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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 April 1921

tflflhiRD AY, APRIL 16, 1921. EH SMSS-l- ' AMERIQAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921, Classified 1 I Ads J mW FOB SALS wA EGOS FOR HATCHING - , flflnnesteu !: H-60 Pr BOlUnB' ' Mfioycs, American Fork. 9-2t-p fsSTnAROMN IN TOWN -BflLd substantial homo, right in ccn BT city. 5 MS rooms, besides bath, Kier kitchen and cellar. fl.000 fl ,nd balance In 2 annual pay BM at 8 per cent. O. M. Clark, or, Hfftber wagon, wide tires; good as Hy. The biggest snap aver publish HTiH500. Seo T. L. Laurson, Am K Fork W-lt-pd, HfgJU CHEAP Rustic chicken I BAT 14 X 16. complete with toed fcen, nests, etc. Phono 41. 16-lt KjlJu7N7uLLARD COUNTY -Kder East Millard canal, near Flll Hw, 20 acres in tall grain, 20 ready KliDt; cash 12000. Euceno Ashby, Hmore, Utah, BAYlTsELL lTncres of choice land, Hed 18 shores of water; 2 miles Hta of American Fork, on Alpine Hd, for $1500.00 on easy terms. BAY rent for cosh or percentage of Hp. Wrlto or phone, F. L. Hick n, Froro. 26-tf BTRADROR HELL We hare ' HEice ...

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. — 16 April 1921

1 I I SATOIM)AY.Almtj10.192l. ' AN FOKK OimEN. SATURDAY, AHm, J ;,p AMEKIOAN FOilK - 1 Locals and Personals , ., , ,v 1 iRj Mrs. TIcnry Milter wiih tlio guest of , lCM3 friends ut Salt I.nke Wednesday. , ' If j nJtU 4 Mnry Jnno slippers for (ho klddlos 3'jjjjjj nro selling at Chlpmnn's, sizes 5 to 8, KIM, special $1.50. sj&i Mr. mid Mrs. L. J. Singleton nnd jj'l baby motored to Pnyson Sunday nnd K spent tlio day with friends. 'I J,r- Ul'' Holbrook of llutte, Mon- l( nnn nnd Mrn. lillza Clark of lohl f 111 Wero tlio guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. ! J Mr V. Tnino liuro last weok. :)si I S Mr. nnd Mrs. liny Coddlngton dc- !53j: llt;li'lfiilly entertained about eight ot . their friends Saturday ovcnlng. Tlio wrf time was spent In tlio usual diversions IjJK and n dainty lunch wns served. tjjjl Maxtor's nro giving soino wondor- j'JE fill biirgulns In now lighting fixtures.' . IS J. I j. Firmugu left Friday night to lj visit tlio J. C. Penney stores ho Is In- 'f forested In, In Wyoming, Iow...

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. — 23 April 1921

lAgriggtfiFrk Citizen 1 f- AME10ANF0IiK,OIAH,SATOBUAY.Al-IMI,9;4i.lol NUMBEIt U I 0RBE8 DAY CELEBRATION I GRAND SUCCESS M Tho high esteem in which Prof. j. B. Forbes is held In tills comiuun- ity and the appreciation for his mi. H tiring efforts in tho cause, of cduca- tlon, wan manifested by tho huc- cc) o( tho colcbrution given in his 1 honor on Arbor Day or Forbes Day Has it was called. IH Tho day's celebration commenced IH rclth a baseball gamo ut tho City IH rark at 2:09 j. m. between tho town IH team and tho high school team, with IH a scoro of 11 to 4 in fuvor of the I H town team. Immediately nftcr the IH ball game nn automobile parade w:ir IH held on Main Street, bended by tho IH band nnd followed by nn automobile IH carrying Prof. Forbes nnd nil the IH surviving students hero of bin first IH das). Tho parade onded ut tho IH Forbes building whore n beautiful IH bluo nsh trco was planted In honor mM of Prof. Forbes. Mrs. S. .. Chip I MM man mado tho presentation speech I MU ...

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. — 23 April 1921

'I I I AV, AKRIL a, ,,. A-m SATUBDAY,APMLM SAT H ; rS American Fork Citizon 1 m OMce AlpJno l'ub. Co. Itldg. Ill jK "a PR00RE8SIVB independent I ff PUBLICATION I f, 8UUSCIHPTI0X W One Year In Adrance 92.60 "ftii Six Konlhs In Adranco .... 91.60 j Jfja Entered m iiviA-CUia Matter at 1 &S Pent Oflce at American Fork. Otah. ni L. W. QaUford PuMUher Jill STORY OP A PROMINENT ifeS BIRTHDAY. JKHj Some tliou.sands of millions Si 0 yarH aK l,n enormous sun, Jjy probably many times the size HI of Old Sol, umlcrtook to puss l at great speed close to our sun. wm Now. even toduv. tbo trasses in I Pi! '1U mtol'i()r "f 0UI' molten sun Mi are hung On hair triggers, nnd Hji$ often they explode tremend- n ously, so that earthly telo- wm .scopes, on occasion, see masses l$ff "v 0Mwarl fr as great a dis- J inncu as :()0,()00 nules, said ltjk masses falling back when they f $11 navo '" lo'r forco to the stir 8 HJjj face of our justly uolebrated m AVell, when that tramp sun I ! passed, its gravity i...

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. — 23 April 1921

I SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1021. Will AMEBIOAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 23, lj)21. jHIl DONERS 10 lit I FORBES FOND B continued from Am. Fork 1st, poge) B John Robinson 3.00 B F. M- Houston 3,0 Vfl arl Varncy COO B jeweOrccn C.00 B Thos. llarratt 1.00 V O. A. Vornoy 3.00 V W. H. Gardner 2.50 H Elmer Uoto 1.00 John A. Wngstaff 0.00 B B. T. Haker 2.50 B David Cornier 1.00 BB pred Preston 1.25 M Foster NIclioIcs 10.00 B Sid Nlcholcs 25.00 fl jvnn U Chlpmnn 1.00 BB j b .uuckwaltcr 5.00 H Hcbcr llarratt bO B Joseph Nlcholcs 2.50 BB jj, v. I'axman 2.50 BB mlly K. Adamson 50 B parley Hanson 1.00 B John Holendrako 1.00 B Marke Hezzant 2.00 B J, E. Welsh 1.00 B Henry Miller ....... .50 B XM Nelson 1.00 B Juilfs ,ulIor 1,B0 B Tbos. Coddlngton 10.00 B OtorRc Conder 1.00 B Roy Stcelo 1.00 1 Morley Steele 1.00 B Richard Steele 1.00 B Hcbcr Hansen 75 B c' ' I,anscn 1'00 B Jed Biiratlcy 50 B Geo. H. Pulley so H J. E. Peters ... v 1.00 B slm Thornton 1-00 H Ed. Smith .75' H Milt Shelley 1.00 B Mauri...

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. — 23 April 1921

Hi ib h II I mm I: S P ATUHDAY, APKIL 23, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APKlt, 2.1 iHtl tl COUNTY " NEWS vm TJntic Murder Siinpcrls 1J ipJ I)lrlinrfrcd lit Henrini? l ?' I 4W Provo, April 18. At tlio dose ot I' fllli? their preliminary hearing tills nficr- jjftj noon, Zaverdo Kzequlcl nml Juan Del- Ij Rfj gndo, charged specifically with tlio I'&R murder of ,. I Peterson ut Dividend I! fv on "10 n'fiMt )f March 9, during nn ! jiS Attempt to rob tho General Htnro at 3 vrw "iat I,mrc' werc dlsclinrfied, on Uic I'M ground that tho Btato had not ru(II- win clcnt cvldenco to warrant the hold '1 mIb&I 'nR ' l'ic mcn ,0 "10 'strict court. 'iipm "' t,, ,im f ti10 MMnR ot pot i PKeI weon, John Wcstcrdnhl nlco was bot r- W1 ('eni' nn'' Jo1"1 Mnnson and Jefliin ' !a3 Hercndc-z worn wntindcd, &! Horcndo was tho principal wltneso ?foV for tho Btato at today's hoarliiR.hut i fJvi'i nc admitted that lio had been drinking 4 Mm' on "10 night of tho holduii and muni 'wl rB nni' bee...

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. — 23 April 1921

'v 23, IOsMtURDAY, APRIL 23, 1 021. ' fl 1-1 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN' SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1921 . l Pleasant Grove Department 1 s I COUNCIL MEETING M Bu,ncs B transacted nt city Hmncll meeting liold Saturday, April K as follows: n BWnter transfers: 30 acres Stcr- Hctt ditch from TIiob. Howo to Nephl J. Hiowc. Half ncro city ditch from r K p, Aydclotto to Robt, Q. Pago. 3 crei Orovo Creek from A. F. Sund- , Klst to Isaac Bundqulst. Upon RjQUry f the matter of transferring E,rtion8 of shares, It wns moved that t te the senso of tho colincll not Bo favor tli'o transfer' of less than Kne-fourth slmro of waler. Thc matter of repairing tho foun- uiln and location of samo at corner , HJj( nrst North and Third West titreet If was taken up. motion carried. m It was moved and carried that Frl- Hdiy and Saturdny, April 22 and 23 bc clean up days. It was agreed tfcat tho public bo advised tho naturo , Hof rubbish and the city provltlo rneani of rcmovlnB said rubbish J from city sti-ects. It was mo...

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. — 23 April 1921

SB BBBj I "SB I BATUBDAY, APIUT, 2, 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JU'lili.tJ ,v I I LOCAL I H Mr. and Mrs. T. V Malonuy spent S punday in Salt I-ahc with friends. I Missel IJza ilarratt and May Jones Micro the guests ot friends on 1'rovo jl Bonch Sunday. (fig You will find Maxtor's now electric Kjjj fixtures at his residence ono block w south of Oreni station. ffl Miss Ida Chlpman of Salt lako was l9 ft buslncaB visitor In American Fork I Tuesday. J, V. Storrs of Salt Iiko spent Tuesday In American Fork attending to business Interests here. Mrs. Emmnlltio Dubois spent the n-cek end In Salt Uko with relatives and friends. Special Onco more, llssuo toilet paper C cents per roll at Grant's. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Onuit of Salt Lake spent Tuesday In American Fork with friends. Mrs. May Preston of Salt l.ako was the guest of rolutlves in American Fork Tuesday. , Mrs. C. W. Shulls was the guest of friends ut Salt Inko Sunday, return. Jng borne Monday. Miss Jano Moi'hcarsoii spent tliu ...

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. — 23 April 1921

'iH !lj)Bi j l km-nn a Y APEIL 23, 1921. fl Bj!g- --- ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1921. fl Classified I Ads I T rOB 8AM Hrttn. Box 157, ItF. D. mi Hrlnaby buGgy; oA 7i68-W or call at resl 'S need Gardner. 23-lt-p B-rr-?HuNO horses pon aH. WelKht 1300 lbs. each. Phono BjVjr 23-2 t p Bsrrglonc 8tt medium wheel HTq new- and ono Acoleny brood KE'oo chicks. See Oscar Dean, IBPJBW- . 23-lt-p rara. lfcURlNO CAR FOR 8AL& KtO' recently overhauled. Also (Ld team, weight about 1250 HH'Alio two saddlo horsos, $75.00 IH Innulre at Itced Beck's, Araer- ItsELt-i"c8 o' choice land, IE ig shares of wator; 2 miles fl.Kot American Fork, on Alpjne flK t0T $1500.00 on eaay terms. HB rent for cash or percentage of IfBjf- tfrlto or phone, F. L. Hick (.Prove. BBroADiTon SEM- We hare a I Be rirant corner In Salt Lake, on Bj&it and 4th South 6x3 rods j All we wilt sell or trade for prop. Sin American Fork, or Utah coun- C11 at Alplno Pub. Co. office or atK. jj H Wanted LP WANTKDi If y...

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. — 23 April 1921

MWmSwaw.fr.WWfcdBi -",TT- " 1 P HK' h !H l H SATURDAY. APIHT, 215, 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. " , SATURDAY, APHn. M iil MWW-WW-W-WMWM--W------i---WWB---- ' " ' "" "",'II'II ' i J j AMERICAN FORK II Locals and Personals '.MB Chlpman's Dress Materials lead . 'P them nil. JilK Mrs. Xlula Nelson spent Wcdncs I Ml day J" Pleasant Orovo visiting with relatives. ' 13 Mr. ntul Mrs. Frank White wero the $i Sunday guests of Mr. mid Mrs. Sum g3$J' I.c.ivctt of 1'rbvo, Wii Mrs. Geo. Cunningham spent the H weok end In I'rovo with Mrs, It. I'ax- ! tlral man, m UJ lr. Thomas nnd wlfo and Jama 4 Chlpman, Sr of Salt Lako wero tin nmong Ihoso who caino to American jaw! l'orlc Friday for Forbes day. Mfll A number of pcoplo from American JOK Fork attended the oiitortnlnmcnt glv- 8 on by tho Jxml Commercial Club in ij the Royal Theatre Haturday ovonlnR. m f Mrs. Krncst llramwell of Salt Lake J npent Saturday, Sunday and Monday j herd with' her husband, returning jfWJ homo Tuesday nuirntni;. tjBj Mrs. ...

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. — 30 April 1921

t? iHHI I American Fk Citizen? I U f ' - AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, BATUBftffi A&itL 30, 11 NUMBER 12 HE NEW CIVIC UtNltK BUILDING WILL I JE ERECTED H Thd school board will erect a now : cItIc ccutor building In our city this B 'lummor. Such was tho decision of tho B Ctjcn9 at tho mass meeting Wed B setday night. H A crowd of ovor 200 peoplo asscm B fcled at tho City Hall at tho call of H- j)r X F. Noyea, local morabor of lBthe school bonrd. Dr. Noycs was put IB in chairman or tho meeting and Geo. 'r. Shelloy as secretary. B Dr. Noycs explained tho purposo B of the meeting, stating that the H school Uoard wero undecided as to B What to do with tho $36,005 allotted B to American Fork at the last bond B 'tlectlon. Ho stated that In consult B lnS mnny l100!'10 n0 foun(1 that P B inlons varied as to whether tho board B 1U,U' purchaso tho Apollo hall and B '(model it or build a now building B 'la t,ie inony: ne therctoro bad B called the mass meeting to dccldo tho B question. B'l B- Ia yil...

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. — 30 April 1921

li w HI 1 B f-Al-UBDAY, AI'IiH, .10, 11)21 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. AJRlr.j. Hi ' - - 5. s j III iw siabEakumi b tin PmVI American Fork Citizen 1 ) I'ff ONce Alplno l'nb. Co. HldK. mm a'Kj a progressive independent w j'v5 PUBLICATION HjHhf. buiiscmi'Tiojj H) ,SI 0ne Vcnr In Advance $2JJ0 Hi iwflt "Ii Months In Advance .... $1.50 r'; " ' $$M Enured "virt-OUsa Matter at B' "j2 Prilt omco at Amartcan Fork. Utah. 'i HM L- W. Oalsford Publisher B9 Hi Si A STORY OP THE DEFEAT K Bg9 OF DEATH. Hfp$j M y,u 'I'tf doop enough, K liH S.tU'ly ('(,I 0I1(MK'' .vo" wil1 wlIjH ln"' 'iu,ll!inil.v ohtniimij? com- K f 111 lionsatioiiH for uvorytliing in It'ljflff thiH world. 'ffjlif The othur diiy, u parly ol wa jolly vacationing IVjnnsylvnn- 9Jj i a millionaires, headed I) y I J Schwab, tho stool king, motor ic ff wI into 1)oatn Vnlloy ,voll knowing their antos would If I HI race them ont of it boforo they Kill J,cc( fco1 tlu! i,unH f (iiii'K- I ISl courso they were plouti- I IHfl iu'ly 8"l'Pl,...

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. — 30 April 1921

iS qATUKDAY, APRIL 30, 1921 fH . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. APRIL'.. 1D21 MM Buy fathers hold two sessions BTrontlnucil .Irom Pago One) Eotoconsult tho city attorney us Bo what action could bo taken. M A communication from the Salt ike and Utah It. It. Company wa-j Ead in answer to the recorder's, let Err asking Hint the street pavement K repaired, also that the depot be aVtft open after 5:30 for the accommo Bitlon of travelers. Tbo reply asked Ehe council to corao to Salt Lake to tilk over the matter of tho pavement Krpalr; and also stated that the depot B be left open until 9:30 each ev Enlng providing tho night watchman E; the city locks It up at that time Hcafh night. The, recorder was In Etructcd to reiterate tho request that tbe pavement be repaired and If Bthere bo any reason -why this could not be done soon, that tho company tuxl a representative to confer with thc council hero Instead. 'Die night vtlchman was Instructed to lock up Hthe depot after the 9:30 car nt night...

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. — 30 April 1921

HPvzTtT-fSSJCIWWBP'ftPPftH ,j nit jp,j?r?,, " - iiS j't s5!fi?iHBpWfcijsJ Ijtu'htJi - 1 v hV !'hllB kH iff I (HE SATURDAY, APItLL :I0, 1f)2l AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 30 WV If'iB i BUS iHHHm B iS i;J ,bbt J Spring Festival and Carnival 11 Benefit Baseball Club , m AMERICAN FORK, WHY 340 9a 1 II $10,000 Jumping. Horse Merry Go Round -:- Giant Eli Ferris Wheel ft. II HIGH CLASS SHOWS -o- MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS ft I RODGERS AMUSEMENT COMPANY 1 I CARNIVAL COMING I HERE NEXT WEEK (JH I ME I""0 Dnsobnll Club of the town li'ns r'H teen fortunnto In securing tho Hod JB gera Amusement Company which will jjHE bring to American Fork a street ca-. fEj ntvnl for ono week commencing Moil- jH day, May 2 nnil lnstlm? till Saturday ijEj night. Tlicy will bo hero on track E meet day and help furnish nmuso- wJtj ments for our visitors. flu Tho Ilnnobnll CIu1 In consideration HjB for furnlHhliift tho IIcciiru and tho In- jBj cation will rocclva ten per cent of Hfff the not proceeds with n g...

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. — 30 April 1921

ftB aifaiH alB ialH .l!fiKnKDAY,AI?niIi3P,1921 B M--r AMERICAN .FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APIUL.30, 1921 J Pleasant QrovDepartment I KTWOMAN ANSWERS CALL I JF DEATH Hra. I'aticnco llosza Archer pnssed Yafy Friday afternoon at her homo, Kh coming from Infirmities Incl 'Vflt to old age. ,Hrr. Archer would hac,bccn 94 .Kg old on lier next birthday, mnk- LyMfaer the oldest resident or Plena. Hvai She nuR torn at Oxford Eng- 'K, August 23, 1827 and with her sKnts, five sisters and ono brothor, iBrted across the plains in 1856 with ',H m'fatcd Martin handcart company. 'Br father died whllo on the way. K 'Bjhe married Sergeant John Rorzi iKhe United States Army, who was Bn stationed at Fairfield in 1859. H,(n he was called to the service at Hthe Civil War, oho went back to t ..Buhlngton and lived thero until nt- y" Kthe assassination ot President Llit- nM Hln. They ctartcd back to Utah In It, HcS, and her husband died on the s -alns, May 2t, 18CG. Sho enmo to In Hasant Orove and In 1877 marri...

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. — 30 April 1921

BflT Aftf IBBf i HH BB ; ;BB H :-im atuk 2 fl-l 'BB-- I- S SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1021 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, APRIL aB" ,'jBJ il ' I LOCAL. I 1 fapPENWG$ !Mja Special this week on common turn jHp tiers 2 for ID cent nt Grant's. tmjfih Banford Nlcholes returned homo ff Tuesday from the herd nt Cedar Kort. iSi John H. Davis -won a business vis- tW Itor In Provo Wcdnosdny. fg&yy Miss Hazel Aydolotto was a bus- tuMj iness visitor in Salt Lake Saturday. !sH fflffil Mrs. Ilyron CrookBlon was the 'KSwj guest or friends at Provo Monday and Mm Tuesday. ifUE mwH mM MrB- Harold Cutler of Salt Uikc :R Is hero spending the week with her 'j43 parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Heck, ' '! t2j Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Shatter nnd En 3chn Shatter motored to Sprlngvlllo film Thursday nnd visited with friends, II flw Mrs. Ruddy nnd children left Sun InKF day for Delta whoro they expect to ;'Whj remain for the summer. VlPf7' K Mr. nnd Mrs. Cico. I-()tt of hehl iBis Pit Monday In American Kork, the ?HK ri...

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. — 30 April 1921

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar4iarTr7B4ffNVaawr"BHJV HtrrimnAV. iVIIilL 30, 1921 ffiflfflP ATUit AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 192 Bl jyp . - gaaal MB I aB-aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa----a--------------- -m. -fc MJ. ..Maaaaaaaam aBBBMBaaBaHaaal Classified I 1 Ads I f FOK SA11 H,nAlN-$500.00-TERMS- HALF Ho truck; slightly used-good con aaE, ciicvrolct Garage, phono 25-w, icanFork. T ii r-- - ' r J""M' mjCoFAIIM Must sell imple Hds.' furniture and fruit bottles E Call A. J. Graham, Ijetal, trxTT.A.W.C. UEDS 300 m white leghorns, Golden Duff und aaa(wn I eghorns, Anconas, 131ack Mln H, Buff Orpington, R. I. Reds, Darr BaaTind White Rocks. Enoch Crows, trlthU'. 30'U p RgfcUKAM Fu SALE- 8 Dl Hpman. KfJJlSCPLOW FOR SALE 8eo mi Martin, Hox 157, R. P. D. 23-tt Hp7iu"Y0UN0' HOMES FOR tle. Weight, 1300 lbs. each. Phone BJ4. t TOUIUNG CAR FOR SALE KsCfOOO; recently overhauled. Also H ,ood team, weight about 1250 ch. Also two saddlo horses, $75.00 rh Inquire at Reed De...

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. — 30 April 1921

9 SATURDAY, APRIL .'10, 1921 ' " T?" npW!BW SATURDAY, APim - 1 H AMERICAN FOKK 1 Locals and Personals I Jfl Alma Orccnwood was a business tf.K? visitor In I'rovo Tuesday. IJJ film Halo (,u "" Spr'nK ,!lU8 al M anJ ij I. Chlpmans. aM Doll Singleton returned to his homo Wu biro Sunday from hl fdiuop herd. 14$ C. T, Orecnlniul of Highland wbb n MIr f visitor' In Amorlcnn Fork Thursday. raji Dell Chlpman of I'rovo spent Tues- lm$ day hero vloltlng Mr. and Mrs. U 8. falls HnrrlnRton, 181 &3l Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Martin and 'fiwft children of Hlnkloy nro hero for fmS nn lndeflnlto visit with relatives and 'j'JMl rrlcnds. ISM5! ltimft 20 por tcllt cnn ',0 savml " you dWm. imrchaso a I.ndles Suit nt Chlpman's, 'iM They havo no mo boautlos. Call and f 91' Mrs. James Chlpmim and Mr. Will IfXf Clilpmnn wont to I'rovo Wednesday flttg atternoon to nttend u party given by IjBS, Mrs. Geo. Parkor, tB Mrs. Stcvo Zlmmornuui of l-olil IH spent the wook chd In American Fork iH villi her purcnta, 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. — 7 May 1921

1 1- H 1 Pleasant Grbve Review I VOL- IX. PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH, ZLTURDAY, MAY 7, 1921. NUMBER 12 KH' m FOR MOTHER'S DAY I M Tomorrow, May 8th, Is "Mother's 1 B Day gpecial programs havo been B out!incd to be given at Sunday school HY )n tn0 various wards In commemot- fttlon or tho day. H gp0cial efforts h'nvo beon put forth H iy the superintendents nnd other wor- kers 0r tho Sunday school to make M Tcrythlng a success. ,H All mothers aro heartily ipvited to ''B c, present. guests of honor. ' The program will be as follows, at H 10:30 a. M First Witrd. HI preliminary music. Hfj Abstract of minutes. HI Song by the school. HI Prayer by Rozlo Richards. .M song, "0, My Father," by tho school. Sacrament gem, given by Allono fj Noble. HI Administration or Sacrament. M Concert recitation, "Honor Thy B rtther and Thy Mother, that thy days f m may bo long upon the land which the m Lord thy God glvoth thee," conducted (Maurice Fage. Presentation of booklets, 'Tributes ff to Mother," by tho kin...

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. — 7 May 1921

SATURDAY, MAY 7, J021. PLEASANT PROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, MAYtI Ml Sf AT abakuim S ; jH Pleasant Grovo Review H Ofllee Tlinmlnn Drag Sloro flu a i-noonKsgiVB independent MM PUBLICATION & SUIISCRiTTIOJf Si iW One Year In Adrnnce I2J10 afj Six yonllis In Atbnncc .... 3U0 iJJ Emorod 'pti(.JU3i Mnttor nt Wtt Tost Odlco nt Pleasant Orovo. Utah. " jjjgjg L. W. Oalaford Publisher H THE GREATEST Of WEATHER PREDTOTOR St TIo" American Press" took B n hearty crack the other day jj at one llieks who pretends to ml bo a weather prophet. Brndder BS Tlicks, it seems, predicts the Hi weather a wholo year in K advance. Wj Tt is just ahont fifty yeard ra since the United States weath '! er hnrean was established, al ly though scientists hnd heen Bj carefullv studying the weath H cr and its vagaries and mani Mg festations for many decades flfi before that. But for fifty years trained observers and Ki scientists. thousands of them. jHi have made observations of all jHj weather conditions in even K cit...

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