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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 July 1920

fll -it BBJ jJBm nnl sH ISH MminAY, JULY 17, 1920. - AMERICA FOKK.GITIZEN. SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1930. '! tBTHrican Fork Citixem B8SSSPBfc,CfcBMr' fcjJIrasivB INDEPENDENT PB PUBLICATION sunscnu'TioJf , Trtrm Advanco .1 2.00 ,WirtM-In Advanc IU5 Binibieripl'on to Tfce Clfliea and Wfctkff arc payable IradTanee ' KjVi thnc-SaTC that W cents. L,t ed a S"9id-01asa Matter at Mfoace at American Fork. Utah. flflj - mi - jiford ... Publisher ! Classified 1 I Ads , I LOST Vr-noll of bedding between Am Krlcan Fork and M. I. A. hut Kj going up Canyon Monday. Fin. Kpk&so return to A. W. Buckwnl K American Fork. REWARD. bt i " ' .flsT-finnday, July 111 Pearl en. Kruted Cameo brooch, on Stake fcruiclo grounds. Finder roturn h. M. Blackh'urst, to M. & M. K. American Fork. Reward. 17-lt.p fl FOR SALE BBi oCSEHOLD GOOLS FOR SM BaU our furnituro wll. Ifo sold a put sacrifice. Sato sarts Satai. Br morning at 9 a. m. and con. Kva till Sunday night. Call at Kos Wsgstaff rosldonce, 220 No: lii Bcond ...

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 July 1920

HI' ' 'HB HI "H h, ;jH m SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1920. ' V'AMERAN FORK CITIZEN,. ; SATURDAY, Jm.v ' If IP J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS , - J $3 ........ -i............'! a. JDi A few of th'oso Rood Urooms lo't 3; for 75c at tlio HnirlnRton Grocery. H S. W. Chlpman left Friday morn Hj Iiir for Colorado, whoro ho will spend Hj And Indefinite tlmo on business, K Hcnd tlio nd of (ho pror.easl ! . lumber, M. S. ott, In thin Icsuo. jlj foinctliliifc Intorostli.R for all. B Mrs. I.. 0. Sheraton of Salt Iko B wis in American Fork Sunday, the IS i;ucst of rclntlvcs. lB.1 A bhr Taricfy of Irlramcd Hatx IK AT HALF PRICK-nt M. and I. Chip. I Hi man.. In Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnk Oardnor of ift l'rnvo nro visiting this week at Am. IB, Fork wIthMr. Gardner's parents, Ms. IK', hop nnd.Mro. Jas. T.' Gardner. JH' fy,l . imLi Announcement in mndo of th0 mar- !:' rlugo of Mrs. Thalia Iiycock of thla W city nnd Sam dough of Lohl. Tho llj. wedding took placo In Sal Lako last IjM wcok. iB( KM Mutual hut, tlio...

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. — 24 July 1920

American F Jrk Citizen r 1 fXVlI. AMERICAN FOHK, UTAH, SATUBfjR JULY 24; 1920. - ' NUMBER 24 I flli ffiANG WHO ROBBED ;iHE i. C. PENNEY STORE SUPPOSED ! 10 BE UNDER ARREST IN CALIFORNIA ieritf Williams hn-H received a message giving the infor Stbat Gcorgo Kniglit had been ancstcd in Alameda, Id was being held for tlo Utah tounty sheriff in Cali T Knight is supposed to havo been one of the gang who j fee J. 0. Penney store in this city a few months ago, $ Bank and a Bank at Laytou, tho Columbia Music .( .tore of Provo, and the tho sheriff's Informants, whom lio told jtey gtoro at Spanish crk. ,'taown as Roy Dean and Oeo. pi la supposed to havo been jf thoroughly organized COM"- Sheriff Williams' has nfrtqutsltion papers and will to burglar to Provo In tho jut (o stand trial ntcctlon with the above ar. n'oicers of Callforlna ndvlcs i hare also arrested William pa, alias William King, and IJiMiner, alias Charlos King. K to tho California officers (omen pawned a groat amount ? la San Fr...

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. — 24 July 1920

1 1 H; SAIUJtDAr, JUliy 24, 1020. AMEBIC!? FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, jmT. M JUVENILE JUDGE 1 MAKES ANNUAL REPORT H ; Juvonljo Judge Gmitinr ItnamusRon Bjj i this week Ifisucil the following ro'ioit iljl ' on thb work of the Juvenile- court In If ;f this county: I'' During, tho hIx months from Dec. Si; 1, 1910 to .luno 1, 1920, tho Juvonllo K Court In Utah' County handled 210 t cusps, 79 in court nnd 131 out of court. UK , 01 theso 107 wore boys nml 23 (?lrls. iij Tho most frequent brfonso was tru ll'' nny with C2 cnBca. Thin represents ffj oi'ly thu most serious cases of tru il iMicy, us tho Juvonllo Offlcors nttond jTl i ol to many times that numbor which Ky' no tccord wns kept. K Other rnsoB woro pollt larceny 32; (R;, lihli.R Irlmcco, 21; Immoral conduct, 9u 19; trospasnlnB, U; Incorrlglblty 11; ' 1 ' disturbing tho pcaco, 7; gambling, 7; Jl using liquor, C; violating blcyclo or. II .' j illnnnco, C; forging checks, 3; vlolat II if! lng currow ordlnanco, 2; visiting pool j 1 ;jf ro...

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. — 24 July 1920

H JWr n t , bhhhhhhhi hjsf piKi ON . Iff MILK FACTORY HHj HL suite. Monday on tho lay- . -aent 'foundation for tho v fcctory, which la to bo on the old Spratloy corner, W,..,t for tho cement work was K to tho Chlpman Mere. Co. HUng l, 43 fcot w,d0 nn(1 KL it Hl bo built of brick 1,1 contain comploto mnchlnery Hlg milk' l ice Main street on tho north Ki (x built closo to ho Chad. Kopcrtr " lhc caBt Thcr0 room tor tho railroad opur and H Urge building to tho west H(t is to bo rushed to complo. d when they Bot th'o lot cov Hgfc boau.lf-1 lawns and flow tlieX tato they Intend to, prtvnt a very pleasing ap HL to our city. If TH NO HE M OTHERS keck THE CITIZEN complain! HL the great amount ot dtiBt HYxorlh on account of tho main HL that street since tho pav Hfrn street started. Monday Hvt'.er called and invited us Hb a ride over tho various Hrx-i and seo If First North H recelvlnc Its proportion of Hsklln;. Ho explained that HoOclals oro doing all they Bith the ono sprinkler and u that th...

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. — 24 July 1920

K . KATIIIB1AY. JULY 24. .1920. . ---ASHMAN t-Olig 0IT12BM. ' SATURDAY. .1,1, v., 1 If PLEASANT GROVE I LOCALS MB Mr Oniy of Snlt Lak wna n IMeas ' B ' ant Grovo visitor Tuesday. I B ' Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Anderson nnd I B family wcro Sprlngvlllo vlslto Tucs. ill day. MJ Mrs. W. W. Clnrk Ib visiting horo JBj -with' Mr. Clark's parents, Mr. nnd W Mrs. John F. Clark. 3 Miss Klosnlo Wright Is enjoying n flflfflf' week's vacation In Salt Uiko, tho 1 II. guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilortrnm Went. HU: -" "" Hf Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Warnlck loft ftp! Wednesday to spend tho remainder of mm! tho week tin American Fork canyon. IK s RIl, , rfr&ifn'jr Mrs. S. D. Holtermah of Mil: ' Wesl7 Jo-thin are visiting hero with w Mr7"nndMrs. J. L. Harvey. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Dell and MIbsI l f', Nellie Hilton of Salt Knko woro weekj BjUjt and visitors hero. dm' nisj' ' . Let Bi develop yonr kodak (linn. Jgfi' One Day Service. MM Hedqalst Drag Co. 16.61 hB ' Bff Miss Grace Larson returned to hor 'B home in Roo...

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. — 24 July 1920

' II V '1LH liMilPBPAVi JULY 2' 192- ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1920. f Pleasant Grove Department I gl iOMPLETED FOR PIONEER CLELBRATION Everything is in rentiiness for n grcnt Piouocr Day cole h MraVion today, Saturday, Jnly 24th. Tho committees np WKointcd have been working with n vim to mnko this the biggest iKJih of July Pleasant Grove hnsever known. The Pleasant '""rove band, under tho direction of Prof. A. K Overlado, will JrKeon hand during tho day with a number of excellent selections. . progr.m which beglnB at 10 a. mn the Krovo Is asjjfollows: """"Music by Pleasant 'Grove band, 10 A 11:30 M T ii' Vocation, Ezra F.' 'Walker. H )Ut Chorus, Jos. Coulan and oth- V pioneer Reminiscences, W. L-. aied Quartette, "Utah W0 Love L Junius A. West and others. Hectlon by th'c band. 'tm WdlnK. Rowcna Walker. jB'ftta, ''FlW! Without a Stain," 8. l.NMoorj, Jr. rrn. Howard R. Drlggs . "Stat Spangled Danner," Jen. 3Ht Ltrion. ' Bd:lion. M At 1:3 a program of sports and Hues ...

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. — 24 July 1920

"g " l R lH I SATURDAY, JULY 24, J 0-0. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, Jui.y 9i , jMiTUl I I LOCAL ' I 1 BPPEMNG JB, Grant's hnc somo flno strainers m for making Jolly, only ''&C. lH Mr. an J Mrs. Jolin H. Wootton jfl and family r.ro having nn outing up ! American Fork canyon H1I3 week. ill John li. Fls-mago nnd family nro jlfj enjoying Uio week at Zlon canyon, on j a flHhlns Hid plenouro trip. 1 w I Mr. and Mm. Henry Armstrong II and Mm. Mary Carson of Fairfield tm wero American Fork visitors Sunday. IS Mr. nnl Mrs. Arthur Adams nnd ft son Howard, motored from Salt Inko m Sunday nnd spont tho day hero wlUi ffjj relatives. lV Mrs. John Smltli returned to her Am homo Sunday, after having spent a jwR low woks with her daughter, Mrs. iif Mack Told. All. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Gray, Mr. It and Mm. Clydo Mokliu Mrs. Louie liU Blnns and Mr. James Whlto of Lark, mm spent Sunday in American Fork can. H yon on a pleasure- trip. IB Bddlo liCO, a clerk in th0 Co.op MW tore, la 'taking his...

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. — 24 July 1920

BJrP ''''''ViHHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl I lfmnAY. JPLY 24, 1020. AMERICAN FOUK CITIZEN. SATURDAYJULY 24, 1920, 11! Illcan Fork Oitixem I 8SSR" rub' Co "" iSgiVE INDEPENDENT F PUBLICATION Wr sPiiscmrTiON L rear-In Advance 1100 E Month-!" Advance 11.25 HiHkserlpt'ono to The CltJsea aad BMhff are payable la adTaaee J To llmo-Sato lhat 6 ceBtP. ired P)"d-Ola8 Matter at J oce at American Fork. Utah. Tosford Publisher I Classified I Ads ! LOST ftjr Ladles cold wrist watch, ln Kriptloa in th'o back of caso, "From Lents and Facuty of- Weber Acad. j- Thlfl watch was lost Bomo. Ere between Vivian Park nnd Plcn at Orovo. Ownor will pay, a 11b E reward for IU roturn. Phono or Erfc A. S. Tlnsoy; 1531 Logan Ave, EtUkflCUy. Phono Hyland 3747.W. F 24.lt. osT-A pin shape ot bco, with brll luts on wings nnd emeralds on Er Return to Mrs. Earl Sutton. KrAKD. 24-lt I"" FOR SALE Iqr SALE OR RENT 3 room framo I louse on 3rd North nnd Socond East Lee Samuel Dean, Sr. 2...

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. — 24 July 1920

I SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1920. AMERMAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. .TTTT.v 24 I "You Tell 'Emi s Tf S BS We got tires afflprics from $14 up' and good ones to wh 1 Zip Service PreilliM AlltO CO. ZiP Servi i I Hi J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS ill .i. .. AAA AAi A ,W Children's QlnRham Presses, a nlco 'Hi variety at Chlpmnn's. fl Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bossott nn- Hi nounco flio engagement of th'olr daugh- tor, Bortha, to James I'. Jacobson of H Salt Lako. Tho wedding will tako B placo July 28. ml Kj Mrs. Ella Clayfl ro turned to lior K liomo In, Salt Iako tho first of th'o F wook, nfiar making a cliort visit hero illt with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andorson and wT othor relatives. Ill lit Tho Hoof Loaf and Weenies at lien's 111 must bo good tho way they soil Is try thorn. fl Mr. and Mm. Q. 13. Qarratt and Mj Mr. and Mrs. Union Bonnlon of Salt H Tjiko, Bpant tlio forepart of tho wook K hero, visiting with Mrs. Sarah' Crook Hi Hton. H Word w received Tuosday of tho B death of 0. H. Marsh at a Salt L...

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. — 31 July 1920

ZL.-f J f - E1"CAN FORK, UTjTTTT. ' 'f' JMBER 25 H F NJINERAUmTIQNfPERSISTS TDWTH HE i Hf I'Wlicf tlmt the rich, surface Idepofcils frorn. which consider ln(s of oro lmvelbeeri thken,6n tlio oloroptabi the Kttk&f'fotf tlio Silyor Wave properties in :Amoricnn! tr&yon, vould be found to perpist to depth, is justified EScnUtrikc in thoHoldon tuhneljiccoi'ding to W. C. HJkjSf itent 6. Keyck. Mr. Brown and Mi-Kcycs, both PH!L ir stockholders tlio ?T-Minlng corapany'..vl8lted KpnerllC8 Sunday,,, which c,orked under a Jtog-jeira KTbr tie" American Leaning Co.. " ' fjrich catena bouiJero,hay6 Hntatfcd from the bed of a K Which makes iU. bed In an KL'tenUflsunro. Co'nsldorablo KTilii) lccn snipped from' sstenuf aults which woro, run &ftrtnatkn to explore tho many Ejt of mineralisation. No Kim exploration of. thoVorma Eftth;" been done 'fenUl Hfe Ktt'lMilaff company, With Ci Kttin as manngor, acquired' a Ektfet property and tartcd the tficnneU f Euieek. In this, lower tunnel, Efiu...

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. — 31 July 1920

PBMCIZikf!SBHBBHMMe!MHHBMHii L aiV mU I ItV . ... . H K HATCHWAY, JULY 31, 1920. AJlAN FOUK CITIZEN. . SATURDAY, jm.Yii M I AnENTioN ! ;:- 1 SERVICE MEN mm, Tho Government Is glvlns nwny H ninety millions or dollaro In ncholar. B ships for tho education of men who H Vera In r.ny wny disabled In sorvlco B during tho past war. Tills Ih not a I IK charity. It Is simply tho payment of llilw ,'''t wn'cn tno Government owes jjl Ul disabled soldier for his services. VH Aro you getting whnt la Justly com- ilH Tho men of practically every state kEH"! '" Ul Union nro tiiklnr? greater nd- flfll v.intaco of this cducatlonnl opior. SN ttinlty tlir-n nro tho men of Utah. Whut !" In tho ronBon for this fact? In nn on. j doavor to Htrnlfeh'ten tho matter out, mmimf tho Oovornmont hns recently hold In HjK Dunvor a conforenco of roprcientatlvo ImKl oJ-itorvco men throughout th0 Btnto. Hh Tho concensus of opinion at that con. Hjff forunco was that tho average ox-ser- mjBv vice men had rather forego 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. — 31 July 1920

J !' I JmnAY, JULY 81,-1920. AMERICAN FORK Olfe, SATUBDAY, JULY 81, 1920. KM ID WORK W'MW ESCAPE Henley Mr. and Mrs. John T. LHjna'cr and their threo children or aErir had n narrow escape from Ejjh' when their auto cam0 near cap Bjet into the crook In Anterlcn IM!! canyon. They were arlvlng be IjKj a Ford near the bridge between p BjVt and 2nd power plant, going ,Kthe hill. The driver of the Pord asfCe o' cnr to 8h,ft BCft,,, whlch aEjTtho latter car also atop. His , HSLj ft ilea to work properly and the " Kffecked down the hill and off the ' Ki-. to wheels wore smashed 'tplhcr damages dono to the car, LE pone or tho occupants, received i RLa scratch. The Hltchner.Werner EZm brought the car down and LLEfetbe necessary repairs. wm really a miraculous escape aKd was consldored so by the occu- EU of the car. iirrow Escape for Some F7 former Am. Fork People iH'luday's Tribune gives the follow - Hpircount of an auto wreck which ' Kjer American Fork people were in: Hlr. and Mrs. Q. W. Rus...

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. — 31 July 1920

I I SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920, , AjjBfcAN rOKK CITISKN. , SATU1WAY. ,iitfYfcSB I UNHAPPY IRELAND .1 . i Aw-ty brck u century or more, ago, i . when tlio Irish pcoplo generally own- ';!' cil nmnll land holding, which wcro j Ihclr mnln means of dopcndnnco, thoy experienced from tlmo lo llmo many fit trying domestic hardships, which' I Bomotlmos cumo ury nearly atnrvlng W them to dontli, especially wno thin so ft ) whon their scant tnadequulo crops j 1 failed, which they often did. I ij Tho (Cnglish got eminent knowing ! ji OiIb and fiyiupathlzlng with their try. j i' E lng mid perploxhifi conditions con . a r eluded r.t last to amollorato their 'jS! trouble, hy oncournglng capitalist to ' r k Invest noiiio of thclryjnoans thcro In j I spinning mlllB, colUi fnctoriea, and ,'J (J other public works, tx aa to.givo tho l pcoplo (i better chonco for permanent jH and reliable subsistence, anil better ',1 homes. t But Jealously and discord at last 'j ( took root.' jamhjjognn tc jjrow and i i a...

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. — 31 July 1920

B? SATURDAY, JULY 31, 192b. 'Ntf! 11 lDepartoeitt I - I i "" " W iM I . M,MM,, , , , M 4BBVflVflVfl1 H'nOVU HAND IMNCK nt OKNEVA, IBRY TUESDAY NIGHT. 31-tf H Mrs, 0. P. Larson and Mrs. Louis Barsn spent Wednesday in Provo. H Mtsi KJmsIo Wright .returned homo undr.y night, from Salt .Lake, whero Bio spent a week's vacation. H Mlsoos Annie Kirk, Opal West and Braco Hlllmnn spent tho 24th In Salt Hoke. ' .,.!-', BBi ' Wi .. B Clifford Wright and Herman Olson Hpent Saturday and Sundae in Salt ske. H Mrs ,E. It. Hallldoy, Misses luth. Hrchor and Dorothy Halllday' Bpent Saturday and Sunday in Salt I.ako. H ) 1- H Tj. iWi LAind Qt Salt Lako was a, Bteosant Drove visitor a few days thin Beek.V H Mrif nnd Mrs. Gideon Herron. of Weedlos. Calif., are visiting here with fr,; and Mrs. O. F. Herron. j Mrsi;A. E. Cooper, and Miss Lcaona fcoopor spent Saturday and Sunday la SftltUiko: 1 . .- - H Mr1., and Mrs. J. C.-HnUiday nnd ramify of ' Salt Iako spent the. 24th nere. B Mlsa Jennie Fago returned...

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. — 31 July 1920

H SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1020. AMEKrM l I I LOCAL I $APPEMNG$ HD E Romcmbcr that Chipmnn's liavn tlio 3; jfogt goods untl best assortment. 'jM: Mnj (Uorpia Tyler of Salt I,ako Is fMj je wook guest of Mlsa l'carl Rowley. Jy5i Thotnns Coddlngton and son Mark Kr tro cpfiiilltiB this week at Colton, at $&. do nhcop herd. .j? Mrs. William Robinson uncut tho fflfij d& of last week at 8aU Iiko, visiting fBl with rclfttlvoB. m- Mro. William Flrmage Is Lpcndlng H two weekn at Salt Lako, visiting with H', fier daughter, Mm. R. N. Jones. H Mrs. Graco Slivers and son Bill, of H fait Lake, spentthe 24th at American 1 Fork, with relatives. H Mr. nnd Mrs. Pmncls Grant wero H at Salt Lako the end of the week, tho H guests of friends and relatives. H Mr. and Mrs. Abo Greenwood are H, rejoicing over tho arrival of a new H Js.by girl, born Sunday morning. H Vlrffll Dunkley of Ogdcn was In H American Dork part of tho week, vis. H Iting with friends and relatives. H Mr. and Afro. George Myers of 1'r...

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. — 31 July 1920

i1 - f Iff lTRDAY, 'TULY 31, 1920. r . H 1' AMERICAN JU1RCITIZI!IJ SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920, fl TlJdc&n Fork OiUMft OQRESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION BDDSCRlWIOIf .YHf-In Advance 11.00 Kjloth-In Advance II M KliiliertpUont te T1m Cfieea m4 Klirkif are payable hi alTue-. B m tlae Save Inat M eeat. L juoend-fllasa Matter at Lpf ce l American Fork. Utah. Hoiliford Publisher ! Classified X I Ads 4 HutKil and Inspiring- la tke trip iMrkaa Fork Canyon te XT. HfflHOOOS. H LOST Hf- Hand bat;, containing forty Hro dollars, bctwcn American Fork Huhl. Reward. Ph'ono 135-w.2, H 31-lt.pd H"" FOR SALE HiEY FOR SALE Vernal honey, HilSO (or 5 gallon can. Phone Her call at Snm Qurna' residence. Hi will dellcr samo. 8am Burns, Hunt Orove. 31-2t. HkbER FOR SALE 30,000 feet of Htxr 2x816, cheap. Inquire of Heu t Rccd Co., Road Contract. American Fork. 17.it H SALE 10 acre tarm, In fruit, Hrtla, tnd potatoes; 6-room house, Htrlet, barns, etc. Good water H;. electric lights and city water Hi to place....

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. — 31 July 1920

I; SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. BT BB T3BB 1 aBB B1 WL g ' H J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J 'HI Chlpmnii's is tho plnco to get your jflf extracts und Bplccu. md Mrs. Main Plorsen was tho guest lH of relatlvon at IcliI on tho 24th. 'jH Horaco Hock and Hurran Martin of H Alpine,- lift Tuesday morning for sH Slngno, where they will bo omploycd. iH Ball Mason Jars: Tints 90c; quarts Ha) $1.00; Vi gallon 1.25; at E. H. U . Haley's. 1Bn '" M-. pclhort Sommervlllo has ro- H turned to Ulnghnm after a week's Mf visit with his mother, Mrs. LImIo tOI Sonimarvlllo. Ill JjM ! xni w, i), Myers of Eureka spent Tm the week with her sister, Mrs. Llzzio Hj ' Sommervllle and niece, Mrs. T. V. M ' Short. jR Mr. and Sirs. Holier Ilarnitt, Misses Eli mza u.irrr-tt. May Wilcox. May and I J Jennlo Jones anil Stnnloy Dnrrutti en- . joyed tho 24th' at Liberty Park. Jm a itco plcturo of Mt. TJmpanogos WS ' with every purchase on next Tuesday, BIS at QcMl'a Kmporlum. WmI Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Iioebo of Salt I...

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. — 7 August 1920

V' m, 'ilnl S ' v Iwffl Ja Hil American Ffrk Citizen- I y3.- : AMERICAN FOflK, UTAHJ SATUR1&Y, AUGUST 7, 1920. NUMBER 26 SB SELECTED FOR M "MUTUAL DELL" flm M. ' A- stako day Wcdnoat,ny " tt'nyon was a tremendous suc B The grounds wore llUcd with HjLft welters and visitors nil dnv jT Dy actual count thoro wore Haoblles and trucks, 6 towns M. Hddle horses, which carried Eptople up to witness the officio', EM of the now resort for the Cfpeople. CLjetit Heber J. Grant and mem. Eofthe general board wero tho Eu of honor on that day. Tho pro HuT commenced at 10 a. m. to 12 K whlch was visiting and lnspec-Lfrur- 12 to 1:30 luhch; 1:30 Jl:M community singing. All Hy nt held outside, but nbout this Hj, tie rain begun to fall and tho Hards wero forced Into tho hut, Kch was filled to capacity, with Hm listeners, who heard tho fol. Hriig program: owning song "Oh Ye Mountains ,BmA9 fnjtr-l'rci. A. J. Evans. Hfetl tolo Estella Fenton. Anlng of the Hut Eme Warnlck. flvute rrof. Ovcrlade. BkJir...

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. — 7 August 1920

T V V 8 ' ' i H ;R W R SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. AllJW FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, Annuo-. M I Financial Report H 1919 -1920. B OF THE ALPINE SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR THE SCHOOL m YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1920. B Presented, Read and Accepted August 3, 1920. II RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES. Mi Kesourrcs I.lnbllltlcs B. llulldlngs and Sltos .... JGG9,2r0.t)0 Nonds Outstanding .... 1343,000.00 Bl. Furniture and Apnratun 22.787.70 Jx)ans ftld Accont8 Wm I.lhr-.ry Books G.102.9G Payable 19,318.00 JH? Tcxtbboks anil Supplies .. 8,980.88 ... nn Wl . , , ... , r ,, e Other Indebtedness .... 3,308.00 lift Sinking Fund 0,827.54 lllf Other UoRourcoH crtincato Kxcchh Resources over k' of Deposit . . . . . C5.875.00 Liabilities 292.204.0S Total JCr.7,830.0S Total C57,830.08 BiWw -------------- '5l! RECEIPTS 'will RI$ n Fnnili on llnnil nt Itcirinuiug of Year: TnlnK Hi Sinking Fund on Hand at HejflnnlnB of Year $(1,513.92 lift Other Funds on Hand nt Ileglnnlng of Yoar ..y 1,230.19 ZlVf itovcnno Itocolpts: 192 St...

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