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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 June 1916

KaTUHDAJN" 3, 1916. AMERICAN FOHK CITim. SATUI1DAY. JUNE 3, 1910 "" mi i . .. . -' -- ! ' Ibbbbbbwbi I The Lehi Department 1 Ford Car Turns I I Turtle-Five Hurt j W. HOGAN AND FAMILY WHILE ON THEIR WAY 'from MANTI TO ALT LAKE MEET WITH ACCIDENT NORTH OF LEHI CAR IS SMASHED BUT OCCUPANTS ESCAPE FATAL INJURIES. , r. llogiut, liis sons, Alton and Ned, unughl-'r, Isabel, Hand tho daughter's young lady associate, Miss Grace Peterson, nil of "Mnnli, while on their -way to Salt Lake were in an auto accident that took place on the state road north of Lehi Wed- ne&fluy forenoon. They were all injured more or less, hut none seriously. Mr llogan had several ribs broken, Miss llogan had a lmd- lv sprained wrist and some bad H bruises, Miss Peterson was bruised about tho body, Allen llogan. the elder of the two boys was nuclei1 :m iron on' the s( nd had a badly bruised hip, and Ned JTogan, the jounger brother, was only slightly bruised. Mr. llogan went mi into Sail Lake on an afternoon train...

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. — 3 June 1916

B I BAT01IIIAV. Jl'NB 3. 1D10 AMMC AM FOI C.T. "TUMMY, Jl 3 fcp. h f; fell ! : AM. FORK LOCALS - K. . V B Itnlph Ilarratt returned Hunilny from H n few months slay In Hlnghnni. Br p Albert Kelly I (turned Monday fiom f- n two week's slay In Ogdon. H1. Miss Oiu Chlpinnn or the V. of C. H.-, spent Sunday with lirr inuonts. Mr. v nnd Mrs. Win. Chlpmnn. B! Frank Sultxer wns down from H I Hlnghnni Mondny. vlnltliiK at tho homo V I f Thomas Kelly. K , J Mm. Nnlo Anderson of Prowi Is horo K spending n week with hor mother, H! Jim. It. n. Murdork. H' H 1 ( Clcorgp Hunter of Still l-nko wns r . , hero Tuesday visiting with his par- HO 1 i cntfl. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Hunter. Hk 'I 1 4 Mrs. Jonnlo Onnlncr of West Dip, Is ho to visiting with hor mother, Mrs. h Allco Himtrr. Hv Mm. Frank Piinkloy wan down B , from Illughniii tlio first of tho week, H ' visiting with frlcndH nnd iclatlves. ( x Ht) I "" Oorgo I .arson was In from Wnn- H& j fililp, Tuesday, visiting with his moth- H2) r. Mra. X. A. ...

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. — 3 June 1916

.mnvV Jt'NE 3, 1910. - flBVJ MtI'IIPA., . 1 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. H BBs " SATURDAY, JUNB 3. 1010. flflfli g Pleasant Grove Department I Karrowly Escape I Death in Automo I bile Accident Hsunday Mr. and Mrs. Heed llrown H Mr. ami Mrs. Hoy llrown nnd the , Hers "little baby wero cnught under j automobile as It turned tip-stdo ( n anil narrowly escaped bolng Kd. The accident took plnco on Ko Bench directly In front of the c of M. B- Knrtcliner, clerk of H Alpine School district. Tho nuto 'g0nc nt tho rate of about 40 3 per hour nnd tho hood of tho Was the only thing that saved the pants from instant death. ocd llrown, who Is tho H. F. 1). Blcr for l'rovo bench, was drlv- ECiALSESSION OF I f Y COUNCIL m meeting of the City Council con Bil In ndjoiirncd special session ft 29tli. at which additions to side k pavlns district No. 2 was out ftl and the resolution referred to Mayor nnd Chairman on Streets Baking up with tho City Attorney revision, embodying tho nddltlon Sidewalks suggested. ...

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. — 3 June 1916

; BATfHDAV.JlNE3.lDlC AM...' S FOHK CITIZEN, . SATURDAY, JUNB 3 li-. zi:- : it AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS " if j- n. la ' Ijjt. $ ' Mis. Maiy I'elt of IJiiigliHUi 1h here P"; ' visiting with n'lullvcH. ti . ' . js , President nnil Mrs. Wilson will nt "Mi tend tlio Tliumli Wedding. Mr. and Mm. Alum Olnoii are ro ll' Joeing ovur the arrival or a bnlty tflrl, ,fj born Monday morning. l! MIhh (iraeo Howloy of Sail I.ako l I H BpcnclltiK tho week horo with her par- I cnta, Mr. and Mis. Alma Kowley. I Mr. and Mra. Frank. Hitch of Silver ' City, nro tho guestH of Mr. and Mi a. ' Prank Taha this week. i j , Mr. Hoy JoncH of Salt Lake la hoio ji visiting with hor parento, Mr. and MrH. II Win. Flrmage. 9 I Mrs. Ornco Capsom of Salt I.ako la i9W horo spending tho week with hor bIr- 3 1 tor, Mrs. .latnctt Julian. ( ' Mra. Ada Stoddard and daughter An- I hi Jin, of l.ehl Bprnt Tuesday with Mra. i "sa ' Stoddard'H daughter, Mrs, Ted I.ee. mk MMw- I',' W" C;'RHlty nni' (IniiRlitor Myral. o...

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. — 10 June 1916

I .AmericanFor k Citizen J I J0L" X1V ASiniUCAN KOHK CITIZEN. 8ATUnDAY,Jl.NL1o.iulo' " ' ' NUMDBR 8 ' 1 1 I Engineer And I Assayer For I Doolittle Interests I ALSO NEW MANAGER IN CHARGE OF DUTCHMAN AND PACIFIC MINES. I 0. B. Ferlin, one of the best mining men in the state, went up the canyon Saturday to take over the managemenTo!" the I Pacific and the Dutchman properties, now being operated und- cr lease by the same peopo who are back of the Utah Metal and Tunnel mine, the big Bingham property. I Mr. Ferlin is a graduated I wining engineer of twenty I years of practical experience I in Bingham and Californio. lie I lias nine men working for him B on a lease in Bingham and I about 15 in California, n an H interview, he says that in a H short time he will have a big H force of miners developing and I taking out ore in the Pacific, H hut the first thing to bo dono I is to put in n now track of H heavier rails and straighten H out some of the turns in the drift. H Be will also put on a...

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. — 10 June 1916

SATIIlim HM2I0 i.irt AMFKU'VN FOUR CITIZEN, SATt'RDAYtJNK 1Q, ' jj " "u t a hTakeIje sort! it ' Tuesday I fl I , t'lere w" 1 i; ' I EfiMHHifeL &jliHiflHIBflfffl JJance I ui " "V USH :-"- " ' delightful I 1 FSC jr:5yiJB 1 Everybody come I Hi) mil miiMwij forjoiir hciillli, conic U, the IT III I.Vlii: ItKSORI' timl spcml jour mention. We lime rot luces for jour eoniforl, elulrlc llalitcil, good flon'iig nnter. Munllng, Ittit liltitr llwrjtliliig for jmir ptciiMirc. : U.I, T Ui:SO llll.i: PltllDS. WV. M.'VIMt OVHK CHARt.i.. AITO .SCItVICi: im M) MCIIT IMH'MI Tltll"'.V 1 OLD FOLKS' II MMMITCE MEETING Bfj The Alpine Stake old Kolks KB Kg ('onuniftcc held u incclin Inst Biff .Simdiiy ini In; Slake Tabcnuiulc Hjiw al 11 a. in. (o arrange Hie time HBllI aII,l pliioc for this year's old BE 111 people's summer online, and MB Hi decided (hat it be held .lime U 2h, ' Alpine Slake Tali- HJI1 ernaclo. fil It was thought that some of WmW flu ()ld people had perhaps not nf yet seen the new edif...

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. — 10 June 1916

I etTlKUAY, JUNE 10, 191C I LEHI LOCALS ' m "' jj,. J! I c ii Winn unilorwcnt nn opotntlon at the local hospital Monday. I Ml ,s Marie Miller la confined to liur bed on account of sickness. I Tl0 Misses Julia and Sylvia Hush- jlCnt tho week-end In Sail Lake I .Monday night Mrs. Hachcl Anderson entertained In honor of her dniiRliteis, llcatrlce aw llcrnlce's birthday. I Mrs Kvoret Andoison leturncd to her homo In Morgan Tuesday nftor la months visit 1 I-chl. I Mis C H Ooatcs left Sunday for lopden hero her husbnnd is oniplo led Mr and Mrs. V. L. Deny of Cedar Fort were Lehl visitors tho early iait of the week. Miss Norma Hammer la spending the summer with her stater, Nltn. In ninphnm Canyon. Mrs James Hvnns of Davis County icis visiting her sister, Mrs. Hyium Klrkham tho past week. I Mls L'mnin Austin and slater. Mrs John M Hayea of Salt Lake were vltltlm; friends In l.eht tho week cud. I Ira I) Wines of Salt l.ako was Hooking aftor his business Intel eats In Huhl Saturday. H Mrs Cha...

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. — 10 June 1916

w BBBBBk K J jii SATURDAY, JUNK 10, 1910. K!, ZZZZZZZZZH- - B v ' l 'I LEHI 'LOCALS AND PERSONALS bbw ; J . BiBBBBj BBBf ,5 JL ' Stlco, agent Tor the Suit Luko ftf Houto arrived In U'lil Mondny for a B ;! Mm. Beth Littleton! went to Mon- BBB ' taim tills waek. Mr. Llttlaford Is BBB' J malting from $10 to $15 pur day shoar- BBBB' lng b1icci there. BBB I Mrs. Edward Soiithwlok wont, to BBB 1 t Salt Luko Monday to visit hor Iuib- BBB, 1 band, who recently underwent an op- BBB fit bbbbbI ! J 1 I Mrs. Churl on Snboy wont to Amorl- BBB I can Fork Canyon Saturday. She will BBB' , ft coo' for "10 Eorl-Kagln minors, one BBB S of whom 1h her husband. BBB ' 1 Mr. nnd Mis. John W. Jones of Am- BBB l I crlrnn Fork were gnosis of their BBH . 1 daughter, Mrs. Melvln Snuilri oarly In BBH i I ' tho week. BBBJ V Melvln nnd Lester Stnuln wore In BBBJ l Provo Sunday playing wltb (ho Pin- BBBh I vo Hand at Judge Whltccolton's fun- BBBj i BBB j , v 1 Mrs. Elizabeth Munns, motliur of BBB. 1 Mrs. George (I...

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. — 10 June 1916

SATUnuAV. w 1,. ..... AMmicAN r0K cTO(;x SAT1u,v.ov,E ,,.,.. I JH I The Lehi Department 1 Twenty. Three I Properties Doing I Development Work OREATSET ACTIVITY IN CANYON'S HISTORY OVER I FORTY COMPANIES WILL SOON BE ACTIVELY AT I WORK IN AMERICAN FORK CANYON AND NOT ONE I OF THEM WILD-CATTING. H Never boforo in tho history of American Fork Canyon wore so many properties doing or propnvins to do development work. A canvas of the properties now actively being developed shows nt least twenty, all of whom will continue during the summer, I iiiul most of whom are well financed to continue operations for 'n in' Iwo veavs. The list includes the following: H 'iw l'avlflt't concooilcil to bo ono of Hthc stato'a big mines Is being opcrat Hcd under lenso by Charles Doolittlo Hand associates. This iiroperty Is In Hthc cast section of the camp. H Tlit! Hay State- lias two Bhlfts drlv Hlng a dcei) tunnel to Intersect n prom Hinctit Hssuro from which tlio men aro now Backing ore from tho working n...

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. — 10 June 1916

I ' 1 " .. rntii- fMTiyv SATURDAY, Jl'NKJ 10 1lin h SATURDAY. Jl'NU 10, 1016 AMERICAN FOUR GlTlhfr - ' "' 13lB II : AM. FORK LOCALS II i Mrs. l.(o T. Shelly Ih ti week end jff J visitor In Salt I.uke. Blfjl MrB. Alvln Carlson (if (luitlolil, M I J Hpcnt Tliurwlay with her xUtor, Mm. J .1 8. T. Shelley. Uj f h jj ?-l Mr. mill Mr. Win. T. Smith lmo '!$ if moved In from Moslilu for tho mint- L V , J incr. I'i l If you hue nny Oatn, Wheat or l'o- IS ; i (ntocs for sale call up Chlpman'H Yt J J Ile.l Stoic. y fdh AIIm Florence Walker In the kiichI I'Lgj of MIsh .Trail Williams I;i I'iovo UiIh ilJI week. j MIbm Arloiio Hollo of Salt' Lake, ' JhI wan a kuchI at (ho homo of Mr. anil - IPB Mrfl v- M l,low" Sunday. . 2S4B jffS Tho Sanitary Meat mill (Iroccry thin ' yk wcok Installed n new iofrlnorator ( ehow rase for their incuts. 'SB Miss Nina Ilnlllihiy Ih npcndliiK a HIIm couple of veeln with her Krandinoth- Hffjl cr, Mih. Klla llalllilay In Salt Lake. HfH MIhr l.colettu Chilfltotincn of O...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 June 1916

B SATI'IIDAV, JUNE 10, 1916. ' T ' -- -- " ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN Pleasant Grove Department I Timpanogas Trail I Committee Is Busy I ROUTE LEADS THROUGH BATTLE CREEK CANYON PAST HIGH BRIDGE AND1 UP SADDLE HOLLOW WORK WILL SART SOON. H Tinipniiogns trail will be built, and Hint too in (ho m.m-1'. H luiv. The Committee is a live one and consists of Bishop R I). Oil"". Bishop James II. Walker, Bishop S. L. Swonson, Bishop A. I Culliniore, Frank Banks, Joseph Shoell, Archie MnxfioM I nml AVilford Wnrnick. This conunittee met on May .'10 and organized with Bishop Olpin in chari,'e. lie will also appor H in,i lw work'to the several wards. I A sub-connnittoo consisting I of Bishop Olpin, Bishop AValk I or, Archie laxfield, AVilford H "Wirnick and .Joseph Shoell B madi' at rip up the mountain B Insst Thursday and selected the Bronte over which the trail will ,Bbc built. It was completed B last fall as far as the head of B Battle Creek Canyon. From 'Bthis point it will follow (he Bold loggi...

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. — 10 June 1916

Hi i 'bbWbWbWbb r "bbwI BtFf i BBBH- JH ..t.K SATURDAY, JUNE 10 llic B H A SATUIIDAY, Jl'NB 10, 191C. AMKIUQAX FORK C1T1BEN. M. Hit i i :- Hf: AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS '.'' K B , i ) Help yourself by lnilhllni; mi Am- Hi: crlcnn Fork. ! P- V, Virgil At. Urou of Sail Luko was T (in American Fork visitor Sunday. i ?! Mrs. Lester Koulgor arrived the first H . f of tlio wool; from Salt Luko to join B I lior B MIhs Merle Smith spent tho first of BBBB. I ilio week with hor grnudmothor, .Mi 8. I t Sarah Rhodes, In I.ohl. b"H i BBB ft Tho MIbsch Kvn Dunn and Sylvia BBBB I Peterson ntitocil to Suit Lake Sunday 1 f and spent tho day with frlomlH. BBBB , 1 Ooorgo Htillldny of I'rovo was In BBBB I American Kork Snnilny visiting with B i f his brother, Wren. BBB - j I Miss Amy Shelly loft Sunday to BBB j spend n month with her sister, .Mrs. B p j 1 J. A. Wright In Bingham. BBl' H Camping outfits, fishing Incklo mid BBB f lunch groceries, run bo hnd with tho BBB, fish Itccnso at Chlpmnn...

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. — 17 June 1916

m Vt"X'V amuhicax roiiK ciiiaw sATifljJAr.ju,,: , - - - N0MUEtt ; MJ 1 Pacific Preparing I For Making Big 1 Shipments M FIFTY MEN TO BE EMPLOYED AND FORTY TEAMS HAULING ORE NEW BUILDINGS BEING ERECTED M AND NEW MINE EQUIPMENT BEING INSTALLED. !H All the ore teams were taken off the beginning of the week jfl and no more ore will he sent down from the Pacific mine for jl about ten days, till the mine is gotten in shape for operating on jH a big scale, commensurate with the immense ore bodies eontain- M cd in the property. M The first tiling to be done Ml will be the removal of the light Ma S-pound rails and replace them H with 10-)ound ones, so that the m heavy cars may he run out J without danger of their being J run off the track. H The Pacific fissure as it goes H to the north contains several H prominent faults making a H number of shaj'p corners. All H the men have been taken off H the ore, and are now busy cut- H ting these corners so as to re- H duee the curves in the track. H ...

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. — 17 June 1916

4 r .v mitv fiTi7P- SATURDAY, JUNE 17. 191. SATriUMY. Jl'NB 17. 1910. -iMCWC .N KItK CITIZEN. MOl I UTAH LAKE RESORT I Ma r Tlic only hiij ti mm hear tho Mj; $(. jfln l: U-c trie l'lniin It ImH s.''5 J come mill see It '" jjj '- nil Its Hiilfinlnr ami H-l beauty niul dance ( f , " "s -c-"Ii-Ims- l'- ."T lo-tlnto music hi 'I"' fr,Wi ,-. - . the season, i-coil tfp.fljT'-,,. . - JCrv-'vC "IT ' Ing Suntlny Frltnie feSfeTO 3k--; .fife-V-- vsL -.- 5piv r " ,,nrHcs n s,'odill,, S??-:i, ,n,ar mM',Mi r 5 tt.r:. --. ? ftresa, : .: r- . -- iaigK -:j ,)VY kvknin;s. no.vr forijet this is tin: place niieri: i:vi:iiyiioiy is (joixh to spexij their itii or i .M'l.Y ALSO THEIR SI'MMEIt VACATION Till: PLACE IS I'ltKSIl AMI, NOT SALT-AIR ' I easowiile prices, we never oyer chawsk. . AI'TO SERVICE DAY AXI) XH.'IIT- ROI'MI TRIP 23i ammmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamaammmmmmmmmmmmKas sj , !,jj REGISTRATION OFFICERS iSIS Tlio lloiuil of County Commission- mIB "is met Monday and ajipolntcd tho fol- ...

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. — 17 June 1916

lafrTIlDiW, JUNI3 17, 1010. - . AMEU1CAN FOUR 01TBCN m , NR n J I AM. FORK LOCALS , Vcrn Walker Is electing thrco moro fcms to his homc Miss Melissa lngcrsoll spent Satur flv itl her aunt In l'rovo. Bernard Clirlstcnscn was In Salt Miss Mjrtl" Fullmer spont Sunday I' Salt V..iku visiting with relatives. p.ivlil I1'"'18 of Illn8"nni, Is licic( Bcndln;: a week with his parents, Mr. Id Mrs loliu Davis. Alma I .i'l ls lUo ,nl l,urchnsor ot ov'crlniul touring car ami Willis Bomlcy a Font touring car. ' 'itch Hunter left thO "mlddlo of tho ck for nurekft where ho will bo K)loc1 'ov tho summer. thou v. ant to bo woll drOflBod como( Acre o get quality Mid nssortment, H hate both Chipman's. HIIss Mnl Casslty of l'rovo spent Hnda hi American Fork visiting Hih hor n.,ier, Mrs. Hoy Boloy. j Miss Margaret Oaborno of Salt T.nko here m iniiB at tho homo of Mr. nntl . H-?. T A Osborne. Hv, M Ohio of Salt l.lifco spent Su Hy here (siting with his wife and Hilly' H). p i matron? of l'rovo waR In i(tl...

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. — 17 June 1916

, jj BATUHUAV, JUNK 17, 1010. AMEItlCAj. tOKK G1T1Z1... -i Mm 1 LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS MM i . m WllUnni Snyder of Idaho was a BfwK guest of lila sister, Mrs. H. 13. Ostor- M.'fa Io1' early In tlio week. Btajfc Mrs. 11. D, Wilcox mill Mr. nnd .Mrs. jfa A. Ii. Wilcox were doing templo work m J in Salt I. alio early lu tlio week. i I J A cull to nrniH against war "The 31 tm llnttlo Cry of I'oaco" tonight nt the j l Itoynl. ipf i I'otcr Medium who liriH JiihI filed on lJ' n homestead "S tnlloH cant of Idaho W , Falls, was visiting relatives In Kohl H early In the week. l . MIbbch Frnnccs llntiHlor nlitl .Mahol j ii 1'hllllps of Salt Lnko woro guests of j . MIrs Ilnlh Knight nt Mm Knight home IS on U'nM T.nkc, Sunday. ) Miss .Tenna Ilrndshnw and Mabel jf Brlggs ontrrtalnrd Monday evening nt im'M tlio homo of MIhh Hrndshaw In honor T?f of Miss I.odn HarrlH of I'rovo. w . J,fl K,'wnr'' Southwlck went to Suit WM T.nko Tuesday to visit her luiHhnnd . who Is Improving nicely from his ro- H...

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. — 17 June 1916

Bi'RDAY. Jl'NB " 191C' ! lK . AMERICAN FORK CIT1ZHN, j H - " . SATURDAY, JUNK 17, 1010. i , ,'j I The Lehi Department 1 lehi Is Great I Incubator For Making Sugar Men Amer lehi residents are holding positions fls experts in at least twenty sugar factor k in six states. H til ! II. flu'lii Iiiisj proliably produced more sugar milking exports fluiity other city in America. The Lehi factory was the fleer boot Hiar mill in the InletvMountnin country and front cod lms grown the factories at Sugar City, Idaho Falls, flkfoot, (1 rants Pass, Garland, Brighum, West .Jordan, Span, flr'ork, I'ojs"" Rlsinoro, all owned hy the Utah-Idaho Sugar Hent!y, several sugar jnon wcro Blng up on the Lohl man nctlng Kpcrts at olhcr plants (Old the Her Is really startling. Spanish Pork -It. L. Howard will Hs juporlntcnilcnt, with Ira Tny H foreman, T. n. Culler, Jr., Is Er mechanic ami Mbslah Evnnn Hhler. crlgham City Charles Edwards Ho new superintendent, with Jos Hi. Klrkham nnd Dolph Wing as Hhrcmrn. Fra...

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. — 17 June 1916

l VMI-MCAN FOIUC CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JUNE! 17, 1910, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 191G. '"' .. ' " " 5 -w (uc : LEHI LOGALS ': A. .!. UvniiB wiih In I'kho Tucsdny on business. ' Mr. Leslie Montroso o J-ogan -was the Kticsl- of -Miss ICdnn Hhtirp Stindiiy. Miss Chilsto Mllngson icttiruud homo f 1 urn Salt l.uko lust week. Millinery Unit rlcu lit 1'ooplo's Co-op, Li'lil. Miss June Shaw of Ulu Volw Is n guest til (lie home of James (iounh. Mrs. Ilnnnli Joncn was a Sail l.nkn visitor Satunlay anil Sunday. J jJS Mr. and Mrs. Ilynnii lCdmoiids n- JjJjj turned to their lintnu In Jordan Nnr- )m rows Wcdnosdiiy, afler a drier visit 'jjjl with Mr. and Mrs. Cpoiko Itoliluson. ' iiPfl 'rn 'll'r,'! Friiiicom of l.uvan Is jliB visiting with hor parents. .Mr. and IS Mrs. tiooi'Ko Wobb. )M City llecorder A. L. Vales has hern B busy the past week collrrthiK water !sS rates. j&jl Mr. mid Mm. Victor Thomas of Ver- jlB nnl wore I.ehl lsllors Friday and Sat- sfl urday. SB When you waul something, and $fl don't...

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. — 17 June 1916

I I I cATl IUJAY. Jl'NE 17. 191C L2- - " -"- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, Pleasant Grove De m CENTENNIAL WILLCUT LOOSE Iroi'crl) I" "l,'n,? ''i"'"''',l '" Suit Iljikc h) l'roiiilnciit Mining .lien jmj Somi Up IiMciI. The I'tah Centennial Mining Co. is leparlng to nctlvoly commenco dc KloplnK tliolx- proporty on Pittsburg Bill In American Fork ennyon Mon Ky, Tills proporty la Bomo of tho Est located proporty In tho Canyon. King on n line between tho Pacific Kd the Pittsburg It apparently would t the Pacific flssuro if It contin 3 Its present northerly strike It nl- has a cross f!s3uro coming from ftrards Hit Old Miller Hill. It has tho Ittiburg contact of llmo slinlo nnd Hartzltc and Is cut with two big por Iry dykes Resides this It has Rome od ore In tho workings and well ted miners say that tho proporty I headed In tho rl?ht direction to Hkc a good mine. Koscpli W Thorno, N. K. Nlolson Kl J. I). Tliorno with J. E. Thorno Hil a meeting with somo mining Ha la Salt Lake Thursday and tho Has...

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. — 17 June 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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