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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 30 August 1919

... H ,,,.-8ATtmDAY,ATODBT'30,1919.- . TJ., AMEmCAW.FOBK. ,01TMMH. SATURDAY. AUGUST 30. 1919. I Pleasant Grove Department I LINE-UP FOR SCHOOLTEACHERS Tho school teachers nnd their re. epectlvo grades for tho 1919-20 school r year, commencing Tuesday morning, Sept. 2, 1919 will be Central - - '" i Prlnelpol-'Gcorgo W. Larson. Eighth Grade Ernest R. RassnutB ; en. , Seventh Grade Usslq Newman. Sixth and Seventh Mary 'aloason. Sixth Grade Viola West. Fifth Grade Hell Olpln. Fourth Grade Florenco Harper. - ' Tlilrd and Fourth Mrs. L'ncy Wlftte Third Grade Thelma Shocll. f . !$fy$Z Second Grado-Coi-a Olpln. First Grade Emily Anderson. ' Mmlon x Principal and Eighth Grade Robert "J Walker. Seventh Grade Mrs. Martha John. eon. Fourth Grade Vera Thorno. Second Grade 1'oarl Shooll. First Grade Amy Walker. Mini I In Principal and Sixth, Soyontli, nnd Eighth Grades Mrs. Jessio It. Wad. ley. Third, Fourth nnd Fifth Grades Mltis GIncs. ' First and Second Emma IIuhIi. ANOTHER OLD RESIDENT CALLED...

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. — 30 August 1919

w- ' . ",'wmam. . : -- H H 1 L SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. AMmiGAN FORK OITIZBN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, llf '""'" I H I AM. FORK LOCALS I H H Milton Drown spent part of thb H week In Salt Lnko with rolatUes. H Miss VIvinn Chlpmpn icturned homo H Monday from Salt Lake, wlioro alio H spent a brief tislt with frlcndu. H John Robinson nnd Dr. C. M. Claik H motored to American Fork canyon H Wednesday mid spent tho day there. H "JUST SQUAW big plctnro to. M night, (Saturday, Aug. 30,) ROYAL H THEATRE. LEHI. H Mrs. Mao Preston returned homo H Saturday, nfler having spont tho past H seven wccko In Salt Lako nt tho homo H of Mrs. W. II. Grant. H Mr. and Mm. Walter Dovcy and H children motcrcd to Mt. Pleasant Sat. H urday and spent tho day there on W business. H Miss Lillian Grant enmo home from H Salt Lake Tuesday, where she hnd H been Uic guest of Msn Delta Mlllor H for a few days. H ,Mr. nnd Mi's. Joseph Nlcholcs have H as their guests this week, Mr. nnd H Mm. Marlon Mclio'cs and children of ...

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. — 30 August 1919

BATURDAY, AUQU8T 30,1919. ABfERICAN FOIIK CITIZEN. 8ATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. mi sTATL9KMsiciAnM B American Fork Citizen at A PROOnKSSlVfr INDEPENDENT m PUBLICATION SUBSCRIPTION H One Yoar $2.00 H fllx Montna $1.25 H EnUrvd i Second-Class Matter at H Poat Offlco at Amrelcan Fork, Utah. 1;. W. Qalsford Manager I I Classified i Ads 4 FOB SA1E HACKS FOR SALE 7C good grain sacks and 150 potato Backs. Phono WAV, American Fork. 23-tf CEMENT AND BMCK HOUSE AND lot for eale or rent. Enquire Chip man More. Co. 23.lt S'URH SWEET CIDER, mndo from npplcs frco of rot and filth, makes i healthful dr'nk. That's tho only kind you can got at 11. F. Shaffer's elder mill. Ho is aloo putting in- an upplo butter cooker whero you can Ret tho good old fashioned applo but. tor: nlso fruit syrups for pancakes Ho'h a Pennsylvania Dutchman nnd knows how It's done. Opposite First -wnrd meotlng houso, American Fork. 23-lOt LOST LOST A .38 Winchester rlflo between American Fork and Lehl, Wednes day evening. Flnd...

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. — 30 August 1919

H !l H SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 191P. -!'$ AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, - -" '. ,W. - -. - .SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919., H B H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONAL! J H H New shipment of llttlo dolls, with M linlr, nt Grant's Emporium. B Tlio Flrnt ward Sunday school had H n melon "bust" and lawn party Friday Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Uooth wcro B visitors nt Salt Lake tlio foropart of H tlio week, guests of relatives H "JUST SQUAW big picture to. H night, (Saturday. A'lg. 30,) ROYAL H THEATRE, 1.EH1. H H. E. Haxter and two sons return. H d homo Monday after rnwlng'spont n H nhort time with relatives In Salt Ilcc. M Mrs. Sena Rose, who lius been vis- M Ulng hero for tlio past tliroo months H will loave today (or nor home at H Sparks, Nevada. M Cloaks, Suits, Coats and many other M articles to he displayed on living mod. M els at ClUpmcn's Fashion Show.-Tlmrti- M ilny, Sept. 4lh, nt S p. m., west end H Furniture Room. M lllshop Earl S. Greenwood wont to M Salt Lake Wednesday whore ho spent H n shbrt tlmo...

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. — 6 September 1919

I - - I I 'African Perk Citizen I H VOL. XVI AMEniOANFOnK CITIZEN 8ATyitt,VYfSErtUMUEIl 6, 1913. " Nt'MUBIt 30 H B H I ALPINE SCHOOL MUTUAL FAIR WILL ECLIPSE ANYTHING HERETOFORE I ATTEMPTED IN UTAH COUNTY Hi H All Necessary Arrangements Practically Oompleted Com" M mittees Working Vigorously and Harmoniously fgr It'.s B Success Will Be Held In Stake Tabernacle October 1st. ' 2nd and 3rd. Premium List. H The Alpine District Schools and the Mutual Improvement B .Associations of the Alpine Stake promise that their coming fl fair' will eclipse anything heretofore uttemptcoinUtnh County. H . An executive committee meeting hold hero Wednesday m, t evening showed that all neccssaiy arrangements wore prno- H " tically completed and that all tho various committee were V- working vigorously and harmoniously. H' The dates agreed upon are Octj 1, H 2 and 3. The fair proper will bo in H the basement of the Stako Tabcrnaclo L. and on tho grounds surrounding. H An examination cf the list that fol....

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. — 6 September 1919

I H SATURDAY, SKPTIOMRHR 15, 1!1!. AMERICAN FOR.K CITIZEN, " SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1919. I ALPINE SCHOOL MUTUAL FAIR M (Con 'uticd from Am. Font 1st page.) H PREMIUM LIST H Alpine School-Mutual Fair m Agricultural Rrpt Riuld (iourlcy, Chairman H 1 Oenetul Kxhlblt. Opon to alt. Farm. H urs, stockmen nml poultry misers nrc especially B imitcd to piirtlclpnto. M Division A. Products of farm, garden and H tircliiird. First mid second places only will M he recognized In tills division. U (a) Grains, M Host linir bushel of dry farm wheat. H '2 Host half liiishel of Irrigated wcat. B :t Heat Imlf bushel rf oats. B 4 llcst linlf doz. stocks mid one doz. cars of V corn B (l) Forage Crops. M 1 Host ten pounds of alfalfa seed. kV 'J llcst sheaf or -ilfulfn hay. V :! llcst sheaf of clover hay. V I llcst tdicaf of timothy hay. kV (c) Vegetables. ftV 1 I'otntocs. Ench variety will compete agaln- ftV r,t only thoso of Its kind. 2 Best ono dozen sugar beets. hV :i llcst ono dozen stock carrot. kV ...

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. — 6 September 1919

'jibe Pfp ; '- : - ' :3: "'i . -' l v" iffli H SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1919. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. SKITEJJRKR , 1919. H AMERICAN FORK BOY i NOW COAL IMPORT ER INJRGENTINA Tlm Dcscret News had tho follow. Jng in Saturday's laaue concerning ono of American Fork's boyit, sent ns special correspondence! Wa3ntngton, D. C, Aug 2R J. H. Wootton of American Fork, lato vlco i consul In tho Amorlciu consulate at v- Rucuos Aires, Argentina, (surprised all his Montis hero when ho registered at tho Washington hotel and called his friends to meet him. When asked about T. S. Amusson of Salt take, who left with him In tho spring to onter the consular aervlco Wootton ro. marked that "Ted" was taking caro of bnnlncss Interests In South America. "Ted and 1 hava left tho consular service," said Mr. Wootton. "It only took us a fow weeks to slzo things up In Argentina and wo are now on. gaged In tho coal Importing blindness. "Wlion wo arrived In Argentina wo found tho people tlicro burning corn...

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. — 6 September 1919

H SATURDAY, SEITE1IUKU G, 1010. AMl.MMfMV -nuir nriyrvi aaaaaH T"... AMERICAN bORK ClIIZhN, SATURDAY, SBPTEMttJiit C, 1IU9. I County News H Anthrax Nuspccleil .IIKIIIU' H Proo, Sept. 1 - Tlioro la consid. H crnblo cxcltcinont r bout nnthrax lu H tho Klrut ward pasture, as a cow died J there recently or boiiiu unknown dls- J rase. The nnlmnl wns hurled without H ivcatlgutlon an to th nature or tho H disease Dr. C. L. Jones, gorcrnniont H votcrUtrlo.n for this district, gavo a H short talk on thin matter mid warned H all persons v.'lio have- cattle In tho H pasture- to have them vaccinated im. H mediately. H Mrs. A Tern Hardy Dead fl Mrs. Avcra Hardy, eldest daughter H of Elizabeth, Smoot Hardy and tho H lato Dr. Milton H. Hardy, died Mon- H day mornlnr; at 10 b'clock r.t Salt Ixike. B 8ho wns born at "Provo, Kchruary 21. H 1892 and linn resided, lit Salt I.nke for H a number or years. Funeral services fl t vas held Thursday morning at 11:30 H o'clock, at tho residence of her titter, ...

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. — 6 September 1919

E& SATUKDAY, SlSPTbrAUEK C, 1910. ' AMEllICAN FORK CITIZKN, ' SATl'Ill)Y, SKITCMBKR C, 1019. H Pleasant Grove Department I f YOUNG MAN INSTANTLY KILLED BY INTERURBAN CAR FRIDAY AFTERNOON A southbound Intorurbhn cur, which laft thLs city nt 4:37 yesterday after tao'dn, ran Into a truck belonging to Pleasant Grovo Canning ractory No. 2, Instantly killing tho dlrvor, Victor tjuuqulst. Tho boy was on his way tdvtho factory with a load of. empty boxes, with thq Intention of bring. Ing homo como of tho girls working at tijo plant. -T' j-Jt Is stated by eye witnesses' ' tltdt tho. Orom car was traveling at an es. tlmatcd r.-.to of 35 miles an hour. Tho accident occurcd at a place Vhcro an unobstructed view of a half Wile or rhdro could bo Had by all par- - ' ' ties concorned. Tho-truck was pro. ceedtng Botiili pnrnlell with tho tracks jit- tho intcrurban and tho general ' supposition to that tho ruttlo of tho boxes prevented tho driver hearing 'tho approach of tho car. When op poslto t...

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. — 6 September 1919

I SATURDAY, SEPTEMHER 6, 1910. AMERICAN TOKK CITIZEN. SATUItDAY, SEPTEMHER 6, 191!.. I I I I AM. FORK LOCALS I H Mnmmlo Urynnt nnd Ltlllo Chestnut BJ wcro Provo visitors Saturday. H Mnrgurlto CInrk, Stlurdny (tonight) ROYAL THEATRE, LEHI. H Nate Robinson left Wednesday mor- BM nlng fur liin sheep hold. M Alma Wild Is spending Oils week In M Ogden, visiting relatives and frlonds. M Miss Ora l.yncli nt Ogden In spend- BJ ing her two weeks' vacation with her Bl mother, Mi's Emtnctt Lynch. BJ MIbh Myrl Storrs spent Friday in B Suit lnkc visiting frlcndn and rein. B m C. E. Rife spent Snttirany nnd Sun. B day In American Fo;--, visiting with BB his wife nnd family. BB Marlon Parker motored to I'rovo BB Tuesday and micnt tlio day with rlon- H lives nnd on bustnona. BB j, Mrs. Dowey 1. Qjlsfor'd and baby BB nrc visiting with her parents nt I'rovo BH this week, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Alilnnd. BH BH Mrs. Ethel Curry nnd MIbh lcnna BH Kelly nrrlvcd home Tuesday morning BH after spending thu week ...

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. — 6 September 1919

7 ' PHHBIlIITpi!5?'H i -. ABB f iflHJjl mi 'H M SATUItPW, SEPTEMBER C, 1919. AMERICAN FOIIK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, SKPTEMBLR C, 1919. H H MMD H American Fork Citizen H a progressive independent PUBLICATION H SUBSCRIPTION B .One Tear $2.00 H Blx Montns 11.25 m Entered as Second-Class Matter at HI Vost Odlco r.t Amrclcan Fork, Utah. BBV ! M. " B IL. W. Galsford Manager I I Classified I I I Ads I I I FOR SALE I FINE LARGE .ALBERTA PEACHES H for salo; rcasonablo price. Cull nt H Kenthcrstono's farm. C-2t I TEACHES $1.00 PER BUSHEL AT H Olo Hanson's placo nlno blocks north or Grant's hotel, second-claim H peaches 25 cents per bushel. G-lt BJ FOR SALE Some o:ght week old H Duroc Jersey pigs, at Richard H. H Hansen's, American Fork. C.2t-p I FIVE PASs"eNGER FORD CAR FOR H nnle; 1918 modol. Call and sec It. H Harry 8tokcr, Lehl, Utah. C.tf I FINE NEW MILK COWS FOR SALE, H Jersey's; also ripe prunes, 3 cents H -v lb. S. D. Chlpman. ti-tf H JUnE SWEET CIDER, mado from H Apples free of rot and fil...

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. — 6 September 1919

SATUIIUAY. SKITEMUMH G, 1019. tl M SATURDAY, SK1TKMUKU C, WW. AMERICAN FORK. CIT1ZEK. BA '"" Vt M H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J H Mrs. Laura SniStli of 1-c-lil, was vts- H ltlng Aincricnn Fork friends Tuesday. H If you -iced blankets you can get H any kind or slzo nt Chipmau's. H It. (1. Muthls ot I'rioe, was the guest B of Dr. C. M. Clark, Monday. H Mr. nmt Mrs. Krnrst Oobbley of H Darlington, Ida., wero the guests of H Mr. and Mrs. John Ovarii last wcok. H Mrs. Hoy .Tones or Salt Ijiko, is via- H itlng this week with her mother, Mrs. H William Flrmage. 1 Margurlto Clark, Saturday (tonight) H ROYAN THHATRH, l.EHI. H Mrs. Ignore KUIott of Salt I-ako, Is H lulling with relatives in Amcrlcnn H Fork, this week. H John H. Mimlockwns taken to the 9H 1.. T). S. hospital Tuesday morning M for illabeles. H Friday und Saturday, Snowdrift H demonstration, nt K. H. llolcy'H. H Watch for big sale on rnmplcto H tine of enamel ware Coming soon H flrant's Emporium. H Mr. Iizull Swcnaoii 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. — 10 January 1920

I American Frk Citlzeril aBvOTXVI. 16 PAGES- AMEitLCAN FOHK, UTAH, SATUI&A-. JANUARY-10, 11)20. -UTAH'S gSaMT WEEKLY-,' ;'ffiMr , " WM B ? ' '.,': '" , ' of ANNUAL OUTING I JANUARY 21 Bpjg annual outing of the aged pco 'H, 0 American Fork district will Hheld January 21st, at tho Alplno Le Tabcrncle. Tho comralttco E( Wednesday evening and all nc. 'Cuy arrangements woro made for -Banner day. Hijdt year this vety much appro- Hiitd festival was omitted on account the "flu" condition so this year .. & commltCoo ox poet to givo as good, Hnot n better entertainment than "''Hf that has been given previously. Hld folks will asscmblo in tho aud- Hriura of tho tabcrnnclo any tlmo fore 12 o'clock, so the forenoon ""Hi tA) spent in a gonoral visit talking Her times of yore, renewing old nc Hlnlances and wishing each othe H season's greotlngs. At 12 noon H gucsto will bo invited to tho ban Ht ball, whero tho good things of H earth will be there to tempt tho But dcllcato nppctlto and in s...

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. — 10 January 1920

B SATlTJM)AV, JANUARY 10, 1020. AnSRICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, icv-B ft ii County News jj i I'liuvo m:ws.voti:s K I'rovo, Jan. 8 Mtirrol, tlto two- Rj yenr-old non of Mr. ntul Mrs. Joseph BL T. Cnrtcr of Cntcrvlllu died Tuesday, Hf! of complications, following iniGunion- B IV Hi; Kunornl norvlccn wcio held Tucb H i ' day for Mm. Alvla Hlgelow In tlio i ;' Honnovlllo ward meeting house. R. ; Chlof of l'ollco Jcsso Manwnrlng Wv '. submitted IiIb roporl for 1010, which ml 1 i shows thnt 208 nrrcsts wore mndo H H during tlio year; 70 of theso woro Si , I for a night's lodging; 23 woro for If) ! (nloxlcotlon; 23 for violating tlio bi ne cycle, ordlnunco and 22 juvcnlloa ' I ; found In pool halls. Tlio bnlanco of SI ' Iho arrestH woro for minor offenses. U , :! Llout. Clo. Fred Jorgcnson has nd- K drossed n communication to Iho Pro- H'i vo Comtucrclal club In which ho ox- fZ'F ' plaliiH tlio need of a national guard HI in this Btato. Tlio totter polntH out W'H tno n,lvnnlngcs...

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. — 10 January 1920

iTUBDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920. I! M 1B AMERICAN FORK CITIZKX SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920. Y 3NSUE TAKERS 1 WINCE THEIR I WORK HERE Kre )ou naturalized or an ullcn?" BAre you black or whtto?" B-Cin )'u pcak English?" Brace and other decidedly person questions wl'l bo aoked at every BK&gt here, cro long, for thocon K enumerators of Unllu Sam lmvo En to mako their rounds. Lo For StaUstlral Purposes Dnlj Bflrne census Inquiries aro defined by Eof Congress. Rie Information gathered Is strict confidential, mado so by law. ensufl Information can not under H clrcmnBtnnces bo used as n basis taxation, nor can it bo used to Ym any person or his property, i K has nothing whatever to do with I Hflectlon, arrest, prosecution, or pun. (Kent of any person for any vlo Kn of any law. Bersonal differences between man Hidfc and to temporary chieftain-, K will b'a of no concern to mo cn- pHtrators, nor Is politics of any mo., plfct. Undo feels that iiubby Is head pH-e family and ho will be so listed. Hb...

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. — 10 January 1920

lilBff SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN ' JSATUKDAY, JANUARY 10 kkI l jj Manila jj ff I! News I! In tMB j JIJSSIK It. WAIH.KV ImMI w lyHi?! Lnst Saturday evening u ifflWH social was given at the homo aHHl of Mr. mid Mrs. Fredrick Kopp gmut who loft Monday for Germany K wHf their birthplace. Their ob- lljlujt jeet in going is to Hccnrc gene- HR alogy and to visit rclativcH BE; If tlioro and see their old home. Hm( They expect to visit Chica- HI mm go and other interesting points Iff j on their way to Now York, HKf. from which point their ship MHft leaves on January 17. HBp "While away it is their inteir IBjft 'ion to go to Franco, Switzor- nd, Germany, mid Austria. iHKM They expect to return some time in Mny. When questioned as to whether or not Germany was again calling in her reserves, Mrs. Kopp said there was no plnco in the world for her but Utah now. Wo feel assured thnt Utah can stand the com parison. Those present at the social were Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Pul ley,...

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. — 10 January 1920

JwWRPAY. JANUATl-Y 10, 1020, AaEM(, , . ( SATUBDAY. JAKtfAItV 10, 1920. J 1 Pleasant Grove Department I H - B . . !' i CROSS i I FINANCIAL REPORT American Red Cross, Pleasant H Orovo Branch, Utah County Chapter, H Financial Report for 1919: H Receipts Ualanco on hand $1,351.12 H Supplies and Mds. sold 95.S9 H 91S Membership Fees 2.00 H 1919 Membership Fees 2G-fG0 H I9l9 Donations 225.75 H a,. . H Total .'. .'.')'. .. $1,927.26 H Expenditures t H Supplies Purchased $7.75 H (Stamps and Stationery 1.80 H Kxprcs.i on Mdbo rll.C7 H Car Faro (Homo Service) . ... 3.00 H Dal. Soldiers' Banquet (4th) ,. 39.G9 H Sundry Supply ItemB 3.45 H Rem. to Utah Co. Chapter.. 1,333.95 I Total $1,401.31 Hal., Dec. 31, 1919 $525.95 H Tho social danco given by tho Red H Cross last Friday ovonlng proved to H bo a decided success In every way. I Tho exccutlvo commlttco elected for I 1920 is as follows: I Mr. and Mm. J. It. Halllday. " Mr. and Mrs. J. i. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund ...

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. — 10 January 1920

SATURDAY, .TANrrAHY 10, .1920, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN . SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. 192o.Mil B American R Fork Locals B Miss Kny Knrroim liutl her tonsils V removed Tucsdoy niul In getting wAg along nicely. Hj Olonn ljonnett or 1'iovo. was in B AmorJcnit Kork Fork Thursilny with H friends and on buslnoss. 'Ball Ejt Those lnccs, ribbons, remnants nnd M ehort lengths nro surely bargains at IHP Chlpmn'ns. Wj W. 8. Greenwood or tho lower Am. B crlcnn Fork powor plant, wnH In Am. Pi 1 rlenn Fork Tuesday on business. fifi - H IT Corlez ChriBtonscn left Saturday UK p to IiIh homo In Sholloy, Ida., after mVi upending ton dnys hero with friendn. II M Ti Miss U'Oirn Shollcy retiunud to her B Wj1 school In Sail Lnko Sunday, after R ppondlng a week burn with hor par. il ents. M 111 Esthor SwonBon roturnod to Mur- B i'; ray Thursday nfter spending tlio pnBt ton days with hor purontB, Mr. and W'Ki Mrs. Olo Hanson. mm nW Mr. nnd MrM. LcOrando N'oyus ro- t turned to their homo In Salt Lnko nli Sunday afte...

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. — 10 January 1920

2oBiTUKDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920. A rtrtA If H Wjl AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1020V J J .H liSTAasiisiciAna American Fork Citizen 0Sfe-AIlno Pub. Co. Hu.ldlng BOaitESSIVE INDEPENDENT V I'UIILICATION B suHsmirruiN HpTtar $2.00 C UontoB $1.26 H Entered on dncoad-fltfiss Matter at L Office at Amretcan Fork. Utah. H,, ff . Oalaford Manager m Classified f I Ads 4 I FOR SALE HoR SALE Two, 1000 capacity fowlers, thoy arc especially dcslgn H for soft coal, having 10Vi In. grnto Horfacc. O. A. Thrasher, American Ark. 3-2t.p FOUND HtlUND A small purso containing a H littlo money. The owner may ob Hiln samo by calling on Ell J. Clay Hon, Identifying tho purse, and paying ir this ad. 3-2t- Wanted xXXNOMY SHOE REPAIRING SHOP, one and half blocks north of Chip sin's storo. My prices will suit ton. (live ro6 n trial. 10-tf ItQENTS Make $10 to $20 a day I New plan. Investigate. Doth malo land female Ad. inquiries to Dox 22, Ir. P. I). American Fork, Utah. iO.-t-p I FARMER WANTED I have...

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. — 10 January 1920

' I I, SATOKDAV, .fANl'AKY 10, 1020. AMBMOAN F0B1C CITIZEN, SATURDAY, .TAWJAttV !), , HHHb m mm mmm Hi $ AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H Ladles toi skirls half prlca nL HV ('lilpinnn's. HVj Mrs. Jainon Comer uf Lohl, was HK visiting friends In Amorlcnn Fork HH Wednesday. HK Tho four small clilUlron of Mr. Hh and Mrs. Olo IlaiiRon lmvo boon nor. K loiiBly til with pnoumonla. HI Mr. and Mm. taster Kirk aro WM tho proud parents of a bnby girl, HJJj born last week. Mother nnd baby nro M getting along nicely. pll Mr. nnd Mrs. Vera Ambroso nnd Ell Krnncls Ambroso or Wondovor, nr- tig rlvod In American Fork Tliuradny to ltff spend n wook hero with tliolr folks. BR Mrs. Ollvo Nlcholcs cutertnlncd tho HE Scctond ward Primary ofllcors and HI tenchortt Thursday night. Tho tlmo Hi was Bpont In preparing for tho chll- HN drcn for tho next montti nnd a nodal HP nftor which refreshments wore scr- Wf veil to nbout twelve Km Mrrt. Adolph NIolsou wuh taken to RjP h Salt I.ako hOHpltnl Tuosdoy an...

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