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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 8 October 1921

!' 'iff' 5I; It ffflB J I BEING SHIPPED Hicm Fork is becoming a groat Ttr- AIrcatly' oVor 15 car S .itpples havo been shipped this j They IH lo distributed by Lt companies of tho stato Lout the east. Tho apples this tire a delicious flavor and are Etjoully g' Eueirloaus wore shipped over hlt Ike Rollto an(l sovon car- LoTtr tho Orcm road. It Is cstl- Cthat at IcnBt 15 more carloads iKfe shipped this season. Pod- iKire lso hauling auto after auto B?lo rarlous parts of tho stato. JKLtint Grove is also shipping en- 4Kquantltles, ns well ns Provo yKl and other sections nnd Utah 4Btr nil! no doubt becomo famous f Ki splendid fruit. "O f ftore Chickens Being Stolen AHfednesday niRht about 7:30 a Alitor heard tho chickens of Chan. 4 En "Squawking.. She Immediately Khim ot tho disturbances. Mr. Bern went to Ills coop only to find H roosts baro and nbout 12 ot his jKolcett chickens taken. Tho officers Kff notified but so far no nrrests T Kr teen mado. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR ALMAROWLEY. JR. Fun...

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. — 8 October 1921

Hi I fl4lffp Hi SATURDAY, OCTOBER ft 1021, aMHKIOAN FUKK CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBttnJ jj PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS l mi B Jolm Atwood attended tho Stato ;! Fair nt Halt Uiko Wednesday. if M ' Alex Kills and daughter, Mrn. Hay fn tfevoraux spent Wednesday In Snll Inkn vlnltttiK. r llcsslo Wright wont to Salt lnko jH "Wednesday to spend tlio remaining 'M portion of tlio week. B Hazel Frampton In working at tlio m A. K. Thornton Hloro thin week while. u other of the clorkn aru at tlio Fair. ID W. I,. 1 In yes attended tlio retail H mcrcliaiitn gathering In Halt Uike M , Wednesday night. Huslncss, employ flj mont and economic conditions woro ' discussed. U , Josephine West In Inck to work ; i ngaln at tlio W. K. (Mark sto'o. She J has been out about a week, duo to I n minor operation performed at tlio H . IOhi hospital. JH Mr. and Mm. Hon Wane spont Sun- day In Pleasant Orovo vIsltlnR with ' Mr. and Mrs. N, A. Swonson. Mrs. m ' Swenson returned to Murray with V them for n week's visit C i Mr...

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. — 8 October 1921

ln U qATUBDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1921. ,, Si 3 gAiU AMERICAN FORK OITIZtiK . Mil BfcbhB .American Fork Citizen Office Alpine Tab. Co. Blag. i pnoonEssiVE, independent B PUBLICATION. III SUBSCRIPTION vwB $ Irar (In Advance) . . C0 B ,roBUl8(lH A'M - - t B introl as S-nQd-Clasa Matter at B pfil OfBco at American Fork, Utah. Bd B Lff. flalsford . . Publisher ' I Classified B FOR SAL B 150 PULLETS FOR SALE. S. D. B Chlpman. 8-2t B FOR RENT B FOR RENT FURNISHED Six room ' house, with bath, toilet, closots, etc. B" Close in. Wo aro thinking about I. going to California for the winter and H will rent homo to right party. Call H at Alplno Pub. Co. 8t t M) WANTED Eggi, poultry. Highest caib prices. WUi call promptly. Martin Peterson 1'lojMMjt a rove. ES Phone TO-W. xn-tf H MISCELLANEOUS ' MARRY IP LONELY; for results, try me; best and most successful "Home ' ttAker"; hundreds rich wish marriage . soon; strictly confidential; most re ' liable; years experience; descriptions - free. "The Successful C...

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. — 8 October 1921

-ffvr ''BSfl-RiH ('-AS-" --"T1 . ..,. ., mnmHHp ! fHif W ' Hf-fiul t if I Klfj SATURDAY. OUTOBl.lt 8, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CJTIZEN . SATURDAY, 0GT0BER81 ' r tN lE' EaI S ' -B-Wil AMERICAN FORK wfi Locals and Personals B iff iff' N- 3 wash tubs ut $1.25 next wook KH(---I nt (nnt'fl. VHfrW-I KB7j Mrs. Mury Muudsloy lu spending mHJI Sunday In Salt liko nttondlnic i ! HI(ff HHIi Mrs. ICobl. IJluim uml Mrs llub- --tlllsli i.'i Clilinum motored to l'rovo Thuis- HHWB IN day iirtcruooii on ImhIiiohb. HBlll '"Ir' "lu' 'rH- Jnlllea Martin and BMBBwIIiR ftl1' '""' A'rB' A'frc( I,a'os motoroc HTHkHhJ ,0 Hnlt '"'1,U TlI00,liy ull1 vlsltod tho H'SliiS fn,r" - Pn MrH F '' 1IIU IlMl1 bnl'y uf Ir)co Hlkf ifl SIICIU""I! n fuw weeks In Amorlcan Hnltfil Kork with' Iter patents, Mr. and Mro. HVHHfl dins, '(loodo ami futully. Hill hi HBHUJ Pffi Mn, (loorgo Taylor or Wlioolon KBfff SQ Hjionl Sunday In Amorlcan Fork vlft- HBIf nj ltlnS at tlio homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. HmJ i John Kelly. HBilfijfli Mr. and M Itou...

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. — 15 October 1921

l'j 'if! a 8, 1921 I' $ Si lAmerican Fork Citizen I -1 Trr- -, 1 fj GE in I W AAlEltlOANFQBK.UTAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15L921 NUMBER 36 ' If ft I iisFcoNi- MERC1AL CLUB Z I HOLD MEETING I BKard of directors of tho Cora. 1 V, lnb held a business mooting J B,iuW rooms Tuesday night. I Kfthe tlmo wns spent in golug I lilt books and appropriating all a .,.nf 1'oulson reported that jj KjlOO-OO in '0C8 llad boon co1' I K Mij that there yet remained S ordered paid on all of tho 1 BUoni" f iho c,ub' wn,ch w" 1 Btallr out of dobt. An effort will 2 E! t collect tho back dues at if B 0( GOc por month slnco Jan. I B 1.1921. 1 communication iib read from I Blftsatch Mountain club, Btntlng m B they were Inclosing a check for f Bt) to help light and fix up Won- 1 Bfre In tho canyon. It was ro. SB Brf that thin club made an auto S B to tho now cava Sunday. Each a Bter who made tho trip contribute 1 H)t.00 toward tho repairs to bo i Bnwtlng has been called for all 1 Ebera for noxt Thursday, Oct. 20. m...

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. — 15 October 1921

Bf I W;l I SATHWAV, OCTUKlfllt 15, 1P2JL. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, QQmmJ R HSjj; MICH SCHOOL I'll HON lUMIN ;HI J j First tin' id woro tho Frcshlos grcon, Hl f ' What they could ilo wo nil have soon. .Bl I ! Thun tho Sophies tried their hand, B i I They nro a Joyous, happy band. B H ' Wo Juniors now omo next In lino, Mj ' And ut the front wo'll nlwuyfi shlno. KlM ' Hi .liinlurs' Wisdom. sHifc! M IB What any Hchool needs most, tho iHjifl ' Juniors believe, In courugo nnd dotcr- HJ ' mlnntlon to push utumd Thoao who Hfl nru always worrying nlout things jijSj thut may nnvur happen, remind us of 'Hiijl theso Hugh: KH l.et tho howlers howl; fl JS1 And tho prowlers prowl. H SB And tho growlorn growl; H n And tho gco.haws go It. Hjijjl For tiftor night H Will convo tho light. HHI1 , v And wo will bo right HHlfl And Wo know It. jHiatf Wni STOP! LOOK! RKAIM IHj.iM Dolbort Qroouwood won stato chum- Hflh plonshlp In Judging wheat, and ja. Hl Roy Wagstnff won second In Judging HJBi iiwlt...

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. — 15 October 1921

22SSB 111! yJMKiRpaY, OCTOBER 15, 1921. - -AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY,' OCTOBER i'iojl. j i 1 7 IKjllllMlltltttttttttttttttttttttltllllllltlll I SaTHE BANK OF AMERICAN FORK! I ORGANIZED 1891. ANTLyB ,J Pftl-1 Capital Stock ! '. . $50,000.00 swii I Surplus 65,000.00 AE I Eeserve and Undivided Profits 73,000.00 0HAK. I Stockholders Liability 50,000.00 H - 'BANS I Total $238,000.00 C01IE I Ytt I SERVICE SECRECY SAFETY TER. . These arc tlic three big foundations of our Bunk. Small ', i deposits just as welcome ns large. This Bank has always bad the reputation of having ! taken euro of its customers in time of need. H If you are not already a customer of this bank, open ! I an account and receive this protection. ', H We ask you to examine the following financial state- ! H ment and we wish to place at your disposal our facilities ' B for transacting all branches of banking. B THIRTY YEARS Successful Banking Tells Its Own Story ; H I Statement - Oct. 11, 1921 I II RESOURCES II Loans ...

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. — 15 October 1921

I I Til vmroinAu jphwk -fflTIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15 iM S111 FlE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921. . "U AMEBIQAl OKKKdaMa" my 1 PLEASANT GROVE I LOCALS M S. I). Jtndmall was an American JB rork visitor on Wednesday. 151 iB Work started Satuidny nt lliu beet Jl llccr. Heels lira now being received. H A. N. Ulllmnn mid family wero cou- iBt feroncu vlHltorH at. Halt l-nko Sunday. JL Va rlu 11 Wont 1h now ulxiiit again M after undergoing mi operation for nn. S pendlcltls, ifl Mrs. II. W. Clark won n first und 1 two second places on lior exhibit of II tatting at tho Btnto Fair. SJ Mr. and Mr a. Kdvurd Morgan of Hlfc- by, Idaho voro guvuta of Mr. and Mrs. M John Wont TucRday. I Fay Tluirno lull for Bliutloy. Idaho, Saturday where, ho will niako an In I dcflulto vlsi.t. Mr. and MrH. Alorvtn Cook of I'rovo jl spent Thursday lioro visiting with Mr. ami Mrs. Avlyn lllcuords. I Thorn will l)o no Baui anient meot- lags hold huro Sunday on account of R union meeting at American Fork. Mr. and Mrs. I.....

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. — 15 October 1921

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBpBaaBBaMiaMaBBBBBMBwMa "wrsSBBBB Y7' $1 8 V kVn ' Ell 15 iM SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921. , . AumtieAtl vnmnmrvurv' IH 5aH '- ',: ! '" v' ' g - -AMJgHCANiiORKlDlTLSLN . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921. M If Pleasant drove Department I I APPLICATION FOR WATER I J FROM BATTLE CREEK I DENIED LINDON PEOPLE I I 1C controversy which has existed I letwecn Llndon und Pleasant Grovo I I for Bomo time uvor' water In Uattlo I I Creek, came to an end this week when I the Stato Englncor, R. E. Caldwell, I I rejected tho two applications (lied by II j, d. Wndley In behalf of tho pcoplo I I 0f Llndon for cortaln wator. Thore I Is a stuto law which makes it posslblo I I for all wator not being used or was. I ted to bo filed upon.' In tho appli IB cations mudo by Mr. Wndloy, two Be. I I cond feet of water for Irrigation pur I H. poses and .5 Bccond feet for cullnory I I purposes wcro asked for. Ho main. I I mined that this wator was being was I I tfd as it passed over the gravel be...

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. — 15 October 1921

r B i.AMmj" j., w-6f r- -. ,-.t --.- 11 -..j inn i ..,.-- ,.,i imiii wnBHBBSgs'sjpjMiajjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjji IP I If -.-Vr . HHTI! ' rKf?''; CvW .t2f.Ttfif WiUty ).', Bill! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921. --- AMERICAN-FORK CITIZEN - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 192!. I If I LOCAL I If 4pBmvrf HHjjIitl Olcnu Sykos spent Sunday tit Nophl HjBIIII th euont of (rlomla. HEfl fU'l Tho Httlu tots mu get a sweater BH JH I Vft, cap, Jacket anil leggings at Chip. BH jjjj I Up. unit Mth. Job. II. gloria uud BjHwIijfl -wjfo motored to Halt l-iku Sunday and KHiljj'jj ; pni Oui iluy attending conference. BBjIl Miss Hitha MoDanlel of Alpltio and HHftf ' iUiy l-oo of thlB city worn guests of KHnjf i friends nt l'rovo Sunday. LLviHIIivhI ' ' HHJO f Mr. uud Mrs. K. Iluiiuoll ami baby BHM Vlllu'nrl1 Hpcnt Satunlay In Amur. I jean Fork with friends. Those sxvoatcrs for Itoys uud girls HMjiji r at Chlpiuun'H arc JtiHt tbo Uilug for Hflwilffl ' achool. BSftufl MJes I'ourl AndcrBon returned to HfllJli American Fork. M...

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. — 15 October 1921

BBMMssMsWWMWWsfJg ,S28BjF'V 'yPi "T' --K '"'".'VvHRTWWB bV ' '" llllw SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1021. AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921, Mm il American Fork Citizen H Ofllcc Alplflo Tab. Co. Bldg. A nioanESSiVE, independent PUBLICATION. SUBSCRIPTION ese nr (In Advance) $2.60 gix KonthB-(In Advance) . . tlJH) B Entered ft" S-nd-Class Matter at H; Pcgt ofllco at Amorlcan Fork. Utah. I I. ff. flftlsfonl - - Publisher I J Classified 1 I FOR KENT I FOR RENT FURNISHED Six room bouse, with bath, toilet, closets, etc. Close in. We aro thinking about goinu to California for tho winter and will rent homo to right party. Call at Alplno Pub. Co. 8t t I FARM FOR. RENT My dry farm in Sago Vnlloy. I :wlll pay cash for tho cost of all work, seed, etc.. as I fast as work Is dond, then take the iprotit after harvesting. Eighty1 acres gtubblo ready for plowing. This en. I ables anyono to got BO per cent more thnn cost of work now, then profits Inter. Dr. II. E. nobtnson, Ogdon. I Wanted WAN...

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. — 15 October 1921

fill I' Hfj AM KH LOAN FOKK H Locals and Personals iHIIw ir it Ib In ttio swoator lino you cnn Srl Ket ll nt cl)!imnn'B' iHlljf I Airs. I. 8. IlarrlnBton Bpcnt Thurs. sBsflli (luy '" Irnvo w'lu rolatlves' ili Mr ul,(1 Mr8, Knrl 8,lltou and Hflit family spent Tupsilay In Snlt I-ako iRjjH lsltlng. Bll Mr. anil Mrs. Itulir or Mosldn Biont HI Wednesday In American Fork at. iHljn tending to Inlnlncna matters nnd vIb- EliI UI"B' Hit Speclul at Uoblnscm Grocery 10 HH lb. box macaroni, $1-10; bulk macar. ifl ont, 121'jc pound. fHil, Mr. and Mrs. Hubon Chlpman ro- IHjra turned liomo Monday utter spending HHH a tow days In Salt I-iko visiting Mr. nB nni' A,r8- Jiimos ppr8on - Mn" Kll" 1cnr0(1 of wn,,BullrK fl I arrived In American Fork Friday for IHIJ3j ! n visit with Mr. and Mrs. Doloss Hfl l'onrod nnd family. -Dili Mr' u"a Mra' Cnrl Jono8 ot SftU H-I'! Ia Bpont Su,u,uy Moro KUC8ta nt HH I tho liomo of Mr. and Mrs. Ixm Jnck- Hj j eon. Bfl Mr. and Mrs. Jess Joppson aro tho V proud parents ot ...

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. — 22 October 1921

MHf - -..n,, Jt, w . JLL-i.-. - X77 w,-mhl -'vmmM7 " TrtH 3 IVmerigan If ork Citizen I BfaTll AMERIOATF0RK, UTAHTURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1921 NUMBER 37 i!:ffl J iSugar Fgntoryf Strike Settled "1 I BftFACTORY WORKERS STRIKE FOR I J EIGHT-HOUR DAY FACTORY CLOSES I ft The strike of the employees of the local Utah-Idaho sugar f Kfery has caused a great deal of worry for many families, for ( I Kbnsiness interests and others who have the welfare of the ' i Eefe at heart, altho no one, aa far as wo have heard, condemn I Kincn for striking, for the general opinion is that 12 hours . I Km lonir for any white man to work. H Hi ,ugar tftCtoryi closed lts doors m Hsfcf afternoon nt 2 p. m. when a B. tfiployces, with the exception ot j Hlbosie and a half dozen men 3 Htd out after their demands for E&ht hour day, with pay at the tjj 9mt rate per hour, had been refus- B H The final break came after nn W Eirrlew between the working men ffl EjXerrlll N'lbley and R. O. Smoot, f p4y- Several conference...

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. — 22 October 1921

bbv bb& ' BbB BM1' MSP BBw' Bb 1 I WW . .. in . M m rt ,i.Zijjn SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 nAX, OGTC flja oATUKDAV, 0UTQU13H 22, 1021. AMEltlOANFOKK OIlllfaK uynM, .. a i Iff i " 111(111 SCIIOOl. CIIIIOMCMtf Vh - " "" fl Tlio Si'iiiorn wulcoinu their turn to M Kit up tlio roliiiiin In tlio Cltly.cn, nnd H lit Kin y tlmnkliiK Mr. Unlsford for IIiIh tourtcsy in giving thu High Hcboul n col urn n for ucckly news. Tho pro inlrr clnHH, tho Sophomores niul thu .IiiiiIoih liavu reported tho minor do. Iiiks of tho school tip to flute, but tho SrnloiH liuvn Bomuthlni; renl to report, qiillo coiiNOtinnl with their illirnlty and Inipnrtnnce. K'iili of Hit' FIHIi U'eik of School Ono of tho greatest ovuntH of tlio school year, tho election, took plrvco Ootohor 11th A prlmnry wns called on TiiCBilay and announcement wiib imulo of pinna for election of Studont illody oflleors, to UtUe plnco on Friday. Ily Wednesday inornlni: somo of tho iiinbltloiifl Btuilcntn hnd proposed that a now plnn be adopted...

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. — 22 October 1921

V wl Ml lOQTOlpr,n I ifflfl T AMERIOAN FORK CITIZEN XATimnAV nnrnm oo 1001 f P'citec ' I For ifc is tno backbone of industry fllD 1?C I an e oundation of every success- -mB VI fi ful enterprise. """"" fPy Bo n Prvato or business life """"-- rijvijr?j your crec ffood M vou yur" jB IHillJIfcrMf self make it. V frm An account at tlli8 Bank properly handled, will build your credit fl against any legitimate need. )f 1 fmm:mmmmmmm mmmmmmmmm f INTERESTING TALKS ldgeJ AT MASS MEETING H The mass meeting held In the tab- Htrnacle Saturday night, though poorj 0 1 attended, proved very successful. M- Prea. S. L. Chlpman was in charge. f thflM I Tl" outside gueeU were Mayor O. jfjnj H c- slen of Salt Lake, Dana Park-1 -Bui. aV-(Mon' ,he WaBatcn fret supervisor,1 je W miPrank "i' 8rt"ry the Oram jj ill lines. A. Lorense of Salt Lake and JoC H ie Coun,y Commlasloners. The' II knd BaVP a concert P'l to the II meeting A quartette consisting of Ernest Taxman and othora gave the' opening sons. Dana Pa...

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. — 22 October 1921

n'i ' ml ' I- fi -SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1021. "'' 'AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER n Wf iBPfj PLEASANT GROVE K LOCALS l9fHvl Mrfl- Junius A. West spent tho wook IHfX tni ftt AmoricAn Pork. ijll nobt. Tborno Is spending tho wock HltM I At ,roVo w",1 u' " TUorno. lllni Jcnnlo Fngo visited at aprlngvlllo, !91 Wednesday, the Kitcst of Inez Jessco. Hlk SI Mm. A. Stnrlcy and Hannah Hon. f,H Dj i on mado a hiislncs trip to Provo on IHijI Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Thome of IBffi I Provo spent Sundny visiting Mrs. J. iHJjI D. FViro. 9 H M Mr. and Mm. Geo. Ilnckus nnd H U children spent Saturday nnd Sunday HH In Salt Uiko vlsltlnK relatives. Sjjl Mrs. Anna llnllawny of South IlonJ RHjl Indiana, jtpent tho wcok In Manila jHJH vlsltlnK with Mrs. C. I'. Wnrnlck. Hjjfl nil ben Ulcson nnd family of I -oh flflfxi AngoleB loft I'or Hurley Idaho Satur. Hi day after spondliiK a month hero with HI relatives, flh HJiH ' Mrs. N. II. Swcnson returned to Ul f her homo In Pleasntit drove Sunday H j artcr...

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. — 22 October 1921

I 1 aSJ;WTn..AY.oaroBro,M,. , AMPOAN..FQJtMffllZKN . SAnjltl)AV, ,,, a2, li)2. 11 1 Pleasant Grove Department 1 t OVERSEAS HERO WILL I BE BURIED SUNDAY j H The body o( Lynn Iloblson arrived B homo from overseas for burial Thurs. .w B itf morning. A largo delegation of f PD B people, togother with the band, met --XV B the train and escorted the remains to B the homo of his mother, Mrs. Mary B Roblson. B Mr. Iloblson was. well known here, B having been born horo 32 years ago. B He attendod school horo until tho , . B tlmo of his graduation. Ho then 'Ks'ICr on B attended tho U. ot U. at Salt Lake "1 lower- B where ho graduated with honors. Af file 0i B tcr graduating ho taught school at B Goshen, Manila and at tho Spencer B high school. It was whllo at tho . B Sjicncer high that ho was drafted for "Oliio H service H0 left hero to join tho colors 1,1 Vay B April 21, 1918, at Camp Lewis, Wash. 'yioiits H " wn8 P,flcc1 ln t'10 91st division E. H company and 3C3rd Infantry. Ho H left In th...

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. — 22 October 1921

Hi ---- - w Btl I 1 t fi 8ATDBDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1921. mm , , nmu,, JSATUBDAY, OCTOBEBJ Wt Hi I LOCAL I JI ifAPPEMlWS Hart ' HJlof i PiisIupm In good at Unint's Hi Mlee Kern Mlllor spent Thursday HffliN in. Highlaud with liur purents. Bl,i tlr Dofrlezu of Salt Ixiko wns a HH; visitor in American Fork Tuosdny. H MA Hyriim and Ida l)mnn of Halt H m I IiS,J0 WOr ''""' 9l"Ulny KUCHtfl ot MISS LHlfll I Ibdcp Juckson hero. Hj'1 ' fltovu Hoods find Mis. Hoy Woods j ittonded tho fiinotnl of Job. S. Unr- H ncs in I.0I1I Tuesday afternoon. Hj0 Don't forget thu Democratic I'rl. H nar' Tonight City Hall. LHfl J0J U'ooiIh and Miss Mulha Clark Hjfl of Salt I-ilio uro spending thu wcok flngffl end In American Fork visiting Mrs. mjj Hoy Woods. Kfl Miss Anna ItnstiiusBoii, ntirso at tho HjM local liospltnl. npent Wcdnesdny nf- HMH ternoon at I'leiisant (Irovo with rula. HI l Oco. W. Myers anil boh of l'rovo HI jipenl Sunday In Highland visiting Mr. B Myors' piircntH, Mr. and Mrs. Goo. HHjfl ; Y. Myers...

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. — 29 October 1921

V '''?vHV' j kmeriqan Frk Citizen mm AMERICAN PORK, .UTAH, SXKdAY, OCTOBER 29, 1021 ' " NUA1BEU36 -Lll Be made in the silver wave i lode claim in american fork canyon Apparently one of tho grotitcBt Btrikes over mudo iu AmerL7 fork mii"g district has just been made upor Silver mIxhIc claim, belonging to K. 0. Keyes nnd n os of Hgke City, but leased to the American Loushu, ijiany Bu'ch Karl Ferlin is manager. jfeH Wfto Globe Con. Mining company was granted the right, n?3 Ltioic ngo, to drive n long tunnel from the Holden or Yan Btfg Kunncl, througli the Silver "Wave claim for access to tho WUm W n' Bromd tyi"K beyond. This tunnel bus been driven & Klchinc drills at the rnte of 5 feet per day for some months .-jSiW Hjiiti course was directed across fM (Mil nd Benson lime beds which vtflH H, en productive of much high rj E,fhlpplag oro In American Fork fm 11, Im Friday Mr. Cleghorn, fSm Hpftrof the aloha Con came down "W9 Hiitli Canyon with specimens ot fc copper and sliver sulphid...

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. — 29 October 1921

III SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1921. ' - ' AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBERJf BHIciil j . i . HHl itf 1 .Vmx .Slorlos Ii) llnglWh (' Importers. llimi nmvi: for iikttiiu kximsii flBUM Fiusr ivkkk in aovkmiikk VhIm No more "aln'ts" iiml "shouldn't BflHfl ought's" will bo heard In l'tiih, nii'l BHiJl espi ulnlly In American Fork, titter BViI ""' ,'l"jllfll1 )lw, next week Kr BHlnj nirn, luigci or sniiill, will K; driven HH oul, mill ilrlwn out to stay BHjjIni ' Tli1 fliit week In Novombor of iu:h HBB3fl year Ih hc I nimrt for community colo- HbIh' brnllon of tlut iihi of Hotter English. BAVjiyi TIiIh Ih a imtlon-wldo movement, In HI which American Fork, especially Am- Haul erlcnn Pork hlRh school, Is proud to I join. Tlio sludonts themsolvcH nro In rhnrgt' of the exorclRPs nnil propoRO to ucToinpllHh mom thun ever before, Hj lr. the wny of uttrncllng nttontlon to HBajfl1 spool b us thn inoHt linporUiut tool ot HBaJi I """ every-diiy living. HM I Hpcclnl claim oxorclBos, assembly flfl...

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