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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

I THE QUALITY OF THE GOODS STAYS Ul WITH YOU LONG AFTER THE tj PRICE IS FORGOTTEN- I . I OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AS WELL AS QUALITY IS RIGHT j p $;: j COME AND SEE ;. M CONVINCED . I fp Ju uuiWirJii 'iwJijsjM(;i(iitii:!i;m'n:rj rci.widiii'aTihWtww.ii iiuh tMii)t!(iuH'otiratflffl:wiMWiwffliiiiinwHiwniiiitintiii urii. wMwirmnwawi' : . ,im, , rriiniinirni in -11111 111 wiii;iiio'iiiiiiiiwiiiwiiiiiwwi -mimmrti ittitiH'iBritimmtww hw mmmmmm tt 2 f jeweler -- ;rd mp 4 rfT WM ri IvlNUVVo 52Bk t ' J3 rinespituing jiy I '.'" "' fs H irinn n OTnnr Il jfllaCaWJk c uiinuDi M brA Dimouu so. S123 IflMSflBfl ILIULI UV vlllWh 5?1 HIS CjOOLo WSflp w-i MP5--5Bjfcsv BV nrTiurni nrnr b3 O fore wi JvJSal g gs3 iorT-ii AND oAU LAIt Lg J serve you T7i T iLs C-- ? ll 1 - SHOW YOU OUR L SpiiUms lhamond 111-- SollOOoU .No.S'M -yBolld Gold Locket n',' C! llmocli V(B9)iV SEtfc -ffXZ&rr LW llrouch Jil 1 ,l,lslil 1'l.n,!U Xgiy golMnnli'y i IP ill' II III II II WffW l'niVn'l-Al ' Colort M ' ,t rine.SpatUInc JT i...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

Wf "Xmncn ic, loic. pleasant anovc kuvicw, qwimhu. h M ' (it J . ;r ; ? "fri1..,. ' ijf HA It Kwj wemlicr of Ihi, himlly lll ,.roiiio n (JHAI-. M JJJ'th toVU? TSfi'S'BPl 4hKl I B ft 0L0. The ONLY Inslrumcnt II.nt brlMRs l ,o 8 W tfiejtmmmi "viSSSff ?XPk ?,Ut ' M lH bVbLbW 6Lfl '0 th orM'w greatest nrllsts. j&J 4 CpVN 7M ? n Tlltatrfs Ny I ' W H r More Open Evenings M t b& youuon Bm I i UV Lfc) . --rV--'Mg H J necanbtautfhtto Yourfriehwm!,o H I f $ 1 "wtt I I Branch Store American Fork, Utah m I : I I"1 FAVOi REif 1 I w w' HAMMELL Manager - Jd I !dd k T mmm mwL IbbbM SCTMflMt"''MHHbV dft aMflktf ?, - - a mk raibbr ifl

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. — 15 March 1919

I - iwTWiBiiirhilirilM1 liiHMWiP"11! IT1 i"i"l rrTT1 Ti n"jnn ' 7&SL"Mr- .wl ' "'.:'." H Mr "- -sv? ---'- '- ""-1M:TWfffff Tkl '""11 "'xiSffS"?' OJllI"" " " l...-J..BteMlM - H American Ffrk Citizen I VOL. XVI AMEHICAN FORK CITIZEN. BATUnij&i', MARCH IB, 1919. NUMBER 5 H - - &' 1 I New Flour Mill Assured; I In. Operation Next Fall m Estimated Cost About $50,000 for mill of Seventy-five Barrel ; Capacity Board of Directors Elected Farmers and 1 m Others Subscribe for Considerable Portion ; m of Stock Another Meeting Today. HI 3$ Definite action toward tho building ' BA of n flour mill by, tho farmors" or tlio If northeni part of Utah county was ffl taken at a meeting ot tho stockhold- ) fc orB ot th0 vrot)osci corporation last m rjfejftL Tucsdny afternoon, when tho organl. flF-HHwtlon was perfected, a board of dl- ijm roctora was elected and a commlttco iff npopl'ntcd to select a alto for tho lit now mill and tako Immediate steps to. '. ward actual construction. It Is pro....

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. — 15 March 1919

B SATURDAY. MARCH 15, 1919. m .AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, .1 " SATUnDAJWAnCHlSigiB. H SUilSCIUl'TIOX H Ono Year $2.00 H Six Moutns 1,25 H Entered 13 Socona-Clnss Matter at H font Office .it American PorV, Utah, H " ' " LLH W. H. Ellsworth, Editor nnd Manager. M THE PROPOSED MILL H While it is not the disposi- lion of this newspaper to dis- H courage industrial expansion, 1 but on the contrary every ,ef- 1 fort will be made to help in H the development of resources, H it would be wise for those who H arc interested in the organin- M lion of the company to build H and operate a new flouring H mill to consider the matter 1 M seriously from all angles be- 1 fore taking the final step to- M ward construction. H Home very excellent advice H was offered to the farmers in- H tcrestcd in th new orgaui.a- M " tion last Tuesday by Murk It H Greene, Utah representative of 1 H the United States Grain cor-, H poration, who is )ovhaps more, M thoroughly in touch with the, M market situation than any o...

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. — 15 March 1919

SATURDAY, MARCH 15, l&ltf, , AMERICAN FORR CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919. H ffff I AM. FORK LOCALS I Mlsn Ireno Chlpman was a Provo Ylaltor Tuesday. Miss -Frolda Lott of Lehl was an American Pork visitor Saturday. Clarence Grant made a business trip to Salt Lake Monday. Charles HM spent Monday In Salt Lako visiting with friends. Edwin S. Poulson made a business trip to Provo Tuesday. Miss Fllstcad was a Salt Lake vioUor Sunday. Miss Mlna Vnrney has accepted a position In Thornton Drug No. 2. Miss Florenco Stewart spent the forepart of tho weolc In Salt I.ako with friends. Wayne Hooth has accepted a po3 I Ion with, the International Harves. tcr company In Provo. Robert Chestnut went to Mnghnm tho forepart of the week to spend an Indefinite tlmo. Mrs. Alfred Worslcy of Provo spent Wednesday In American Pork visiting with relatives. Miss Fern Foster spent Saturday In Provo, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. ; Clinton Larson. (Attorney J. Trace)- Wootton of Salt Lako spent Saturday In A...

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. — 15 March 1919

H SATURDAY, MARCH 1G, 1919. . . AMERICAN OflK CITIZEN , SATURDAY, MARCH IS, 191. H A Bird in the Hand K H KEEP THE YOUNG CHICKS GROWING! H Starling ut the lloltom to I.cnrn the Chicken Business. B Feeding Schedule That Gives Healthful Gain3. H How to Servo Meals to Chicks From Their First Until They' Are M Old Enough to Scratch for Themselves Good M Mash for Feeding in Hoppers. Ever' poultry raiser wants his cMcku to grow Inst whether he plans B to get tlicm on nn early mnrlcct or to 1 develop profitable layers. Early hntch- lng is ono of the first steps In this (11- rcctlon, but tho next, which Is of H equal Importance, Is propor feeding. H Undoubtedly chickens will grow -fas. H tcr when fed ftvo times than when H fed only three times dally, say poul- H try specialists of tho United States H department of Agricultural, but It H should bo borne In mind that moro H harm can bo dono to tho young chicks H by ovcr.fecdlng than by under feed. H lng. Young chickens' should bo fed H not mo...

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. — 15 March 1919

., "' flATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919. H k. - '. AMERICA 1-ORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. MARCH 15. 1919." Pleasant Grove Department I - PLEASANT GROVE WINS . CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 1 Takes Honors From American Pork Team in Past Bask et Ball Game. EXCELLENT TEAM WORK i Visitors Gain Nine Points on the Start but Rapidly Lose Ground. t , Sending tho American Pork team to defcaft at ono of tli0 fastest basketball gomes yet played in tho series, the I'leatant Grove team Inst Tuesday nlpht won tlto Alplno division cham- t, rionchlp. Tho honors vero with tho homo tenm from start to finish. The ' , first half ended with n scoio of 14 fJ t0 2C ,n favr of Pleasant Qrovo. and 1 tMe wns Increased to 41 to 49 nt tho I .,' tl,(1 ot tIl second half, tho homo team winning easily. fc w,1" Ul eamo lacked consistent Playing on both sides, It waB Inter. ,"f. cstlng becauso of many spectacular f. Plays. American Fork scored nlno j" points beforo tho homo team players f found themselves. Tlio first ton mln. r Utes of tho ...

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. — 15 March 1919

H SATUItDAY, MA1ICH IB, 1919. AMEItlCAN FORK UlTIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH IB, 1919. I UTAH STATE NEWS fl Hy n vote of 221 to 11 Price tax- H ?nors voted for the $170,000 bond H Issue for obtaining wrter from Col tor H Tlio third annual meeting of the H (Utah chapter of the National Fraternal H Congress of America will be held at fH flfllt Lake, Atirll 4. H Helen Shaw, 0-j ear-old daughter of PH Mr. nnd Mrs. WIIIIhiii W. Shaw of H Ogdcn, was seriously Injured when PPH the fell from the second-story window H the H Charged with driving an auto while H Intoxicated, A. Krlckson wns found H guilty In tlio city police court nt Halt H Lake nnd sentenced to pay n fine of H $50 or ftcne thirty ilnjs In jail. H Oiganl7atlon of the Salt Lake conn- H ell of the Hoy ScouM of America was H perfected nt n meeting March S of PPH more than l.'O business and piofcs- H t-lonnl men nt the Commercial club. PPPJ Corporal George Adnmon Drnud, H oii of William and .lenuctte Drnud of H JBandy, Is dead of dlphthei...

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. — 15 March 1919

Si" ' 'mmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmih "" - ,Ta"TTlMrniMlll 'MIIWIIiPH I1 If" if llilni'i i ' ' i" """i"" "" " H "" """""" urmv,irrSM M . i. , . .nfTffSiEjpiiJ lnWiliWWfMi'J , , UL.,,. .,.;,,&..,-, ;, JEv.rf.L , t.m.,'. .. -'-lH I SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1019. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY," MARCH IB, 1919. - ' H I I 1 Classified f I Ads H FOB SALE FOR SALE Heifers and colts. Thos. 1 ' Foathoratono, American Fork. Phono 119.R.1. 8.2t.p B FOR SALE Good pair of young hor- H se's, weight about 1100 pounds. Also M harness and wagon In good condition. Call 05.J-4. 15.tr H FOR SALE Ono hundred Whlto Leg- H horn chickens laying hens. Call H Roy West, Pleasant Grove. 15 H FOR SALE 320 acres' of farm land H In tho north end of Cedar Valley; H about ICO acres broken up and CC ac. H res now In wheat. Ought to nrodu.o $2,000 this year. All of tho land Is tillable and part of It Is fenced. H Phono or wrlto Martin Nielsen, Am. oilcan Fork, Utah. Phono 7C.W. 15-tf MARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS EdCJS H for salo. Why...

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. — 15 March 1919

ala-BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB B H B H .. t. " SATUIIDAY, MARCH IB, 1919. SATURDAY, MARCH 1G, 1919. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. - I H 1 AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS kmml . H Uotijamin W. Brown made n. busl. H uoss trip to I'rovo Monday. m M. S. I.ott of I3I1I spoilt Tuesday M in Amcrlcnn Fork on business. H John Pulley made a business trip fl to Richmond Tuesday. H Mrs. Harold Chrlstcusen of Lehi fl was an American Fork visitor Sat. M Wo linvo Just received n now ship. H ment by express, ladles dollmans, la. M dies milts niul en pes for spring M Ciilpman'ti. H Mrs. J. D. Wndlry of Llndoii spent H the latter part of the week visiting B with friends In Amcrlcnn Fork. H Mm. Win. Thornton and children K -.-pent tho week end In Salt Lake vls- B .ttlnff with relatives. & Mr. and Mrs. William Wild spent ; Moiulny In I'loasant Orovo with rola- Mrs. S. Sorcnson of I'lcnsnnt Orovo spent Tuesday In American Fork on Mrs. Ann Oroon and daughter Stella, woro Salt Lake visitors Tuc...

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. — 9 August 1919

H ". i. I i , .,.,...,, , , , . , , , , ', BBBJ BBJ f -J '? r' "r" gp-yF'iR'Jt,'" " "?,' ' "? " n " 'MKLNrrw -" , " 'HH1 I AttSgian rork Citizen I V VOL. XVI AMERICAN FORK CIT1ZKN'. AlHU0Ay. AUOUBT 0, J019. NUMBER 26 BBB i BIG RESERVOIR PROJECTS ARE DIS- ' I CUSSED-WATER USERS FAVOR UNITY I ' " jEf ' Hold Meetings at Capitol and Decide to Work Out Flans IjPi For Storage of Water Private Funds to Build Reser- IM voirs if U. S. Aid I? Withheld Means Much to Cedar IjK ' ' Valley if Project Goes Through. Ilrjj Tvui meetings hnvo been held this IIH week In Salt I-ako In nn effort to lllfl I ring about the conservation nnd III - storago of the flood wntora of tho 111 Provo nnd the Wobor rivers, nnd It 111 appeared that tho water-users of Uio 111 I'i-ovo river nro In fatonorconstrue- II J Ion by themselves of a'reservoir at 1 19 tho Bates site, or nt some other Bult- IjH nolo locality, capable nt this tlmo or conserving a wntor supply of 20,000 I J I or 30,000 acre feet and that tho wa ll ...

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. — 9 August 1919

SATPUDAV. AUOl'BT 0. ,0. AMCRICA.V !. CItIZBy SATLUAY, AUGUST 0, 1010 I H Mf ""- ! I I I I .1 .1.11.1 ...,. , , , - . . . B " " I I County News H LEHI NEWS H 'itloi1j- Hurl, llngirjr 'nt Ilniiiiiucd, In Two 3III llnsh H What mlKlit huve proved a fntnl nc- H cldent lu!pt(!cI Tuosdny night In tlio B Fourth ward when r horso run away H with a wlnnlc luiRPy with Mrs. Fdlsha H Por.tc mill n Finiill ,randdnuRhtcr. The runaway uccured alter a danco nnd M noeln' in tht) ward house. A daimli- M tpr-fn-lnw, Mrs. OeorRla Peck, was M I'.ottlnr: Into thn rl;; after the other B two were Heated nnd found that she M hr.d hold of only one line. Ily pulling H n the one rein sho turned the horse B f.nd oil I fit nround i-.cvornl times when B rhe wan thrown out and the homo fl dar.hod down tho street' with the Iwo H orcupnnts, He ran to tho retnetory B rnrnor nnd then south to the railroad and followed tho nlnto rond one and (mo half miles cant to the homo of H the Pecks. The rltr rotnnlncd rlKht ldo u...

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. — 9 August 1919

1 'LBBBBBBBBI H bbbbbbbbbbbB bbbbbbI bbbbbV bbbbbbbb i . 3atuuday, august 9, 1913. american . foiik citizen, satuhday, august a, 1910. h I. IMPRESSIVE SERVICES HELD FOR'YOUNG MAN t Impressive funcrnl services wero held In the Second Ward Chapel Fri day nrtomoon for George. Heed Hun. sen, who was scalded at tho sugnr factory In Shelley, Ida., last week. Bishop Jo.ipph II. .gtorrs conducted the cerivecs. Tho following young ladles coinprlsoil a. rliorua and nbly rendered "Oh, My Father" nnd "Sometime, Somowltero;" Mrs. ,Mlnnle J'ulloy, Mrs. Carl Wyrlng, Jlyral Chip msn, Mary ni.ickhurt, Mary Chlpman and Elvn Chlpman. lllnhop Karl S. Greenwood oltoied tho Invocation. The epcakern woro Goorso A. Smltli', secretary ot tho Utah-Idaho Sugar rompany: Henry Gardner, a membor of tho Xcbo Stako Presidency; Fat. r'nrcb Warren n. Smith, and Presi dent Stephen D. Ohlpraan, allt whom rpoko of tho good qualities, Btnblllty, of character and exemplary life of . tho deceased. Mra. Mlunlo I'nlloy Icai...

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. — 9 August 1919

H SATUHDAV, A.01TJ,mo. , , UrYcaN FOttK CnW SATURDAY, AlWOT P. 1910, I PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS H JiuiiiiH A. West 10 Inking his vnca- H Hon (Ills H Orn Monro or IMycnn visited lien; H Miss Hulen Swcion is Nltlng In H Mrs. .1. W. Tliurno n Salt H Inlco visitor lnnt week. H Little Alda 1'lpur or Midway Im via. H Itln her aunt, Mr.i. K. T. Culinor. H Miss Golillo Swoiihoi; of Suit Lake H is vlffllnfc licrc n Tow days. H Arnold JUclihm of Halt Lake, was H .1 week cml visitor licrei Sir. nml Mm. a. U. Adamson have H returned from a trip to Strawberry, H J. K. Tliorne of Salt I,ako vvas u H I'lcntnnt (trove visitor Saturday. H Mrs. l'atlunco Archer spent 'u few H days this week vi3ltln In I.'hl. H ' v. B Hudolph HaiiHon has returned home H r.tter being in military ocrvice. l - H Mr. nml Mrs. J. W. West and fnm- H Jly of Salt l.aku are here visiting. H Mrij.i:. F. Tuckctt of Salt ake Is 'he Quest of Mrn. S. K. Urldgo. Mrs. Mary llyino3 ot Salt Lnkae is fl visitin;; her parents, Mr. nml Mrs. ...

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. — 9 August 1919

l ; ''SATURDAY, AUGUST 9 inn V " " H " ' I AMERICAN FOUK C1T1ZK.V SATIUU1AY. AI'drST 0, 1919. H "Pleasant Grove Department I 9f v l . N H ' SCHOOLS TO OPEN , SEPTEMBER 2 , THE TEACHERS ' School commcnjca September 2nd Mils yoar, nnd tho following teachers liavo boon oaslgnd to tho Pleanant Grovo Precinct: 1'lcntunt Uroio High School ,' David Gourloy, Principal. ,-' H. B. Johnson Kino Warnlck Alma Kirk J.. J. Hayes - Amy Coopor Siininor Hatch Ida Muy Fisher A. 11. Ovorlado, Professor of music , . In tho Pleasant Grovo Precinct. , -( , l'lcRHiuit (Jroic Central School y George W. 1inionV Principal. Ernest Rasinusson Florcnco -Harper " Bcsiio jpwmnn lCy Wlilto Mary Gleason Cora Olpln Viola West Tholina Shoell ' Hell Olpln Knlly Anderson x .lhinila Jessie, Wiidley, Principal. , . ,Enmn, nush ljla Glnos . " l Minimi hohert Walker, Principal. Martha Johnson. Vora Thorno . Maud Ponton ' Pearl Sh'cell . ., ' Amy Walker Tl'.ero is to- ho ono nicro teacher In . l tho I.indon dtvlsioii, hut th...

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. — 9 August 1919

H SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1910. ', ' . . - ' . .JAMKRICAN FORK CITIZEN. . SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919. I I I AM. FORK LOCALS f H Hiibop Joseph It. Storrs spent m 'Jueodny In Halt LtiUo en business. H Abu Greenwood of tlio Co-' H eery department t taking ' ' , tfon tliis week. H Mten Scwoll Norton of Salt I-iUo H .pent Wednesday In Amorlcam Fork H 4,n business. H Mlbscs Mary and Margaret lllaok- H Mirst wero the nieaa of Salt Lake H relatives Sunday. H "Wallace Clilpman returned home Tuesday evening, liavinj? spent a snort H time In Salt Lake. H MlfK I.iielht Cunningham left Frl- H Hay for n four wcekV villi with friends H r.nd lelallvcs at Salt 1-ako. H H Mlsa Myrtn Wootton arrived home H Krldcy from Ogdcn, v.horo she w.ts H tho guest of Miss Thelma Traccy. H Mr. and Mrs. Clarcnc" Wolfgang ol H Salt Uike were visitors nt tho homo H or William Rob'nr.on Sunday and H Mies Hazel nil il of Salt l.ako spent B n few days of tho post week nt tho M homo of Mr. and Mr 5. Ileb'ir Robin. H ron. M Mis...

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. — 9 August 1919

SATUUDAV, AUGUST 9, 1MB, ' AMERICAN FDIIK C1TIZIW. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' JAlltST American Fork 'Citizen t A. PROGRESSIVE- lrtUBl'HNDENT PUBLICATION " SUItSCUIPTIUN ' . One Year '. $2.00 Biz Montns $1.25 , - ' EnUrtd is Socona-Clasa Matter at u.. Post Ofllco nt American Forls, Utah. L. W. Gnlsforcl Manager 4 J Classified t I Ads FOR SALE , FOR SALE at 14 It'n real valuq. An Idsal place for chlcltcn ranch. Old I Mlsonor homo In First ward, American I Fork; -room homo, cellar, grnncry, I parage, barn, orchard, C acres land, etc. Mf Wrlto J. S. MlRcnur, 297 East 5th N. uti Vroyo' Ulah" 19"4t I FOR SAKE First-class adobes, mado U Jn American Fork;v$10 por thousand. H Call at A. 0. Ktrk'i or J. E. Mc. W CJauloy, American For a. Aug. 9-pd. I ' FOR SAKE Six shares' primary wat. I ' er right north flold and cemetery fty' ditch. See or write- to Marloneaux and I Deck, 40C Kcsrns nulldlng, Salt Lako I City, , T I PPLLMAN CAR FOR SAKE CHEAP. I lnqulro or llcrt Durrani, American I Fork. 10-tf I WASTED I...

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. — 9 August 1919

I PATnDAY, AUGUST , 1919L- , AMEIUCAX gQlIK CIT BATUKUAV, AUOUBT 0, 1919.' I ,. I l"aa" LEHI x AMERICAN FORK 5119 IWEDNESDAY, AUG..13tb-11.idt5il.ir I 'I I : S&SSSSSSJSSLS&- I I I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J H Hour and sweet pickles tn bulk at I K. II. Holey'. H - H Tlr. and Mrs. Sidney Nicholco, Jr., H mid family, loCt Friday to spond a H month's camping trip nt thu Nlcholcn H shecphord In Strawberry. H Chlpniau'u hnvo bcun successful in H securing tho larger line of ladlsa H io.'Uh mid suits tor fall and winter H ever brought to our city. H ' J.Ir&. Tom Wilson and children of H tfr.rflcld arc In American Forkk vlslt- H lug nt the home of Irs. Wilson's H parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollvor Thorn. H ton. H Mr. ami Mrs. Dell Chlpmun and H children of Provo, cpent part of the H rust week here, guests of Mr, and H Mrn. Lcn Hnrrlngton nnd ether rola- H Mr. and Mrs. Archie Andrews of H gpunlsh Fork mottired to American H T'ork Monday evening cud were ac. H ( conipnnled by M...

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. — 16 August 1919

I American Ft)fk Citizen 1 HJ?.''- v v ' , "-1; : ' H .(VOL XVI N W01 tf. " -t' AMERICAN FORK fclTIZEN, .SATURDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1913. NUMBER 27 H I CITY COUNCIL WILL NOT GRANT POOL -, . HAU. LICENSES At a special session of the City tkfancll Thursday night, the coun cil unanimously decided not " to grant pool hall licenses In Aner. lean Fork. Petitions with signatures of y, "between 460 and 509 cltkons were 1 presented to the council by rep , "TbRentethes from the fonr wards, i , fetlUonertng net to grant boo! U N -t wens for AmencnThk and t the ConncM so Toted. At this meeting the 4MMteH also fixed the salaries of the next eRy flieers,' nuking some changes, as felfowst "" 'CeanetiKCn's salaries raised from Mf0 to 980.00 per year. , Ofcit of CHy Koap Snpt was ulMhisU' with that of city marshal md'ttV-salary of marshal raised i vfrem 90M0 io 910040 per month. ' " tond ?f city electrician was ! combined' with nlghtwatehman, I and the salary of nlghtwatehman nihed from 980.00 to 98S.0O p...

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. — 16 August 1919

BlBHMBHiBMHBHMHMMBlHMMiMBMHHHHMBMHiBi" I SATURDAY, AUQl'ST.lC, 1919. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. - SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1019. , , I What Is Best for I " American Fork? 1 Wo nro going to puvo the streets of this city. It is going M lo cost us money. There aro many things tocons'ulcr, ndt the fl k'hst' of which is the mmunl cost of maintenance, cleanliness, fl durability and safety. Look over the following comparisons H and figure which is to the best interst of all concerned. M UN-SUUFACKD M 7 Inches ru.tnforccd, unsurfaccl :oncrote, atmllur to that cow laid, b'e- M tweon American Fork and Pleasant M Orovo A. 1009'c Utah product. U A pavement which 1$ non absorbant, M clean and sanitary and which can bo H washed like a modern bathroom. m A furfnaj which lcuulres less than M halt tho tractlvo oftott of the bltumln- M ous surfaco upon n hot day and upon . which your automobllo attains two M moro miles to the gallon ot gas. H A safe surfaco upon Wlilch your fl automobllo will not skid or sli...

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