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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 July 1920

AmericanJFfc Citizen a hot mi- 1 ft COMPLETED I BYjNEXT WEEK L H. Ii A. hut la now nearly Ehtjj, u Is stated by those in HJjtht It will bo built, fitted ms? for occupancy by the end Mu vek. In addition to this four Mtt teats have been erected, L nil b ready for occupancy at Huie timo, Th'o building -will Lk sleeping quarters for 32 grls ftkelr keepers. It also contains K-, "amusement hall and a fine E. An organ and graph'ono Eilratdy bcn donated and every f nn forward o ,s rery sue. KL) etmplng season for the boys Hrti there, this summer. H cost o( tho building and equip HtilU be something near $4000.00, CiMch'ls to bo raised' by the dif E( nrds ot tho atako, Enotual camp fs sjtuated up Hftftrk, on what Is 'known as El-t. It Is two miles down tho E from the Commercial Club Hftt Uu base. of. Mi. .Tlmpanogos. Em will bo welcome at the camp Bd Ubm. T. MR1M FjFTH OF MY h program for Indopcndonco day H, it, outlined will bo brlof but Hwtkig Tlie flag will bo raised flnfuies fired at sunr...

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 July 1920

iBl SATURDAY. JULY 3. 1920. C AMRRICAN FOHK C1TJZEN. ; SATURDAY. jmlV,'H 111 IPStC M3 . -?ng9 1 Ipl I iv Gar Mil v " $ il ' j The .Glorious Fourth I i j K - j Ipl It seems to bo Iho fnsliion of tlicso uftcrwar days jfi i among certain groups of people, especially in the cities, ;l i t to sneer at patriotism. rlTo the sentiment of lovo of our Hi; ) country, thoro nro plenty of people who try to back up H I ! all the ills that have come upon us. Is sugar extortion- Br ' i utelyhigh? Drat such a country! Aro the railroads ffl! bad performers? Democracy is to blame. Aro the Ijp I - politicians rambunctious? The country is going to If ; the devil. Jji ';j Nothing of tho kind. The country is not at fault, ME tho republic anil democracy are as glorious as they over III were, the nation is as right as it ever was. Tho trouble If i is human. If thoro aro wrongs they are wrongs por 12k petroled by human pcoplo and thoy will be corrected fl$ thoy cannot persist in thiB democratic republic. Wjk...

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 July 1920

m " liff MrnnDAV, JY J 192Q- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920. Iffi'J Mm' wm- I MEN NOW ON. ".M,- hrt3 tho people ar0 glv K. oupport. Wo arc not Mtot PondlnB any tlmo with B! y tobacco, w0 expect thorn Hrf'M tho Job ,n cvorr wny -T Jtumitancos, And when. -KrJi. Somo of our bcst clU" KL jtecco, tioy aro trying to Kjr'rodt)i' arc trying to refrain H., jjarious habit. Undon, CB70n)vc and I-chl arc tnklng H 'to vlth J1"cnco and wo H,, tho noxt two weeks tho rftV'10rlh ond of Ul,s county d,; up tlio campaign. I toftwk'.,' I U'o proamblo and H'i y tho campaign. " ' Committee. lt Smoke (.'nmiialgn IKta ',o tin resolutions adopted Enbcri ot th0 American Fork H;tic.i In tho campaign IBom of tho deadliest foes that &Kivx4 tho human family. BctH-Tcbacco was placod on Hltaiuod for tho restoration of 'Kilt, and Is not fit for tho h'u Hjy-'ud its usc among tho hu. Kh'-i been tho nionns of trc- 'H, jo'Wi westo and dostruc- Ka.TW'tof Umn &10 ,at0 wor,d lid jot, notwithstanding ...

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 July 1920

5p"!tt!MHIIHHflHHHHHHHHHiliiHHHHHHHiHHIHilH I'M -SATU DAY, J t'LY ,1, J920. AMERICAN Ft KK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, julv , J II PLEASANT GROVE ' III LOCALS H'' &! B K Mr., and Mrs. Cllflon Clark motor- B S cil (n I .oh I Sunday evening. iKI CTJ 'Bj SUf Mrs. iHiftn llrynn eutoitnliied tlio Blft, members -r llio Literary Club at her Hjl honic Inst T'tir.-dr.y nflo.noon. i ff i ' 'I'll" relatives nnd fi lends of Mm. "ill Mnrtha Wooley mi i prised lici on liar flPtxt vj blrth'day, onu iluy thU wcok. 'II (I Mi a Mrs. ' '' Hnivey returned liomo mMf from Salt take Sunday, cil'tcr spend- Knl ' Jnp tho past two weeks there. Hfll bevikw mn Hl ( Dr. mid Mrs. John '.. Drown nie' HH t family of Salt take, visited relatives Ktf(v hero Sunday. ' , j MR l'rof. Clina. Kent of Bull tako do. H 8 . llvcrod an lnPornuil program at tlio Hk B resldont of WS I,. Hayes Tuesday a. Wmh I onlng to thirty or forty friends. Kfjll Dr. and Mm. Qrua and twins left WijK , Thursday for a trip to tho oastorn BBs'lf stat...

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. — 3 July 1920

j JTOBP; JULY ;,2Q' " AMERICAN MWK ClTlfchj,, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920. 8 j Pleasant Grove Department ' MORE PAVING WILL BE LAID IN , ; I 1920JHANANY PREVIOUS YEAR Taxpayers Should Bear in Mind That These Roads Are Their Boads and They Should Take Enough Interest to See That I These Boads Are Properly Constructed and Properly ' Cared for After They Have Been Constructed. W.J.Sloan. I State Inspector, Interviewed. f Bill ,. , I Moro hard surfaced roads will bo laid in Utah in 1020 , Hn in nny year iirtho history of tho state. Unless plans of tho state road commission goes ngco the , main north and south highway of tho state will ho paved from payson io Ogdcn nndnqnrly to Brigham City before tho end of tho season. y H io addition to tho main stato hlgh' Hur nearly evoo' city botweon Drig Htm on tho north' to Pnyson on the Himtb Is olthor paving or preparing Htop" this year. Tlio paving through imrlcsn Fork will bo completed by lih last of July end paving in Lohl 1, already started, and ...

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 July 1920

an rMM M SATUKDAV, JULY .'I, 1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JULY 3 wM il I LOCAL - J 1$ People say Hint lxn has tlio '""t at vinegar In town puro yinlt--Try It. tt Mr. anil "uV3. James llnllcey and ', Mr. mid Mrs. Will Condor woro U-hl 1' I visitors Saturday ovcnlng. ' 11 Glen Gardner of Salt Ixiko spent I IS Sundny lioro with Ills parents, Hlshop J I Ij And Mrs. Jns. T. Onrdnor. m U Tlio now nddltlon 011 tlio homo or ,i I Mr. and Mra. Dull Singleton lias Hill bcon ;omldtfd this wuok tind la now gljj in uao. Iln jj If you ubo good oil for tlio iiuto, Ll II It will Inni yon longer. Monogram M l Mld by Chlpinan's Ih best. HI IHI llaymond Jucklln arrived homo U Monday 'after spending four mouths W J in Nevada 11 ml California, wlicro ho In I ,hns boon working. 1 I Mra. Jamqn Owens nnd Mrs. Geo. UK Fiorcy and children of Salt Lake, ' Hjt -woro guoss nt tlio home of Mr. and Ii'i! Mrs. Hoy Steele tills week. JjjjJ Nols CoiiIhoii of Pleasant Grovo Hi Is upending the wock In Highlan...

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 July 1920

,.OTmPAY, JULY 3 1920. . AMERICAN FOKK OITlfflQa SATURDAY. JULY 3, 11ML Ml oonESSIVE INDEPENDENT simscniPTiON H, .Tir-In Advanco 2.00 ff JSt-in AdfM. Vll-25 I rntired S-oond-Class Matter at Mooce at Amor,cnn Fork' utah' riTflaUtorfj' Publisher '7JMrticripl,n to The CISich and iw Keitow arc payable In rtrance 1 D tlmo-SaTe Uiat W cents. Classified 1 I! Ads I I for sali; jIACHINEUY FOK SALE 1 mow0r, I i peering binder, plows and hnr IroTi. 2 low" wheol wagons, Mid ton IbMd'of h'owcs. Apply to or phono Hit h. I" Hunter, American WU "; 'rOR SALE 10 aero larin, In fruit, H pain, Mid potatoes; 6-room house, mnerlM, barns, etc. Good water ifcM; electric lights and city water jlpod'to place. For particulars call l Alpine Pub. Co. or Phone 85. 19:tf I FOR SALE Eight good milch cows; I also ono purebred Holstoln bull. Itiqulra at Foatherstone farm, Amer. leu Fork. 9'tf WANTED TO TRADE OR SELL B Good 80.acre farm, located In Bon Hult, Uintah' county. Full water right -Would conBldor Utah count...

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 July 1920

fl 1 ,1 PATUKDAy, JULY 3, 1Q20. AMEBIC; V FOmROlTlZli ,T J SATUBDAYJUr.Y 3, vJ 'J I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J 1 I 4' IE Tho Red Star youst cakes uro fresh I wg Bold at Chlpman's, 2 Tor 5 cents. W Airs. Uyron Crookston wnB at Lehl ! K Wednesday, tho guost of Montis. I I Mr. and Mrs. Heed Deck nro bulld- l lng thorn a now brick bungalow on 1IK th'olr ran:U at Highland. m if 3 K I Wr8, Sanl Wnllor of feasant Grove yJrjji spent thrso days or tho wcelc lioru jjHi wlU hor sister, Mrs. S. T. Shelley. j M Mrs. Anno Christiansen or Picas. ,1 llg nut Grovo spent Wednesday here '.villi LL jjtj li'or mothor, Mrs. Jos. Ingorsoll. Uli l'r (lags, sparklers, pistols, rooters, Hit dolls, decorations, horns, balloons, Ml? uio., go to GRANT'S. Open July ntW Wt&m Mrs. John Admns o( DlnQhrin,';is Unit tho guort oi' her parents, Mr. l'ud Kllll Mrs. riobt. Proctor. Vjjlf ! J UIR Mrs. J. 1. Jenson or Idalio is vis. R$g Itlng horo wllh h'cr mothor, Mrs. PJJjf Am oh Wagstaff. Jul Johti Robinso...

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 July 1920

? u .. - - vfK AliiericanJFirk Gitizeiily 1 K5tt f AMERICAN FOBK, UTAH, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920. 'XUitimPJ. ' ifl BIN DIVES FROM MOVING KliOAT ON UTAH LAKE AND DROWNS I BEFORE ASSISTANCE COULD REACH HIM Mtl ' It knn Mossncr, 21 years old, son of S. H. Mcssncr, n K&einl residing at Hartford, Indiana, drowned Sunday, mfin Utali lake, just south of this city, after diving from Hggmotorboat. Ho was tho property manager of the Ejfriito Chautauqua,, who have been playing in our city If pat wock. Ho had beea K, wvcral days, during 'which' Efcid put up tho trig tent and Errtt)!ng ready tor tho opon. Kabtr of the Chautauqua. HT Sunday, Dr. 0. M. Clark, Eut of tho Commercial club and fferner, took oovoit.1 of tho Kjdown to tho lako to show t food Umo and mnko their Htftu pleasant r.s poatiblo. Thoy Keen In bathing, when tho local Hde arrangements to takfl tho Hn out on tho launch belonging HjakGrastclt. Flvo of tho pnr E Delat and Messra. Moosner Kalth' from the Chautauqua Co, Etliro loca...

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 July 1920

I s ' 1 SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITESEH SATURDAY. .TTtf.v 1q W I COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS VERY 6EN- J ROUS WITH TAX- I PAYERS' MONEY 'fjm 9ur DoiiDci'it.V County Commls. jj jlji , c'onorij, Ucosj, of I'nyflon; Thomaa ifjji rf vl'rovo; and Wr.dloy of PlooBant fflm (i':tvo or Mnnllr., aio a very pcnorou.i SjS itL-of county officers, whora ono of Jntljj the! party wo'.korn nro concorncd. mm Wo'h'avo hcai'i! of their magnanimity iMwi tcforo, with taxpayers' monoy to holp K v S tutfd up tholr political fcucos, but M v- - - vo don't know of anything so bn:- M j rqjily "pulled oft" before, ns wa3 Kg ddno Inst Tuosday In awarding the H tonlract for publishing county ordln- U uncofl, notices, legal notices, etc., for Ml f ono year. tjjois; Jast wook, In a garbled way, thov jjjn' fAcii for blda on oold work and ro. Wis cu'.vcd thrco, ns follows: Miji .I'rovo Post 10 cents por lino for tfjljlf ',rt insortlon; D cents per lino for Kjiu each additional Insertion. Hfj .Vrovo Herald 9...

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 July 1920

w" , Ibbbbbbbb primDY, JUH 10, 1920. AMEBIOANFOJm: CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1SCMX fI . i tj.!,,! i . WMBBBB ; MIY OF BASEBALL IS WEEK AND WE WJN THREE GAMES .J. fin of thla city have hud "tho J their lives" this week. There "tart tM ball aplenty and tho ' TVf it all Is that Wo won th'reo 'vL Friday we won anothor ifgune when we defeated Lohl fJi flftb tlmo, the wore being i Parker and Wilson tangled In Llig dud and Parker won bo of the superior support given " He 'really pitched a ohut-out ll d deserved It too, as LehVs -rjj was mado through an or. , The runner was coming in ' wa was put out by Catchor If Robinson, but Reed dropped ,1, thus giving th'om their only pirker also mado one grand big l-un. Holmstcad walked once latfa J safe hits, one of which nlbagffer. ,11 jot 6 hits from Parker, while locals garner 10 frdni' Wlloon. i errors wero mado by the locals lMr was their splendid teom 4 ih'own to bettor advantage Monday's Game. 1 a record-breaking crowd KHd the same between D...

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 July 1920

Iff ',; " ' ATWIDAY, JULY 10, 1920. AMERICAN RRK OIfeN. - SATURDAY, .tittv J J PLEASANT GROVE I ' LI!iLS I if! i Miss Jennie Fago spont Sunday nnd S' Monday In Hprlngvllle. 3i ', Br Miss Hnzel Nelson wn3 r- Salt Inko I W IsKor Inst Wednesday. !l jKj N. C. Nlolson, Jr. spent this 8J ,woek In Snlt Lnko. jltl Miss Myrtlo Anderson of Salt Inko ill 'apent Sunday nnd Monday here. I ! Owen Andorton of tayton spent ' fljftv " the forepart of tlio weok horo. Lfilil ' Mm. C. A. Cobbloy of Snlt I -alto I'BlUI , visited hero with relatives. LUll i I MM . Mayor J. J. Hayes wan a Salt Uiko Blf' Tloltor Tuesday. Bli "' KjB Omer taraon was n Salt I-ake vis. Bb . llor tho 'forepart of tli'o week. H ' Mrs. Mary Armlstoad and Eliza fill1 Armlstoad spent Monday In Provo. MBS W. O. Harfcy of Salt Iiko spent Mil Bpndny nnd Monday here. Smm Salt Lake's Jiy Orchestra at tie. HB , ' sera tonight, Saturday, July 10. T.r- U "' HB Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Holdaway nnd Uj family spent Sunday and Monday up BH American...

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 July 1920

" snlflsrJI HI!' AIUliY 1920' AMERICNF0BK01TIZKKt - SATUBDAY, JULY 10, lfla.fr j WZmvjl Fork CHtiitm JPJJjBe Pa. C. BMf. IT 2"TL8jve INDEPENDENT BflJBI-ICATION LbB i "''' ms "SCMCBIPTION Bit-to AdTnc0 IJ.00 JIn Advance II " . a gHnd-01an Matter at KJe, it American Pork, Utah. KfajwZT". Publlaher KptJoM to Tfce Clteen Ml WzZ ire payable !- Kftae-SaTe that t cewts. Classified X I Ads I FOR SALE B SALS 10 aero farm, In fruit, bind potatoes; 6-roora houae, Em, bams etc. Good water B electric lights and city water B'to place. For particulars call Efts Pab. Co. or Phone 86. 19.tf I gALE Elgh't good milch cowa; B on purebred Holsteln bull. Kl it Fenthorstono farm, Amer. IS. BfS A CHEAP LITTLE IIOME Kitle Two room frame houae, nmmer kitchen, chicken coop. Ik, etc., and small orchard; lot En. Fonr blocks from Main St., Rid ward. $760 takes It. In Kit Alpine Pub. Co. office. SALE-Clty lot, 2-room house, In etc., 2V4 blocks north of li'trtet Prlco $850.00. Further IcoUri call Alplno PuM. Co. 1...

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 July 1920

Has " IbbH vB " " f"" i,m' a v t bbbF mm vBBV mm BB' Hi :bh Bu "SI BBv YbV I SATUBDAY, JULY 10, 1920. MERIOAX FO )RK 0IT1ZBN ' " SATURDAY. Jm.v ft M m ' - f-a- - 1 fj t AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS 3 444444444444444U4444444 M' For fruit Jarn, Jolly glasses, caps, Bj rubbora, go to Hnnlng'on Grocery. t Mrs. Emily Pnxmnn nnd daughter H Nolllo, nnd Mr. nnd Mr a. Thomas B Martin motored to Salt Lako Wodnos- if day nnd apont tli'o day on ploaouro. 11 i Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Adams and I ! Ron Howard, left Wcdnosday for Snlt iH Lnko, iwli'ora they will mako their JH futuro homo. Ill Mrs. Sarah .Tones arrived homo LI S - from Ogdon.last Saturday, aftor h'av- 1M ing spont ton days with her daughtor, 19 . Mm. Dollft Clark, who la now Improv. lilt '"8. nftor having boon seriously III. M Another big spoclal on brooms 1 B again tho beat In tho land at Grant's I P I only 7Gc all next week. c . r I x , j , 'A. 11. Adams has been limping if if . nround, using n cano for tho past VW wcok, having...

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 July 1920

American Pijrlf Citizen ( I HxVlL AMERICA'N FORK, UTAli, TUi6l JULY 17, 1920. " N NUMBED 23 ' H IH j" ' ' i u, . - .-. . - -- -' v : gin gflP THIS YEAR WILL BE I LARGEST AND BEST ON RECORD flntah will produce 1,384,000 tons of sugar beets this year, Slant favorablo conditions continue through tho season, flXg to the July report issued by the burau of crop eati Hnitcd States departments agriculture, through Minor Stfin agricultural statistician for tho bureau. This is jK$ tons more than last year. The acreage this year is 13 H jretUr lhan ,a:,, year' CB" 'C. U3,900 acres in Utah, and Hck fo' lh0 frct;,rle8 nUtah. atlon 1 vary good very. Vt the state." oayo tho report. BlolltHn compares tho tonnago Ht ntr, whlch reached tho then Hinted flsuro of 1,015,000 ton3. iKfir coatcnt of boots was rather Hfea usual In 1919, and tho Lft la storago was groator, but Joined, from other reports of Hetu how that tho Utah factor 'Ktjear produced 101,025 tons of K Figuring on a basis of 10 per Hikrinka...

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 July 1920

tHr t I 'bV K t H bibb III ''bbbm 1 I SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1920. AMERICAN 2-QUK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, jUly . I : t S!mI ' 2 '5 Bci 12 :4. AM ' 'Ha -B Si FIRST-OLASS WORK AND MATERIAL ARE WHAT, '1ft ...,,,. ,. -V s ESTIMATES ON ALL WORK FURNISHED ''! 1 I WE OFFER FOR YOUR PATRONAGE. "' ' PWt '.',., ' FREE OF CHARGE i'Bi 1 ' 2 18 Wp I 5n 1VI Q T OTT '-p nlri I No.s,w. IYX . j5 lVJIl lehi, Utah P !1 4 Office . .-w ,7'h ' VUII 'Mho ! - PLUMBING and HEATING iJ ft i WHERE QUALITY COUNTS ,m II m fit ' ' l,Bolc II J! 2" Our Business is steadily growing RRlSSBIBHRIIHfl Our Large Stock of Goods enables ft. yjl because of the service we arc con- 4J- ?;l?!9!9IRiHHlVCT!KiHH us take care of W Jot) at 4 V: , if ' stantly giving. , l V,2 H",, V?'", . i gfttignHB "; Oil v ? bbbbbbbbbbbB ";'VV iHfK-' v'l R v' 9BAIHK' HH Plumbing and Heating in all its " M 'f'- - 7:vi;l fBaJBB branches. ; Bflj Our' Service is good because of the HBMflEmUBHBPyDHHBHBpBB H,: mm X' first-class merchandise and because B wBHIIkP...

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 July 1920

- " mm nMYJULY 17, 1920. AMERICAN FORK bJTlZlfr ' SATURDAY, JULY 17, 190 H MIBUIION I VOCATIONAL FUND I . te of a 200 subsidy per 1 iih 26 high schools of Utah tdre a tlcl ot 10,000 from mZ Tocationtl cducaUon fund. Elation 13 announced as fol. he following h'Bli schools, ?C00 ft LeM. PK"11 Grovo' Ur,Sh'am Iti. following schools, $400 each: ftZ Fork, Hyruni, Rlchmnd, Kile RooseNclt, l'arowau, Bandy, Morgan, Spanish' Fork, Sprlng coalTnie, Mount Pleasant, Moro. uti OranUvlllo and Tooele. K,' following $200 each: Pny ooibIiod, BIckncll, Murray and ftiUotmeat of $10,000 for homo ftetci 1 apportioned among tho Khools of tho state as follows: ftem Fork, Lehl and Pleasant TJJ.62 each"! Prdvo Bench, fto Bowlder, $786.72; Richmond, K Urnim, $431.66; Kaysvllle, K; Duchesne, $214. EG; Hunting. lJ7.52! Granite, $764.80; Mag Kig; parownn, $177.62; 8andy K; Ncphl, $357.60; Morgan, K;' Springvlllo and Spanish H 334.62 each; Payson,-l297.68; ft Pleasant, $257.60; Moroni, R; Coalvlllo, $214.56; Sal...

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 July 1920

SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1020. . AMMlCN FORK C1TI2MN. , r SATURDAY, jttt.v .t M i PLEASANT GROVE iff LOCALS i Q " m The Darky .Inxjiy Hand at Genera, Oh tonight, Saturday, July 17lli. I M5, h Arc J fin going to (lie W dunce at ' K" Geneva, fnnlghtl Tlio time of jour life. K Don't forget In1' big Jazzy duiiro 1 H tonight nt (JenciTn. Everybody (rolng. i II Miss Nnilcy Anderson of Snlt Jxiko iliyj was n wock end visitor here. IIJK IK MrH. Itobcrt MnOmlo spent this 1 K- week wllli Mrs. Harold Walker. Ill h m Mrs. C. W. Kllsworth nnd chlldcn I if., arcnl Sunday In Am. Fork. Ill' ( Itolll Thornton wen a Salt tako Blfr'-'" vloltor, Friday. fljj CK Mlas Jcnnlo Faco In spending her ft IK' Tacatlon In fijnehoano with' relatives. Ifflfi Mltchcll'Armlstcad of Livingston, UnT Mont., In vlBltlng hero with' his rao- BSf Hut, Mrs. Mary Artnlstoad WU, , I Miss Ituby Wrlgh't opgnt Sunday" In JB; ' flalt Lake, visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs. E feertr&trt Wort. KK Mlsn Kntlo Smith wca tho Satur- flK day nnd ...

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 July 1920

iiH gATtJBDAY, JUf.Y17,920. AMERICAN FOK CITEes SATURDAY, JULY 17, i?2. , '" ' 1 ;NB Mill i ' I I .,.-, .. ' . IB lB ' ' "" 1 Jit-i.. . ' . n If Pleasant Grore Department I llllARD R. DRIGGS j I WILL DELIVER ORATION !J ONJULY 24TH ( Plans aro now under way for a fitting obscivnnco of Pioneer Day. I recent years wo liavo shamefully ' iLtKtcd to show duo honor and sc. meet to this holiday, which has Dcea !!tpart and dedicated.. ,tho com- meaoraUon of tho Mpmwtfploneersj a'M wiwo tamo has spreaijitoall parti rftho earth. That memorable jour. I uf In 1846-7 from tho Mississippi rlrer to the Valloy of tho Great Salt B uxt has gone down lnMilstfry as I th'a greatest example of lium'an en. I durance and persoveranco over known. H Those early settlors who havo bovna I the beat and burden of their day ;tio rapidly disappearing from our miOjt. H ut us not forge thbso who aro still I with us. Tho least that wo can do, ho are now enjoying tho frulta oi I their toll and sacrifices, Is this, to I...

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 July 1920

1bBBBJ' ' ' H fB JKp ' hB SATURDAY, JULY 17, 102O. . AMERICAN FQKK CITIZEN, SATUBDAY, JULY 17 W I i I; I ' LOCAL, I jM Watch for 0 Hint's bis nnnunl Ited M B n,,(l A"rt,on ai,1- VomUxB B00n' B Miss Helen McCleory ni rived liomc Bj Sundny fiom Suit 1-nka where sho has B been visiting liur sister, B Malt, hops, cups mill cippers Mid nil Bj tho material to niiiko Kood hor.m-nndo H ni tho HiinltiKton Oiocoi. JiB lllss Iupz Ambrose) loft the end of H: too week Tor Sr.lt liko. whero sho IB will upend an Indefinite tlmo with mm hr,r 8'8ler' MrHl '0,in I,,n,s' I1W. Mr. S. T. Walker of Pleasant i Grove, was In American Koik Sunday IB tho Rucst of Mr. pud Mrs. Alma How- ! Jey fin Mm. (JeorRo Palmer and Mrs. J. K W 8uU,Tnn who aro vl3ltlnK horo JUt from Michigan, spent part of th'o JHf' week at Salt l.ako with relatives. JjEi Tho Misses May find Ida Jones' and Mm- May Wilcox wont to Provo' Monday Bwy and spent part of tho woelc tli'cro with Bil' relatives. Hf BB A W' nuckwaltor arrived homo 1Q...

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