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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 13 November 1920

K i is aaW WM f jQgtfBjg . I20- ALBICAN FQBK 0ITE3M . ' flATTTRDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1930. I BKLrtt c. "' pflTOErENDENT ..BJjCATlON tFTION ;E-- gs AiTkBCC ,,0W "Cad-Claw Matter at ls(rim Fork. Utal 'Bj'" .7.7. Publisher Lsified I Ads 4 tfB BENT tBunr room house. Seo Tortbta oUcc. 15.00 per W 13.lt pd. . .Wanted "ffl CLOCKS REPAIRED 'Ay Pljssant Grove, next -' 13.lt tjwfl t . Kp, poultry. Highest Kftil. call promptly. Ket Nejmut Orove. Mi SALE vDGOOD APPLES FOR Bi it Knight's old place. Has, Am. Fork. 13.2t p Ha IRRIGATED FARMS HrfUub county land for WLiti In Carbon county, 'Bin county in tho state; HsioOrande. Terms to Kreliisera. 0. E. Ells. Hotel Bldg., Snlt Lake C 3t pd. euf LITTLE HOME Hra room frame home, H kitchen, chicken coop. Hut null orchard; lot Hr blocks from Main St., Si. ISO takes It. In ljVPiib. Co. offlce. 1 HOB SELL We hare a j Hantr In Suit Lake, on 111 South 0x8 rods r H Nil or trade for prop. Hu fork, or Utah coun HlfUM Pub. Cn. effleo or 18 tf KLLAMEOrs OXELY; tor r...

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. — 13 November 1920

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920. AMERICAN FORK OlliZBN t .. , .. ' SATURDAY v,.. I H M 2 AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J HI A4A4A4A444A44444A44444A44i4 ii Tr II Mrs. A. F, Smith was n Salt I-ako Qi visitor Sunday 'ntitl Monday. ftjti App'e butter vl'eanut butter and till Bf other butters dl Harrington's. Br,' r.ono Vaniwournod homo Satur. Hf 5 cay to visit with his wlfo and family. ID I n i, " Mr. and Mm, Frank Gardner of jjf Prcvo spent Sunday hero, -vtsltliifc If! Bishop and Mrs. Jas. T. Gardner. K. ' Complete lino of new fixtures Just " in at Baxtor's. il " IPtlJI J- n Pnrrnr of Provo was a html. noM visitor In Amorlcati Fork Wed. nesday. i Mrs. I-callo Parker returned ljomo Monday jiftor Bpendlng thu weok end In Magna with hor sister, Mrs. I.. J. Orard. , i Mra. Koocs Parker loft Tliursday for Provo to upend an Indoflnlto v inlt with her mother, MrH. Snmuol ! nisklo. Buy your Thr.nksglvlng supplies at pniii Robinson's and Hallldays. mm , Mrs- Marks and son Howard, and M Lcn Cur...

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. — 20 November 1920

merigan pirk Citizen 1 jM. AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SAT)AY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. " NUMBER 41 111 W0 WAS PAY DAY Kb beet raisers H' n Leiur "Su5ar Mony Day" H wj llirouchout Utah and BjLoje of th'o Tanners big pay BJfthe yw' u ,9 03tlmated Mint CitTO.000 was pa,(1 out bw,t (Vv 'a (he north ond of Utah coun. Metunt Orovo recclvinR about Em- Amelcan Fori: a Utile abovo Ittfiand Lchl and vicinity J60.000, 'HTthrougliout Vlalf and Idaho, HLar pcoplo distributed bctwoen HLoOO end $10,000,000 lu cash to Cfiraer beet raisers. ELgi the farmors arc tho direct "EekriJ of this money, thV'm. Homtc community chares with H, a benefits, for It moans that ELtatt, manufacturers, bankore Kitftera in a largo measure en. E business bentfits that the Edku It Is over such a wide HrW territory, with factories KgMn In many different local. Vn bMt sugar Industry makes Chit u force In more different bal than probably any other Ljsfcjlr? in the two states. Lispr man has termed this sti. MgMr "Tho Mortgage Lifter." I...

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. — 20 November 1920

I SATUBDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. NQVrPn I fill ' vHmSHIHIkv" KsllHf ill aBBBBBBBBB' , ? J: t Bf .1 ' ?H' $!' t f &1' ? $$ ' ssU Br' I ' HHHHbIP' "" jfsK flsattlsWsVi Yffl ' BWsWaLwsWaLwsWaf HBhK'a r -. JHK ' afT' A LwsWswMf Da U .?' !'-.y vWEHl Si1: ' r - WILLIAM S HART ft IN PARAMOUNT PICTURES fl in ' 'SAND ' at the REALABT, MONDAY and TUESDAY, IB f next. Regular Prices. IHfljf : b a 1 SCHOOL BOARD HOLDS REGULAR MEETING B v Te achool board met Tuesday In HHr Ite regular semi-monthly meeting and HBJ contracted considerable bUBlnoss. HBe On account of tho crowded condt. HHf Uon of th'e Pleasant Qraro high school HBs snothor teacher, A. P. War-nick, twas HB appointed for tho rjjialndor of tho HHS season. HHi k700 following Judges of election BBS were appointed for tho coming school election, which comes on Dec 1st in Lchl and Pleasant drove districts. Tbey wore: District No. 4, Lchl A. M. Davis, Jos. Peterson, John A. Hol6 worth The palling placo to b...

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. — 20 November 1920

lfl: nv voVEMBER 20, 1920. llrT, al fff . AMERICAN tOKK CITIZEN. - . SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1920. 11 mSSTHOOD I MEETING tffl nihlr ''nlon ITlosthood ! M. A the Ali-lno SUvko was lHrtii8Ue Tnbornaclo Inst WTi V- m-. I,ros- JaB "" Kfrtt la charge. Ki,iru opened by tho con. J? rinsing "Como Yo Chll. Bfitt W"5-" 1,royor waa y jftUtaow of the U'l l8t K. tie sual ro,llln0 uuslne8B -Km attended to, tho Stake Ki letters recently received I Bito nlssloiiarlcs, hailing ..rrom .iaiWrk.,r-' BWor Pratt, son H? rratt, .wli'o Is laboring In I rtCrollna nnd Myrtle Cod. .Hvlio writes from Wyoming. " Bum contained much of In. H ,Bd were listened to with t Kittentlon. " W Olpln of Pleasant Grove, rfarntd (rom a fUr yCarB jK, la Japan vsaa called to Uic IT to "Prt 6om0 ot n'9 obscr WL md experiences thero. His Ku blghlr appreciated and well Bud held the congregation spell Ktntil the meeting adjourned for Hicent work. H priesthood meeting began In Kement at 2:45 with a large Hiuct- Quite a numbor of you...

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. — 20 November 1920

I I I SA'J UKDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1J)20. ' AMERICAN FORK OITIZE SATURDAY, NQVEAm 5n I Bj " ORDINANCE ' An ordinance creating Street Pa v. j ins District No. 1 nnd lcvylni; mid I assessing a special tux nj.oti tlio abut, j I ting proporty therein to defray tho j cost nnd oxpetiBO of grading, con. j Btructlng dralnngo and Irrigation , S j uyfltcnm to carry water ncross tln j streets nnd Intersections, and pax. if Jng therein. J jjjj UK IT OIlDAlNKD by the Cftyj II Council ol' Pleasant Grovo City, I'tnli j j SUCTION 1. Tlint nil that portion ( s of the Stnto Hoad or westerly cxtcn. j! Blon of First North Street fioni tho ilS cast property lino of Third West cij Street west one hundred nlxty.threu ' l (103) feet; Third West Street I'rom ' y tho South property lino ol' First ' S North Street to n point two hundred peventy.Hlx and five .tenths (y7fi.G) P feet south of tho south jinipcrty f . lino of Second South Street, anil tho j State Hoad rrnm n point where It, t j intersects Third West S...

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. — 20 November 1920

H Iff .v NOVEMBER 20, 1020. ,,, iff 20, i(vfiTRPAU AMERICAN FORK plliJffiN ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. irpleasant : Grove Department ' I meSwd attend Stiff SOCIETY r.f CONFERENCE fMr Skct fr hundred wore In nltcnil. r1 K m A,r"10 stnk0 no,lof So" nH?M.flM session commenced nt 10 "(SlTesldcntAnntoC. Hind. 'iriMfflnt wnR was rendered by the irtVttsuke nellcf Society choir.. 1 ts Kconlt of four members from 'JM,f ,be various wcnls of the t ujmolcg prayer K Kond BonP was rcndcred by ij tmWs& Hoard memberr. B0ebfllFth Cf wc,cl)m0 WU8 R,VCn b' if Laella E. Thorno of the Plen. orertiBiCwe 2nd ward. e lMiTn8e S1,ter K,,wl HuckwnU- ntiriSrf American Fork flidV slort talk by President S. I.. or iB'1 duet, th ctBsuVs by Miss McClellnn of Salt i Indent Book of Mormon lesson was Kestci by Sister Suslo Swcnson. Ipj :Ke benediction wns pronounced by a eHttr Minnie Anderson. u jH-Kheon was nerved ta till present tie Wers of the tl.reo wards ol' WL'coLsut Grove. rufcMil ambled pt 2 p. m. for ...

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. — 20 November 1920

H SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMRmt or, .J H 1 LOCAL - I jflfli Krnoct l'axmnn was In Salt Ixike IflflM Saturday on business. flflm DKIa Milled n in Halt Uike Moo. flHK Any u business. I flflji Clydo Thornton who Is attending Hi' Oio II. of U. spent till wcok end licre. fflU lifluu MrM- '"y10 I'nrker of Ulngfanm Uflfl-fi apont Sunday with bir parents. HBn Mrs. rnullno Nelson of Halt Itiko Ittll arrived In Amorlcnn Fork Tuesday, JB?J to upend tlio we ok with relatives. Iflfl Grnnt'H mammoth' toy lino will bo nlCf on wile, fiommonolng Monday, Dec. C St L. W. nnd Dewey OaUford wcro Efltl business vlnltor to Ball Iiko Hon. fEMil day. DU t rJHB i fflfll Luelln Cunningham left for Ball fl Lnkn Sunday to spend n wcok visiting Ifflttj rJUi frlcndn. INKI VflJIf J Mr. nnd Mm. Grot-go Price of Ushl BHftii! tt.t.i the. Sunday guests of Mr. nnd KKh Mr. Arthur 1'ultrl ti-i. flfl: Mrs, Win. IloblnBon left for Halt flflt' Jjuko Sunday for nn Indeflnlto visit flfl...

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. — 20 November 1920

M.TT1RPAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. .TJaerican Fork CHUmi " ffiOOBESSIVB INDEPENDENT 'M PUBLICATION I SUBSCRIPTION H( fearIn AdTnnee $2.60 'TfonthJ-In Advance .... $1.50 Entered 'frcond-Claao Matter at ! Brit 0M l Amorlcan Fork. Utah. t-1 "" ff. oalsford Puhljsher ;! I Classified i Ads ' I LOST ftgr TniCYCLB Has been lost jbout two or thrco months. Return ,H& J. Bcastrand and rccclvo RE. Bird. 20.2t. r ( I Wanted ' j Bitches and clocks repaired -lud cleaned. Pleasant Grovo, noxt Bfott office. 13.lt L BlNTSD Bin. poultry. Highest Burt prleei. tVU! call promptly. !wLm Fetarson PleAitut Grove. Km TC-W. ft-tf Mm TOP REPAIR 8HOP Will arte the old one look like new. rtt curtains and tops mndo to or. Mp. Phono 25 W. North Merchant , Bract, Chevrolet Agency, American 1st, Utah. I FOB SALE lofTATOES AND GOOD APPLES FOR ( lute. Inqulro at Knight's old place. 1 I P. Chtistensen, Am. Fork. 13.2t p 'IrW'CHOICE IRRIGATED FARM8 Itiia equal of Utah county land for , price, slltuatcd In Carbon county,...

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. — 20 November 1920

B SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NQVrmim fl HH t AMERICAN FORE 'LOCALS AND PERSONALS J BH Grant's mammoth' toy )lno will bo HBji on a1u, commencing Monday, Doc. C Urbbbbbl' mhim NV Mrs. R. E. Ilostor sptnt Wcdncs- UWjj day nnil Thursday or Uils week In jHBj Sft" lako " huslnoM. Hw Mrs. L. J. Ovurd and children of HKj Magna nro In American Fork this ' wcok, visiting frlendx jHjjj Mrs- C. II. Heck rpent th'o week nH!i ml 1" Salt Iko wlih her dmightor, WKh Mrs Hnrald Cutler. jHWft A Hiiro start assured, when your H rr'1 's equipped with n D 1C F HK1 , - 'ftmor. Zip Scrrlco. EBjjl Mrs. Gcorgo V. Myora of Highland SjHU opont Sunday In Lchl, wlUi her fa. vjMjl ' tbcr h- 0 Wilson. MM Smoked and Klpporod Salmon, HI? lllontors and Finnan Hnddlo at Har- 1BJ jj rington's. BM p Mr. and Mrs. John Ornhnm of Cos. IH tl0 Qato wcro llio guests of Mm. Ollvo BJJ Poraroy this week. PMIil" Thanksgiving Is near. Buy your WJ I cranborrios, currants, raisins, lomon IUTi P001' ...

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. — 27 November 1920

BBBJf? - ' ??sl(KBPHir'5 ""& HBBBflH by o , 'v I'nir - iflfl irA r '4jMHBK J ( -filf? , -7 , ' . S , . ll-' --Br2f 3JbbbbU1.- yT -.g.:i cli .frJ ft imsiwi -KoSl KJ VMjL lrl J, ' fl BBB i ' ' - ' ' ' V ----ISWMMMy" . ' r, T'f 2-r.L .L, . i I . .i .' . ' " w SPER ORE CERTIFICATES INTRODUCED If TO EASTERN SECURITIES MARKETS BY PITTSBURG SILVER MINING SYNDICATE Yd ii-.i.n fcg&nization of Syndicate Has Been for Purpose of Completing BK PorcKaw and Enlarging Development of Properties in Alt m , American Fork Mining District of Utah-Offering of Silm Ore Certifioat Is Somewhat on Line Merchandise K Certificate, and Carries Guaranty of Pund Designated BK for Repayment ofvMoneys .Invested Pittsboro Mines M Discovered in the Seventies, Has Had Famous History! - m It may bo of interest to our readers (o learn how thoy aro boosting" somemprican Fork mining properly m the east V following is the first lead article of more than two col MBnsxntl.oNow.lorkBecortl, published .November 12th. M...

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. — 27 November 1920

H 'I HR I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920. . . , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, Tm ' f aVEMM mmm ' ... - , . , . , ss-ai- 1 SILVER ORE CERTf- I FICATESJNTRODUCED K (Continued from Jut page) U&) the mino and to hnvo Invostod hoav- Mf Uy In It na ho believed that IU riches W hftd not been much moro than tap- fjJ! Pod. Ho Ib roportrid to hato kept on buying Into tho mlno I'ntll ho obtulncd R ownornlilp t practically thrco-qunr- gj' lr of nil tho property. It Turbcl's Work". mn I,u t,ien began oporalluns by fur- 1J- Ui'or doveloplnn tho old workings on wl 1 tho Atnorlcnn Fork sldo of tho raoun- j S Uiin, nnd dovolopmonts aro Raid to W J hftvo beon most satisfactory. Tho oro bodies woro found to bo so oxtonslvo J "id of such n high grr.de, It Is cald, II that ho started a tunnel on tho Alta H trido of tho mountain ta tap theso oro B bodies nt dopth nnd to further oxploro mM what ho la reported ns having believed n was one of tho most highly mlnornllz- K ' od gr'jp of mines no had ovor en- H coun...

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. — 27 November 1920

H' .MftTRDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920. Sum pf . I THE ELECTION r s LL board of stato canvassers Wed Ejr completed Its work of cora Clhe election returns through Fgj ,ttc, so far" m officii per Eu to more than one county are KLoily Democrat elected out of kT, jjunes can as ocd by the state Lj u Judge George .Chrlstensen HI Seventh JudlcUUdlrtrkC'com Em 8npctc, Carbon',' Emery, L-ipd San Juan counOep. ,' Bm total tote for presidential elec HTre: Democrats, ,W(539; Re Ksmbs, 81,555; Socialists. 3,109; KUbor, 4,475. H, fK Halted States SCMter L, H. Welling (p.), 60,280; H8Boot (K-), 826C; Alex Bevan Kl,5; Alex Bevan (K.-L),30J7. Kjd for IJcvan, 7012; plurality for Hp; 26,2S6; majority for Smoot, K Cofrrcssman Fross The First itah District. Lm W. Funic (D.), 27,974; Don U. K (It), 41,749; John O. Wattcrs, Et'O; Jolm 0. Witters (F.-L..), Kil for Walters, 3080; plurality Kelton, 13,775; majority for Colton, HcHptssmun From The Second I Utah District. Haonlbab Thomas (D.), 28,201; E. Ktthernood (...

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. — 27 November 1920

SATUBDAV. NOVEMBEH 27, .nOBK CITIZEN . . . J5J I ENTHUSIASTIC FOR I , HEALTH CAMPAIGN HO REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS ARE HJBj PLACED IN CHARGE OF SALE H OF CHRISTMAS 8EAL8. HBl HK Counties of the State Being OrgM.ixee); WaU by Executive Secretary of Public Hjfi Health Association to Secure I Quota Expected of Utah. Hwj A flying sinrl toward n whirlwind BV finish has lii'fn made by the Utnli Tub- k He llcnlth nsMiclnllnn In Its Chrllnins H " acnl sale In securing the services of Wig formci flove-rnnr I Ichor M, Wells. In Hj;1 charge of Knit I.nf City and Ogden, HJK nntl of Mrs. A. .1. (Inrhtim, n thnlr- H tnnn of women's activities dining tho hjR xiic. JJ flovrrnor Well nnd Mrs. (imhnin, ' cooperation with .Tiuih-h II. Wnllls, HV executive1 secretary of dm Public law ncnlth association, uho Is In charge BIS of tho stuto campaign nml who has BK tieen busily worklnK on plans for the 1MB ealo relative to providing n com pre- MB " tienslvo honlth program for not year, U express gratlf)lng sa...

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. — 27 November 1920

mtBlUBpAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920 AMERICAN FORK 0ITI2EN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1930., Wt ' IMF " H - . - " . .. . . fSWENSON WILL I FlJN FOR SCHOOL J BOARD MEMBER i' I I Uftu meeting of tho citizens of f Hut Orovc precinct of Alpine IT District was held Saturday ev Kfor the ptirpoao -nominating Ke or candidate lirbdard mom "K-jour year tenn; Htjg. was called to"'-order by -Ho. Johnfon. J. J. Hayes was t Hj chairman and J. A.WcsJ, ns decided that tho two nom H firing tho highest votes to 'he H-j candidates .'or election. Kg S. HoMaway, S. L- Bwcnson, 1 Kj w. Wornlck, Junius A. West Hfltls Fugal woro nominated. Hway and Swcnson received the : 'Hrf number of votes. i Httchool election will bo held at I Hw "-if, on December 1, 1920. gram Given in Honor . I of Returned Missionary Hilar evening an Interesting cx- ., Huions program was given In Hubcrcacle In honor of Elder A. O'pln who recently returned H from a four years' mission In -MS. Kbop K. I). Olpiu pieoldcd. He opening songs wore sung ...

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. — 27 November 1920

W SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920: A'AJEIttMN FORK OIT1ZEN, SATURDAY, NOVEMRpp . M I 1 1 LOCAL - I S George, Tjlcr tnndc a business trip I to Salt Lake Friday. , M Hope Illoach at Chlprann's, 3 yards HI for 60c and 6 yards fur $1.00. ffl Byron Crookston was a misJnoss vlBltor to I'rovo Thursday. It' II Kula Storrg and Floronco Stowart "Pent Saturday In Salt Lake. it II 8arah I'arkor and Ignore Forbes W "wer 8alt Lako vlsltoa Saturday. I Miss Woolcy rpent tho wek end In $ ea,t ko with relatives and friends. TOVSI Toys galore at Grant's big I Jv'mas salo opening Monday, Dec. 0. Boyd Jackson returned homo 8un- day after cpondlnc two days In Salt Lako with frlenda, 1 Kato Rowley wiu tho guest of rcla- 1 tlvos at Salt take Sunday and Mon- I m Boyn and young men will do woll m' tx examlno Chlpmnn'H Suits and Over I Coatn before buying oiBowherc. V Ina Chlpmiin left for Salt take M Wodnosdny to upend the wcok end K with friends. m Edith Shelley, who !h employed In I1 Bah Lake, npont Thankaglvl...

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. — 27 November 1920

' llil MaftmAY. OyEMBRT, 1920,. MAMgmOAC.yOBK-01TIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920, jffl WZriei fork OiUMa jrtggiVK INDKnSNOKNT "FUBMOATIOH Li. gOBSCMFHON MMr-In Ad ranee jLetii-Ir. Adranec .... H-M trtj m ".ncond-Claiio Matter at KnH t American Fbrk. Utah. V - - rtotord PrtrtHUt Classified i Ads 4 H? LOST fJTBtCYCLB Has been lost Ett two or throo months. Return E; Seastrand and receive RB. p, 20.2L H Wanted f TED Salesman for American Efc and vicinity. Commission Ect only, for spare time or full We' will teach you to sell In. K protection through our freo Kl of Instruction and help you Ki business of your own. Mnssa Etti Bonding and Insurance Com V Accident and Health Dept. Kir, Michigan. Capital $1,500,000. W 27-2t- iTED Eggs, poultry. Highest A prices. W'li call promptly. to Peterson l'lcmut Qrove. M tq-w. in-tf FOR SAli COLD Dt.AST STOVE FOR SALE Urje size. Inqulro of Mrs. W. krdner. . 27.1t-p FS A CHEAP LITTLE BOMB rule Two room frame house, lammcr kitchen, chicken coop. b, etc....

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. — 27 November 1920

ebbk4 f&BNn ' jBH SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 271920. ' , AUERIOANFOBKUimEN SATURDAY, NOVP JIB' mm mmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmm H 'J Z AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AMD PERSONALS J "Hf Thos. Coddlngton an.l Warron Boloy PH ' motored to Codar Fort Tuesday on cBH business. SH Mr. and Mrs, Haiu Laurscn spent H Thanksgiving In Salt Lake with fri- BHff ends. jflH Dr ""'I Mrs. H, K. RoMnson of ijHB' Ogdon spent the week end hero l- H . iting with relatives. ',' Kf Mr, nml Mrs. Itoynl Mott aro the SJII proud parents of a baby boy which H?v ' arrived Wednesday morning. HB Mrs. J. M. Jensen of Provo spent M the wook end In Alplno, tho guest of Qifl Mr. nml Mrs. D, J. Strong. m HfT Mr, and Mrs. S. D. Pulloy of Salt mB '' Lako apentiTucudny In Araorlcan Fork jjBBj with frlcndt. BflfflBBBM ' PJBK Mr. and Mrs. Jcsso Mlscncr of Salt' MM - Lako spont Friday In American Fork MA) wlO friends. - R Mrs. Itoso Hanson entortalncd at BK , a ThnnksgMng dlnnor in honor of hor H husband's birthday. About 40 rola- BK, tlvcs wero pr...

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. — 4 December 1920

I American Park -GtiUm ttjfcXVII. AMERICAN FORK, UTAHlpBbAl', DECEMBER 4,1920. " , ' ' - ' NUMBER S ?H! mUNCIL TRANSACTS IMONTHU BUSINESS fli regular meeting of the City fwBClt was h0,d at th0 cfuncl '.mZ Saturday, Nov. 27th. The mny il ill members .were present. Bj u CWpman and J. R. Hlndloy soared In behalf of the Chlpman Kjert. Co. asking that onc.h'nlf lot of liter on the north field ttltch, near i WlL cemetery, bo turned over tp them. ' Bntr alo asked for a reinstatement tike City records of one-hnif lot of Inter on the West Field ditch, claim. Btpertlncnt to proporty owned by Llnna Miller, through which the BftjpoJiii switch passes. The matter aj referred to the irrigation com btt and the recorder for Invest!. Htfioa. ,)(. Mary Hales appeared before Le council and asked that the water Ljg be extended as far cast as her Ke on 2nd South street, Tho mat. kr referred to the watroworks Eamlttee and the., wator stiperln. ,f4ent with' power to act. (The 'Kit has been installed this w...

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. — 4 December 1920

f iv t aWBBBBBBBa "BBBbI Bssai ksaa bbsk ssl K SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1920. AMERICAN FOliS. CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMTW.p , .J I ' HEAVY INCREASE IN SCHOOL 1 EXPENSES SHOWN BjL Eatlrnatoa of tho oxpciiBoa of car. IB Ing for Utah's school system during K& ;1920 wll total closo to 110,000,000, as Kvf shown by a report of tho state audi. Hnjl' tor. Tho total disbursements for tho Bj fiscal year ending Juno 30. 1920, woro W 48,468,887.10, according to data bolng M ussotnbled by K. J. Norton, assistant B' tntu suporintcudont of public In. f structlon. Costs for tho fiscal school HI ', year ending Juno 30, 1619, woro 6,. I ; 100.UC.37, showing an Increase of til i nearly 39 Dor cent Rf , Causes of this heavy Increase wore fjj ' I In many districts, a heavy building U program, duo to th'o lack of construc- B tlon during tho war period; wages of H achool teachers woro increased gen- H erally In Utah during the last yoar and ni thoro havo boon general increosos in J the cost of labor and s...

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