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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 29 October 1921

B Win HT In I '- il KrtV nfyr0BEB, 29 192L AMERICAN FORK ClTlKKy SATURDAY, OCTOBER. 29, 1921. J T .. . . v EjpftfltfMIMM HiHMMMHMHn BfcfllCSf ' IV MAKIMTHE MOST Of IT ete I These are days of progress opportu- I nity. The man who getB ahead in life kANlfg is the one with a definite goal in view yard A CkJ who sticks persistently to it. colors I T 0 ' . Mo3t successful men of today owe their I CytonrraT 8vhjce8S to mang early a reliable TTS I vsPse. banking connection. . I DCQSiB Vour introduction to the Bank of Am- 7p 0xtr B erican Fork assures you the best bank " ? ing service it is possible to secure. RETS We wiU te most Pleaaed to have you j I come in and confer with us regarding P'1 and I your bank business. "Kerns M IrssmHEHHii VBh&m KPyB lim fiij j&TTiiff8T3iTii BTm k hats BBB8BBiBBBfiBKMMMMilBM I prJOOL BOARD IN k regular session The nchool board held its regular "Of' Hneeting at tho offlco hero Tuesday. M A petition was heard from tho pco- ll' of c Sharon district ask...

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. — 29 October 1921

SB V' w H SATURDAY, OCTOBER a, MM. ' 'AMERICAS FOIIC CITIZEN ... SATTODAY, OCTOBMyy:P HI n ii 1 1 444AAB I H ,Mi m M I I trailing ar. i 1 II (I CZ. KLEHZO TOOTH : ; m J butualcum;: ftg lQClfcJ QTOtB PASTE I I I 1 1 ilM7illlW I i I II I Lrr;;t ! 111 I u 111 H I -""ffty "V tKvvtn LH LILLInnv 7nm Bnl B M i IW IIi.aucji: I closo 01 H!Q H j 'flSki C w j.mr ICmXSm Bl (bbk nr .nnX Ch IiY I I M&yr' I lunuriuiprD nn a tu Ctu I 5 H I IWIII I 11 lliH Hilll 1 "uuocV I I THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY -3 Days Only 1 5 H 1 WHAT IS A ONE CENT SALE? i t A M'.VV WAY OF ADVERTISING I H S IT IS A SALE WHERE YOU BUY AN 'ITEM AT THE REGULAR ' I HIS SALE WAS DEVELOPED BY UNITED DRUG CO. AS AN AD- 1 H 'Smi H I PRICE THEN ANOTHER ITEM OF THE SAME KIND FOR lc. AS AN t V JJSETIiilNG PI AN. LATHER THAN SPEND LARGE SUMS OF MONEY II Uaf I ILLUSTRATION: THE STANDARD PRICE OF REXALL TOOTH PASTE IK CTKER WAYS TO CONVINCE YOU OF THE MERIT OF THESE GOODS, 0 II II IS 25c, YOU BUY A TUBE AT THI3 PHICE AND BY PAYING ...

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. — 29 October 1921

S'jMTUltDAY, OCTOBER 29; 1921. ' ,, AMKRtqM' pK,qi;CIZEN ' SATlTJt DAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921. '? ipTT Pleasant Grove Department i I I i ) 1 1 if TICKETS IN THE FIELD AND III IT IS EXPECTED TD BE A CLOSE RACE f) I I il I Little interest is being shown, ns yol, by the -citizens con- $ I (cniing the coming election. Two primaries were hold last f I week, the Democrats on Friday night and the Republicans on '', y'llUi:t B Saturday. night. The chairmen of both parties 1'col that a splcn- K f ' did ticket Was been laced in the field and that the race will be . . .1nX H n nlncn (inn. I HIIMOCHATH! CITY T1CKKT r t Mayor Nlclo Fugnl. 3 I C I m Recorder Krnost Rasmusson. X H Treasurer Mario F. Smith. '' H 4-ycnr Councilman Albert llezznnt H 2-yenr Councilman C. K. Gam- H met. H 2-ycar Councilman Jhs. O. Hullock ' M jH 2-year Councilman Roy Smith. f B DEMOCRATIC I'MHAKY MM 1 About 30 PefnocratB met nt tho City H Ilnll Friday night nnd placed In tho MM field tho abnvo ticket. James O. " Itullock wa...

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. — 29 October 1921

ill iiimitniv mnr ntiPWffN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921 Rf SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN i2i -;nKs9V Blf By I LOCAL I HI 4PPEMNG$ III HI ill1! Mr8, Aicx uunn,n?,,nm Bi)cnt s,-it" jfiif tirday In Itlvorton, u guest of her bIh. IllS ttr, Mm. Chnrlcs Webb. HID Miss Virglo Paulson ut Hall Uiko Hll Pnt tho forc'l"irt o( lllc wcck ln II American Fork, visiting relatives and H trirndg. HHif H li Mrs. Win. Smith and children ru. Hlf ! tnrncd to their home In Suit Inko Hff . Tuesday after upending a Tew days HjS!' fa Alplno visiting with Mm. Smith's Htfj" parents Mr and Mrs. I). J. Ilamnett. H M' Miss Kdlth Durrani returned to her Hi ome hero Saturday after spending H ho pant few months In Halt I.nko. Hjji , Miss Durrani returned to attend Hjfl ehool here. Hif Uenjamln Hurratt and wife and son Otmi nd rtnuB,,,rr of i?"lt Ulko nml ,)ri K Ml ji, Chrlstcnsen and A. (I. Iloobo of IH Jlountlful spoilt Friday anil Saturday Hfl - In American Fork, guests at the homo 119' of Ellen ...

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. — 29 October 1921

l w - U i ii " "jMCj H HB I ""HI I cATUKDAY, OCTOBER 2D, J921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN" i I M UK 0ilIZBN SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1921 II Americp.n Fork Oitisen "- m H i I i PROonEsaivB; independent PUBLICATION. SUBSCRIPTION i. HH :-- f,r (In Advance) - 1M M gu onths-(In Aaee) . - $iM fj H gntsrcd a 3-nnrf-Class Matter at fc3 I plt offlce at American Fork. Utah. 1 I & W. Oalifort . . Pablhher l Classified I ' I FOB KBKT I FOB RENT FURNISHED Six room I house, with bath, toilet, closets, etc! I Close in. We aro thinking about I going to California for the winter and I will rent home to right party. Call st Alpine Pub. Co. 8t t FOR RENT 2 front rooms, clothes closet, bathroom, hot and cold wa I ter, electric light. For ront furnished .' I or unfurnlshod. Hllmar Nelson, Plc- asant Drove. 29-lt p I FARM FOR RENT My dry farm In I Sage Valley. I will pay cash for I the cost of' all work, seed, etc., as I fast as work Is done, then take Vi the profit alter harvesting. Blghty acrea stubble re...

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. — 29 October 1921

KKoWmmmVmtmWmWaW i k AiiFHlCAN FOKK CITIZEN , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, lM fcjB t Tmm!mmm tmmmmmmmmmTT'mm???Tr- II j c ' J Dj AMKUICAN KOI.K 1 Locals and Personals H Hi Fresh raisins, walnuts, flgit and iBf daton at lloblnson's Oroccry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl HolniBtcad re turned home Monday nfter spending a low days ut Ounnlaon. Mr. mill MrH. John P. Miliar and family motored to Salt Uko Sunday and vlttllcd MIhb Volnm Mlllor. Mr. und Mrs. Doll Fulmcr and Mr. nnd Mrs. Job. Orant of Sprlngvlllo vlsltod with Mr. nnd Mrs. Thou. Shut tor Wcdncsduy, onrouto to Mnghnni whor0 thoy will visit. M , Mr. nnd Mm. N. II. Ilolsolt wont to jffl West Jordan Monday to attend the II funeral of Mr. HoIhcII'h sister, Mr. j Mary l. (lardnor, wlfa of tho Into Up. fl Archibald Gardner. Ilurlnl took plnco In Iho ctly cemetery, Bait Lake. M Mrs. Win. Harrott entertained a ill few lady friends at hor homo Thurs- Mn ilay afternoon of last wook. Tlio tlmo M wns upont In sowing nnd music nnd mm Into In tho nftornoon a d...

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. — 5 November 1921

BBk 'flBflBBB 4 ! "ill SJArnericaffl Fork Citizen 1 ,6c-HcBfa AMEBICAFOHK, UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1921. NUMBER 39 ff - BjiioN ai'B DIED MONDAY AIL cme suddenly Monday to aflBH, Robinson, who has been JlBBs) resident of our city. Mr. fl 1 9 m born Tooele Mrch , jl f BJjJ!when a vory small boy. he, Bu parents, Jos. and BUtabetn f bEo, moved to this city where t 1 BmTloce raodo hi home. iOb De- V flflsW 16, lg83 no nwrrt1 M,1B 3'4K I K Shaw of Sandy, at that city. 9 AsK an Port carpenter and I Efifeht and was well liked by Kiko totlmately knew bin. I BWft hid been ill for some Urn BBm s complication of dlieasee, but 1 BELr I given as the immediate cau 1 Ktibli death. a KiaMes his wife, he is survived by HL following children: Tempest f BJjfMason of Mid vale; Ernest Robin- M Blwho Is Bomowheie in Idaho; Mrs. 1 HfcH Roach of Eureka; Frank Rob. I HjHon and Mrs. Ulllc Wlthey of this I Hiitr. He Is also survived by the fol- Hjovliif brothors and sisters! Mrs. fcnh' Jackson and Joshua R...

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. — 5 November 1921

HHJ4 . "'BRaViVVVgaVHga mm F ' Hi: H ffi SATURDAY. NOVEMBER f, 1021. - ' '""" "H nnHMI SATURDAY, NOVEMBER . WP. lilt, : Up I ti Attention I'nlillet Our 31cliaiilc Arts HHI Department. H Tho Mocluinlo Arts deportment of jH' t,' American Fork high rcIiooI Is HJflT Htunillly working Its way up to bo Kjlf on'o of the best (lopnrttncnts of tho tS- school. Tho boys oxcol In making Hlr fumltiiro for tlio homo, machlnory tor p the farm, as wll as In keeping Hfl "I) r cast with th0 mnilorn methods, anil w furm Improvements. Uffl', One afternoon nt tliu high Hchool, Hl "B ' reclined In an arm chair, with HI1' Its restful and gonerous cushions, and JwJ Ita broad, ample amis, 1 sank Into a Hjlj tender rovorte. While resting com- HJflJ fortably, 1 asked mysolt to whom I HJHJj owod such luxury, found In tho midst HJMj of Uiu turmoil ntid huny of student HjHi ItTo. Such beautiful specimens of llj modorn furnlturo, In which nrt, scl- Hfl1' nr) and porfect workmanship blond HK themselves, add much c...

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. — 5 November 1921

i 3 B!H1)AV, NOVEMBER 5, 1921. AvmomAx- t,,, II rnm mttmhXX AMLMCAN FORK C1TI7E)' KATimnAY NrnvinMiw.it. r. urn. IMS SpCONFEH jT" BA vocal 80, enUt,e "" H!f vU beautifully sung by 81. jtita Young. )ftPh Eklia T. Harris, lTesldent of 1 HaAton Young University, apoke SPPll Ka lnsth on the divine author- oceil "rJoKPh Smith mission and the EL" from nhlch he translated took of Mormon, and of the wit-. BL that testified that they were Mttd to lil caro by an ho1' )S6S Ktl Showing that thcro is no Hi for doubt concerning the verac. BttfcU wonderful and glorious HLfetAtlon which Inaugurated the BTplin of salvation to the child- Kjof men. Kgdtr Boberts look up the same HL tt thought, and told of his h.ving X'l Enti Martin Harris once at his I til Km aad tbu8 heard h,m deo,ar6 HLh Book of Mormon Is no myth, j HJithit It Is a gcnulno record ot the Jfli Km1 calIed NcPh,t08 nnd Jnrcultc8 Ejo once Inhabited this continent. Hfl K nthem cntlt,ed " Lord Mo,t Ug MgpU" was rendered by the choir and ! ...

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. — 5 November 1921

fir' h: 1 I HI SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CHTIZENx SATURDAY NOVEMBER .V i.M ' L- H PLEASANT GROVE m HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Ht: IIKTTEIl KNdl-ISH HKS . Lrmnn VI jHffjg,! Tlio forms I, Itr, li nc, they, nro HjlHJ always lined after tho verbs nm, Is, HjK rv woro, otc. Xovcr say "It Is mo" HHk or "It Is him." Tho reason for this H it seen II1 wo reflect that tho thins LMK wo nro renlly talking about In he, not Hl It. That Is, lie In tho real subject of ' , our speech, and so w should uso HI , -the snmo term that wo would It wo HW ' were Maying, "llo Is ." Drill on Hl the following until tho proper form HHin ' becomes hnbltuul. HHJ i it waH ' it ni"y ,mvo Docn i wl, fl eallod. It Is H9 Wan It ho? Is It sho of whom you HH speak? Was It shoT ! I' In wo, who doslro to Improve. Hjl i It was wo that they chose. HI It was they, whom I saw. Who aro Hlfl they? Aro they tho ones? HB . HIS I Heavo 'or high I llcavo 'or low! HJM Como on boys, lets got Bfll HhS ' Froshmen week Is going to ...

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. — 5 November 1921

WJt ;,, ftMfrpP , ,.,-,,.,, AAlhRH,AN I OBIv CITIZEN - SATURDAY, "NOVEMBERX 1921 ." hi Sfpleasant Grove Department1 I ,! OLDEST PIONEER K m angel of death claimed William BiAdtm Wednesday mornlug. Mr. A Kl WM 0n0 or Utah's earliest I ft KSTri end has had tho distinction "Wl B?rte past few year of 'being the ntrtaJnMB flPflRB attend- l 'k-WKIM tho S -Hf Mr. -. 'd Mr. 4 (Wm. II. Vrinmi) ici- and I ny llvlnR P,oncer who wlntorcd ut V here I Feasant Orovo during the winter of a. Mr. I 1550, when this district was first set. I tied. I Jlr. Adams was 70 years of ngo, ho 2nd I hMlng bocn born at Dover, Kent, mo of I England, Juno 2C, 1844. Whon ho was onlng1. I 4 years of ago ho enmo with his S prl I irenU to America and across tho fresh" I elalw to ITtnh, with tho Wlllard I Richards company. I In 1850 tho family came to Utah t nt I Taller to llvo and nettled near tho sclay I preient site of Pleasant Orovo. They it "by I continued to llvo hero until Mr. Ad- uslo I ima was 19 years of ago, ...

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. — 5 November 1921

Bf HI fi SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CrHZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER r, 1BWMfc Bj 14PPEMM$ HH- Milton Drown was the guest of frl- Iw1 , m& In Bolt liiiko Sunday. Mil Ouy Clark was a business visitor Bi in gait lAko Tuesday afternoon. Ill Men' and Hoys Suit nifty goods j ad stylish makes, at Chlpmnn's. 1 Mn. Arthur Smith of Salt Lake iHlj ' I tpent Friday In American Pork vIb- Bl ) , jUag with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Webb. fl i, i Francis Ambrose returned to Wca- Kl ! 4orer Monday, after visiting with his J)' fiarents hore for a week. HI'j A baby boy was born to Mr. and jli i Mrs. Abner Chlpman Wednesday, Hill t)ctl 2Ctll Mothcr nn1 Dabo ,,olnK ssssfll xUcely. ! Misses Ulanch Cassldy and Edna Taster of Salt Ike spent Sunday In J American Kork visiting Miss Ethel I Maldn. , Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Flrningo of fl j I Heber are visitors tills week In Am. K trican Fork with relative nnrt frl HI. ads. Hfl Misses Mza and Jean I Hartley of H j alt Lako spent thu week end In B j American F...

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. — 5 November 1921

mWW I xK I" Ml Mj-imnAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1021. -MERIQAJTFORK CITIZEN SATURDAY-, NOVEMBER 5,. 1921. iS Wrfcpn Fork Oitfcen jSSuplM Co. Bid. BSaiVB. INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION. M""" SUBSCRIPTION K.Tr(I" Advance) $2JW f jrtthl-(In Advance) . . HO V wTsA & gnnd-Ctats Matter at Kgat American Fork, Utah. RTrd - - PaMlihcr IBford W,""tcr Classified 1 1 1 Ads I sW' MUM ! J TOR KMT " iOCgE TO RENT FOn 6 M0NTH8, ' hi $10-60 per month. Apply at once ' Ilium H. Clarke, American Fork, cub. ilCO ROOMS FOR RBNT-lnquIre J. R Halllday, Pleasant Grove. 5-lt . FOB 8AJ.V COBNirr FOR BALE Call at Han- ion's place. " blocks north ot Hotcl I rtBt. I fouNo Jersey cow for sale. I W. L. Hayes, Pleasant Drove. B-lt Lost LOST Ust Sunday night two black I horses. Suitable reward will be I said for Information ot them, If left I it CWpman's store. 6-lt-p I Wanted I WANTED Mon or women to take I orders among friends and neighbors I tor the genuine guaranteed hosiery; I full line for men, women and chll. I 'lm. Ellml...

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. — 5 November 1921

I Hi B1 D SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER B. i ooM? j:! , ..,- Wm AMERICAN FORK W Locals and Personals lyjlj, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uy and baby Uff ot Undon spont Friday In American Hnl Fork with (rlendfl. If Fresh raisins. walnuts, figs and Bit' dates nt Robinson's Grocery. MM I Mrs. Leo T. Bholley Is able to bo In about again this week after being !j conflnod to her bed with a Hevere i cvse of la grippe. Charl Anderson and wife and baby nr0 moving lo tholr homo In town this week from Highland where they J Bpont tho summor on tho farm, i t IV!' 20 tor cent off on our entlro line Mi of ladled suits. Como while you can HI Ret' good choice. Chlpman's. H91 Iflij Clinton Larson of Salt iAko spent lIB Tuesday In Amorlcnn Fork visiting IBj at tho homo of Mrs. Emma Fostor IB III and family i'Bfll A baby girl weighing 9 3-1 pounds : was born to Mrs. Earl Korshaw at tho local hospltnl Fridny, Oct. 28th. Mr. I und Mrs. Korshaw wore former rcsl- dents of this ...

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. — 12 November 1921

lAmerican gor k Citizen 1 :HF" AMERICAN FORK, UTAlf, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1921. NUMBImV li BoUTHS RUN DOWN- BY AUTO ON STATE ROAD AND SERIOUSLY INJURED Kl - ' "Hgrnest Lnrnboo, ago 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Larabee,' t piously and perhaps fatally injured, and James Cromp Krt20, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher Crompton received Kkeo leg 3 a result of bein hit by a speeding automobile, Egby Glenn Bonnett of Provo, on the State road, between Ccan Fork and Pleasant Grove, at 11:45 Sunday night. "Hag Larabee suffered a fractured skull and since the acoi "Ehas never regained consciousness. His condition is re ELl ns bciiiff very critical. EwnttriK to yun& Crompton, ho Unbee were returning homo Epieuant Grove Vfoot about 11:45 mwLjij night- They were on the E tide of tlie road Jut oft the Ettat, be states. Several cara Ejatbe boys with plonty of room, Crompton says thoy had no war- E. tbtt the speeding car was bo E triM it was nearly upon them Eta glancing over his shoulder, ha B...

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. — 12 November 1921

fa i. fr.-n:.' i-i'i-i' 'j i a l ? ii:w iiinV.'iiii ' i - ... . -.-. .., - ....., .. - . "" 5?,lGiirZ ' JEP twmWmW h IF lvl TiyN, 3ATCKUAV, NQVJSMRki, 10 M 1 SATrDA . NWKM1IBK 12. Ul. AMERICA 1k --ITUhN & H Americpu Fork. Citizen I Ofllw Vlj'lup Vub. To. lllJir. I A --RCKSUKSSIVB, INUHl'ENOKNT irm.tcATioN H Sl'HSCBll-TH H One Year (In .Utaace . ttii Sit Month (In .Uiaaeel . . tiM jfl Entered a 3 ('$ Matter at M ct ORce at American Fork, '"tab. 19 I). I. fiahford Haaarer I vH H ItASKET BALL H lUsket tall season 1 approaching. B naturally oar Interest begins to cen. M tei around tho prospect ot the Am M rlcan Frk hish school Mr a dirts- IW Ion title After the loss ot eren men KS tToa th regular suad ot last year. I It Is hard to predict our slreajrth Jr-M this year So far we haTe about - j!M -en or eUht boys, ot sufficient site Pm and ability, trvp which to build a U team Only oa ot this number has IS had first "stria" ejtperteace This iS Is Grant l&sersoll, who erred a a KB u...

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. — 12 November 1921

1 BBHHiiHIHmiHH Bf'" 11 waaj J J rtiBDAy. HQy.EMBEBJ2,J2U.,., AMRIOiN POBK OITDW SA'nmiiAV . NnvKkniKin.; i : 11 Brats elect Kjjgucd from Am. Fork let. pago ..i f Urant (H) 8 WL, K. Barratt (D) 60 Vy. Beck (I) 2 ft Councllmcn 2-Year Term YBt, g. Crystal (II) . . . 63 KjB. ncrg (K) Ksu Coadlngton (R) ..' 72 Hjj, RasmiiBSCti (D) 66 ALgio K. Motfett (D) 60 'BJJiM. Grant (D) 47 I B' Fourth PnelMt ,' ,S For Mayor HLM. Walker (R) 67 "' F. Steele (D) 63 mKi For Recorder Btfje F. Shelley (R) 72 JBj, Pratt (D) 48 "aw For Treuurer WLj E. Abel (R) 66 BBtrt Parker (D) 62 , Bpftr Councilman 4-Year Tnn Binutl F. Grant (R) 49 'BioBM A. Barrett (D) 64 BU. Deck (0 2 Birbr Councllmcn 2-Yeor Term iShati S. Crystal (R) 80 Brim E. Herg, (R) 42 Bjiomas Coddlngton (R) 71 B. S. Itasmusscn (D) .... 62 .Benjamin F. Motfett (D) 79 'femes M Grant (D) CO. B0f the 520 votes cast 213 were Bitralght tickets; of this number 96 Btere straight Republican, while 117 j Brtre "tmlRht Democratic tickets. ! B B rirannt (J...

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. — 12 November 1921

MM)'' ''"sawBBBjBwIa'PHIBBHaWMB H!n aV'' K I .;,... ,,, ,. niTIZMN SATUHDAY, NOVEMBER 12 mH Kl I SATURDAY , NOVEMBER 12, 1021. AMERICAN 1'OHK OUIH "119- BBBBIbWJI Ma aa Mai MMIMM . . . "aaaaal Wl HB ' Am on o?u Fork Citizen VfVv j Ofilre -Alpine 1'iib. Co. Ill.lir. ill HK ' A PROU HUSSIVE, INUHPEXDHNT uj ' publication mi , si;itsciuiTK glijl 1 One Year (In Adtnnco) -V0 If-li Six Months (In Adnnce) . . MM) ii ill!' " ljf ' . . Hfj' Entorod n 3 rmi. Phis Muttor ot j ' oat Omoo nt Amcrlcnn Pork, 1'tnb. mm I ' j I). I- flnlsford . . Manager ItASKKT HALL ! tlnskiit ball season In npproachlng, Ifjj ( nnturnlly our Intorost begins to con. fj' i toi around tho prospoct ot tho Am fl $ orlcnn Fork high school for u tllvis Bj , ' ion title. Aftor tho loss ot sovon mon ' from tho regular squad ot Inst year. Jjl ',' t hard to prodlct our stronBth fJI ' this yenr. So far no lmvo about so il;! j von or olght boys, of sufficient size jjj ,' ni"l nhlllty, frou which to build a ho' I loam. Only ono o...

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. — 12 November 1921

4 'Mr liBDAV, NQEMBEBJgl m. , . AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN ; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 11)21.' Df pSBsliici j Ktlnued from Am. Fork 1st. pago L p. Oram (II) 48 Kr a. Uarratt (D) CO Bli. BM'' " 2 For councllmcn-2-Vcar Term yM .. g. Crystal (II) . .- 63 lEV uerB (U) tl B Codtlii'Ston (n) ' 72 iBj BasmuBgen (D) .' 66 Bliiil F Mtfctt D 60 'KTu. Grant (D) B' Fourth Preelact M t B' For Myor 'Bto M. Walker (R) ' p. Btcclo (D) 53 !Fl For Recorder Brp F- sheUey (R) Bi,. Pratt (D) 8 lBX For Trearoier L E. Abel (R) rw i,arkcr (D) 62 Hjfc ftr Councilman 4-Year Tnn BIbucI F. Grant (R) 49 BtoBuA. Darratt (D) 64 BTu. Deck (I) 2 Hf ftr Councllmen 2-Year Term MLttt S. Crystal (R) 89 Birtn E. I,crg' (R) 42. fcenas Coddlngtc-n (R) 71 H. S. nasmusien (D) 62 Bfenjamln F. Moffctt (D) 79 limes M. Grant (D) CO Hot the 520 votes cast 213 wcro( irilght tlclccts; of thlH number 96 were stralRht IlcpubJIcan, while 117 1 dtralRht Democratic tickets. ' I I Plrannt (.'roTC ItepabUcan Ivtn Pleasant Grovo a straight Ro I j...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 12 November 1921

i,iu. n miu ii -. i i i ' ' BWf T"' , ' BBBWW"" H I I MTUBDAV, NOVEMBER 12,m. KEBIOAK FOHK CITIZEN """ N0V 1 Jj' ilTi 1 1 o 1 1 n i it T 1 1 1 1 11 1 rf T t T 1 1 1 f 1 1 t t ' iiiiii r " M IL ! t AT I IV' j OF MERCHANDISE-- 1 a ' ' " a I ot i ti: Owing to the crowded condition of our store, we are compelled to unload at least M,off iV': $10,000 worth of merchandise at a sacrifice to make room for goods now ordered itlsv Y', 1 :.;-. rU Ar OUR STORE AND BASEMENT ARE LOADED TO THE LI MIT. WE HAVE ALSO BEEN FORCED TO RENT -fl X:: anfl arriving eacn Udy., - storeroom space to store our stock. ::ilua X; ; ' ' ' ""' il kJ E ARE EXPECTING ANY DAY TO RECEIVE THE LARGEST SHIPMENT OF RUBBER FOOT WEAR, DIRECT FROM THE ' FACTORIES, EVER -SI i.ri. j BROUGHT TO OUR CITY. THE FAMOUS "BALL BAND" BRAND. , ;; t : CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS BEING NEAR, WE MUST HAVE THE ROOM TO DISPLAY OUR HOLIDAY LINE OF GOODS; HENCE THIS GREAT SACRI- , : ' I " I' FI0E SALE 0F STANDARD MERCHANDISE. NOT GOODS MANUFACTURED ESPE...

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