hgp , All stores will bo Hosed IXcoratlon f Day. May :iuth. BH Oscar Dean relumed tlir curly p:u t Hf; of the week from u week's slny In B' Jllnglintu mill Knit Lake. H Mr. nml Mrs. .le.ise F. Steele left Br Wednesday afternoon for Nebiaska, K ' 1 where they will visit for tlic summer B I with Mrs. Steele's parents. BR Mrfl. Win ten Holey Hiient the first 1 of the week with rolatlvos In Salt Bi lnke. s l'-' 4 ' Mr. niiil Mis. Karl Ilntuistcnil nre BK. , ' spending H week lit Mosldn, with K H' j frlcmlH. BK j Mrs, Ailn Wilcox and daughter Mao BB , nro spending tho week with lelatlveH B' In Provo. H BB , Mr. and Mm, F. 1.. Illckinnu of Pro- HH ' vo wcro in Aniorlrnn Fork Sunday vls- BB-, Itlng with friends. BHim, j Mm. Itohcrt I-. Ashby very pleasant- BHs ly enterlnlned the tliinl wnrd lien hive BBP I girls at her home Monday evening. Bf i BB , Mr. and Mrs. E...

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. — 27 May 1916

; B WTfnUAY, MAY 27, 101C, ', OH Kgr-- ' - '" " AMERICAN' FOltlC CITIZEN, H I Pleasant Grove Department I 1 Time to Act. rBoRK ON TIMPANOGAS TRAIL SHOULD COMMENPP IKt ONCE, AND WHEN COMPLETED, GOVENOR SPRV should be asked to formerly open it-ad vertising should also be commenced. ,B Ma .'iOth is the day usually sot apart for (he opcniii"- f resorts of tho slate. Jt is the opening of the suninier .seas -Am tj,,. Saturday half holiday in the larger cities lupins to lie ; .M-erved, and the pcoplo begin to plan their summer trips V There is a charm about the mountains that is already and HS people in greater numbers each year are hieing themselves jte higher altitudes where the air is cool and the view is ma 'Wicent. Timpnnogos, Utah's glacier mountain, drew innnv rists who last year spent a day's hard work scaling its loftv JjBiiiiiit and went away singing its praises to their friends. The kMnber of mountain climbers can be increased a hundred fold Vln trip to the top of old Timpnnogos...

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. — 27 May 1916

H i B ; I HY Jj SATUKDAY, MAY 27, 1016 AMERICAN' FOftK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 19l6. I R' " ' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS K Next Tuesday is Memorial Day. r - B "'' J"HB Wnncho Crmultill spent Hntur- H ' dny In I'roto, kf l'conloH for nnlo for Dccointlon. K Inqulro of J. V, Cromplon. 27-lt t Mrs. Louis Hnivoy linn returned H ( from n week's visit with licr folks In B I '' V 1 y 'Ji Mrs. Julio Holt of Spanish Fork In H Vro here Visiting wltli her motlior, Mrs. K 1 Nina I.cc. H $ V 1 J p' Tonight (Sutiinlii)) excursion ilitnco H' afl &,." Orpheus Hull, 1'leasnnt flrorr. B -i ; 9. V M V-." Tim next public meeting should ho H ' k to nrr.iiiKO for n Fourth of July crlo- J 1V"' Hugh WIiir left Siitittilny for south- Hb om Utnli where ha will Hpcnd the H"- '' W. Jackson left Sunday for Salt R j "" I.nko whom ho will bo employed for Mir the nummcr. --V H& ' I.nwrenco Storrs nnd wlfo of Mt. H I'lcnmiui Hpcut the week hero with bin H jmicnlR, Mr. nnd Mis. J. W. Storrs. H i J ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 June 1916

I to w4n' IH LAmericatiMrk Citizen- M AMERICAN FOniC CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JlM i,, S ; - 'TflaaH ; . &'. ' ' NUMIlEIt. 7 ,,. fiJB I Automobile Turns I Over Three I Persons Killed I A. B. ROOKHILL, WIFE AND SIX CHILDREN OF SALT LAKE WERE GOING TO SPANISH FORK FOR DECOR- ATION DAY WHEN THE ACCIDENT OCOURED ONE MILE SOUTH OF THIS CITY. H Albert B. Hockhill was killo 1 instnntly, his 3 1-ycar-old .son, Milton, passed away a few minutes later, and Joseph Clark died about two hours later in the Provo General hospital, all the result of an auto turning over and coming in contact with a tele H phone pole a mile south of American Fork, at 10 o'clock Tues- day forenoon. The above three were riding in the front seat of tlio car. Mrs. ftockhill, four daughters and the o-months-old baby boy, who were riding in the two rear seats were all thrown ,out and badly bruised, but not injured seriously. The baby was H not injured at nil. Mrs.Kockhill was bruised on the hip, the -oldest daughter was brui...

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. — 3 June 1916

il ' ; iiP I Ml. ' - . inu. niTi7PV SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1910. 1 SIT ' SATIRDAY, JINE 3. IMC. AMERICAN FORK C1TMLN, -- I 1, Why Not One 1 : , Cent Letter Postage p:- - I : ONE CENT LETTER POSTAGE IS ATTRACTING THE AT-1 p TENTION OF CONGRESS 50 BILLS CALLING FOR I I THE INAGURATION OF A ONE CENT RATE ON LOCAL L I DELIVERY LETTERS HAVING BEEN INTRODUCED. Many newspapers thioughnut the I country tire warmly advocating tlio J lower ititu, nnd tlio liiiiugurntlou of i so-called "zonu" HyRtcm for tlio i ' trnnsportntlou of porluillcat literature of all kinds. At tlio present tlmo tlio ;.,' grcnt bulk of mall being carried dls- i , ' tunccs iinilcr second cIiihh rates la furnished by tlio mngnzlno publishers ;, j of tlio lnrge eastern cities. Train load i .. after train load aro Bent out to all , , parts of tlio country at a font of ono , cont a pound, nllhough It liua been estimated by -postnl exports that In '.; costo ovor eight cents a pound to do- W llvor such literature. '3s Tli Ik. It 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. — 3 June 1916

9 - - BMHB999999H99HM99H99999HB9H wr " " ' & "" -.- wP H irpi IltiAY. JUNE 3, 1916. , n ' " "UWXY' AMKU10AN FOlUC CITIZEN gATl MAY Jt s , 191fl j M, i I LEHI LOCALS . " ' I Miss Freda Olson gave an oyster nipper Monday evening. sir. John Hutching, who Is woTklng I nt Vranton spent Mbmorlal Day liore. I Mrs. Lynn darrlty la visiting Ku- rcka relatives this wcok. I Carl Ucek of Eureka was vlalling I relatives hero this week. I Wltllam Carson of Fairfield apent I Thursday with friends In Kohl. Miss Jcnnlo Welsh spent the weck- tn'j visiting" In I'ayson. I Mls-i Mnuil Harwood wn n Salt Lako I r'lsl'or tlic foto lart of the week. I Mr and 'Mis. Clifford Austin of l'rovo i etui nod Homo Wednesday nf- ter visiting In I.eh.1 for n week. H jlls-, Krnm Gordon icturncd Home i H Sunday niter upending n fow weeks j I In Highland. I Mr Pavld Prior Is the miost of Mr. J I ami -Mrs A. D. Rhodes this week. J B Mr and Mrs. Emmrtt CHIpnuin and j I Mr. and Mrs. Untold Chrlstonscn mot-1 I orcd to Sa...

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. — 3 June 1916

m I m MM L BATUItDAY, JU.N 3, 1010. , PLEASANT QROVBttgVlgW. BATUniUJUMB, BB p. , Hi.''!' 'I LEHI LOCALS AND .PERSONALS B Mr. and Mrs. Walt it Wooflndon K , siieiit Tuesday with friends In I'iuvo. M Mm. H. A. Olmstead Is Ifipiovlng H from licr recent Illness. v ' 'J'- " Holln "f Holso, Idaho, ouino to B' Lchl Monday, because of tlio illness of B bin hod, Hobs. - - flflji I J. W. Wing. Jr., who has been In H. I Idnlio mid Camilla for tlio pant two Br i j montliB on business, returned homo B Monday. Bk Mrs. Korott Archibald and Iwhy B' i mid Mliis Mary Archibald of Salt T.nku B 'J City nio lsltlng at tlio homo of M. 11. Hbf. Bushman this week. Bi-l"i No Jul) of pi luting Is too small or B j too large for n. Phone 1I2.W and B I -wo will do (ho rest. C-tf flB' - H Mr. and Mrs. Blovn Adntntj of Salt B ,Lnko City. spent Him early part of tho B ' week In Lohl, visiting with Mrs. Ad- H-, ' atn's mother, Mrs. Marlon Walker. mi . - flBJK. j Mr. It. .1 Stlco and children who BJfH have hecn vMI...

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