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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 April 1920

- m m Wf AMERICAN FOBK CJpBK MmW' SAWBDAV. AHRIL , 1920. 1 1 Pleasant Qrote department I 111 WILL THE HIGH SCHOOL BE H U is a question, only to bo decided H (jjg ctttzeni, where our high" school HLm be In the future. F Representative citizens of Pleasant Krotc Undoii nnd Manila met at tho KLne'of Jas. D- Thorno Sunday to Ecuss the proposition, petitions havo boon secured and so. H-nl mcn are canvassing tho town Chare the citizens slgri these The rlowpplnt of tho ono side is Wm, build tho high school building on , property adjoining tho Orpheus EiU. which' tno al8tr,ct now awns, ,As E ball will bo furnished with baths, Cowers and all equipment for a mo. Ecrn gymnasium, also a stago bo Hjgtit In tho hall. The church will Hftild a seminary here, they say, so Ehr not purenhse tho property of tho Horcro and havo tlio Seminary build. Eg located on tlio south corner and flfetn the library built on tho north Hrner, wheno tho Lydo Drown reel. Eencc Is. 1 this way overy convon. HfcBce would b...

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. — 3 April 1920

EBB'. -"mWmWmw" b H( SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1 fl20. "9K AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN", . SATURDAY, APJRr.,3 J I American '. Fork Locals II fflilf lira, Ij. M. lOvans wan 1 1 n guest of Mm? friends In Suit Irakis lout Hntutdny. ilPir Jno. WaRslnff niailo n buwIncBS trip illRP " "n't 'n'0 Tuoslay Tftnlf Lodlpa Traveling lings at Chlpman's $' I only J2.75 and up. 'if mjl, Mrs. Joseph Scarlo la npendlng this ,Wk- vrcck In Mngna, visiting with' her ajjm daughter, Mrs. Un Ovard. " Bornl and Allan llergenscn of Salt s .Bp" Xke, nro ttponillng Uils week In Am- , Iwf crlcnn Kork, visiting with relatives. 11 ' ami John Kirmago went to Sholloy, Ida., Ivf Friday, whero ho spent a few days on I ,) business. 1 jffifc II. K. Holland ot I'rovo was In Am. I im ( erican Fork, tho forepart of the week I Jjl on business. '' njj&t, No matter what kind, Chlpman's liljP' li'avo nil sorts Mult Cases and Travel. !' ing Dags. 'li ufi.1V Mr8, A'" Brampton and Misses ';ilK Wis Parratt and Jennie Jones spent mm Friday...

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. — 3 April 1920

nAV. APBIL 3, 1920. gHZIr-an Fork Oitiien fcSsiVE INDEPENDENT R PUBLICATION SUWSCWPTION yer-In Advance W-W 7y psond-Class Matter at Kffice at American Forte, Utah. Bf"Sort '"" P"hllBher KZatrfptloM to C,UM" "' HiVneff arc Pjrtle I tiic-ffTlaSaTettSeet. W Classified I I Ads I F0K SALE J H SAW! Homo and 3 ncrea of Hd' good water right: Improve H,.' lnqulro nf3C3 North 3rd West American Fork. 27.tf H"sALE City lot, S.room hcuBO, In, etc, -Vi blocks north of ' H street. Trlco J8B0.00. Further culars call Alplno rub. Co. 13-tf I NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT H office. Just the thins for laying H carpets, etc. 14'tf 'sALB Monday, Tuesday and Bnesday: 1 ra"B0- Co,0's IIot H l heater; 1 kitchen cabinet: 1 K; l dresBor; 1 round table; 2 Hrs; 5 dining room chairs: small Hen tablo; Unwell rug, 9 x 12; Her and wringer; center tablo. rthlnp practically new. By Chas. Ham at J. V. Bock's ranch, High. 3.1t saT-E 7Gloylng hens fl.2i Kb Call Oscar J. Dean, 4th ward, Kan Fork. 3-lt-p DroUSALE For about half ...

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. — 3 April 1920

HKC ssLibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibV H MB BHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHi H 4fc& AATPnir;WBBfflBfflBfflBfflBB SATUBDAY, APHIL iM M i r . mmmm " l jU f' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J Bl ' J A 1 Dread, 2 for 25c A. P. llakory. .T1 A largo number of our citizens nro jjjnjl arranging to attend Conference Sun- HiB day, Monday and Tuesday at 8alt fllaa IiUce. HiitS . fflljf Mr. and Mrs. Win. King spent Frl. JufljJ day, Saturday and Sunday in Salt VnA S Jjiko, visiting with their daughtor, fml Mrs J. W. Hordon. HAg Special nil next week Looso Matt HJ for COc, quart, at Uio Harrington 13 Grocery. Iwl r..'T tllerr ' -Ir' nlul ,rB' Mnr'0'1 Itoblnsoti an(1 MB Mr. and Mrs. Anno Chrlstlnnson went jJiJBi to Suit Lako Monday ovo;, nnl attend- w cd the theatre. ' li! (j a! Mrs. lions ClirlRlcnscn and son Mar. J Mi Ion, arrlvel li'omo, Wednesday, from U Iw Angeles. Gal;, whore they have j it been visiting for th post three months. u g . Mrs. M. M. Tliomns of Spanish 1 Pork was...

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. — 10 April 1920

lAmerican Firk Citizeir fCV1L AM 13UICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDjUT, APitLL 10, 1920. NUMBER 9 m COMMENCES FOR THE PAVING I OF MAIN STREET HacUvo work commenced this week preparing for tho paving of Main Beet A carload of wagons wan un. Bdcd at tlio Orcm depot Tuesday and Bblg steam shovel and tho romnln r of tlio tools woro brought hero Hursday. HMonday, Tuesday and Wednesday Hrpentcrs removed all tho old forms H tho cement bridgo on tho east Hc of town. Wednesday morning a largo forco H men began to roplaco tho pipes mg Main street, the work comtq.cn Bts at tho Grant hotel corner and Blng west one block. Brbe paving contractors expect to Hirt work on tho east sldo of town, Hading the streets on th'o north sldo M Main street first. When tho north Bfe Is graded tho Orem pcoplo aro pected to movo their track to the ntcr or tlio road Tho trench will' cn bo dug and tho Iron pipes bo' d from tho Grant Hotel cornor to o tabernacle, whllo tho grading Is Mng dono on tho south sldo of Main K-eet...

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. — 10 April 1920

E ! flVflBsl M SATURDAY, APltlL 10, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, APRIL 1ft J I CANYON CROSSCUTS ' HI Alex and Thomaa Cunningham are lli planning to start tlio Silver Fnlt mine ml t with a force of minora as soon ns the E v roads nro open. The will start In a w now placo whero It is said a good fl allowing can noon be inndc. Sonio ex. RrII collont ore han boon shipped from Roll thl1 porperty, and a small copper RJn leaching tank was at one time In- t stalled. Bl Seven feet, six Inches of snow on nk the level was tcported at tho Pacific DiS mlno liiHt Sunday having been mensur- od 1n several places by tlio Pacific miners. H m John Cleghorn's son was brought m down from tlio Olobo Con. proporty IS Thursday by Ausby llakor, being lu ff jurcd In an accident whllo on sklls S on a steep hillside. It Is said the In. juries arc not .serious. m. . Tliu Pacific mine Is gradually gel M ting out of the kinks, In Its effort to clear tlio proporty from tho Indebted. 3 ncss left by tho le...

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. — 10 April 1920

vM BsNJRDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. mlr fl IT- AMEmOANTOBKOlTlaac, SATUKDAY. APML 10. 1920. H . A. WILL BUILD I HUTJN CANYON a meeting of die stako board M. held last week several Import, questions were decided on, chief H. jh'cni tlio contlnuanco of sum Bwork throughout tho Stako and Bbultdln of an M. I. A. hut In Ecari Fork Canyon for tho uso of Koys and girls for their outings H summer. Ljtofore the season work has Kj n April and opened again In Ecr. This year however, tlioro Hbo regular meetings until tho H conference, and during July and K9t th'cro will be a scries of spec, rallies. Tho summer programs Hbc prepared with tho idea of cra Hlilng tho mission of Joseph Ei, this being tho centenary of his (vision. Ho Alpine Stako has been asked En with a half dozen other Stakes Eectlng on M. I. A. hut on tho Erberry River, tat becft-M eC tt E so far away tho local officers Eed to erect ono in a nearby can- probably American Fork. If pre- arrangements arc matured a dc. Bful spot in tho South...

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. — 10 April 1920

B SATHiUAY, AL'IUL 10, 1020. AMERICAN FOUK CITIZEN 1 ' PLEASANT GROVE i LOCALS iff 1 l&l Ellsha Ktik of Salt Luko spent tho fjfl -tvcck end hero. F j 'Roy Wost of Suit LakO attended tho l) I Prom hero Friday ovc. Ma ' MIshbs Kntlo and Cuniorah Smith' JJL epent tlio week end In Salt Lako. 1h ' Pi'' MIsb Jonnlo 1-arnnn or Salt I".ko m spont (ho week end here. M ; Miss Maurltio I'rouKO spent Uio wook II nd In Salt Loko visiting hor parents. IS Miss Kstelln Fonton of Snlt Uiko 9S ! was a week end visitor horc. jM ' Miss I.00110 Nolson of Provo, wns t M tho we'ok end guest of Miss Jennlo i m ' Larson. ll fl j Messrs. Demi Harvey and Varlan i jil llnlllday came down from Salt I-ako $ to attend tho Junior Prom. I Mrs. Clifford L. Wright entertained I At dlnnor Sunday tn.h'onnr of her bus. I ' hand's birthday. I Ross Smith o' Mllford was a vlslt- ;I or hero a fow days of tho lattor part s V ' of tho week. J j MIihcs Dllza ArmlKtead and Cloaono MM nullock woro wook end visitors In Is Sal...

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. — 10 April 1920

m Bi'KDAY, AP1UL 10, 120. AiLERICAX FOKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. fl I Pleasant Grove, Department". 1 B r i HI pSC!L MEETING By Council met In rcgulnr session Bl Kb. K3 for city porporty wero open. Hhowlm; tho following: Kr old school h'ouso lot D. Mlley IK. j. W. Halllday $6.50. D. Mlloy Kj awarded lot. Kr old school huso lot D. Mlloy th $15.00: Dr. O. E. Orun, flG.00. Bcrc cast. D. Mlloy SmIUi draw- Bthc successful lot. Br cemetery hay field Louis I.ar. $70.60; Ch'rls Peterson $25 por B.orHOO. Eou motion tho ground was award- to Uio highest btddor, upon pay. Bt I" ndvanco of amount of bid. B as movcd Mr J0S' "' Ad B bo awarded uho of Tank 'Well season of 1020 at rontnl of $7.00. Btn carried. K'atnr transfers: 11 acres East Bdow from Jo9, D' Clark to nobt tale. 3.4 acres cemetery ditch from Bter C Waxier to Mrs. Amelia Durn- Ht was petitioned that present regu. Hon governing closing hour of bust- B placcs rcmovcd' uDn motlon F petition waa granted, upon con. Bon & Pro...

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. — 10 April 1920

' ,iBflr K7 flfli II If H H flPavru SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL in Mg I American 1 Fork Locals IT .,. f,-. Miss Morlo Smith sprnl Sunday In I I ', Salt Lake, with friends. If , nitiliop J. II. fltorrs attended con. J ferenco In Salt I.nko Sunday. I ft Get tho habit of going with tho I A ' crowd to tho Harrington Grocery. ''a ' 31 Misses Ruth and Priscllla Pulley IN attended tho operetta In I'rovo, Mon- mm 3ay oven In p. ffl John Hansen loft Monday for CalL gflj fornln, whero ho will spend tho sum. ijS mar. jl Uoyd I-o It of lychl spent Saturday H in American Fork at Uic homo of Ml. m nnd Mrs. John Kelly. H lis Missos iAVottn Houston and Mur- KH guart King spent Saturday In Salt w Lako with' relatives. jjji Misses Tholma Roberts and Lcta III Baker of Lohi woro in American Pork H Thursday, visiting with friends. mm Buy a wick ot ougar whllo you huvo IjV , the chance at tho old price, at tho 1, Harrington Grocery. Mm Mrs. Alex Sykos of Manila spent m...

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. — 10 April 1920

pjjH : : 1. TTv'T' beV S ItURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. "'jH AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. 1 Hicrican Fork Oitlxen Kce-Aipi r. Co. BHg. oanESSIVE INDEPENDENT I'UnLICATION H subscription ftHar In Advance $2.00 vEths In Advance f 1.25 fted as Sond-CIass Matter at poe at Amorican Fork, Utah. "cjalafonl Publisher HriaertpUon to The Cltliem and Kriew are payable la advance K time Sate that W ceats. Classified X I Ads , , H rou SALE ' Hfour horse drill for M Pliono 180.w, Am. Fork. 10-2t aLG Oil RENT My farm In K-Valley. Dr. H. E. Robinson, Unlock, Ogdcn. lO.tf BALR-Flrst-closs good 1200 lb. 'M horse, harness, now collar; !Hnost new top Studabakcr bug i pHo seated light rig with dou itftjjSgue. Owner II. J. Km Be. lO.lt-p kjjV N&MALK Delovol separator, No. "J Dlack Minorca eggs for act- Bl.25. First houso north of swfotel, U. L. Bassott 10.lt p 1:BaLK Home and 3 acres of K good water right; improve fX Inquire at 363 North 3rd West . Bierlcan Fork. 27.tf BALE City lot, 3.r...

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. — 10 April 1920

'" 'TflfflfflfflH H p- X " jg' jbbTbib 1 ' ') B . BBI I ' ""t ,mn,f u- irntMv rnTTirv SATURDAY, 'tmlB i I SATURDAY, APJtlL 10, 1920. hOMEWC AV irTMv CITIZEN, Sl t ' ' ' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J I 1 JlLAAAAAAAAAA&ikttAA44AAA&ikt())A4 I ,' ! A few of tlioso cook bnokn frr-o, ank ft. yV-j t for ono at ilio Harrington Orocery. P f j ' Mrs. Ireno Taylor of Kuroka la si ' ,'. spending a vlall In Highland, with licr jM r j iiarciitn, Mr. and Airs. 8. II. Itoundy. S ' Mrs. John V. Mydrs and Mrs. O. ft , I ' V. Hyor spent tlio end of 'last woe): a i 'n Salt take, visiting with relatives. BM I Don't forgot Clrant's big 25c SALR w ' . next Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. I Mrs.. W. U. Ualllday uciu to Sa. B I Lako Wednesday and span the dny B i wlUi relatives nnd friends. Mr; and Mrs. John Ovnrd spent four m days of this week In Magna, visiting B ' 'with tholr son nnd family, Mr, and B ' MrsL. J. Ovard. JlleBaxtor has mndo Improve B I mentflnjftho Prosbytorlan church, by ! , 9...

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. — 17 April 1920

I American Ak Citizen, H .. . . tv'J rjHI RpuXV AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SAtMXy, APRIL 17, W ' NUMBER 10 , 91 iOMi UP AMERICAN FORK CANYON I TO THE BASE OF MT. TIMPANOGOS 10 BE COMPLETED BY JULY 1ST, H- A very enthusiastic meeting was hold Monday evening in Mkc Commercial Club rooms. Damr Parkinson, state forest Epervisor, was present. He stated that every effort will bo Egdc by tho Utnli County Commissioners to have the proposed Kd from AmeYlcan Fork tip tlic Am rkan Fork canyon to tho bnso of Mt. ipanogoB completed by July 1. This Hkloti Is being taftn by the county EimmlHdloners to cnablo many attend Eg,tle National Education Asaoclat K convention to mako n slght-sco-Er trip up to tho base of Mt. Tim. Eaogos and from here to climb to Kgtop. Klccordlng to word received by Mr. parVlnson, from Joseph Recce, chalr Kmji of tlio county commissioners, tho rork will begih aa coon na tho ucn. itter will permit, as the commissioners mVc appropriated $5,000 for tho rond. BjVord wflfl also recei...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1920

i""""""""""""H i! HI VH SA'IVItDAY, AIMfll, L7, UK. , AMERICAN i'ORK CITIZEN, ' SATURDAY, APRIL 17, M 1 NEW FACTOR! ASSURED I'M 1 t Tlio Condensed Milk Factory for Vm I'lali County, to bo constructed in Ak ' American Tori;, In now an assured III fuct' JjM With tho co-opomllou or tlio Corn j merclnl Chilis nml Farm Hincnu units tftlj more than one.h'alf of tho nmount Urn' promised by tlm citizens has been HMj Rllbscrlbed. ,!( ( No ilonbt, the entire amount would I5J1 have been taken prior to this tlmo, Iliad the people known ihat (Iioho In. cstlng would participate Immediate JH ly in the dlvldcmlH which aro now K being cimied and pnld out of the .1.1 FH factories nporntlng ccr eight states. MJ Tho company In now paying an an. IS it. il dividend of 10 pur cent,, payable il ipiarterly. MB June lHt will be thr next riuartnrly H dividend date, and all those purchas- lug immediately will receive this full I m quarterly dividend of 214 per cent. 'm .Many poople have nvalled them- 5H selves...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1920

SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920. TO PRESERVE WATERS I OF UTAH LAKE H The Viah iJiko problem will be' put H, to t?io next legislature for Bolutlon, H committee of representative citizens Hp( the stnto having been appointed at H conference Wednesday called by Hrov. Simon Hambergcr nt tho sub. Hirttlon of Preston O. Peterson, pre Cidcnt of the Provo notary Club This action was taken in view of. H,.umerous filings op tho waters of, K ian iaUc, which liavo been made re-' Errtly, nnd which If approved, would Etave (ho Ijnke high and dry. It was )1 fact l,,at cnusc' President lot. K.ion to suggest to Governor nam Eeiger that ho call n. meeting of citl Kens to bo hold in tho cnpltol for a Kound 'nolo talk for tho purposo of Raising ways and means through' K'hlch a vast acreage might bo vc. Ktlmed without recourse to expensive ' Him processes. M Mr. Peterson stated to the governor Hhst he had gone over tho problem In Hv,aH with .1. I'. I-ytlc United States "...clamntion engineer, anil with Ceo. E'j...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1920

SATURDAY, APBtt 17, 1920. ' AMimmAM FORK CmZ&S ' SATURDAY, AJItIL 17, ,Wl I PLEASANT GROVE I LOCALS !L Cnlvln Ilco of Provo spent Sunday I tm in Pleasant Drove. m Miss Hazel Nelson wnu an Amorl. jj .can Fork lsltor Tuesday. ftm "Miss Hazel Nelson was u Salt Iako M -visitor Saturday. ff kj Claroncc Weeks who Is working up mm Provo Canyon, spent Sunday hero. H Mrs. 0. F. Hcrron who has been B 111, Is now on the improve. IB Mrs. Fred Farmor of I'rovo visited KB Jiero Friday with her parents, Mr. and HB Mrs. H. W. Wndloy. B Harold Itoblson who has been cm- B ployed In Bingham, has returned 'B homo. ! f iW Mrs. W. J. Heck of Elbertn is vis- lM itlng hero at th'o homo of her mother, S Mrs. Sarali Atwood. M Mrs. Frank Arnold left this week B for Dcs Moines, Iowa, whole sho will 3D! join her husband. B Mr. and Mm. II. W. Wndloy and H daughter May, opont Sunday in Provo, W with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farmer. IB David Walker spent Friday in Am. IB -jFbrk visiting with' hlo mint, Mrs. IB Stephe...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1920

MUTURDAY APRIL 17, 1920. , Hi MTZ AMERICA FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920, IJ Pleasant Grove Department I mm OF DEAD HEROES ABROAD TO BEJDECORATEO Hrhat some of our, boys woro left Hder tlio soil In France does not Han that they will not bo remem Kcd and have tholr graves decorat Hon this Memorial day. For thin Hrposo contributions from each Hericati legion Post and Individ, Ks are solicited by headquarters, Kordlng to announcement by Fran Hn D. Olcr, national committee. I Kach post 13 expected to contrl-' Bte at least $5 and larger gifts may Knrdo at tho discretion of the post. Hiere, outtldo tho post nro urged assist nlno. I HcontrltAitious should be at tho Na. Kul headquarters in Indianapolis 2biit gtft3 received later can bo Hbled. Brho plan of decorating tho Amcri b graves in foreign soil on Mem Htal day was unanimously adopted the Minneapolis convention of Uia Hgtrican legion. I Vtae entire work will be financed Bvoluntarly donations and sufficient Bney Is desired to de...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1920

BBBkI tBBH B BBBJ SATURDAY, AVIUU 17, 1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, . SATURDAY, APllH, 17 iM I American I I Fork Locals vm )um, Thos. Iirov11 was r Salt Ijikc vis- lm ltor Saturday. ijTfl' Mrs. Km I Vnrney spent Tuesday !n '!(, Salt l.ttkc lliu guest at hur sister. yjiR Almri Qiecnwood made n biislne'is IJLj trip to Delia Tuesday. Ipfjj Hoyd Jackson mado a business trip j4' to I'rovo Monday. Uk fBJ Miss Manila Hooth was tho guest of H Miss (irrtudo Olscn of I'rovo, Sunday, BJ, Mr. and Mra. Tliomas Coddlngton KM motred to Front Creek yesterday to EjH upend tli'c week end. H Mr. Annie Huggard mid Mrs. Nina I BE I-co spent Saturday and Sunday In I BJt Magna, with Mrs, Jack Holt. E Misses Allco Parker and l.cona Kel. Iffl ly spent Sunday at l.elil, tlio guest of Hj relatives, ftrPt Ijt' 20 per cent off on nil new sprint; IBJ nulls, coats and dresses rt Clilp- IBJ nrnn'n, X John and Adnlph- Pulloy were at wK Salt I-ako Monday, visiting with reln- B tlves. BAT Miss May Hansen, who hn been ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1920

'''bbH MB BHJ SATURDAY, APflIL-17, 1920. aw FORK riTrPw ilfl AMERICAN FORK ClIIlbN SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1020V lifl American Fork Oitlien OnlrcAlalne Pah. Co. MHg. PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION SUBSCRIPTION Year In Advance $2.00 Months-In Advance fl.23 ntered as Sond-ClasB Matter at t Office at American Fork, Utah. W, nalstord ..' Puhllshcr II labscriiiUon? to T,he ClUien and Bciloir are payable In adrancc I on time Sbto that 60 cents. s 4 Classified I Ads . I I ron SALE d FOUR HOUSE DRILL for He. Phono 180.V. Am. Fork. 10-2t "sauT OR RENT My farm In Hilar Volley. Dr. H. E. Robinson, Hj Ulock, Ogdcn. lO.tf H"saTe Homo and 3 acres of H1; good water right; Improve Hi. Inquire at 3C3 North 3rd Went Hmerlcan Fork. 27.tf HSAt.n City lot, 3.room hcuso. Hm, etc., 2',. blocks north of H street. I'rlco I8K0.00. further Hculars call Alplno Pub. Co. 13-tf H NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT Hs office. Just tho thins for laying Hr carpets, etc. 14-tf HltXO IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE H wagon, 1 set of. work h...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1920

' ' Bfll " BBBBfl VBBl WrrnrvVFhKK CITIZEN, ' SA1TODAY, APHlLir M v SATUl(l)AYAPHlL17,lfl20. ' AMERICAN T'OKK Pillow. MJ f'B ' J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J jiff Mrs. N. O. Hasmusson of Pleasant ECS Grovo, was Uio guest of Mrs. It. W. n'I Hnlllday, Wednesday. Hi 1 Don't b0 Batlsflod with cheap lubrl. Kyi i c.ulons, got the Monogram oil at Chip SI p ! man's. jjj 'JR Mrs. U. .1. Strong of Alplno la J'J spemllnK a inlt in Caatlo Dale, with JC KU hor daughter, Mra. Mattlc l-nurscn. Iiflk Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Adams anil )BH Mr. and Mrs. Dell Singleton motored :iH to Salt Iike Friday and spent three flBJ days with relatives and frlonds. ! ,Mra 13, A. Ciilbortaon and eon Ilalph H of Salt Inko, arc spending the end pf I BE tho' week hero with Mra. CtilherUon's I BJ sister, .Mrs Heubcn Chipmnn as) ' Vi K Mrs.nVrn. Darratt nnd Mrs. Earl flj Varjieyvwcnt to Salt Iiko Tuesday jVJ nnd spent two days with Mrs. Vn nicy's I W slstor, Mrs. Cutler. MM , Arbor Day has made Grant's il special s...

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