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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 12 November 1921

I II I " a.'.' " ' '"''' ' iH l I! 1 aafcpY, MOVmnftBm Mfl." T." , ' AMgggflfflnt- SATUIIDAV, NOVBM13E1M2, 1M1. I "iReasarit Grove Department I KiLICAN ON TICKET f ELECTED AT TUESDAY'S ELECTION Z9 Every Kopublicnn onlhc ticket wns elected at the election I iKfrt Tuesday. The new city officers will be: f 2K Mayor Junius A. West. ' Kecordor Jjloyd, B. Adnmson . ' Wt Treasurer Marie BV Smith. " 'ijm Councilman 4-Year Term John S. Holdaway. ; 2K Councilmen 2-Year Terms J. E. Carlson, A. H. : fcciD and W. W. Lim. ;'B.Tl'Olec"on ,10rc Tuesday wns Lry'lpitet, however, n surprising , KbW of votes wcro cast, thoro be. ', ridre votcB cast in each district ; 1Kb ftarthan there has been in any ' Xr (lection for a long time. A IiTlgdi of .233 votes were cast at ills. 'Iltrfct No 2 and 223 were cast in dls. JBtrirt No. 3. This makes a total of tllU votes cast, which Is 63 more vot fW than wcro cast two years ago. f HOwr half of these wore "scratch" tickets. In th0 second district there tero 46 st...

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. — 12 November 1921

II 'Kr" MP UP- I ' " If I .SATURDAY, NOVEMMflR 12, 1021. AMElilCAN JT0KK CITIZEN ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 1, M I; MMTO If C. ti. Joy of Salt liko spent Mou- Jfl day in American Fork on business uud Wl TiaitliiK relative. M Special Sale Discounts all El J next week at Grant's. fj HiM Volma Bholloy Is spending the. Iff areek end in Salt luko with relatives jjjf and friend Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hutcblnga have n Moved tu l'rovo, whero they will make thalr homo. I Mr. and Mrs. Thoe. Itanck and I : alec and Mm. l'aramoro of Bolt Leko I rnt Sunday hero visiting Mr. and t 1 Mr. Tbos. Newman and family. ft R Mr. and Mrs. Tborl Aydelotte and s m of Boulder, Colo, visited Mr. and i Mrs. J. 1'. Aydelotte and family here ,' q Thursday. I Mrs. Thos. Singleton and daugb. tare Iluby und Stella and IKn Drown MOtorod to Suit take Sunday and vis. Med frienda. Mrs. Tboa. Singleton pent Wednesday in l'rovo. Mr. und Mrs. Ellas Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar BykcH of Pleasant Orovo spent Sunduy In Amorlcun Kor...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 12 November 1921

TfiHUr. NOVEMBER 12, 1921. AMERICAN FORK OITMPK 1K iTBrTI" i JJih'N SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 192L H V Classified 1 Ads I Lost LwLiuCranK to Oakland touring car as,"KHn Hans LaurM&'s residence eBJfvL Qudmundson'a home. Please K to Hona Lauraen. 12.1tp" iNTED-KSK8- PuMr Highest h i Rwh Prlce9' W,U ciU P001 omisBBaWo, Ptoreon, jnaaaaat ' OkY. SnaBjtKTED Men or women to take StakVf, among friend and neighbors K, genuine guaranteed hosiery; iv.iE ! tor men, women and chll. TKis. Eliminate darning. We pay iTKj.Bour spare time,. oM.W Kjk (or full time. JCxperlenoe un- KHry. Write Jnteraattonal Stock. JJjBTilllIs, Norrlstown, Pa. tS; O. 16 to J. 21-p fjm MISCELLANEOUS NKjjUtY IF IX)NELY; for remits, try IJJKaw; best nnd most successful "Home (gittr"; hundreds rich wish marriage -Bk! strictly confidential; most re ") bele; rears experience; descriptions i IH- "Tlie Successful Club," Mrs hj fcih, Box ESC, Oakland, Calif. 12-2tp BAKER & BAKER Attorney!) nnd Counselors at Lair. Collection...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 12 November 1921

HR1 mt Bf SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1921. AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 19H MW, " - ,-. -; , Hi AMERICAN l-'ORK B Locals and Personals jyfj'i Mrs. H. K. Uaxtor wua a business jAJ! I visitor In Salt Lnko Tuesday. IK j Mrs. liuls Camorou of Alpine spoilt j! tho week In Salt Uiko with rclutlvcs M! niul friends. K . A baby girl wob born to Mr. und Mrs. I'M Clements Saturday, Nov. 6. Mk Mother and babo doing nlcoly. i! Old Floors made new witli P Electric Sander. W. W. DIOK- ij ERSON, LEHI, UTAH. Phono '! 130-J. 5-4t-pd. Mr. und Mra. Clyde Smith uro ro ,)olclng oor tho urrltnl of u baliy girl, born Frlduy, Nov. 4 All concornod doing nlcoly. i i Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Peters nro .receiving congratulations over tho a arrival of n baby girl, born Thursday, I Nov. S. I Mr. and Mrs. Felix Niedorkorti and j MIshcb Qerty and Erica Holts apont Sunday In American Fork, visiting Mr. I and Mrs. Kd. Smith. I L'rncat SoaBtranil hud tho mlsftir. , 1 tuno to fall nnd break a rib last week ; v...

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. — 19 November 1921

H m aSiflcgrt Citizen 11 ty , Ai"f AN '0lfe "'A". SATURDAY, "NOVEMBER 1, 1,B1. SuIJbHB " 6 H .INJURED IN B AUTO ACCIDENT H"l 0NSTATE ROAD B iiothor auto accident with simlllar Hctsutances to the one happening on BtgUto road oast of town two weeks Ekppnc(l on the west side Sunday 3:45 Kw. H'jfeiut 6:30 an auto driven by J. l MhhII Hughes, Bon of Dr. E. a. - Hpate of Proro, turned turtle and I ti Bf lomo of the 0CCPants ot the SlOil KMler " In lho car with Hughei elQn B Julia Anderson, 18 years of age, . HaMttter of Bishop Nephl Aaderaon of S, f) B Manauvoo ward at Proro; Mar. Hfwrlte Cluff, 17 years ot age, daugh. Jar of Fred Cluff, 674 North Second Hlwt street, Provo, and Sterling Moore, Hit rears of ago, 676 East Second South B-MfNt, son of John Moore of Duchesne. B's&s Anderson was pinned under BltMr and suffered the most serious HfcsVks. According to Dr Worlton Vito took care of the Injured at the -i . MUM hospital, MlssAnderson's con Ill 660 M "Mn wns crItlcaljfetlTtojf eTfr...

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. — 19 November 1921

BSSSaT ' ET'LP?$ffHBaaaBSataaBMSBaBBBBBBaaaaLa j v .MMKJ-w'j'w,M'M''i "" """WflBiBaWBSBBBBBBBBBBBBalB? ll HATUKDA. N0VHH1.HR !021. AMEUICAK KCKK QMM. ""'"' """ " 1 w I, School Census Shows I it Increase Over Last Year! t'iu I III The school census, us lukcn ruconlly, bIiowb au increase of H1 l.'tt) boys und girls of school ugo over that of lust year. Tho ;i Lincoln district has tho largest school population, having a m tolal of 1318. Lehi comes second with 1158 and American Fork 1 . third with 1038. Pleasant Orove has a total of 945. The fifth ijlj district which includes Alpine, Highland, Cedar Fort and I jf Fairfield, has a total school population of 359, making a total ill .school population for this district October 31, 1921, of 4818 as II compared with 4G88 Inst year. J In this district thero uro only 6 children between the ages of JO and 17 who cannot road and write. Tho census totls for tho entire district arc: ' AL1MNK DISTRICT Roys Girls Total Totnl millibar of Htuilcnts bo...

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. — 19 November 1921

tsaaaar t iufll I IS (Pi i2i. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921. W - commercial clob i directors meet I The board of directors of tho Com. I perclAl club met Wednesday night to sake plan8 for tho comlnC election I of the cll,b- A nominating committee I I of nine members was chosen fo nom. I I lte the names to bo placed on the I I ticket for the election and primary. I I Thcc men will select two men to I I ran a president, vice president, sec. I ry and treasure and 20 men to lift placed in the field for directors. I I The tcn mcn recclv,nK the hlghost I I nomber or votes will be elected as dl I I nctors and for the other officers the I I najorlty vote will decide. I I The election will be held January I I It, 1922. I I The committee named to make the I I nominations Is as follows: Jease M. I I iWtlker, chairman; B. W. Paxman I I Carl Anderson, H. 8. Raamusiea, I 'lines T. Gardner, J. 8- Crystal, J. I C Berg, J. H.'8torrs,,and Edwin 8. I if...

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. — 19 November 1921

j SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, lOB j PL GROVE LOCALS I Everything good to cut Tor Thanks giving nt II. L. Clnrk's. if C. L. Wright of fenlt Luke was a j ,1 ' business vlRltor hcr0 Wednesday. f Mr. nnd Mrs. II, A. Btrlngham of ! Frovo wore tho guests of Mr. and U Mrs. Ilollo Thornton Monday. ; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Donne, Paul i I .Adamson and Wlnnlo Smith woro Salt J i i JLako visitors Sunday .m i , Mrs. Wnllnco West of Iohl spent 1 , ' Wednesday hero visiting hor mother ' : (Mrs. 13. It. Halliday. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilollo Tliornton nnd '' I ftr. nnd Mrs. Charles Peck motored 1 (to Salt Iako Thursday on business. Mrs. J. K. Mnlhon returned to If Jher homo nt Mnronl Tuesday after If .spending n few dnyo vlsltlnir horo. 1 Mrs. Kon Robinson of American I 'Tork Is spending tho wook horo visit- j lag her mother Mrs. Wlloy Ncbckor. $ Mrs. II. j Alton nnd children of Jprlngvlllo nro tho gitosts thin week j f Mrs. O. K. Orua and her father j H. L. Cl...

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. — 19 November 1921

iiIS I II 2l JflffiPAY, N0VMU3LR 1), 11)21., w . , - , AMRKICAN I'ORK CITIZEN SATUBUAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921. Jjjjj I Pleasant Grove Department i il li II tpCOUNiy 10 BECOME f "PITTSBURG" OF THE WEST T I ' Utah county is to become the 'Pittsburg' of thu Went." 7 Br n. Uii glad news that cnme from San Francisco early this Kcik win n announcement was made that plans had been tsuinmated for a $25,000,000 merger to develop the rich iron Koosits of Utah Bror months, the merger has been laWttfl, and so certain were the pro. X BpW" of ttS BucceM. tnnt 8jveral KJdoi of land near Utah Lake havo iE uHcn. Now the announcement Egade by officials that tho Iron ore Ea be reduced In a biff 500 ton Ejt furnace to be built on Utah Eke- K I IliJf will mean tho opening up of a Ifrttt Industry In our vicinity and will titn a big boom for Uta'h County ud ts products. Just how great fill be tho resultant commercial da. Blopmcnt, growth of- trndo, cxpansl t of Industrie, employment of skill, j id labor and I...

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. — 19 November 1921

? ' ., v " V, " -1 ' -.VBr..,i..i.....i fi -r- IKI '.iTJSJSSSSSSSSSSSBSBfJS1 ft ... , , . .1 .irtltoll t - . 'W, , .,...,.. .11 i..1i lini, ."llj-Mllilj-- - -" KPHH,VHs111mP'-? BaM - -x - ..... !.. ,. ht. BBB' sBBv aaaM HK bbw HI SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, yMb I fAPPENING$ OTJI i ffJJ ! Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrry Hurtou liavo IF moved Into tho A. U. Sykcs homo In Uu third ward, thla week. Chlpman's soil HrunBwIck records, which will ploy on nil make of ma. chines. ' . Mill Luclla Cunningham Is visit j tag relatives and friends In Salt Ixiks and l'ark City this week. J Mrs. Harold Chlpman wont to Butt jji I jake Thursday and Is visiting relat. f i Itm and friends there for a few days. If I Mr. James Chlpman and daughter, f X Mrs. Dorothy Nicholes and Miss ij; i Clara Hunter motored to Payson Frl. ' 1 4ay and attended the football rame p I at that place. j - Mrs. Jos. Walton entertained Jl ; Thursday- at a kenslngton. The time SI A wm spent In B...

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. — 19 November 1921

v-HPRr S?,HHHHHHmHBHHHJHHJH H if' 1; l 19. I i Mf N0VEMPE 19 921- AMER10AN FORK 01T1ZEN SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1921. H bsssssssV 1 " " "" - w Hettricta Fork Oitiien BSLAlpine Fub. Co. BIdg. -4 BIoobessiveTindepbndent uf publication. W gunsonirTioN HfMT-(In Adranco) - VIM LWkM1'1 Advance) . . MM 1V Rlsmnit-Ctais Matter at HaVOflc' at American Fork. Utah. JIord . . PMlher (bford Manager U 'fc- Classified 1 B Ads I PUt JjpBJIJMUdnlE I I ""IfcW; FOB SAW tatou Hi js BALB Horso and Studebaker 'TO BriJaW, I50'00, Presbyterian Church NoVaJfrWill 8agor. 19.lt p "" "W roBRiiiT KAPriBjKl8HED ROOMS FOR HOUSE. Cnj. 109 S. 2nd East St. Am. maBrk. 19.lt p Lost Rff-Crank to Oakland touring car Between Hans Laursen's residence 4 At Gudinunson's home. Return Jk Igus Laursen reward. 19 tf. L ItDDLB LOST Between my ranch a III Manila and my home In Pleasant M -fcTi. A. Holman, Phone 31-R.l. 19 It M Wanted jflff .AiNTED-Eggs, poultry. Highest Jr " -let prices. Will call proBBtly. mrtia Pete.rson, Pleasa...

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. — 19 November 1921

Hi ' rj . V ' '" " " 'p Ml Hi! I H SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1J, 1921, t, AMKUKJAN KKK CITIZEN 1: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 19 19 M Hv AMKItlOAN 1'OKK H Locals and Personals MHj'j Watch for (lutes In our noxt Issue Slj for "Tho Arrlvnl !)f Kilty." Ujl Mi. .I'M, l.co mill Air. 11 ml Airs. IK! Ji'sso M. Wnlkor uoru' buslnoHS visit- IBi urn In Salt l.nko Hiitiudii). wMf AllHa lloronce i'llduy of I'liivi) Vfi "ix-'iit tho net'k-ond In Amurlciui I 'or It IUJi1 with hor imrntitK. U' I Mr. and Mm. Wan oil Holey motor. B I od to Salt Ijiko Monday and spent i I tho day nttondlng to buslnoxs mnt. mm I tors. ' '1 Tim Itolluf 8oclit) of tlio Highland j Ward mot nt tlio homo of Mrs. ClinrloH LA (Ireoulnud Tuesday aftornoon. An In- ' r tercstlng huhhIoii wna onjoyod. I I Anno ClirltiniiBcti returned homo I Tuesday from Amorlcnn Pork canyon 1 I' where ho wns employed for the pnst l thrcn weeks, nt tli0 Midwest mine. Tho homo of Mrs. Hobort Blnns la (junruntlncd, duo to tho tact that I j Mrs. Ulnnn' daughter Id...

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. — 26 November 1921

' 11 S American Rbrk Citizen I B5TxrHl AMERICAN FORK, UTAHr sJa'ITIIOAY, NOVKMBEB 20, 1021. NUMBER 42 s HP ifcfcWi -. ..... '. ' ' ' " "T""-" ' . - - - -- V m CATIONAL WEEK DECEMBER 4 T0 10 Hi IHdk. 4th to 10th will bo observed H American Educational week. Tho ttona! Educational Association, co. IKImitlng with tho American Legion, IBttemptinB to bring before tho Llc during this week, tho valuo of I Bb American education. I Barter having seen service, the Le. lg boys aro strongly Impressed Mttb tho value of hoalth education. Wftu are bo stronRly impressed that MW sro volunteering tlmo and means Ho impress tho genoral public. Needs d accomplishments In hoalth nro to recclro special attention during till week. Tho public ns well as tho IxjrIoii I bora aro constantly being romlndcd of tho lack of loyalty and obedience to the law. Too mnny of us still fool I that the law was mndo by Iima nno olac. for somo ono elso. Ervry clny, thousands aro speed. line. drinking, smoking and do. ,ltng o...

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. — 26 November 1921

HST ' tf,sll-sssssssslssssssssHp'i''yi'Mlij l -- - a -B MML- 'wlEHIBHHBHBEssnsjssBsEssss "-" HB? ftY Mi Kfunr Hi autotpan FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1 oMliS' Hi SATURDAY, NOVKMBKH 2(3, 1921. , AMERICAN FORK UHi , JJ? ftll 1 TEDDY'S "BEST CHIEF" I GOES HBHER Hi ! Hlneo Klectlon Day tharo lutn boon i H disposition In other blR cities to nncer !H nt Clovolancl tho flfth city in alio H for otoctlnR a former clilet of pollco to tho nxnttod placo of mayor. B I Hut It Ib not fronlmoBs THKnE'8 I A IIRASON. H Hack some flftoon or sUteon yoars 'I abo, Ttioodoro Uooiovolt. Ihon Presl. j dent, rnlhor shocked tho conceited l metropolitan rltlos with this iloclar.. I . atlon: "Tho city of Cleveland has( j the best chief of pollco In tho United I Blatoa." And Theodoro know. Besides r j havlnR boon police commissioner of Now York, he won himself In effect - j g one of tlio beat policemen tho coun. f try ever had. Lj ! All TiRht. A fow years ago, this best U ; chief of nollco wb 'framor off...

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. — 26 November 1921

TPRPAV, NOVEMBER -26, 19&1, AlttBlOAN FORK CITIZEN SATURfl AT- NOVM&ER 26, 1921. 11 .JSSGIVINGDAY 0U1ETLY OBSERVED " Kkislving Day paaaod quietly by V Lhe etorcB woro closed and the D WLT Bplrlt provailed! Kjianrlie the Boy ScouU and Boo Kflrls of tho town met at tho City E to raise the flag. At tho conclu. I K of tho flag raising ceremonies, llbllowInK program was given In Mdltorlum of the City HalL .i.-jni? America. , - Illemarks -. R. E. Baxter, Eras ....First Ward Beo Hive Olrls. J KetdlDR . .Ralph Bramwcll 4th Word ap I aom . . .4th Ward Bee Hive Olrls 7.0 lajgarks Clarenco A, Grant, ok loerns 2nd Ward Scouts I tcBiarkB Hyrum Blockhurst ' I IW Reed. Robinson. I TV Relief Societies and Bet Hive J "" !i of tho town wero busy tho day ' if .KtIoui to Thanksgiving and on' rKnksglvIng day dispensing cheer to Kjed and widows by way of food. I iK B07 Scouts formed In groups and( Mopped wood ,or 'tno MoWB and F' i Kail of their wards. 'V W - IfflMAL FEEDING - I TAUGHT AT B. Y. U...

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. — 26 November 1921

HuT r WHB MaTJI KJW Bp 1 8ATUHDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1921 AMERICA FWttK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2G. 1lm I SAT I PL. GROVEJlOCALS Ijj E. II lliilllilny or Suit !.nko la homo m for tho Thanksgiving holidays. J W. A. llouldcr of Undon was n , , huslncsf. visitor In American Kork J Monday. I pi Mrs. Walter llnxlor iinil Mrs. 1ir In Walker woro business visitors In American Fork Monday. Mrs. It. W. Clark spent Tuesday In American Fork visiting her par. nts, Mr and Mrs. Wlltard Bhlploy. Mrs. Clyde Ovarii of Amorlcnn Fork spent Monday In Pleasant Orovo with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Conway of 8all ; lko spent Thanksgiving hero as tho I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. B. Fago. Miss Morle Forbes of Salt I.ako Is ', fpondlng tho weok In Pleasant Orovo rlsltlnR Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Hor. ron. Mr. and Mrs. John Atwood aro tho proud parents of a baby boy, born Saturday morning. Mother and balm doing nicely. Mrs. J. A. McCownn nnd Ulleen Dlckorson of Salt iJiko woro tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Dic...

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. — 26 November 1921

um. ITUKDAY, NOVBMBBlt 20, vm. AMEKIOAN TOBK C1TOBK SATUBUAY.-NOVlOMmSR 20, 1U21. 'J 3 Pleasant Grove Department 1 "0II in M - S3M0JUB TAKE $300 Si WORTH OF SHOES llmt "rJ ' 'miiMi'l Burglars visited tho Culllraor0 mor. ,l1" lnn'M eantlle at Lindon Tuesday night This 8 mbm inl makes tho third robbery of Us kind at '"hii""! Ibib atoro r(?contljr. The burglars took ie l (51,11 only hoc"- 80 ,ar n8 Investigation fl"il t,l (hows. The robbery was discovered "''cruthtfl Wednesday when some empty shoo 'or'o't'hi"'! i0XC8 woro tovinA An Investigation ! disclosed tho fact that 6G pairs had ' '" kiionB teen taken amounting. to .upwards of ()'t f 'hB 300 loss to the firm. Th'oro was no nirvey'uB lnsuranco if Cover the;loss. ami wluB Tho shoriff was notified but very lit. 'ene b.B (Ie oVdenco nnd cluos woro found. It " was reported that neighbors saw an nw UtM ut0 '" front ot tno Rtoro about 4:00 d'rcttl , m. When they camo along tho nuto oaniB f0V0 0f before tho number could bo "'. fori ,Bkcn ...

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. — 26 November 1921

ij nn iimyw ''Kii3SSiMjLL-LZ!KtKf sWfj hBrMiBBBBBBBRlBBRRRRRRRRRRMBRRRRRRR ht j-BgBsBBBRHBBJsRRRRHBMB 'fcjtrfcwwmBBB H flATUBDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1921. AMEBIOAN FOltK CITIZEN SATPBDAYMOTBMBEB 26, 1021 II LOCAL I FOH XMA8 KEEP IN MIND, U.NEER.A PHOTO. Jack Tcasdolo ot Proio cxchango wm ft business vliltor at the local Wdepbone office horo Tuesday. Henry Adomson of Hlackfoot, Ida. f ipcndlng an Indeflnate visit In Am. arican Fork with relative!. Mr. Harvey Iowl ot Lohl spent Tuesday In American Fork on busl. Mr. and Mrs. Duano Adamson of Login are upending tho Thankaglv. fag bolldayt In American Fork, with Ifrs. John Mnns and family. Chlpman'a have just unloaded n car new Monarch 8teel Ranges. You ongfct to see them they are simply tftutlM. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ivcl(s and daughter Pose, spent Saturday and Sunday In Salt Inke visiting relative and friends. Mrs. Mary Cunningham ls spend. Jug tho Thanksgiving holidays In Pjoto with her slstor Mrs. E. .M. Taxman. I'll ! Mrs. family Taxman nnd ...

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. — 26 November 1921

bbbH 'H bbbbB Lfofl2L I ly BPAY, NOVEMBER 2fr 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1921. , J Amcrlcp.li Fork Oitiien H effice Alphw Fih. C. Bid;. . mOORESSIVK, INDBPBNDKNT PUBLICATION. ' BJ I 8UB8CBIPTIOK MM I m Yer-d" ilruw) - IfcM MM I 9U Mouths (! Adraaee) . . $IM VJ I Entered M 'nnd-Clais Matter at ! Post Office at American Fork. UUh. H I U. Galiferd . . Publisher H I B.L.('iUifoN Manager HBjl I s Classified I fBf FOB 8AJ.1 rAV I POTATOES. FOR 8A1 0c per bua. BB I hel at pit. at Iee4' Beck's on High. MM I land. """" S4.lt.pd. H I Lost MM I LOST Bunch of keys. Ro ll I tarn to this office and receive M I reward. Ht - B I liOBT On West -Mala or Flret West B I Street a leather hand parte, con. m. I talning drinking cup and about fS In m I silver. Finder return to Mrs. Qo. B I P. Shelley and receive reward, tt.lt H I SADDLE LOST Between my ranch H I in Manila and my homo in Pleasant H I Grove. A. Holman, Phone 81.R.1, ttlt IOST Crank to Oakland touring car I between lia...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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sV l mmmmi H; s-KI s - H, Kl SATURDAY, XQVUAlBlflU 20, 1921. AflfclHlN FOKK CITIZEN ' ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2fi 192l I Bf AMKRIOAN FORK 1 Locals and Personals llJ' a ii.j.-i-. . ,. ii iiiiiniiBi.,iniiiiit KOU XMAS-KIUU' IN MIND, ! I U.NHKD.A PHOTO. J A Imby boy was born to MrH. Uiw. il rcnco Tunor Monday, Nov. '21, but jjl tho Infant died soon aflor birth. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Gates nro the III I proud parents of n Imby girl, born jij Sunday, Nov. 20. Iljj 0. W. Stults lolt for Spokano ijlli i Thursday aftor spending a short visit Ijjji i In American Fork with his wife, j gift, Old Sontn Clans has visited Grants ' ij Emporium Tho tos will soon bo' j , jl on dhplny I I MrH. 11. 8. llasmusscn nnd Miss t ' Mary .Chrlstenson spont Tuesday and I Wednesday In Rait tako vlsltlnfr. I l.lttlo Mist Ttuonm Smith had tliQ 1 misfortune to sprnln her ankle Man., I i day aftornoon, nnd was forced to ro. main homo from school for n fow days. ' Mrs. V3, 1-nrnon nnd children of Snlt 1 ' 11(0 spent tho Tl...

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