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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 29 May 1920

: kW I fl MtHRPAY, MAY 29, 1920. 9 m . ...... . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SAmmnAv wav on mon PES VERY INTER- pTING MOTHERS L of tho finest locturoo over glv. K the mothers In this city was K br I)r' olRO" laRt WcJ,lc8'lay Hg. His subject was euro of Kw'-born babo," wh'oreln ho guvc Kinr suggostlvo holpo and now nd opened our oyos to so many K, which tho nvorago mother nov Elnki of or knows nothing T that wo aro stilt struggling to IK'the Importanco and tho magnl of tho facts which 'ho sot forth. B order that tho parents who r.ro Htttcd In Uils lino of work muy 'flitue, "tl mako a furthbr study KeH subjects, tho University has Kpd for tho organisation ot Mo K clubs throughout tho Mthlo bnd rerr anxious that wo effect an Llutlon hero at oncu. Thoy tell Bttt uYrough this medium wo will Ee to keep In close touch with Eiircrslty tlio year 'round, as thoy tlVieed to each member of th'o Mo t Club1 twclvo bulletins during .wetr. This prmphlct deals with Jtbjcct of "Mother and Child" and "Kjoac...

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. — 29 May 1920

SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1920. AMEHITAN FOllK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAVJ . i I . I Manila !i ! ii News II i j i , ; ; Hy jkhsik it. wam.ky :: I Harold WlnnorstroiM Is reported ill 1 1 . tho pnst week. m f Wn Mr. anil Mrs. I). M. Wodloy visited ,j, , ith relothes In Ojirfleld Sundi.y. ..Lilt mm Mrs. JcbsIo It. Wndley and clillilt fit IF' spent last week In Sprlngvlllo, vis. V) ftJng with relatives. II; , Sunday Mrs. Wndley's sixth gradd WMl Indents surprised licr at her hour WBti And prc-tvctitod her a bnutlttil w.iter It H. mx S9 Mr. ami Mrs. Verne Manner nl Hi' Sprlngvlll'cY visited with Mrs. Kami. HU cr's Bister, Mrs. Jesslo Wadlcy Wed-, HH' r.tsday aftornoon. Tholr daughter Hlj Georgia who hoi been spending tho H ' v.tck hero rotnrned with them. Hs ' H Mrs. Mnrgarct Mulncr and son Jos- H er,h of Lincoln, Ida., wcro visitors at H tha homo of D. K. Adams, tho pa.U H week. HI PS, Mr. Will Ashman aud Arza Adams H'l were Provo visitors Tuesday. Bh; H Mr. and Mrs. D. 13. Adams enter EH tamed tho...

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. — 29 May 1920

SMnfflAV, MAY 29, 1920, AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN, RATimn.iv mav ton H JlnBIrican Fork Oitia "JKiwRBSSIVB INDEPENDENT lM PUBLICATION SUHSCniPTION 'ear-In Advance $2.00 Joths-In Advanc 11.25 Lrtd S"ond-Class Matter at jfice at American Fork, UtaU. 'yWrtl''' """" -BCriptlon to Tie CIBmh and 1 "Hurleff arc payable la adtance- iKi line Sarc that W rent. , Classified M s I rhtS 10K SALE ft H WANTED AT ONCE Carpcn- fl others. Plnstorors, Plumbers, ititsK, filters and other mechanics. UaKymcat guaranteed at union wngo B md hours under American kftS Contractors. Address: F. J. 4ftr Associated Industries, Or tpMutab. 29u laBtfANn HARNESS FOR SALE HnM weigh botwocn 1000 and -tjsHbs. each; good to pull and nil Hj team; hurncss In good condl UI.H $300 will tako the outfit If 8T,Bqo!ck. Call at N. A. Larson's, RHd Ward, American 'Fork. 29-lt-p u.M 1 .Htheap: A good glass tot 1b1i ntaVoard; good wardrotio and folding "H nrsl-class condition. Apply to H Houston, Chlpman's Store. 15-4t jaBcS A CHEAP LI...

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. — 29 May 1920

' ' SATURDAY, MA V 21), 1920. "-AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN, ,' ' ' SATURDAY, MAY M I FrW?T RTH tMVf TrQ-S fonday, Decoration Day - Game'S ! II WV JJlVJ VJTiigL'i.Vl.JLiO Botterill Auto Association of Salt Lake vs. AmJPoJ i : iFriday, June 4th - sbVseamanork No Game Here WednesK If I ?L l vB" H b. UlVHU lVHT-nME-dnN--i-i-A-M-H-H-fl-l-l-i--l-l-l- .HH71-M----H I jj ' jjj $ AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J .11 : 1 Chlpmnn'B cut prlco snlo,utlll on nt 1 i tiro Ulg Red Storo. 111 J HI A Mrs, Anuo Clirlstianaon was tnk. H '1 'mi1 ,to n Bait Jxiko hospital Wednos. Wm ' "ay' and operated on for appendicitis. HI' Mrs. Pearl Van Wagoner of Provo Hlf Ji 'spending tlio end of tho week hero ML' with iMrs. Mllo Mhrshnll. MM, Hj HE Would you llko to improvo tho lookn I ' , oi your homo? Well call nt BAXTER'S HI ' 'ELECTRIC SHOP, ho has your choice HA f ol hctiutlrul fixtures. H i I Airs. Ken Halllday, Sirs. Thorn- H . Friday and Mrs. John Itohlnsoti At- jH trndel tho graduation exercises of ffl- tho...

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. — 5 June 1920

I 8te HflH I Amer icart flfrk Citizen 1 i -i , . - -fc 'i IHftnl OLIL AMEK1QAN F011K, UTAH, AYJUNJg 5, 1920. NUMBER!?; H9 mm fork I LEADS 'EM ALL Tbo hlUierto highly praised Spring. Hue tdm mot It's Waterloo Wcdnos H when H foil from 1000 per cent K jn tho Central Utah Lccguo. fl, game was with th'o American Erk team, tho winning of which flee) th11 tl tn0 n'cad ot tIl ,oas" Thavlntf thus far never lost a gamo. RunerIcan Fork bo far has' pluycd Lt games, six of them being Ij. Kgamcs. The gamo Wdncsdny waa. K and well earned by tho ' local Hug. Sprlngvlllo mado four runs fl shut American Fork out In tho Hst Inning. "With tho big lead, our Hp fought vnllently nnd mndo ono Ha n the 2nd, 4th, 2 In tho fifth nnd Htbft th tho boys did Bomo real ft?I&g, which Increased tho score by K. During all this tlmo the Spring. Hit fans enjoyed tho delightful ( ?) Lwtton of a complcto shut-out, dog Hthe superior pitching of our local flehtr, Addlo Miller, toiler was given good support Koagtaout t...

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. — 5 June 1920

B; SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920. AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, June 5 Jl j j i OVERSEAS ORCHESTRA AT CHAUTAUQUA S i i jH f - . , ! i HH Tho musical climax of Chautauqua week comes on the third day In the two concerts by the Overseas orches- H trn, a Chicago organization of eight talented glrln, who won unusual recognition In Franco and Belgium as enter- M talners for our boys of tint A. IS. V. They scored Instantaneoua successes In London and Paris; but their real work HK ,ny In tho oS camps and hospitals. Many of their concert wen; given In the open In all sorts of weather, In stnblo H lofts, In ruined buildings and on Improvised platforms of all sorts. B Error Regarding ind.'geitlon. IH Now, It Is a popular error to sun- Hi pose that Indigestion Is merely an Wm affection nf die stomach. There la H not a single organ, n single tissue, Ml I or u uervo which Is not affected to Bf tome considerable degree. EHj; Awkward Place for an Echo. HBJtJ "An extraordinary echo Is produced mBI 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. — 5 June 1920

H isriPMrtfl I SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920. B: B" ' AMERICAN F0BK0IT12EN. m., - Kerican fork has i nliband now Hh'e Silver Band membors held a King last Friday night at tho City K About linlf of tho band boys K, present. Tho question of who A' or not tho band should be rear KtUcd was dlscuased, and after Hslderable discussion tho meeting Einded with no decision reached, Hold officers woro released and no E were elected In their stead. They Ejed not to como out for Decoration Las It would bo necessary to hire K 4 new men for tho occasion and band Is broko! te band boys feel that tho peoplo K not behind them and that their K gratis services are not apprec- Our city needs a band and moro H-tiragemcnt should bo given the Kt bora. Hiding road i iip south fork Htr local photographer, Edwin 3. Hfcm, made a trip up American K( canyon recently and secured Hi, exceptionally fine pictures of Haany Interesting and beautiful Hu up our canyon, ho presented HU get of these pictures to tho Hiwrclal Club...

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. — 5 June 1920

B'l. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, JH20. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, June 'M 1 PLEASANT GROVE 1 LOCALS l Mayor J. .1. Hayos was n Salt Uikc IV visitor Wednesday. Hi i Mrs. DlbsIo Wright und boh Dotvoy, H vrro Provo Islttirn WodniBduy. Sf Arthur Hanson wan n Salt Iikt B ' Tjsltor Monday. W Miss I.ols Hayes entertained Frl- JH-'w IAy nftomoon at u trousseau lea. Villi f (j m Miss Jonnlo Fago spent n few days jjl 1 1 of this wook, visiting In Salt I.ak. Kn Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hone spent 12- HJ ( cot at Ion day at Pnyson. Jffii Hflh Dean Harvey of Salt Uiku was -i H9J! week end visitor here. HB Misses Vcrna and Vera Ncbck-r BUI .Vent Monday In Salt l4iko. Hfj Lyman Smith of Salt Iakc, Hpcnt mJ ' the foropart of the week here. H Mien Jonnlo Larson of Salt 1-nko B ajttnl Sunday and Monday hero. IB -Mr. and Mrs. Arnold C. RIchlnB Hk vt Salt I-ak spont Memorial day hero. Bft i HV Miss Sarah Williamson of Salt Lake M 1 . spent the early part of Ui'o wook hero. HI Pl Miss Sadlo Halllday of Salt I,aka ...

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. — 5 June 1920

KimDAY, JUNE 5, 1920. tH M - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, RATUUDAY, JUNB 0, 1920. ' "1 Pleant Q r o ve Itepartm e niF E URGED 10. PAVE ROAD I THROUGH CITY AND UTAH COUNTY "County Commissioners Joseph Recce and It. D. "Wildly fl Count)' Rond Engineqr Scott Stewart of Utah count f Kor Frederick Dunn, Councilman Joseph Vano and CiU Mrncv AV. B. McPkerson of Springvillo, were visitors with Sinln rond commission tho latter part of last -trnnb ,. Hwmethlng bo dono by th'e stato H county towards paving tho state !Ly through SpringyHlo and 'Eut Orovo. Thot-'ftrand t,that Etite road 00010118810? has boon lKt t serious look at 'some flnan Kutemonts, with tho result that Hatcrs havo been convinced Huff V n0 use In considering any In? JEt in expenses this year. B, intimation was given that the K trill adhere pretty closely to tho Hm 0f road building as dote: Ejby tho contracts already tot, HvUl stop right there. In fact, tho Lttston withdrew from tho pro. E srrangement under which' tho 'Kiit Construc...

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. — 5 June 1920

THaaaaa' I . SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920. HEKICAN FOltK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, Jump ,. 1 ' I Local -1 111 Th'o Co-op huvo secured Miss Ucsslo i Robinson Tor ono of, their clcrltB la ,j tho dry goods dept". 1, 1 ' Misses Ethel Mnldn nnd Edith lav I r Hen wont to BMt Ixiko Friday morn- I i j,r, to spend ten daya with relatives. I i llay Ovarii returned homo tho end IjJl of th'o week after having sponl sovcril ill months working nt Magna. ill) Miss Helen Oswald nnd Ilnlph C.il- ' 1' hereon or Salt l-uke were tho gucstb f 1 of American Fork relatives, Monday. Ew MrH. James Kpiicrson went to Sail N !Ako Friday to attend n party slvon M In her honor tit tho home or Mr-.. M Draco Killers. H Miss S&dlo Wild of Ogdcn, was Ml vlnliJng the forepart of the week BI here with hor father, Ned Wild and til other relatives. IB Mr. and Mrs. Fawn Wilcox of Leal H were in American Fork Monday, tho )jjV 4esta at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. -M Wte. Hanson. LaV K Mrs. Vol ma Porrltt and children uf B 8z.lt lake, ...

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. — 5 June 1920

JtOUDAYJUNE 5, 1920. i ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920. H H ,i Alpine Fas. Ce.MUg. fcgSIVB INDEPENDENT B PUnMCATION SUBSCRIPTION ' rr-In Advance 2-00 Uu-In Advance fl.5 Hred JJ.ond-Class Mattor at occe at Amorican Pork. Utah. TS" . ... Publisher jjjriplIoDJ to The Cltfeon and HLfleff ore rnJab'e '" adrance H time Save that 60 cent. I Classified I Ad$ H FOR SALE HjTFOUU TON OP FIRST-CMS3 Hern bar. In stack, for Bald. Cill Hrnest Hlndloy's, Amorican Fork. -5.lt H. JANE D.' TAYLOR HAS FOn H cheap: A good glass top dish Hird; good wardroto and folding flnt-clafls condition. Apply to Houston, Chlpman's Store. 15-4t Hg-S A CHEAP LITTLE HOME fiale Two room frame bouse, Hinmmer kitchen, chicken coop. Hie, etc., and small orchard; lot Here. Fonr blocks from Main St., Hhlrd ward. $7G0 takes It. In Hit Alpine Pub. Co. office. HUlXCIty lot, 3.room hcuso, Hit, etc, 2Vj blocks north of H street. Prlco $850.00. Further Hesters call Alplno Pub. Co. 13-tf HfeWSPAPEUS FOR SALE AT Hi ef...

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. — 5 June 1920

BBBBBBP BBBBBBJ Bf piUt phi ntnv lli imp i wBBBBH 1 VbT 111 IE '- II I- ' I j SATURDAY, JUNE 0, J920. , -AMEiKCAN TTORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, jump , ' 1 AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J i I ?'. A-,wxT 1 II-' K?1py? HI No Underwear to small nono too H I1 largo but Chlpman's can furnish It Hjlji , Mm. Uoso It. Grant wont to Map. Bjl, lotnn Thursday to attend tho funeral Bj I ' of lior niece, Mrs, Frank Johnson. J i Mrs. John Ilusli' of Mammoth was In American Fork on Decoration .lay ySLw- vfultlng nltli relatives. , ill ' Mrs. A. K. Thornton la report d U 1 1 very low this week. Tito cause Is b thought to bo blood poison. 1 Bffl Do you need some old paper to put Bjfl under your enrpcts? Get It at Grants Bn Fnnn. BJRI Mr. and .Mm. Itouhon Clilpmun and BM 4 Mrn. Roy Myers motored to Shit Lako Bfl Tuesday and spent tho day with' rla- Hl ,lvcB ' HI Mr! and Mrn. Sid Xlcholon, Qr., BB i find Mr. Mid Mrs. Thomas Codillngtaii Bj I motored to Provo Thursday nnd at. BBj landed tho pageant nt th...

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. — 12 June 1920

tAmericfc kCitizen I fg AKiQM,F01tPMp7uNE 12, 1020. " Kvmm a M Mr ' ' ' - ... VJaM I BHEHl fc 1 COMMENCES ON M J. A: HUT I Work will commence Monday on the E. ' A hut up South rol'k Tbe Ervcture will be 36 feet wide and (M( long. It will b'ave stooping Lrimnti tbr 32 Bee Hive girls. It Eoi tiavo a modern kitrhon and an EsWmont hall, where games and bo E&T can be given,, which, will be B, js feet. It will be a one story Ejisg, built entirely of lumber and Estimated to cost 4000' v it Is situated In one of ih'e prettiest EoU In American Fork canyon and K rase down tho South Fork. It Kg a largo open field In front of tho Eliding silo which will be used as Flail grounds and camping ground Er tourists. On this square four Wffut tents fully equipped with bed's CT stoves, etc. i will b built. Each Est will accomodate 1 patrol of Boy Eouti. Ono of these will bo used Etho scoutmaster and as troop head. Eirters. Tho work on the building Eu be rushed and It is expected that B will bo compl...

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. — 12 June 1920

II 1 BBa! B 'Ibh BBm h .SBl BBa! fl SBl H it c - fl J SATUBDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. AMERICAN frOKK 0IT12EN, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, i Jfl 8 1 I i 1, . Do vou vant I I MILCH I I j cows I Riff J I have a carload of milch cows Durhams and Y J Holsteins JUST ARRIVED, and will start X I X soiling: them today JUNE 12th. 4 HE Part fresh and majority will freshen soon. Prices X HE T reasonable. X Hi X These cows can be seen at the residence of Mr. nj Hicks, Forks of Road, between Lohi and HK American Fork, State Road. SEE SIGN. t M 4 I.R.VAWDREY. J Hi -$ BflH Growth. BJBJ Married people should try to learn B'D how to prow townrdfl onch other. No BMh humnn thing, innrrliiRP least of nil, can EBfl bo allowed to grow imtcmU-il. It tnl:es BBU pains and thnuj;lit, ns well uh uimclf- BBfl Islincss, to crow pood marriages. BBflj Woman's Mn-nzltie. Hfl Surprlied Mother. H Tho missionary society was meeting BB at our house nnd tho woman who wan Bf to lead tho dcvotlonnts took tho clns- IB tic band from her ll...

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. — 12 June 1920

I hatUKDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. II 10 PRODUCE I GREATWHEAT CROP -Utah tills year will produco 1,000, mn buthols of wheat or 60 por cent EL than last year," flays M. M. uitln of tlio bureau of cropo CBtlmat H. ibis week. -Wlntor wheat," ho continued, "im Hmyed two poInU In condition In May Erf th'o crop seems better than for Ereral years. Tho condition of Krlng wheat is generally good, ul. Kough tho acreage Is 7000 Joss than El)19. Generally th'o decrcaso lg do Hed to sugar beets. BT shorlaK of seed was reported In Echftne county. "Oats promises about a halt mlltlpn Babels mora than last year, although' K icrcage Is smollor. "The condition of barley sown Is cx Hetlent, forcasttng a greater produc Hn than Inst year, although Micro Is Hfecrc&so ,n "' ncron5o. Ryo shows Better thnn last month with' prospects Kr a crop twlco as largo as last year. H"HiT conditions have advanced so Hen points the past month until tho recast 8 110W for n cron 3 pcr ccnt Hrftr tli'an last year. The woovll ha...

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. — 12 June 1920

H p J ----.i -- -- - - -IslsllllllBmMlBBBBBlBBjBBJBBBBBBlliaaSBllsaaP --- JjVH B SATURDAY, JCTNE 12, 1920. AEktC4NFQ CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JIJNei, M H - j KNEE DEEP IN JUNE j 111 " Slf Mw l i Hi r$W ' m-- ' (VaVflflll H .BASEBALL'S GAMEST & vAHiirr I c-flHIK H Bnbe nuth, nomo-run olugger H with this ?few York Yankees, hasi H proved bin greatness by bis game- H ness. Sold for tho re-)rd prlca B of (120.000 to the ' -.rks, nuth B got away to a ioor start and 1 vu "panned" to the limit. De- HHH Ple th,s l)0 knPt on t(7lDff Tbon gM he stalled hitting and today fans B are raving as nuth In again well H on bis way to broak the record B which he act himself Inst year of "7 homor. in nnn season. 5!!E LEADS CALL ON TWO. CONVENTIONS bVHbVHHHHHHHHHHK BVTj&VBBVHHHHHHHr sbbbb PiLrm l . Mrs. Maudo Wood Park of Bos ion, chairman of the National .league of Women Voters, la now n Chicago heading a delegation vltb (i equost to the Republicans hat the Issuee vital to women be written Into the par...

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. — 12 June 1920

fcllBPAY, JUNE 12, 1920. ' AMERICAN FOBKCJETIZEN, f SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. ' ffll Pleasant Grove Department ,' 1 pSiToo I LEE BUSINESS I THIS SEASON fork nt tho Cannery will begin KrdV morning, starting with the KwbcrrleB. Thoy will can from Hut to 1,500 cnBcs of berries this Bt Tomllnson Brothers have about Hatr-eight acres o trawbirrtcB K,. nov and will coiUmM'ki the Kr business unUl the? the Hrtcre mark. Th'ey fltftte on mak. HUOO to $1000 net on berries. Bike Is a splendid opportunkr for Kfii in this community to go Is the E? business, one of tho mostpro. ble and bett paying. hy will can practically every, kind ftilt this season, either in jellies, L or fresh. Already from, fifty uUnty-flvo tons of cherries have Kn purchased for canning. Practl Elr'alt of Maplcton, Provo llench n pleasant Grove cherries havo Hjn purchased by the Cannery. Hrbc trucks aro busy now, out go ttiag up strawberries, and the rasp. Err nd chorrlcs will soon bo ready. hi will bo ouo of tho busiest Bca. ...

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. — 12 June 1920

I SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. AMERICAN FOltK 01T1ZEN. SATURDAY, JUNP W '9 r i IB ' I I 'LOCAL I f. Good horso takes rot caning tlio liny ff -can btt had nt Chlpman's. i ft Thos. Coddlngtou loft Wednesday . for Colton, whero liu will Rpond sov- ' fit crnl d.'iys on business. I." MrB. .James Chlpman, Jr., end Mro. ' i Foster Nleholrs were tho guests of j r Salt I-ako relatives Tuesday. jj) i Tnko your pick les either sweet ijlg .' or sour. Iloloy's sell ihom Ioobo. m I fljC' I Mrs. Thomas Coddlngton was n Jf Bolt l.aku visitor tlio end of this mfi wrok. H , A br.liy boy arrlwd at tho homo of mm Mr. nnd Mrs Fred Cheover Inst week BJ but ctloti n ohort time after birth. mW ' Mi Mrs. Jan. tippcrnon nnd Mrs, Iteu- t; bon Chlpman werwo Salt Iako visit. Kj ors Monday. I For Borvlco nnd courteous treat ment, trndo f.t Robinson's Grocery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sid Nlcholcs, Sr., ore spending this wook at Soldier Rmn inlt, visiting with relatives. Mrs. Thomas Uun-ntt wont to Salt Lako Sunday nnd spent tli...

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. — 12 June 1920

B -BHri BV nBBn IriJRDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. SU AMERlOFOiiKOTnZEN. SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1920- African Fork OitLsen oSS-Alplnernk.C.UWf. pROOnESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION I SUHSC1UPTI0N I rear-In Advance $2.00 uontbs-ln Advance ....... 11.26 altered as S.ond-Class Matter at Ofice at American Fork. Utah. t7flaiford" Publisher Hbieri)lon to Tfce Clflica and Stilew arc payable In adrance B (0 tlmc-SaTO Uiat 59 cent. I Classified 1 I Ads I ! I KOft SALE BiTED TO TRADE OR SELL Bod 80.acro farm, located In Ben- uinlali' county. Full wator right Lid conslilor Utah county prop. B Communlcato with J. M. Lund- Dennett, Utah. 12.4t-pd BoU) CH1X; WHITE LEGHORNS BspecIM rates, lota of BO or moroj (Barred and Whlto Rocka, Reds, I Orpingtons, Anconaa, Dlack Min is, Duff and Drown Leghorns. Eh Crows, Seawrlght, Cal. 12.1t-i SALB-Houso and lot In th'o Bird ward, Plc&sant Grove. For Knatlon see N. Gunnar Rnomos- 12-tf MeS A CHEAP LITTLE HOME K jalc Two room frnmo house, lummer kitchen, chicken coop, l...

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. — 12 June 1920

fJWPT!iiBHMHHHHBBHH ' '! ' i Hf 4- Sjif V -it 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. . AljlUCAN FORK CITIZEN ffigjjfr SATUBDAJUnbio I . Chautauqua In is a Community wL I enterprise. Sup ill ' port it and M. ' make this a bet 11 "" ter community II in which to ill ' I ve- I . III , . B I 1 Boost QMS , GET YOUR TICKETS If EARLY! H R TELL ALL YOUR I FRIENDS I Boost I B SEASON TICKETS P Adult's , $2.60 j wfc Student's . . .',.. . $1.26. S .Children's $1.00 yH. Plus War Tax Ht HL r ---, DON'T FORGET THE PATEfeAMERlOAN, FORK, UTAH-JULY 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th- T fllfl H81 AMsBBfl 3l ' ? - E v r Hpl F H HB "BTkliHIi HrJfcB1 ) SI ' mf W Si r V VII JULY 4 -"- 6-78, 1920 m DAILY PROGRAM lJbi SEASON TICKETS I . . I DAILY SCHEDULE S a - Five Days of Big Events SS:S Note: Adult tickets of com. $2. CO ' Evening Concort ;. 7:30 War Tax Extra " ' Evening Lecture 8:00 v FIRST DAY Ercmlng Concert Tho Overseas Orchestra Former A. B. P. Entortalnors Afternoon Opening Announcements of tho Week, Chautauqua D'ct'r Ad...

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