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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 20 March 1920

American Fork Citizen QlXVIl. , AALKUICAN 1X)UK, UTAH, SAT UltD AY, MAI it'll '20, 1920. " NUMBER 6 18 irrigation Scheme On Foot To Reclaim 200u6o Acres 1 ftst Plan to Water Arid Land Promoters Intend to Use H Utah Lake as Storage Reservoir by Erecting Dam Along H Its Sides. H An irrigation schema on n gigantic scale had its inception rucsdny when plans wore completed whereby 204,1(J0 acres of HjtAli laiitl will bo reclaimed. The scheme involves t,lio enlargc Kent of Utah lake, the construction of dykes on the east, south nd north shore of that body or wa. HTf wd the reclaiming of gront trnctM M. lan(i in Codr vnlley and In Utah Bounty. T,1 scncme w"1 tt,so mean Mherctlahiili'R of 30.000 acros In Hush Htller. 20,000 acres In Tooclo county, KlOOO acres on tho cast Bldo of Salt Hjto valley, und 20,000 acres on (he H-est sllc of Salt Lake valloy. The cost of tho project will nggre Hrate from six to eight millions of dol. Km The lands Included In tho pro Hectare among tht best dry farmi...

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. — 20 March 1920

H'tf SATURDAY, MAItCil 211, 1920. AMERICAN FOliK CITIZEN, BATOHDAY, MA11CU 20, l(,2o, M EDUCATIONAL CAMPAIGN i HJ 'Dm positioned I'tnh Educational H Campaign for Aliiin School I)intrl t i .starts tomorrow, Maich 21 to 23rd. H vol)iwlnB Is the program of meeting' H T.'ftii 1C Suml.iy, Mnrth 21, 1U20 - -"u.rflohl (iuiiiaslum. 11 15 a. m H i 2 Cedar Foil Church. 2 30 m i :i I.chI Tabornaole, 7 30 p. tn H ' Monday, Mnrrh 22 1920 1 (Inind H , View Cliutrh. ll.r.O n in 2-Shar H on Ward House, 2. .10 p m 3 Tint B ' panogos Ward, 7 HO p m H ' Tiii!8du, Manh 23, 1020 1 Plea. H ant View Ward. 2 .10 p m 4'. Tonm No in Sundnv. Mareli 21 H rfj' 1020 1 Alpine Ward House. 10 !!0 u H ! in. 2Alplno Stake Talmrnaclc Am- H iTlcan Pork. 2 00 p m. .1 Tabor. H Y naclo, Pleasant Urove, 7 30 p m H'K Mondaj, March 23, 1D20-1- High. Hf land School, 11-00 a m 2-Manila N Ward, 2 -no p m 3 l.lndon ward, C$7 7 '30 p. in. M'4 TucBday, March 23. 1020 1 I-silcu Hf View Church, 11-00 a. in 2-Vlnc- H. ard Church, 2:0...

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. — 20 March 1920

I cATUHDAV, 31AHC11 l!Ot11)20. WIND SUNDAY DOES I CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE I Wasn't It n terror Hint young cy I clone o 1,a'1 Sunday? At any rnto I Amcricii Fork seems to lmvo had IU I share of the damage dono. It lo glv I e out from tho weather bureau thnt I tjie wind was a CO mllo gulo, and wc believe It. M'U of tho oldcr P"llo I c! tho cit' fi!lV0 ll ft8 ll,oIr P,n'3n (tat this was thu won wind storm I tier had crcr seen in this part or thu i I country Trues wore uprooted, chlm rrys blown ofT, telephone poles blown I over and tho electric light and telo. I phono service wns on the "bum" moat I of the day. i rerhnpn the most Rcrloim of the irc(ciit was when tlio wind blow tho I j,ouo belonging to Mark Meakln over, I vhllc himself, wife and baby wcro In I,, -fl,,, houso wis a lean-to Iiuuho and a I faclnR north. It la said tho wind t I He tho house completely over twice. I I The iff aml ,mby cl,cancd vcry ml ? Hrtcously frol death. Tho wifo ro. I B(clTlng R broken collar bone, whllo I I...

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. — 20 March 1920

m H, j SAMT.ruDAV, MARCH 20, 1020. AMERICAS FOKIjC CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MA1UH j, 13j m 1 ! ii-im iimhw ! npyniijinitiPHiwjaiw H ; I Manila j H1 News t i i H ' 2 i, ,m:ssii: waim:v H I- Owing to tlio wind storm that be- H Rati about Sunday school time last H ' Sunday morning tlicro was no Sun. H lay school held, but tlicro wns a f:tlt V ,t Attendance at tho M. I. A. meeting H II in tlio evening. Three excellent num. H l bora were romlcrcd cus u )irellnilii:iiy H 'it program, a trio by Ilroa. A. 1'. War- H j ( nick, Iteed Warnlck and Omar I.ar. H ij pen. A rending by Arvllla Meredith LLLKv 'i nnl a duct by Oraco Wad ley and KL H H Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tlmmltti an- H ' nounco Uio marrlngo or Uiulr daughter B t i Vnrrnnitn tn Wnllficn .TnmiKon. The H.'j j' t wedding look place at l'rovo, Mar. 11. Vi ' Friday evo. a wedding reception wan mli given In their honor al the homo of :i Mr. and Mrs. l'aiil Tlmmltti. Sup- H j. per wan served. The following guests K were present: Mr. and Mm. Ncllson J...

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. — 20 March 1920

B 'ill iBni .MiU, MKl'Il JO, 1'C'). , II I Pleasant drove Department p STORM CAUSES Considerable damage Hicr in the history or Pleasant Boc has there boon such a terrific le at swept over thu country Sim Mr 'morning Considerable damngo I V, done In Pleasant Orovo and vl. . Kltr. ' Hrhe homo of Mark Makln which Is Hated along tlio State Hoad between HrC anil American Fork, wns turned IHnplttcly upsldo down, and throush H jeddent, Mrs. Makln received a ctcn shoulder blado. several barns wcro blown over, Boy chimneys taken off and a num. K. 0f windows broken, oaring tlio storm the chimney was on off the house of George Ash, i e results were that tho sparks took LHet0 the roof and If much speed and akdora had not been displayed the r Btr0 house would have been com - Bctely destroyed, but as It was, not Inch damaKo was done. Telephono poles for a distance ot a llle along the state road wore blown I E. ' MAY CLIMB J MTJIMPANOGOS " Dana Parkinson, slato forest super. .Hifor, is advocating ...

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. — 20 March 1920

I SATURDAY, MAKCH 20, 3920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, . . SATUBDAY, MAltQu auMSS! 1,1 American '' ! Fork Locals lt '' Milton Drown went to Halt Lako H Sunday and spent tho day with rola- H Jim Clilpmnn, Knrl Harri'tl uml 1 1 win H' , lloiisholder were Suit l.aku visitors B Miss l.oono Robinson of Halt Lake, H wis visiting in American Fork Sutur. H ' 1ny nml Sunday. H iV Win. Mower of Highland Is making uj n big improvement at his place this H l.ij week, by digging a new well. ' I llnny .ferllug, "ho is attending tiio !J A. C. at lngiui In visiting with IiIh fl parents, nt Highland, this week. H ' ' Some now spring coats and suits H i just in ut Chipman's Huy before go. H ing to Conference. H; r U Drazee Hawkins of Hurley, Idaho, H ii j frca in American Fork, tho end oi last ;n veck, visiting his parents, Mr. and H; 1 Mi 6. E. I). Hawkins. mm ii WM 'f Miss Kllen Jacklln who is teaching '. school In Cedar Fort spent Saturday k'i'i rnd Sunday home with hor parents, Mt , ' l Vr. and Mrs. J...

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. — 20 March 1920

I ml ,.,,) a V, MARCH 20, 1920. lfj I E,1"!! . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, sATimnA v ArAnnw n 109.0. 1 BHcan Fork Citizen HESStVB INDEPENDENT PUHLICATION iriisriiip tr I" Advance $2.00 rths-In Ailvanco $1.25 cd as Second-Class Mnltcr at Kcc at American Pork, Utah. cvTT '"'' M'r BbierIiloiiH lo The Clllzcn nnd jH,ictr are pajnble In ndvnnce .H time Sine (hat SO cent r. Classified I Ads f 4 H roil sale WLE A good fresh milk cow, H-.old, Durham and Jersey. H14 to 5 gallons ot milk per day. Basset t. north or KecK hotel, n Fork. 20.1t-p HkLB-t sulky plow, 1 cultlvat. hovcl plow, 1 hay rake, wa IHo wide tire wheels, 1 potato so half Interest In beet plow Bet dump. Soo Mrs. Ovldla American Fork, 20-lt PICS FOR SAKE Sec Sam Hn.4th ward. Am. Fork. 20-lt p BcAmUAGB FOR SALE In 3IB shape; will sell very rcaaon tll at Mrs. Charles J. Andcr. IHblnl ward, 20.1t-p (aTkGu lnyliiK hens $1.25 call Oscar J Dean, 4th ward. In Fork. 20.1t.p AUJ-Clty lot, S.rootn htusc. etc., -Vi blocks nortli ot reet. 1'rlc...

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. — 20 March 1920

Hot 1 I RATVKI , MAM II HO, 1920. AMEBIC W FORK CITIZEN, SATUHDAV, MAmJ W AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J 1 I How iiboiil a Rood axe handle? m 1 i CHANTS lmve llicm for f.O cents. ' Dr. W. A. Homer nnd Walter H1 Strnngo spent Thursday In Salt hake visiting with f i lends and on business. H Mr. nnd Mrs. Vera Heck uro ro- m JolcInK over tlie arrival of u baby girl. H born Saturday. Mother and baby B doing fine. Q Mr. and Mrs. . Thomas Slnglcto.i H ' motored to Salt 1.ako Thursday and B t Hpont a fow days with friends and B iff. relatives. M H I'll The beauty In going to Chlpmniis Pj ''1 In you can usually get what you want H ill J and when you get It, It Is usually PH, (;J tho best. PBtn Mr. and Mrs. Parley Hansen en- PH tortalnod at a card parly Thursday PPJ evening. About twenty friends en. PH ' joyed the evening In playing cards, PPJ after which luncheon was served. PH i'j ' T. J. Franklin ontcrtnlncd at a card PH ' party at the Franklin Cafe Friday PHcK, night About fifty enj...

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. — 27 March 1920

B INS iH HBtl 1 American Frt Citizen I '0r,XU !HKLl,ANrFORK,UT,Vn,TUB,MAJtCXlT7.l920. " NUUBER 7 j Milk Con deiisary for North End of Utah Co" May Be Built Here If all plans 8 through as exported, the milk condeiwiry which is to be built m the north end of Utah Co.mtv, bv the .Mutual Cn-amery Company will be located at American For t is to bo n whole north end concern, bt located at American' pork, because of the cent nil location. . Wednesday representatives of .. tho ulual Crirmcry Co. or Salt Iiko Hucrc In town and culled n meeting of he representative business mon of Bhe city and tlio Commercial Club, at ijHbe club rooms. Tlio two rcprcscntn- ' Hi vies. Mr. Sodaborg and Mr. Welch, ipblnoil tlio reason of tlio meeting End told of tlio history of tlio Mutual Bfreamery Co. Mr. So.lnbcrg stated that the com. Bpany was now operating 33 dlfTorcnt iB-oncerns In eight different states, nicy have 17 cheese factories, 15 iBrrcamcrles and at present only ono nllk condonsnry which Is situat...

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. — 27 March 1920

Mp-v F If 1 I') RA'ITHDA V, iMAKCIl 127, 1!)(. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATlTRDA , MARCH 27, m B) BiflflC3XjVn3UUj .ttftCT J3h'j M'tf If i'hlr WMilfcS SEWETvw7 JKMHBMHBBMK'MBByi ----r Ef,'IMWI!Ti fr3fwft yl SMffffiPrr VwrraS 'BSBiLlB i ( IR Bai 1?"' J&5 ffirjrSFLj&jl"fflSlTM l J? 5r B Bfcal j P ffe1?3?iBs2t ? X v5mi -,"sy'aB i5ERsX "TSfc M--86.l(A&((. st jwH H iri il a 1 t Kflkk JiLi' Jjtlt i R llk -4iiLifliP K H BfliH ',! 'rn February 21 1920, marked Hits golden wedding iinnlvernary V I of Mr mill Mrs Stephen Sholloy. Si , or this city M Mr. Shelley was horn on February 14, 184!), at llobblngton B 1-uiMHlilrc. Kngland, nml ramo to Ameiicun Pork In 18!i2. . AIrn. Shelley was born In lluiuloy, K-incusliIre, Kngland, on H . August 21, 1851, and ciiiiio to Utah In 1S0G. H , 1 1 Tlicy wero married In Hie Kmloumriit House at Salt I-nkc H City, on Pclirnaiy 21, 1870, by Daniel II. Wello. Kjlitj ' A celebration In liunor of Hie event mih held nt their home 'l i on Sunday, March 21...

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. — 27 March 1920

I sATUJtDAY, MAKCH 27, 1920. If L HAVE ANOTHER I GOOD BALL TEAM I From all apeparanccs Amoilcan I Fork i to lmvo ono of Uio very best base ball tenuis In the uUito this season. Man' of tho old Btaro who ro away wlUi Uio A. B. V. lust year will be 1,omo ll,'s yeur Am0"B "le, l9 -Jvlttlo Joo" Ulncli. Practically I even member or tho champion team H w0 bail lust year will Btlll bo with I mcrlcar Fork hud ono of Uio best I teams In Uio Btat0 Ia8t ?car uml hnd H . of tho most successful Hcnsonx Blhat any town experienced, and this K af pr0S nets seem brighter than 0v- Is expected that a weekly halt holiday will bo declared again, this I year by the buslnosu men. a mcetlnB ot uU 0,l ra,,H "M(l a11 I ether Interested parties will bo tujl- d soon, according to Utoso In charge, I hcro all necessary plana will bo din. cussed. Announcement of such meeting will bo made later. calendar set for i fourth district I Provo, March 24 Tho trial calen. I dr for Uio April term of court of tho Fourth Jud...

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. — 27 March 1920

K'0 Mi?i,w ,vh.i (MT17I SATURDAY, MARCH 27, ijw, I foj RATI M.U . M R II " r J- AMERICAN HWK C UJZI..N, , J i-LM B :::: B'1 I Manila H: i News i t, f it) ,n:.ssii: i:. u.mm.f.y B tft.H'M'M ' Friday evening Kellef Society iiiul B ' lYouni; Folks met together uiul enjoy. H ul themselves In a social. Diuiclng, V musical iitimbt-rB 'a nil refreshments B ' I wore tho older ot tho evening. Orn BBBJ . It. Chlptmm mul Minnie Pulley sang BBB J polot. A. P. Wnrnlck, Omar Kir son B I and Ilced Wuralck sang a trio. Tli.j B if!- social wiih lit honor oC tho ltollef S;. 'i-fi clot 'a annual day which Is the Utli H ' Mr. mid Mrs. A. Halmiiuof Pleas. BpB ,' nnt drove, Mrs. Joseph I.Ittle mid Mrs. BBB, i Dclbert Clilpman woro uut-.ot.Mnnlln i'i B ' ' It. 1). Wndloy spent Monday In tho B J southern end of tho county, looking BBB , ' over tho road situation and road ma- B , tcrlals. Ho was at Salem, Spanish BBM1 Fork, Alhcrtu and Pnyson. ., 1 Monday afternoon a meeting was Blf held In tho ward meeting...

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. — 27 March 1920

,ATl KIJAY, JIAlIt il 27, 1.20. v-iiipnip v IiYVRIC CIT1I fl I Pleasant Grove Department ' 111) CARRIES FOR I ALPINE DISTRICT I The bond election cnrrtcil In llio Hopino district Snturday, with u mn. Kirlty of -', wn,m w'" ,nca" ",0 Construction ot two or thrco high School buildings In tho district. Tho vote In Pleasant (Irovo wns ll5 no, 161 yo H American Fork votors wero 1S1 Hftronp, disapproving bonding, wjilii Hthirl'-lwo favored construction of tho H rrovo llcnch disapproved, whllo Alplno nnl Cc(,nr Vnllcy carr,C(1 by (mull majorities. H it carried In Lchl by n largo ma Biorlty. MICM HUPI'ort wna "''own there In favor of tho bond. H - old folks annual i reunion held II The annual reunion for tho Old Folks' of tho I'lcasant Grovo thrco wards was held In tho tabernacle, I Thursday. March 2Cth. The assembly was nt 11 a. in. whoro ill Joined In congregational singing. jmocatlon by Kzra F. Walker. I Congressional singing. I Address of Welcome- W. L. Hayes. ll The remainder of tho tl...

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. — 27 March 1920

BB IBfl ' aH B SATURDAY, MAKCII 27, 1920. ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, ' SATURDAY, MARCH 27. lftl 1 American 1 Fork Locals Hi. l'lenty of Rood Flower 1'otH, at )l h GItANT'3. . Miss Ncllio Kvnns spent Fiiday !u Ifil I'rovo, tlio guest of friends. CM Misses Inez ami Hazel Peterson ffilr went to Salt I.nl Sunday and spent "Ijjl tlio day with friends. 'M Miss Manila Clilpman was tlio JI cucst of iclatlvos and friends In Salt iir Lako Sunday. Bjk HH' Matches at He a Iwx- best In (lio Ml land at GltANTa S Lon Wild of Ophlr, spent tlio end of BTf last week in American Fork, visiting BJf with relatives. HBi B ' R, Timmerman and J. A. Owens of M , Provo wero in American Fork Wed- Bj ncsday on business. Miss Huby Crookston of Salt lnko fijf ! spent Sunday hero with her parents, Bf i Mr. and Mrs. Itobcrt Crookston. Bf Owing to backward spring, Chlp- Bf man's aro offering Uicir entire line of BJ , Ladles Spring Suits, Coats, and ready- Bl to.woar DrcsscB 20 per cent off. QB ' . BJ i Mark Fcathorat...

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. — 27 March 1920

B ' ;LB I oATURDAY. MARCH 27, 1920. American Fork Citizen I S-Alplnornb.Co.llldg. 7HoonES8IVB INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION I sonscniPXioN Yc,r-In Advance $2.00 Month-"1 Advanco $1.25 K-tered as Second-Class Matter at K Offlce at American Pork, Utah. BTflalsford Publisher KniibterlpUoni to The ClUxcn and Berk r Pftybto 'R n'Tancc K on tlmc-SaTo Utat 60 cents. I Classified I Ads I FOP. SALE Ir SALR-16 hood or young lambs. B.,, at Olo Hanson's place. 27-lt-p r"sALE Two Rood soebnd hand gle at a bargain. II. A. Laur B, Pleasant Grove. 27-lt.p Hn BALK Homo and 3 acres of ludj'good water right; Improvo- Ku. Inquire nt 363 North 3rd West American Fork. 27-tf r SALE City lot, 3.room htuso, cm, etc., 24 blocks north of in street, Prlco 1850.00. Further tlculars call Alplno Pub. Co. 13-tf R SALE In 4 th Ward, Amorlcan 'ork. A good brick house; 4 mi, pantry and clothes closet; wa in kitchen, cement co'lar and out. Mings. Apply Jamca D. Taylor, 5 West 8th South, Salt Lako City. 6-4t D NEWSPAPERS FOR...

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. — 27 March 1920

B -iiWSfiftiniv minr pttt71.'t ' SATURDAY. MATtCH 27 mIiH II SATntDAY, MA1KH27. lliffl. , ;TO5lgN F X 1 V " VJAi19jM f AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Bl J " Got'your roalutnra nt Culmor Hotel iHi I'or llio character bull. tff i im I .Tamos Sprnlloy and W. I). Stownrt ffll j Btiont Saturday In I'rovo on buslncga. P r' . Mm. Bllshn lioley la spending tlio jjjffi end of tho week lti l.ehl, visiting mk villi lior mother, Mrs. AVm. Sharp. Ill Mrs. Mno Kcnthcrslono loft Sunday lj) to visit with hrr sister, Mrs. Kmtna UMU Cook of Salt I-ko. mm, DL;' Mrs. Hosts , Parker went to I'rovo K' -fhursday to spend a few days with H her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs- Samuel B, nifiklc. fl Mr. nnd Mrs. John Parker nnd son HH nay, nro siirndlng tho end of tho Bj' wcok In 1-chl, vIhUIiib with Mrs. Par- Bji kcr's m'othn..w ml ' L Mjj Mrs. H, iVCulmor Rives a grand H clmrnctor ball nt Orpheua Hall, PI. B Urovo, TONiaHT llo Thorc. IM ! H An Interesting educational mooting B , wes hold In thu Highland school ho...

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. — 3 April 1920

BBBBBBBBBjIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBpjBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB i '' BJ MfBsHflnBBBBBBHr.BBBBBBBBBV ". I Pr 'w 'IbbbbbK' bbbbbbbHbB H -H-.- W 'siBBBBBBBBEt liBsBBBBBBBBBBBBBV Bl rfBBBBBBBBBj BBBBBBBBBBBBBKBB '19 American fflMCitizen a I rQD.XVI AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATJJjJp APRIL 3L92ol " NUMBERS " fl pity May Bond for Park and Library Site BB i I A mass meeting was called by the Mayor to solect a site for m- Carnegie library Thursday night. Although not much fa crowd came out much keen interest was shown by those pre Kent. Mayor Walker was chosen as chairman 'of the mooting Mark Tlczzant or secretary. The Etftir stated tho purpose of th'o meet. Kv and told that an option had been Ekea ri tho sh,D,e'r I""0061"1? wncr0 BE j a, iAuwcn blacksmith shop BLv utands. it wrt th'cn proposed by the library Head & ,hIs B,to cho80n A,ter Bsiderablo discussion pro and con, It Kii decided by those present that Ktien the library Is built that It should E, placed on a lot which 1b largo Koogh t h0,d the 1,br...

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. — 3 April 1920

m-' laBKaKaKaKaKaKaKaKaKaKaKaKaKTBH' HHBtPijrlRff I H vKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKkKb; rKKKKKKKK'!i VV KKKKKffP''-1 ' K ' KaKaKaKaKaKVIKr v"i TjjKKPH-' I SATURDAY, APJHL 3, 1920. IKkMkKKKKkWuK OITmFWIK' "" ' SATURDAY, APRIL 3, VxM 1 ; Alpine j it I! News I! llfr '' ' w(- ' Jjjjj Tlio youngoat child of Illshop Jos. ll W. Vonco met with a painful accl. Jtm lont Saturday evening which result. 'oifj ed In lilu arm holng broken at the j'Jn elbow. Ho wao taken to Lchl whore jAw nn X-ray picture of tho arm waa JL taken. HI I Proa. Qupr Wilson or tho U. D. S. HI 'University delivered a very eloquent A address Sunday afternoon In tho Kb ward liouso on "Duties of Parents to H Children," and "Our Attitudes To. KB wards Affairs of life." B.I n aft Miss Dora Duress waa visiting Kg her parents Sunday, Mr. and Mm. Hf (leo. E. Burgess. iWV HI Mrs. Hugh' Peterson of Hober City J is vlBlting her paronU, Mr. and Mrs. Kl F. D. Strong. Kb Kb Whilo Mr. Goo. E. llurgosa was on KX' his way to Am. Pork after a lo...

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. — 3 April 1920

1 cATUBDAY, APBIL 3, 1920. high pricbof meats iior Citizen, near Sir: yfe notlce of late, that men In the livestock business aro -complaining about the high cost of meat nt tho I butcher shops, whllo they, Tor somo time past hiive oocn 80,,lnK t,lc,r 8to I afoot at a considerably reduced figure, which ough't to havo a corresponding effect In reducing Its pr'co In tho ro Itail meat markets. Obviously tho price or moatn at tho counters wlicro It Is retailed ought to irork on a sliding scale basis, and not u at present, remain nearly always at He amc prlco to tho goncral public. I Th'e higher tho price of moat Is, tho lets will l Us consumption, and with iocrcaso of consumption, comes re liction of prlco os well as demand I to the stockmon which no doubt Is the main causo of tjiclr present well. founded and Just complaints. Under tho conditions abova referred to. the consumer Is tho one who holds tho koy to remedy tho situation iti, following tho lead of Bomo other towns we should havo...

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. — 3 April 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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