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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 September 1921

Cv'iHi ""-W,if nan's COJ " M"ngi nrilicrV x v J I H H ir- H od H f I t 1 " """""",. -,,r - BflBBBB BB 1BBBI ..frtifflAY. SEIH3MBPL 17, 1921. f( gg , .., - PLEASANT QllQVK REVIEW SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER-17, 1921. . J I iB; Classified I I Ads I Bi Lost Krr-A pressed calfskin puree near ' ,?,7trurban station in Pleaaant " jrrfday, Sept. 3. Finder call HfSLst Orovo Mercantile atoro and Jjjreward. W-tf V I0B KBWT ia RENT 2 nice rooms and pantry. I t rellob, party" Doii't ob lit to one child. See Mra. 8. Pad- JtCKr. IT-lt rOB SJtlJs BEACHES op kAND TOR BALE, H .ftth private water rights; black H ka toll; close to Pulley beet dump. H gjooncble price. One.thlrd down, easy HJ jL-j 0D balance. 800 N. P. Han H ig, American Fork. 17.2t I hm BUYS A LITTLE HOME, with Vt H ten of land and water; within 2& H Mocki of Main street. If Interested H all l Citizen office. 18-tf Wanted HJ fANTED To buy small building H 'ot close in. Inquire Citizen of. fti. 10-tfi H fANTED Kg, poultry Highest H etib pric...

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. — 17 September 1921

R SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921. PLEAdANT GROVfi REVIEW SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 10M I PLEASANT GROVE ' I LOCALS R Iluth Archer left Wodnoaday far a, ft) short visit nt Ixican. Wjm p. D. Atwood whs an American jMl Fork business visitor Monday. Ml I ' Mnrlan Houston loft Sunday for an f 8 oxtonded visit through Wyoming. U It Is broko and worth fixing, no M fcinttir whtit It Is C OWEN. t Kthol Shooll and Florenco Holda- fj wny spent Sunilny visiting In Am- Si nrlcdn Cork. I "Porn, unil Volinn Wndloy loft Thun. 'If day for Hohor whore thoy will teach Bchool this winter. Mr., nnd Mrs. P. D. Atwood arc I rejoicing over thn arrival of n 10 lb. If baby boy born to them Sunduy night. J Prank Frnmpton loft Friday for 111 Illinois. Whllo there ho will comploto 11 If his studies In donllBtry. If Bipf Oonfotti Ball at Genova, iff Tvcsday Eve, Sept. 20th. Last Mi danco of season. Ifi 'Brings liavo been rather quiet U around tho court house Intoly. The Bl marshal reports no urrests for boiho HP tlm...

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. — 24 September 1921

iY 'Pi fflgnganjork Citizen KffijL AMERICAN FORK UxAk, SATUBDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1921. NUMBER 33 I -. M INSTITUTE " - HCANYON SUCCESS if m L . I E w.,,rg Institute held In the I EJm.W and Saturday was one w I B&joU successful ever held In I Etfrfct, according to school offl. I H - Tte teachers left the var. I E'iidlnp at 8 ft' m- road' for I Bgflt meeting there, hold at 10 BBBBBBBBBr ' I Kflsaailtr Singing and a splendid I ETDr. Griffith of the U. of I B "plant Life- In American Fork I Eja" furnished tho program at I Epiberiag. I Htfn 11 to 12 the remaining por. I bKi &9 mornlns 8e9s,on was do" I Kj to departmental -work, whoro I HSTn'rlous grades and section work I HpVtlie coming year was discussed. I Ht noon a delicious camp dinner I Hi Indulged in. I Hiij, the afternoon thoy all hiked to I Bemonity Flat whoro tho second I HaectlDg was held. I "fcomoninlty singing was lead by I Hfnf. A. Anderson of Lehl. Prof. I In Buss of the B. Y. University I Hprt a splendid talk on featu...

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. — 24 September 1921

111 1 Hli satuiumy, skptembkh 24, 192!. -mebioam fokk citizen Saturday, fmemam J& Iff ' "WONDER CAVE" IN AMERICAN Hi FORK CANYON IS PLACED WITH 1 i UTAH'S FOUR SCENIC WONDERS II I jll I ff Sunday's Salt Lake Tribune had a half dozen pictures of K'ffjjffl ;thc "Wonder Cave," with the following article by W. H. HBBfl .'Hopkins, which we believe will be of interest to our many WHi l,t readers. It shows that the cave is receiving recognition from BBUffl ffe t'10 ()U'K'(' a,u' ' properly exploited will become famous in Hj1 flH ; k a few years : BHK II "' wlmtovcr nnmo this cuvo may m PhM ftj eventually bo called, It Is quite cer- B IffiWl ; j toln that, through the combined cf. B Mjjjjn rl ' forts of tlio forest scrvlco, the I'uy- H Hl Vet sou Alpine club, the American Fork BbWuIi H Ccmmerclal club and the Wasatch ilBjlff 2 Mountain club, a new and wondrous WHlj m , scenic attraction In bclnfr opened to LwB'Bnlfl tn Iul1'c' lts uniqueness further HHrHjjlhftt adds to tho diversity of ...

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. — 24 September 1921

K p wBBPV 2SS?EH 24 -MmiDAy. SEPTEMBER 24, 1921. If 'If !?S;:s:1Ugg: - .. , a, AMERICAN FQBK CITIZEN DiimnnAv flinmnnnin., oj ki I I Ifei stealing L H p ROUNDED UP Ccers haw boon successful miicy (resg VtlBj , gang or young chicken "' Vh'ul S(rj mmF, have been robbing roosts 0ur price 1R Er dtr lnc0 Ift8t Junfl u np" AT?Tc.Etit the boys have gone out In nVt o two. throo and four to v Winki coop- Th0 chlcken" WDro eavv Pants ET -d t,cd and lhen b,d ,n a i op' E lot until tho next morning -i2K'ibey were taken to the City . H4 wt ,0,(1 (or cash" ('y broyn aETl!tt ot names of ,tho boys who Our PrjCe KTbrtii Implicated will not bo pub. ' 'Kj, tt the request of tho Juvenile ""-i!L JHL but thero were six In all.' RS iEw ot lbese woro iuven,le' tno !ltr.s; j,t Ei were post 18- rlijlir, n j faK Kri admitted taking chickens ,0 6 m WLte coPs of Robt- InKcr. '. IEl uilter, George Nlcholes, Ann I jQJ1.98 ImEau, Ned Wild, Un Hnrrlngton, ')Jp "(BJciiil'all, Jcsso Greono and Sld- tllii f ftf Nlchol...

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. — 24 September 1921

HI S HI I HI ff SATl'KDAV SEPTKMBMK 24, 1!)21. AMERICAN FORK ClTlZKK gATRfiAYt SEPTEMBER r jHtffltf10 PLEASANT GROVE If LOCMS HItK Florence Kelson spont (bo foropart, Hl'B of the week nt I'rovo. Hi iff 'i Tho ntilon nro ripening fast and Mi if fine crop In reported by all. Kl jl Hay Fonts Is enjoying his month's BVili vacation at Burloy, Idaho. Ho left Hff J Saturday and will bo Bono a month. H m Ornco Foutz and Ioralno Nelson BS 1 1 ipont tho Inltcr part of last week nt J l ralrflold. Hi j Alolbh Metsoii of Fnlrflold Hpcnt 1 ff Baturdny mid Sunday hero ah tho llji Kuont of Ornrn Foutz. K' 'II l n Tho postofllco luiH shipped ovor 300 H twshols of fruit during tho pant son- H'lj . on. Thin In only one of tho smallest Bj p shipping muthods, with tho carloads W Ri , nd tho truck loads going every day Hw m an enormous amount of loaches linn Hj II ' left our city for nil parts of tho Na. B If i "on" 1 Monday Postmaster Wiulloy receiv ed a loiter Just addressed "Pleasant , . Orovo, Utah."...

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. — 24 September 1921

SSgr V M.pnAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1921. " W7F ' ' . AMERICAN POIIK CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1921. Pleasant Grove Department ; ?:; ""IP MEETING '"' -f f FOR SUNDAY r Imv been enljH W wl" bo ob8orvod by tho u B J 8- CJlurch n8 Senoa,8'cal day. V' G 8Paldlnr .jWfc fl"1 Orove ft spoc,nl meot,nB loro v'sltins (.B-y, been arranged for tho afternoon, nday. B Pleasant Grove wards, Manila and y" tl- Ro HLon Second ward will participate. ko sPcnt the,,JBiniieet'nB w,n bo he,d ,n tho tnb" fr'on'ls and !!!B ruMle81"1 w' x" Hayca W,U bo ,n FH t j09epb Fielding Smith has been sc. ' of "" A vV wl as ,ho BPoakor Ho w"! con- f,,v'P a new'fJM' fltehl remarks to genealogical work. Ves ,l n aliriBi1 A pUndld musical program hns lB-w been arranged and It s hoped B' tht the building will bo filled to ca. s returned to iM- twlty to noar ",0 splendid discourse Sun'lay AftaB, The Iindon First ward has prepar- f' visit here vtH' .id program and secured a splendid v"inn. H' iptiker for their afternoon servi...

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. — 24 September 1921

HflHMHHMHIIHIiHHNHVIPHC' v. ; . 5srr B''l',!B'WH'"''',WBBIBPI!iWWWSlWWkCT "35W!'W(PWllHBHWIBBWP5ilWjW5R5lgiggilMggBi5BHBH55!" u - s r IB? BBBBflnrClJ.JU -. .fc- - ... .. jv- , ,..' 'Viiat ;- w I.-."., ' w,-w .. i ! i"- ' - ,. iti-. -. 8lfi0F E I si K .v s IK ,,.,, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 loo.fl.Siss255 It SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CIUZhN , MI II I LOCAL I Infl A beautiful lino of now cut glass JljK bat Just arrived at Grant'. li H. M. Cawrey has purchased a now 'f car this week. It Is a Hulck 4. 'I Mm, Uyron Crooltston and daugh- i ter Lonoro, spent Uio week end In gj Trovo with friends. !Mra. IoG rondo Noycs and baby aro ! pending tho week end In 8alt Iako with relatives and friends. ! Mr. anil Mrs. Jos. Wootton motor ed to American Fork Sunday from Bait I-iko and visited relative. - Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Uuckwnltor 8 motored to Salt I-iko Saturday and spent tho dny on business. j Mrs. Win, Sholley returned homo Thursday from Salt 1ftko whoro she , spent a fow days vi...

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. — 24 September 1921

frf? v1 i Jl Elt 24 wflMWnAV, SEPTEMBER 24, 1921. i &5i Mf ' AMKR10AN TOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1921 4 I BBJflBfcflflgBBJrflfl' "", ' ViT BflRerlcan Fork Oitiien 4 HSoSslvE' INDEPENDENT (. Hl PUBLICATION. H suiiscriition Hjfr-(In Ailraace) I&60 KMtk (,n AdTMee) . . M B&tfred a" Second-Class Matter at Hir Office at American Fork, Utah. il flflM' Cll,ford " PaW',,er Jtt In Classified I 3rs IB Ads I y fl BfrOR RENT FURNISHED Six room i. fl '3 koM 'th bntn' t0,,et closets, etc V fljjfcieM in. We are thinking about fl m'ffitoi to California for the winter and fl Bj.tYllI nt homo to right party. No I flf'Mldren. Call at Alpine Pub. Co. H 24t-f T fl I " F0B 8A,E flf ' rOB 8AI.lv Sanitary cot, in perfect B Bj condition. Phono 62.W. American fl H fork. R. B. Hunter. 24 It MB flflflt bb bbb - i ---- - i i i fl H M0 DUYS A MTTLE H0ME. with tf fl flj sere of land and water; within 2V4 'y fl BJ tlocki of Main street. If interested ,,. fl flj (ill t Citizen office. 18-tf '"...

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. — 24 September 1921

HI I Mil mmifl,v SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 loo, I' L HI SATimnA Y. SEPTEMBER 24. 1921. ' WW 1 TT HlITr I f 4 ii;'J t" Bill AMESU1UAK I'OI.'K HI Locals and Personals Hill! .,,- i ..-- B IIS ' nw conis' su118 i)reMe8, ju,t ,a H fiw ' express nt Chlpman'a. 8 I I Mrs. Alma Ilowloy lott Tuesday If for Salt Ixiko, being called thero by 1 If tlio Mines') of lior son, Alma. H I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Strong of D Hi Alplno spent Sunday In American D M Fo.k, guosts of 'Mr. and Mrs, S. D. flfl 1 1 Strong. H I' Mra. H. Muyno of llingham spent H Monday In American Pork visiting H Mrs. Allco Armstrong, who is cou. H l fined to tlio local hospital following H !tl nn opcrutlon. H jM DIbIics! Dishes! Dishes! Alt your B li! -wants can bo Htippliod at Grant's. 1 bjj Instruction In hat making will bo H W glvcn to "ll Farm 1,uroau mcinbeni HlH In tlio Itcd-i Cross roonui, Wednesday !til and Thursday afternoons, Sept. 28th PXli nnd 29th, nt 2 p. in. All members HBji I nro urged (o como. HHJjjIf IJltlo Miss Mur...

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. — 1 October 1921

I '111 Plgggant Grove Review! I 1 1 g . PLEASANT OBWK UTAH, BATOBDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1921 SuSSll '"'"' 11 1M CAVE IS ISciiNR ATTENTION Burr interesting and educational Ejecting was held In the tab. B Wednesday night. The pur- rf the meeting was to awaken nru to tli0 fact that some of Ejwst wonderful scenic attrac Eire to bo found at our very E. Mayor Clarence 0. Noelea Et lake was the, principal speak. E told of the won lth brought to Ernla each year by tourists and EftcetltB to be derived from de. LfRf the trails, caves and other Cjc attractions In American Fork Em sad vicinity. A description Lnew cavo was given. Tho band to attendance and a splendid Ltingwas had. Scenic vlewB of tho Un and covo were shown. fU Wonder Cavo Is attracting tho cation of pcoplo from all over i Ute and nation. Tho Forest rice will build a good trail to tho i providing that tho people here. at show enough Interest to have are lighted and mako ' somo ;r necessary Improvements. It Is anted that about $700 will ...

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. — 1 October 1921

Hi SATUJ?l)Ay, OCTOBER 1, 1021. . PLEASANT OHOVfl REVIEW SUKDAQnEj i RHYMING CHRONICLES OF THEJHIGH SCHOOL H Oooil K'oii!o all, with oni accord, H: o Como listen to our song. H D It 1 written by the Froahmon, T I It will not hold you long. H U ' Our Bchool work's on In earnest; H jH Tlio West nttondanco known H m For tho first two weeks of clnsseo UH fw Is by registration shown, r El Two hundred fifty boys and girls HjH Havo registered this year; Hua And though wo miss tho graduates, 'HHig 'Well tho olghth graders tiro here. M Syg Tho, school houso all In order jKm 1M Its willing students callod; H iff Tho walls and halls all shining IVHJH With lockers now Installed. Hff Tho progrtuu on tho blackboard H8, Hi's suffered a few shocks Hh -Hut most of us aro sutlsflod, KBl (Nona but n knocker, knocks.) Hna We nro learning Gorman ouco ugaln, jK (TwiiH left out for n tlino) Htffl And Mr. Pratt, still at his stand, KiM Bells note-books for a dlmo. BjH Tho study-room Is Bottling Bjl To u no...

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. — 1 October 1921

' IflflPr "FTTg'M"' '"M!B"nT)f" 1n-"r - i'ii iiT'f iWn'o-i'i'fi' ir ' i' ' ' ia' "' "' 'flflllfl HI tLittDAV, OCTOBER 1, 1921. PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1021. M tpt. T"" Tin j-vT 1AKBH0 COURT f M (ontrovcray botwccn tho two I 'Wff. of ttic Lehl Tlntlc Mining Jfi H. which forms the chief fea- i?J "( interest at Eureka, took a jfi, W wn when Judge. Ellna Hansen jfilf 'W .. amrth district court at Provo JW " lue1 nn ordor restraining 'TrMCB faction from further ln- 'Hhrence with operations of the jHd ordering Nlcholes and ht EJl 1 Burrondcr poBseBBfon of 'pfPertjr' K far as can bo learned, the Kbit sartcd about two weeks ngo, 'Ks, It l 8altl' Mr" N,cho,C8 an'1 flsti took possession of tho conw Br' Salt Uko offlc nnd wcnt i'BwB thC formality 0f ho,d,nK tt 'Etlng. After tho meotlnrj:, ai which V.Mcholcs Is roiortcd to havo been Ected Tnanagar and president, tho .Kbolcs faction went to the mine and J iKk possession. The few employees .tla company, according to Fore, j COf...

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. — 1 October 1921

Wm ' V SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1,1021. HM' ' SATOBDAY, 0CTOBEB , l.tf Ml BJi AMERICAN' FOKK nji Locals and Personals HH Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1-.- Firmago mot. Mi. ored to Snlt I-nkc Monday nnil spent BVW " lny nn ,nlB,nca9, if Chlpman's havo cholco gracorlcs iji nd you can not bout tholr prices any Hflfw irbero, nnd thoy dollvor frco. fH Mrs. Paul Allen ot Spanish Fork, iM returned to her homo thoro Monday, Hfl attor spending n few days horo vis Mug Mrs. tawron'co Driggs. H M Mr. nnd Mm. Artliur Dlckorsun Hi 7j( motored to Amorlcnn Fork Mondny B Si afternoon nnd visited rolntlvcii. Thoy Hvl returned to Snlt IJiko thnt evening. Hfl Call ami hco our Una ot beautiful HJI fall dresses, conts nnd hnln- Stnrley HH Millinery. H jy Mm. Wnlter (loalcii utid hoii ot Salt HI H Ink0 were visitors thin wcok nt the II homo of Mrs. A. W. Miller. M Kiss Dnlsy Prlmo of Snlt Uiko wah HfjH visitor Sundny with Mrs. Mlllor. HiJ W. It. Hnllldny, H. J. Senstrand, HIH E. D. Hawkins nnd Fred Houston, U the superintend...

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. — 1 October 1921

' " 'till !EH j J gATUBDAV, OCTOBER 1, 1921. PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 192L U American Fork Department 1 WAu,I COUNCIL TRANSACT ,0 MONTHLY BUSINESS H' The city fathers met Saturday night I to discuss and transact tho regular " nonthly business of the city. Coun- . . B elimcn Coddlngton, Chadwlck and ' "ItO jjyngon wore presant. Councllmcn. I' cblptnan and Steelo being excused. I Dr. P M. Kelly and W. 8. Chip. I man, representing the public library I J I fojrd, appeared nnd I'cad a letter from IfJ thoCarncglo corporation, stating that I their plans had been accepted and that the $10,000 was now available, I providing the city agrees to furnish t malalalnanco fee of $1000 per year. Tho citizens voted a mill tax for ' GA8fl library purposes some time ago. This will only raise $850.00 por year. Tho Ifpnfl' question as to how tho remaining por. " tlon could bo legally met was dls- . I cussed and action was deferred until ICSM farther advlso enn be secured. - l A Communic...

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. — 1 October 1921

mat , Bi B' i SA.TUHDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1921. PLEASANT OHUVE KEVIEW SATUBDAY, OCTOBER lK aycQltl) If I LOCAL I Mr Mrs. J At. Audorsou spont tho Jl forepart of tho week visiting rotatlvca Pf At Oarflcld. fjm Mr. mid Mrs. Claudo ZubVl&klo aud M children spent Sunday In Alplno vis. H iiiD8' m Mr. nnd Mrs. John Itoblnson and Jm Mr. und Mrs. Abo Greenwood mo- H tored to Suit I-uko Friday avcnlnc. H and utlondcd a theatre 1 Miss Mi'lbn Clark of Salt take Is I If jpendlng n week's vocation In Amcr- ji lean Fork with hor sister, Mrs. Hoy jMj Woods. M Miss Anna llusmusseu, nurao at tho H local hostltal spent Wcdnesduy nftor- 10 noon In l'lcitsant Grove visiting rola. i tlvcs and friends. H Mr. and Mrs. K. I). Shelley and 9 on, siient Saturday and 8unday in H ( American Kork, visiting Mr. and Mrs. l Jon. Sholluy and family. M , Mrs. Harry StcvcnHcn of Custlo. J jato arrived In Amcrlcau Fork Sat. jH urday to spend an Indct'inlto visit hero HI with her mother, Mrs, Annlo Newton HI and family. H...

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. — 1 October 1921

'HPT rrT V' 1'V'll"'Wlg3g -HT.l.fl I li I h fill Hfli WUMiIJ1 Sii?2lB: fliLTUBDAY, OCTOBEIt 1, 1021. PLRASANT onnvp witwtpw IP sSrW8 - i L.iiAbAMl OHOVh HBvlhW SA.TUBDAY, OCTOBER 1, 192L I H. pjeapaB Grov Review BUB H' tfr-Thornton "r8K sterc- BjB ToanES3ivE, independent 3(5 B' rUDLtCATION. H I SUnSCSIFTION B , ler-(ln Aataaw) . . f&M "S B J fBlli-(Ia AiTMM) . . 1JW T B 'jj B ilntercd a Socond-Class Matter at IB aut Office at Fioasant Grove, Utah. MT. (, W. Gnlsford . . FMfcllsker rOS RENT ' fOR RENT FURNISHED Six room I house, with bath, toilet, closots, etc. I Close in. We aro thinking about going to California (or tho winter and I will font home to right party. No B children. Call at Alpine Pub. Co. 24t-f " FOR 8AI.R 40 ACHES OF LAND FOR SALE. B wltli prlvato water rights; black B loam soil; close to Pulley beet dump. fl Reasonable price. One.thlrd down, easy WW H terms on balance. 8e0 N. P. Han. H ten, American Fork. l.lt -- I LOST I LOST Will the person who found the kt I b...

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. — 1 October 1921

Hi H' UK BIB u Hir I! 4 4t Df ,., SATURDAY, OCTOBER i 1091 VI 1 1 J SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1921. PLEASANT OllOVE REVIEW - .-.. .-JLMlA 1 I I "pleasant grove II: LOCALS IH) Curtis Young spent Sunday with Ml, his faintly hero . & jll' Mrs. Klhol West apcut Monday In jig, l'rovo visiting friends and rolatlvos. Hj Hobt. Tliorno spout Friday wltli H Mrs. A. 0. Koetcb, Jr. M Miss Jcnnlo Fogo Bpcnt Sunday in jL Bait l.flko with Mrs. John Conway. 1 IS " ' I Thorn and Qllda Wool upcnt Bun B. day In Salt Lko. Ml Jcnnlo Doors returned Friday after jH; spending a n(6nth visiting at Vernal. Flossie Wright tott Tuesday to , spend a (ow days In Salt lioko. Eg ) Tho duck soason opens Today (But- M urday.) Oct. 1st. Hk K. T. Culmor lett Wednesday for j busltiOHB trip to Conlvlllo and Evan. 3M, "Ion, Wyo. Hi A. K Thornton mado a buslnoss HI trip to Salt l-ako Monday, portaln- J Ing to tho now High school building. Hj Mr. mid Mrs. Joa Hoblnson and HQ j son Clinton motored to Salt tako HJ 1 Sunday. j...

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. — 8 October 1921

'BEr ' " '' '5S5EBiWMIMjspMMg'glMWWlWWMlWsWlisllllli ' $ iVmerican FjOrk Citizen 1 mW AMERICAN FORK, UTAH,. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1921 " NUMBER;35 rf !Kil CLUB H IMPORT f AN1 MATTERS KL4 meeting of tho Comrncr. Kru held i tbo ,club rooms Cg!M- Several important rt business woro discussed. Esltt fr,n l,,o Fnrn Bureau Ejoentctl tlmt tho Commer C co-operate with thcra and ask C,i! Creamery company to Kltrl up tlielr plant horo or El the money Invested by stock. yitte. A commlttoo consist bftrl Anderson, U.S. Rnsmus Uity Nlcboles and W. II. Chip. "mm appointed to confor with WuBry ofllclnls. i question of debts nnd dues was 0!i, I. M. Nielsen mado a a uklng that an extra effort nil to collect all back dues at , of 1 per month up to July 1st Oc per month thereafter. ipuch as the present secretary of town, B- S. Poulson was ted as assistant secretary and Instructions to collect nil dues. oulson reports that slnco tho I practically enough dues had jlleeted to pay all debts of the m Anderson...

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. — 8 October 1921

aaaT aaaaV I SATntDAV, UCTQ13MR 8, 1021. AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN SATURDAY, QGmM. I l, UIIYMINU CllllOMCI.KS I . , Tho Fronlimoit think themselves qulto p" J "marl, ') J To wrlto mill publish rhymus "- J Hut wo, tho Sophs, can do It too, 'i" Our vorsos houikI llko chlmos. Wo will toll nil that's liapuncd t:. In tho school houno on tho hill, k .nd Homu things liavo'nt happened yot Dut wo bplloo thoy will. f ' STA'IK FAIR fcS&v Wo hud Homo absences this weok, Wm- Hecnuso ot tho Htnto Pair, Ps' , Did YOU go up to Hnlt Iike town MSwj yH Wfl B11W you thoro, h&y And when you saw tho project booths Bffi5' W'u wonder If you know, Kb Our Olddlugs had hIx men up thoro, BpV Whcro other l'rofs. had two. !Rt j Old A. 1 high Is In tho lead, iBP1 ' Bcll00,s ,,int tv? l0 shlno; w ' And when It comet to Sinlth.IIughLS HaW ' work, ' KJ&T 'I'lio others fall In lino. WMklm' He5f' One Smith-Hughes project well ful- vEBm ""0l1 HSn A Stnto Fair honor moelH, BbPq Have- you neon thu Rood exhibit Es...

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