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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 14 February 1920

H T-. bYbYbYbYbyJ bYbYbB BYbibibibibI I American ibrk Citizen I H y OL. XVII. " AMEK1CAN FOKK, UTAH, SATUM, FEBRUARY 14, 192CK NUMBER 1 fM M t fit,i -j-, eH THE FLU HAS TAKEN IIS GRIM TOIL FROM THIS CITY bbb H The spirit of sadness litis been prevulcnt in our midst sinco H the flu took its grim toll hero. Thero woro three f unornls hist H Sunday, and a double funeral on Monday. Thero has been sov- H oral doaths in town since our last is&uo. They are: Mrs. Elsie H Sagor Chadwiek, Thomas Hoskings and Lowis Phillips. Mrs. H Lizzie Chestnut Payne and Milton Pulley have been brought BBS horn for liurinl. H KLSIE SAGKll CHAMVICK H ML1SKKT SACEU B A gloom was oust ever Iho wholo H vlty when noVB wont forth Uiat Elalo H Sagor Chadvvlck, wlfo of James ChaJ- H wick had followed her brother, Ull- H bo rt, Into tho Great Beyond. She was H born in this city on Christmas eve, 1 34 years ngo. Sho became tho wlfo H of James Chndwlck and waa tho mo- H tlicr of nix chltdron, five of whom H surviv...

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. — 14 February 1920

H SATURDAY, WOBRUARY 14, 1920. AMERICAN FORK OITIZEM, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. H tt n i B AlpiIlG :: m i! News !! H Tlio public schools closed K here on account of the flu con- H ditiouH, ln.st Friday; public gi- H tliorin'S and the picture .show K avuk closed two weeks jmjv- p H Owon Beck is reported sor- H iously ill from coniplicalious H arising from I bu flu. H H Mrs. Frank Buloiimii of V Magna is visiting with her mo- H tlier, Mrs. Ezra Martin. H H Mrs. Marie Fjold lias been H quilo sick with the flu, but is H reported on the improve H m (ieorgc Hutchison I'eturned H from the sheep herd, Buffering H from an attack of appendicitis. Bk AB Our city officials aro making Kr considerable improvement on H our streets, by grading and H surfacing them, some 10 teams H are employed to do this work, H -vvhicli will 1)0 much apprcciat- B ed by the citizens. B H Messrs. Jos. F. Marsh and H A. E. Marsh wore Salt Lake H visitors Tuesday. Wo undor- H stand to purchase a truck to H be used ...

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. — 14 February 1920

InM mmmmw nnnnnnnl I AY, FEBRUARYS, 1020. AMERICAN FOBK CIHZEK ., SATURDAY, FEDBUAET 14, 1020. fl I STATE SUGAR BEET COMMITTEE ASKS I BEET RAISERS TO STAND TOGETHER H Tho following letter was handed to HJ u, for publication, by the secretory HJ of the local fann bureau. The letter HJ cxplalna Itself: H Provo, Utah, Kcb. 2, 1920. HF Door Sir: (HE Although tho State Sugar Moot Com. HJ mjtttoo, which met at Salt I.ako, ut am tho Hotel Utah, Monday evening, Jan. H 26, to consider our sugar beet con HJ tract for tho year 1D20, finally ndopt- jM ed a contract which we aro convinced Hm is Just and fair to both grower and HJ itugar manufacturer, nevertheless the IjH largost operators of sugar factories jHj In this stato refused to meet us and B glvo iih a hearing on Jan. 27, as they OH had previously agreed to do. MB In viow of theso facts, and acting Hj upon our convictions an to the falr- HJ ncss and Justlco of our contract, wo HJ have decided on tho following course HJ of action: (1) to ...

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. — 14 February 1920

H feATUUDAY. FKB1WJA IY 14. 1920. " AMERICA' FORK GITIZEN, ., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920, I H 1 Manila jj jj News Ji B , H ij jkssik it. MAni.KV Hl tMM ' H All meetings as well as i school Imve l)(en closed since B lnfll Thursday, that the influ- B cr ..lit not be spread. Up i u pnsent time, however, H there are only two families rc 1 porting the flu. The family of fr Ed. .Teppson has not yet been B released from quarantine and H Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Harding V are sick with the flu at the V present time, at the home of H' Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Homer, al- j bo one of Mrs. Homer's cliikl- B' rcn. "Wo arc hoping that there f will be no more cases. B t H, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Homer H and Mr. and Mrs. V. I Flot- Jl chcr nnd children have return- By ed home from Now York H where they have spent (ho past B two months, having left Picas- H ant Grove for the oast in Dec. H The Grazing Board of- the B Plensant Grove Grazers' Asso- H ciation met in tho Bank Build- B ing Friday, Inst, and attended ...

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. — 14 February 1920

1 SATURDAY, CTJBIWAMr 14. 1MB. AMEMOAN gQBR.CIMZEN SATOKDAY, FEBKUABY 14, Mfe M I Pleasant Grove Department I KW NEW INFLUENZA CASES -HEALTH I CONDITIONS SOMEWHAT IMPROVED -I SCHOOLS WILL NOT OPEN UNTIL FEB. 23 j The health conditions in Pleafeant Grove, accord.- ing to report Friday .morning, are somewhat improved from last week, 4j,ntimbcr of-flags have been tak jK en down this weekj and a few others gone up on ne H count of new eases. In all, the, report says, we have H had between 40 and 50 cases; four cases of pneumonia, H but one pneumonia case remain; Jill the other cases of j influenza, have been light ones. H The local health board has recommended that' school continue closed for at least another week, and m that there will be no public gatherings until further K notice. m Superintendent J11&. II. Walker stated Friday morning that duo to tho fact that there are still about twenty teachers who are not able to go back into the the school room, and so many boys and girls w...

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. — 14 February 1920

BBBBBr BBj Hi SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. AMERICAN FORK OlTIZExV SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 192a bbbbbbb mmmm I American Fork Locals H BB" Chan. Webb of lUvorton, was In BB American Fork Thursday on hoslncHb, BBj A. MiirHh of Atplno was In Amorl- BB 'iin Fork Monday, on business. Bfl Misses S to I ii Grocno ami Myrtlu BB Cunningham were I'rovo vIMtors Sat- BB) wrdny. BH Plenty of glass eggs at OKA NT'S. JBjj Archie McKnrlnnd of Ogden spent PBf I Sunday nnd Monday here, the guest JBj of Miss Ann Mndaen. BBT MIhm .N'olllo I'Axman icturncd (o BB) Salt, 1-ako Tuesday, after spending BBTl ton dnyt hero with her folks. JBg Hobs I'nrkor eamo home from tho BB Rhocp herd last Friday nnd will siwind BBj noma time horn wltli Ills wlfo. JB MIrk llnnnidi Davis left Tuesday BB for Htughnm, where sho will upjnd BBT an Indofilnto Umo with hot sister. BB A. K. Smltlt of Salt iJiko wm tho BBM Kuoftt of Miss Mcrlo Smith, or this BB city, Sunday. BBY Hoeac Harmon of Salt Ijiko, In BB spending thin wcok wi...

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. — 14 February 1920

Bm PBBBB SATURDAY, PEBRUABY 14, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 192a. J B America Fork Citizen 0Me-A1lae Pifc. C. BaldJag . PROOnESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION SUBSCBIPTIOH Bbne Tear $2.00 jBlx Montna $1.25 m Entorcd a "Jncond-O'niiB Matter at Boit Offlce .it AMralcaa Fork, rjuu. m.. W. Oalsford Manager m Classified I Ads H FOR 3ALK BVO FIlESll MILK COWS FOR H salo. 8. D. Chtpniun. 14-tf. Boh sale-s- two splendid building jBj lots; close iii to business center; IBnvcri walk; flrnt-lass water rllit ; HlOO each will take them. A fino BJnanre for a young man to secure a Bood building lot ai a bargain. Inquire r Oeo. F. Sholloy. Phono 77-.I-1, Ain nSrlean Fork 14-2t Bmueshiko machine kou'sale B Sepnrntor 28 x 50 J. I. K equipped Brlth new Ruth feed; engine 1C x 45 Hi. P. J. I. K., nil In first-clans con Bltion. Tclephono 9.W-4, American Burk. 7-2t-pd. BMAI.L FARM FOR BALE 1G aero flj 7 acres farming land, the rest B'asture land; 8 shares of water; lo JBrtxtcd six blo...

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. — 14 February 1920

I HATIIIIDAY. FEBRUARY U, 1020. AMttnmAtt PORK 0111ZEN .... , J i l J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J It ,i Sirs. Joseph I'nyno was In fc1il on . business Woduotdny, President S. U Chlpraan Was a Stilt I.ako visitor Tuesday. b. V. (lalsford mado a buslnOBS trip to Suit Iiko Tuesday afternoon. A number of Amerlciin Fork men nro homo from Hlnghnm tills week on account of tlio minors' Htriku thorn. l'll'Ilty Of glltSS 'ggB nt (IRANT'S. . Mrs. Oruco Silvers and MIsh Kuta Clmdwlck of Knit Ijiko emtio down I Sunday to attend tlio funeral of Mrs, .Tunics Clmdwlck. I . 1 Mrs. John Urutncr and Mrs, llotl- Lfc ben Chlpninn woro Uio guostsof their I tilstur, Mrs. Culbortson of Pali" Iike Suturday. ., Mrs. Charlotto Greenwood returned to hor homo hero Saturday, from Salt j Uiko, whoro she huo heen visiting for tlio past two weeks. . ,. M Mr. and Mrs. Eddlo Roborts of 1 Hlnghnm raino down Tuooday to nt B tend tlio funeral of Mrs. Robert's fa ff Hi or, Mr. Phillips. mS " , Mrs. E. II. lllHck...

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. — 21 February 1920

H 3VK i ' bbbbbbj BE' 'i'flyW ' " BBBfl BBi - 'HMmF' i, rBBBi I American Ffrk Citizen I f r lj OL.XVU. AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATUBDAWBBRITAKY 2J, 1920. NUMBER 2 fl I TWO MOTHERS AND TWO CHILDREN , ' CALLEDSINCE GUR LAST ISSUE "iB The grim angel of death has been rather hard on .our H little city this year, and now that it is all over we can look B hack and see the horror of it. American Fork lias 27 MbBB motherless children left here inside of ten days, .'? of them IIbbI arc a'80 ft1101'!0 'l nilV(5 lst five young mothers' " and four fathers, all leaving families. In all wo have had Bf 16 burials here during the past three weeks. MJB We had three deaths in town Sunday afternoon, with- '(B m 1,wo Jlours ol" (,acl tber, and we had two funerals Mon- beS day and two on Tuesday. The deaths and burials of this IB week are as follows: t H JIKS. 1.01'TIi: lIUNTDlt.AllKI, BS Airs. Ixiltlo Hunter Abel, daughter is BS of Willlum and Amy Calkin's Hunter, M and wlfu of Goorgo lCdwnrd Abel, died B...

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. — 21 February 1920

B? H B , SATUIHJAY, IWBIU'AilY 21, 11)20. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920, J influenza--"historyof'the disease . Bj Symptoms, Cause, Immunity, Diagnosis, Vaccination, Trcat B' ment and Complications. v r (Head by Dr. S. .. Iluiton, .U '.lie So w Muxlco Medloal Hoilcty Oeluhu ' Tlilril, Nineteen I lull died mill Nineteen.) B History of the Disease Tho First record of influenza was B roistcrod 412 B. ('., and history reveals several epidemics of B tho disease during each cenlury since tliat time, and 1 have no B douhl inl'liHii'a will return at intervals in epidemic form tin. P til the end of time. H Sjiuiittini Invasion sudden; mack. B oil prostration from Lin1 beginning; B jicrloil oT Incubation '.'I to 48 hours; H tempcrnturu ranging from 100 In the H mild tn Ion In tho sevcio canes, chllln, H cough, conjunctivitis, iiohc bleed, In- H ' .voinula, pain In head. Iioima turJ 'iiii!,- Hf" Cause of Inflncnii Hit' bacillus V' cuUHlng tho disease Iiiih not boon Iho. V...

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. — 21 February 1920

SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 21, 1920. AMERICAN FORK QlTlZEy, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21 1020. fl I LI R M CANNERY I TOJIDENSARY m After this winter Vio Lchl cunning factory will be a condensnry, if n dc Bclston of tlio stockholders of tho os tabllshmont reached Inst Saturday is carried out. A greater Increase In tho Emilk and cream mildness, together Rwlth n dccliuo In tho market of canned IKtomatocs and catsup, wero determine factors. Tho plant wns built five Bycnrs ago, and has manufactured eat Bsup and canned tomatoes exclusively. B In a report by Uio secretary of the institution it was shown that tho ox Bpenses for tho season's run were in excesa of tho proceeds at tho prcsont market price of tho pack In the ware Bhousc. At present the pi ice per case jBlo $2.60, it was set forth in the state ment, and salo of the year's output at this prlco would create a deficit of $5000. The fact that Lchl fanners do Bnot ptoduce enough tomatoes to war flant the conduct of another campaign Swan also a consi...

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. — 21 February 1920

BBK BBBJff BBBB If VMiiiwmvvii'niMCf'iTi'iW SATURDAY, FEBBUAKY" 2, 1H2H. H ATri?DAV. I'MflBKrAHY 2J, 1020. AMKHICAM'QHK C I J 1hN, --". . - - - Hi I Manila j 1 I News j m BB'.' 'ly JlISSli: It. WAlll.KY 1 Mrn. Mnrvlii Kllclioit mot Willi :i m rather imlnful nculdout Friday nflor. m noon. While tyliiK tier homo ut tho H anlll 11 bcc-iimo rrlRlilenoil nnrt start. B d to run. Slio liulil to tho ropo nnd B van thrown to tho ground, cuttlnR jj hor forehead, Hlx HtltrhcH wcro no. BB) osfmry to tlnso tho wounds BH' i Satmday Mr. nnd Mm, A. Ilolman, ChnrlR nnd Ida Ilolman, Mrs. Dolbcrt Hr Cblpman nnd Mm. Olarlndn I.lttlo Hl visited al thu homo of Mrs. I.uollu Hf Holmnn to celt-brute Mnford'H lilrth- B day. BBJ M Mrs. 0. 1'. Wnrnlok and Mrs. II. H B. Wnrnlck visited with Mm. Maria Bj, Kitchen Tiiosdny afternoon. BB ' Bij need Wnrnlck who linn boon at- B tending tho mld.wlntcr Bcincolcr nt HS tho V A. C. returned homo Monday, Hr to put Into prnctlco on the farm what sV; ho lins learned. U" 1B...

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. — 21 February 1920

' gmtPAY, FEMutAin- a, map. American fork oitizion, hatuiiday, wmnnAmr ai, m g-Z ' - - i4L fT!,,IMI"w mm wwwiiw ma fi i i i i i - - lH , leasant drove Department I WOOLS WILL OPEN MONDAY I PEW NEW CASES OF FLU m Schools throughout tho district will open Monday morning tarding to Sunt. Jas. II. Walker. Every precaution will bo H:cn by tho teachers and nursop, Mr. AVulkcr states, and ho ncs tho people will send their children to school the first day. IB Mayor Hayes reports that tho ban will bo on meetings and Hiccs of amusement for at least another week. Buring tho past wcok a few now Hds of influenza havo developed. It jH been difficult to keep account of JBduo to tho fact Uint our uuaran. jB physician was compelled to lea Bfor California for a weok, on nc4 Kit of his health. JHU presont thoro aro Uirco pnouino. H( cases. Those who aro uffllctcd K Ed, Hall, Dr. C. W. Kllsworth and fptou Harper. iHL telegram wna sent Wednesday Bnlng to Dr. Qrua, asking him to iBum as soon us possible ...

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. — 21 February 1920

Bl Hrrr SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21. IWO. AFRICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, igjgj; American I Fork Locals PJM Milk 1(n per rnn nt tlic Harrington K Grocer' H Miss Jcuulo Jones In spending tho piB -week in Orcm, visiting with hur sister. PB John Davis of Mnpleton In building PJH a new residence In Highland. PBBj Miss Ixoiio lloblnson of Suit Lake, PBH is the guest of Ronald Nlcholcs tills PH voek. Hl W. H. Chlpamn and S. V. Chip- PHll man spent Monday at the Bhoop hord. H Arthur Durrant of T'rovo, was vIk. B. Itlng friends In American Fork Tuck. j PhH Some of the prettiest and niont sty- piH ltoh dresses fur ladles can bo found PBBJ at Chlpman'a. PBBJ t Hl Karl Ilarrctt and A. C. Ilovbo mado piBJ .1 business trip to Vivian Park, Tues- !dny. Glen Steele went to Salt Uike Moil. day, where- ho will upend tills week with relatives. ki , Miss Munda Chlpman 1b spending PH , this weok In Salt lakc with relatives PBBjj and on business. PhhJ Miss Mary Ilarrctt loft Tuesday for PBJPL Boun...

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. — 21 February 1920

B ""MMMMMB 1 IHWmmmmI H HHj MlTUKDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 192(1. fl ttl STAXESSIOAIIW H American Fork Citizen )Uco-Alptae Tub. Co. MuSilIng R PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT B" PUBLICATION Hj subscription He Tear $2.00 Hk Montna ,. $1.25 jmMEntorcd v -locond-O'iisa Matter at lUst Office at Amrolcm Fork, Utah. He W. Gaisford ... . Manager vi-C m4 m Classified X Ads H FOK SALE H i:C(iS FOIt IIATI'IIINC. WArrod Plymouth Hock, 15 ckbs, $1.00. Hviilto Leghorn, 15 eggs $1.00. nPlillu Wynudott, 15 cggH $1.50. UjMl 41, Amcrlcun Fork. 21-tf IBsVO FRESH MILK COWS FOIt HJbjUc. S. D. Chlpmnn. 14-tf. JHfK SALE Two Bplcndld building Hlotn; clo3o in to business center; Hived wnlk; flrst-clnss water right; Hoo encli will take them. A fino wanrc for a young man to secure a Hood building lot nt a bargain. Inquire HV (Jco. F. Shelley, l'hone 77-.I-1, Am Hrlcnn Fork. H-2t HmALL FARM FOR SALE lG2 ncre-i Hj 7 acres fanning land, the rest HfaHturo land; 8 shares of wat...

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. — 21 February 1920

SAWWMV, M.m'AKY 21, iWO. AMKMCAM TOltK CTOiMK, BATlTtPAY, FUBRHABr aj H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J HL Mm. ISIItabctli l'arker spent Wod- B iMly lu 1'roro. H H Mra. JloM Grant U upMillng this , nk ih )'l. OnY, nnrolil Uit flu. H Thi now pump at Cnlpmm's are H-- ' tli Iwt word. B Dr. nml Mrs. I'. M. Klly made a B IhhIii'jb trip to I'rovo, Thurtday. l B, Mrs. S. U Clilpmnn nnd dnughtor, B J.oftli, Hpont tlio foropart or tho week B, in 1'iovo, with rdlntlvofl. Hj D.ivld I'. Flrmanu uf Nopiil,, spout Hji - two dny of IlilH wcuk hora with his B parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flrmr.g". B' (Hit your lettuce, green onloiiH nud Vi rndliliM at lloley's. Lenders In all B tliat In good In tho markot Dolcy's. B' Mr.tnnrijMra. W. S. Clilpmnn lelt B Wednesday for California, whoro they H' expect to Ko-joiirn for several weeks. Hj Dnnlul ClayHoii of I'ayson spent H Wednosdny in Amurlcan Fork, vlslt- H' Ing his brother and sister, 101 1 J. Clay. K son and Mrs. Jos. Senrle. M LB Mrs. IJ'Irii Lock...

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. — 28 February 1920

I American Fork Citizen I V0L.XV11. " AMERICAN b'OHIC, UTAH, SATUKfiAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. NUMBER 3 I UTAH COUNTY HIGHWAY I IMPROVEMENT IS ASSURED fl Tho stnto road commission last week began a series ol' B meetings with the county commissioners of Utali at which the. B state highway problems of the respective connties are being B taken up. Utah county was the first on tho list. The financial B stringency in which the btale load commission finds itself, by B reason of tho fact that it costs from $150,000 to $135,000 a mile K to build u lilghwiiy which four or flvo K years ago could bo constructed at Bt J1C.000 a mile wai brought out clearly B and tho dilemma In which the toad- B builders of the state find themselves H wns presented: R It they hiIbo taxes to build tho high. ways planned In the two.ycar pro. B warn, tho tax-payers will feel ug- Ht jurlovcd. B If tuev cnrtall tho road piogrnm, B tlio tax-payers will also feel arrived. B A" a result f the confetenco, tho B commissioners...

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. — 28 February 1920

H! SATl'UDAV, KKHItrARY 28, JWO. AMERICAN FOltK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1Q2Q. H I " notice" bhi). Special Bond Election l Public No lie,, of Alpine School DIh. H ( trlrt .Special Ilorxl Klr-etiou fulled d by tlm Hoard of IMitt-nllnii of Vlplnn H School UNI rift. I'lnli County. Mute 1 of I'liili, to lir Held Siitiinlny, I ho V J Sfllli ilny of March, A. V., WM. H VUIU.IC NOTICH IS HEIU5HY OIV- M ' TON' Hint the Ilottnl of Education of B i Alpine School Dlntrict. 'Huh County, jf, Rtuto of Utah, u County School UIh- B J trict of the First Class within snld li County, pursuant to law niul requls- JHJ I He corporal o action, tins called unit PHj hereby calls a special election of H wucli qualified electora of nald j School District na shall have paid a properly tax therein In I ho year pro. PHJ 'j ceding such election, to bo held with. M ' In Raid District on Saturday, the 20th I day of March, 1920, nt which election Uioro shall ho submitted to tlio dec. tors qualified us nforcsa...

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. — 28 February 1920

BBBB bbbbbbbbI B btbtJ SATURDAY, FEBllUAUY 28, 1920. AMEHIOAN TOHK OITIZKN, SATURDAY, FlSBlHMttr 28, B THE TOBACCO HABIT BB Mil II ! BK Tho present crusade against tho use Kof tobacco, and Its disastrous effects, BM is no loan Important, than that again. B st alcoholic drinks. Indeed they niny BK properly bo classed as twin brothers, K for, as a. rulo, ono who Indulged In BM one, Indulges, more or li3n In the BE other. BB Doth of tli ono bac habits affect tho BM proper and natural action of both tho BShoart and tho brain two of the most BS iotont and vital organs of 'the hu. Sman body, on whoso proper and heal. BE thy action wo depend to enable us to Wproporly and efUcicntly discharge tho BE dally dittlos and labors of life. BE Tills being tho asc, how nccesaary BJnnd important it is that wo tako time Bftly warning from others who have BEmiffored In many distressing ways S through tholr indulgence in foolish Sand pernicious habl(3. V Having been an inveterate smoker BEr.nd chowcr of...

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. — 28 February 1920

iffffVl " l HI VAfFPTrvvn-nHKOlTIZEN ' SATURDAY, FEBBUAHY 28, 1920. . SATUHDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1920. AMERICAN ORK UllIiN , M H f i ' ' ' .. " . " "" fl I 4"MM4Hr4 i; Manila I! News LHH T B My .iiisisn: it. m.wu:v K i..W"H'iH,,H'4'M"H"lH' fl Arwcll AlclCay of Ogdcn r spent Saturday and Sunday H visiting with R. I). Wadley and fl family. 4 H Jj Mins Iilu flinos roturnod II Monday to take, charge of lmr scliool uNer a two weeks' vis- ,l it with hor parents at Kanias. Bjj She was dctniiKul in Provo fljl canyon hy a snowslide. The m" train loll llobor at 7 o'clock H and came jib Tar as Vivian H I Park where it encountered a H i slide which ncccsilalcd its I returning to ITeher. The slide was twenty five feet deep and reached across the river. The train reached Provo at 7. p. m. j having taken twelve hours to SB,!' clear a way through. She re- K', ports a great number of cases H'h of influenza in and around HJ i Knniajs. !Last week 0. P. Warnick and sons consigned three Berk shire hogs to t...

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