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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 11 August 1906

I Lasam f aLsasaB LaLaB 'M ' - ' aaLB M ); ' ,.- , "fct i' . H H Keep your out-of-town fnends poslcd on fTT TT U alfil T T B 1 T' TW j "1VT If you have any thing to sell tell , the , gH H $Wf4r I I"! lij R'-i 1 I I Mi 1J X publicthroughTHrfciTrZENcolumns.lt H H THLU1IZEN. One Year $1.50 JL JL JL JLU JL JL X CLJ JL-a4 X reaches the people.-Ask our adversers. WM M Vol. 4. No. 16. American Fork, Utah, Saturday. August 11, 1900. Subscription 81.50 'H gaLaBSSB WMMifcW I H Stephen Mott Is Summoned. B ' Stephen Mott ane of the llrstscttslera B of Amorican For answered a llnal Bl aummnnd early last Saturday morning, after u well spent and tuelul lite, being B In alt olghty-llfth year, of which flft- H five year has bvn paused In this city. BM Tbo luneral sorvloes wurt hula In f Pcleacb hall Monday atturnoon. Tho stand and pulpit whs bvantllnlly duo- B for tho occasion. Tho Old Ft 1 is choir opened tho sor- H tIh by slDglag "Rust oa the Ulilsldu" B Washburn Chliman was the lirst gT apralce'r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 11 August 1906

H THE CITIZEN H W. D. LOVELESS, Publisher, H AMERICAN FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS M Oreon Rlrer now has a state bank, H With a capital of 115,000. H Plain, City Is to havo a now canning H taotory, a $20,000 company having M been organized for that purpose. m The Davis county fair will bo a sum B go this fall, an association having Hied B Articles of Incorporation last week. L. Tho Oregon Short Lino company will H operate tho llrst Yoltowstono park ex fl curslon of tho reason on August 2D. m The Logan band, conslstlne of twen m ty-ono pieces, spent two days last wcclt M In visiting Salt Lako pleasure resorts B Knrmers in tho Monroo Holds have U commenced cutting their grain and In M ' Plications for a good harvest aro oxcol H M Tho drug stores of I'rovo will remain m open for business, on Sundays In tin, M fulitre, but will not bo allowed to Bull M liquor for any purpose. ' M Stnto Treasurer ChrlstlaiiRon report M that $135,51)0 statu funda wore collect M cd during tho month of July, w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 11 August 1906

I flfen Who Figured in Kentucky Feud Which I " Resulted in Murder of J. B Marcum vMpi"fji vV77 vBl&K UcattyvlTle, Ky. The Jury In the Hargls-Callalian trial returned a ver dict of uuot guilty l "hort order iftcr ono of tho moat desperately , fought battles In a Kentucky court ' ' for years. Judge James Harris and Edward Callahan were charged with tho murder of J. B. Marcum. Curtis Jett, who was brought here from tho Frankfort penitentiary, testi fied that bo killed Marcum. The verdict of not guilty Is the culmination of a long and bitter fight In courts In an attempt to convict James Hargls and Ed Callahan as chief consplrntors In ono of tho dark est crimes In Kentucky history. James Ii, Marcum was a mountain Hopubllcan lawyer of excellent stand Ing. Ho was engaged threo yours ago ns an attorney In tho contost against Hargls and Callahan, respectively Pemocratlc judgo and sheriff-elect, to oust them from their offices on an allegation of corrupt election. Much bitterness was aro...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 11 August 1906

Palace Saloon J O. J. Smoi.Ant. A Co. I M Dexter, Bourbon and Rye M Whukies. B Pure Liquors for Family B Trado Utah and Eastern Been g Billiards and PooL I When in Town Give U a Call! American Fork, Utah Tolophonn 27X. I The Star Saloon JHh ADAUM A WILD, 1'ropristors H DEALKUS IN WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, H J. F. Couttcr, Bourbon and H Crystal Brook Rye H Salt Lake Beer on tap. H Eastern Beer of all kinds. H Family Trade Solicited V ' aa.aaaa.aaaaaaaaiiaaaaaaaaaaSaaisaaaaisil-aMaSSB I POOL AND BILLIARDS 1 Mnrebanl SI., American Forte. UUh H ' - XJR Next S-P H . co 3 mmr era ct - flt : 1 BARBER SHOP H I ir Wit IM.KASU YOU TRLt. OTIIKTtS, UU IK WK DON'T rl.KASK YOU TKI.L US. M Two CJia'wH OPEN ALL DAY H S. WOODS, I'rop. H 1 H , , , . B THORNTON'S CANKER H i AND ' SORE THROAT H i REMEDY H Aiifisnd pltiiint curs for M Cankor Soro Throat m and Soro Gums. H Every bottle guaranteed H Sold exclusively by WM. THORNTON, DRUGGIST, H AMERICAN TOKK. . UTAH H a i H Curront Timo Tablo. B KAST HOUND....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 11 August 1906

f A HIGH POSITION FOR LABOR LEADER. -1 , - E. E. Clark, of Cedar Rapids, la., grand chief of tho Order of American Railway Conductors, has boon appointed ly I'reBldcnt Koosovclt to a Beat on the Interstate commerce commission. In appointing Mr. Claik President House jrelt mndo a concession to labor which will alato more thun 38,000 railway con ductors. I ' KEPT THE WIRE HUMMING. Great Feat of Henry Bognrdus, Who Was tho Original Tramp Telegrapher. Henry Dogarihis was the original tramp telegrapher. He had traveled all over tiro world and undoubtedly was ono of the finest operators In tho business, but ho wouldn't bold down a job for more than two or three weeks. One night ho wandered Into tho omco of tho Atlanta Times and asked for a Job. Tho paper needed a man badly and put him to work. Tho chief operator got hold C Uie . other man on tho wlro and told him he hnd a new man on and to work him out. That was tho day before typewriters camo Into general use. Everything was written out ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 11 August 1906

bLM " ' ' i ' ' . i ' saM M DAZED WITH PAIN. H The Suffering of aCltlrenof Olympla, H Wash. H L. 8. Gorhnm, of 61C East 4th St, H Olympla, Wash., aays: "Six roars ago H I got wet and took cold, and was soon LbLLH flat In bed, suffering t tortures with my back. Every movo munt caused an ago nlzlriK pain, and tho persistency of It ox haustcd me, so that for u tlmo I was dazed and stupid. On tho advice of a friend I began uo lnK Doan's Kidney v ' Pills, ond soon no- H tire' n c'lnngo for the better. Tho H lililiic;' coiTCtlona bnd been disordered H nnd IrreKulnr, and contained a lic.ivy H sediment, but In a week's tlmo tho H urlri- ins clear and natural again and H tlio pass-iRei regular. Gradually tho H aclilnR and soreness left my back and H then tho .nmcnesH. I used six boxes H to niaho sure of a cure, nnd tho trou- H bio tin nuvor returned." H Hold by nil dtvlors. GOccnts a box. H Foster-MIUium Co.. HnfTnlo, N. Y. H 'I he real trat of trtito coin?! nttrr fLI PUTNAM I'ADIU.KKH DYES ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 11 August 1906

BSsaBBiBBBMBpSaBBHSBBBBBWBBBBBMBlBWSSlHBBBBWBMBWSjBH H isbbV sY BlBH M HON. W. H. KELBAUGH WF OF WEST VIRGINIA Jf PRAISES PE-RU-NA. f ISBBBBBBH9HnaS3S''v','- i ' mSmm W KKmttV' .: WJ.f1 HLBBBHkEt"' wimmi lion. W. II. Kclbnush. CoW ci (n.v 7"w o- Mf lurr. - ' fitfully in Hot Went Air, is Very J)e- ( ftttiiiif la the System, i'c-ru mi is U an Uneq'mtleil Tonic J or Sinh CiiMf.s. 1 A'tad What l ofle Say About It. m a e-a a i - a m -------. .- i Hon. W. II. KeUmtitfli, Kx-Menibor W. Va. Li-irltliitiirc. t!OI otlt Ktrcct, t I N. K Washington, D. C, wfilcs: I " I'om cin use my name and i ord i i a (ties torl'eruna as a nicdl-1 : cine and tonic uncqtialed. I have t tried It tor a stubborn cold and I I' ; badly run down system. I tried nil ', sorts of other medicines and paid T several expensive doctor bills, i I Peruna cured me, strengthened me ) more than ever, and save4 me 1 money." j W Mm. Clara Mttorst, 8cnflcld, Ind , W says: "Last fall lloolc asurcru cold, I took Pcrunu, began to Imp...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 11 August 1906

BSSSSSa r '- - " - - .. ... ; .. , . : .... .tA ii in rr r -ftjt, M H THE CITIZEN B American Fork, Utah H Published every Saturday. W. 1). LOVKLEB8, PHOP. H "Entered May, 27th. 1903 at Amerl- H can Fork, Utah as aecond-claM matter, under Act of Congress of March 8rd. H 187ft H Subscription in advance, 1 year. .11.50 H Six months 76 H Throe months 60 HHMall-HaaHMj fl AROUND THE TOWN. H Mr and Mrs F. M. Brown are H enjoying a week's camp life in Am- H crican Fork canyon. H The best assortment of fishing H tackle in the city, at the American H Fork Co-op. H Arthur Laycock of this city and H Miss Thalia lvenon of Pleasant H Grove were married Wednesday, at H the county seat. They are both very H popular and highly respected young 1 people of this neighborhood. They H will make their home in thU city. B Have you seen those up-to-date 1 bracelets Dell Chipumn is showing? So popular during the short sleeve season. H Mrs D. R. Bebee of Provo spent H the week as the guett of Mrs W. H T. Brow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

y I p i '' i'TT " " " r ' Vi'.'.r;., .,, v, r ,,:- ',.; f- tV--. S y'-Tr ia&-m - -y " - -y l...-rl-r.ilill,,-.T " r , ..r ."i.. H 1 Keep your out-of-town friends posted on f I 1 1 I J fl I I I ' 1-J Im, I yu avc any lnS ,0 se" tc Jie the progress of American Fork by sending them I I I H , I )i I I I M k I" I I J public through THL CITIZEN columns,! It H THE CITIZEN. One Year $1.50 J JL A ' VJ& -- JL JL ZLi JLJJ -L ' reaches the people.-Ask our advertisers. Tigjjl , ' - H I Vol. 4. No. 18. AMrcuicANFomv. Utah, Wtuuiuv. August 25. 1906. Subscription $1.50 Meets Instant Death B Mm Rum MoDonalil of tlio Mo Donald hotel, received ft ecvurn slioc't, K Tuesday morning whoa word rcai-hi-d I yog her o( the Instant death of her hut- band, .1. W. McDonald. V Mr McDonald was u bridge bullilcr Id the i mploy of tho Southern Paclllc H near Elko, Nevada, and was killed V about two miles west of that place at I -, an earl; hour Monday morning. Mr r m McDonald was on a railroad velocipede I ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

HHHHH' vJ Hii I JTHE CITIZEN W. D. L0VELES8, Publisher, B AMERICAN FORK UTAH HLs i r I UTAH STATE NEWS HH David A. Johnson has hern nn- HH pointed postmaster at Moab, Grand Hh county. HJ Madge Hnmlltnn, a denizen of Salt HJ Lake's hnlf-world, suicided Saturday, HJ taking morphine. HJ Tho thirty-sixth nnnunl conferene HJ of the Methodist missions was held In HJ Salt Lake City last week. HJ Hnrold Jones, nged 10, ot Salt Lnku HJ City, Ib dead from lockjaw, caused by HJ a small Bpllnter In his toot. HJ Grasshoppers nrc doing consider HJ nblo damage to tho second alfalfa HJ crop In tho fields nenr North Ogden. HJ 'Work on tho waterworks system fot HJ Monroe Is progressing rapidly, tht HJ last carload of piping arriving last HJ week. HJ Tho United States Ozokerite com- HJ pany hnB purchased 1,015,000 feet ot HJ lumbar on the Uintah reserve In tha HJ vicinity, of Colton. HJ Tho public schoolB of Salt Lnko City Hi will begin a week later than tho HJ usual tltno this year, the dato set bo- ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

I I NORTHWEST NOTES I Frank A. Roberts bu been appoint- I -ed postmaster at Thayne, UlaU coun I ty. Wyoming. I The city hall, city Jail and Ave of H the principal business houses of Farm- I Ington, Wash., wero destroyed by Are last week. M Before 8,000 to 10,000 spectators, m Brigadier General Funston on Sunday K reviewed, the troops of his command B in Camp Tacoma. John Gorst, one of the pioneers of B Port Orchard, Wash., accidentally K nhot and killed hiniBelf while hunting Wt bear near that town, K Little Pitt, one of tho three escapes Wt from the Nevada state prison, was R captured nt McKlnnoy's, Nevada, by Ml Indian Dick Bender and Indian Jim. JSr, Flrc destroyed the saw mill and all R the other buildings at Parkershurg, Ore., on the Coqulllc river, except tho residence of Manager Krunenburg and -one other. S Fire, which Is believed to have been jr. Btartod by a cnreless tramp, destroyed ! about fl 0,000 worth of property at "Watervlllo, Wash. M. D. Bergcson was scvci'ely hurt....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

I j Palace Saloon H I O. J. Sinclair. & Co. I H I Dexter. Bourbon and Rye I Whiskies. H Pure Liquors for Family H Trade H Utah and Eastern Beers Lm Billiards and Pool. H Whtn in Town ftce 7 a Co H American Fork, Utah H Tolephonn 27X. I The Star Saloon fl ADA W8 WILD, Proprietors H DBAL1CH3 IN WIHES, LIQUORS, C16ARS, H J. F. Couttcr, Bourbon and H Crystal Brook Rye H Salt Lake Beer on tap. H Eastern Beer of all kind. I Family Trade Solicited POOL AND BILLIARDS afarafeant M., Amerloan Vorla, Ua mil. i cdl HI T UR. Next I BARBER SHOP r IV WK IM.KASE YOU TRLU OTHXItS, J ir wk don't please you tell, us. A Two CJiairs M OPEN ALL DAY , H. 8. WOODS, Prop. I THORNTON'S CANKER ... AND SORE THROAT i REMEDY A ssfi and pleitint cur lor Canker Soro Throat and Soro Gums. H Every bottle guaranteed H Sold exclusively by H WM. THORNTON, DRUGGIST, fl AMERICAN FORK, . UTAH I IIIDGRANDEV5!i? I Currant Time Tablo. H KAST HOUND. rlo. 8-Kur Silver City, Euroka.'.Pay I -son and InteituedlaVQ points, 6:6...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

1 HHi I ' -' HHHHH ' HH 6 theSTcabiimt if ffik TyL. BY GISELA DITTIrtCK BRITT. .rife K' There was.u quick e-tcp in'tho hall. Sifl Molllo looked Inquiringly across her Is '" silver basket at Jack. Tho Girl In Fink A t up erect anil hastily smoothed ner tumbled locks. Then tho door open.1 , and Townshend peeped In. i r "Thought you people would be tak- jf tag an Inventory computing tho ruv- . ages. That was an awfully Jolly llttlo J dinner, Mrs. Clallln." Ho followed her theory volco Into tho pretty room. "I i aw tho lights were still on, so I didn't ring up tho lactotum. Can't toll how much 1 enjoyed It. Four o'clock, , Tuesday, Miss Van Men. Uood-nlcht, again, i Tho door had almost closed behind him when .Molllo Clallln sprang for- l ward, tho silver dropping with n , crash Into tho buskot. "Oh, Mr. Townshend, come back!" Her soft, southern volco had In It a j noto of distress. "Como right back, I tills mlnuto!" j Ho turned his hIx feet three qtilrk- ly about, and looked down at her...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

bbbbbbbby 1 No man too poor to u H Bain Wagons H No mnn wealthy cnnufK H to liny 1 Yeurpindlather was familiar with H Ibc Rood qualities of The Dnln, H and your grandchildren will be. H Don't be nutledi there it only one H Beit la lirm wagons, and expert' H cute proclaims Dnln. always Bain. H When needing Implement, Ve- H hides or Stovet, write ut We tart H you money, five ycu good good H and gooJ treatment. H Leading Implement Dealers H VUh and Idaho H Consolidated M Wagon and Machine m Company M GEO. T. ODELL, Gen. Mir. Houici at Salt Lake, Ogden, Logic, H Idaho Palla and Montpeller H WB CLOSS SATUnOAYO P. M. 1 The Modern Machinery H W have lately loitalltd In our Jewelry Sbo H nakes II cotiltle for us to hanll difficult H work promptly anj very reatoaatly. H .tJTABllSMI' uxM& H - ''M'fAIN ST. H SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Union Assay Office B a. v. saoiaa. aif iak oitv. utsm H MI salon Contributions. H A report of the Student Volunteer H movement shows that $83,430 u con H Uibuted ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

iffSS LEOPOLD, SECY LIEDERKRANZ, Writes: "Thiee Years Ago My System BM ros Kun-Dotvn Condition. J Ow ro Pe-ru-na My Restoration to iA and Strength." bbbbHbhbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV Urn -o ilBlflill I K : 'Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaml bbw - pjpjPbsPbV I L"5BF ! B I PlISS ftlCKA LeOPOI RTlSS niCKA LI'.OrorjD, 187 Mnln iTJ"ntropt, Mcnnnhn, Wis., Scc'y Lied crlciunz, writes: "Tlin-o j caw njro my system was In terrible run-down condition anil I wns broken out All over tny body. I benn to be worried nbout mr condition and I was fflml to try anything which would relievo mi'. "Pcrima was recommended to ne as ft fine blood remedy and tonic, ami I loon found that It whs worthy o( prnlc. "A few lottles changed my condition materially and In a short tlmo I was ill over my trouble. "I own to l'eiuna mv restoration to I health iiil strength, f am glad to en- I dorsolf' I Pc-ru-no Restores Strength. I , Mrs. Hettlodreen, II. K. 0. Itikn.JU., I . writes : " I had catarrh and feltiulsera- I bio. I began tho iimi ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

pM: r . H THE CITIZEN H ' American Fork, - Utah H ' Published every Saturday. B W. D. LOVELEBB, PROP. PPH' "Entered Maj, 27th. 190.1 at Amerl- H can Fork, Utah to second-etaa matter, R under Vet of Congress of Maroh 3rd. H 1879. H Subscription In advance, 1 year. .$1.60 H Slxmonthi 76 PPH Three months CO B AROUND THE TOWN. H J.J, lackson wai a Provo visitor H Thursday. H Mr and Mrs L. V. Gaisfont and PPfl children of Fillmore, Utah, spent PPfl the week with Mrs; Chas. Logic, H Mrs Galsford's mother. H The American Fork Drug Co. fl agents for Satt Lake Iluddard Flo- 1 ral Company. Cut flowers and PPPJ floral designs furnished on short H notice. Trices low. Call and sec PPPJ photos of designs. B E. Cutler's new photograph stu- PPH din on E.vt Main Street is nearly H ready for occupancy. Tiic build- H ing is neatly arranged for photo- PPPJ graph making. H Pert Pike spent part of the week PPB at Spring Dell. H Raymond Chipman was at Provo PPPj Canyon this week for a few days PPH PPPj Ou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

I THE CITIZEN 1 K SUPPLEMENT AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1000. SUPPLEMENT 1 I THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE OF UTAH I B , Tho Agricultural College nil B have heard of it, some hnvo seen B it, nnd the entire citizenship of B the state hns indirectly profited B by nnd through it, but how ninny B nre fmnilinr with the fnct that in B this school the Stnte of Utah pos- K sctscs nn institution which in the R sixteen years of its existence hns B mnde n record for cdticntionnl ef- B flcicucy nnd general worth thnt B pluccn it high niuong the schools B! of its kind nttnining n rnnk sc- B cond to none of its nge? B How ninny know thnt nt the St. B LoitiH and 1'orllnnd Expositions E the work of the students of this in B slitution, in competition with thnt B from ninny of the great institu- B (ions of the country, wns given B the highest nwnrds gold niodnls. M How ninny know thnt from n B SINGLE small nnd poorly equip- B ped building of sixteen yours ngo. B the institution hns reached ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 25 August 1906

V -y " ''irm ill ' "l h- j r i ,, -j- H fflfi -p 1 bssssV' 'sssVbsssbbYssssbbssssrsssssViJ(2!H!Zf fci tMfcMiwiSM j COLLEGE DORMITORY H splendid crops having been gath- H ered tin's year. Tlie parade Hf grounds and ccrtnin cottages for H Collugc employees complete the H! College plunt, which altogether H, embraces 110 acres. Hj Consider the fnct that each and ' every building lias the most up- B' to-dntc e(iiip!nent, and the insti- ' tutioii in nil its extent is before H you. Does it not impress you tliat H this is an institution worthy the fl pride of any people, of any state J H SCOPE OF WORK. M If then, the institution has the M physical and moral environment 1 disirahlc, and the buildings and M eiuipment necessary for the most m i il'u'tive work, what other ptiases fl lire there that enter into a coin H sideratiou of the value or need of H l tie school 1 The courses offered H and 'the educational worth of the H instruction, of course. H Tim bill providing for the land- H punt ins...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 September 1906

' , Keep your out-of-town friends posted oH T 1 T Ijl 17 1 f 1 I YW j IV I If you have any thing to sell tell the t liH &PJf4riArncAn I H Mi I , I I I i Hi publicthroughTHECITlZENcolumns.lt iH THE CITIZEN. One Year $1.50 111 I 1 A J JL JL JL MJk MJJ -L II reaches the pcop!c.-Ask our advertisers. ' 'H B Vol. 4. No. 20, American Fork, Utah, Saturday, September 8, 1906. Subscription 1.50 , H Utah County High Schools. B tu Lolil, American ForV, Pleasant H Grove, SprlnRVllle, Spanish Fork and H Paysun will bu Riven a two yuan high B school courso Iho cummin k year. A B three years course will be ulvou In Sp BS rlagvllle, and the prospects a to that H tku othcra will add a three years' H,' cottrso in tho future. Hn Tho County has causo to rejoice at BJ this. Last yoar thero were enrolled Bj; 270 pupils, wbluli meant a saving to Bj V- tho home towns of at loast 8160.UO to BJ each pupil (had they left homo to go BJ to sehoo',) or to the County $11. WO. BJ - Statistics show the fulluvlni...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 September 1906

bbH B bwbwbb V. bj I bV THE CITIZEN M W. D. L0VELE8S, Publisher, H AMERICAN FORK UTAH BBBBI - ' " - : H UTAH STATE NEWS BBj Much of the wheat tn the Monroe BBB telds li rusty, and a very light yield BBS a expected. BBH "Willis Parkinson, of Ilyrum, who BBJ ustalned serious Injuries by being BBb thrown from a horse nbout u month BJBJ ago, la recovering. BAB Tho farmers In the vicinity of Hyde BBJ Park were heavy losers us the result BBj of the recent storm, much hay und BBI raln being rendered worthless. BBJ Joe Douglas, a laborer, wag run BBl over by a milk wagon In Salt Lake BBl City and Is In the hospital suffering BBl from Internal Injuries of a serious BBl character. BBb Terranco McGuIrk, a miner In tho BBl employ of the Daly-Judge Mining com- BBJ pany at their workings In Park City, BBJ was killed at that property by being BBJ BBJ Dick Mooneye, aa Indian, filled up on BBJ bad whlBky In Salt I.iiko one night BBJ last week, and almost scared a score BBJ of women to death, before ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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