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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 January 1920

I J,.!- -- AMERICAN gQPK citizen ', H I Pj THE Eli! I fes3 CABINET K Unless thla country In made n Kood place for all of us to live in It won't be n Rood plncc for any of us to live In. Theodore Roosevelt. I A SYMPOSIUM OF SOUPS. i . Although clear soups, which nro largely witter, contnln llUlo nbttrlKli- I v Sb vnluc because I fPln ''l01' w'nrm nn I 17 ("tIn Htlmullite the I If Pd E) stomach. Appe- B hU fl I tlxliij; soups tnuy HhM II 1 1 be mndc of mate- H Bbm4 n 8 H i.BM Wasted. A cupful or two of mashed potato enn be turned H Into a most nourishing soup. HJ Soup Is not necessarily mndc from HJ meat stock; such vegetables mny be HJ used ns beans, pens nnil other vogo- HJ tables cooked until soft nntl passed through n sieve, then heated with milk, Hj wnter or stock. Using left-over vege H tables Is nn economy. H Split Pea Soup. Take one pint of HJ dried peas, four quarts of water, one H large onion minced line, four table- H spoonfuls of drippings (or butter Is H better, as It giv...

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. — 31 January 1920

VI AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN 1 , , - . Ii! Colds H Break Hkil ' Get instant relief with HJ 'Tape's Cold Compound" HH9 Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing Hfll and suunilngl A dose of "I'npe's Cold Hl Coiniiotiiiil" taken every two hours tin HI til Uuce doses nro taken usually H: brenks up n cold nnd ends till grlppi H'f The very first dose opens your HI cloggcd-up nostrils nnd tin- nlr pass- V nges of .vonr liend ; stops noRe running; Hl' relieves the lieiiilucliu, dullness, fever- Hl lshncss, MieeJug, soreness, stiffness. H,l "I'npe's Cold f'ouipound" Is (lie Ba quickest, surest relief known nnd eosls HX1 only n few cents lit drill uteres. It H3, nctH without nsslstnnee. Tastes nice. 1' Contnlns mi uulnliie. Insist on I'npe's I Hf ' Thought It Mental. l! Ou"sle The dentlNt told mo thnt 1 1' tinn i large cavity thnt needed till ng. HS lit lid Did tin recommend liny spo- IK clal course of study? KB HAIR FALLING? HERE W IS WHERE IT SHOWS Di' J 1 Don't worry I Let "Danderlne" shve B your h...

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. — 31 January 1920

" "jllm AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN I IB THOUSANDS PROCLAIM THE MERITS OF I PE-RU-NA lead Their Letters U Mrs. Martha C. Dale, K. P. D. 1, Cannon, Del., writes: "I am en- tlrcly cured of chronic catarrh of tho stomach nnd bowels by IE- JIU-NA." r Mr. J. Bayer, Glendnle, Oregon: m "There is no medlcino like rE-ltU- NA for catarrhal deafness." Mrs. Kate Marquis, Mlddleburr. Ohio: "PE-KU-NA cured' mo 0 catarrh of the head nnd throat." Mr. J. II. Collins, Wesson, Mis- issippl: "PE-RU-NA makes mo feel vigorous and able to work without that tired, weak feeling I usually have otherwise." Mrs. P. Ludvigscn, Austin, Min- ncsota: "I got rid of my liver trouble and can eat anything sinco taking PE-RU-NA." Mrs. L. Hearing, 283 East 169th St., Now York City: "For catarrh of the head and stomach, I havo found PE-RU-NA better than any other medicine." Mr. W. H. Edgar, 49 Cooper St., Atlanta, Georgia: "PE-RU-NA cured mo after I had suffered fifteen years with rheumatism." Mrs. Leonn Dodd, R. No. 3, Medon...

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. — 31 January 1920

F jj AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN f Vatican gardens photographed from the air B t H i Tin) fumed gardens of (ho Viillciin In Koine photographed from mi Ilnllnn dirigible. The border pints repro B bent thu urins of Tins X mill Itciicdlct XV. Snimi of tlic Vatican buildings nrc shown nt the loner loft. B GERMANY'S NEW POLICE LOOK LIKE SOLDIERS H Ilerr Nosko, Gcrmnny'fl minister of defense, has organized n spcclnl police force of picked men, well armed H ostensibly ns n protection against the Hpurtncans. They nro called the safety police, nnd nt n moment's notice nre K ready to enter n e11ce unto1 to ho rushed to the plnco of dlhturlmnce. This photograph shows some of tho new Bi police oMlcei's, with arms. B MARTENS' CHIEF OF STAFF NABBED HvJHvJHvJHvJHvJHi HHT Jw b xvV's'sflA vjVjVjVjVjVjVjVjVjVjVh SffityAW afc. H B3 HilHfMLillQBXdHBuHHBI Awmkkw9kwGkwukW& H Among tho Hods I'll n Klit by government otllcluls In tlio raids tlmt hnvo B beta mndu on their headquarters nml homes was Clrogory W...

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. — 31 January 1920

H . IjmericanFjbrk CitizenX I I ALPINE STAKE QUARTERLY CONFERENCE I HELDSATURDAY AND SUNDAY I Synopsis or the Alplno stnko quarterly conference, which wns held In the Stnko Tabernaclo last Saturday H nml Sunday, with President Stephen H 1 Chlpman presiding. H Mooting wos opened nt 10 a. in. by H tho choir and congregation singing, H "Corao, Let Us Anow, Our Journey I'nrano." H Tho opening prayer wntj by John H llusliman. H Pros. A. J. Evans rovlowcd brlef- H ly our religious nttltudo us church H members during tho year 1919, and H exhorted Uic Saints to renewed and M Increased diligence during tho year H Just begun. H DIsliop Zabrlsklo of tho Highland H branch, roportcd his llttlo flock as M being a flthful, devoted body of ro- M HgloUii worshippers, always ready I and willing to do their duty. Louis Warnlck, president of a quor- H um of Seventies, reported his quorum H as actlvo and progressive along tho H lines of their work. H Klilcrs Edwin niackhurst and Vlo- H tor Nlcholca, lat...

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. — 31 January 1920

H SATl'llDAY, JANfAlH 31. 1J)20. AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. 1 A COMPARISON OF THE PRICE OE I m CLOTHING WITH FARM PRODUCTS- U IS THE RATIO AN UNFAIR ONE? flj IB (Communicated) Ism "Most people seem to think Hint clothes prices are high. Iran Pleasured in the number of dollars it takes to purchase a suit lljfl they are. But measured in the prices of thing's which the pro Hi eluctr has to sell, or in the wages paid for service performed Kl they aro no higher than they wcro hoforo the war. Jn many HR instances, as a matter of fact, they are not so high. HI "Compare clothes prices, for instance, with that of corn, HI the great American money crop. In 19 J 4 the Iowa farmer had H to haul fifty bitshels of corn to market In Order to get the money to pay for n $25 suit of clothcr Now lie am Kot a $00 Milt and a $10 M pair of shoos for his fifty bushels of B i H "It may bo that lio doosn't haul J corn to innrkct but fceiln It to his 8 t Iiokh. On Docpiuhor 30th, 101 1...

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. — 31 January 1920

SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. 1920. 91 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. H I THE ANNUAL MEDICAL I EXAMINATION (From Division of Health Educatlon E. O. downs, Director.) We have established tho annual medical examination of school child r.en as an essential part of tho health education work of tho schools. Wo 'ave urged tho lmportanco of tho ex amination of children's tceUi every bIx months. Uoth of Uiese recom mendations aro defensible on tho ground of safeguarding tho v.elfnro of tho next generation, and If persisted In throughout life, will tend definite ly to prolong tho period of existence and Incroaso tho happiness of all who follow them. Hut what of those who have already passed tho period of school attendance? Prevention is just as superior to euro for tho ma ture on for tho young. In 1910 tho chief causes of death In tho United States, arranged In tho order of tho number of deaths they produced, were 1 Heart disease 2 Tuberculosis 3 Pneumonia ' 4 Ilrlght's disease 5 ...

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. — 31 January 1920

H SATUKDAV, JANl'AUY :? 1 , 1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 192Q. mm 'MMl : ' - ' ' i i . II I Manila m !! News I VHB a f I it) ,ii:ssu: it. )Vadi.i;v ' ml SnUirdav ami Sunday saw a Hjl good number of Manila nieiii- Hl bers al conference at Amuri HI can Fork. There twenty-eight IH members at (ho Saturday mor- H91 ning meetiiij;. This number Hl was increased through iho Hi remaining meetings. L. M. HI Atwood and J)an M. Wudley Hl were ordained Seventies at BJ the' Sunday arteruoon session. Hl Mi's. (J eo. A. Little and H Misses Fanny and Martha Paul H were guests of Mrs. E. A. I'aul H Sunday. Mr. Paul spent the H day in Salt Lake. Mr. Ruel H Paul attended to business in K Salt Lake AVeduesday where H lie Keut the day. B Mrs. II. B. Waruiclc spent H Thui'Hday and Friday at Salem vfLm visiting with her mother, Mrs. WWL Ada Gardner. Bishop Warnick HJD was also at Salem on Friday. HK B Helgo V. SweiiKOu. has bee.n LwM attending the two weeks' cou- B rso of instruction a...

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. — 31 January 1920

WTUHDAY, JANUARY :u, 1920. niroTr, . VT lVvol. ninmf 1 AMERICAN FORK CITIZKtf SATURDAY", .TANrAHY 31, 3920, ' ' '" , t H I Pleasant Grove Department I pTH CONDITIONS GOOD BUI PRECAUTIONS I MEN TO KEEP "FLU" OUT K The board of health and city officials decided Thursday to close all placed of amusement in our city until further notice. This includes dancing hulls, I picture show, basket ball gmtlcs and theatres. For tho present, or until further notice schools and churches will be allowed to continue, but tho next few dayfc will determine whether churches are to be closed. American Fork and I.ehi have taken .the same action, so all amusement places in-the north end of the H county arc closed. Mayor Hayes reported Friday morning thai there was only one case of influenza in the city proper, ns far a.s tho officials know and that was brought in from another town, but there is some 12 or more cases in Lindon. There nro also two families under quarantine B for smallpox. I PER TON FOR I BEE...

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. — 31 January 1920

B Hj PjB SATURDAY, JANUARY HI, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, . SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 192cB II American III Fork Locals BEIj Don't wnsrj your butter tal got a 'ill Primrose Separator from Clilpman's. Ir UK . , IfviHj Hen llnlllday la homo from tho IPMk meat market thin week, with sick- !! ncss. fin I1 bill Ernest Pnxninn wont to Halt Uiky BSJIJt Monday nml spent part of tho dny KMij on btialnuHH. Wil Mr. nml .Mrs. John Ovarii and Mr. mil and Mrs. Ilcrt Fuildls wont to Ogdcn HHI; Tuesday, to attend tho funeral of Blj their brother-in-law, Bj : Watch our window for a Biinp on Bj Soap. Ilnrrlngton Grocery. B i John (irantlinm returned to ti in BM homo In Duschono Thurmluy, after BS upending a few days horo with Ills ' mother, Aire. Mary Oranthnm, B ! I.. ( Wilson nml Airs. Ilulln of Bfl IOlil, nru spending a few days in BH Highland, tliu gnosts of Mr, and Mrs. BHt ; G. V. Alyors. BBl Mm. John Iliunior, who bait Iwcn Bn rloltlng In Salt Ixtku for n fow days, BJB returned to American Pork ...

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. — 31 January 1920

B t HB fcURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. HflH AmeriMA Frk Oitizsn kce AlflM Th. C. BHldluR TnOORESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION 8DBSCMIPTION M Tear 12.00 EuontnB H-26 Watered w dflond-Cnss Matter at K Ottloe at Amrttcan Fork. CtaU. mV. Ooisford Manager ! I Classified I Ads BkrKI) AT OSCK A bright boy BLlrl, nt least 17 years old, to loam H linotype machine and the printing Hie Must hnvo fair education. A ftl chance to learn a good, trade. Kll pay to start with. 31-lt M FOR SALE -Br FOIl SALE 12 tons of bull- Kshos and hay, $5 per ton In stack, LHuellvored. Stack cast of American Hk Iiko Ilcsort. Inqulro of Looncl Miller, American Fork. 31-2t-p ,iBk"sALE A good Baddlu horse, will -Viork single or double; weighs But 1100 lbs. Inqulro or Otto Mlt- Bl. American Pork. 31-2t pd oW. OjBl.LFAHM FOIl SALE 15 acre? B acres fanning land, tho rost . Hare land; 8 shares of water; lo ,n'Bl six blocks north of Grant's idB. Prlco $10G0.00. Tlio wntor Be Is ...

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. — 31 January 1920

PI SATURDAY, .JANUARY Bl, 1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JANtTARY 31, 192qB B-EH MW - "MWWWMHM - NHH WB H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J BHJ! AH next week Chlpmnn'H linvo a B blK muslin underwear mile. Blfli Mrs. Johc)1i Muyno wont to Halt B. l.nkc Friday, where sho will spend n BlB ten day'M visit. HJV Mr. (mil Mrs. Ira Nlehles spunl VI part ut llio wci'k In Hnlt I.nko, vlslt- R,l lug relatives. HD Mrs. H. S. I'iuiIboii wont to Provo flB Thursday to nurso ono or her rcln- BV lives who linn tho Influenza. B Mr. ami Mm. Frank HmnplirJoH B nmt children Bjiont Tuesday In Salt B l-ilo vlaltlng with relatives. B Grant's liavo a fliio nasoitmout of B dinner sols JubI arrived. B B Alva Adams lcft Monday morning Bl for tho sheep "herd, whero ho will flfl spend annio tlmo with the sheep. BS 'rB' Thomas Fontheratono gnvo a Bm dinner porty Sunday, Govern wore Bl laid for ten of tho Immediate mcin- Bf, hers of tho family. BK Mr. and Mrs. Albert Whitby and K babe left tho latter pa...

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. — 7 February 1920

I flfl American Rbrk Citizen I T0L-XVL AME1UCAN FORK, ITAK, SATimjSEinVAHYT lSao NVMBER.52 HE9 I JNFLUENZA SITUATION I 100 FAMILIES QUARANTINED I AND THE DEATHS THIS WEEK The influenza situation in and around American Kotk has "became rather serious, as there are approximately 100 t'las up and over UOO people quarantined in. In most cases, how- ever, the disease is only mild, yet we have some very bad and serious tines. There are several cases of pneumonia and during the week up to Friday, we have had three deaths in the city and two others brought hero for burial. The hoard of health in their proclamation asks the aid of every citizen in fighting and preventing the dreaded disease. H Thursday the district bujioi littond- H I'liL and members of thu School Hoard H decided to cIobo the schools nil over H district until at least Feb. lGtli, or H! until the health conditions wore n- H ruvcil siimcloiitly. Supt. Wui H stated that from 30 to CO per cent ut H the chillron were out in the v...

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. — 7 February 1920

Hi SATritJ)AY I'MflHIlfAKV 7 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATTHDAY, FKBIUTAKY 7, 1920. I'll! ' . ' ' i i -, K H THE BEDDING OUT" SYSTEM OF " H HANDLING SEP ON RANGE WW On .sheep nilijco.. which sire KB' properly slocked llio princi- WhM, pal concern in hi employ mct- Kjl; hods of herding which will Hll'' tend In distribute' the hand HIT uniformly over the era instead Ujj . of mussing or hiinehin it. Ifi limine destruction results Iflf through wiil packing ami the If exposure of the roots of the I (fetation due to the aniniaK M Ik inir dii u ill a compact body H or allowed to trail over the m, side hill in excessive uiunhers. 1 Investigations with difl'erent 1 niellioiN of liiintlliiitf shoe)) 11 1 ue clearly ilemotislnitcd that H the animals do best when ah 1 lowed to j?nze id will and bed 1 out wherever night overtakes 1 them. 'IVphical summer rnn- 1 xe grazed by sheep under i'en- 1 ce where the band was not H t herded at all, demonstrated H that it requires from 2 to HO Hb ier cen...

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. — 7 February 1920

I ' "muAI- ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FKBItnAHV 7, 11)20. 1800 I TALE OF MURDER I VVILJBE PROBED An Investigation which nny clear up the mystery of tliu death of a trapper near I'tah lake fivo years ago will bo undertaken In Wnlln Walla, Wash by Sheriff W. A. Williams of Utuh county. Sheriff Williams has left for Portland with extradition papers for Tied" Goss, allowed to have been 0116 of tho robbers of the Springvllle bank last year. Ooss wiw arrested In Portland several days ago accuseil of hnvlng committed several robber ics there. Sheriff Williams will i Port land to the Washington state prison at Walla Walla to visit a prisoner who in a letter to the proprietor of the American Fork drug store In Ameri can Fork told of tho murder of a her mit trapper and fisherman called "Ohl John" near Utah lake five years ago. Apparently remorseful over the knowlcdgo which had been withheld from the authorities for so long, the convict had addressed the letter to tho City drug store, e...

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. — 7 February 1920

hhhw 'i; sa'ltkday, vkbiu'aky 7. 1020. american fork citizen . saturday, february 7, 1920. HI j Manila- j H I: News j t : J , ity jkssii: It. UAIlLKV X hhhK 1 ' BJ n Tlic following iiiliTfstiut? 4 jirogrntn was ivt'ii nl M. I. A. B l joint nicotine Sunday nijjlit: Bf I'jxlcnponineous addresses K Jdins liila (lines and ( i. Hj "Warniclc 11k; subject, "My K l?eligioii as an Aid to -My Life." H ftlis.s Lois Hayes gave two H violin selections and I'lleroy B "Was I sang two solos, "Lead H Kindly Light" and ''My Kn- K (her Knows." Miss Kdna B Paulson was aceonli'iaiiist. B TIk; parts were well render- B d and enjoyed by those re- B Til iirograiu coiiuuittee Mi'. B nnd Mrs. A. 1. Wavnick, were Bnf released and 11 new committee Hw appointed for the coming 111011- Bfj til's work. The new eonimit- Hf tee consists of Mr. and Mrs. BV H. V. Swensou. hhh9h H (Th meetings .Sunday, in- Hl eluding .Sunday school were B well attended, considering the K attitude prevalent in regard H o the fin. While ...

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. — 7 February 1920

I SABPAY, FEBRUARY 7t 1020, AMERICAS FORK C1TJZBX SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1020. H I Pleasant Grove Department I I SCHOOL CLOSED THURSDAY AFTER- J NOON FOR AT LEAST TEN DAYS Thursday afternoon notice wns given out that the schools of Pleasant Grove, Provo Bench and American Fork would discontinue until at least Feb. 10th, or until health conditions were more favorable. This also means tlint lliero will be no meetings or public gatherings un til further notice. Tliu closing of the schools In hoiiio places was caused by tliu ubsenco of teachers, who wero sick or nursing the sick In other places by the small attendance of pupils. Health Conditions Fair The health conditions are fair in Pleasant Grove, compared with other towns with the samu population. Thursday It was reported that but 30 flags were up; no cases of pneu monia, nml no deaths from Influenza or pneumonia. In American Fork there are from 75 to 100 families quarantined, four doathH, and conditions in other towns throughout the...

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. — 7 February 1920

K1 SATHtDAV, KKB1UJAKY 7, Vl'lO. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1020. 9 1 American lj Fork Locals Hflj Ttccil (lordlier wns a I'rovo visitor HjH "Wednesday. I'H Maurlcu Iah'Jc sprint Tuesday In hIh! SnIt ,-',,u'' J 5 Chlpman's linn of new spring hiiIIh Hjj f And coats ;iru u delight to look "t. Kl Albert Hoborts or lcbl, spent Hf Tuesday lioro with ixiallvos. HT . kwkg It. ,. Asliby made n business trip H to Salt I.aku Futurday. IiIH ' Hj n H. Holey was a Halt Uiku vls- H Itor Tuesday. H H Do jou MilMcrllio fur this paper or fj borrow H J Wit not subscribe f Blj II. H. Hasmusscn was it Hall I .alio B visitor Monday. H Lenox Laundry Soap Do n bar HS Harrington Grocery. Bj Clyde Chestnut and Ceo. ('under H spent Thursday In Halt Uikc. B Morris Madncn and family nro all H quarantined In with tlio "flu" Uila MK Henry Mncklln of 1ml was In H American Fork Wednesday, on busl- H Did you say Valentines? OHANT'S Hj Jiavo them alt prlcoH. Hl Mrs. K. 1$. Mcllrlde returned from H R...

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. — 7 February 1920

SATTHDAV, MflBItUAUY 7, 11)20. AMERICAN PORK CIT1ZKN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920. RBfl American Fork Citizen Oflicc Alpine Tub. Co. Ilulldliig I A I'llOanESSIVE INDEPENDENT I PUBLICATION I SUIISCIUI'TION I Odo Year $2.00 i) Hix MoDtns $1.25 I Entered & iflCond-CriM Matter at I, Post Offlce at Arareican fork. Utah, . L. W. Galsford Manager 4 X Classified X X Ads LOST LOST -Ijidy'a silver mesh baft, con taining between $4 anil ?5. l'luilr jdenso return to E. J. Suastnuid, Am orlcnn Fork. UEWAlll). T-lt-p Ii'ou s.vm: . THItESlUNO MACHINE FOIl SALE Separator 2S x GO .1. I. K equlicd Willi now Ilutli feed; enyino 1G x 45 Tl. I--.I. I. K., all In first -class con dition. Telephone 9G-.I-4, American Fork. 7-2t-pd. HAY VOl SALE 12 tons or bull riiHhcs nnd hay, $5 per ton In stack, $7 delivered. Stack caRt of American Fork Ijtikc Hcsort. Inqnlro of I.concl T. Miller, American Fork! 31-2t-p FOIl SAU A good wulilhThorso, will work single or double; weljsli3 nbout 1100 lbs. Inquire of Otto M...

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. — 7 February 1920

HfK SATt'HDAY, FEBIU'AUV 7, 1020. AMERICAN lOKK CITIZEN, SAITHPAY, FEBRUAJtYTioao. M Um l VS t AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J jl 111' Aa.- I Hl VnlontliiHs ir out at 0 HANTS. Hh; Mr. Jon. Mursh of Alpine. wn In Vv .Muorlonn Fork on biminera Tmnulay. TrH. Mr. Mini Aft-tt. John I'rookitoti nit )JB tlio proud pnrcnU or a baby nr, born HMk lt Biiturduy. KJJI Mi, and Mm. Kd. ClomontB wunt to HbII Holt Uiku City Thursday, wlmro thuy BUti njiont the day on liusliitwa. HRf Mrs. S. 1.. Chlpmnn went to Snlt tj; n k0 the foropart of the week to Hl Hpand ii vlidt with lulntlvoB. ff Mm. Huobon Chlpnmn spout W'ud- m : jiomlay In Salt I.nko with hor rtuuu'i- Hi ! tur, Vivian, who In In ihu hoapltnl. H I H ; DrlltB powedord Amotila 15c hot- m tliw 2 for IBo llarrliiKton Clro, H Mrnt IwincTkiirltton mid daimlitor of B I'leu.sant (liovu wwrj visltora of Mr. m iind Mth. 11. 8. Uiwiiiiibsgii, W'od- fl numlay, K ' . B .Mr. nnd Mrfl. William fronton and Ll) clilldiuii worn tho Suit I.nko kuhMh Rl o...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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