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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 12 March 1921

yBP9M-MaB -H 1 r"P7tw j b-V. "" ' "i" - -""" " V' M IDI ' I miijnAV MAliCil 12..1921. Pj jj tT '. .. AMERICAN EORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAKCH 12, 1921. IJJIJ I reclassified I I Ads I ' MK P FOK SAM L HALE CHEAP G passenger . opposite Co-op .tore, Aer: . . lvi rin Krkr bm"flJUB 20 acres of land, mile Kit and m'Ue south of sugar L, PrJco 1800 cash. Bee Srookston or write C. B. HalU RToarland. Utah. - i " " KrrLL 8ELIr-l acres of choice land, f is share of water; 2 mllee L(Jtn of American Fork, on Alpine Koad, for $1800.00 on easy terms. Kriu rent for cask r percentage of LfoM Writ or phone. P. L. Hick- T Pmro 26-" nun, FroTO. H m "" . - HERE'S A CHEAP L1TT1JD IIOIM for nie Two room frmm- house, 1.1th summer kitchen, chlckeB coop. cubls, etc, and small orckar tot l.tcre. Four blocks from Main St., la Third ward. $750 takes It. la- ,ure at Alpine Pub. Co. offlce. I TO TRADE OR 8ELtr-we hare a I nice virant comer In Salt Lake, on I 1th &.st and 4th South-xS rods - I which wo will soil ...

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. — 12 March 1921

flf I H SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 12.1 M Hi AMERICAN FORK I B Locals and Personals m . t r r.rT1,.,.,.,L.1Jp M l H Call "Hort" for poporhhnglng. I'liono t j CC-J-2. 12-21-p B H Thomas Shnftor, Clarcnco anil K Molvln Orant motored to Salt Lake H Wednesday to attend tho stato tour- Hl noment held at tliat place. Hf Mr. and Mr a. Will It, Hanson are Hi rccclvlni: congratulations oror tho ar- Hj Jlval of a baby boy ut their homo H Mondny, March 7th. H Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thoinas ot B Hawllngs, Wyo., nro In Amorican Fork Hjj tli'ls wcolc visiting with relatives and Hj; friends. They enmo to attend tho fun H'j oral of Miss Phcobo Adams. I Hji Mrs. Kllsnbcth I.owo, who has boon ft vIsttlitK .vltli lier children at Hooper, H; Utah, for tho past three months, ro- Hi turned homo Wednesdny ovonlng to Hi' spond tho summon Hl Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Senrlo moved this H; week from American Fork to Hurley, H'jj Idaho, whoro thoy oxpect to make Kf, their homo. Mr. ...

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. — 19 March 1921

American Fdirk Citizen I 1 1 VOI. XVIH AMERICAN FORK, UTAH,'. SATURDAY, MARCH- 19. 1921. NUMBER 0 HI ttUEF SOCIETY PAGE IaNT A GRAND SUCCESS ' The pagoant as presented by tho ' Bail! 8oclety Thursday nlghi in tho ! nferaaclo more than fulfilled all ex- sedations. Practically all seating room In t ltt auditorium was I Ukta. besides a number who prefer HrM tao balcony. ; J m, entertainment J undoubtedly M theflM and m08t PftcUcular of ,t8 ' kind erer presented in American Pork. All that could have boen desired in" ! gorgeous costumes, beautiful Bccnory I 'and lighting effects wore splondldly I worked out by Axol Rloomqulst, Tho H ttulcal numbors, undor U10 direction H ot Prof. Paxman were good. Tho coin jfl mlttees for all phases of tho pageant IB did their work exceptionally ve and fl descrvo credit for its splendid buc- It was n wonderful story! inter- woven with beautifully portrayol I ccnes ot charity and mercy. Tho I first episode carried ono back to tho I time of tho Savior 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. — 19 March 1921

f SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1921. 4IM SAl BBH . H American Fork Citizen H ; ORlee Alpine Tab. Co. Ulig. Hi; Htj A rnOQRESBIVE INDEPENDENT H PUBLICATION ;. : H ' SUBSCRIPTION BBjt One VMr la Adraace &St B; ! Kralha Ih A4tuc- .... I1.W Hi BBa; Unbred ooirt.01s Matter at H1 , Pent OBce at Atnortcnn Fork. Utah. H ' j ! Hl mV Mm ' ' L. W. Qalsford Publisher Hi! THE GROWING CANKER H r IN AMERICA HI Hil Aro you paying any nttcn- Hf lion to the immigration flitu- B( ationT Do you know that ninc- Hi tnnths of tho Bolnhoviki and Hj! anarchists in tho United Stntoj Hl can hardly speak English, H'i; have hardly any knowledge of K this country beyond tho region B.'!! thnt their legs and eyes and Hs; ears take them? I l V :j Ellis Tsland is tho New York Hfj entry point of most of tho im Hj migrants. When they land B they find henutiful buildings Bl i:!l ready for their reception. 'i'beso buildings aro kept spot- fj iely clean. There aro play- HJ grounds for tho children, n nil iitrGory for tho smal...

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. — 19 March 1921

J SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1921. J 1 1HE GARDEN 1 0THE SHAH" - ProfcsBor Ernest Paxman of tho music department of tho local Mgh S ichool, has been preparing tor aomo V time and now haa practically ready I for presentation, a comic opera In tfreo acts, entitled "In tho Garden of I the 8hah." Tho datCB not for tho por- lil formanco hero arc March 30 and 31st ? tt Pleasant Grovo April 1; Lchl April ffl v and Alplno April 4th. Tho musical comedy la of a Persian V tfe having an Oriental setting, Tho JH lrg viu nil bo dressed In dainty V Persian costumes, in keeping with their parts as members of tho Shah's PI harem. Tho malo members of the t chorus are representing American mining engineers. Tho cast of char f sclera Is as follows: ' hiah, Zohdah's friend Rclla Hun- II lI Zthdah, daughter of tho Shah Dcttn UH Fay Miller. II Nowobch Zohdah's nurso Floronco t Friday. H Ted Harding Amorlcan Ronald Nl- H choice. VI Billy Cummlngs mining export &YJ Bert Storrs. VAfl Samuel Johnson Jaokson colo...

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. — 19 March 1921

H Hl K Hn .",. B SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1921. AMEBIC AN FORK CITIZEN . .. SATURDAY, 'ftAttCII 19, m COUNTY NEWS H : f Federal Ofllccrs Make Unlit Ji H By far the largest "boozo" mnnu- J factoring con com over operated In H this county was suddenly clotted to- K far When O. K. Kocnnn, United Stated t ' Federal Prohibition Enforcement offl- j car for thin district, nccompnnlcd by Hj three government detectives, County H; Attorney Milan Straw and Deputy H' Sheriff Prank Honor raided a plant B operated at what In known as tho old H i Bdllock homo near tho county inflr- Hi mary and arrested Jomos M. Kvnns, H1 j St, Ot Tcnnecseo, and John II. Parks, t; 9. ot Salt Ixiko City, who wore at Hjjj the placo at tho timo. j For sovorn l weeks City Attornoy Hl' Jacob Coleman and County Attorney ji " Milan Straw hnvo been working qulet H; J !' ly and effectively on thin case. Today H ! k (Ir Koenan enmn to Provo at their re- H qufst and with tho nbovo named of- 1 1 fleers went to tho plnco and mado H ...

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. — 19 March 1921

IsATUBD MABO&lft .1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 15), 1921. I g Pleasant Grove Departineiii I AM SOCIETIES HOLD 1 MEETINGS IN HONOR f OF ANNIVERSARY gpeclat programs wero given at tbo hM Rellef society meetings Tuesday, In boDor of tho anniversary which la ifefl tho 17th of March'. H The First ward met, at tho homo ot r u Mrs. Mary Hay andwiwmtly 'fur- k W prised her, It being hor"-80th birth- H iU anniversary. Fork H Mrs. J. H. Tomllnson evo a road- B jng on tho first organization of tho Foa ifl Itrllef Society. "" Tho lesson was given by Mrs. H Donald Noblo. Fork m solo, "I'm Growing Old," was roa B iercd by Mrs. Art Holman. KufcH Reading by Mrs. J. II. Adams. H Tho opening prayer was offorcd by I Mrs. Herman Green and tho boncdlc- Grow fafl tlon by Mrs. Win. Uobbins. H Refreshments wero served. H The Second ward met at tho homo Irow of JIn)i Ly(1Ia cook. H The opening prayor was offered by !rrt iB Mrs. L. N. Peterson. H The lesson was given by Mrs. neg ate hH ,na...

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. — 19 March 1921

KPKffmifWff p !!"?'-'" . " .rA VI ? '" "T-- i T',"wr - ''awTaaBaw- $ aaaa LaaHl aaH j SATUKDAY, MAKCII 19, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 19jB g Hi1 1 I LOCAL I ; jAPPENMG$ Hi Call "Uort" for paporhnnglng. l'liono H Bc'-J-?. 12-2t-p Wj m Junes Chlpman was a business vis Hi , ' (tor la Provo Saturday. B; ' H. MIbi Vera Tuylor of Lohl wao a H (Sunday guest nt tho homo of Mm. H ; Mary Mauddsley, hero. MV: i' Hiss Morlo Chlpman of Lognn spent H ; the week end lioro with her paronts, Hf Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Clilpman, H IV c'l Nato Robinson Is recovering from Hi U'ncss, following tho removal of his H)i) tcnills. 'I !ri John Shatter roturned to Dlnghnm & fjnturday, after spending a foV days f : here with bis mother. j Mrs. A. R. Anderson of Lohl spent M Cunday hero with hor daughter, Mm. i I Mary MaudBley returning homo Mon- H Everett Inrnon of Moroni roturnol Rjj ts bis homo Monday after upending M a Bhort visit horo with' Dr. and Mm. Hji; V. A. Homer. R' Mr. and Mrs. JoBop...

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. — 19 March 1921

Z5555 M ' ,, SATURDAY. MARCH 19, 1921. 9 lHlsskaj-HeVjH j- gS J C NEY COMPAQ-A i I Easter Apparel! j I, I New Dresses! sik -53P! ' Ik HEADQUARTERS Jy?y I loatttngr ror Yoa FfiHHk - II M"001 " the Favorite Fabrics and Colors.' l I yijhSh JrMBbu. 3 I W.7S ' NEW DRES$ES-$14.7S to $29.50 ill VK'JuFn 1 I AMortmenlceabfthflThrMLMdlMSkadM V WSSKSfSBSk 2 II H ' 1921 Brewa, Nary aad Black. if JSSfflSm II wi,h No.1. Silk taffeta. Selfvettee front. &1 A 7tf tti vi SSE3k2fi BOO APrettrtyletvefrreMonabIeprice JPJ.D JW IJfcrBsElfSGroBMBH M TV jfc a, Silk Taffeta. , Vestee front; buque models ff iWl BBBfigMH.- '.Hpopa- ""underdrop. A dainty little Ef Q Crt . ''wW AEBsS4 I -B'75 N3TsUk'ffe'VeiVecVrontiK!ft.oo'7ff M 1 1 JZZrvt a0Dl'Hmaed underilroP- This b a little beauty. . . 345 CSirOJ--- " ?k sKft fe si?sTfftH'1. 6Pnettt on front ol rl7 rfW ) Um BOU bodice: gathered wautline. An elab- djOl 7ff A I (if SMMl H M.50 mkW ''f"nderdrop. You'll ad-to7 ff FTMrl 5 3 . H . m.re this youthful little dre...

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 March 1921

I aan, mmich .,ta. """' satmiday, maboh xJ Ht Immi ' i im 1 1 If AME1U0AN FORK I Locals and Personals I ; Tonight (Saturday) 1b tlio laut bis Wff f auction nt Urnnt'a and tlio final prlzo I j' t drawing. mm ' (; Mrs. Dell Chlpman ot Provo opont I Friday In American Fork with Mrs. L-. 8. Harrington. 4 ' Mr. and Mrs. John IL Davis spent Fuel ay In Suit Ixiko. Their Hon Da vid, Is confined to a hospital thcra Mrs. Rose If. Grant returned to her 'Lome hero Sunday, aftcr'spendlng the ' poet ton days "t Rlvorton with hor k nlcco, Mrs. Lydla Ottcrson. Now spring straw hats for field nnd Ijr, nordon for church and outings for l , Mlssos, Children nnd Ladles at Chlp- If l mi'n's. I ' Mrs. Alllo Frnmpton and M. B. Scolt I I ' , ot Salt Lnko spent Sunday In Amorl R j i cri; Fork visiting rolatlvcn and fri ll j -or ils. JB Mr. and Mrs. C. I Joy and children lf nnn Mrs. Ruby While and children ot Salt Lako spent Saturday In Am- v'J nrlcnn Fork, visiting with relatives 3 '; nnd trlonds. I i, PAIN...

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 March 1921

W nM lAmerigan Fofrk Citizen I 6L.XH AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATUUDAYIARCII 2G, 1921. NUMBER 7, H eATH CALLS ANOTHER I OLD SETTLER Peter Adumson. another ot Amorl tft Fork's oiacst settlers and well Hcown business man, passed to tho HLt Beyond Monday morning, about o'clock. Ho was 82 years ot ago, BtTtaK been Iwrn nt Uoreland, Parish I'Dysart, Flfeohlrc, Scotland, Oct. to and his wife. Ann Cousins Ad ason, emigrated to Utah' by way of JKiFteam In 1SC2, arriving at Amorl En Fork late In tho fall ot thnt year. Keendured all tho hardships that bo Bell the early pioneers, but by porso Berancc soon beconto established In a Hlttlo homo of his own. Ho was nt Hne time president of tho American Hpork Co-op and Interested in othor Hbuslncsa enterprises. Mr. Ariamson's first wife died Oct. Hi;, 1SS6, having born h'lm ten chll Hitr'cn, eight girls nitd" two lKys, six Hot whom now survlvo him. Tltoy ; Hire: I'etcr Adamson of California; ; Hairs'. I. H. Donahue of Idaho; Mrs. . Hrliutun Oreene of th...

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 March 1921

! SATURDAY, MARCH 20, in, I 3ATDBDAY, MARCH 20, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CI : . S American Fork Citizen OWce Alplno l'nb. Co. Hid. A. PUQOnE89IVE INDEPENDENT iij PUBLICATION I . W SCIISCIUPTION li Ono Vcnr In Advance $2J0 W Bli Eonths In Adtnnco .... $1.50 J f Entcrod onA-OUaa Matter at ' ffl . rent Offlco at Amorlcan Fork. Utah. 08 I I t. W. QsJaford Publisher J SHE'S "AT IT," MEN! nisj Ms Our wives ami sisters and :jM daughters will hoou be "AT jjjB IT," if lliey are not already IH "at it." m Bv "at it" we mean, of cour- .(, housoclenning. It is vain to admit that the masculine ponder loves the neu tral gender of a house torn and twisted. It is almost too much to admit that the masculine gender loves tho feminine gen der nttircd in a frowzy old cap and seen through a midst of dust. But it has to ho endured and those of us who can make our hearts work under such cir cumstances should 1)0 sympa thetic to tho feminine of the species in this ordeal of hers. It isn't pleasant to clean house...

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 March 1921

I " ' ""Mis- - --. - """JU IcATPHDAV, MAHCH 20, 1921. ... HS9 IgL. . , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAKCH 20, .192.1, HE! MOGUL CLUB I HULL! INTERESTING . I BUSINESS MEETING I TUe Couimorclal club met In the club rooms, Friday night, March 18th', with a good crowd in attendance. Tho KncU-ig had been postponed from Kbunday night on occount or other public Catherines hold that night Kbe club members passed a resolu ItJoa aWns tbet th'e people ot the Itown try to nrrango public gather Eog8 oa oUicr nights than Thursday Eight, m they soriously Interfere with Btb club meetings. H c. M. Heck presented a petition Iflgned by himself and others, which Eb'e club endorsed, asking tho coun y to appropriate 500 to repair tho BlHah Ialic road south ot town. John Hunter and C M- Dock woro appoint, rd as a srednl commlttco to meet I with the commissioners on tho prop H tuition. H The meeting was then turned ovor I to Dana Parkinson, tho forest super visor, and Mr. Iircnzo of Salt Lako. I Mr. Lor...

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 March 1921

H SATURDAY, MARGII 26, 1921. ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN - SATURDAY, MAllCHai JsA COUNTY NEWS HI ' I Parson Fnrrncr Hnrcnmbs H Jj (o Atlnrk of Pneumonia HjM Pn'Bon, March 22 William Bills, M M- one of tii'o lending farmers of this : Jj locality died today from pneumonia. l Mr. Bills was 41 yearn of ago and a K nfltlvo of Payson. Ho In survived . H py his widow, four children mid his r parents. H w Bound Over For Hearing H i Pron, .March 22 Andrew Miekcl- H' jjj eon, charged with u Btatutory offense, H j was arrnlngcd 1cforo Judge James B. HM$ Tucker thin morning, waived his pro- H( llmlnury hearing nnd wns bound over H'tjj tD0 district court. Ills bond was HUftj fixed nt $5000, which ho was unablo HjjiS to furnish. Mlckelson won brought H' ' here from Xophl, whoro ho Is charged H M with a similar offcnHO. Ills enso will H j3 como up for hearing before tho courts Hi g of that district later. HiJ Nnnk Piles AcIIoiih Hlj'i Provo, March 22 Tho lyson Ex- Vfl chango nnd Savlvngs bank has file...

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 March 1921

1 26, i JgATUKPAY, MAUCH 20, 12L AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAKln'l 20, 1921. 1 !J Pleasant GroVe Department I rem hj, --- :lsiorir tfiE EASTERPROGRAM and torH VentifcM t progrnmB for Easter will bo econM. Adna at th'o Sunday schoola, Sunday nnflBttintar cln.. work. The program toJjBEw ten outlined by tho suporln. t!lW-irt Bt 10!3 ns. H erclws. ons Notices. oneitiiH t or minutes. reQulnjH Abstra Deautful wd8 H f Love" conducted .by choistef, My- for tVIH ton Wert. ,n w Prayer. Win. It. Frampton. WH Song by school, "Oh It Is Wonder- '!? Sacrament Ocrn. Marcella Favo. ,." Administration ot Sacrament. icatloniH Concert rcctrttlon under direction """WB of Virginia Smith. practlco song. n H Recitation, "What Easter Means to or BeiW Me," Hcrnnnl Walker. j. H Instrumental selection, Roao Bez- &danH . itnt n M Eastcr la,k' DftVld 0ou.rlcJr "k .-' Solo Maurino Gammctt. e u " Rwalns. Virginia Smith. , " Violin solo, Knrl Bankc. reject aM Morf Barbara Greene H Recitation, Clara Willia...

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 March 1921

n-( SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1021. , aMli, BMC OITICTN SATURDAY,. MAHCH M W I II I LOCAL I j j MflPEMVG j j Mrs. Euphrasia Day or HlBhlnnd 1 fpent Saturday hero on business. K Miss Delta Miller was a visitor In 1 1 i Salt Lnko Friday. . MIbh Mario lliintor npont Saturday I S and Sunday with Monde In Salt Iako. H 1 Mr. and Mrs. Olcnn Oarduor ot Salt Jj Lake, spent tlio week end hero with ! Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Prlduy. jf M Get one ot thoHO nice- baby carriages ,n,H for the now aprlnK baby at Chlp- Jj'B man's. y dfl Miss Heton McClocry of Salt I-ako Ijl ffl spent from Sunday till Tuesday hero Jf! H with her parents. D2 Ernest Taxman motored to SaU I Si S Lake Friday and Bpcnt tlio day on til bwlness. SjS Mr. O. Allen Plcrson and baby re- lds turnod to Provo, Tuosduy. after pcnd- .ijffl Ins tho pnst three wockn liure with i;fg Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Thornton. 'If Her licnrt as pure nnd vrhlto nnd hard as n diamond, Silky Moll's -Is- In! om wan won by her wltn, mOii(hIiIa lfjl the Lair." See Prlxcll...

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. — 26 March 1921

. B "' "smeaBBBj BimnAV. MAECH 20, 1921. HJ ,"""" 'MBRlnANFORKOl'fltiBN SATUItDAY, MABCH 26, 1981. W Classified J I Ads I .F FOB SAW aeaaW'S STRAWBERRY PLANTS OrtM ale. Wrcnard TomnnBon. P.oa- drove imono 17-W. 15? HTlEAVINO FARM-WiU Boll 'L mower, rnko, sprlne tooth 'LaaaWl harrows, bob-sleigh, boot 18 E derrick outfit, team, bar lMnMVuvcl separator and many .Least things. Call Lohl 14-R-3 or lt.Btt?.ceA. X Graham. High- is a m 2a-it ibso- HY V. BmsT-CLASS TRACTOR Plow- lono H. lareo or BDmU traCtB5 Ca" f om. K Pulley llros.. American Fork, m V. n. F D. HG; Phono 119-J-2. V' 19-4t-p ,. H 11SC PSl salbGooJ Wlnosap and On Eial apples: small slzo, CO cents bushd. No dollvory; also largo H seed peas, 20 cents per qt, 2 M for 33 wnts, at Geo. F. Sholloy'a. m i9-2t-p RpgJcnBAP- C passongor Htklaod touring car, In good con HKn. Price $650.00. Seo Hans CO Krscn, opposlto Co-op storo, Amor- Fork. aBn SALB-20 acres of land, V mllo ""-TBtrt and mllo south of sugar ' Eory. Prlco $1800 cash. So...

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. — 26 March 1921

I ' 1 i' I H m SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1921. El AMERICAN FORK I Locals and Personals B 11 1 - - . Ml Pumps anil slippers uro tho go Eni tho nicest Htylcs uro ut Chlpman's. S," Mrs. C. A. PlorHon Hpont Friday In Salt Lako with friends. I Mr. nnil Mrs. .Tuko Mirgoticr ot mti Holdlor Hutnmlt, spent Tuesday hero It j lsltlng with Mr. and Mrrt. John Dory. i Mr. nnd Mrs. Iin Illchmond of Ku- rokn, visited relatives nnd friends In M A Amorlcnn Fork Wednesday. Hf if "" "" Hi! Our slognn "Nothing cheap but tho J if prlco" nt Ornnt'rt. I J. C. Donnvan, who linn ltccn om i ; ! ployod In tho Thornton Dnig, No. 1 l : ! hero for tho past six months, left I Friday for l'rcaton, Ida., whero ho Mt i will ho empolyod ns mnnngor of tho H H now Thornton Jlrup thoro. Mr. T. W?, I Maloncy of Bpanlih Fork will (111 tho j JU vncancy loft by Mr. Donovan hero, Illm lugs ZIP SKnVICK Mrs. W. A. Robinson loft for Salt I.ako Thursdny for a short visit with relatives. About twenty of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1....

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. — 2 April 1921

$M -v. m 't , H ,II 1 H i ' i lAmgrigan Foifk Citizen I j AMERICAN FOUR, UTAH. SATURDAY. A&ir, 2. 1021. NUMBER 8 H LttiCIL TRANSACT V MONTHLY BUSINESS ftfllie regular session of the City BflcH,-" held Saturday night? cb 26tli' In the council room at flcity Hall, with Councllmen Cod flton, Chadwlck and Steele present 3 fliityor Walker In the chair. flati Spratley appeared before the . KJi and askod that the Indemnity a' flj g(Vcn for the Issuance ot wator Etcate bo cancelled, the court hav flfcjued a decree, decreeing the SeV la question to the Zwn Savings flk and Trust Co. On motion, the Krdcr was instructed to write tf attorney of Jed and John 8prut B to ascertain tlio status ot tho mut- Htmes Spratley offered n verbal rs ; Hatlon as cslray pound keeper f Krican Fork City. On motion, tl.o fllgnatlon was accepted. Bounty Road Supervisor C. M. Beck, Reared before tho council and ro fflstcd that tho matter of tho coun IBtssumlns the road leading from fB city limits to Utah Lnko ho...

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. — 2 April 1921

if" i 11 SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL &J 1 41 American Pork Citizen SOIUce Alplno t'ub. Co. Illdg. a progressive independent publication subscription r One Year In Advance I2.G0 Six Konths la Adranee ..,, 91.S0 M ! Entered soonJlw Mattor at Pent Office at American Fork. Utah. m L. W. Oalaford PuMUher 1 THE OLD FOLKS Mi (Hj Euphrasia) fit K$ Highland, March 19, 1921. i (The following was wrltton for and road nt the Highland Old Folks' n J ''" Hurrah for tlio Old Folks partyl Me Hurrah for the ward I nay, tK3 Wo'rs going to try to bo Jolly, Yj Ai d thou It Is fluro to pay. 'ifjj 1 tt pays for tho moil to hahn, 3 A And when women glgglo It pay. .K&Jj If In nothing clao but digestion, , Hjjj Its prlco In the grub that it saves. 1S So laugh and grew fat you pcoplo, iXfX I eavo all team and grouches outaldo BaJ Nobody likes to look at your faoo Wyt Unless It la ploasaut and wide. BW Some persona forovor fcol sorry gtl Tor thcnifloUcfl, nud not for...

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