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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 19 February 1921

S ImPABBUAKY 19, 11 AMmpAw poRK cttizbn SATURDAY, FEBBUABY , !. """I Iffll (Classified I lg Ads I SUf fob sALi M B.tE One orown horse; 6 KB I I oil el8ht WOO lbs. Ono sor- Hi E oh cows; two calves; for Ml Cr lh. HM. of March. Jill. I Bent Bench; HI 'roTsAI.E. CHEAP IP TAK- BHI K February - 1-H .. SHI liter right; nice five room E9 1 I a ge cellar; and nice family Ml B Ju,t ono block outside of Mfl Br'n. j 1. Chrlstonsen, Am- II KS. 12-2t-p II Kter. for salo-tho kind that took I Kat8tatoFar.V.H.WlUett. I Kn Second ward. G-3t-p. fcsTcHBJAP L1TTLB II0MB II Br Hi10 room fmnie bou,a' If B summer kitchen, chicken coop. If Kit. etc., n imall orchards lot II Kere Fonr blocks from MalP St., II W wd' ,750 u,te,, " Ia" II B, it Alpine Pab. Co. office. 1 . BtMDE Oil SELL Wo have A I lice nranl comer In Salt Lnko, on I I But and 4th South-US rodo I BJica we will sell or trade for prop. I Br la tmetlcan Fork, or Utah coun- I B CH at Alplno Pub. Co. efflce or one . WU ' B"" MISCELLANEOUS IeMSTITCH...

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. — 19 February 1921

I fpr "' f I I KATUKDAY, FEBttUABV 19, 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAr, FEBRUARY J fk B W Wl -WBWiM Mii -M ' .Z" 1M j L AMERICAN' FORK I j Locals and Personals K Koyal Garden Ten tit Ilohlnson'n. H i Mr. unit Mrs. .ItirvJn Aydololtq! K hf dut from Saturday till Tuesday In B' Ht.lt I.ako with relatives. T .. U w Mr. iitnl Mm. Jcsao Klrknmii 'are H' rejoicing ovor tlio nrrhul ot u lid by Hj boy, horn Tuesday, Feb 13th. H i H; Watch- tlio windows tit" tinirliiK- R ' toa'x for 'mums. ' j W 4 Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur, Dlckcrsoii and Ht ! mc Uolhort nuitori'il to American ! H' , 1 tJrk fmiti Snlt Luke Wednesday anil R , orJnt tlio dny with Mr. nml Mm. Al- K int. Itowlcy. H 4 Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvoy Hnmlltdn of Hj , Auiirlonn Fork aru tlio proud urand- H'l i r.rtmtt) of n lmliy Kiel lorn to their Hj ftuiRhtor. Lillian Ilitiiilltou Ol.ton, nt H the-' Holy Croat hospital, Snlt Iri:c, Hj i'U Saturday, Fob. 12th. 1 Wnteh for OiMiit'fl bit; 3 dny tiuc- H, Hon nud nil tni; nale In March. . Mr. nud M...

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. — 26 February 1921

g American Ffrk Citizen- ! KET CONTRACT Of I snUJHEODED I '"Again Wdncidny, reprcsoutatlvca I of, the sugar manufacturers of the I fote and of tho Utah BtoU form bu- - H &u were unablo to reach an aBreo- ":B "fa 0I tbe 1921 contracts for sugar ' 3-Ar I bwta, and tho conforonco was adjour- tf.Sj; TJio sut,commlttoe of tho farm I twrcau which represented that body I jn'the negotiations M report bUck dl fat inability to roach an agreement I i the cxecutllvo committee of tho I ute organization, ahd that body will determine what steps will now bo taken . Agreed on tho prlnclplo ot u prico ilSring contract, botltho sugar man- ufacturcre and tho beet growcro cvl I denced an earnest dcslro to reach a - J conclusion satisfactory toboth Intcr- """H ests, but could not agrco on the dc- I tills of the contract, especially as I tho factor of ocst of raising beets was H concerned. I Tho disposition on tho part of the I conferees was to await a thorough $) I consideration of tho questions lnvo...

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. — 26 February 1921

Bf 5" " ' " - t-wi?i ufr aaSl I BaaH' H Hi SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2G 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN ' . .! SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1921. I bibV' H'' American Fork Oitizen H OfUc Alpine l'ub. Co. lildg. B,' H'i A PnOQRKSSIVB INDEPENDENT ; PUBLICATION Hj snnscRiPTiON H One Vear In Adranco 12.59 , Six Konths la Adrancc .... IU0 ,1 ! Entered fcnnf.-HvM Matter at ' rent Office at American Fork. Utah. t L. W. OaUIord PuhlUher ; PRESIDENT'S CABINET H'., NOT A LEGAL BODY H; Every four years when a R now president takes lus office Hjj lto American people bear a Ki yieat deal about his "cabinet" Hjf One would think that the cub- Hfi tnet is tho greatest body iu tho W Country, at least able to put H'! Ihrough great acts and meus- H As a matter of fact, tho pre- H hident's "cabinet" as such has H no legal oxistonco or powers. H 1 n creating tho departments 132 H years ago, Congress author- H ized secretaries to head them, H'l . ut no mention was made in H'i ' Iho law of a cabinet or a cab- Hn inot 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. — 26 February 1921

5a fiAFU AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, JUL H HISTORYOFIHE MONARCH MINE ENSUE FICTION As the Monarch' mine Btock in 01Pncd mostly by American Pork people, the following concerning the property will bo of Interest to thorn and their friends: The history of the Monarch mine reads llko fiction. Located 48 nllles est and 12 miles north of Salt Lake City and bordering on tho western hore of tho Great Salt Lake lies, tho Ukc Side mountain ranee, containing .omo of tho largest undeveloped oro bodies In tho state of Utah, accord jnr to the best geologists and mining engineers of today. In tho midst of this district lies the lamous Monarch mlno. tormorly tho property of the lata Mail Olsborn, who built tho road, mined and ship ped oro by team from th'oro to tho smelter at Slagtown, near Stockton, rtah. a distance of 46 miles. Ship ments vrcro also mode to the Mingo smelter tit Sandy, also by boat across tho Orcat Salt Ijako to Corrlno. The lack of water and timber, the 45 mile ...

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. — 26 February 1921

bbby I H I ' H' SATUT?T)AY, FEBRUARY 2fi, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1921. I COUNTY NEWs BBflYi BflBY'j Tun Arc I'uiiJsIicd BBM I'rovo Fell. 22 Judo Duah or Uhl BBBK i forfeited $5 bull for driving in (lib BBBJr. clly limits without lights. Oeorgo BBBx' rhllllpB wan fined $50 or fifty days BBBVj in Jail for having vanilla extract In BBBf I Ills ponsosBlon. The cases canic tip H'j before City JikIro J. II. Tucker. B' John Hllcs Dies til ICIpo Ago H Afler Iiiltlifiil Career BBK Provn, Feb. 22 John Ollcfl, one of BBBf tho early ploneora of Proo, died at BBBJ' li f n homo In tho First ward at an early BBBf', hour this morning, following a pro- BftVJj longed illness hrougght on by Inflr- BH; mlticH Incident to advanced ugo. MUM) In Tho Conrts 1 BBJ I BBJ1 I'rovo, Fob. 2.1 Hlmn lovcrldgo of BBBj; I rovo Honch won arrested Saturday BBJj by Pntrotmman If. I). Honor for BBBjV speeding. Ho deposited $10 for hln BBBJ4 appearance In the city court. Owen BBBJ' Kwlng of Sp...

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. — 26 February 1921

' I)JBH iTOBDAY, FEBRUABY 26, 1921. flB jig iLjijMiMl AMERICAN FORK CITIZiai SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 192t H Classified I FOB SALI .. flALBFord louring, very neat France and mechanically good, "ff? P-"" Martin f,?ovrolet Dealer. -tt K..f RBLL-H "uw ot cno,ce UBd Kliik. of 'water; 3 mile Itot American Fork, on Alpine JT toT i50O.OO on easy term. Kfrent tor cash or V" '? El Write or phone. P. L. Hlck- en, FroTo. KTbALB -One :rown horse; 6 Kin old. weight WOO lbs. One aor- lHdleh cows, t'wo calm; or uur the tlfth of March. 3. It. K1 Btat Bench' Ht Bsfa FOR 8M.K. CHEAP IF TAK- W daring February - 11 cs, Lod wter right; nice llye room d Urge cellar; and nice family Eeoard. Just one block outaldo ot Km malts- J Chrlstonscn, Am Wr1 - i 12-Jt-D trlcaa Fork. BCT ruv.kP LITTUD nOW H for sale-Two room frans aouss, hli summer kitchen, chicken coop. stable, etc., and email orckart; lot Ku acre. Fo'W Mock" ,rom Mto Bt" n IWrt ward. $750 takes It. Xa Klr it Alpine Pub. Co. ottos. t0 TRADE Oil SELL W...

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. — 26 February 1921

r (?f i -fi" W iB i7y -"B ! , , ArrowfvvnnTv nTIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 19J H1 SATURDAY. FEBRUARY. 20,15)21. ... ,- AMERICA FORK CT11ZLN B' ! . . AAIBKIOAN FORK Hl Locals and Personals H Head every line Chlpmnn'H ail nn HH front pago; It menus n saving to you. B Jmncs Hi Cltirko attended the olil H, folks celebration In Alplno Tuesday. H ' Mrs. N'!' M. AmDroHO left for Salt Hj Lako Thursday (or a wock's visit H, with rolatlvcfl utul friends.. H. I Mr. and Mrs. P.. 0. Illtchnor nio- H, (oro'd to Suit Iiko Tuesday and npent ,'' the 'day with relutlvcs and friends. H Mr. nnd Mrs. I. A. Culbcrtsun H- Mid'1' Mr. and Mrs. Jamctt Kppnrton H; it Salt l-iko wtra tho Sunday gjests Ht of Mr. .nd Mrs. Huubc.i Clilpman. '' Hj Dr. nnd Mrs. !(. K. Robinson of H Opdon, Rpont Washington's birthday H; wltti Mr. noblnson's parents, Mr,, and 'i Mrs. T. V. Trane. il B, Watch for particular! ot a rant's H big 'auction nnd red tag sale, March' H .7tli, 18th 10th. Bf Mrs. J. Traccy Wootlon and chll- 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. — 5 March 1921

H Affigrigan Fjr k Citieil I : J0 -- AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATUjfcbAY, MARCH 5, 1021. " NUMBER 1 IfilTV FATHERS MNS jpiNY BUSINESS I !'The teguhr meeting, of tho City iouncll was hold Saturday ovcnlnB, b. 26th, wh lh0 mhyoT and nU council members present, excepting s, V. Chlpman who was excused on fl trcount of Illness. A petition signed by Mrs. Hebor '.shelter nd olhors, asklnc that tho ilr co-operate with the : others for (a extension or the lighting system I to 5th Eait on 1st North. The mat I ur w" referred to the Electric Ltght- al Wg commltlco for Investigation. H It. E. Baxter' and Oliver Hunter, fl representing tho scoutmasters of tho fl town, appeared and asked the coun- fl .ell to recognize tho activity and Im- H fortanco of tho Mof" Scout movement. II They also made mention that the city H flag was In a very delapldatcd con- " II 'iMon nmiost Dyni1 repair. A II motion carrjed that a new flat: bo I ipuich'ased by tho city, nnd tho pub- lie property commlttco was appoint- cd...

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. — 5 March 1921

M SATURDAY, MARCH fi, 11)21 . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 19211 Bl H,' American Fork Citizen j, iifflco Alpine Pub. Co. Illdic. H' a proorrosivk independent I, PUBLICATION If SUBSCRIPTION j One Year In AdTnnro $U0 H Mi Konthi In Adrnncc .... ftfQ H , EmoroJ inoonrf-GUaij Matter at H rent Offlco at American Fork. Utah. Hjj L. W. Qalsford Puhlliher j PRESIDENTIAL FACTS Hi ! "nrnsn ?. Harding, who Hy took oflico yesterday ns this Hjl twenty-ninth president oC the H United States, i tho first pros H ident to bo clouted to that high H offico on his birthday. Ho was Hij b5 years old November '2, 1920. H! Ho is tho first U. S. senator R elected to tho presidency. h President Harding is tho so- 1 venth president contributed to m tho country by tho state of 1 Ohio. Only Virginia, with a Bf total of eight presidents born Bj within hor borders, outranks M Ohio, in this regard. No prosi- '1 dent has been born west of fl , Ohio. No president has resid- '1 od west of Illinois. 1 Pres...

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. — 5 March 1921

I ;1A ' AMERICAN FOBS CITIZEN ' - SATURDAY, MARCH 5192 Hffi fil BUREAU AND SUGAR CO. OFFICIALS REACH AGREEMENT ON PRICE OF BEE1S FOR 1921 I oflrbli of the Utah SUto Farm bu rau and the Utah-Idaho Sugar com mbv Friday concluded an agreement oTthe price bantu of tho 1921 sugar beet contracts, which for tho first doe In Utah will mako provision for MrmnlB on both the bnslB of tho nrice received by tho manufacturers (or the sugar and the sugar content 0( the beets Brown, by tho farmers. SThe agreement vai reached after so than a week of negotiation be twten the sugar company, repreacn Utlvei and the sugar beet committee of the state farm bureau. At the present price of sucar net to tie refiner of $7.90 per hundred pound bag the farmers would rccelvo $9.04 per ton for beets, as compared ulth the $12 minimum of last year. a D. McKay, president of the farm bureau, declared his satisfaction with the price basis of tho contract, as did the Utah-Idaho oulclals who took part is the negotiation...

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. — 5 March 1921

mmmmWc' ihwwwmjw. -JKn"BMfflflfl9flfl9fl flflflflflflflflflfln- v j 3- v' " HaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVflV J Hal HHHHHHHBHHj Hi smmmr, mami r,, ifa. ' ammtcan MincoiTOte. Saturday, mahoh. 5, ml ' COUNTY NEWS aflaflHi Provo Injured mMmmal In Automobile Accident ' I H, Mr. and Mrs. Wltllnm Jomid wore Hi IJirnwn through' (ho wlndshlold of Hflflflft , their nutomoblle nnd Mrs. Jorrad-fcn- Hj dcrod unconscious when tholr carcof- HHHHu, Hdcd with' one occupied by Mr. nnd K Mrs. It. W. Kuso of Provo at Bandy Hj nt 7:45 o'clock Sunday ulglit. Mrs. H' .Tirrad was taken to Bait l.ako by HHHHJ George H. Johnston, treasurer of tliu HflflVj, Western Arms comiinny. HflflVl' ' According to Deputy Sheriff Gordon H Slewnrt, Mr. Homo was driving on thu 1 wrong sldo of tho street. The cars HHi . ; collided head-on. BaaaaaaaW T jf Flonrrr Woman IHcs H at Homr of Ilnughtcr H ; iVrovo, Feb. 28 TUtchncI Cat horn K Ferro, widow of lloawoll Kcrro, died fll here Inst night at tho homo of hur tt daughter. Mm. JoHOphlno ...

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. — 5 March 1921

fJAflUBPAY "" ' , AMERWAN..piTtf , SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1921. H I immmft Qfbfe Department :i I H -- " " f MEN YEAR l ijLD BOY KILLED V I what proved to bo a very .rcriouH Incident rccurcd .hero Saturday, raor H Kg,, j03t ou the west side of tbo San H Iftdro track crossing "when about 11 Ip'eWk a Frd truck' drlvon by Ltt0 &oW. 31 year, of ago Dl?, South f 'Inrit West street, -San. tonicity? fan (1 the cement roadandlfcraehed Into I telephone pol f&.- l I Frwl Blackburn Roblson, 17 years H I of age. on lrs- 8arnh B'nckburn H I B?Won. 172 West, Fifth South' strrct H I ridlnB wllh Mn Dowty WUB V Instantly killed. Tho boy's skull was I I fractured, his neck and both nnns I troken. Mr. Dowty's Injuries con H illed of a badly cut left oyo, a brok- tn collar bone, lacoratlons of tho B I M1 (ar anc' 8CVcro t)ru,RCS on lll H I It side of his face. K The Injured man and tho body of I the boy were taken at onco to Amerl I I can Fork, where Dowty wan given 1 I (nit aldrby Dr, J. F. N'oyos....

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. — 5 March 1921

H' 1 E5 Hi SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATTJBDAY, MABCH S, v -C ' l . ana I LOCAL MAPPEMNa ' m H March 17-18-19 will bo your) lucky H ' hys ir you ntteail Grant's trig auc- H Hon and Ited Tap Bale. ' H ! ' Hlj Mrs. II. S. Itnsmusscn and Mary H ' Christiansen spent Monday at Lchl, H -with Mrs. Darrcll Fowler. Hi, Dolbcrt Chlpman camo homo Wcd- H ncsdny from his Bhoep licrd at Huiih K Vlloy. H! - Hi' Zulmu Jollcy returned to Salt l-ikc Hi Friday after spending tho week with Hf her mother nnd family here. Hv iMr. Dolbcrt Chlpman spent Sun dny In Pleasant Qrovo with her nioth c, Mm. A. Ho'.man. , H" Mrs. Joseph U Jfollry nnd son H" 1 Washington, urn spending tho -week H at Provo wi'h rolatlvo and friends. Hj' Huy your goods at your own price fvt Grant's 3 days auction and Rod M Kg Sale, March 17th, ISth, 19th. S Hf Misses Marjorlu Winters and Gcr- H' tudo Olscn of I'rovo were yio week Hp) end guests of Mlsa Ila Maudsloy Hijj here. H Mrs. II. V. Rasmusson nnd Miss Hf) ...

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. — 5 March 1921

'"'isillH I rrnnAY MARCH 5. 1921. IH lrmtiJAii AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1921 H 32, CI assif iecf I a Ads j mrro sax L TEAM FOR Bh!!lZl gsw1 ,. Mao one doublo work MlVto C Minor, American tfW 5-lt ert HToKlXTracros of choice land, tfshlrea of water; 2 mllcn " Amn Fxrk. on Alpine "T for i500.00 on easy terms. H'rnt lor cash or percentase of illl or phone. P. L. Hick, BBBr"?1" 26-tt gBgi " rrE -Tone jrown home; 6 IKLrTold. weight 1S0O lb.. One sor IlfCa 6 y old. 1450 lb..; two Eftnllch cows; two calves; for IE, tfter the fifth of March. J. II. IKfe81 B,acr- , KoiTcHKAP VXTTVB HOkW fSTiale-Two room ftramt koM, MKSu T.te nd son orekariS lot Sward. l750Uke.lt. la- B, .. Alolne Pub. Co. oca. Ilto TRADE OR SELIv-YTe have a 1 1 .Jncant corner In Salt Uke, on I -.? East and 4th Soutb-xS rods -I Sf. will " or trade for prop. I Sr in American Pork, o: UUt i conn I Jll at Alpine Pub. Co. officer I (tone 85. I """"" TOB KMT " MODERN FURNIBHBD ROOMS FOR rent-Inquire E. J. Durrant, ...

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. — 5 March 1921

B 1 Hi .wAXTtuc-nTrrTKr SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 49J sAmmmAV MAnnir r 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN "" Hl ,U1.I.U1J'.) ,..w "I Hi! AMEU10AN FORK B Locals and Personals F J. H Garden seeds of nil kinds, loose or H 'n pucknges, nt Harrington's. Hi H Shorlff Uoyd was In Amor lean Fork H Wodnosdny on official business. H' Mrs. I,cRtcr Kirk and children nro H In American Pork tills week from H. tholr homo near Ogdcn, visiting rclu- H lives nnd friends. y H - Nino Cans Tomatoes nt Chlpmnn'B K $1.00 Bale, for $1.00. H Mrs. Samuel Padfleld accompanied H' lier nlHtor, Mrs. Annlo Urown to Mt. Bj Pleasant, to visit with relatives far Hf a short time, H( j Theso worm duys are bringing out H:,' tho nutos and farm work will soon fj start If It continues. Many aro al- H-"j ready cleaning up yards and lawns. H! H,j Mrs. Carollno Adams ontuitalnod a V tow friends end I datives at a chicken K? 'dinner 'Wednesday complimentary to H 'tier daughter, Mrs. Karl Jouca' birth- Hii Bi Highest prices paid for veal, c...

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. — 12 March 1921

I F 1 s vH I " 9 ',?'" HHI lmgrican Fk Citizen I I fy tU'MlCAN FQItK, UTAH, SATP4yt MAR(aiT2. 1921 NUMBED fr I 1IWEE ARE LAID I TO REST DURING y'l THEPAST WEEK I ' JOSS rilOEDE ADAMS nil H 0n0 0f the largest funcrnla held eek I lo American Fork was that held over I ihe remains of Phoebo , Adams, Mon- in I . who dled PrWay otter nn m' wbs of soveral months .from goitre. 99 I Sho was BO yoarg of ago, and was 1 M tfce daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arza I I Atom, two of American Fork's carl- est settlors, Mr. Adams having como nere la 18 IS with his unclo, Stephen I airman. Ho married Cathcrlno Cun- I nlngham Sept. 17, 1S70. Phoebe Ad- I ms was the 9th child of a family of I teTon. MIbs Adams was quiet and I unissumlng. After tho death of her I father she and hor mother woro called I upon to part with two of hor beloved 7 H ,,tcrs. They were Ilculnh' Rhodes I nd ndlo Householder Beaulah leav- I log to children, Arza and I.onnle, I and Ilcllo leaving three, Irwin, Wlll- I Um and Glenn. When t...

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. — 12 March 1921

V & mWr, ymr SATURDAY, MARCH 19 JfATUgg jL SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1921. AlflCBICAN FQMC CITIZEN . JlT' "Mggggg 1 UiWidioAMi If i' , ,K American Fork Gitixen W : (Wlee Alpine Tab. Co. Hid. w,, i mt A PnOQRRSSIVB INDEPENDENT WL . PUBLICATION M' ' SUnSCML'TION 4Tj One Year In Adrnnco $2.60 ML. fill Months In Admncc .... $JJ0 WE jMr, Emored S-oonA-GUj Matter at Jg Prut Office at American Fork. Utah. m L. W. Gatsford Publisher sffif ! , - I THIS QUESTION OF I; SUNDAY . "Shull the United States 3k abolish Sunday?" aslcs Henry m' Ford's paper. ? ' Of cotirso not. But there is Jf a lot in the viewpoint. Of late wo have been huv ,jL ing much talk concerning W "blue lawn" and many papers W l'ave worked themselves into m a fine frenzy about it. Most '- of the talk is bunk. Very few of the people who are cam w, piigning for a "purer" Sun- IR, day want to go half ius far as these organs of opinion say they do. i Sunday observance is large- ' ly a mutter of viewpoint. What ' ? one man considers ...

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. — 12 March 1921

,ih HBBH , JcATTJSDAt MABflKlg,; 1921, , Hfi 17M AMlMOANJpMCCrnZBM SATURDAY, MARCH, J2, 1921, H HI isuuimwLiiiiJiioim H I We have all been looking forward with anxiety toward spring, to know just I H I what will be worn and at WHAT PRICES we may be able to get our merchandise. I M II W E ARE N0W READY WITH 0UR NEW, MAMMOTH, WELL SELECTED STOCK FOR SPRING AND SUMMER BOUGHT IN LARGE QUANTITIES; I H Hg BOUGHT FOR CASH, TAKING ADANTAGE OF EVERY DISCOUNT. WE ARE READY TO SHOW OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS, THE BEST SELECTED AND I H M LATEST STYLES IN MEN'S AND WOMEN'S WEAR, THAT HAS EVER GRACED OUR STORE. I HI II I dPl) Ladies and Misses Coats, Suits and Dresses 4fo 1 H IH I wts Spring Dress Materials with trimmings to match. The rich Greys; the new Tans and Browns for Spring. Harding MjP I II I t$r& Blues and Coolidge Greys. A M) H --- Hfi -HK 1 Silk prices are now on a pre-war basis and you can have pretty Silk garments at reasonable coat. Como in and see our l J Y I B III 1 7 1 4 I ne...

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. — 12 March 1921

' I j BAIUBDAY, MAIIC1I 12, 1921, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1021. , l 'COUNTY. NEWS 1 : I Hj J'h Connlj- Commissioners Notes If, Trovo, March 7 At today's meeting j I of tho board of county commissioners, fl Ti. A. Porter and nbout a dozen other B "armors from Pnyson, owning land In M tho nowly created dralnngo district K No. i, appeared und protcstod vlg- orously ngnlnst tho malntcnnnco of itlic district. Itowlnnd Smith nppearod heforo tho beard In behalf of tho Cedar Fort dls- ' diet, asking Unit roads ho repaired H' rnd rchullt where necessary. The mut- !ter was referred to Commissioner Jns. ' T. (Innlnor to Investigate I Mrs. Aimlo D ralmor and Mrs. Inca Knlcht Allen asked tho hoard to pnt Into effect tho wldowB' pension law so t as to glvo moro support to certain H! rddown In Utah county, who wero not Hil being (tided ctifllcleutly nt tho present H t,me' j Mnrrliiirc Mct'iiHcif Issued Provo, March 7 Itoyal Johnson of H, Provo nnd Altu North or Charleston, H .and...

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