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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 26 September 1908

fl General Demand M of tll(J Well-informed of tho WojIiI has always brrn for a simple, pleasant and I efTicient liquid laxative remedy of known tW value; a laxative which physicians could sanction for family usu localise its com- poncnt parts aro known to them to bo I wholesome atid truly beneficial In effect, acceptable to tho system and gentle, yd prompt, in action, I In supplying that demand with its ex- ccllcnt combination of Syrup of Tigs and I Elixir of Senna, tho California I'ig Syrup Co. proceed along ethical lines and relies on the merits of tho laxative for its remark able success. That is one of njany reasons why Syrup of figs and Elixir of Senna is given tlic preference by the Well-informed. To get in beneficial effects always buy the genuine manufactured by tho Cali fornia I'ig Syrup Co., only, and for salo by all lending druggists. Price fifty cenU per bottle. Socialism In Japan. Socialism has no footing In this coiuitr) as jot, nor Is there any Indi cation that It wil...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 26 September 1908

F 8 fi ! i in 1 1 THE CITIZEN m American Fork, Utah. JH fl Published Every Saturday B W. D. Loveless, Prop. H "Entered May 27th 1903, at Ameri- PJJ can Fork, Utah, as second-claBS mat' fcr, PJJ under Act of Congress of March' id, H 1870. JJJ Supscriptlon Payable in Advance: JJJ Ono year $1.00 H Six months 7G BBl Three months CO H Of Local Interest. B HcarTafts speeches nt Am. Fork B f Drug Co. H FOR SALE good C-hole range atot PJH Enquire at the Citizen office. 1BBBBBBBI BBH Mill Myra Parker has accepted a pos- PJH itlon in the Chipman Merc. Co's office JJH as Stenographer and assistant cashier. PJH Geo. P. Parker left Monday for Ann PIH Arbor, Mich., where he will study law. JIM Miss Emily Hoggard and Mr. Allcrt PJH Yenccy both of this city were married PJJJ at Provo Tuesday. PJJJ John Cummings of Ilebcr City was n PJJJ visitor In American Fork on Thursday. PJJJ For tho County Teacher'? conventtt n PJJJ At Provo today tho Salt Lake Itcutc PJJJ makes a rate of one fare for lound tnj...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 November 1908

HMMMaiaiaasasasasasaMB - --T i . .' - vB J i j "n I iBaLtassL! -THE CITIZEN. pF a I I Vol. 6. No. 32. American Fork, Utah, Saturday, November 28, 1908. Subscription $1.50 .IH The Week In The Public Schools EVAN STEPHEN'S VISIT H Prof. Evan Stephens, director of the H Tabernacle choir, Salt Lnke City was H a visitor on Monday and Tuesday at B our Rchools. Ho visited every depart- H ment during that time and listened to B the work being done in music. He B lead the tinging in some of the grade d. B On Monday evening he addressed n B largo assemblnge of patrons and (rave B some wholesome advice and cucouragi- ' H ment H Mr. Stephens is perhaps one of the most critical judges of vocal music in the west inasmuch as he possesses such a fine knowledge concerning this par B ticular phase of education. He was pleaed with all that he saw in our schools both in music and general man M agement. He tnid that tho discipline H which he observed was music to him ffi also. The ready ability with whi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 November 1908

H "THEblTiZEN H W. D. LOVELESS, Publisher, H AMERICAN FORK UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS H Fourteen persons afflicted with M smallpox nrc now confined In the Iso- H Ifttlon hospital In Snlt I-nko City. M In one day Inst wenk building per- H inlts were Issued for the construction M of twenty-one buildings In Salt )uUo H city. H Thomas E. McKay, superintendent M of the Weber county bcIiooIh, hns ro- H rlgncd Ills ofllco in order to go on n M Tim city council of Ephralm lms de- B elded to purchaso u tract ot land In M th'c north part of tho town to lio used H tit a city park. H W. It. Rose of Denver died In Snlt M IaIio City on Saturday Inst from nn M overdose ot laudanum, tnkon with H FUlrldnl Intent. H Twelve thousand dollars htid been H collected from tho corporation!) liable fl for license tax nt tho close of business M on Saturday of Inst week, fl A citizen of Saiitaqtiln who cola- M limtod on election night by breaking a H number of windows, has been flnod M gift and costs for Ills' fun...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 November 1908

It stands for something what you pay for our Jewelry Good metal, good taste and good workmanship. - -"iUPMAIN ST. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 2 1-2 H. P. Foos I Gasoline Engine For Sale at $125 A high grade first class engine with pulley for power. Engine complete with gasoline and cool-.- ing water tanks and all fixtures. :::::: Western Newspaper Union SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Deep Foundation!. The catssons for the foundation work of tho tower of a New York sky icrnpcr wero mink to bedrock through nearly 70 foot of quicksand, and tho pillar:) Incrusted to the fundamental rock, over GO of them having thus been placod within three mouths aftor the calsaom were firm sunk. The Youth't Companion Calendar for 1909. "In Grandmother's Garden" Is tho title of the beautiful picture painted fe-y Charles C. Curran for The Youth's Companion panel calendar for 1909. It Is printed on tho finest llnlRhcd stock, hy the most recent methods of lltlwgraphy All the strength and bennty of thu orlglnnl pointing ar...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 November 1908

m I American Fork I I ; Livery Transfer H Does n General I'liRsenpcr and '! H . Transfer business. H All trains nrc met; Passengers' or Haggago nre promptly deliv- 'i 1 ,i ered to nny p.'irt of the city M l Host service guarentecd. H '' Call over either Phone ) M ' h. W. NIELSON, PROP. I AMERICAN FORK I UNDERTAKING C0.I LICENSED EMBALMERS I Anderson Bros., Props. I STEPHEN L. AND warren r. H Caskets All Styles, made to Ppi order and Imported, Hur- Ppi inl Suits, Dresses and Shoes. H Embalmcrs and Funeral H Directors. B Work Promptly and Proper- iH ly cured for. HH lll Cull over either Phone THE CITY BAKERY H Wants Your Patronaee 1 And Should Get It Q"PHtroni7e homo" is an old principle but a (food ono and Ppi one that every family In Am. H U Fork should upheld. Wo ask PH for your patronage not from BBBM J Patrlot'!im t" home Institu- PPJ tions alone, but because we Lean furnish ou a better ar- tide. PH Our Hi eud and other products fl J can be had fresh every day, m delivered to you...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 November 1908

J WIRE FENCE CORN CRIB. . j ' Inexpensive But It Will Keep Out the Rats. In Uio drawing Is shown h linndy, In eipcnslve com crib, which possesses several advantages not possessed by the ordinary slnl corn crib, snys the Orange Juilil Farmer. It Ir made on 4x4 posts, with puna at their BiimmltB, to prevent ralH from climbing In. The Kills nie 4x4. scantlings 2x4, and two feet apart. The fencing 1b nailed to theRe on all sides, und the door finnm is Blmllarly covered Tho roof li Novel Corn Crib. made wide, so an to shed all possible water. The helghth, length nnd width may suit the rnrmer'B convenience. A convenient width Is about live feet al the floorr widening to seven feet at tho eaves. Owing to the very open mituie of tills crib, corn dries moie quickly than lu a slat cilb, nnd as theio Is less (hancc for water to lodge In the cracks, the crib will be mote durable than If built entirely of wood. GROWING ALFALFA. The Advantages Which This Crop Has Over Other Hay Crops. There aro c...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 November 1908

LbLbbv LaH mmMMWnlmllmMmmwSmMMk. BBBBLaH BBBBBaft-t' ' flfj t T Mil ' 1 ' aLLH H H fl'rl Wr'i Hi VaBfeaaaaVat pi1 vMWWr H This wmiim srtyfl slio wjm imvcd 1 from tin operation by Lydlu 12. H PlnkUuiii'ri Vcgotablo Conipoiuul. H Lenny. Henry, of Norristo vn, Ga., H writes to Mrs. l'uiklmm: fl I suffered untold mlf-cry from fc- H mnlo troubles. My doctor Mild nn opera H tion waa tho only chnnco 1 had, and J H dreaded It almost nn tnucli as doatli. H " Ono day I rend how other women LL had been cured by Lydla K. Plnkhnm's mmm Vegetable Compound, nml I decided to H try it. llofore I bud taken tho ilrsl H bottlo I was better) and now I am en- H tlrely cured. m "livery woman suffering' with any B foinnlo trouble hbould take Lydla K. M I'lnkhatn's Vegetable Compound." H FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. H For thirty years Lydin K l'ink. H hain't) Vegetablo Compound, made H from roots and lieilw, Iiah been the H standard remedy for femalo ills H and has positively cured thousands ol H women who havo be...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 November 1908

I Bimil LuHBBaB$v LbLV jBBBBBBy ' vjWiH f f jtf Vfi9aHen& Vx K&r Villi MR. WM. F. VAILLBERG. Mr. William p. Vnlilburjr, Oklnliomn City. Olt In , wiitos: ' Out- liottluof Peniim which I linvo taken (lid moru tounrd rcllt-vliif; nv of nn itjjfrtiiviitod oiimi of catarrh of the stomach, than jttirsof treatment with tin) best ph.vtiieliuiN. "I liinl glxen up hopes of relief, rmd oiil.Vtiletl lYiiumnsii lust leMiit. "I shall coiitlmie UKiiijr It, ns I feel KntlHlleil It will ultut-t an entire audi pvrniiinciH cute. "1 most cheerfully rci-ominciid l'ermin to nil who may renil thin." I'orunu Is usually taken ns n last tc- sort. Doctors lmvo been tried niul failed. Other lomedles have been itsvil. nnltarinms huvo been visited. Travel been resorted to. At last lVruna Is tried. Ilellef Is found. This history Is lepeated over mid overnpaln, every day In the year. H Is Mich lesiilts ns this that tfives I'cruim Its unnssallnblo hold upon the people. Wo coulil Bay nothing that would add f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 November 1908

n S i i 1 1 in i i I THE CITIZEN H American Fork, Utah. M Published Every Saturday M W. D. LovcIcsh, Prop. fl "Entered Mny 27th 100.1, iit Ameri- H mil Fork, Utnli, nn second-class matter, 1 mi lor Act of Congress of March 3rd, H Stipscriptlon Pnyublu in Advnnce: H O.io yenr ?l.nO H Six months 75 m Thrco months Ml H Of Local Interest. H Ml?s Viola Rnnkln of Salt Lake City B Is the guCit of Miss Mnzie Adamson. H Mrr. Ellen Green Is very ill. Her H Hon Rodney enme home last niht. H Leslie Herbct of lot n Idaho, 'a h r.- 1 v A'tlntf relative?. H Geo. V.. Hemphill and wife parted H Th inksKiving day ul Lehl. H Wntch for the date of "The Court B Mr. nr.d Mr p. Jiliti W. Wrilit spent H Th it ks;ivini;day at Salt Lake. M Miss Hazel Robinson of Salt Luke is L hen visiting relatives. M O.'vil Mtrcer drew tho prize last B Saturdny Grant's Emporium. M Ml.il Mina Houston of I'rovo spent B Thanksgiving day visiting relatives In M American Fork. m Mark Dunklcy camo down from A llingham t) spend T...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 August 1912

viil ' I ' v'vjBBBB ...,l-.... Jl . ...-' 'I I ,-f -- te citizen. ;r w& I H Vol. IO, No. 18 AmekicAn Fork, Utah, S,vtjriav August AT, 1912 Subscription 8i.r,o M I Baby Drowns In Small Puddle. RRfl Tho 16-month old son of Mr. nnil Mrs RRfl Mclvin Anderon was drowred about RBV 11 o'clock last Saturday morning in a BBJ nmall puddle of water near their door. RflH The child was missed but n minute be- Bflfl fore, having toddled into tho yard when BBJ the mother went for him nr.d found the BBJ child faco down in tho wntcr. BBJ It is supposed tho babv had droped BBBJ its apple in the water and in reaching BBJ' for it fell and strangled, not bclrg BBBJ able to help himself. RflH Tho funeral service was held Monday HH afternoon from tho homo of tho grand- HRWi mother, Mrs. Ann Dlckcrson. The HRflj speakers were, John II. Davis, 3. L. M Chipman and J. W. Walker. Mutic by HRflj the First ward choir and a solo by John RflHJ H. Davis were rendered. "" II Ml ! fl Didn't Know He Was Hurt H Unt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 August 1912

WEtI37 ... . . j- - -i-i i ,1 I THE CITIZEN H W. D. Loveless, PublliUor. H AMERICAN FORK UTAH J THE UTAH BUDGET B Ogdcn nnd Salt Lako will Join B hands nnd co-opornto energetically In Hi the mutter of transcontinental nuto- HJ mobllo routes. HJ Moosu from nil over the fltnto gath HJ crcd at I'ark City Wednesday for an HJ outing In the hills near the mining Hb town as thj guests of tho Park City Hi lodge. m Tim Hanlcy, a rcsldont of I'ark City, HJ attempted outcldo by, cutting his HJ throat with a pocket knife, hut his HJ Injuries are not regarded as danger H ous. Hnnley is believed to bo Insane. J If present plans carry, Ilox Elder HJ county will bo represented at tho Hb coming stntu fair In Salt Lako City HJ In Octolwr by a bigger nnd better HJ eshlblt than over mado by this county HJ befiife, HJ Tag day proved a big success In Og- HJ don on August 10, In tho neighborhood HJ of $1,000 being ralBcd for tho benefit of Hi tho Ogden baseball team. Twenty HJ young women had charge nf th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 August 1912

WASTE OF IRRIGATION Much Loss Can Be Avoided by Preparation of Ground. Much Dreaded Evaporation Can Bo Avoided by Using Water In Reser- voir During Early Months and Then Filling Again. How much water did you waste dur Ing tho last precious run? "Didn't waste any not a drop got out of my Held" This may be true and still you wasted water. It went down In Blend of off and whenever water , soaks down one, two, yes, even five feet In spots, It Is wasted. This can only bo uoldcd by moro careful prep aration of tho ground. In California I found tho bottom and aides of mnny upply laterals coimnted and tho fields woro prepared as carefully as a lawn tennis ground In Colorado. This wan truo even in tho alfalfa fields. The old middle furrows' and back fur rows wcro entlrol; obliterated, men worked over the Holds with hand grad ers after the levels had been used, nnd every depression was filled and every knoll levied ' Tho result was that when water was turned on It spread as on a floor In Colo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 August 1912

Hi I: I fsERIAL I V? STORY CJ I! I ELUSIVE 1 I isabel' H By I H JACQUES FUTRELLE I I W Hfl lllajtratlonj JoM. KCTTNCR H CXipirliUt, l, br Th Aoclt.l HunUr MkiIoc B UHjrlM IK bTk,UobllltrtUICMiui. H 8YNOP3I8. )H Count ai llojlnl, the Itnllnn timbm- H sador. Is at dlnnpr with tllplomnt In H the national cntiltnl when n messenger H tiring a not directing htm to come to H tlir rmbnsny at onco. Hern a beautiful H fomm wnmnn axhii that she tin Klvi-n H A ticket to fha cmhniiiy ball. Tim tlrk- H rt In inuilu out III tlin nnmn of .Mia I- H nbol Thornp, Chirr Cnmiiholl of tlio H Fccrot xirvlce, nntl Mr. (Irlmin, his hi-ud H detective, nrn wnrnod thnt a pint nf thn H Ivitln rncrs nnnln.it the ICnKlltlt twk- H Inir mens Is lire wing; In WashltiKtun, H nml (Irlmm iwra to tha Btnto ball fur H Information. In a conservatory his at- H trntlnn la catlnl to Mlaa Isabel Thorni', H who with her companion, soon dlap- H penr. A revolver shot Is heard ami H . Cumpbell and arlmm hasten down the M hall to ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 August 1912

iT-isVT'im ssWrrrrasri -JgiitwiM.nniiMi ' ' ' . IfILENCED I I I srtran4e Experiences in tho Lffa 1 I (Copyright, by V. 0. Chapman.) Lolo Petrlo camo to mo from Kng land, bearing testimonials from buv eral of lotidoti's foremost physicians regarding licr ability as a graduate nurso. I nvalled myself of her serv ices In my private hospital, and hIio Justified the good Impression she made upon mo at our Ilrst Interview. Sho was clever, painstaking and ab solutely trustworthy, and I learned to rely upon her In tho handling of tho most dllllcult cases. Her health, how ever, was not all that It should have been, and two mouths after her en gagement she was nken 111 with u form of nervous malady, I treated her successfully, and she acknowledg ed that, as I Buspccted, she had suf fered from the ailment formerly, and HiIb was a second nttack of the old trouble. It was then that sho related to mo a rather singular story, which I hnvo endeavored to Ret down as fol lows, na nearly us possible I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 August 1912

B " HOLD SOIL MOISTURE H Summerfallow Is Best and Prac- f tically Only Method. H In 8ectlont Where Rainfall U Rather H- flight Coniervatlon of Such la of HJ Utmost Importance Solution HJ of Weed Problem. HJ It Is gonorally agreed, I think, thnt HJ as the went Is usually subject to only HJ fi rnthnr light rainfall which means HJ briefly "A lack of moisture," tho con HJ scrvatlon of such Is of tho utmost Inv HJ portance. Experiences havo found HJ that the summerfallow Is tho best and HJ; practically the only method by which HJ we can hold tho surplus moisture of HJ one season over for tho benefit of ft HJ crop In tho following season. Ono HJ might liken tho fallow unto a reser HJ voir; the water-holding capacity of HJ which Is determined only by Just that HJ amount of work and tlllago It may ro ll eclvo, and also by doing this. work H Just at the proper times. HJ Such n fallow will provldo at least HJ seed and bread In tho driest of sea HJ sons that wo have experienced In the HJ past ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 August 1912

fBfatider &MOUSj5oNEHAD'FtWS ONMAJOftlMGUE DIAMONDS io S fvii?rot BY DEL GAINER. First Baseman Detroit Tigers, Who Is Considered One of the Best of tho Younger Generation of Ameri can Leaguers. Thero Is ono play that mndo It look ns If tho spaco reserved In my bean for gray mutter was about na big ns n pen, and for n few days I was afraid to havo a back tooth filled for fenr they'd fill tho whole cavity and Icavo tno solid nil tho way through. Yet It wasn't such a bad play ns It looked. Tho fact Is I thought out that piny in flno stylo, and tho wind wouldn't let mo show that I wbb pulling off a smart trick. I made the break soon after I en mo up from tho bushes to join the Detroit team, nnd of course, being a new in tin, It hurt worse thaiWt would hnvo dono now, when 1'vo becomo a bit ense hardened to the criticisms. I'd rather bavo tho fellows brenk looso and tell mo what they think than to shake their beads sadly id gnzo nt mo ns It they felt a Utt sorry. You Know how It Is. W...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 August 1912

H iT" r 1 1 t '1 11 ; ' The Citizen H litued Saturday at AmsrlcaA Fork, Utah. H W. D. LOVELESS, PUBLISHER M "Entered May 27, 1C0J,, at American Fork. BBH 1 Utah, ai second-claw matter, uudur Act uf Cong- nil of M.rch J, 1879." t (Subscription Paynblc in Advance: ' One'vcur 11.80 M SU months 73 H Three months ... . . . tU H Single copies fie RHHB . 1 M Raymond Chipman was a I'roo U visitor, Sunday. H Mr. und Mrs. David Firmage were fl Lshi. visitors on Sunday. B ' Pure rendered leaf lard at the On- !m tral market. Mw. Wm. Gront left for Star Valley, Wyoming on Monday, where she will apand a week, the guest of relatives. Miss Carrie Knight of I'rovo, wits the M fiUCbt of Mrn. Lorenu Peterson tl 0 M lore part of the week. fl Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houston and H fa nily went to Salt Lake City Wed H ns iay for u weeks vacution. B Miss Lizzio Boley returned homo BBh t Monday, from Tucker, where she has ! spo.it the past five week?. BBV Mrs. Helen Derrick of Tucker, is ! hire visiting at the ho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 August 1912

;1 I . W-'f s ' f r1 Rfl i ii f RR1 I ' The GoMen Rule Ladies and Misses Suits and Coats Are thi Biggest Values on New Goods Ever Shown in American Fork Adv. ';, I "r ' THE jITIZEN. - I I I Voi,. IP, No. 19 Amkkican Fork, Utah, 'ffi.vrumiAY August !. 191U Suuscription 8i.bo S9 I Louisa Miller Called. RJ Louisa Miliar, aged 42 years, wife of John I). Millar, died early Tuesduy morning nftcr a lingering 'Diners of heart trouble. Doceused has had poor RJ health for several years, hut not until the taut year did her condition become scriom. She has been u great church worker in the Alpine stuke, being connected with the M. I. A. work for ntiout ten years, where she has won the respect and love of her fellow workers and thoso who camo under her influence. No children blessed her married life, l which gave her more tims for her un selfish work in tlio interest of the church, where her willing hands nnd ever cheerful face will be greatly miss ed. Funeral services were held in tl c Fourth w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 August 1912

HB THE CITIZEN Bfl W. D. Loveless, Publisher. B AMERICAN FORK . . UTAH THE UTAH BUDGET HH Tho Mammoth city council has K passed an ordlnanco Authorizing tho HH formation of a volunteer 11 ro depart- HH meat, HH FJro which endangered two Uvea de- HH- ilroyed four building at Garfield. HH Only a change In tho wind's direction HH saved tho town, HH Tho annual sesulon of tho grand en- HY tampment of tho Independent Order Hfl . bf Odd Fellows of Utah was held at HH Tooolo lost week. H For tho first Umo In years during HB August Ogdcn on Sunday took on tho Hm appearance of wJnter, several Inches HI of snow falling In tho foothills. H- Thomas Hale, aged 8, was kicked by a borso at Garfield and Is In a Bait Lake hospital In a serious con- dltlon, his skull having been frac- Hi turcd. M The Annual outing of tho Utah rtnr nseoclatlon was hold at tho Ilcnhl- Hl tago Ogdon canyon, last week, promt- HJ ncnt lawyers from alt over tho state HJ being present. HB Oeorgo Arbogast, 69 years old, who H...

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