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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 2 July 1921

IBHHBJPsPVBJBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBJBJ 3BWff- ' BMIBBBBBJBJBJBJBJBBBBJBBBBBBBIB I t; iffif BB flln wll I .mnanAY. JELYu2, 1921. lfn,Hl gg' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1921. ffi 3 CTPTT?RSwin P. confldence Sained through the steady growth of a t K ,,":i,JJ'rj bank account gives you a better standing in the com- munity of which you are a part. BBBb Br I Hi I I More tha this, it develops character and gives the self $ z assurance so necessary to success. 3 Jmt Be thrifty, determine to save part of your income, for it !$ L- will pay you big returns. 2 11$ w IIS - TODAY'S THE DAY. t I , t : 1 IESSllmmmWtlSmmmmWmm I BBftfiEl !4PflllliVJPRJIPI 9m TBTjr 'mitB I rsi M iWT iiirj tiriKi iv rTTD ffl ElEaSffiaBBEfflilKEl II ;$$$$$4$$$$4$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$4 I COUNCIL FINISHES UP II IE BUSINESS I H The City Council held Its ndjourncd f H ntular monthly meeting Tuesday ev I H tains t tho City Hall. The mayor ' BY. ni all councllmen woro present cx S pt Thou. Coddlngton, who was cut j S H c...

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. — 2 July 1921

H1 ' SATURDAY, JUIY 2, 1921. . . AMEMTnAN FORK CITIZEN ' ' -SAamDAT B ! PLEASANT GROVE ill v9H . New gondii nrrlvlng dnlly with tho iflM new pi fCPH nt Thornton's. 'U JK?v Clnrn Stork of Bnlt I-nko spent the Hjl forepart of tho woe'i h'cro visiting. UWM Mrs. Uncbaugh. i'B Mrs. (1. !' Uirson returned Moii- H ilny nfter ii lslt of tno weeks at I.o- Hf fHHu Aflon Patterson 1mA returned to Iter ( H( l'onii) In Salt I .alto; utter visiting for 'Bf two weeks here with ft lends nnd rein- ) "Jimt Call Mo .71m" tnbornnclo, 'Ul July 4lh 8:ir. p. m. ,H BHB j Mrs. A. 1C. Thornton nnd Mm. h. 'HNfl I Larson worn tho guests nt Mr. nnd H' Mm. Elmer Chlpman nt Hlghlnnd on lHl Wednesday. 'f,-'. 'Mf' Mnud Jnrobson, Mi.ry llnlman, Kt- Hf ; licl Shooll, rnjoyed n luml'or party nt jjBf i l,l ,lomo nf MnU1' JnconBen Friday InlRli't. Kvorylhlng In spring nnd summer Hl millinery nt linlf prlco this week nt H Rlnrley Millinery, Plonsnnt flrovo. IHIi All tho employees of thn Plcnsnnt H j flrovo Canning Compnn...

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. — 2 July 1921

fThe biggest fight yet- The old rivals, American Fork and Lehi will clash at American ! ork Friday Julj 8th. Prices: Gents 50c Ladies 25c Children 10c "00? B rv TfTT Y 2 1021 SHrB THj .fiATURL ,,U1JX ' - ., AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1921 UFM 51 Pleasant Grove Department 1 KSjjp ' W iff I ALL IN READINESS I FOR CELEBRATION NIGHT Mayor Hajcs stnlos that ovcrythlng jfl ill bo In readiness for a unto and tflrov,H , celebration of Independence day UrmM Tu0 committees have forked ii ?!,' to make tho day a Brand sue ""-B r Thcro will Wo no nocd of our v I- .teS litucnn leaving town for cntertoln- B nt. i-'cnly of ,l w,u nffor,lca the 'gS JjB lnt prorm of tho day' Is as fol- ,uru ifl k'- ,umw home 4 to 6 n. m.-Shootlng. " la yuH sunrise-Flag liaising. " 7 to 9 n. m. Band serenade in vnr- I icoi parts of town. Smiu M 10 a- m.-Sports and games on Main re Z!M ,trt. This will consist of child- nihSM '. races, bicycle races, men's and udlcs races, sack races, ond frames . '-, He. E...

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. — 2 July 1921

H SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN b mm ' m mmm I 1 1 I0C4I. I I $APPENIM0$ ft Cblpman's havo tho beet sugar nnd HFjf fell nnd dellrcr at lowest prices. H 1 Miss Myrtlo Cunnln&hnm Is sjen- mM I ding the week end In Ogdcn, visiting Hi 1 relatives nnd friends. HJ I Miss lleina Goodwin of Ixlil wan the R Sunday Riiost of Ml hi Ula Mnttdslcy Hjfj hero. Hji Miss Ilii7cl Prampton of IMouHant HW Orovo spent Monday In American HI Fork with friends. HI Mr. and Mrs. Mat hew lootus aro HV spending the sunimor lieio with Mrs.. B Ixotug' pnront. Mr. and Mi'ft. It. tverson. V ICvcrythlnR for n bli; colcbrntlon H on July 4th, nt (HUNTS. 2H-2t H Hj Mr. and Mrs. Delhi Chlpman spent HJ Bunday In Pleasant Oiovu with Mrs. HB Cblpman's mothor, Mra. Annlo IIpl- HT ' man. ft' HB : Mrs. Tlios. Friday, 8r., returned to H her homo In lRau Hunday nttor Bjicn- Hff ' dine u month hero, tho guest of her Hi,'. 'on, ThomaH nnd wife. Hr : . . .. Hf Misses .Tennlo end F.vo McCullotiRh J i ,' aro tho...

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. — 9 July 1921

I N ; geptfffand Am. Fork"!? D00 Mifel 1 pleasant Grve Review-1 WpL : ' PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH SATURDAY, JULY !), 1921. NUMBER 21 '11 yZ iiilpniiPim g If BEEN THE MOST SUCCESSFUL IN HISTORY by I tlhe strawberry season which has just ended has been the Ia liwcccssftil one in the history of our town. It is estimated "Etetween 75,000 to 100,000 crates of berries have been pro- Fork- BODae producer, the Tomlinson's, have picked over 18,000 mJL with a cost of over $4,000.00 for hired help. The berries HLiW nve becn enormous ,n lr W iysirful ln ,lavon 1 "Tljjrtin&ry person has not stop- 3 I HitfAln what a production of this J I mELm mean for a city our site. I Erii picked wiH average 11.60 I iMaM J' 100(00 cases have been I HX that P"M!tlcsU3r 15'- I 2f m been brought Into our city. I fiL ot these berries have been us- e I M!c:.y. Pleasant Grove Canning Co. I KlTW handled over 26,000 cases. k I Hm " eraP'oy1 J1 ttween I Bip iw men and irU to d0 the I H-gg,' in order to keep them going-,...

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. — 9 July 1921

rBBBBBPiBwaBiwMfc..w!!3!! SBHH PHI "f , , .- -" I BB r BJ fB HArfjltDAY, JULY 0, 1831. -,. :;,HJUBANT OBOVE REVIEW SATURDAY, JULY fll frg BYflYfl(BE - i iii 'HK Pleasant Grovo Review lijHjf Offlce Thornton Drug Store 'jH I a I'noaiiFssivr: independent 'MB I I'UUI.ICATION Kj sunsciui'TiON B One Vcr In Advance $& 'vjl HIx Months In Advance-- .... M ,SHJ I Entered 4 -Uv.vm.oUs9 Matter at (wj ''o1 omc at I'leaeant Or ore, Utah. tftVJH Lw- Oxford Publisher pVHHHHS i i i ,BBBM - '" ' 1 INDEPENDENCE DAY FITTINGLY OBSERVED IBbBb j BB ' (Contlnuid from Am. Fork 1st page.) B ' jH ' the, protection given tlio women and BMff . children by tho aoldloro and tho rear ;Hl' "f Uj nnt B,,0,T1 "'o horrors, ileath" nnd destruction of wnr. This waji follpwod by tho Borvlco Star Mothere BBfi!, Xlotat which roprcnontod the "meaning iB lf P" with biff gold stars for thoso wHf r ,vu Eve the supromo sacrifice Hi M, Orn HolmH ronreecnted tho H', mourning mothcra. H i Anton carrylnc tho Borvlco Star Mc- jB...

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. — 9 July 1921

I flATUBDAY, JULY 9, 1921. Biff -m PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, JULY tf,.M21. 1M & mHWflBHfidaaflflPNflT WBBUlMBjBH II W'fflffll SSTJL18 th5 1?flStar f cvc ' "n's life. Everybody U QUIH ZJdaUor -tively few lay thcS $ II 1 fblish yinn business requires capital and II I ooy way to faavarmoney when it is needed is by stead. $ I "y saving a part of onc,s incQme oper handling ? II L J of your affairs assures credit. nauoung II '; 5Vfryafnln AMERICAN PORK who has need of finan- $ MM'' cial assistance should learn the advantages of a banking ? II ' connection with The Bank of American Fork. f II? ttJEaaSBafflHaflai $ 111 tBHHWMM $ 1I1AN FORK CHAMPS ARE WINNERS I OF FIRSI HALF ; H'1 The first halt or the Central Utah HjUuue camo to 't tl rllllirr close with M'iwrlcan Fork as tho winner Friday. Hlut week nur hopes looked gloomy, Hjv 8prlnglllo was in tho lead, but H Mi turned the tldo In our tavor H"vkn SprlnRvlllo was' defeated by J hron and I'rovo In two exciting J HHs, and no defea...

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. — 9 July 1921

B B H SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1921. PLEASANT nnnvw REVIEW SATURDAY JUt.V a J ' ' M JJSS " 55M-'e' 1 . - 1 AMERICAN FORK Locals and Personals 'iMfi Provo Band Dance every (" ? Tuesday night at Geneva. ! 9Hj , ! HB fr Mr. mill Mrs. Joule Varnoy spent ' Hf Tuesday In Suit 1K1 with friends rH Mr- ihkI MrH. Carol Hilton of Mum- iHlf jnoth nro hero visiting nt tho liomo B( of Mr. mid Mrs. Niels Nolscn. 8 Hcbcr lluto will change your unto H glr.ss or lenses free. I In carries tin; ! Standard kind. 'ilB ' HD Mr. mm! Mrs 0"i. i'arkor linn I'nm- JU ( II) of 1'iovo W(ir,, t ho guests of Mr. iB' ' and Mm, Heed Oiirdr.ur hero T'mrs- iH! I day. jH !. Dr. J. F. Noycs In recovering from jM, a flro weeks Illness from tlio Ingrlp- ! re. While ho linn not been confined H: o his bod lie Iiuh boon very mlsorab- Mf; i J' and sonrcoly nh'n to bo iibonl. IBv! ' !jH, Finest brooms In tho bind only fi!)o H :, at Grant's. iHi'l Mrs. Win. Ilnnncn entertained tit n Mf : l:cnslngton Thursday afternoon. Tho HU tlmo whs...

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. — 9 July 1921

""""jNcpW vs. Am. Fork Tiilv lth its aaiN To be some ame-don,t mss it- 1 L t.aV TiTivo mo, J .. " XUUI" CITY PARK 3:30. Prices 50c; Ladies 25o; Children 10c. Bf 5, ' SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1921. ' w IB I zr j: QBOVBREymw j Saturday, july o, 1921 Sj Jj American Fork Department J I MT. TIMPANOGOS, THE WONDER '" I MOUNTAIN, ISjAST BECOMING FAMOUS Mt. Tiinpnnogos "the wonder mountain" is fast becoming ,li famous. Poople from all over the Nation are learning of its beauties. The" Commercial Club here is determined that the people will know, nncl if possible see, the manv beantiful sights fo be found through tho canyon and up the mountain I 5 The E. Z. trail which tho government has made, makes it X M posrJIilo for nit to climb nnd bcc tho B beautiful Alpine flowers, tho Binder. u the Ico cold streams und tho wonder Is fa panorama of Utah and Wasatch Hj counties, no well as Cedar Valley. m Plenty of publicity will bo Riven Hi this grand old mountain thin year. H jut week, the secretary of tho ...

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. — 9 July 1921

H -I IS SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1921. PLEASANT GROVE KKVIEW SATURDAY, JUhY i' fURl mm -- 1 I LOCAL I I $APPENING$ H Mr. and Mrs, Vern Holey spent H Tuesday In Bait tlo with friends. raj 25 per cent off on printed voiles and ifjj : ordgandlen. Nono reserved. H Mandn and Ida Hooth nt Salt Iako B epent the 4th In American Fork with H friendf. Wn Mr. and Mrs. Hyruni lllucWiurnt BII fpent the 4th In Bait lnkc with reltv- HJ Uves and friends. BII Mr. It. U. Bvnns and Mrs. Earl Hjl Button motored to Bull Uuko Batur- HE flijr and npent ttio dny ()n tiunlncuB. B Clyde Marcratt of Bait l.ako npent Bi Sunday and Monday huru with Mr. Hi and Mrs. A. W. Mlllor. BIJI Miss Madallnu Myers or Kiirckc. nr- Mfjf lirtft In American Fork Friday for Bf jl A two week visit with Mm. Ilcubcn Jill Chlpman and family. ft! Misses Liza and Juan Mlndluy of Wt, Salt Lake arc spending tlio Hummer Bij htr0 with their parents. Up, and I Mrp. J. n. Hlndlcy. Mi Hi Reuben and Oscar Chlpmun left I' IVtdneiday for Strawberry wh...

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. — 9 July 1921

tB v ''swBJlBjBjBjBjBjjBjejiBj iBI i&B ciTIIKPAYt JUEY'-fr 1921, " H tEBJge-- " PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1921. WM n?fciassified I w'! Ads I 0 I , r0K 8LE ImU HAW13 AND VAGO? F0U 'X horse weigh ;Ver 2,800; I JJfo takes outfit. Inquire of W. 1 I f Ostler. American Fork! 9-lt-p jrn? I zrZi&i cmv for ale car 1 EV- Moftelt, Ame?,can ynrk- 9'u '" I SfiniJKTcWraA QUART -Pair "n, 35 ccnls a quart Dy Mrs. Wk jHitice CUIpman. ' Mt fc. 'jTiuCASB0RAIN"SBi,AIlAT , tor sale cheap. VT. L. Hayes, m piint Orove. 9-lt. to I JmBa'uTTLB HOME, with of land and water; within 214 'Ctk t Main street. If interested tjpjaa I r'- Citizen office. 18-tt 3 I JoMBFORSALB Inqulr0 Vera Hol- .. Isirfiko at Boloy's storo. A real T Wpun. 25-tf ) I foR'SAIClIEAP-OooJ 1917 Mod- I I li'Ford Roadster. Bee J. C. Hilton, . I I & J, D. Carrier, Pleasant Grove. 25-tf I jTiPLENUID SPAN OP BELGIAN I H Birei (or sale cheap. S. D. Chip- I I MB. American Fork. 2-E I I Wanted I H fOB SALE 2V6 acres pastur...

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. — 9 July 1921

!s PHHMHEn9PR- L.i ' !wiiisssisssassiiiiswisssassssplsiis' "?F H v rr,, SATURDAY, JULY 9, loot I SATURDAY, JULY !, 1921. . .. PLKA8ANT PROVE REVIEW m , I PLEASANT GROVE I LOCALS Hi H Frovo Band Dance every H Tuesday night at Geneva. Ufl Vcnla Hilton spent tlio wcok end BJ nt Olmstcnd visiting. bk " "" II. I,. Clnrko spout Thursday In B Suit lxiko on business. H Mr. ntul Mrs, 1.. W. l.und spont H Monday nnd Tuesday visiting with H relatives here. W Mrs Amy .lenson of Suit Uvke City H in visiting tier mothor, Josophlno P J Drnpcr here this week. Bl Znncu Chapman of I'rovo In hero Dj' vlrltlng hor sister, Mm. Wank Rich- HI u m- Mr, Martin Strnltou ot Murray was H; visiting liln sister lioro, Mm. C. O. Hi, Urn per, July 4th'. In Hi xr,r- "" Mrs. I. 7.. Drown of Bait Hl Lako spent Tuesday hero visiting hi fl mother. BSDl Kj Miss Olldu and Thorn Went Hpent BI tho weak end visiting friends and rel- WH iitlves In Salt Iake. Bfi I Mrs. llachaol Carson and dauch- i, ! tar Hazel and grand daug...

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. — 16 July 1921

:""" If eOOeSdajf Opi lUPVlilP VS 4K5w Fnrk m;. ;i ?n " I- J V Xil'lB JL JL gm CITY PAEK-3:30. Prices 50c; Ladles 25o; OMtdfeSt Wo. Jl IfAmericatirk Citizen ;'"? . W . AXBKIOAN rnmr ,n,w MU ..,.,.., NUMUEB 23 i 'Si : KIOUA WILL BE J :i: Sere aug. 2 to if ' of near tajisUl have been sot tor tho big are tJj. Katu hlch is coming fcgaln "'Poeae HTiBmer. The Commercial club h'ch ) Km tie work of preparing for It well 1st ' tht ttttie. The glad news has nut tbir Kg rirtn that the government h'n ne'pla Haw"1 ,l Wttr tax 'rom al1 a,nu" har Uu Ejlcketi, 8 the Chautauquaa 'n to Eorun'on un unproflt baB,fl- Tne Emo this year will be better than 'Ran of HJifli' declared. Tho Chautauqua ' f H Kg'kiot five 5ays duration, with ton me win Ermuices, and will start tho first owth of lnli August on Tuosday and last ne can. ISl Saturday night. "tch. Bft1 ,he C1,autall(lua Prosrum for ttwolng season holds much of In. Ct 'or the lecture, music uml en- HItilsm(Dt lovers Is Indicated by the , (h. Htfwce In...

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. — 16 July 1921

1 , SATUKDAY, .H'I,V 10, 1921. AMERICAN FOItK CUHZEN SATURDAY, JULY 16 J, m I i American Fork Citizen 1 4 onire Alpine I'uli. Co. Uliltc. j A PnOGHFSSIVE INDEPENDENT H 1 i PUHMCATION B SUKSritll'TION It , One Vciir In AiItiiiicp I&30 B 8lx yonllii In Adninro-- .... IIAO WK Knerei """w.-fJUsi Matter at Bl Prut Omce at Amorlcan Fork. Ctati Hi L. W. Galsfnnl PuMUhor I INDIAN WAR VETERANS I 10 MEEUT RICHFIELD j Thu olllclal Invitation and announce- H ment for thu Fifth Statu Camp Fire H (il the 1'tnli Indian War VoturanH luifl Hli J'O't ll0CI1 IxHttrd, linmlliK Klchflolil tin thn nlacu of uiiciimpmcnt, nnil the . dates July 10. 20, 21 and 22nd. Hli T1iohi In rlinrcn nre working to Iinnko thin uvmit tlio nri'utist In tin1 history of tlui I W. V AhsooIhIIoii, nud lllehflulil will don Kala attlru to do lionor to tlio men who liillll th'o IiiiIkph, killed tlio Hiiakoa and tnnied tlio Iteil Man In the willy ilayn when llfo In I'tuli wan Jimt ono darned thing nfter another lilj The vnlonu...

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. — 16 July 1921

i,rnDAY.JUMM6,-1921. , mMl , gee 4 - AMERICAN FORK 01T1ZKN -. - SATUIiDAiynUKY 10FW21. BHll' I ife& V Your Profits 'I SH :r taktos - I B K 0U h?VG m0ny inVeSted in an enterPrisc you expect . Z 1 afaturn on your Investment. Should you bo con- I ' f"VMly averting your time you are entitled to a ? H ; fair lmnB, enough to bank a part each week. m ' - IF YOU AUK NOT-YOU ARK L0SIXU T0I)AV ? H BKTTRIt TAKK STOCK' I BBRiSMililiflilll $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$, $$$$$$$$$$ ft) MEETING OF I CENTRAL LEAGUE H: Join Hunter and Dr. W. A. Homor, H rt(rtMDtlng tho local base bull club, H'itt4e4 the regular meeting of the H feud ot directors ot tho Central Utah 1 Utgne at l'rovo Monday. Many Items B'dtMlne3 wero attended to. Among H tteM of Interest to local fans was HlM dtclarlng ot American Fork an 't winner ot tho first half of tho H KM09. H Niphl and Spanish Fork wcro B iwdtd new catchers as per their B rtfoests. Ichl nnd Hcber wero award 1 tdMw pitchers. I.ehl, however, was H'Mtgiren permission to...

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. — 16 July 1921

HHH 1 HK iHHIIIIIBi :H lHB I JHHt ( SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULVkJ A V PLEASANT GROVE I LOCALS HHI Roy Smith Hpont Wednesday fishing V nt Strawberry. H JHJg Huch Nebeher spent Sunday nnd fHO Monday In Salt Lake lsltlng. HE I Marcelln Pago Is spending the week B I with Mm, John Conway of Halt I.nkc JHB I Luetic Paulson ami Tliclinn Slioell JHfl! (pent Wednesday In Halt Ijikc. Hjl Frovo Band Dance every HU Tuesday night nt Geneva. H 1 tacta Miller was 11 Hull Lake ls. H 1 Kor on pleasure Saliinlay. flH Cecil Clark of Hobur City Ik mnk- HH lug nn extended visit hero with his I grandfather Ilnmmcr White. H Mr. and Mrs. Samuel .Inrgousnn and H family ol' Ophlr nro hern for'an Indof- HH Inlto lslt with W. A. llullock. H Hl Mr. A. Worn Is li'oinn for 11 short Bl 1 Tlslt with his ranilly. Mr. Wcrn him HMj'i boon nt (ho sheep herd for sonio time. Hf i I "Warren Chirk Is homo with hln par. Hf ents ngnln after spending thn past U fcovernl months at the sheep he...

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. — 16 July 1921

iSSjG M A FJOHT BETWEEN THE LEADERS- O Ml 4 TN 1 XI ff W sgw bpringville and Am. Fork, July 20 I I? V:'l SAggg: JULY 1G-21' rLEASAftT PROVE RBUKW SATURDAY, JULY lfrlML H 1 Pleasant Grove Department 1 S 25TH WILL BE CELEBRAT 1 EO AT MUTUAL DELL fl July 21th or really July 25th will '" fc celebrated this year by all member i( t, thc Alplno alalia at Mutual Dell I. us American Fork canyon. H' Tradlc rcKulatlonrt will bo made ; ipeclally for tlio day. During ccr H" ttln hours In tho mornlnp; autos and I rehlcles will only bo iiormltted to go m , tnc canyon and In tho evening to ' come dovrn. This vUI bo attended to H, ij tho County Commissioners to in H joro tho safety of th0 travelers. H The proRram of tho day will Include H dinner, patriotic progrnms, dedication m a the hut, baso ball and other Raines, 'I fore- 1 npper and ovonlng camp fire. Apos. m te jvlns and other visitors are ex M parted from Salt aVc. ins , 1 Tho celebration will bo under the o B direction of the Stnlt0 M. 1. A....

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. — 16 July 1921

H SATUHDAY, JULY 16, 1821. AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN , , , , jjffiPf Y' "jaj j(ft I 1 1 LOCAL I $APPENim$ ill l'hllllp Cawruy Bpont Suiuliiy In i Salt J-aku with friends. 1 MIbscb Kntlo and Kdllh Durrnnt ' f apcnt Friday In Salt l-uko on hiiRlncss. jl- Ch'aB. IMIIb of lllRhlaml jont. last 'jl j vcclt jn Idaho attcndlnR to business interests. 1 1 JcRn Harris of I-'j1iI Bpont three dayn 1 1 j,cr( thlH wcrk, the talent "" M'B9 Evu I I Dtan. III Mr. i-nil Airs. Clando Znhrlsklo and Hi children motored to Alplno Hunduy Dt and spent the day with rolntlvcH. ' jjr Bll J. Kendall of U'hl Hpntlt III Monday In American Fork on IiubI- I 1 John Hern 1 spendhiR the week In H Nevada attending to himlnimn IntereiitB H titr. Wt Sirs. Jos. KorhcH retnrned homo Hat- H wrday, nller HpendliiK u two weeks' B' Tlilt In Salt )nke. I The 24th will boom ho hero, how about that nleo milt for lliti Pioneer day. Chlpman's hnvo them. Miss Dtiwinu Dcapaln has nccopted a position with the local Mt. Ktatcs Telephone of...

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. — 16 July 1921

fail isHfLl "?BfirrnAy JULY 16 192t pjTm---- g AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1921. II ttend yW Classified 1 wmpetJJ'B AuS I ' F0 SALB t h M,. I(K 8 CB.NT8 A QUART -tfat claj WLa 35 cents n 1unrt' By Mrs' BwW Chlpman. 9-L 'ne 80-W fcAurrTE home, with CanRwi.B-.of land nnd water; within 2 bs-'KS of Main street. If Interested !2BSc"uen m y ..KsSrOK3ATl-lnqulro Vern Hol ""fc uWi.te at Bolcy's storo. A real V I Mir 25tf W IBrJxNDlD SPAN OP BELGIAN UlTP I maim for sale cheap. 8. D. Chlp- I KT'Amerlcan Fork. 2-Bt I Hjjt CHICKS' T-A-N-C-R-E.D.S. I Mjfit$K white l-eghorns, Golden Buff I BaJBro" I-efihorns, Anconna, Black I Bvwra, R- I- ,lci,s ,,ufr Orpingtons. . I HltfNdind White nocks. Special i I H on advance orders. Enoch I Hi, Sebright. California. lG.lt-p I I Wanted I HfOR SALE 24 acres pasture land, I H hu btet sllcer. John West, Plcn I Htt,0roTe. 25-tf f rORSAI.B OK TRADE FOR TEAM I H 4 Ford truck In good condition. 1 I HcmlM-W, Frank Grastclt. 25-tf f fl.M0 BHOILERS WANTET...

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 July 1921

K SATURDAY, JtthY Hi, 1021. AMERICAN FORK HTlZEN SATURDAY, JULY lflj-1 HI AMfcJKIUAN FORK Locals and Personals HI HI r Provo Band Dance every 3 Tuesday night at Geneva. H 1 Thos. Singleton iiml I'M. Smith ru- IH 1 turned Thursday from Kly, Novadu, H V v!:oro they npont ten days on huslnoss. K'i jHff Mrs. llcrtlia WIIhiiii mill daughter, W I1 (I race, (if Halt Ixikc. worn thn week H cud KticntH of Mr. anil Mrs. Sam HI Dean, Jr., here. B 1 Mrs, J, A. Wright ami Ron Glenn H I ' of lllnghnm, Hont from Thursday till jP Bntutday lioru vlr.llliig rolatlvcs and IHT friends, HI' i 1, I 'I'll i) name, Chlpmuu's, Hpcllrt low Hji' prices, good tinallty and large Hssort- (Mrs. II. J, Wugotnff of Charleston, npent Monday In Amorlcnn Pork, vis Itlnr Mrs. .TnuioH IT. Ilarrntt. Ilcnjumlii Condor of this city and HI' Mm. Milt) Draper of I'rovo wero mar- B l Itcl last week at I'rinn. They will HI' make their homo here. HT p HI J Mm. Hone It. (Iraut and KrundHon Hi' M"rlln, loft Thurmlay morning for m-...

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