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American Fork citizen. [volume] (American Fork, Utah) 1912-1979, September 02, 1916, Image 3

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r,pnAV. SEPTEMBER 2, 1016. AMERICAN FORK C1T1ZIA', SATTRUAV, SIM'TEMMER 2, 191G. ;
r - BIG DOLLAR DAY jg 1 j
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llifl )3Q au MERICAN FORK is to have another of those I wf 1 I I
l?)CC-- IVv ( "- f A business Men and Commercial Club. The p faf I 1 ; I
lllT 1 1? " 41 event is to surpass, if possible, anything yet sug- 4 ( j hl I I !ffl
I J lift I r 00' Rested. Thursday. September 7th, 1916, com- : jOLiJvn I 1
I I W 1 1 1 1 mencing at 8 o'clock in the morning and con- y !j
I llVir 4..M JL tv tinuing throughout the day, ending at 10:30 in the evening" If'YC vm
I TTtJnP J Vli P le Business Firms of American Fork are very much en- Jj g, jfc ! M
I u 'il V rl ? thused over this coming attraction. Every Business House $ n" . I Ml
I I l I'tfll Idw will be handsomely decorated and brilliantly lighted in the ? """T- " oil
if i' y"rl -evening. ' The Main and Merchant streets are to be cleaned, . Cj ,r'Yk4 I 'll
I iiiill H h decorated and arrayed with beautiful lights from the Taber- T"llj I '9
I !l 1,1 (JJ8I -jjnacle on the East -to the Grant Hotel on the West. KJ-r V9
I osJSwl " FREE SILVER -BAND STREET CONCERT tll9 I 1
I SiiiartScJ&MMx s-feJPr The Silver Band are to give the public a rare treat from 7 to $' i"t f m
I QTTIPTT 7 1Q1 9 p. m. playing those popular and catchy musical selections. I M 1 l I I 9
I WILL BE OFFERED BY ALL AMERICAN FORK MERCHANTS j I
I, SIDE WALK PARADE M FREE PICTURE SHOW 1
If I 1T "OAUTLY at 7:110 I'. Al. the Bund will lead a soinowlmt novel parade on the Tiicro will be a FK1W IMCTt'ltK SHOW in the HIJONX Theatre at ! :.'I0 P. iM. j 9
' eL suluwall; on iMain and .Merchant Streets. Following the inusie. will he the ! all the children from J to U years of age. The management of this splenddid ' I 19
I A. l'hions of 18G5 on living models with appropriate banners, next in order - w house assures the committee that nothing but good clean pictures will be ' ' ; B
H1- wdl be the fashions of 1S!)0, with costumes in conformity with that day and l wn and reels will be selected especially for the occasion. SOMETHING TO , , 1 I
I'" fuming down a little nearer will be the fashions of H)10, displayed on both AMUSE AND PLEASE THE KIDDIES. ; 4 1 11
I in-a -.I women, "real live ones," and last but not least will be the fashions of today In tho evening there will be Special features for the "grown nps" the same r 1 "M
Hi un .. uu models, leu and Women and Children. A striking feature of the parade iLe-o -ADMISSION OXLY H)c ,- I ,1
H''' u amiv of Babies in babv conveyances of every description. Prizes will be - 1 T 1 1 O A- 10'OA ?' 1 I
Ki' . the largest Babv under one year old. To the mothers' with twin and trip Tt0 1" f K.O I M f( 9 E ,'j3
'-' suiMlPrfi year old ,riZes willalso be given. There is to be the first baby VJT1 ClllU U'Clll, S LW X Lj .UU g ,,
H t'""' . all sorts of carriages, push cartssgo-carts, express wagons, Tricycles, ve At the famous APOIJ.D fi'in !M.i l:.'i() there will be a Oh'ANI) BALL for all jiJJ
H '"' - and automobiles. n home people and all visiters fnnn !ai and near. Music by the Silver Band a m S- j;
H .,..!.. ( : 'liaission onlv .")0c tier couple.. Liu"- will be admitted Free. - g .,f
In the parade will also be shown tin. lujuiy side ol things, a committee especi- " ' ' M (HJ
' q.ted have been selected to show ti) tho freaks ami funny fentures-Fvcry- FVKRYRODY SHOULD GOME HERE 1
' "... miles around ought to see this spectacular pageant. ' . , . , , , ,,, i i ,. .rnnmTA.v 4'' !i
. Everv individual in the mrtli end ought to be hereon the BIG DOLLAR DAY - B !
The parade will form on Main Street and counter march under the direction ol AND FASHION SHOW COM1: BY INT ERURB AN, BY AUTOMOBILE, OAR- '"' Ml
ll balls of the cvenjing viz, Benjan-iu Fullmer, LcOrand Noyes and NVayno Wil- riaGE, WAGON, OR IT WILL PAY YOU THOUGH YOU MAY HAVE TO WALK .' A
c- w,.i lighted bicv'cles. Immediately after the parade the "Fashion Show" TO GET 'HERE. Vj :,i
, ;;; in the store rooms of each business ';;v 'pnli COMMITTEE :-JOS. H. STORRrf, WM. HUNTER, E.J. SEASTRAND, L. S. HAR- d J
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I'He big busy time-SEPT. 7, 1916" 1
I L YOU AND ALLYOUR FRIENDS AND THEIR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS INVITED j
I i'lnw THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1916, WILL BE THE BIG GALA DAYW'" - . "' j I i
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