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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1920

bt HbbLH I I HI I SECOND SECTION UTAH'S GREATEST WEEKLY fH American Pork Citizen ; I VOL. XVI. AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920 NUMBER 49. .flH Bal MW , iWBiaaMOBaBBBBBBMs- . i tj BjaBjaBJBBjBBBJBjaaaBJ SEEK REMEDY FOR " PROBLEMS OF DAY I FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL LEADERS OF WORLD TO MEET IN NEW YORK. I Appeal to People to Return to I Standards of Reason and to Gov. I ernmcnU to Increase Revenue I Rather Than Debts. New York. A cull for one of the I greatest International conferences of I otnmcrcinl anil llminclul llgurcs cur I assembled, In au cITort to llml a reme- ily for the fluiinvlnl mid comiuurclal I !muN In which I lie world tins heeu I eft by the war, was Issued here on I .liinuury 14, following the meeting of I at coterie of nationally known Ilium BJ clers. '11icniiieul was Issued .slmultuucous- l.r with Hlnilliir proclamations put forth BJ lu Grout Britain, France, Holland, BJ .Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden mid BJ Norway. In each ease the documents BJ Mere jJ...

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. — 17 January 1920

Hftlf AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN I ' UTAH STATE NEWS H!l'il There lire 80,'IS teachers In Utah HsiiK schools nil (old, outside of tin: super- Hf Mm vising forces. Hf Wm Tho Utuh Poultry nssoclntlctn'rt nn- Hl H mini poultry show opened In Suit I.uko H'H on J in i mi ry 11!. LLI ''lifl Upton will pruliiilily have mi am- H )-;!HE tniiiiltloii und ordnance slortiKO depot, iH ' IHM osllllK about ? 1,000,000. H JHI Motor vehicle license recs In 101!) WIH m'n' JM(M8:, f,,r I'10 ,MMl 'luurter, us sHfealBI utiimred with SlOr.l.'.'r. In 11)18. BlilKF Jolm w 'l'"urst"" former mayor of HT!W Delta, died on ii train while on Ills K" ljfrf way to Knit Luke to enter u li(isiltiil. H;Im Residents of Tooele county lmvo po- H'-jlfj lltloned (lie coiir- - ' inmlssloncis to Hnlllfi appoint n cropf i Inspector. Haff l.nrgo traci- c, ' l '" Knno coun- HjlHf ty, near the Arizona line, will ho open Hflfjuj to entry by tlio genornl pulillc Fobru- lHll ! "rr HHIil ' Donald .IoIiiiho.i, need , of Ulslnore, HEj muy...

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. — 17 January 1920

M m r'H " . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN l gH I I The Stained Glass Window 1 1 I 'D2i8?,Ru8e t0 Convert GrasP5"g I ft Husband Who Would Erect Memorial to De- 8 :J ceased Wife Who Had Been Enslaved 3 J; in Farm House in Hills $ (Cp..ht by , A(Inina K;;;Pv;r;;:Ks By EARL DERR BIGGER3. Mils Parkins toft nor dosk, piled j high with small town oxchangos, and stepping to tho window of tlio Eaglo office, stood gazing out on Main street. In tho bright light of tho Au- gust moon, Maplcton looked Idyllic; Its llttlo brick business blocks ex- uded a warm glow, as It they woro there to give, rather than to rccolvo; HJ Its whlto stono courthouso was sud- deply tho abodo of a kindly Justice; Its library harbored poets; tho citl HJ zona who walkod Its streets wnro Hj friends and brothers. Tho'August moon, howovor, did not dccclvo Miss Parkins. For thirty years bIiq had translated Maplcton'a daily llfo Into news Horns for her pa- per, and It was too lato now for her to seo tho town as idyllic. She know th...

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. — 17 January 1920

alwfltf I Hi AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN I K WE a a win in i iiinii 1 1 i mmmmmm nmm s n. w , M KEEPING TAB ON H EGG PRODUCTION iJHf Separation of Workers From ffH Shirkers Is Aided by Use IUH1 of Poultry Calendar. IS TRAP NEST MOST EFFICIENT Ufl IMW Many Flock Owner Have No Real HRfHJ Standard or Qulde by Which to HHI Determine Yield of Hens HBHI Record It Valuable. HBl U'icpartd by the United States Depart BBn ment of Agriculture.) HHtS Many farmers know llttlo concern- HflS ng tlio Individual production of their BKi I hens and pullets, but IIiIh Ih a factor U ill lock management which mcrltn BHU close attention, particularly In vlow of RflH ' (Ho high prlco of eggs during tlio win- jHMS ler senson. It Is relatively ns simple IBfln' (or the farm flock owner to keep tnb j jii tho production of tils hens ns It Is HH f,,r ,llln to krep track of tho milk yield H nf his cows nnd, In every respect, tho nj keeping of flock rucnrdH results ns HHf profitably ns wlicro similar nccounts HflK "ro k...

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. — 17 January 1920

I M . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN - It .I.H I "CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP" IS CHILD'S LAXATIVE H took at tonauel Remove poltont M from stomach, liver and H bowel. Accept "California" Syrup of Figs H only look for the name California on H the package, then you aro sure your H child Is having tho best and most harm j less lnxatfvo or physic for the little H stomach, liver and bowels. Children love Its delicious fruity taste. Full H directions for child's dose on each Lot tie. Glvo It without fear. Mother 1 You must say "California." Adr. I Would Be All Right. Bernlce Asked her mother what she was going ,to do today. Her mother said she was going to wash the win dows. Bernlce answered : Oh, mother, don't; It's going to rain." Whereupon Dorothy, aged three, said: "Mother, you wash them. You can hang them In the attic." ii SWITCH OFF! Put aside the Salts, Oil, Calomel, or Pills and take "Cascarets." t t-r-r i j J Are you keeping your bowels, liver, and stomach clean, pure and fresh with Cascarets, o...

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. — 17 January 1920

HsaaaaaaaaaH HsaLLV iM AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN I:iB . , i hHH t V.iTHII tHPMHHRflHHHHHHHiHHHHHIHIHHHIHHHIHIBBHiilliHiHHl MH HHHH3 HIPIH uHBk M& JKm HH ! bHh HH hh H atVfi v aMK il 1 Hb HIH iB' g Jfw'm J0HN B(iDUS"Ba:c1Mw 2 JsaaaV -- S ts trarYjaraejrr' trio JS jlj 5 fe Hfj CHAPTER XIII. Continued. Bill 13 Bf "No need to," wild Trevor briskly. HI "I've not these tlin-o inlsslnniiry clitip" HfM hero for witnesses to thu fuel Hint wo iHf lU-ut up In perfietly good fulth, Hint 1 B huh forced to a liiul landing und ot Hfl fenrfiilly cut up nnd burned nnil Hint Hj I wns only Just bucking out of dentil's IVa Joor when they turiii'il up unit fouiul IMI foil Intuct." H "Why, Whlto Mini I" exclaimed An- BB ilre-', "how could you got llii'in to toll IH Unit awful lln?" H "Kindly," answered Trevor promptly. Hj "Ttioy wouldn't know It wns u He. Vou VK (', these missionary chap! will Mill K&j believe a unlive; they can't nffonl to Hj concede tlit ItniiiutiibUi fact that a k lilaclc consiste...

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. — 17 January 1920

H .---, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN .H I THE MISERY OF I BACKACHE B Removed by Lydla EL Pink- H ham's Vegetable Compound. Muskegon, Mich. "For six years 1 sH waa bo weak in my back at timca that I mmijijjmM M Lydia pjnkham'a H OyPnjBjy I vogetablo Com- uKUXlHR pound was recom H Kjii ,BImcndcd to mo and nPWiSN'H it madomogoodnnd H l'iw strong again so that V lllihfcrbff nm a" to do a" I ItflaaiBsHffiti everyono I moot I bi$BKfilw na"tdidforme"" H field, 240 Wood Ave, Muskegon, Mich. B Woman's Precious Gift H Tho ono whichsho should most zeal- H ously guard is her health, but sho often Hj ncglccta to do so in season until somo ailment peculiar to her sex has fastened itself upon her. When so afTcctcd women may rely upon Lydia E. Pink- hamWegctablo Compound, a remedy H that has been wonderfully successful in H restoring health to BuiTenng women. JB If you havo tho slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vcgctablo Com H pound will help you, writo to Lydla E. Finkham Medicine Co. (confidential...

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. — 17 January 1920

II AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN 1 ll FIGHTING A BURNING WELL IN NEW GAS DISTRICT IbbbBi -i-9&- f , lt Px y mfBW i f tBiMf BbbBvVi y mm " i v.vB bjV vv v BK BH " yfr:1V?Tv-ft ft t Uit . JI.fiW-x ?SB?1C bIbbBk ill jtt HBfH l .. . flK VBJyv wMi 5m.fjmmmmmwmr 2 i mmwEfa mw iwr fsf -.wj jb 4a J jL.jBtBBMrBT iBYBBBBsVUf ' rf HJ pyyy t f7i ib t 'sMm3tolMmMMMr jLJ3p'TK'tftfeyyT WBttWMftfsl "r' iTLp jWHMBByL tt bYbBB' BgjBBBEaBBBl . . ftT ' v f-St-Tf gyt?WPtkr-jfc'BLByKUyjjr. v bw ' " jCTflrvi iViiwP4 btbtsbbbbbbbbbB ju tMifc' v n mi ' i fly c ---- me y wtMmmPk ,BriiMyatU .jWbi t y iij sJP VfrrtjtS-'w BHH E?bbbbbbbbbbbbbB ml r' 'fM'lt 'JB,fr bb- VBmbPZ BMBBBBrlBWBBliiBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiBMBW mW m43M..7?7m4!mm "-irt lf BHH bVlSjbuTbBp bbjX t " immili. HBBm. K'T'BVBB ! 'bBJmbbbYbVI!" ' O vj L.4y KmHi Men lighting 'i g well Ore lit Snake Hollow, JiihI outside McKeespnrt, I'n., whew viint quantities or iintuml &VI pis have Iwn discovered recently. The men with tin- Iimik PP are trying knock tin....

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. — 17 January 1920

I American Efjrk Citizen I 1! L -16PAGES- AMEIUCAN YORK, UTAH, SAJCuMfeAABY " 3 logo! -UTAH'S GREATEST WEEKLY- NUMBER 49 n Jl I OLD FOLKS WILL I HAVEJpER DAY The Committco already has H everything nrrangod for a bnnnor day, for tho Old Folks annual oiting, Jan. 21st, and H are anxious thnt all guests H should attend. H We still have a few who are -- eligible and do not affiliate. H After preparations have been made it is as little as the aged I lrcoplo can do to show their appreciation by their presence. 'Tho business houses and all H citizens nave qame to tno sup I port of tho committee in a I financial way "very fine, and a I tjood time to all are assured. I Tho following program will I bq given at the Tabernacle at 2:15 to which all the public I are invited: I Song Congregation. Proyor Patriarch W. B. Smith. I Selection Band. I Address Mayor J. M. Walker. I Solo J. IT. Davis. Reading Ileva Bock. I Solo Mrs. Clifford 13. Young. 5 I Monologues, Etc. Claronco (Irant ' I mid othora. ...

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. — 17 January 1920

m I K rt 'A-arffmnAw T,YkRK" fJITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. I S- SATUKDAY, .TANl'AKY 17, 1920. AMERICAN FOliK Ullldma, " Bfl 1 BUSINESS TRANSACTED I IN FOURTH I DISTRICT COURT H ' Tho following iHiBlncsu wan traii- Bfl xnctcd In the fourth district court Bfl thin week at Provo: M. F. Fartm- Bfll wortli of Salt I-nlto, charged with fall- Bfl uro to provide for throo minor chit- H dron living with Mrs. ForriHworth at BCj Spanish Fork, wan sentenced to pjy flju 430 per month tor their mipport and lfljj gavo n lond for the faithful pcrfor- BS manco of that lut,y. Bfl In tho coho of A. V. Ilurkwnltor vs. Hfl John Andrews ut nl., damurror was HI overruled mid defendants given 10 ' daj'H In illicit to nnawcr. flM In tho caso of D. J. HubbcI vs. Har- H oy ChifT ot at., a docrco was entored H In favor of the defendants. Tlilfl H cubo Involves a dlsputo over a group BM of minim; clnlmH In tho North Tlntlc Bff dlAtrlct adjoining tho Tlntlc Dolamnr HH property. mw .Tudgoinont by default f...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1920

SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. ' gg- AMERICAN FORK 01T1ZBS SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. jB H I bbbbbbibbbbbbbbb I? I Report Made to the State Bank Commissioner.at the Close of Business December 3 , 1 91.9. I , J II -THESE BANKS ARE AFFILIATED- II II Total Resources Over Two Million, Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. II Bl I ntifl1 4tf'te nl,'s4Utei ! IV H BfflHBBBB JiHK'ivrTTMnBHR vJ HI I I ' f NB?w3ur7w ' fl Hhhhhkhhhhhhhhhhi lBBBBjriBBBBBB l H I ?; 3 ji. H BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI BBBBi "-; & fliH 1 H H $SCL '' r i H b H BBBBBBBBB rBBlBBBBmHT'aSBXaBBBl IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBv Bl BBH H H H XHHIN'HHHHV'r HHHHHHHHHk; HHHHHHHHHI HH H l lPHlS & i H fl pPflLrHv F H .! I r' '' A bbEp ! H ! i I Bank of American Fork Midvale State Bank Bank of Pleasant Grove - State Bank of Lehi I ' II rJonnSnn,iRi?SUIfIESrQionKo, RESOURCES A RESOURCES RESOURCES ' ' Loans and Discounts $681,205.30 T , ... nMnn.n " . ' I Overdrafts - . . 'i56.97 Loans and Discounts $306,683.49 rf Loans and Discounts - $302,027.02 . Loan...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1920

m SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1020, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. j'm Mftdo lo Oio Hank Commissioner of '.B tbo Stnto of Utah, of tlio rondltlon of jH Till: HANK 01' ly.lMSAM (lllOU, H locntcil nt Pleasant Orovo In the RH County of Utnli, Stnto of Utnli, nt the IJH loflo of business on tlio 31 Ht day of f4H Dccomlirr, 1019, jfH ItHSOUIlCKS WB Loans and Discounts.... $H0:.027.02 njBj Overdrafts ITnsocuied 21,35 IH Stocks unit Othor Ilonds 2,200.00 BB Mank.iia Hoiibq 11,371.73 Hlf Furnlluro mid Flxluics,. -I.C8C.02 -BBjl Ileal Kfitato 2,036.33 tBm Duo fiom Nntionul IlnukH 20,578.45 fjH Duo from Statu Mimics and jlH JJunl.era 30,787.50 Bf Internal Ilovonuo Stamps 34.88 HH Gold Coin 1,000.00 HH Silver Coin C48.27 HI Currency 3,500.00 HM Expense Acrount None H Collections 1,250.55 Vl U. S. Treasury 'Certificates 15,000.00 Hh Victory Installments .,. 125.00 H Total $101,277.00 H I.IAIJIUTICS H Capital Stock paid In.... $20,000.00 Hl Surplus Fund 10,000.00 Bj Undivided Profi...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1920

'20. lTntDAY, JANl'ARY 17, 1920. ,, IS ? -- AMERICAN FORK OITIZEN, SA1TKD AY, JANUARY 17, VJ20. ' I Pleasant Grove Department I IflCERS APPOINTED I BY CITY COUNCIL Hi , At City Council mooting i Bfcturdny night, Jnn, 10, Iho I Hewly appointed officers were: ' BElins Pierce Marshal. 1 ft B. Harper Justice of Iho Bonce. s. D. Tlmrmnn Attorney. Niels Fugal Supt W Vat-' Br "Works. I Be. J. Larson Wntermrisler I BF. S. Humphries-Skton:g ; Bj. II. Adams Poiln'dkc&fc r. B 0. E. Grua Qnarantinq Bhysioian. Hans Williamson Fire Bhicf. BTlio following committees Brew appointed by the Mayor. Irrigation John C. Nelson, Bred C. Shooll, Bon Adams. Waterworks P. C. Shooll, m. A. Gamctt, John C. Nelson. I Streets and Lightning Bon Mrinms, C. A. GnmottJ J. E. Vnrburton. I License, Finance and Claims -C. A. Gamott, J. E. Wnrbur- o!i, Fred C .Shooll. I Judiciary and Auditing O. A. Gamott, Hon Adams, Fred C. Shooll. City Properly and Public Grounds J. E. Warburton, , Hon Adams, C. A. Gnmctt. "Brown ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1920

T' --H B SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY it, lBgjg 'L American fl Fork Locals Bfl nH Plenty- of cups without saucers noxt rk nt OIIANT'8. Vi iH mM 3. A. Owens of Provo spent Friday ! ,n American Fork, doing business. HH 111 Miss Graco Gunnings of Salt Lako 1IB (pent Saturday nnd Sunday with her HI fiarentti here, Mr. nnd Mrs. Zr Miller. 9m Mrs. Orn Chlpmnn of PluaBant mm OroTc, was Uio Sunday kuobI of Mr 11 nnd Mrs. "W. II. Chlpman of title city. HI Miss Ruth Chlpman spent Satur- 1)1 day in Irthl, tho guest of Mian Iluln j Evans, BV ' MIbSoh Mary Dtillols, l'olllo I-ott anil Bl Rula Kvans of tali I, worn visiting friends in American Fork, Monday. HH Mrs. James Cblpmnn, Jr., was the H9 guest of relatives In Stilt I.nko, last I Friday. Raj Miss Manda Chlpman roturnod homo HI the lattor part of this weok, after HPw spending a week In Salt Lake, with Hjflj relatives and friends. HH Dolbort Chlpman who has spent HV eome tlmo In Arizona, at the sheep HH...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1920

HHH Jl MflfllPAY. JANUARY 17, 1920. I H lg AMERIQA.fr FORK 6ITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 'ftfe 3 1 JHuierican Fork Citizen HK.AIplao Fb' Co. UnHdlng jjtOGRESSlVB INDEPENDENT JLB PUBLICATION hS SUBSCRIPTION rHjW ' 12.00 HkmIDB 11.26 Ktied vt itoond-Ctass Matter at Yoico at Amrcican Fork. Utah. Jf, Gnlsford ...... Manager I Classified I Ads I H FOR SALE ' Hi SALE 15 acres of land o:t Hscrlcnn Fork Bench, under i'lr..c Horovo Irrigation system. This H Is in two jpiocos ono 5 acres, Hothcr 10 acres. Two first-class Hrts of water goes with tho G acres H( ebnres with tho 10 acres. Tho Her In ordinary seasons Is amplo Hritcr all tho land, as tho land is Hrtho head of tho ditch. Land is Hted for all purposes. Will sell Hor both pieces reasonable Fur H particulars, oall at Alplno Pub. H office. 17-tf Ht A black purso, containing Hmo change, pictures, etc. e'luJei Hie leavo at tills ofllcc. REWARD. 17-.f-pd I Wanted HlITltY AND EGGS WANTED Highest cash prices; will call mptly. J. V. Johnson, ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1920

ill SATUKDA V, JANUARY 3 7, 1920. AMISRidAN, FORK CITIZEN, ' SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, l J H $$$& Eil AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J BHI Mrs. Hon Moffett nml Mrs. Mariey HBH Steele went to Bait Lako Monday to WWM npond tlio ilny with friends. fttJH Mrs. Frank Orcctiwooil of Magna IIH arrived thin week to spend u visit IMW will' Iter mother, Mia, It. It. Steele. fill If your baby la largo or small, you Hlrl cmi get ii baby cnrlngo suitable nt IH Chlpman's. IHw Mr, nml Mrs. M. T. Woods enter- ImV tulhod nt a party Wednesday night IS I for n number of their friends, dames HJiH mid music wcro enjoyed, nftor which HCI dinner wiih Horved lo eight guests, HMH liofl.ldcs host nml hostess. Mr, nml Mm, i tarry Jjorllnng of HSV Highland gnvo n social nt their homo HC9 .Monday night for a Tew of their frl- HCf eds. Supper nerved to twclvo guosts, Hlf lifter which tho evening was enjoyed HlB . In card gninos, HMH Unvo you over boon u "wall flow- HIV or" nt every dunce you attended? HBh Hav...

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. — 31 January 1920

bbbbB BH bbbbbI HbbbbbbbHbLbB I SECOND SECTION , UTAH'S GREATEST WEEKLY 'BIS Lbbbbbb! ' UH I American Fork Citizen I VOL- XVI. AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3I 1920 NUMBER 51. H$H I WILSON APPEALS I FOR THREE NATIONS H URGES CONGRESS TO GRANT CREDIT TO POLAND, AUSTRIA AND ARMENIA. H Declares We Should Not Withhold H From Starving People of Three m Nations a Small Proportion of H Our Surplus Food Supply. M Washington. President Wilson on H January 2S, through Secretary Class, H tetiewed (lit1 appeal to congress to H grunt credits of $15q,000,000 for I'o- H IiiikI, Austria mill Armenia to alleviate B conditions which threaten "inornl and B material -tliiKis" In those countries. H Secretary Glass presented the presl- dent's letter to the house wuys mid H ii it'll ns committee without comment, H President Wilson's letter addressed H to Mr. (Ilnss follows: H "With considerable regret I Imvc H noticed from the pres that eoUgress H Is delaying thu granting of authority for the ext...

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. — 31 January 1920

hi IVTa AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN tHt ! M ft PR0BLEMSFAC1NG HI STRICKEN WORLD Hfl Shall Chaos or Reconstruction HH in Europe Follow the Great f J ; World War? 111 ' NOW WEAK AND HEARTBROKEN fcf S In Mourning and Poverty She Counts HM Her Dead and Looks With Eyes of HB Sadness Toward the Threat M enlng Future. , HH Article H ; By FRANK COMEnFORD, H; August 1, liM, was tliu tiny. On HIj tliut itny (Jermiiny dcchircd war on Bl lltusln. 'J'ho (Ire ularm ruiiK oroiinil BI tlit; world. IVuNnnts In tins Hold 1 straightened their hacks, listened and BSH ; looked Into tliu huh confused, wonder- H i Ing. Kings wcro unfurled, bunds Ml' played, faces wcro white, tense and VI i n-rlous. Men left their work and BftVtl ' talked In groups on (lie street corners. Women laid down their brooms, put nB utddo their washing, and talked In BHJHC whispers; oad lights were In their HbbHH ryes. Children Htopped playing. Some fl thing had liapeiied. Kvll thltiK" weru ' ahead. August u and I found France flftVK' a...

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. — 31 January 1920

iHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHsHsHiaasisaissssHHI I - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN ,- -a ----- HH I There's Many 1 I a Slip I: Captain of the Mary Jane $ I ;; Threw Away the Love of 5 Widow Well. When He Heaved $ !j Love Slippert at Playful Dog. I (Copyright by the Adanm Newspupor Service, New York.) I By EARL DERR DIGGERS. The captain of tho brig Mary Jano I hold a pair of embroidered slippers M up to tho gaze of bis disgusted mate. M "Beauties, ain't they?" ho Imiulrod admiringly. '"Orrlble," said the mate, with a -wink. H "Modo 'cm with 'or own llttlo 'ands," continued the sentimental sklppor. "They're big," growled tho mate. U "Slippers or 'ands?" Inquired the HJ captain warmly. HJ "Either," returned tho mato cheer- fully. J "Sour grapes," suggested the master HJ of the Mary Jano. It was a wclPknown fact that tho mato had also bcon an HJ ardent woor of tho fair donor. HJ "Ob, aro they grapes," said the HJ mato, closely examining tho oinbrold- HJ ery. "I thought they were turnips or HJ cabbago."...

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. — 31 January 1920

VI American Fork crnzfeN I 1 GRIT ESSENTIAL WA FOR LAYING HEN H Hard Substances Necessary in H Fowl's Diet to Prevent Di- IkH gestivc Troubles. Hffi ; BIRD FAMILY MINUS MOLARS Hfll Pulverizing of Food Takes Place In Xfl Gizzard Oyster Shells Are Ex. jB l cedent on Account of Lima B j They Contain. H I (I'rrpnrrd by the United fctntcn Depart- Hb merit of Agriculture.) H The old saw, "ns scarce ns hen's H teeth," would liu qulto ns trim If H "turkey" or nny other incinlicr of the H bird fimilly Inn) been substituted for H "lion." The entire nrnllhologlcnl ill- B vIhIoii of the nnlinnl kingdom Is tooth' SVJ Ipsa. No painful filling of bicuspids B In their young liven nor crowning of HBV ' molars In their Inter days I In the H bird fiunlly there Is not n imrtlclo of B need of screwing courage up to the BBBj point where nn niipolntnieut with tho BBBJ dentist Is innile, no enduring of nn- BBBj gulsh In the chnlr for them, nnd none BBBI to bo fnced Inter when tlic hill comes Iimm In. When ...

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