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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 June 1916

American Fork Citilflaay : 1 I rl"" AM1;",0A!; '" omzta. SATUItDAY, jra; , a ! ' J&fciiimi M ' :., Ore Extraction I Resumed At Big I Pacific Mine BIG VEIN SAID TO CONTAIN $2,500,000 ABOVE TUNNED LEVEL. I Supt. Carl Ferlin, Sunday completed taking up the old stool in the Pacific mine and replacing it with lG-pound rails. The slinrp corners have been taken out of the drifts. The track is now so oven that the cars are pushed in with ease and the muckers can ride coming out. The company now has four mine cars with which to extract ore, two of which have ball bearing wheels. Men wore put to work break-, ins down the high grade cop ier dance rock, samples of which assayed as high as 512 ninces in silver and 215 per cut copper. There is said to c over $100,000 of ore in this tope and when returns from tcome in from the smellers it jW expected to create a mild onsntion in mining circles. B One authority writing for a nit Lake paper stales that the ig vein has been opened for a istnnee o...

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. — 24 June 1916

m '' BAi u v .it M-: si ioic A"'M"nAN'F01tK C'T1- - H The;:. S. Broadbent H Answers Last Call 111 MUCH LOVED BIAN DIES FOLLOWING OPERATION FOR IH APPENDICITIS AND ATTACK OF PERINITIS. Tll TlioimiN S. I'li'oiiillx'iit died in lidii W'cdiicKilny morning fol- jkM lowing ;in opcrnt ion Tor fippcittltt'it is n week boforc. It wns MM a pus envc and pcrinilis had already set in when (lie doctors "ifa performed t lit operation. Two (rained nurses and (wo doctors J ffl& wore in attendance, so that lie was never alone and every thing ? M possible was done to save his life. lie had returned from a jgjj business trip to Washington and Oregon on .June !)th and (he. V' flU following dav was stricken. j' J "lH ,,(la(l1 caused two cities to bo f 'Wm stricken with grief and n wholo coun cil JlH ly l0 mo,lrn- "or" ln Santluulii, An- 1 'Mm K,IHt r'' INr's' '"' "VLM llls cnrly llr '" i9m Provo, nltondlng tho II. Y. lT. mid J M working In Pnsscy's stoic. Ho nuir- , J rlcd IiIh wife, Alias Violet Lon...

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. — 24 June 1916

I iUTllllAV, Jl'NB at, lolO. HiP " J "'""" - ' -M.J.yi"N SATl'HDAY, Jl'NK 21, 1DIG. I j AM. FORK LOCALS B .jj jioylo was In Logan n few B (la'9 tl,ls wcc,t on ml8,ncs8, Mrs. Charlotte Greenwood Is spond- nf si week with relatives In Salt Lake I Kihel Kelly left Wednesday morn- inE tor an extont,ctl 8tny w,th rc,n B (ivcs In Ogden. B A most beautiful lino of nil the now B thing l Parasols at Chlpmnn's, B Manila Hooth Is visiting hi Snlt B Lake this week with Lucllo TnTmngo. B 'riiomnR S. Robinson filht Sundry B in l'rovo, attending the 'Chautnuqun B scricr.s. d L, MeClosky tf Vhb Utah Power I and I l?ht Co. w'fts In Salt Lake Snt I unlay and Sunday. I Hen Carlson of Salt I.ako. spent I suiirtaj with his wlfo and family In I Anierleun Pork. Miss Madeline Myers of Kurckn, hns I been a fcuest at the homo of Mi-.i. I ltiibcn Chlpman this weok. I rtcail Chlpmnn'H ad, full half pago I front cover Citizen. , 1, W. Jackson who Is working at, I the Wandnmerc resort nt Salt l.ako "tit Saturday...

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. — 24 June 1916

B t'UDAY, JUNK 21, 1D1C. J . LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS SMr. nml Mrs. II. C. Foathcrstonc were week end vlsllois lo Snlt Lake Dr. and .Mis. Clu Istonon enjoyed n weeks' vacation In I'iovo Canyon fishing. t j Mrs. A. J. Klrklinm relumed Thtirs- Hfi day nftor spending n fow dnys In Pro- l'i vo visiting with frionds nnd rclntlves. ' JntncH Clinnilicrlnln of Cednr Tort was transacting buslcnss In l.ohl '- i Tucsdny. J. Fcwuoii Smltli of Snlt I.nke, con sulting 'engineer for tlio ABsoclaled Cannl Comiinnlca lsltcd tlio pump ing plant Tucsdny. f A stork arrived nt tlio liomo of Mr. ij nnd Mrs. Arclilo Gardner Saturday f nnd loft a baby boy. Uoth mother i nnd bnbo are doing nicely. J, H Mrs. Jnmca Fold, Mrs. Edward Saboy, Mrs. Jim Saboy, Sr., nnd U dnugbtor, l.uey, and Mr. nnd Mrs. El- lis Saboy camo down from Walls- ! burg, to nltend tbo funoral of their ' uncle, Jolin Saboy. No Job of printing Is too small or too largo for us. Phono 142.W and 'A wo will do tlio rest. C-tf ?! I R. H. Lewis...

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. — 24 June 1916

B SJ I sATt'llDAY, JUNE 24, 1010. Mniin,v . I 1 L-- AMLK1CAX FOUK CITIZEN, SATl Ut)AY, Jt'NH 24, 1010. 1 The Lehi Department Boy Is Killed I When Horse Falls! IlOUIS STROUT, LIVING WITH A. P. OHRISTOFFERSON, ' I IS KILLED INSTANTLY WHILE TAKING HORSE TO I PASTURE. I Louis, tho lu'-yenr-old son of Mrs. li. M. Strout, met neei- dental (loath Monday evening when a horse which ho was riding Ml with tho boy benonth. I Ho was taking the horse to a pasture and was going on a slow trot. Some girls, who vere picking straw berries on V Thrasher farm saw the horse stumble and when tho rider did not got np they ran ;in(l discovered him lying there with life extinct and his head badly crushed. fa WILL SCREAM I ON JW FOURTH H The general eflrnmlttco having In Hchargo a celebration for tho Fourth of Hjuly lias been "holding sovcral moot- jn;;s and chairman Leo Goatcs Is authority for tho statement that It SkIII bo fall of patriotism anil one of Hthe best ever held. B Follow Ing nro tho sub-commltt...

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. — 24 June 1916

SATWIDAY. JUNK 1!., 1910 AMERICAN TOMC CITIZB.V. 9 x $ ; ifc I: LEHI LOCALS Mm. Mitchell OavlH spent Sunday with iclntlves In Sprlngvllle. MIrbch Xclln HIkiiIch unil Dully Wiui InBB vvero Salt Lake visitors Sunday. Norma Hnmnier Ib homo nflcr upend-j,- lug n few weeks In llltiBhnm. fi Mih. Mm to McCurrlo Hpent tho week end In Snlt Lnko vlBltliiK hor daiiRh- jE tors. f ' Rcnil Chlpmnn'H nil, full half pane front rover Citizen. i r ' f Mi-h. (.'huilea Turner Iiiih letiiriicdl ij'.j homo after a vveck.s visit In IIIiik-1 ii ham. ' !i Mm, Nelly Wilcox roliiineil lo (Siir-j Lj field Thursday when- who In employed, jjS In tho Pont Olllco. tpH Mr. Joseph Shtivv of Lake View Is ;fl tho Riiest of Mr. ntid Mrs. .nines iH QoiirIi. IOle Lumen of I'lenimut (lieen Is vls ItlliK with his patents, Mr. mid Mis Peter Larson. Chlpinmt'H nre IiiivIiik n Wk Kale on Shoes. Slippers, ('lothliiK unil Diess Goods, InstltiK until July Itli. Mr. mid Mrti, Mott returned to their homo In Miiii.ibh.i, Colo., Tln...

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. — 24 June 1916

bant Grove will furnish her full c,uoto for dtv on faMn Rorder says Mayor Swenson ij ITvTlRDA. Jl'NK24, 1910. ?- J - J SA11 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, J 1 - U1 ' j SATURDAY, Jt'NE 24, lOlti. K I Pleasant Grove Department j ESANT GROVE I WILLJSELEBRATE flsjnt Giovo will honor tho na flannHcrsary on July 4th with n flg cclebrntlon. Thoro will bo n tic meeting In tho forenoon and fl ami games In ho nftornoon. fltlay evening nt n mass meeting City Hall tho folowlnB general Httce as appointed. A. K. fl w. Hayes, Mayor Swenson, Riga), A II Olpln, J. D. Thome, Hanks, Alex Thornton, Amy and Nclllo Hnlllday. Thocom- prosram will appear In' our flksuc. UNHID 1 PLEASANT GROVE Hr M Robinson, son of Mr. and Buy Robinson, died In Salt Lake HLst Wednesday, from Nephritis. PMas sixteen years of ngo on the H hst February and lived in this Hi moling to Salt Lako Inst Do- Pflas brought to Pleasant Grove Pflhl and funeral services hold in Pflkrnaclo yesterday afternoon. 1 I POSTPONED I IILIJEX1 YEAR flje C...

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. — 24 June 1916

MKIUCAN FOUK CITIZEN, SATt'HIUY, Jl'NK 24, 1910. ' TT H I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS W Mrs. K, U. Iloloy roturnccl Mondny Mm morning from n ten day's visit with K her tlnitglitors In Salt l.nlic. X Our 4th July Slippers niul Shoes, m Men's nnd Hoys' Suits, Waists nnd W I'nrnBols nro nil In nnd nobby styles Wb nt Chlpmnn's. j9 Mis. Win. Thorntn nnd Mrs. Win. E9. Clilpmiin left Monday for n week's Is- Wm It with tholr sister, Mrs. II. 13. Rob- HP lllHOII. iK1 Mrs. Mnry Wnestnff nnd (Inuclitcr, jft '. Hazel, of I'rovo nro hero for n motnhs 3K .visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Dnvld Wok- 9 staff. jJE Mrs. ICtnyllno Sykes nccompnnled i jM her son, Glen, to I'rovo Saturday, ' jm whero ho hnd his (nnslls nnd nydnols kjK removed. I Bm IH i Mrs. inn II. Sinoot nnd dmiRlilur, Wm I3rmn Mnxlnc, of Salt I. alto, enmo jj down Sunday morning. Mrs. Smoot Wm returned In the evening but Miss ffl Smoot will remain for n week's visit 'km with Miss Mao dnrff Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. WnRstnff wen In I.ebl Sundn...

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 July 1916

I American .. bork CitizejL :i I AMI2U1CAN I'OUK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JUA 1. 1910. NUMI1KU 11 j I , iii -j "mmTm7TTTm? m "" ' L-M"MM7"1 ' imiiiiM - , ,,n 1,, John Cleghorn Guts I Belorphan Fissure I WSTUmEOOPNTTO OUB INTER. I The host news that has conio out of the Canyon since tho I nnounccincnt of Peter Miller's cutting tho Pacific fissure, was I fho announcement Saturday that John Cleghorn had broken I fn tho Belorphan fissure and was taking out lead and cop I ncr 'glance ore. Samples that were brought down bear a ro I nmblcnce to tho general class ore that is now being mined in I tho Pacific. One assay shows values in silver and copper of 4405.19 per ton. I Thc bin vein has ca cr0BS cut I ,or twelve feet without yet reaching to hanging wall. It Is nil filled with m bearing material apparently yof I milling grado with rlba of lead ore I ll samples of gray copper, unciucs- tionably running high In Bllvdi-. No -1, cstimnto can bo mado of tho strike mi tbo hanging wall is reached 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. — 1 July 1916

SATl RDAY .11 LY 1, 1010 AMERICAN FOUK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 19k Mi OLD FOLKS H VISIE SALT LAKE If Tuesday was a lil(; dny for tho old Hm people of ovrr seventy, from RrlKham ll&V on tM0 ,iur"' t0 l'n.vso" on ",l eolith. VwJI About 5000 visited Salt Lake on ll Hit nitiiiuil oullntf unit lmd otio or t li I1Hb ,,CHt ,,IIKH r "ic'r "U'H- NtlHior Mm kIIe money nor labor had been spared for jJUraf tliclr reception. Mnny wont from tin Bff!ff north end of Utnh County. WBm pleasant grove local lx Oep Its hot why not got nn Oil IB-Ti' Stove from ChlpinnnV. Y t h The Ln Viilo Swnrm of llro hlvo SjLl Iris of tho 1st Ward mot nt tho homo 1 I M of MIhh Hell Olpln Tuesday ovciiIub. Jl Mrs. Lucius Lntullo from Lnyton is I'yE spending tho week with her Bister, y Um Mrs. West Jacobs. sm Tho stork loft rn S lh bnby hoy nt $$ tho home of Mr. and Mrs, West .Tnrohs y JM Friday. June 23. 't'lnm' r'10 Hyinonoptorla Swnrm of llco iM" ' '"vo K'''H lllL'1 '0I,,'!,V evening nt 1 'jSff the homo of Mis...

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 July 1916

p.TI-HPAV Jl,ALLi2H -,..,-J AMERICAN FOMC. CITIZEN, SATURDAY, Jl LY 1, 1010. J5 3 i i. FORK LOCALS " - chrlBtcnscn mndo a business trIptoSalt Lakojucsday. nr Robinson Is homo after an i.b eof six monlhiMit the herd. ( r, mecrxoll Is In from tho herd ,;i - sntth h,i w,fR rhloman-H claim best ventilated and jrSnom.e.Mcrators. v M Oroo was down from Salt Lako Ti'y "m,,B w,lh h,B wlf0 nhrt, family- rharllc McCnrty of Canada spent Jndny .o.o Msltln with HIb I.roth- ,r, Timothy McCnrJ rivde l"'kcr cnm0 down from ,'' Mnyon today to spend u week at tho Soofhl.fathorUfoI'arkor. UK8 Marv C'brhtcnscn pntcrtalncd llnday' ovrnin- for the Utopian Srm of Leo hlvo girls. I rmma Ingorsolt was down from I Jfruko Sunday vlalthiK with her, I JotH Mr and Mrs. Roboit Inflor- I MlL I Aim- Howlcy and Nophl Hanson I q,U UKc were In American Fork I L first of tho week visiting with the j I former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alma I Rowley. Sr I do you know that wc arc now hav I ; some of the best picture shows j ...

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 July 1916

,n,r """" day, jpl ' BAt HDAY, JUIA' 1, 191G. -' ' " ' -- l 'I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS S'n'W'f A. J, Kvnns, Jnmes Hobortn nnil O. gfwj Comor wuro In Provo on legal busl- iyH ucss Mondny. Pm Ed. Hobs of Sitgnr City, Idaho tins fuMf boon spending (ho past weok looking 1 1 JjjSJ "P n fa i in In Utnh County. IIo In- $P 1 tonds moving his family back to Utah. '" I I Tho Y. ,M. AI. 1. A. of tho First Ward I h ' "f was organized Sunday, with Ilyrum I) Andoison president and Willis Schovv ' ty and Vligll Peterson as his counselors. li In B''I1B t,lc "'1t "f worlont nl t,lu i;i'l Hi Ib 'Ton'nn i"'"'!!' wo omitted tho 1 i 9I nnmo of Haynor Goates, who has ' ! M$ charge or the shift from 8 p. in. to i ,? J3 4 p. m, ' Msk A delightful surprlno patty was glv- . Jjf en Oscar F.vuns l.y a number of his ' ' -Jfli young f Honda, Monday evening. Tho M VH ovonlng was spent making rnndy and ' 4H plnylng games. ill i '''ttfl In ,ln,lnr of M'8B I'fdyn llushman, j t 9 a Juno hi Ido, Mrs. John Hunlimnn a...

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 July 1916

B..TL'nDAV, 3VIX 1, 191C. t AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN ATU " . " SATURDAY, JULY 1, 191C. Tree Lehi Department j fjetailed Program I For July Fourth atttTS of guns serenading by the band pat- BrIOTIO PROGRAM CHILDREN'S SPORTS-CONTESTS I FOR GROWN-UPS BASEBALL GAME FIREWORKS I GRAND BALL. I Arrnim'eim'118 arc now completed for Lolii's big cck'bra on next Tuesday. The committees have been working hard ml promise t,1(' local citizens and the many visitors who arc Kncctcd. thnt the anniversary of tlio Nation's birthday will be R. l.o remembered. Kberf w111 Lc ",0 "1,Unl Bal"t0 f H t day break ln honor ot th0 13 Ksat ttw ami moro salutes nt H unfurling of old ery from tlio H.ir polo at BUhrtio followed by H sercnadlnfi of the city by the Hm silver Hand. it 10 o'clock thoro will bo more sn H, for tlio pcoplo to Bather nt tlio Htematlo wlic" th M,,owlnB ,)ro- Ha will bo given: Hn will bo given, which will begin H io:00 fharp. overture-Community Orchestra, dl Ktcd by Piof. Abraham Anderson. opfnl...

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 July 1916

iMHUCAN FOIIK CITIZEN, SATL'llDAY, JIM A" J, i916 '' f Tl'llllAY, Jl'I.Y 1, 1910 . . v UST"-""" mmmmm mmmmm LEH1 LOCALS 5 ,-' A. J. ICviiim has lifuti uttciidliiB the 1- big water suit In Proto every day this week. . I Mr. Krnnk Tulor, the Juab Com- , inlBslonur In In l.elil nt tlio homo of i Mr. mid Mis. W. K. Kvnns. f Mrs. Kilns limes -.sns tlio biichI ' Mrs. Kiln llcatrlco and Kvn Thomas of ! Salt I.nho Montlny. Qcp ItH hot why not Kct itn Oil Stove from Chlpmnn's. ! Mr. nuil Mrs. Knrl TIioiiiboii spent Mondny in Suit l.uko City on busl- 111 CSS. MrH. Kilns Jones hud iib her finest Sunday, Mrs l.cliinil .1. Arnolil of Snlt Lnkc Clly. Mr. Samuel Wilcox of Cedar l'ort had his tonsils removed at tlio local hospltnl .Saturday. Mrs. ICIIzabeth WrlBhl of MaKiath, Canada, in the finest of Illsliop and Mrs. John Stoker. Mrs. J. II. Stalkor of Felt City, Ida ho, In vlsltlnc with hor BlBtcr, Mrs. W. K. Hopkins. :"i Mrs. ' S. Topo of McGlll, Nevada, P l vlaltliiK with Mr. T. R Klikham i , 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. — 1 July 1916

I sATinlV. JtMie. AMER1CAX koiik cmg s.milDAY.JHA 1,1010. I I Pleasant Grove Department J I . k I i "WEB3iMtrHI I I ) B-il Jwelve Soldiers I Boys Go To The I Front HhT ARE MEMBERS OF THE UTAH BATTERY AND FOUR ARE IN A CAVALRY TROOP. M The past week in Pleasant Grove has boon lull of excite-, nent, twu. and farewells, because of the departure of twelve 3sBar boys enlisting in the National Guard and tbe departure pBigW of tliem to the front. Tbe last four, who enlisted in .cavalry, will bo kept at Fort Douglass a short time for pre- uHatkm. ,sBlio$c who arc enlisted in a J Utah Battery are Harold JWinon, son of Louis Robin- HliOflii Kiulniall, son of Jas. ttjBalI; Samuel Hilton, son of Hpli Hilton; Arnold Uicli- Bsonof Thomas Kichins; "Wlmr Anderson, sou of Ole giBerson; Andrew Johnson, rjH Louis Johnson, sons of J. Johnson. Errol Ilalliday, eighth member is still out H the sheep, not yet having i communicated with. The J Bi Battery of which the boys I Hall members left for Doug B Ari...

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 July 1916

r SATURDAY, JULY l i, AMERICAN KOnK CITIZEN, 'J 1I. SATURDAY, J I LY 1, 1U1C. . - '"" ' - jj AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS ,! Oct a nice cool Rofrlgorntor ot , ,'' ' Ckliimtm'ii. -I'jali Mr nml Mr"' w,n' Cook ot Ccilnr 'MJI Iort "l,cnt Jlontla'-ln Amerlcnn Fork w'llfwl visiting frlotids. &'ffl f Mr. and Mrs. Win. I.offlor or Sprlng- T'E'ffll vlllo spoilt Sunday with their datigh- i;ll tor, Mm. Voi n Walker. tlhl ,l0"" n,mllo' BII0nt Moml:iy '" Snlt "IHW I'"ko vlVB,l,,1B wl,h llor Hl8,cr' Mr8, III m ' a. n. emtio. if ji m . ,& M lllsliop James T. Oaidncr mid fam- J.I J lly nro spending n week's vacation In 'igi American Fork Canyon. fe J$ r ifi jf i ' MrH. K. .1. Dnrrnnt spent tho foro- ;iS ' pait of tho week In Salt I.ako with I'ffifl j relatives. HIM RIr3, A,,n w,lcox nIul Mrfl' I'l,wrcnc0 i tlH Mulchings wcro Salt I.ako visitors I'JWi Saturday. tsm 1' Tflv Mrs' ' ' nr,l,B0 1'clurn(Ml Monday '' jjliPj . ovenlng from a two week's visit with mJHI her father and sisters I...

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. — 8 July 1916

I American Fork Citizen ; m.'- "" '-"""' " r"" -" ' r - . m !'"', f.j WT AMERICAN POUK CITIZEN, SATl'ItDAY, JUIiXtf. 1910. UMI)EU 12 J porphan Ore Assays $75.00 I Lead-Silver-Gold In.bitfstrikoiiithoBclorplinii reported lust week seem to I ki fe,00tl ant "ullcntions arc tnat-il Wl11 "'ovo to be a r fjssuro thnii the Pacific, with more mill ore mid loss 1 V sample of the whole face of mill ore showed values of In $1.10, silver 11.2 ozs., lead 2.1 per cent, copper .Go per cent. I'.':! i,io!il ns u concentrating rock. The lend ore which makes in I. biff vein in 12 to 14 inch Inks nssnys: $4.20 gold; 1.95 07.s. silver and 38.n0 per it lead. At present metal Ices this means a gross value $7o per ton. ite minors are now upraising the surface on the foot wall r air and will reach the sui ce in about two weeks, when t is done prospecting the fis rc on the tunnel level will be Ken up. Later if development. IOHANGENAME I AND MOVE OFFICE. I ii!!81 Klnt Kllon Mining I l'o property Hob t tlio ju...

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. — 8 July 1916

.MBBICVNgORKOlTIZEN. SATURDAY, Jay, , gasrsai$agia Vm ' rrffL J Tt JhiHSi 1 " !&' a x Viy fle6B' JB) nHB ii ifl I'SMiitiM if i Tfr ihn iWrTi'Vi'f i i MM 1" . &rx ? rJBE'H Hi j t II M) WORLD FAMOUS TENOR MISS EDNA ANDERSON Utah's Purest Soprano I COMING I The John T. Hand Concert Co. Hi HI WITH 12 lli:illli:itS ALL ARTISTS IN THK (101MI OLD MLI.OHIllS WII LOVE TO HKAIt. I Royal Theatre, Monday, July 10 K 8:15 P. M. : : : : : : : : : : : 10c &nd 15c H YOUR MONEY REFUNDED IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED." H THIS WILL BE THE MUSICAL TREAT OF THE SEASONS - y ! H BENEFIT LEHI SUNDAY SCHOOLS. U I ALPINE PUB. CO. GETS COUNJY PRINTING H This Paper lo lie The Official Organ I for I'tali County Tor 'Hid Hustling HH Year. BU Tlio County Commissioners nt Ub Hn session Monday awarded to tlio Alplno in Pub. Co., tlio contract for publishing mm tlio delinquent tax lint tlilfl fall, also (M all tlio County notices and ndvortlso- mcntB for tlio ensuing year. Th' Hi papers bid was IB cents per de...

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. — 8 July 1916

t rt-RPAY-iiLLfLL---- ---? . . AMBltlCAN FORK ClTlZrx S U I HP V, ,UI s. 1W,. J Ali. FORK LOCALS - .Cl0mptonn'mEuro,Hl iSh i:.lo.ton. u U Armstrong Is one of tlio Unl. ,lllSnCII made n business trip jo 'tle MonJny . s-icholea ot Ourflcld, spout JJS Hh " acorg0 Nlcholus- lltl, Kins t"c wcek wlt" relatives In 1'iovo. indMr KcUoyllnitlcttof Snlt ' arc spending iho week camping j.e l-tah Lako Hosort. le l'oulson and Adclln ItobliiBon , ,he first f tho wcok ln Snlt dsltlne wl MlsH l',so"'s t'r and relatives. ,. Ilattlo Walker one of the WioMhoH Y T faculty la hero jloi? n couple of weeks with her ;er, Mr. Kobert Walker. tld flrown lias been spending tho I In l'rovo with licr aunt, Mr: Jones. ,jn and Dell Singleton wore In , their herds this week visiting their ttlos and families. n(S V. Hi own and family left icsdar for a lx works stay at herd at Soldier Summit. r md Mrs. Alfred Steele of Hlng ipent the first of tho wcek In rfcan Fork lsltlng with his pal Mr. and Mrs It. H. Steele. inks ...

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. — 8 July 1916

S UniJAY, JULY 8, 101G. ilavo your shoe. repaired by ono y ho learned tho trntlo nt tho Economy h 3 hoo Shop on Mnln street. You will l;k.Jk:wt, 1)0 given satisfaction. 12tf R. EL Lewis Vjjj3 Painter and P Paper- hanger j'j t KALSOMINING AND '. h J PAPER CLEANING 1 j -1 1 At Itrsldpiico 1st. South mill 1st West. 'j ! 4 J i, K if i. h ! I , S l Reward Friends f J I Think of j our friends i, -'ii Hciiipinbcr their faces '; '3lP Send IIipiii n PHOTO of )oiirfct'lf ,J iii .fjf And I hey nlll In dim send theirs I'M vorit piiotogii.M'hl'h !j'f f k:ifl THOMSEN'S PHOTO H STUDIO i i'Sm 1,1:111, UTAH. rW ' i ' ffll . - - i ijjl Plumbing Heating - Hff " Kstlninles furnished Free IB , i wL" H . SU1TMKS OF AM. KINDS 'I M IB I am now located in Lent nnd ' WM prcpnrcd to do nil kinds of plumb. Kb ' log or to Instnll steam or hot ; Bb water hcntlng plants. HJ j I M. S. LOTT H LEI II UTAH IB f "CONCRETE I For Pormanenco ' ' OH CuIvcrtB j 20-1S-15-12-8 Hl i Drain Tllo G-G-4-3 lunl jfl CONCMITK III.OC...

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