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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 August 1919

B JUnOAY, AlTQrSTlG, 1919. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1919, I What Is Best for I " American Fork? H "VVo nro going lo pave the streets of this city. It is going H to cost us money. There aro many things to, consider, not tho H least of which is the annual cost of maintenance, cleanliness, H durability and safety. Look over the following comparisons H and figure which is to tho host interst of all concerned. M 1J..SIJKFA0KI) H 7 Inches ru.lnforccd, unsurfaccd H concruto, similar to that now Inld b'o- IH tween American Fork and Pleasant H Grove A 1009o Utah product. H A pavement which I non absorbant, H clean and sanitary and which can bo H washed, like a modorn bathroom. H A Mirfaoo wlilch lcnulres less than H halt tho tmctlvo effort of tho bltumln- H ous surfaco upon a hot day and upon H- which your aulomobllo attains two H mora miles to tho gallon of gas. H ( A safe surface upon which your H automobile will not skid or slip upon H wet and frosty days. A pavement H ...

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. — 16 August 1919

mi Mr - H ,, , , . SATURDAY, ATOl-g-C 10. 1819, , ., , AMERICAN FORK C1TI7PV ' "" H .- . " ' r AMERICAN UKh.,lITIZfc.N SATURDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1919. H ! U : ' S 1. FORK LOCALS , '.' Wayne Wilcox of Salt rUiXo was the ! ' . Sunday guest of lila mother, Mrs. Hebcr Uarratt. i ' ,- ' o ''35- only, Saturday, August 10 1 . ' . . . bars Crcrao Oil Soap 20c Har- ) ', 'rington'Orocory. ' . y Walter Oalsford hat. been apondlng l , Mvornl days' liomo this week oh his fy ' two week's vacation. , f ' ' " Mr8 Howell Chlpman of Sail Lako I - isa.guostatlhoB.'U Chlpman homo .1 J ' .',.' this week. , ' M- '.' Elder Glen" Gardner, who has spent 'tt j ' tho past twenty six months, in tho f Southern States mission field, arrived ,i. homo Saturday.' . , 'K ' i ' ? ', ., ' ' Mf,J' J- W. Jones roturned home ' , Monday from Salt Lake whero sho lias ''"'. ' boon tho Guest of her sisters-Mrs. fJ'a.., .Joseph Jordan for two weeks. ifftftl&t ' 'Us' Q -F T"ckGl ot Salt bako i$3ir and Mrs. Richard Brldgo ot Ple...

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. — 16 August 1919

K -H H i . . , " I ' . 'l - - 1. . ... -- H - . , .JT ' .... , . -, , SATURDAY, AUni3T. 10, 1319,, ,. . AMERICAN FORK n(Ti7t.v ,. v-""' . . ' ,' v'h , - AMfrmuuN gUKK.UTlZLN SATURDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1919. ;: ' 1 AM. FORK LOCALS 1 , ' . . Wayno Wilcox of Salt Aaao wda the . Sunday guest or his mother, Mrs. i . Hebor llarratt. ' j " (l:y only. Saturday, August 1G 4 , . .4 bars.Crcmo Oil Soap 2Co Har- j ( rlngton 'Grocery. ' ,' ' v Walter Gnlsford has been spending v , hcvornl days homo tills week oh his - r two week's vacation. I ' j '.v Mrs. Howell Chlpman of Salt Lake i - ' Is a.guest at tho 8. I,. Chlpman homo ,,' this .week. , ' ' I ' ' -'' . ' Elder Glen" Gardner, who has spent the jast twenty six montbg. In tho ' Southern States mission field, arrived homo Saturday.' 2 " Mm. J. w. Jones returned homo . ( Monday from Salt Lako whoro sho ifUn ( " been tho, guest o hor BlstorWrs. , Joseph Jordan for two weoks. ' ' vMl?' ,K' 'F' Tuokett otSatt take r and Mrs. Richard Bridgo of' Pleasant...

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. — 16 August 1919

SA'i UllDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919j .,ii AMEWCAN FOUR CITIZEN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1919. ri; . -. . . , . .. . . , I I PLEASANT GROVE : LOCALS Mrs. Clnrcnco nold and children of Topllff nio hero vialting. l K ' Mlso Vorna Nobekor has roturncd , homo froiti a'vlslt In Drlghnra City. $ , ' Miss Luetic Wright la v lolling In ' Salt Lake. - v Miss Mario Glcaosn to visiting rcla. tves in Salt Lake. Miss Altha Tllcliiua la visiting in Salt Lako'CHy. . I ' Hoy Thompson of Salt Lako was tho week -end guest of friends hero. Miss Oliro Anderson of Salt Juries Is hero visiting her parcnU. J. ,. 7 .j Armo Chrlstlanccnt r spent Sunday noro visiting his! parents. t Arthur J. Lewis of Sandy, recently uteffcfcff i. 'homo from Franco, is hero visiting Mrs. A. K. Cooper and family. r5' r JUss Stolla Barton i visiting in Vernal at tho homo of Mrs. Cora . Johnson. I ' Mrs. M. II. Sunday of llolsc, Ida., is horo viMting her sister, Mrs. Ed. j Hall, f ''' Mrs. A. II. Chipman and family i luuc returned homo fr...

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. — 16 August 1919

,mum ' Saturday; august ic, 1919, ' American FonK '.citizen.' . , Saturday? august ic, 1919.- v. M Pleasant Grove Department I ANTHRAX DISEASE : : AMONG CATTLE L 4 AnUirax- dlsbaso haa mado It's ap. pearnnce among eevornl nerds of cat tle In Undortfllrlct. and near Lake vvlew and VtnoyardY About twonty.flvo head ligvo bewklost. , Mr. A. E.CobbliSy rbportcd th6 dlfll oa80 at tho jftate.chrHlol and. Boon atr ter two goijMeiit Vclorlnarlctf and two stato mjlr'weifersBent herb to giro argfAisoxVMr. ifoKgansUtc veterinary i4mgik' Thy wcro'ft(lK four days "last week! y,'iM ; Plvo huticfred"'lhoad' wero vocie? . oach day tfiWwero liorol VcjyoW N work waoSer andtho" people' feol very wellaWWT with their work I - It "haa sated; Jhte 'rosldenta of Undon about 2,q.'$ " ' I ,,4,V The dfafjaseis practically under control now fiit Lindon, so tho.votor lnaries havJfvgbno. to" VInoyard and Iakevlow, wierJ they will givo the wuno aoslstan'co. Mr. Hoggon'Kas acrccd to como bock this ;fa'll( whon the ...

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. — 16 August 1919

YAYfl YAYJ YAYfl BaVI M frATUUDAY, AUGUST 10, 1013., AMERICAN" FOniC CITI7PN- . " H H ". ' " AMERICAN lOKKCITIZEfr, f SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 'MO. , AM. FORK LOCALS : H PftV Leaders of low priced nt Chlpman's H 4, 10c burs Crorao Olive Soap for M 2Ge Sntunla), Aug. ICtli, M Mr. and Mrs. llelpli Smith end H daughters, of Cedar Fort, npont Mon- PftV ilny in American Fork. PftV Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grcono wore ' PftV tbo Sunday guests ot Mr. and Mrs. fl Clifford Austin, at their homo In Lohi, PftV Sunday. PftV Mrs. T. I). larl;cr and daughter PBV Ethel, motored to Provo and spent PftV Tuesday with G. P Parker and fam- H lly. pftV On Saturday, August 1C only, 4 bars PftV Cremo Ollvo Snap for 26c Harrington PBV Grocery. pkV MIbb Amy Sliclloy, our local assist. PBV ant postmistress, loft yesterday for a pka two weeks' vacation, which sho will PBV spend "with relatives ra' Ogden and pfta Promator Point. JHJ Mcssre. Tsorolsem, Gurdnor and pftV McBrldo of the Agricultural Collego of pkV Logan, s...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 August 1919

' ,3TonDAr, auoust ic, nin. amcmcam mat citizen, satukuay. august 10. nil. M American Fork Citizen "H ' . B A PROQnESSIVIr lNUBPENDENT PUDLICATION jfl 8UUSCHIPTION One Tear $2.00 H Bix Montns $1,25 H i ' M- Entrl is Socona-Class Matter at tfl I'oet Office ut American Fork, Utah. H Iv. W. Qaisford Manager m J Classified f Ads 4 LOST ' JjOST A 1918 high ochool debating pin-block A, set with seed pearls j inltal8 E. P. on lnsldo. Kinder pjouso leave at Alplno Pub. Co. office and, be .rewarded. 16.2t ' : , . f ' FOR, SALE. ' PULUIAN CAIt FOR SALE CHEAP. ! Inqulro of Bert Durraht, Amorlcan Fork. 19- WANTED t IUK3S AND CARPETS Mrs. Sarah , Householder, withes to Inform the ' public that she la prepared to weavo tubs and carpet; havo a now loom nnd docs the. boat of work. Call at house, 4th. North, half block west of Center street. 162t-n WANTED -T- Contracts for plowing land. Address Am erican Plowing Association, 812 Walker Bank Bldg., Salt. Lake City, Utah. 19-tf WANTED Eggs, poultry. H...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 August 1919

ww' wr" '.,f: '"" -" . ' '. N -"-x -M ATUltl)AY, AUOUsr 16, 1019. " AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, ' I SAT URDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919. H H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J LH ' Call nt Cltliimnn's on Saturday tlic H l(tli, Ret 4, 10a burn Crcmo Olivet H Soap for 2Go. LLH A hundred boy ucouts from Suit --H fakd passed throtiQli Amorlcim Fork --H Friday morning on tlio Orcm tarn --H for n week's outing to TJmpanogos H and nui rounding country. H .T. Raymond Chlpmnn nxrhed In LLH American Pork Wednesday from LLH Chicago, and will spend a fow days LLH with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H . "W. Chlpmnn. mmmb ' H Owing to numerous requests from --H our patrons', wo are extending our LLH prizo offer for one week. Head looals LLH in Citizen Ornnt's Emporium 4 PpH A pouplar mid. summer marriage PH took placo this week, when Miss Gol- LLH da Makln, daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. PH . Irving Makln and Mr. Donald Chin- PpH man; son of Mm. Ann 1j. Chlpman, PpH Mere married nt Provo, Wednesday, H August 13t1i....

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. — 23 August 1919

I American Firk Citizen I B VOL. XVI ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEK, SATlijtbAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. NUMUER 28 IH H ( H H w -. H I NEW LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING I WILL BE ON IHE SALISBURY CORNER H At a mooting of the district school H Txmrd Tuesday, the question as to the- H location of the new Lnu.-oin high! school H was reconsidered and by tho decision H of the Board, tho Sallobury corner B -was selected for the Bite. H This location for tb'o educational H ' center of Lake View, Vineyard, Shar- H on, Snow, Timpanogos, Sego and tho H south end of Undon, afforda many IR advantages for the people of tho T,ln- lA polnJlvlfllon Tho choice of this site IB will placo tho building very near Uio H central part of tho district, and bo a H convenient dlstanco from the Orcm IK station for students who travel on M the Orem line from tho suberbs. Tho m Salisbury corner Li a five aero tract If of ground, located botween tho Snow Iffi. Btatlon and tho Snow store on tho IS Orem lino. A largo plot Is plan...

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. — 23 August 1919

aaV SATURDAY. AUGUST 23, .919. ' ' -J AMERICAN FORK CITIZES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. 1919. I County News H LEHI NEWS H inillini Vnr Veteran, M Pioneer of I.rlil, Dead M I.clit, Aug. 19.. No'vel A. Drown H an. early belli pioneer and Indlnn war H otornn nnd the hint survivor In Lchl H ( of the Salmon river expedition, died H tit his homo In tho. First ward Sntur- H day. Ho Is survived by Ills wife. H Mrs. Mitchell Drown, threo daughters H nnd two sons. H Mr. Drown wns 82 years old nnd re- H rontly underwent an operation, from H -which, howovcr, he had fully recover. H ed Previous to tho operation ho had H been In poor health for several years H I To Cement ltnnds H I.olil, Auk. 10.- A corps of survey H ors from tho county engineer's office H ninUo a Burvoy of First ICast with an H Idea of the selection (with the consent H of the city council) of that street to H ronnoct tho lower county road with H State street, which Is now being paved H IVy tho state. Some Intorests In town H nre maki...

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. — 23 August 1919

SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1019. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. H MEETING FOR HIGH SCHOOL AND EIGHTH GRADESTUDENTS Tho Mshops ot the four wnrds of American Fork havo called a special meeting of nil tho high school and eighth! grad0 Btudents ot tho coming year, which will bo hold In tho base ment of tho tabornaclo, next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Ernest Morrcll ot Provo, who sue. ceeda Paul E. Nel.ion as local imp. orlntcndcnl of tho seminary, together "with our now Stato Superintendent, Adam .Bennlon of Salt Lake, will bo In attendanco to talk with tlio pros pective studonto concerning tholr edu cational career and the outline poll, clcs of seminary, work for this school season . Evory high school and eighth grado student is requested to bo present. Seminary Undergoing n Thorough Reiioinllon Tho Amoilcan Fork seminary is undergoing a thorough ronovatlon be. fore tlie commencement of class ses sion la again taken up. Tho building is being repainted ind a softer tinted...

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. — 23 August 1919

akjaakjafl n ! H SATritDAV.Al 01 ST 23,1011,. AMERICAN IWK ClTlSEX, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919; I PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS fl Mis. M. Niclson of Salt l.nko is H visiting with Mr. anil Mrs. 11. M. H Mrs. C. A. Fugal ami children ui'o visiting Mrs. Fugal') relatives In Pay. Mrs. N. West win thu guest uf Mr. 1 and Mrs. 1). F. West of Salt Ijikc, H this H C. 1)'. llariior wus n Salt Uikc vis. B itur Wednesday. H Hnu ou seen Minn? Minn u'ho? H Why Mlna Taylor. Tlint's tho dress H Chipmau's Mrs. J. A. McU-un of Odegu Is lieiu B Wsltliig her mother, Mis. Vina Nelson H n (his 1 Fred Nelson who la. employed nt H the Hooper Sugar Co. spent Sunday H visiting Ills mother, Mrs. Ulrd Nelson. H John K. Nelson canto down from H American fork canyon and spent Sun. H day his aaabjaaa "" """""" H Mr.nud Mrs. W. 1.. Hayes arc ls- itlug Mr. and Mrs. D. 11. 1'lugrcc of Miss Ooldio Andorborg of Magna Is H Mbltlng nt' the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H "THU Sl'AllK DIVlNi;." featuring H Alleo Joyce. Special attraction...

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. — 23 August 1919

' SATUUDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. AMERICAN FOUK CITIZEN, SATl'llDAY. AUGUST 23. 1010. Pleasant Grove Department I FORMER PL. GROVE .". CITIZEN OIES SOD- '. DENLY IN CANADA i Hnymoml, Alta., Canada, Aug. 1G. f James llodebnck UIcil suddenly Aug. C at his homo. His death was duo to heart falluro. Ho had just como from town and askod his wlfo to prepare lilm a luncli, as ho was going to Ster ling on business. IIu stepped out to I, cut soino wood for tuo fire, and being longer thun his wlfo tlionght ho should ' bo, Bho called to him and then walked out and found him dead by tho wooil. pile Mr. Hodubuck wau a highly rospect ,ed man, with a wldo clrclo of friends. Ho lived u good life, and was useful, having hole), many responsible posi tions, In tho Church and otherwise. He was born In 1853 nt Pleasant Grove, Ulah. At tho ago of 21 ho married Miss Ixjrnnu. II. Wcoko. Ho was tho i son of James and Phoebe B. Ilodo. back. Soma yours of his lire wcro spout In Richfield, Utah, whero ho was tho tow...

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. — 23 August 1919

M SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919. ' AMERICAN FORK brriZEN, SATURDAY, AUGUST.23. 1919. " H I I AM. FORK LOCALS f H H Hcnil Chlpmans ml. mid then sco H tliclr mammoth show windows. H , Miss Myrl Storrs npotit Monday In H 1'rovo on buslncsa. H Mr. and Mrs. Klvln Snyder of Vino- H yard, were the Sunday guests of Mr. H nnd Mrs. James rotors. H Clinton Larson wont lo I'rovo Mon- H loy, .whero ho spont tho day on busl- H Order your tomatoos whllo they nro H the best, at tho Harrington Grocery. H Ernest Klrkman r.pcnt a few days H tho forepart of tho week In Salt Lake H on business Interests. H Miss Jennlo loftier of Springvlllo H Is a gucat at tho Vein Walker home H this week. H Now shipment of blue nnd whlto H onnmel wnro has just arrived nt H Grant's; nt tho bost) prices to be had. H Miss Kthcl Makln wont to Salt Lake H Sunday to bo tho guests of relatives thcro for a short time. H Mrs. Jack Ncrdln is spending this H week in Salt Lake, whero she Is vis- H Iting hor sister. H Ralph Johnson enm...

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. — 23 August 1919

SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, lOM III ' H I TaJMjBMjM AMEniCAN FOItK CITIZEN, BATUltDAY, AUGUST 23, 191D. I I lunTAXEjJasitunw I American Fork Citizen I i PROGRESSIVE' lNOBPENDENT PUBLICATION I SDBSCBIPlIOIf One Year " Blx Montns l'i0 I Entrd is Socond-CIaaa Matter at I Post OOlco at American Fork, Utah. I L. W. Galsford Manager I I Classified X Ads I $4 I FOR SALE I SACKS FOR SALE 76 good grain I sacks and 1G0 potato saclca. Phone I 143-W, American Fork. 23-tf I FOR RENT A FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, I 1 block north o Co.op store. Seo . I .T. R. Hlndloy. 23-11 I FOR SALE CHEAP A tlvo.room I brick cottage, partly modern; in I middle of town. Prlco $2,300. No. 30 I Ts'orth, First West, American Fork, Come and seo what a good sound house It is. 23-u-" PULLMAN CARFOR SALE CHEAP. Inqulro of D6rt Durrant. American Fork. 19- PURE SWEET CIDER, mado from apples freo of rot and filth, makes n healthful dr'nk. That's tho only kind you can got at B. F. Shaffor"J cider mill. Ho Is aloo putting in an npplo butter 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. — 23 August 1919

I I ' 3ATUIU)AY' AU0UaT M" 1!'10- . & AMERICAN FOIIK CITIZEN. " ' , gTOHIUT, APqCOTjlMQ. 444 H AMERICAN PORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H Order ir tomatoes whllo they nro H tlic host, nt tlio Harrington Grocery. H Mrs. Thomas Prday has as her H week end guest, MIhb Floroticu Smith H of Logan., H Mrs. I,. M. Kvona and daughter H were visitors nt Salt Iako find lagoon H Sunday. H Mrs. L. S. Harrington nnd dnuch- H ter LeVon, were vlbltora at Provo H Thursday, tho guests of rolnttves H there. H Free domonctrntlnn on Snowdrift, H Friday and Saturdry, at E. H. H Uoloy's. H Mr. and Mrs. Port Tlmpson and H children wont to Salt Lnko Monday to H Hcnd (ho balance of tho week thcro H with relatives. H Mrs. Arthut Adams and son. Ho. H ward, with Mrs. J. H. Hlndley, Ellsa H nnd Jean Hlndley and Mrs. Sadlo H Honry motored to I'nno Monday af- H ternoon whoro tlioy visited frlonds . M 'THE SPAIIK DIVINE," featuring H Allco Joyco. Special attraction, H tonight, (Saturday) Aug. S3 Royal M Theatre, I.E...

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. — 30 August 1919

iVlcan PA CitizenH B VOUXVI AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, 8ATURDY( AVaiT0, 1019. NUMBER 29 H H ' FARMERS WILL HAVE OUTING NEXT I MONDAY AT THE SARATOGA SPRINGS H "Will Be Guests of Lehi Commercial Olub and Two Thousand jM Farmers and Their Wives, From All Sections of the H County Are Expected. H Monday will bo Utah county's an. B H Tiual Farm Bureau day. Two thous- und farmers and thoir wives from all M sections of the county , wjjn be' .tho H guesU of the IiOht ComjncrtaV'jCtub, W which will undertake to ' furnish 'them U with entertainment and amusement for tho day. H At 10 o'clock In tile forenoon there I -"will be a meeting of tho farmers In fhe Lehi tabernacle, whoro live topics I will be discussed by prominent auth- - eL oritlos, interspersed with musical J numbera from tho several locals of I the county. ' j I , After ,thto meeting the visitors will go to Saratoga SpringB for luncheon I- i nnd spend tho atfrnoon dancing, I ' bathing, hooting and enjoying a pro gram of sports and ath...

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. — 30 August 1919

H SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. lM" AMBHTCAN FOUK eiTIZBN, SATURDAY, AUOU3T 80, 1919. I Financial Report H . OF 'HIE au'im: school district for the school year ending M JUXK 30, 1019. To tlio Hoard ot Education, of tho Alpine School Dwtrlct, H Utah County, Utah:- U GENTLEMEN': I'ursuMit to section 1891 X 17, laws of Utah, 191G, I hcro- H with Bubmlt tlio fourth annual statement or receipts and disbursements ol H tho Alplna School District, Utnh County, Utnh, for th0 year ending June 30, H 1919, as H RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES H Itosources Llnbllltlcs l.u.ld.ngs and sijc77..;;. I30J3B0.00 0lllRlnmI1 . . . . J185.000.00 H Fiirnlturo and Apparatus . 21,913.17 H Library llooku 3,983.94 Loans and Accoutns I'ay- H Textbooks and Supplies ... 8,000.00 ntIo 19,318.00 M Invested Sinking Fund .... 0,513.92 KxccC8B Uesources over W Fundi on Hand 1.230.19 .,,... ,..,. H .... rrnnn Liabilities 144,223.22 H Other Resources 650.00 H Total ?3tS,541.22 Total .....' $348,641.22 H RECEIPTS iWWWWW . U Funds...

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. — 30 August 1919

'V ' '. - vs PJl trrjJ$M$i ' PJaTaTaTaVJ &-' - Tl 45g H . 11 msy iiii)iiii ifiL PPPPJ ' SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. H TWO OLD BEARS ...,. AND TWO CUBS ARE CAPTURED v 1 Morso returned from North H , , Ml., Provo ccnyon, Sunday morning, V l)ilui,lnH tho hldo and ocalp of a A ' four-hundred pound black boar, tho ? animal having been killed a few days i v beforo nt V. H. CMpman's sheep I camp. ''(. Amber Dot.lter of Pleasant Grove, . another employee nt tho Chlpman & 1 camp, also bagged nn old bear and '5 ' on'a cu' nt l'10 samo time. In all, , two old bears, a ma to end a female, , ond ono cub were caught. In tho neighborhood of tbls piaco Walter Chlpman also captured one cub. For two or three- weeks tho bears had been bothoilng about tho camp, In many Instances killing sheep, and they had been sighted several time beforo, but as tho men in camp had - no gun thojrmado good their escape, y although tho men fixtcd many con. , p,. t...

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. — 30 August 1919

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