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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

aF I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. Best Christmas I for a Boy ; : By DOUGLAS MALLOCH . :: (ft lilt. WMttrn Niwip.p.r Union.) jLtfl a j& ONK boy to another Nl J3 I for I havo never, gotten eg I ovcr bc,nB onc nltlioush Ml T yi ' am Retting as gray tAvEHHE? ns n bl"'-8oat around jflfiMt?a ,ne cars I want to give ' JkjKcC " ns my P,n,on tnt n JvyTjit Christmas anywhere but MkJW1 In tlio country Is no ESflfcaKj Christmas at atl I fSfWrr?" A c"y Christmas la a rQsE nakc-bellcvo, a hollow mochfiy, a false alarm, an Imitation. I havo tried both kinds, and so 1 know. A city Christmas has all tlio tin and. tinsel, and that Is all. By the tlrao jou get aa old and feel as young ns I om, you find most of the plate worn off. Honestly, boys- (and girls), 1 don't think Santa Claus himself ever feels very much at home except on n rural route I Ho tins a mighty poor Job In a big town, with flues Instead of chlro neys, and everything. And It Is hard to sec where be gets room to turn a sleigh and e...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

FATUBDAY, DI5CKMBKIM8, 1920. 1 Santa Claus $jU! I of 1920 VC It By JAMES CRYSTAL B I tune my good o1l Imrp onco more to sing of Santa Claus K ' Because T think ho i lliu greatest man that over was; IV i To Ironl the icoplo ovcrvwhcrc in regions noar and lai, With rich and ccJslly presents from his spacious Christmas car. I; Tho vorv nmiio of Santa fills tliu heart with .joy and choor, l i And makes tho Christmas holidays tho 1cbI of al tho year; Bl Thoro's music in very air when Santa makes his calls, Bf To fill tho kiddies stockings that arc hung against tho walls. I How Santa fills their stockings while thoy soundly sloop and Hff snore, Bl Is only known lv students versed in legendary lore; If Which tells of Santa's use of what, is call a magic wnnd, Bf Whoso touch works mighty wonders at tho word of his com- Bl mand. B I Considet'ing that Christmas goods are now so very high, B; Tho wonder is how Santa can so many presents buy; Hf But Santa is a business man of world acknowledged...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

p- 7 "TjY.HBBBBBfl caTUBDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1920, AMERICAN FORK OlftZEN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. Pl I THE GOLDEN I EGG H By Ccdlle Langdon H & ItM. Western Newspapor Union.) f ANTA CI.AUS wns expected to nrrlvo hi prodlglou grandeur nround HclmMiy Corner. The name npplletl (o n block of tenements n good lie's 1 nbovu squalor and I fie ccnoral unxlghtll ncss ot tin! Blums, altliougli lis population mainly rep- rWcntc(l poor, while thrifty people. I The men were liaril working and so I yr, tlie women Industrious and rnre I slatternly. In fact, old John Helms I (,;, who owned the square of build I legs, lmtl selected n reputable rilcn I ttlc fl3 to tenantry, and In lone- tir I rlcs Ilelinsby Corner held n i. rutin I ilr of aristocracy. Iran VIdnl wns n decided . Instltu- ttoa of tlio place. Old residents could I remember him bncl: for ten years. He I was a little, brlght-eyc-jl man whose I constant smllo nnd eager, friendly I ways scattered sunshine. H "I hare to work hard. I ha...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

l SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. AMERICA" T " SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1M. ttflKj J A lpl-g pODAY MEANS PROGRESS-BIG- ZgM E jSEsjJ b h MM III I iJSLWr t ' JPffifv m II C C I I I I V- S1mB ACHTEVEMENTS TIIAN TH0SE 0F YBS 3J El 2r m. R$JL w V A JL A X " 5fflr! TEBDAY. YESTERDAY'S effort has t iL I WSnkj : f WttCT??1 foWl' " IfY ' OUR nOLIDAY GREETINGS AND RENEW- cQtim 1 lHwJ ' VwSJffHr Kttllk A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. fitt( H WW lPHNRI AMERICAN FORK - PLEASANT GROVE yjL BBb CdjB! BBB j&Jxt rB8a3HB8aaaaiI!E3iiB8aaaaaaaaaHfcBB - j its bJwIS J I rBSBBBByTF "BJ J jR sBflT BBBBBBBBBfKaBBBBBBT i-" BBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBBT . ffjMw " jk im Br 1 1 it m BBBBBW3.J?!'; NA3hMEBMBi'MHMEMBPP?' T7"t 4-l-ia Lli-m ( f 2.1 ?aSiI I WE ESB May a big share of the good "things be M ill SfetrdEtiv Wo oxtcnd tho season's grcctliiBs nnd wish you and thoso whoso VOUTS. m1 Jkm if 1 5S&LJHrif harpjness is yours a lull mousuro of Christinas joy and success (or fsB If P Pleasant Grove Floral House farmprq mk...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

H FfBaS fftVfll I nBDAY DECEMBER 18, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1130. I$fl I j ONN113 looked doWn to the rjrfv busy street, through n blur Iffiffifc of snowflnkes. At least, BrMi ' Conn'c to'd herself dctor llwlw mlnedly that snowflnkes BrW wcro nccountnblo for the II I blur; then, sho wiped her W- "It's Merry Christinas lilac," Connie sntd to her old yellow at "Who over henrd of Christmas Itithout the Merry? So cheer up, rronler. and let's Join In the came." I At the little "Shoppe" Just around lite rorticr she stood longest of nil. I in J all at once Into Connie's" bright lt;cs came n speculative light. The lilodow wnsxfull of small framed pic litres, most of them with tlio Christ Itiu spirit. There were the usual li'jht-ciud children looking up broad Idlmnejs, thero were landscapes of Icowy Holds with distant windows lillclit Counlo studied them nil; she Ira seeing In vision the winding hill Irotd of the place where she had spent Ik-rlaM summer mention; th...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

i S 8AT0BDAY, mnmiBBtt 18, 1020. " mmm irr """ SATURDAY, Diwamm ,. ...n H "Pleased to Meet You" bbbbbbh v i ftr am4vwi I Jdsj. t sjibibbbbbbbbbbbbbY BBBBSsal I i t A .- y, J i xv b iHPibbbbbbbbbbbk .Bv i Sf " '"' v Sov V nBBEV BBf I ov'' ' ' ' "A ! V T'i " jET" IKil Hl rrWksiist4ssBBKBBBjBBBJr MsHnPi 4' sstvsflsiiVsflsr y HHII U sbm n BBB0"tsBBBBsiPBBBBBT vlVv sbbbbbbbbbsbbbbbbbmbbbbbbbbbbbh Bl f 'ir-' ci v - ,?""ABBBBBBBBav-$o Hi f vSBBBt2aT,". r J .'iMiaPHvJllllllllMx?! h i?Tu BfiiMrbtevk si .9?ltBfesBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBttssBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEracx BBJLi Sx BBBBBBBBflsfcsflBBBBBBBKsUABBBBBsT 5i JV yr p itsiaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBatBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBL StBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsl BIBBS' lfkl 8KB -Vitli full nppreciation of tho nmny courtesies nhown dur- VfBj hig tho past your, wo extend our host wishes for a Merry mil (Jhristnuis anVI u Happy Now Year. H J. A. K. Thornton & Sons Co. IKI j; ' Pleasant Grove Utah I f PLEASANT GROVE 1 ?;: LOCALS BBjsl B SMi-h. N.' Weal 18 visiting la Sal...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

I American Fork Citizen i SF,,TinN TH(iR; f jl QBBISTMAS EDITION - SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. cSTsTMAS EDITION i I The Cave of I Buried Wonders I WONDERS IN AMERICAN FORK CANYON REMAIN I ONLY HALF EXPLORED WITHIN HALF HOUR'S I AUTO DRIVE OF THIS CITY. B - H, It has token nature tkousnnds of ycacs to produce that "" t-xccptional specimen of limestone cavern known locally as I ' Hansen's cave, or the Cave of Buried Rivers. High on the spine I ff the Wasatch mountains near tho head of American Fork canyon this gigantio excavation, camo gradually into being I 'hrough tho persistent action of scoping water eating tho soft I filler between layers of harder stone. Then, ns centuries passed I -Jnd the cavity npproachd huge dimensions, nature altered her courso from destruction to construe H Hon and commenced to till tho vast chamber with varicolored drlpstono deposits. This hardly percoptlblo bulldlng-up process Is going on today. Each drop ot water passing through tho cavern spreads its ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

H SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN I Tom-awl flie I Im Cosrbf I Christmas B Pf Ferree Cass El JLJLF-7 1I1;'N' Tom lc'ft ,l' far'" (n tMi tr!Ofw R0 '" "'L' clly '" "mta" llls BlU1 , MUd fortutiu hu did It contrary BEiljj ' 'cKTI ,0 (,IU oiulnoui lientl- Hi : 'WUTWl bIiiiMiib und lilioplicclcs Bj I "f lllKllH,,:r (,f "" "'" Bill I iulKlit(rH. Kvt-n Ills fn- H I I llier mill imitli(T,.ltli)iiHl Bji ycsirx of toll rnpldly lie- BJ ginning In toll upon tlicin, were jh-h- Ml KlinlKtle of Ills rlinnccs of success, nor Bjl could tlicy resist expressing their fore- HjJ ' boding. BID The old folks loved their- lioy too Bjf well to rcpronoli liltn for Ills desertion By, now In the llrst llwrii of his young H inauliood, hut their hearts did nchc nt RI thought of the separation. Bk "You'll soon get tired of nit Hint lBjjl hurly-burly thero In the city, Tom," BjQ lits old father told him. "And when ttfll you do, I want you nlwuys to rcmem- Kf her that we've still got a place for ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

l r tJbbbbbbbI SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1920. HIM W " AMERICAN FORK OIIiZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. j ' II ., TO SANTA CLAUS 1 ' JJ B7 Jame Whitcomb Riley I I ( Moat tangible of all the godM that be, M I JWI Santa Claxu oar oun ainc infancy! ''!.' W ffl fin r u acampered to thee - now, aa then, j Iff -I . a aa children to thy heart again, ) I Be wholly good to ub, just aa of old; I j ' mpleaaed father, let thine arma enfold ) 1 I 1 . U Aomerf i0tf Ain Ae Aawen of f Ay foec, . 'in A U the cheer and wholeaomeneaa thereof. U I If J i I l Thou lone reality, when O, ae long U 'In. , Life'a unrealitiea have wrought ua wrong: H i t I ill Ambition hath allured ua, fame likewise, ill 1 I Mil And all that promised honor in men' a eye. 111 I Kfi Throughout the world'a evasions, wiles and ahifta, 'Wl I M To n(y ei( taofc fAy giftai jMjfl I N grateful king re-ruleth from thy lap, if Crowned with a little aoldiercap; .., Nil I ( J lj A mighty general a nation' a pride nil J nffl 77io giveat ag...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

lH nnirniMiypM SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18 loon SATUBDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1920. AMETlTfiAN FORK Oll'lZEN . 18, 1820. H A CHRISTMAS j J HAVEN I Bj By T. D. Aldmoa H t (ft. 111. Waiters Newpapr Union.) H rf N out rnnn mtt ,,rra,n"3r V " H0'"" ,n, "l0 frrplnce of HHj lSu n f'Oily furnished room. It Bni I NX wns UhrlHtmns rvc nnd Hf Mnrvln Hughes wns looking mft ! t J hack over (ho yonra of lilt fllji MtiPT "fp nml """ Rravc nn(I "od HHi HnVfft dened ii8 ho realized that he fl! i had neither chick nor child H, I of IiIr own, ns the echo of ISPl ; music nnd the voters of rollicking chtl- Awf l trm in the apartment overhead were In i korno to his cars. B j ! Tho rrcoRiiltlon of tho fact Hint lie Iflf; 1 was setting old, thnt ho wns mlsMnr H'jf aetncthlng In llfo that might make Hji Mm hotter nnd happier, appealed to H klm powerfully thin Christmas ore. II n had mechanically distributed the BJ bbosI Chrlstmns lnrgcse at the ofllce. rail Homeward hound ho had neglected no Hf appeal from the street m...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

gffljPAY. DECEMBER 18, 1020. AM1SBIOAN TOBK CITrZEB SATURDAY, DEOEMBEB 18, 1920. 'MM I pROOnESSIVE INDEPENDENT ' PUBLICATION 8CBSCBIPTION I M year In Advance f2J0 I Heaths In Advance .... U0 I mered a Second-Claa Matter at I i Ofice at American Pork. Utah. fluff, aalsford Pahlliher I rtTlCK OF ASSESSMENT NO. 68 flfiatfle Gold Mining A MMUg Cob. I ftffi Principal Dace ff Utaslneis, fl iacrlcan Fork, Utah. 'v fl NOTICE Is hereby given that at a lawttne ot tho directors of the Pacific gild Mining & Milling Co., hold ou fliloT. 17, 1920, an assessment ot $10.00 H Kt etch 1000 shares of outstanding flaock, (ono cent per share) was lev. H)4 payable immediately to H. C. Hjttuon, sccrotary, at his offlco in fllatricsn Fork, Utah. Any stock I h wblch Uiis assessment remains lpld on Dec. 18th. 1920, will be HfcUnquont and advortiscd for sale I public auction, and unless pay- at 1b mado before, will be sold on Ifjttsrday, January 8, 1921 at 4 o'clock an-, at the Dank of American Fork, I lo...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

yfc HflawJ I 6ATUHDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920 AMERICA TOW CITIZEN, SATUBDAY, DECEMBER la I 9 ypsmmysmw&ra B I Please, Please, Dear Santa Claus HBi . I I YULETIDE FESTIVITIES I IN OTHER LANDS (j i-j iN KNGI.AND, Christmas' ;I 1 T celebrations of three or four j HJLJL tiutxJrei years ago charm ijh If m LraW "'"' "ic'r Quaint and simple Bjuf fcMHel J0""?- Tlle English always VV rJKcR """'embered everyone from BK Sjlgl lliclr neighbors down lo HA ifJjWJ? their servants. "In the MM 'country, nn Kngllsli gentle- Ban always Invited his neighbor nnd mS twnnts to his great ,iill at dnybreuk Rif M Christmas morning. There they il ware regaled upon toast, sugar, nut- flw I nnd good old Cheshire cheese." BjH The house was decked with Ivy nnd flUj ather greens. JH Under the title or n "Christmas KM Bx," the general Kngllsli custom. one throws a handful of wltont which hns been brought for the purpose on If, another chops It down very enro fully as the tree must full toward the cast Just ns the Hu...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

flfrnRDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. ., W lr q5Hi AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. ' Ii I, I Beginning a Perfect Day YaVtZXtvffLsffakiLftBM v P""eYaVaVaVaVaVaBlffaVaVJJlf94K3B t FIBPk R9BVaYaPF53 vl LwBvBvBvBvxSvBvBvBvMLwl OiHvBvBvBvBnvBwXBdLttEiezS:' I tfgjV rBByBP fl TI Ct I D I I II I LI I The Christmas tree is rooted deep In love, I Its verdant branches tower far above; I Its fruits are emblems of a fairer clime, I Its odors whisper of a happier time. I 'Tis planted in all lands to spread and grow, I And faith and hope among its treasures glow, I Till the green Life Tree in our midst shall stand, And earth once more becomes an Eden Land. I From Christmas Chimes. Hotel Roberts I A Howe-like flare ij I'llOVO, UTAH. I eeBSHSjaeeeeEisjsj&sjsisHaEisisEEisHgi ffleHaafaaaaejaaiHjajaiBEjasfBrBfsrsrafajs iWHEN YOU WANT I FLOWERS I FOR ANY PURPOSE, Just Asl: TELEPHONE Operator for I EIGHT -O I - PROVO - I 6 i l i 3 Our Slogan, 1 "PHONE EIGHT 0, WHERE THE I ! FLOWERS GROW,"...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

Hi SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. I Ten Tests of a Town 1 "Ton teals of a town," in tho form of a sot 6f questions H prospcotivo Bottlers would ask, have been prepared by L. N. B Flint of tho department of journalism of tho University of B Kansas, as follows: ft 3L Attractivcnoss. B Shall I like tho town its "atmosphere J" Does it H havo tho beauty of shaded streets and other beautiful H features? Is it a quit, roomy,' airy, well-lighted townt Vf Docs it havo attractive public buildings and homes? Is M it well paved? Is it clean in every sense? H 2. Healthfulneas. Hi : Will my family and I havo a reasonable chance to (1 keep well in that town? How about its water supply? MM Its sanitary sv"tcm? Its methods of milk inspection? I Its health department? Its hospitals? Is it without any I congested district! I S. Educaion. m Can I cducnto my family and myself in that (own? M How about its public schools present and future? Its m institutions of higher Education or of business training? m ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

l SlTUHDAY, DKOKMBEK 18. ino0 Pg! m ' , ' - AMEBIAN TORK nTlZEN. .SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1920. Jl iS nniiAD DiMf A iss I jig UULLAn dILL IP ma 1 h ; ! IS A Rlfi RAY M1W JM 3 I Ipy 10 H DIU DUI nlUtt Wyj 1 1 1k4n R f'Ve yeatS "D0LLAR BILL" has struggled along against llPwMfi Ma W I P H a stea'y rising tide of high prices. No wonder he's fagged Mk KIKSr ' StIFI il Q I Fj out-the wonder is that he's done as well as he has! f fMiliS InMS H J t U "W"0W'S THE VERY TIME TO BE THINKING OP CHRISTMAS GIFTS, SAYS "DOLLAR BILL." .SSS H W PJk PI "DOLLAR BILL" IS RIGHT. THE STORE IS FDLL OP CHRISTMAS SPIRIT-THERE'S l&gjrjffijgaSiaslI S, nil ll KSlwS A VARIETY 0F GIFTS' B0TH PRETTY AND USEFUL FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS, AMONG tSgJgSlSMBiggigfcL Li I M IS jjRnj WHICH YOU WILL BE SURE TO FIND JUST THE THINGS YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. l&DKejSgSUBff 1srA Ij !Sf8 The prices below will convince you what "Dollar Bill" can do for you. Kl ll I L H Ml 1 1 II 1 1 1 M I HI HI MM! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

B l5VJ vb v hb hi hi bbbV bbV H I 1"" j'''"iH 9Kl 1 m ixMAsi VMIP vAlt lxm & 1 fl Lmj A IT I II u 0HLL uej m 1 Sale Commences Thursday, Dec. 9th L 4 and Ends Xmas, Dec. 25th. A Hi I DM VTEVER before in the history of our business have we made such tremendous cuts in the Vwa If I UDfc prices on our merchandise as we are making during this Xmas Sale. $35,000.00 must (w H KlfJn be moved before January 1st If Good Merchandise, Low Prices and Quick Service will move it htHf II a9 I S,ecial Discounts on Toys all(l Xmas Goo,ls v '"2 Pflce on Lallies s,l,ts v 1-2 Price 0I Lailies Coa,s P? H I JbBBBBJ Special Reductions on Ladies Hand Bags, Purses. Jewelry, HOPE BLEACH Ginghams, Percales and Outing Flannels, Worth 35 cents and 1 jVJ H WW Handkerchiefs, Kimonne, Bath Robes, Xmas Novelties. 16 2-3c yd. 40 cents yard. SALE 22 1-2 cents &JmA Ki ' IVSSa1 I BbJALL SILK HOSE-ENTJRE LINE SILK GEORGETTE AND SILK WAISTS, SALE PRICE, .... 25 PER CENT OFF-iPj 1 All II ffl XMAS MIXED I H -vl BEST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

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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. — 18 December 1920

WT , SATURDAY, DEOEMBER 18, mm a trap a v vnmc (UTlttEN L ' SATURDAY. DEOEMBER 18, 1920. AMftff R I I H H I JAH -. viii- I'rcsiileiit 'i:?k-t& II B I I'rtslildit. -- U$ I , Utah-Idaho Sugar Company," 'Wt '' ",w " 1)$ ., ' II H H O'ir Sit- '"-flelBB' .v I H Ht H LCtll Oil HM .'"'. H HI We beg to acknowledge receipt of your deposit which was made ';, .:. 1 1 H I with this Bank for the purpose of making settlement with the farmers for . ' II H I "' 1 1 I beets due on the 15th of this month. ' A$$ ' II HI In making this acknowledgement we have waited a few days in , - I I H I order to advise you of the noticable difference in the community since the " I distribution of these funds, coming as it has at a time of unusual financial it I H quietness. I H I We believe and feel that our local iarmers do likewise, that their ;4 . I I sugar beet crops are their best cash crops, not only producing the. cash at a " I H I time when actual money is needed for taxes, winter apparel, fuel and oth...

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. — 25 December 1920

I American fjrfc Citizen I MVOL.XVH. AMEUIOAN FOltK, XJTAHDURDAY, DECEftlBElR 23, 1920. NUMBER 46 'fl Iqty fathers hold i' special session I H 'A special session of Uio City coun I'V was hcia Saturday, Dec. 18th, H-'vlth alt members present, except H:Councllman Coddlngton. H' Tho mayor stated that the purpose Hi ft tho mooting was to sottlo nil bills H or Uio mbntli, In order that tho year s' I)- financial roport may bo rando. H Tho committees on tho matter of M'uansfcrring soma water into tho BUjhio ot Clitpmaij Merc. ,Co., -wan framed moro tlmo for further lnvea H Ration, H; Th'o Water Supt. reported that the H water mains had been extended to tho 'homo of Mary Unlet In tho First Hrrard. H Tho mayor reported that himself H and tho firo commttteco had selected H frank Werner to fill tho unoxpircd H term al FIro Chief, recently resigned H 'y Wm. Ffrmage. Ho was appointed I Iry a unanimous votrf. It was report H d that tho car had been transferred Hrto tho Illtcbncr-Wcrner Garago and...

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. — 25 December 1920

JMT" SATm)mcmBm2520. AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER on 1 "THE BIRD OF PAR- ADISE" AT SALT LAKE THEATRE Bf Richard Tutly'H tiitplcal romance, H'; ''Tim Dlnl oC Paradise." will mnko BB I ilfl nnmml visit to Suit Lako ncvt BBJ' week, opening at thu Halt Iaku Then- Bfl, trc, Monday night fur a week's en- BBf: jraKcmcnt. BBg "The Illrd of t'mmllKo" la u story BBlj ot the colorful, Inngorous nouthlnnd BB -where gently palms i ml plulntlvo ltn- BfL ' wall u 1 1 imiihIc nbuuml.4, anil wlicro a BM vouiik hero, from u less poetic land BJj drifts nlouly away trom tho Ideals BJ I vhlch' hound him trim civilization. HM llo In n young physician who went to MTM tho IslandR to mnku namo for hlm- Bfjll KcU, hut fulling In lovo with a Ha- HbiRj pnlliiu girl ho marrluH hor, and for- HkM getting nil hut III' I.anaka wire, ho HI becomes one ot tho nhlftlcsn, nva- Hn drinking natives and nlnks Into the M depths of Irrcsponillhllty. Finally lBVj when Lunna, hi a bp'ubo. learns that HB' film hnn ...

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