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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 February 1920

bbbbp fbbbbj1 bbvbk ' ' bAbbi BBBBw ABBS 'i proBDAY. HMHrAItY 28, 1020. AMERICAN FORK COTZEN, SATCTDAY, FHimmUlY 28, MX I Pleasant Grove Department ,, I OllG YOUNG DENTIST CALLED tHl daik gloom was cast over tlic ro city, when Dr. Cyrus W. Ells jflBrth, ft promising young dentist of fB city, llcd at Ills homo bore early BBtsday morning, of Influcnzn-pncu-BKa. H)r. Ellsworth was born In Paysnn B. 28, 1891, and Uio son of Mr. nnd Bb. Gorman 10. Ellsworth of 1'nyson. Hn Oct. 8, 1015, bo was married to BBlclovo Wbitcmun, who with two Bell children survive- him. Ho also BBves seven brothers nnd sisters, his Blither and father. ho was president of the Forty.' HBurth Quorum of Sovcntlcs; Prcsl. Bbt of the Young Men's Mutual In. jBbvcmcnt Association of Pleasant BEovo First ward nnd leader of the ImSy Scouts of that ward. i Bx)r. Ellsworth filled a two years BBsslon In tho Northern States, over! jBmlch Ills brother German E. Ello- jBfcrth presided. Ho was also a BBadunte of tho Chicago Scho...

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. — 28 February 1920

WssswZ? B ' ft I H SATUKDAY, FWUUUAIIV 28, 11)20. AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. i American I Fork Locals w , Maiblos! Marbles! Mnrblcs! Grant's ! have tlicm. Toll tho kiddles, '. H BIIIb Parker spent tlio week end H In Suit Lake with friends. H O. A. Flcrson returned to his home B Thursday from Iowa, after spending JH 1". two weeks Uioro with his mother. H Hstcnded (heir wall papor rack. JH , Chlpman's largo spring stock has Hn mado It necessary. 1 Wallace CIcmontB arrived homo this week, after spending a month In Salt Lnko with friends. i - Vi Miss Marguarct King spent ln.st H week In I-oli t, visiting her sister, Mrs. Ht I. M. Davis. Footer Nlcholca left Mondry for tlio 1hcep herd where ho will spend an lndcflnlto time. MUscs Melissa. CoalcH and Leah Chadwlck spent the forepart of tho week in Ia'IiI, visiting with frlonds. MH' 3. H. Sccly or Mt. Pleasant wait V-' visiting friends hero Saturday, also ) on business. i Teach your dollars to have more fft cents b...

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. — 28 February 1920

HHBwhhhhhhHHBHHBBhBjHHJHHHHHHHHHHHJBBBHHHHHHHHHHHH TllBSHHHHHHHfl' Bj TiflHHHj bbs iHYBiVflfll H ' hYbb mWRDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. flfl Bfl MirtwcAhi?iar'xfjSi- or no: Kb statu firaj&cciAJicn H American Pork Citizen HJfflco Alplno Pub. Co. ItuIIdliifz HI progressive independent K' PUBLICATION Bj suhscriptios M Year $2.00 VKMontns .... $1.26 Entered v 'tomJ-Cnus Matter nt mm. omco nt Atnroiuan Fork. Utah. HJw. Qalsford ..... Manager I Classified J I Ads I H ion sali: Kdern HOME FOR SALE, with c HJcros of land Ono block south of HBerlcan Fork First Wnrd nicotics HEso. For furthor particulars call HJhouso; also farm tools of all Wis. 28 -Up fBjR SALE Fresh milk cow, (calf Hot Included.) Address P. Rovls, Mcrlcan Fork, Utah. 28-tt-p B$R SALIC A small brick house, jBrash house, collar, etc., 1 V4 acre lot Bh water within thrco blocks of Hjln street. If sold at onco will tnko HlCO.00. Inquire at tills ofllce. 28.tf EtESIHNa MACHINE F...

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. — 28 February 1920

' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS B' Mrs. C. M. Clark Is visiting UiIb V week In Codar Valley with relatives. Hl Teach your dollars to have more H1' cents hy trading nt Grunt's Kmp. K Mrs. Sudle Wagslnff or Salt I-ako H wiut tho Sunday guest of rulativcH H ' Mrs. Kllzaboth l.owo returned home B Tuesday, nflor u two months' visit H with her folks In Hooper, Utah. H'j Mr. 10(1. Wn'dley mid dauKhlor of H I Pleasant Grove, wuro visiting in Am. H' f ertenn Folk Tuesday with friends. ' H Tho largest and moat completo '1 lino of window draperies over shown Vi here, can he seen nt Chlptnim's. H" Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loo of Or. 1 den ,aro , visiting In American Fork B this' week! the guests of Mrs. Elc.v M nor IiCo. Hij Mrs. Alma Greenwood roturncd H homo Uits wook after having spent K tho wlntor In Salt I.nko. B, Mrs. Grnco Ilarrott and son, spent VB' j n few days this week In Highland, V' with her sister, Mrs. Thos. Blnns. m ii Mrs. Ivy Stcolo returned to hor i homo Wednesday, after havi...

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 March 1920

x 8& t ill 'TOSS ' li ' American rrk Citizen"- I V0 AMERICAN FORK, UTAhT8JPy7mAIICII G,"iim NXJMBEbT" Jlj ? fill! WILL FORCE OREM PEOPLE I . TO PAVE TRACK THROUGH Ml STREET The City Council mot Saturday, February 28th, in regular session in the City Hall with the mayor and all members pro gent. The following business was transacted: A petition HlKned by E. U. llaw. Mm and others, nsklm,' that a fire hydrwt lc l!P-cei1 on lho Th,rd wnnl meeting ho'iso comer was presented. -The matter was referred to the water vorki committee to InvestlBato and "? S. Kershaw and Sidney Nlcholcs annearcd ns n commltteo from Uio Commercial Club, asking that the city repair some of tho streets In the" town especially tho roads leading, out of town towards Alpine. Pleasant Orore and Iml. They also reported th-ttheCommoiclal club had passed a resolution that t 0rcm company loutd pave Main street as per tho Mbllihed notico of Intonllon. They .tjted the Commercial Club would bo willing to help repair the...

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 March 1920

I I SATUKDAY, MAH0I1 6, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. I SCHOOL BOARD SESSION The Alplno School Hoard met In H i regular session Tuesday, March 2nd. H A committee of school patrons from fl ,. Manila watt present nml asked that H rf tho hoard hurry along the work o( H, placing drinking water In the Ma. H nlla schools. H A commlttco from Alpine met with B' tlie board In referenco to Improve. B' ments In the A'plno schools. The H ) hoard was favorable to the rccoiumen- H ' y' datlons of the committee. B if Tlie same teachers' contract used !' last year was recommended by the superintendent as the one for next I year. It Is naid that the one adopted . by the Alpine district is one of Uie hl best in tho state for nil concerned. ITho contract was accepted by tlie board, with one correction, piovldlng ' that nil teachers must attend the U. H A salary schedule was recommended B by he superintendent and was accept- m ( ed by tho Uoaid. It will bo discussed fl, ', by th...

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 March 1920

I 8ATUBDAY, MARCH 0, 1920. I 11 BE CONSIDERABLE I BUILDING THIS SUMMER I American Fork Is headed for a I building boom. Already wo hnvo sev. I Prnl buildings under construction and H ropalra. Tdo new' rcsldcnco of James CIiId I man, cm Main Rtreet Is one of tho finest In tlia town. It Is now erected and It will not bo long beforo they I lll be ablo to U80 It. A new addition Is being placed on the homo of Samuel Greenwood In the Fourth ward. I Tlio work of repairing tho damage I done by flro to the Second waid I meeting house has been under way I for some tlmo and the building which I b to bo occupied by tho Utali Power I and Ufiht Co. Is nearly ready for H occupation. H Several new homes arc to be built I this summer, among them are tho I residence of Mrs. Caroline Adams on I First '-lRl sfect and that of Mrs. I Rosa Grant on Main street. And then we aro expecting to erect our Car. I neglc Library this summer, and from I all appcaranccn wo aro to have plen- ty of aclhlty going on In...

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 March 1920

K j -SATURDAY, MAH01I G, J020. AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MABOH G, 1920. I Hi I NEWARK GOES AFTERJTREET PAVING TRUST H'l Mayor of New Jersey City Denounces Methods of Bitu- H" lithic and Tells of Battle. - 'Dummy' Bidders, Fake Improvement Associations Al- H leged to Be Factors in Big Monopoly. B ' econlintf to a stuleinont issued yesterday by Olinir ,' mmlIi'Hiort 1.. Cornish of tlie Property Owners' Protcc H. tiV0 Lea-,,,., Newark, N. .)., is having the same light ov- H , cr 1)ntented pavements which is agitating I.os Angeles. H A statement made by Mayor Gillen of Newark was H.f. given out for publication, and reads: vd "About fifteen years ago the bituhtlue company Hj PIU,P into Newark, and from Hint time, for several years, l j o sheet asphalt was laid. When T entered the Board of ;i AVorks I found the paving work was tuidor control of H(j and that the city was in the grasp of the 'paving ring.' Bf 1 investigated and found that most of the pavements laid H ' were bitulithi...

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 March 1920

I eiTUKDAY, MAHOH 6, 1920. XJ l - AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN I H22 " ' ' SATTTTinAV rnnvTC mon IJ Pleasant Grove Department I FKRAL SERVICES FOR I ft C. WJLLSWDRTH puncrnt unices woto held over tho I remains of Dr. C. W. KllBworth In I tho I'lcnsant drove tubernnclo Friday I mornlnc at H o'clock. The speakers weru lilshop Jos. II. I Walker, lilshop Olpln, J. It. Hnlll. I day, Ablo J KvniiB of Ichl, mul l)r. I A. Chrlstcnsen, who spoke In bchnlf I of thfl lItnI Coul,ty Dental Society. I Appropriate mid Impressive sinning vos furnished by a qmirtett under tlio I direction of 1'rof. A. H. Overliula; I violin P0' "Consolation," wiur rend. I ercd by Alfred Swenson. The orientals I prayer as offered by Ulshop' S. Li. scenson. The benediction by llro. I 0, E. Oscarson. I Tbc pal' bearers were tho six nro I lidents of tho Korty-Fourth Quorum I of Seventies. ' From here the body wns token to Parson on the Orcm car, whore a se. I cpnd sen Ire was held In tho after. I soon. A car lond of fi lends a...

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 March 1920

IP LvbbbW'Ij1 B ' SATURDAY, MAHCH 6, 1920. AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MABQH fcj Bill 1 American If Fork Locals If H(t Miss Allrc Parker spent Friday In Hit Pleasant Orovc with friends. Hfi Genotnl Tlrco mid Monogram Oil Iji Arc both the best. Sold (it Chlpman'fi. H f, Bert Knihlls hna purchnsed and Ih H sieving Into the Told home thin wetk. Hp Win. HiihIi of Salt Lake wns In H', Am. Fork Wednesday, visiting with Ir1 jclntlvos. u R A 1 iimrt, handled Alumlnutnn ket- Hjjil tie for only a quarter next week Mh t OTtANTU Iff n. Timcrman of l'rovo, wan In W Amorlcnn Fork Tuesday iIoIur busl- U . Dt9B' H I Marley Znbrlsklo left for Kuroka, H K Monday, whero ho will act as sales. H 8 nan for tlio Utah Power and IJght 1 IKed Heck o( Highland, left the B E forepart of the week for tho sheep H ju herd, whero ho will spend an Indef- I I Inlte time. I X A 1 quait, handled Alumlnumn ket- J f tie for only a quarter next week mm, t ORANT'S. Ifl Miro Virginia Smith of Pleasant Hrft Grove was I...

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 March 1920

lv MARCH C, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. !1 KSftSICUIW EL fork Oitiitm Fv7 "independent "publication I 8CB8CB!l'XIO $joo $1.26 irt, jond-O'MS Matter at K!tawlcMW'ffc1a' Classified X Ads f rOR SALE lj. Fresh mill? etrn, (calf Kid) Address P. Rovls, E Fork, Utah 28-4t-p jTm 4th Word, American A good brick house, 4 Bintrr and clothes closet; wa tcnen. cement co'lnr and out. R Apply Jnmcs Dl Tay,or st 8th SouUi, Salt Lako City. H 64t Jkomaciunb for sale Ktor 28 x 50 J I C. equipped K Ruth feed ; ciiRlno 15 x AZ m I. C. all In first-class con- Teleplionc 95 J I. American 2S- It MRU FOR SALE 15 J4 acre" Lm farming land, tho rest itnd; 8 shares of water; lo in blocks north of Orant'B price J1030 00 Tho wntor ilmost worth tho price, ' Seo hb. Co or John Clark, Am nk. 3MT. lgi'APKUS FOR SALE AT Ece. Just the thlnt; for laying Burets, etc. U-tt I LOST EbIicV plus shoulder throw was m Orem train koIiik aouth wo weeks ago. The party that It up plcaso return It to Mrs. 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. — 6 March 1920

HI' SATURDAY, 2UAHCH (5, 11)20. AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARQH C) M Hjl 0 l J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J B Mrs. John Kelly spent Monday In ' I .(.'hi with relatives. Hv Dr. I'. M. Kelly mndo n busliirws H trip to Salt Ixiko Thutsdny. ','J. Mrs. Ada Hariatt was the guest of relatives and friends nt Lolil Thursday. H 'Wc now liuva that famous Golden H West Coffee try It K. 11. Holey. B Mr. and Mrs. John Davis went to Kl Salt lako Sunday and spent two B$3 days Otero with frlendii and lelallvcs. H V'! Hrlng your eggs to Tho Harrington Hi.'U' Orocory. Wo pay si uniform price to m all If you liavn a few or many. W Mrs. Marlu Kvorett went to Salt Lake Thursday whero nlio will spend M ' nn indefinite visit with fi lends and j Ift H Mrs. Dewey Harhortson of Ogdcn i i formerly Miss Ora l,ynch of this pity, ' returned to her homo Sunday, nftrr H spending a few days here with her 8 mother, Mrs. Kmmett Lynch. VH 2 Mis. It. M. .Tones of Salt l.ako Is , spending two weeks hero wi...

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. — 13 March 1920

f - 111 American Fcpk Citizen i 1 V0IX AAIKKICAN FORK, UTAH, SATUBDAAfAKJClI tt, 1020. ' NUMBER 5 ' i PRJcTOFlEETS FOR 1920 IS AGREED " UPON BY SUGAR CO. AND FARM BUREAU Representatives of the Utuh-Idaho Sugar company and the state farm bureau Tuesday night at Salt Lake readied an nrfwement on n ratio basis contract for the 1920 contract for O i jigar boots and tho npprohenslons lilch existed for a tlmo that tho ncro tfo might bb cut this year woro sot ot nit The farm bureau represents n ma. jrrlty of the beet growors of tho state rnd their acceptanco of tho proposals cl the sugar company Is taken to mean ttot tho dhputo which haB existed j'nee last October has boon definitely rttlcd for 1920, with prospects for a Unner year for sugar production. tho agreement reached last night b Identical with that reached between the Croat Wealom Sugar company of (dorado and its growors. It calls for ite guarantee previously made by tho company of $12 por ton for beets nnd In addition a rate of p...

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. — 13 March 1920

Bf I H SATURDAY, MAliOll HI, 11)20. AMERICAN t'OBK CITIZEN, SATUliUAY, MARCH 13, ipa M I I I Alpine j 1 - News P HH' ' HH Mrs. Myrtle Jacobson of I'rovo Id vj ifltlng lior mother this week. HH Mr. John 0. Jones of I'rovo is net HH , iif; nu prlnclp.il in our district school, 1 In plnco of Mr. FJeld, who has hccn HH nlvk with (lui flu, but who In improv- HH 1ns rapidly. HB ijj Stophou Whitby, sou or Alvin Whit- r i.y hati boon qulto nick with pnoumon. J la, but Is roported slightly luiprovod Jit thl writing. fl 1 Mrs, Willis Smith of Eureka, In via- , '" 'IK hoc parents, Mr. und Mrs. D. J. i ramnctt, mi HH p Mrs. Ucorgo Stoveim or llountlful la Hl vwlstlng In caring for th0 sick in Ht her brother's family, Alvin Whitby. HhI ' Hf Gcorgo Dunsdon left Friday for the E 'i.stcrn desert, whuro tils sheep r.rc Hff Icrctcd. I HJil Wc ure wondering how many of our HJ I o.t'.zens are uwcr0 that u school bond , election in to be bold hero Saturday, m S; March 20th? nirl how much money la HH $ I...

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. — 13 March 1920

I SATUKDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. IamatOer playing I tf ITS BEST Am8tcr Pfty'"K it ll bet was I display1' l!18t Wc(lncs(laiy evening In the 4th word Chapel, whoro the com. I fdy-drama, "Tho Daughtor of the I ccscrt" m again presented In com. I pllanre with the numerous requests of the townspeople. Tho second per- formancc of tho play wns equally as I iood as the ftrBt and tho houso wun I well billed for tho second time. Leading roles wore successfully natter by J. V. Walton and John. I r,U nankin anil both displayed excel -I unt dramatic talent I Tno part f Clareuco Ogdcn, gen. I finely western, won odmlrobly inter. I jieted by Bert ChrtBtonseii, nlilio ucy Hopkins his BWeothonrt from tho I ait was played by Ijura Tlmpai i, I with excellent expression and charm. I Mus Haicl Spencer very clove.iy I rik the part of Mary Ogdcn, a mal. on; while Clarenco Grant; was tho I inimitable fun maker, mado a big hit it Samuel Hopkins, a man with in I trp"'0- Tnc8 ,wo 'characters fur- Dished tho comedy...

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. — 13 March 1920

HI , "SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1020. AFRICAN frORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH IMttn - aaaaaaB i AAA AllAi' - - - -- -at -- -. a . j .- I j Manila i! News ii K - Hi .Ti:SSIK It. WAW.KY m j ,ttiini iwn 1 1 H ' An excellent program was Given B Sunday evening nt M. I A. Joint B ' tcsslon. Oinur liraon Have a skolU' H tl. lire or Wllfortl VoodrufI. l o M ,,, ,,, buiik by MIbs IClva Chip- H roan of Am. Pork nntl nn intorestbiS rft report of missionary Inborn In tho H'i gM,th nnd customs of the Southern H1 ytoplo both white and negro wno .". .. by Ulilor CIiiib. Walker of IMcas- Hffi nut drove. There was a good attend. a)T nnce. f ,' ' ' H" Mr. anil Urn. H. U. Wndley, Kofi H ft Wndley and Orwell McKay of Ogd. H 1 were I'rovo visitors Tuesday. H. li. H TVadloy also spent Mondny In I'rnuj 1 tl n county business. H 4j B Miss .Ina Uobertsou and Mrs. Iln- Hjf 'it Uobertsou ot SprhiKVlllu wm"- H( -visitors at the homo of Mrs. leasto H 'iX. Wndley Sunday. BBBBBT 2 PH ' Tuesday afternoon the Relict rio- ...

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. — 13 March 1920

! Bi J fBF? m imi i mmiDAr.MABcmMm AMmroiiJWKfflsnw, batuitoay, maiicii is, i 111 I Pleasant Grove Department 1 H , - i , tfi ! T W' INDLIN FIRST WARD I ENTERTAIN FOR OLD I FOLKS AT REUNION I A most pleasant nml cntci talnhiK jv was spent by alt tho old people f Mndon wn.d Inst Saturday, when K eompleto dcy'B ontortnlnmont was Krcn In their honor. V in the morning tho guests of honor Hrere 1 takcn ,0 ln moetlnB houso K Mtomobllcs, where a program fls Kren from 10:30 until 12 a,m. Aftc Brhfch a dcllclouB dinner wis servs K the Undon amuscmont hall, Ap. Kcpriato music was furnished during bo dinner hour by tho Plonaant Grove IKud. Another program was rondcr H4 (n tho afternoon, consisting of Hongs, speeches and Instrumental mu. n the evening the Old Folks wero K'l guesU at a play entitled "A Daugh- Kr of the Desort" presented by tho 1Kb ward of American Fork. I The days entertainment ptoved to Me a decided success In every way; iK vas hlRhly enjoyed by those Shorn It was given In hono...

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. — 13 March 1920

f V I E SATURDAY, MAliCil i:it 1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAllClUy iJj! HI HI X AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J : Bond olcctlon no&t Saturday. H Thomas Coddington spent Wcdncs- H M lay In Fairfield, on business. H''' MIsh Stella Orcene spent .Monday H Jn Salt iJikn, H J A. F. Adams spent tho first of the P week in Suit Uiku with frlondn. H j. If yon want to He Imppy, buy your H(j Rrccn Krocerles from HOI,KY'S. H'fi H'u W. T. Drawn npent Monday In H V Salt lnko and Tuesday in Provo, on H'j tuMncss. fO Mr. nud Mrs. Aaron Cheney and Hfei family of IHghtand, spent Thursday i1, in Salt Uika 1 1 L -It yon want to be happy, huy your Hi'Vl green Rroccrlcs from IIOLKY'3. )7!i Mrs. Kdward Clark of IohI Ih vU. B&j Vina thin weok tn Highland with her HhJ ulster, Mrs. Hazel Iluhler. m. MIbs Barbara Green of Pleasant PH. J Q rove, was the guest of Miss Nina 1 1 Hrl'lday Saturday. B a Frank Whlto and II. K. Ilaxtcr H spent Tuesday In Salt Iako on bus, Kf Mrs. W. It. Hallid...

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. — 13 March 1920

mmnAY, MARCH 13, 1920. AMERICA FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. I ! HfffSS? w. . BaMI rSSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION gUOSCBIFTION 12.00 mif n.26 T" ni cond-0'a8 Matter at It 0 l r8cv fr,tVl BToai'to Managor I Classified I Ads I FOK SALK Hi 8A1-E City lot. 3-room hcuse. Km etc.. 2V4 blocks north of street.' I'rlco ISr.0.00. Further uculi" call Alpine Rub. Co. 13-tf SjOURTH ACRE OP THE 11EST Kgit and garden land In IMcaAtint Kve This Place linn a two-rcom K,e house, hay shed, bam for hor hlckcn coops, etc. Is Hltttatcd at half mllo ccflt of Intorurbcn ion. A email payment down and Bjce on cany torms. Cheapest Eln Utah county. Address Octcs- Realty Co., Was. 6691; No. 16 E. go. Salt Ukc City Utnh. 13.2t 18ALR-3 brood cows, will forrow month; also two young holfors, I raspberry plants. Call at Ole Eton's place, S blocks north of Eft hotel. -2t-P UeRN HOME FOR 8ALE, wlUi ! mt of land Ono block south of irlean Fork First ward meeting M. For further particulars call I house, also fa...

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. — 13 March 1920

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