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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 8 May 1920

p """BMBBs LIB fIBPI ! B.mrmTAY. MAY 8, 1920. Wli BglJ- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. MAT . imk Ml H'TIican fork Oitifta M"mi0ORESSIVE INDEPENDENT V F PUBLICATION V SUHSCHIPTION lH Year-In Advance .......... 12.00 H Month-In Advance i $L2S Bartered Scond-CUs Mailer at -K 0fle at American Fork, Utak. 'Boalsford PubllBher -BHbserfpt'onf to Tie CIAki and 'iKritrbw aro payable fa af ranee VK, H tlmeSaTO feat M centa. S Classified i I Ads FOR SALE pi Br SALE CHEAP Oood Rubber KliSST fJid harness. Inquire of j-KiH. Adams. American Fork, 1st Bt 5U No'li street. 8-2t-.pd . ",b)CAR TOR SALE In splendid 10- Ljiition. For particulars Inquire K i I, Chlpman Millinery Store. W' 24-tr B.rRE FARM FOR SALE Located K pleasant Grovo- slx room Rod t( ttl kind of outbuildings, first- H 'water rights; city water In Kt. Best of soil raise anything. 'Hold at once will let ro at very ill Hcuble figures. Call at Alpine II nnV Co- offlcC Amerlcnn Fork, for 'rBeohn. l-2t-p TsALEOR KENT My farm In aKkr Valle...

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. — 8 May 1920

Hi -m WMmmt I mH H SATURDAY, MA! 8, 1IS20 ' L,m ir CITIZEN SATUBDAY MAn H 'W X AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONAL! J (PSf Wntcli Tor Orant's Me Aluminum KM Hale, Next Week. M Mrs. William Storra and brother, liM'Mr Jc8se K,rknn,n. Bncnt Satunlny nt It) SprlngWllo witli friends. m jJto- Mr unci Mib. Hcbor Ilarratt v.oro jjiJS tlio Sunday gucBts of Mr. and Mrs. Lsttu' Fon Wilson of Lent. mMm Everybody Unit dances will attend fk- tho big ball nt Orpheus Hall tonight, V ' May 8th. IV fB' Mrs. Clareuco Bowdcn loaves today JBj i for her' homo In Canada after having lK Rpcnt about flvo months hero with' her mm mother, Atre, Emily Paxman, 9Ej Mr. and Airs. Frank Whlto and Mwi children ' motored to Provo Sunday SM and woro tlio guests of Mrs, White's HI-; parents. ( WJEV USED CAK FOR SALE-In splondid ' rondltlon. For particulars Inqulro H at M. & I. Chlpman Millinery Storo. AH " 24-tf Vl gH Mr. Willis Qalsford and his two flf llttlo girls aulocd over from Tooslo ImWr Thursday and spent ih...

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. — 15 May 1920

I v N ' ffi Silver Band; Full Tabernacle Qfilr; Prof. Boyle; Free Lyceum I INumbatJabernade, Tomorrfv Night, May 16th, 7:30 p.m. lAmericaii' Ffrk Citizen i lLXVIL t AMEm0ORK UTAH BAJAY, MAY a, im NUMBER 14 I IPANOGOS VISITORS WILL BE ROUTED UP 1 I AM. FORK CANYON AND RETURN BY PROVO 1 , It is estimated that over 500 tourists from all ovoi the United States will visit American Fork this summer when the National Educational Association meets in Salt Lake for its nnnunl convention. :Thcy will nrrivo in American Fork via the Oram routo from July 8 to 11. They will he taken fmm American Fork by way or automobiles up to the too of Mt. Tlmpanogos, through' American Pork canyon, whore the National Forest Rosorvo summor amp will bo built. The American Fork Commercial dab had a most dlfllcutt task In lisalng American Fork Canyon as lie location for the National camp, u Provo was equally doslrous of bit Ins North Fork of their canyon w the trail for the N. B." A. hlko. ft Proro Commercial Club...

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. — 15 May 1920

P H SATURDAY, MAY .15, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY is JH 1 BIG WHEAT CROP THIS YEAR 1 . Hn Coming clone- on the hcols of tho u flurry lit flour throughout the state, jWki that was as disconcerting nn it was fljft ' nlnnnhiK to dealers, la tlio announce'. JjR? inent of tho United States bureau of M rrop estimates that "from present Wt prospects Utah should harvest 1,132,- i 000 bushols more winter wheat this I year tlmrv lnflt." This announcement fuJ was made this week by Miner M. Jus Hi tin, field ngont for tho Imroau, on Hi' receipt of advices from tho WhHhlng. HL ton omco with regard to winter los Hj scs mul prosout condition of farm He crops, progress of spring fnrin work Hjl ami loss to livestock from dlseaso HU tind exposure. HJj'l Tho report shows that thn losses to Hut livestock lifivo been unusually heavy. HJjj For example, novcnty-rivo shcop a K j thousand In tho stato are reported to Iff) havo died of oxposuro his year, as WJj compared wlUi twenty a thousand...

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. — 15 May 1920

Es AMERICAN FOKK CITI RATimnAv wavir ion M vH J li-PRIESIHOOD I MEETING LARGELY I ATTENDED SUNDAY jnloa-rricsthood mooting was hold Kh Stake Tabornaclo last Sunday, 2 p. m. President Stephen L. Hnasn conducted th'o moetlng which K largely nttonlod. Kecdne was opened by tho congrc- Kon itogtaB " Whfct U R'E"1'" Kj-cr was offered by Win. South E, gr., of Lchl. Hie most of tho Union meeting was Hnt In ta"'s concerning Mother's H, Chief of which was maotetly Kjoa thereon by James M. Grant, K, held tho congregation spell. Kgd for ovor half an hour, with pa Hhc Incidents conncctod thorowlth. BTtfte a number of church notices Ki given out by Pres. Chlpmnn, on Hocs church' matters. Hftnn American Fork High School Hit g itc a mtiMcnl selection, and Hi Chlpmnn sang a solo, ontltlcd, Khir of Mine." HTttteJ". and a solcctcd poem, sent HWr mother, by a lady missionary Hgtj Goodwin, which' woro very op ErUte, pathetic and touching, woro Ha ft tho Stake clork, Ell J. Clry- bhop Walkor of Pleasant ...

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. — 15 May 1920

K Saturday, may 10, 1020 American vows, citizen, Saturday, may 15, j !: Manila !; II News !! IWJ iM ; )y .IKSSIK R. 1VADLEY 9i$lap Thursday evening tho boy scouta un- H&iI der ,M0 leadorahip of Omar Iorscn Bll held ft party In tho moetliiglionso. iIcSmbW rrom n" rcportfl th boy3 Uioroughly fflB5w enjoyod themselves. They played Ij9i ?) gMnes, whtlo nutn and enndy fur- ilSR nisbed tho overling's fun. TIiIb la f mW on,y ,Pne of tno ninny good times In tljjHJ ' sUire'for tho scouts during tho sum. gmai jner Bonn on. IB, B Friday ovcnlng Mrs. Wndloy's 8th BB rado Htudcnls hold a party at her HH Koino. Hor grnduatcs of 1917 wero O Invited untl a class reunion held. The IB boya and girls presented hoi with two IHj pieces of cut glass. BSbbbbv WH A speclalSMotlicrs Day ptogram mBI took thotplneo ,ot, tho regular class Hu work Sunday morning. Kacli mother H prwent ws rfron a carnation. Ibbbu KHH Calvin Swlmisoii lias hecn 111 tho BH Pst week with pneumonia. Miss In- IH gersoll hns boon ...

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. — 15 May 1920

bWt HbbbWbBWHBHHbb Wt"B-BbbVb MM) "1 BBBBBBM piRPAY,atA lo,10. AMERICAN FORK OWEN, SAaTJRDAY, MA dfc 1 A t Bl f Pleasant Xj rove Department 1 I ABAINSTPAVEMENT B.vtins wns held Saturday aftor- Hn Mar M' from Uirc0 p' ,n' l0 Bm- to hear protcsto ngnliut Mrtncn't, but nono wcrp made, so th Hiwtll bo Issued iuid ns soon us BLgoai"18 can mncl th ,)av,n" BTcommcnce. Bucsdar evening fc nicclal city Hecll session was hold 'to dl-cua- KL of bids to contractors. This placed with Hie Mayor. Street and HCU1 Commtttco present " ' OF NAMES ;;. 1 ALUMNI STUDENTS Blowing I" n "8t of ,no namCB, Atmnl students that will nppcar the Memorlat Tablet. Hv corrections to this list must H by May 18, 1920. Kton H. Adamsllarry Richards Kmc Adatnoon Guy S. Richards Eiton Adaniaon Arnold Rlchlns Bjlrto Allen Harold D.-Robison Mia Armlstcad l.ynno 8 Robinson ri Banks Alfred J. Rogers rood Baxter Wlllard Smith Hftl Bullock Lyman W. Smith Hnh Coulnn Lyman K Swonson Hoi M. Hallldayllobort Tliomas ,Huas R HittonCll...

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. — 15 May 1920

K " sATUBDAY, MAV IS, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 15. iJ I : I 'LOCAL I I SjAPPEMNG I Miss Gohla Clark of Lohl was an V, America" Fork visitor Monday. H Olcn Gardner of Salt take spent a Bl few days nl homo with 'his parents. HI' chlpntun's hayo just unloaded a full Jo v' cir load of oila-Gct price from thorn t fcolcro buying else who re. Miss Ina Duncan ol' Salt I-ako wan jH ' Hie Sunday guest of her p.ironto, Mr. WW nd Mrs. W. E. Duncan. Ml mui Misses Elva, I.cnh mid Helen Clilp- K i rnan went to Provo Saturday and B . spent Uio dfcy with friends. H Mr. and Mrs. Will Condor tnd B children and Mrs. Jamcn lfallsey B upent Monday at Suit Lnko. H Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Clark nro H moYihf? this, weok to Pleasant Qrovo K Where they will mako their homo. In Special ft&la on aluminum ware, n 31.08, $2.48, and $2.98 Monday, H and Tuesday only, at Grant's. K Clinton I-arson of llooaovolt was In H American Fork Saturday and Sunday, B rUtting at tho homo of Mrs. Kmma R Foster...

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. — 15 May 1920

H ' i WB IH BM wfifli - I All BI MS Saturday, may is, 1920. American fork citizen satuedat; may, is, vm. x Hi ""American Fork Oitiiea BROOHESSIVB independent PUBLICATION 1 1 SUIISCKIl'TION I Ine Tear-In Advance $2.00 K Month-In Advance $1.25 Uaitered as sondiClass Mailer nt M!? Office at American Fork, Utah. Br7calsford PuhUshor MTnTnljscrlpl'ons lo The Clflrcn and yAv RtTlen are payable In advancc LHjt on (Imc-SaTO that '60 cents. Classified 1 I Ads IOK SALE Irs, jam: n. taylor has foii YJle cheap: A good glass top dish Hpboard; ROod wardrolio and folding Mi; first-class condition. Apply to Htil Houston, Chlpman's Store. 15-4t H)E RENT OR SALE Four room bouse Mid lot, ono block north1 of Hi Pedro Depot. See Oscar Dean. 16.1t-pd. H)R SALE CHEAP Good Rubber Kin buggy rjid harness. Inquire of Halus H. Adams, American Fork, 1st Hit, 5th North street. 8-2t-.pd Bed CAR FOR SALE In splendid condition. For particular Inqulro fl U. & I. Chlpman Millinery Store. ,24-tf IR SALE OR RENT My...

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. — 15 May 1920

Baw ' ' 9 bWj is Hi W- I gfc 1 HJ SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1020. 'y-XMblQftfrOBlj: 01TIZEN. j SATURDAY, MAlMs J Hf II X AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS i IB? 444444444 U444AAA4AAAi. H Fr03' Breon truck otcry day r.t Ss John Mid Ron's. flf Mr- and Mrs. Will Condor onlor- SH talnod Sunday ovonlng. Whlto cnr- jjM nations In a cut Bines bowl formed Wm tbc ccntorpfoco for th'o tea Inblo. WjS Mr nnd Mr. I. J. Hutchlngs and 'flfjjtjj Alr;,tt,J:d s'r8, ,jC0 I-nrmnr of Suit aBl II Skc' WOfQ tho Sundtty Bcsts of Mr. ami " Mrs.. L. J. Mulchings, Kf W that for automobiles Hf Monbifrnni oil wears best and' lasts 9 longest Chlptim'n'a havo Just unloirf- m ctl & full car load. H Ted Loo, Vorn Walker, Bart Chrls- BH tenson, .Mark Huzzant and Kay Lee BH Hiatal oil o Salt I.ako Wednesday af. BjB3 torno m to seo tho ball gamo and BjBj other p ensures. BBH K Mr. and Mrs. Will Woodhcnd nnd M. ellldrcn, Mrs. Alfred Hayes, Jr., EBt And Miss Snrnh Hayds or Konnll- vorUi, spont Ui'o ond of last week HB ' Av...

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. — 22 May 1920

I . L'fll " m,'r Ill's Americatftrk Citizen l 1H . '" pwfct; y aOIHi! ' Vfi vRc & VOL. XVII. . AMERICAN WUKf &&)$&$ AY, MAY 22, 1920. , ' NUMBER 15 '1 J - . ' ' VBiUL Hul t . i IB " - - ii i-MWIi I, . . . . I A BIGGER AND BETTER I COMMERCIAL CLUB SHOUl CI BE THE SLOGAN B the Comraorclal Club of American mi'rv' has tho pant fow montho, cor- tfjriy boosted ou ,ltUo c,ty' Th-y H.Lwb worked unceasingly to upbuild Lid better our conditions and our dt.". ih bringing of a Chautauqua to town 11 be a big undertaking, yet It wi'l MOte to Uo onrf of tho boat education. H ;i treats our city lias over had. H Their untiring work In securing H American Tork canyon as tho rout' H for tho Mt. Tlmpano'goa trail Is to r4 highly commended. This will H VtliC hu",lrcilB of "r'918 lo our clfy Hbo nevor ocn know Oioro wan duch fft city bcltaro. Thy nro doing all l:i M tfelr poer to placo our town on tho "flet togotltor' should bo tho sla I .n of our city and tho Commorclol M Oub Is tho orga...

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. — 22 May 1920

assjsj 'W3xrpt & pps HlHF ' ' LLH rra t-l rssl r 'iH SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY 2 lofl 1. HftnluL lwt'MA I ti I at Aw11 TUTl dance starts'at If the ApOllO Oall,- 9 Prompt I K . Something Extra in the Music Line I I . The Sweeten Baili f OF SALT LAKE NOW PLAYING AT SALTADZ I There will also be a singer with orchestra A BIG TIME FOR ALL I Tickets 75c Extra Ladies 15c. I 1 HUSBAND KILLED BY ALLEGED FORMER COW OF WIFE JBH Provo, May 17 P. A. Uargo, nn HB Italian living nt Dividend (Tlntio IB Stnndard tnlno) Is nllogod to have DIB struck Joseph' Vca In tho hcr.d wltli lB nn ax at midnight Saturday, killing piHt him Instantly. HB According to Sheriff 3. T. Williams PBH "l0 troublo was ovor n womr.n wlUt piB whom, it la dcclnrcd, Uargo had llv- PJH! cd for about bIx years as man and IflH wife, nlth'ough Uioy hnd novcr mar- H -lied. About two months ago Vet,' BH began work at tho Standard mlno and HflH was taken In to tho Dargo homo. Vca Plfl had noj boo...

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. — 22 May 1920

ATIIBDAY, AfAY 22, 1920. HI -- - L AMBRIC4NFOBB:Oira2BNi , sAmnmuv av oo -,.n HI enthusiastic meeting ill COMMERCIAL CLUB i well attended meeting and very B-jUlasUo nt that, was hold In tho BLmerclal Clul) rooms Tueslay nlg'it. ft maln topics for discussion was Ef TtmpanoB09 traJ, tho Chnuto.u El'and tho homo coming week. rhe following committees wero ip- Bto arrnngo for feeding tho N. E. h Ti,tors-Jc8So M. Walker, P. M. Hfelsen and H S. Rasmussen. fhreo members of tho Commercial fttab to meet with tho M. I. A. Kitrd to dccldo upon locations of Ejt-Wallcr Slack, Frank Werner, EjB. S. Kershaw. OammUtee to confer with tho Ci KmncII and tho business houses par. IHitfg to home coming week John1 Efootton, M. O. Ttoblniion and S. Btielley fk chair was Instructed to select L men to act as tho oxocutlvo Efclttee for tho Chautauqua:. K8. Poulson was appointed cl'alr KLof a committee to arrange wl'h K7rmuluab for k threo days work Keampalcii P American Pork can Ei.' He offered to present tho ...

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. — 22 May 1920

I SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, a SATURDAY, MAY 22. 1M totvff.tt.tyyTt.4f B Mini nuiMim.mmw Wwt mil ' ' H"L"""" '"w I K'" J p gMBjip .y llil !; flpi H X ! mm ,t 4hh: : III HB-BHi-B HE X ; : i I f I mmmmmmwmmmmHm ; : $jfl I j I Thursday, Friday and Saturday DAYS ONLY I 1 1! I WHAT IS A ONE CENT SALE? A NEW WAY OF ADVERTISING t H IT IS A SALE WHERE YOU BUY AN ITEM AT THE REGULAR THIS SALE WAS DEVELOPED BY UNITED DRUG 00. AS AN AD- ; : X I X : I PRICE THEN ANOTHER ITEM OF THE SAME KIND FOR lc. AS AN VERTSINO PLAN. RATHER THAN SPEND LARGE SUMS OF MONEY : : f I D ; : ILLUSTRATION: THE STANDARD PRICE OF REXALL TOOTH PASTE IN OTHER WAYS TO CONVINCE YOU OF THE MERIT OF THESE GOODS 11 Hi X : : IS 25c, YOU BUY A TUBE AT THIS PRICE AND BY PAYING lc OR 26c THEY ARE SPENDING IT ON THIS SALE IN PERMITTING US TO SELL III M T i : YOU GET TWO TUBES.' EVERY ARTICLE IN THIS SALE IS A HIGH YOU A FULL SIZED PACKAGE OF HIGH STANDARD MERCHANDISE : ' I H X ! I CLASS STANDARD PIECE OF MERCH...

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. — 22 May 1920

JrnnAY. MAY 22, 1920. M EStl. AlBWMSga , SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920. f Pleasant Grove Department I BilEASKFOR I VOTE ON SITE m. meeting or Uio school boaid jnr a rciircsontatlvo commlttco K! pleasant Grovo attended, stating K difar op tho board'8 ncUon Kkoosing the Orpheus Hall slto for Kjgh' school location. Thoy naked the question bo put to a voto of payers nnd stated Uiot the lo Bfn w83 undesirable". E board said they had gono over IJltiictlon and hnd m'ado their Km, but as to placing tho question Eeolar vote, considerable expense E be Involve 1, but tho matter El be taken undor ndvlsement. '' W ..'.V It too late i. to-get busy eeentlr tho Commercial Clubs of wind Amorlcan Fork and other Ettutlons havo received appropri Jifrom tho county nnd the gov Eeot forest fund to build trails Co Tlmpanocos Ono up American Ikanyon nnd the other up Provo B, and community days for both K been set apart, and most of tho El Ubor will bo volunteered, lea E most of tho appropriations to bo E oat for m...

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. — 22 May 1920

SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920. -AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 22 i JB H '' I 'LOCAL I DBA I rjtlj If lfo rubber, wo fix it. PREMIER (1H j AUTO COMPANY. 'jjBi John Woat loft Tuesday morning H for Mnrysvalo after spending ten ;ujB days 'with his family on Highland. 'jB " Walter Slack and ilauglitor, Mrs. jr Randall Shipley opcut Monday In Salt lm Lake with friends and relatives. mBi ,301 I5w l.m's Khaki l'hiita uhoapdr imn ijElJj , c in'Is - ?t 1S -J. C. Icn.iry C Uh Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson of Pay- 81 aon motored to American Fork Sun- HI 4ay and opent the day wlUi rol&tlvon. HI- AUy. Trr.cy Wootton of Salt Lako, Hi iru In Amorlcan Fork Sunday, with HB reltfives. BV Ml9 Nclllo Evans was tho guest Hl Of Stilt Lako frlonds and relatives, HfljK Saturday and Sunday. HiU fB Choice meats and fancy groceries HBf t John's end Ren's. HB Miss Myrtlo Fullmoro of Salt Lako, IHf U spending tho week In Amorlcan HB Fork, visiting with frlonds and on BBSf business. BR Miss Florcnco Chlpman return...

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. — 22 May 1920

H 'flfll lfl ihflT'-- lv saVf arrTTRDAY, MAY 22, 1920. 9T gl.' - ' AMERICAN F0KK CITIZEN, RAnnronAV mvoo ioon ll "American Fork Githten H omce-AlpIno Fab. O. Hid. "TnOGIlESSlVE INDEPENDENT runi.icATiON "" siuiscnirTiON Hl Year Ii Advanco $2.00 fcMonth-Ia Advance $1.25 atcred as S"ond-Class Matter at LEt Office at American Fork, Utah. fljI JlJrTGaUiford .... Publisher Btaiibscrlpt'on to The ClSten and HTtIit nre payable In advance K ta time Save that W cents. Classified X Ads I FOIl SALE BltSAUJ A new milch Jersey cow, fliieg 5-year-old. Inquire of Geo. P. Key. hone 77-J.l. 22-lt HRaJTk U. TAYLOR HAS FOR Kl cheap: A good glass top dish Hkeard; good wnrdrotfo and folding H; first-class condition. Apply to Hd Houston, Chlpmnn's Store. 15-U In splendid sedition. For particulars inquire k. & I. Chlpman Millinery Store. TsALEOlTllENT My farm In Efcr Valley. Dr. H. E. Robinson, Hli Block, Ogden. lO.tf re's a cheap little home Br sale Two room frame bouse, Hk summer kitchen, chicken coo...

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. — 22 May 1920

E 1 - $ i -. . 1 SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920. ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, c 6' ' SATURDAYatAYJ I ILeague Baseball 0fme, Wed., May 2""Ji ! I ADMISSION 35 cent'' CHILDREN FROM 10 to 14 YEARS 10 cents. . , M III S 'iWWWBWBM""IMBM'BMMIIIMMIIf Jfl nnml ' nnnl Iff - I'S $ AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS $ IbTIjiI ,rB "Vo I'omoroy was In Alpine Mklijl o)i n visit as the guest of Mrs. I. I. AL'l Robertson. Kgi Mrs. Jack Holt of Magna In spend. Ka lng Uio week lioro wltli Iter mother, Hfl Mrs. Nina Ico. HB Cnrpots, Hugn, Wall Papor and Fur H nituro will ell bo In Uio Dig Cut'Sa'lo Bb nt Chlpmnn'fl. 10 per cent off and H M Hj .Mr ! jfontella Tumor of I.ch'.-Jm. H Soariu'iand daughter Jonnte, of O2- flHS den woro in American Fork Thursday jH visiting with relatives. H A jolly crowd were ontortninod Inst HH night at th'o Highland school house BH by ,tho bcehlvo glrlB. Onmco, music, HR dancing nnd refreshments woro tho BHH fcntuicR of th'o evening. HEf Mrs. G. M. Curtis and children of HHBJ Salt lAke...

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. — 29 May 1920

I American Fflfk Citizen I KvS ; AMERICAN FORK, UTAHTsATSfeY!) Ip20. NUMBER 16 H commendations i . turned down Konmltteo Mpolntod by the oTnrcstlgato sites for tho now Esd civic center and pork, ro Hto the City Council at their Hoeetlns Saturday night Afior Hthe report tho mayor announc. H , mass meeting would bo Hbr Monday night to submit ort to th'c public. Elagly l,l m,l8B mootlnB waa id wine f0 Intorested cltl t r 'present. Mayor Walker , chairman with M. K. Bcz B (ecrctary. Tho following of the spoclal .committee was 1, Folk City Council, flrour committee appointed by Lvr, ho was nuthorlzcd by HmcetlnR held In lho clt' IInl1 H, month ago, bc.lu&vo to ro H, the following properties as .Eces set opposlto each parcel K'ucN'lel I'ropcrty ....$2,000 C. M. Clark 2,500 f, Oalsford 3.B00 ?. gtorrs 1.000 t. Dolmer 600 Ksnfeon 1.000 1,1ns 7,000 7 EstMo MOO Total 19.400 Kgrther recommend that tho city Bm this property for a city park H,ic buildings, that tho Shipley Ktr be used (or th...

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. — 29 May 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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