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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 7 August 1920

r iiiBIHHa' LronAY. AUGUST 7, 1J)20. 4 , SBM AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1920. . , Itfl j P FORK CANYON AND CAVE LATEST NOVELTIES FOR MOTORISTS ; linicricfln Fork canyon, tho Hnnson's cjivc nnd Mt. Tim- ; rfos are being talked nnd written about for their natural ; Er charms, Sunday's Tribune had 6 pictures, with the fol- ; Ewritc-up. Altho this paper has told tho story before we ; Sprint it, ns it may bo read by'otbers who are not aware '' Be natural wonders in our canyon3. Lists looking for a spot to upend B w roaming among the won rf tare or In search of .some. flftrent In nature's offerings B jot overlook American Fork E. Mt Timpanogos or Hnnson's Bfttse various places of beauty Bj hort dlstanco from Am Brt and are tho equal of nny iti Ute ha to offer for a few ott! among the mountains. Lgoc rises 12,008 feet above KJln majestic grandeur and is He uetnd from the American Bsrn Wc. Tho canyon itself Bicttre of mountainous seccnory Hft avo Is a gem of mystery trlooked ...

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. — 7 August 1920

ph ' i A SATURDAY, AUGUST V, 1920. AldJRlCAN rOKK CITIZEN, . . ., , SATURDAY, AUflTTT Iffl IP (bmkJSm fan? lam MrBBirixB"""""" bBbb LY ll JHJj Hj County Commissioner Proceedings S Provo, Auk. .1 Jna. P. Peterson of ,B. Jx;lil eppoared unit asked Hint tlio road B Hf be completed from I.0I1I to Alplno iH H 1 .without going throiipli American Furk. jfl H ' Tills is a road about onc-lmlt of a mllo S B 1 Jong und Ih now two rods wldo and 9 'llJi, -the cominlBsloncrH nro asked to mnko Laf vlfi' il ft to"1-1"01"1 roa'' 1,y J'c,on,on ft,l,l VjIk' ,1,r l,etlllollt'rfl' 'ni mnttor wa8 tak- nr IM' cn u,"'c'' ndvlocmcnt Eli' Itt t1,c' countr commissioners author- mh IK' ized the iiurchaHO of two trailers for HrlHc' their Imcks on the county roads. Cllf- HJHS orA Wcrpont of the Bupcrlor Motor i .company mado the cole. Commissioner Itoeco states that they hnvo secured cementi enough to pave tho roads loading from I'rovo via Jjikovlw and Vlnyard and from Plea, aont Orovo this way and also a strip ...

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. — 7 August 1920

JTURDAY) AUQUST.7, 1020. AMERICAN FORK ClTfinsa SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. H 1 Pleasant Qrov Department 5 1 Iff SCHOOL ' I DISTRICT FAIR J 10 BE HELD AT. 1 PLEASANT GROVE I 1 1 meeting of the high Bchool Jsclpali and tho summer workers Mr. Wcr at a mooting of tho grade Ll principals. It 'was, decided to KeM n A'Plne 8ch001 district fair !n)o this year. Pleasant Grove was talpiMfd as the place and November lit and 13 were the days decided Jn lor the autumn fcstWtleiy I The premium list will bverj! slm mr to the premium list oPlast year. it will bo published In detail In the par future. iad work that has been exhibited I ft not be accepted again In compot. Hldon. H'tb following committees wero ap- fofntui: H Executive jiil H. Walker P. M. Nielsen Hftalaa tanks David Gourley H Ora Cunningham H Home Kcorob-c I On Cunningham Byrle Hamilton gte Warnlck Mrs. Jessie Wadley HlJlUtM. Wlrth Joste Greenwood I Edna L vcless I Finance lju.H. Walker Geo. W. Larson au. Oals y Nlcholes B A. I). Ander...

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. — 7 August 1920

BBSS BBS' HW Hj. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. ; AMERICAN FQKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7 m bbbs " m " li I LOCAL -1 If SjAPPEMNG H jBy Wootton miulo a IAibIihjrs trip iff to Bolt lAko and ORtlon Tucmlny. lH Bcor botUo caps ilcnty of them. IHi At Grant's. H Charlca 1'ltlcngor of Suit Luko wan H an American Fork visitor Sunday, IP tie Biicat of Mlsa Floronoo Clilpmon. Ml Mr. and Mrs. Morris Loglo wcro IB Bolt lako visitors Saturday, and jjBJ- gucatfl of frloiitla In l'rovo Sunday. Wm. J. K. InBorsoll motored to Salt KM' tako Saturday nnd spent tho day with wffl friends. Mf' Jlfr' Ainu Greenwood Is opcndlnB a rew IjLfrj days at his homo no re, after spending Aft Kmo tlmo at Delta. i'ljl For nutomoblle extras nnd accessor. Ilea so to Chlpraan's, the have the lar Sst supply. .' Clyde Chlpman, clerk at tho J. C. I'JKf Penney Storo, Is taking hlo week's va if cation this week. ill J Mr. Mattlo Hunter and two chll- H; dren of I.os Angeles, arc the guests IH of Mr. and Mrs. Henrpr ninch this H...

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. — 14 August 1920

American Rirk Citizen 1 l .""" -,. i Hi .KuXVH. ; - AMERICAN FOKK, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920. NUMBER 27 El illH " ' " ' - " - ' - . lmim EfSTORM AT LEHI THE NORTH PART OF HIGHLAND DOES I CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO CROPS I Americnn Fotfk escaped u very severe hail storm Monday ftemoon. While we got boijio heavy rain lutor in the evening Kj an electric storm, Lelii received what i,s said to be the Erst hnil slonn in its history. Nearly every north window K town was broken out. The heaviest loss from glass was Kge to the Lehi Floral Co., when their big. hot houses were Egost demolished. lynch damage wns done to the crops Kfftabout, corn wns knocked down, KTlnld flat nnd ,n many ca8es Ked out. H is 8ld that ho,es 2 LtM deep were cut In squash nnd Ktmelona out In the field. The Kin was only or n few minutes dur. EL, but was ry severe Sonic flttbt hailstones we.-e nearly as lor. Euhen eggs. Part or Hlghlnnd got Kiball, but Americnn Fork. Alplno E4 rieasant Grove escaped. En. Btorm struc...

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. — 14 August 1920

Hi iH- 1 Mi- I SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUnrs l4 ..mS I SCHOOL" HEADS 1 DISCUSS WORK h I; School superintendent1 of n number ; of Utnh districts mot Monday after. B noon nt the oinco of h. J. Mnlr, statu B. superintendent of Inst Miction, at Salt M Ivake; for tlie purpose of formulating W' it tentatlvo program for the nnniml fn- meeting of school superintendent!! J which will liu hold Krldry and Sntur m. day. B. TIioho attending the mooting vcnj Kl J. H. Walker of American Folk, C. m . Skldmoro of llilgham City, II. C. Kl liurton of Fnrmlngton. I J. Nuttal, H Jr., of SpnnlRh Folk, 13. M. Held of iff, Tooele, O. N. Chllds of Salt Uke, W. t Knrl Hoj)klns of Ogden, H. A. Dixon lis1 of Provo, Henry PeturHun of Ixgnn, C. K( K. Oaufln of Murray and J. II. Paul Ui or the University of Utah. W. The association of superintendents, III, lioadcd by, the supcrlnteudont of pub. Mj lie Inntructlon, Is planning a greatly improved school system in Utah and Ml conte...

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. — 14 August 1920

'r Urn rimnAY. AUGUST 14, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN ' SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920. Mm news W OFTHEWBEK H ..l t flE me hero Wednesday wua Am. 'B" Fork's from th start, nlthough " j0 two runs In tho flrct in UF'0 Both teams wont on a batting .' and Uio locals got tho bent ST prow managed to Innd 13 hits HLm rarkcr, while ll' ,0Ca,B BOt lc Sffrom Singleton- The final score H?j u.6 In our favor. Vrhe (f4'ur0 of ,ho rram0 was n homo ".y nced noblnjn In tho 6th. flTrrant rnd Wrk both got 3 hits out & nd Holnislcnd ami Bennett both' K ) base lilts. nlj now places American Fork tied 1 flr8t place with SnnnlBh Fork. Km two final Ramos of tho season Tto bo with Spanish and something flL exciting Is promised. Vte same at thl was a complete fcntout for the leaguo leaders, Span. 'Erfc. Tho scoro stood Lehl, 3; KLilih Hr B Lehl plajs hero next Wednesday Bwl great things can be looked for. Eiirfcan Fork have beaten them 5 C(i now, but they liavo defeated Ejtcr twlco and also Spanish, and Ei on...

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. — 14 August 1920

H SAQTKDAY, AVpUST 14, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN . SATURDAY. AUGUST U ifl. n !!!' uj. nil m iirw iat fjf I'lnh Slake ()ll IoIns ! H Day, .Siirfmjilllo, Sept. G Provo. Auk. 10 Old folks day In 211 Utah staka will be liclil nt Sprlng- 11 villa Bejil. fi. Tho outing will bo In U' tho iintnro of n fruit fcstivnl. K; Siiulnquln .Mini Hies H I'mm Drinking IMnirt 3 : Thomas J. Hull, 03 yours old, u IJaf re iilcnt of Snnluquln, I lull, wns round HI dead In his room nt tho Lincoln Iioiiro, !H 68 Earl First South' stioet, Into Wed. Mfc , needny nflcrnoon. Tho cause of denth H wns dlngnoncd by tho city phynlclnit 0)4 as nuuto nlcohollsm. Soornl bottles jSf?'1 of a substltuto flnvorliiK oxtrnet wero Mj: found In tho room. It 14 believed by MM' tho police tbnt Hall hud been drinking Oils extract flavoring to excess. Mat The body wan tnkon to tho O'llon. jfllij Dell undertaking establishment nnd Ifltif tho sheriff's olTtco nt l'rovo wan lWm notified of tho.mnn'u death. XTn Officers say tho bott...

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. — 14 August 1920

gajjJfllBPA AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1020. B jjfpleasant Grove Department I n mil road ij I BEGUNJHIS WEEK ' B jjajcs was In 8nlt Loko Tfrnd met with the State Road .Kkilon. I,ld9 on ,hrc type8 f r1r 'Krt opmiciI. Tho one decld- ILIV BVa3 concrete base with blthu. '" xiio con will bo about FVb Bsoo per m"e' I BTo bid were received, one from I K & need, tho successful bld- I M? the other from-Strnngo & I '"' I Bne length or time given for the - I BitrMt to be completed is one h'un. "S m, ifJlii The work has nlrondy lEn on the rond. I Bil on the hill between tho'.homea (Hi c. Chrlstenaen r.nd Mayor Hayes .1 'Kl 1 toie' nml th0 d,rt tnkcn d(Wn L. j HTtn the two tracks to make the ' Bvle ren- ) ?Bale of extracts p i il bediminished Ha movement In at, hand to do away ,Hn, :he salo or so much extract. iKfifor Hayes consulted the Attorney Hfcgtrtl about tho sale of bo much struts to everyone. Tho extracts HcaUln about R0 per cent alcohol, 2 I tUftt cent pineapple ...

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. — 14 August 1920

I SATUKDAV, AUGUST 14, 1020. AMERICAN FOHIC CITIZEN . SATURDAY, A UfFQT S I 'I LOCAL - I I mPPEMNGS I T. 2 J 1 8 Miss Veda Ilurr.it I left Monday for s Charleston, where shu will bo tho I .gucst of relatives for a week. 1 Mi3S Kntlo Rowley arrived home 1 ' Sunday from Salt l.nko, wlicro oho has cpont ten dnys with relatives. i Misses lleanlo Robinson anil Pearl Rowley wcro tho gucsa of Sprlngvlllo friends Wcdnesdny, Miss I.ncy Adams wont to Silt Lako Snturtlay and spent part of tho week with friends. Miss Millie Duncan returned homo Sunday, after having Bpont a week t Salt Iftko with relatives. If you aro going to get a rnngo, you can not beat tho Monarch. Chip man's sell them. Ellii Preston returned to his homo IJjjjJ in Salt Lako Monday, after visiting 'm& Kcre with relatives. ifji, Mlsa Hesslo Ingorsol arrived horn M from Garfield, after having spent a 'i week there with friends. Hh A. F. Smith and family and Mrs. B ben Sholley and two clilldrcn aro en Hi joying thlo week at ...

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. — 14 August 1920

BBBJ tSIBBJ 'V' iSw J; fl JmnAY AUG , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, IMP. H JIvE INDEPENDENT DBl.ICATION "Tcbsckii'tion jBAdwne" -00 H-tn Advance Il. KL-lpllon? lo Tho CIHxen ant T- ,re payable In advaae JStc flint 5 etBtt. Tjj-wd-Clasa Matter at H7t at American Fork, Utah. HrT " "TpSltoher Classified I I Ads FOR REST HrT3 room house, pantry and Kj, dout. 3Vj blocks north of Htd. Call Jt houso and In. Hftr Mra. nichmond. 14.1t-p B7 U)si 1,, whltc knee rubber boot, filter street or Main street. K till please Iravo word at Het 14-lt-p B FOB SALE mj; TEAM AND FRESH MILK tor ule, 8. D. Chlpman. 14.2t 'uUj-DuIck U20 modol, seven Hnftr; In good rr echanlcal con. 'Hum Rood, Including one ox 'flprittt IK00.OO. University or 14-2t.. -lALE-10 acre (arm, In fruit, jfc, and potatoes; 6-room house, Km, (trni, etc. Good water tketrte lights and city water to place. For particulars call Haw Pub. Co. or Phone 85. 19-tf .K A CHEAP LITTLE HOME all Two room frame house, Btwmtr Kitchen, chi...

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. — 14 August 1920

H SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, J020. fr VlMERIOAN FORK CITIZEN ft SATURDAY. ATTm I , I X AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J H i....A.A.Ai. J. .A. i l W Now fall suits and new fall coals H nro In, nl Chlpman'a. ' William Flrmnge Ih buck on Ihu H' mall route this week, after spending a B' fifteen dny vacation. H Mrs. Jr.mes Gardner and Mr. and SMrs. John It. Davis went to Salt Iiko Monday and were tho guests of frl. K ends. H K Mr. and Mm. Harry Clcgg of Dan K iels Canyon, wero In Amorlcan Fork K tho end of tlio week, visiting with H relatives . BfJ! IB 5 Try Mrb for cleaning woodwork, tin ll I and Iron ware, only ?G per can at m a Harrington Grocery. Hi , John Jr.cklln and daughters motor. Hr cd to' Spanish Fork Friday and on- 3; , Joyedjtljc dny, they alio spent Sun. H day at Hlvcrton vloltlng with rein- tlvci. IR' Mrs. James Itussa'l of Kant Mill I Creek, spent pait of flio week at ij ' American Fork, a guest at tho home H; of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Duncan. H r ! " J; Mrs. Newman Waijitaff a...

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. — 21 August 1920

American Fmm Citizen 1 ' p Wr " ,-i -3illM&Liil: : V X m(& AaLWIUOAN FORK, UTAH, SAUJjJBpQbST 21, 1920 ' ! NUMBER 28 ' ; KB ROBBED J. C. PENNEY CO. 4 .GIVEN f ROM ONE TO TWENTY YEARS . . . Hi' K Prove, Oeo'BO W. Knight B-.i,t from Alameda, Calif., ' BIT Sheriff J. T. WJHams WL br Judge A. D. Mor. B!7faU coafMslon to from .... li -an 1 tho state pen. Turd Ubor for burglary In Bj Kn,8nt P,ead " K. clarfie In th'c Fourth 'Kvt Mnday morn,nK' He BlihU written signed con- 'R:, j,e had robbed the Col. H4iflL)e and Jowelry store of KTj C I'enncy company's Ku'dty and also the' J. C. wipanr' at'8 ''aPa,8u 'Kwto. Ho took nil told BuM worth af merchandise In .... btrlcs- ftfJ nen Sheriff WllllnniH Buneda lie found Knight In Bi$10,0(Jo bond and tho offl. 'Btt county refused to release Bir. WllHamg wcnt the R0V" C, itate and recurcd his ro. HHuKi krottgM blm back to Utah B In the meantime ho had Bidght'i confession to these 'Et It a oun; man about 20 BfW and quite handsome. Ho BkI great d...

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. — 21 August 1920

B SATUBDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. - - SATURDAY Mini MilTth,VV' 1 ' LEHI HAIL STORM I IS EXPLAINED BY I WEATHERMAN 1 mm Kill lli'o reroarknlilo linj ntorm at Mi J 1a?M last weak 1h urcnolnnliiK wltlo iKl Hprontl comment, with inquiry aa to i HO "lc !c'u"ar moto.'ni'nl.i7trnl conill. ffijl itloni which could product) Hiich a jHjl phenomenon MotnoroloKlnt J. Cecil Hll Alter of tliu nuallier Imrc.itt, makca mil tliu following explanatory Htatomciit iVS ' In tlih con miction: iUll "Hnll Ih tlio iisii il accompaniment 111 " Bummor thunder ntnnnt), and hall H ' Rtornn occur nnluAihy whore theso fMf; 9 Htorms rvo llio Kreituat. which Is In n!wi eastern Wyoming ami Colorado, In. t IBk 1 cluillnrc Laramie coiinty, ROtitlicasUern jilisn Wyomlnrc. of which' Cheyonno Is tho iJSfi county sent, has tho crcateRt iium- BjHkH lcr of hall storms In tho United Bf f&l Stated. Howovor, all mountain tilt. BjkJil ' trlcto p.ro lfllted by occasional hall HK! iitonns during tho tunmior....

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. — 21 August 1920

tiitHDAy, AUGUST 21, 1920. . Mil $; r AMERICAN FOrClTlZWN SATURDAY. AUGUST 21, 1920. - fill JH'1 H0 VALUE OF ft ANNOUNCED 1 rMapltulntIon of tho nsscss. E of tha various counties, as tley Ktpon tho boo'a of tho state K cf MaalUntJon, nftcr nil raises EcdiKtlo"" hnro been, notcd- ," KioUl aasessid nidation of Utah' E55S3.237 . K. j80 mailo by t'ie stato board Kion counties ro os follows: " 6045; Uoteldor, $1,300,815; KujlW Uawett $20,300; Dav KjJlis6i airfield, $248,702; ML 56,SO; Morgan, $428,000; rVuM; Itlcli, $100,881; Salt 111854,870; Sovlcr, $723,428; BaT,' 'tm.sss: Uinta, $291,739; m?tfll,iU WVatch, $505,908; Ei;tn. $67,074; Wnyno, $382; Kr, ll.758.0C4. Htfici wero incdo in Grand Kr of (307,778 and in Tooelo Kr of $421,207, both cases being Kccount Of losses during last win. K ih h tin' richest county In Kt property, beins valuod at K$4ll. Webor is next with! Ku!l; Utah third; with $57.. Kl; boxelder comes next with fllUM end Cache follows closely KttfJ25,&75 worth of toxab...

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. — 21 August 1920

It 1 HI Al fll ' SATURDAY. AUGUST 21, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUGTJRT 1920 1 1 PREMIUM LIST, ALPINE SCHOOL-MUTUAL 1 FAIR, TO BE HELD AT PLEASANT 1! GROVE. NOVEMBER 11, 12 AND 13 . n ' iB AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT H Din Id (Jtuirley, chiilrmnn. In , 1. General Exhibit ill I Open to all. armors, stoukmuu and poultry laisera aro es- J pecially invitocl to participate. W ! Division A. Products of farm, garden and oicharjl. 1st, m I 2nd and 3rd places only awarded in this division. Beets, mnn- Oj I gles, etc., should have tops removed. Potatoes and other vege- M i tablea should not he washed. Products not named in this list It I may bo entered and receive places at the discretion of the Hi I judges, except in boys' vocational department. IS J (A) GRAINS. jfij I l. Best 1-2 bushel of dry farm wheat. 2. Best 1-2 bushel of irrigated wheat. Ill J f 3. Best 12 bushel of oats. ill j j I 4. Best 1-2 bushel of barley. 1 i )' 5. Best 1-2 bushel of rye. Jj! t I ' 6, 7, 8, !) and 10. Be...

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. — 21 August 1920

'IE gQ-fMsATUpAy' AXJQUST 21 192- AFRICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920. j& I Pleasant Grove Department I LAST OF ORIGINAL PIQ- NEERS CALLED TO REST J H Kinlf Clark Holmnn, wlfo of John I o'llolman, born Fclft-uary 26th, 1829, I yrion County, stnto oi Indiana, wiir I fllol by death Tuesday, August 17. I che w the yunBC3t chlIa of a fam" I nr of elcvcn c'ldrea whom Joined the church In Indiana.; ;Thoy were haptlxeel by Joshua Sr.wyer Holman, iMpt Na"cy nnd Ooo,se. who were I uttr baptised In the Mississippi river I u Elder Clapp. k Her father was a oarr-onterby trade I wd worked on the Nauvoo Temple un- til It wao finished, doing rauah of I the finishing work. Nancy) with the rert of her family wan endowedd in I the templo In 184C. They had Just I finished a two roomed house and I pored Into It wh'on on Sept 12, Col. I onel Brokmnn and mob of 800 men I nIe a raid on tho city of Nauvoo. On I the 17th the city of. Nauvoo surrend- I tred. They were1 compelled to go and lea-...

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. — 21 August 1920

II flA-JUllDA-V, AUGUST 21, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUGUST 21. ioo V' in 11 I I LOCAL - I ffll ' 111 Men's work bIioim n specialty tit alllf Chlpman's. JiJ5R wtif, "Walter l)ocy motored to Bait Ixtkc ftf I last Saturday, on business. flji LeQrnndo N'ooh ri'Ptit Sunday In I Salt Lake. 11 ij Mr. nnd Mrs. Foster Nicholas were lUffl Provo l8ltors Monday. B IJl Goorco H. Stoolo 'ind Bon ot Salt tfi Lake, wore visitors here Sunday. Urj ' Mr. end Mrs. John Flnnim'o nre w! apendiiiK the week at Vivian l'nrk, M i I provo canyon. Iff Jin I 5 vote for queen Riven with ench 'i a! adult ticket at tho IIBAI.AKT. 21-2t 'HI Mil Mrs. Willis Shipley icttirned home Iwffi Sunday, after spending the week at III li Cpringvllln, (it 1 ' lip B Thomas Ashton of tho Columbia 'fV $1 Mulsc Co., of I'rovo, wnii un American ill! a' Fork visitor Monday, on business. J 111 Mrs. A. C. Wilcox ot Cedar Fort, Is MS j spending nn Indefinite visit here at US W n0 ntm,c of JoDn Jkcklln. Xsftf j I Mlas Mr.rj...

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. — 21 August 1920

V WB8RI ' IIP V ''HR . m vA " 'VV Kvp'mJ fult'&9HiHHwfe- fill? f. vUk . - K !hfm&mmW iPstmWmWk mm tiY AUGUST 21, 1920. 4 'r.,BM H Br AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920. WW Bpfflw Tub. Co. Illdg. WMVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION "S5S l4Aiw JJg .inAdvanco H. Lot'on' to Tho ClfJxon and B.. payable In adTBnce jJf8Tctlintr,0cont(i. H . .. gwd-Class Matter at Kit American Fork. Utah. fcteTV rub"Bher ICIassified $ I Ads 4 W tosa somewhere Ictwccn Pleasant Kjj Harris line, Gold watch H complimentary medal rrom Hlr. tlso Glen llennett Is en H foe modal. Finder please a Hah 1'over & Mght Co., Hi Grace and recclvo loward. 21.lt ""rORSALE H)R SALB A Rood homo and He: of land, water and other Kent. See Mrs. lien lllnko, Kcrore. 21.2t Hire LEGHORN, ONE YEAR Had Is) era. Phono 143.W, H Fork, Utah. 211t-p Hoi'RINO CAR FOB SALE Idui condition; all .good H(itra; new top and oil now Htt; 1375 takes it. See Smith slop, 21.tr BlE My boven passenger ritr touring car, In good run. kr,...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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Hi S' A . 'HW' - MATniinAY. AUnTJST21. 1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN " SATURDAY. Aimm l Hi . t AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J I? " . .k.k...--uk Win. S, Robinson wnB a Salt Iako 5 , visitor Tliursdny. J 5 votes for queen given with each I tidult ticket nt the REAIRT. 21-2t 1' Mrs. W. R. Piko of PI. Ocorgu was thti guest of Mrs. C. M. Clark Thurs- I. (J'ly I'rcs. S. L. Chlpninn went to PI. j Orovo Thursday to r.ttend th'e fun eral of Mrs. Wolman. j A baby boy arrived at tlio homo of Mr. anil Mrs. Travel Lnursen, on Tuesday. n j Dr. A. Chrlstenson Is "sportltiK" lip? a now Chandler car, which h'o pur. lj chased this week. Hi' i HI J, Don't be sntlaflod with the small Mr collar on your now coals tho Vamp HI " ( largo collar Is tho correct thing. You IrS! can ffit them, at Chlpmnn's. rjft i , Mrs, KcHto'ln of Salt Inko, who has flfi; boon he guest of Mm. Ollvo Pomeroy JkI' for a week, returned to her homo on y! Monday. Mi''1 $ Mrs. Pearl llomncy Chlpmun of ,t'Jt t Salt Iiiko, Is a g...

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