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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 November 1906

I OfSOMNlA CURED 'I D. W,.ll,5n2?' Plnk PI1B Rotor.l Wrecked Nerves to Normal Con- dltlon and Good Health Followed. Tho sufferer from skoplcssncM too of. ten reports to linblt-fornilng drugs in order to securo tho coveted rest. But sleep obtnlued by tho uso of opintos is not refreshing uud tho benefit is but temporary lit best. I Mrs. II. A. Fletcher, of CO Blodgct street, MnneheMer, N. II., is living ovi. dotico of tho truth of this statement. 8ho snys: " I received 11 shock of an apoploetlo character. It was so sovero that tho sight of my right evo was af fected, causing mo to seo objects double. I wnn conlliied to my bed about four weeks, ut 0110 timo being told by tho doc tor that I could not get well. When I could leavo my bed 1 vt as in such n nor vous stato that I could not sleep at night. I would get up and sit on n chair until completely tiled out and then go back to bed mid sleep from exhaustion. "I hud been under thu doctor's caro for six weeks when my sitter, Mrs. Lovela...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 November 1906

H (Pal&uj Saloonl H I G. J. Sinclair. & Co. I i H Dexter, Bourbon and Rye I H Whiskies. I H Pure Liquors for Family j ! H Trade a . H Utah and Eastern Beers I H Billiards and Pool, fl M 1 Wlitn in Town H f Give Us a Calif H l?McHcau Fork, Utuhl M 1 Tolophono 27X. I I fThe Star Saloon 1 ADAMSAVILO,.rr0ptlotor M j)ramcr3IN WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS M J. F. Gotittcr, Bourbon and Ms' Crystal Brook Rye V Salt Lake Beer on tap. H Eastern Beer of all kinds. M Family Trade Solicited I ' POOL AND BILLIARDS ."Mtrchnnt SI.. Amrrlctn Fork, Utah H i I BARBER SHOP M ip wit rr.KAsn you tri.i. othkra, H - - IV VK DON'r PLKASU VOUTKI.L. US. H Two Chairs H OPEN ALL DAY ftv S. WOODS, L'rop. H THORNTON'S CANKER AND. SORE THROAT H REMEDY. ( PpH Aulonrf ptemnt curt for H Canker Soro Throat H and Soro Gums. 1 Every bottle guaranteed M Sold exclusively by WM. THORNTON, DRUGGIST, M AMOUCAN rORK. . UTAH RI0GBAN0EVE5Lt m Curront Tlmo Tabic. H EAST HOUND. H rfn. B-Kor Slim City, KurrUn.Tiiy. iH sou mill I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 December 1906

H .,.,.- i , - .-,..,., 'i rii)ciiWirtiiimmiMriiiiiiiiiftiiiiiii r"' " """" A, - I theprowsTArcHrkbycXXm f 1-1 Hi I . I T T Mi IxT i! JT fef rrxkrvx lH I THE CITIZEN. One Year $1.50 1 J I Jl I I j Pj 1 . public ihrough THE CITIZEN columns. It B I I - "" ' ' ""J -- mLM JU m -- reaches the people. Ask our advertisers. iH ' ' -m f H I Vol. 4. No. 33. Amekican Fork, Utah, Saturday, December 8, 1906. Subscription 81.50 I To Make Pest office I Private Concern I Chicago Millionaire Submits I proposal to take entire Postal lj Service out of Government mL Hands Cheap Postage, Sure f Profits arc Promised. - To turn over the postal service of tho United Statca to n private coriorntion under strict public control la the re markable proposal made to the Postal commission says the Washington times. Such a proposition was made to the postal commission by Mr W. D. Boyco n millionaire publisher of Chicago who has gathered around him several asso ciates who arc men of big affairs and who propose to r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 December 1906

H THE CITIZEN M W. O. LOVELESS, Publisher, H AMERICAN FORK UTAH H UTAH STATE NEWS H William Abcll, a prospector, fell H down n night of stairs In Salt Lnko H City and sustained a broken leg. H About ono thousand people, wero H treated to their Thanksgiving dinner H by the Salvntlon Army of Salt l.ikr H City. H Hcbcr Penning of Tnylorsvlllo hns H been assessed $100 by tlio forest re- H serve department for trespassing on H the rcscnnUon. H The sum of $2,287 v:ns added to the H treasury of the St. Mark's liospltal n M the result of the charity hull hold In M Bait Lnko City. H Thirty births wero reported to tha H Bait Lake City health department duo H lng the past week, of which twentj, H wero males and ten females. H Harry Wadsworth, who enmo to H Bait Lnko threo months ago from tha H west, won killed last week by an on- H tlno on the Salt l.ako Iloute. H A vocal nnd Instrntuuntat musical H programme was rendered for the en- B tertalnmcnt of the convicts In tha H stato prison on Thank...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 December 1906

1 THE PRESIDENT'S I ANNUAL MESSAGE T0J1AKERS I Recommends Legislation on 1 New and Important M Subjects, INCOME -INHERITANCE TAX Ho Believes Such Laws Would Curb Growth of Fortunes to Dan gerous Proportions, flit Views on Negro Question Asks for Currency Reform, and Shipping BUI Would Make Citizens of Japs Many Other Important Subjects i Discussed. Washington. Dec 3 President House velt's message to the avium! session of the Fifty-ninth congress dcils with n number of new mid Important subjects, chief of which In the government prose cution of thu trusts the nbiiso of Injunc tions In labor trouble,), thu negro ques tton, the preaching of class hatred fcetween capital and lulior, additional lcgls latlon for the control of large corpora tions, a federal Inheritance nnd Income tax law and currency reform Tim message opens with a statement ef what the lust congress left unllnlshed, nd of this he says. "I again recommend n law prohibiting til corporations from contributing to the campaig...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 December 1906

iiH , -' - BBBBBBBBBB J . - . ..- i M THE TIME IS DRAWING NEAR H When You will bo Looking for H , X-MAS PRESENTS H CALL. ON H James Martin, H Watchmaker & Jeweler H MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY H It' J the Gunrnntcc that Counts H When You Purchase a M DIAMOND, WATCH M OR CLOCK H or Any Thing in the M JEWELRY LINE g Yi u want to Know You nrc Purchas- J ing frm A Reliable Jeweler. H Goods Bought of us nre Backed by J Guarantees ns Good as Governtncnt J Bond?. H FINE WATCH REPAIRING. H James Martin, The Jeweler J Thf Clock sign Jutl out ol Co-op store, H MAINtStmi AMERICAN FORK m The Wedding Cake H and Birthday Cakes can be M made to your order on short H notice. JA good stock of H Coffee Rolls, Buns and cakes M always in stock at our store. H flBuy Bread from our Bak- H ery, it is free from all adultcr- H ations usually put in bakery H productions to give a good H appearance, etc. JCall up 1 Ind. 'Phoncl26A. 1 American Fork City M Bakery, H . JOHNJT. GUDGEON, Prop. H J AMERICAN FORK...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 December 1906

I UNDER ANOTHERl NAME Bv GRACE BRUTON "Buck up, old mini! No iibh frilling down before trouble. Anywn, notli Ing's ever bo bail iih It seems nt Ilrst. Tell rue tlio Htory unit pertinpH we can find a wny out." Tbe two men bud not mid for some time, Jackson, passing tin oukIi the ;lty on 11 business trip, bud cnteied Drew's olllco to surprise blm wltb face Imrled In IiIh bunds, crushed b black Bk depression. Old frluuilH imd com- I Pr rades, bo longed to bi'lp V "Tbe only wny out or UiIh liouble." answered Diuw. Kind of tbe lelief of confession, "In n way tluit tbat the other party won't consent to. Yen, It's n woniiin, of course, mid Mich u woman, Jackson! Tlieii' Isn't such nnotber In the world, I know i "She's on the stage, bus u siiuill part In one of the plays tbat lime run here nil Hiinimer. I saw the show and fell In love with her In a moment. Then I pulled wires until I winked u formal Inti eduction. She allowed me to cnll upon her, we talked books and music. The company's goi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 December 1906

" i Isv kJ I" mined" u pounds iParalstent Anaamla Cured by Dr. Wllllama' Pink Pills After Othor 'Remedies Had Failed. " Whon I began tnkliiR Dr. Williams' iPink Pills," saya Mrs. Nathaniel Fluid, of St. Albans, Somerset county, Maine, "I was tho rutlcst, most bloodless person ' 'you could ininKiiic. My tonguo mid gums vrcro colorless and my Angora nnd ears were Illco wax. I hurt two doctors nnd they iiroiiouiiccd my trou liluiuuciiilii. Thud snclls of vomiting, could not cut, In fnct.dld not duio to, I lind such (lis. j trcisnftercntlng. My Moinnchwnsllllctl with gas which caused mo awful ngony. The lxtckncho I sulTcrcd was nt times utmost tilibcnntblo and tho least exertion made my heart beat no fait that I could hardly breathe. Hut tho worst of nil was 'tho splitting neuralgia hoaduclio which nover left mo for seven weekH. About this timo I hud had nveml numh spell. My limbs would bo cold and without any feeling and tho most deathly sensations would come over 1110. "Nothing had be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 December 1906

I PRESIDENT IS MASTEll I . OF CUBAN SITUATIOH The Announcement Made That Seati of Members of Congress Elected In 1905 Are to Be De- dared Vacant. Havana. "ny n decree to be Issued 0011 under specific authority ot tho k president of the United KttiteB, tlio Lm seats ot members of the Cuban ron- aV gross elected In 1D03 will bo declared " This was the announcement by - Govornor Mngoon on Sunday to twenty-five senators ami members ot the house of representatives whom ho had Invited to attend n conference In tho palace. Attor reviewing nil tha factB developed 4iy the pence commis sion sent to Cuba by President Itnnse volt In response to President l'Hliiia'a appeal for Intcrvontlou, (lovenior .Ma Koon called tho attention of the mem bers to tho fact that tho determina tion as to the status of the oonureRs had been reserved by the peace com mission for consideration at Washing ton. He then communicated to them tho flnnl determination of President noosovelt that tho seats of nil sena tors ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 December 1906

H I THE CITIZEN H American Fork, - - Utah H Published every Saturday. I w. iT. i,ovi:m:hh, l'ltoi'. H Kntorttl May, l!7tli. llKKIat Amt'ri H win Forlt, Utnli hs sit'ond-duns matter, m under Act of Uungri-tm of Mnroli Hrd. H im H Subscription In nilvniicc, 1 your. .11.60 H Six inunlliH 7fi H Thruu months M AROUND THE TOWN. Walter Logic is homo from Salt Lake visiting with his mother. B The M. I. A. entertainment in m Science Hall Tuesday evening m drew a large audience and the B program was carried out to the 1 letter. It was a hummer. 1 The wedding of Chas. Baxter m of American Fork and Mary H Hitesman of Lcni took place this H week. M Use the "Lisle" granlt ware H host made; large assortment, all H sizes at American Fork Co-op. m Jos. Ingcrsoll the Rural mail H delivery man is taking a two- H weeks vacation. The route is H being taken care of by Wm. J. H Moylo the substitute delivery H H Sec the window display of new H Fleece Down for Winter Komo- H cs Am. Fork Co-op. H Fred Wanlcs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 22 December 1906

i j ' y r v fH I 7 , " Keep your out-of-town friends posted on f I ' TT Tj 1 I I 'M 1 j IxT ,f yu have any n8 to sell tell the H the progress of American Fork by sending them I I I M . I ) 'I) I I i Hi publiclhroughTHEClTlZENcoliMnns.lt H . THE CITIZEN. One Year $1 .50 JL XX M J V- JLj X J- -i XJI 111 leaches the people.-Ask our advertisers. B i i ii imam urn n t " -- J ' g , 1 1 i t H H -! I ! ! - - I -!- ! . I ""I ' '"Ifcll'slA ' " ' ' 'M""" " "" '" " """ "" '"' ' ' "" ' """"" """ "'" ' ""' " " ' ' ' '' " H I Vol. 4. No. 35. American Fork, Utah, SatjtJPay, December 22, 1906. Subscription $1.50 I James Pulley Is Called I Funeral service over the remains of H James Pulloy were held In the First H ward Chapel last Tuesday at 2 o'clock. H The stand was tastefully draped in whlto for the occasslon. Goo. H. Rob H lnson of the ward Bishopric conducted H the exercises. I Meeting was opened by the choir sing- ing "Tho Resurrection Day" Prayer was offered by Thomas Featherstonc. I Wm. M. Br...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 22 December 1906

H Iphb citizen H W. D. LOVELESS, Publisher, H AMERICAN FORK UTAH H UTAH STATE NEWS HH A carload of holly from Delaware HH was received In Salt Lako Inst week H and was disposed of to local dealers. HH Itlchflold's building boom seems to HHf grow dally. A now opera houso to HB cost 120,000 Is now being promoted. HBi The Sou thorn l'aclflc has ordered Bl constructed rolling stock which will HH cost In the neighborhood of $0,000,000. H Salt Lake City Is In tho grip of Bl a coal famine, and much suffering HBl, nay result If tho weather should turn HBi HH A number of tho young men of HH Grantsvlllo got together recently and HB spent a day chopping wood for the HB poor. HH Tho 20-months-old child of John Van HH Wocrkom, of Ogden, fell Into a tub or BBJ boiling water nnd was scalded to BBJ death. BBJ A determined effort Is being made BBJ to suppress gambling In Ogdeti. Seven- BBJ teen men wuru arrested one night last BBJ week for gambling. HjH Elnbnrnto preparations aru being HjH tnado for...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 22 December 1906

j - v roi)iliiht. lias, lUuu by S U I'mckctt.) CHAPTER XVII. Wife and Priest. "I have a right to cull mjsolf tho widow of the Duke I'.onr) of Kerns berg ami Holienatcln," salil Theresa von I,) nar, In repl to Com nil's ques tlon as to w hum lie might thank for icscuo and shelter "Anil therefore the 11 v of tho Duchess Joan 7" he e , Theresa shook hei .1 .1 . "No," sho said sadl) j "1 nm not hor mother, hut and oven that only In u sense her stepmother. A promise to a dead tnnn has kept mo from claiming ati) pi 1 lieges tnve that of HvItiR unknown on tnls dosolnte lslo of sand and mist. My son Is an of ficer In tho K-rvlee of tho Duchess Joan. Tho face of the Frlnce-Ulshop light ed tip Instantaneously. "Most surely, then, I know him. Did ho not come to Courtlnud with my I.ord Dessauer, tho Ambassador of Plnsenbiirg?" Tho lady of Isle Hugen nodded In differently. "Yes," oho said; "I believe ho wont t.) Courtland with the embassy from linssenburg." "Indeed, I was much drawn to him," sai...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 22 December 1906

." ' ' '" ' """ -aaMMiMa mm H THE TIME IS DRAWING NEAR H When You will be Looking for M X-MAS PRESENTS I James Martin, H Watchmaker & Jeweler H MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY H It's the Guarantee that Counts H When You Purchases a DIAMOND, WATCH H OR CLOCK H or Any Thing in the H JEWELRY LINE M You want to Know You are Purchas- H ing from A Reliable Jeweler. M Goods Bought of us are Backed by M Guarantees as Good as Government H Bonds. H FINE WATCH REPAIRING. M .. James Martin, The Jeweler B Th Clock tigs utt (til of Co-op lft. H MAINISTREET AMERICAN FORK I The Wedding Cake H and Birthday Cakes can be M made to your order on short H notice. JA good stock of H Coffee Rolls, Buns and cakes H always in stock at our store. H JBuy Bread from our Bak- H ery, it is free from all adulter- H ations usually put in bakery H productions to give a good H appearance, etc. flCall up lnd.'Phonel26A. H American Fork City H Bakery, H JOHN T. GUDGEON, Prop. H AMERICAN FORK ; I LIVERY & TRANSFER l ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 22 December 1906

e . ' ' ' B 77ie Christmas Guest mm 2SSSf - r.v' QJBLCaflBBB BY CHARLES H. CRANDALL. H Cold sweeps the wind In every hill and valley, M ! Itt kisses glaze the rlvert and the sea, FJ It drlvet Its steedi through avenue and alley, M And laughs to see the shivering people flee. U Yet by the hearthfire glowing the north wind shall not lest, Tl Where glad hands are bestowing cheer (or the Christmas J Guest. W Good people all, wherever ye are dwelling, vl In crowded streets or on the lonely farm, f Join In the Christmas message, sweetly swelling, fil And make each home a haven bright and warm, TJ For hearts, If true and lowly, jj afiRRpK-t The manger-cradles are, (7955KT) mRMJ Where comes the Child-Guest holy KaffiPtMjil KSM With love, the guiding Star. IHbHI , MOTHER'S CHRISTMAS By SUSAN HUBBARD MARTIN V 12 ) There wcro thrco girls of them, all merry, llght-henrtod and thoughtless, but this evening a new seriousness was upon them. Fur one thing, moth er had gonu to bed with u sharp neu I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 22 December 1906

I THE MSIDENT'S" SPECIAL MESSAGE I I PANAMA CANAL H Gives Results of His Obser- H vations While on Tour of Hv Inspection to Congress, I THE WORK IS BEING PUSHED Perfection of Sanitary Conditions B in Canal Zone Has Taken M Much Time, M He Found Out Llttls Ground (or Com- M plaints and Refutes Statements of H Critics Calls Some Writers "Slan- M derers and Liars" Approves of H Type and Route of Canal. lH Th" f"J'l'Wlng I" tlin text of President m TMnsovelt's special inn. ," i TOnirSSi M lVv,-'" "'"' ",mi, ot ,tpl""oMta. H fn tli,' month or November I visited Hi,. H Isthmus or annum, going over m B Cnnal .one, will, conltftrablo 'caro; n J Ih.) visited the cltlM of l'unamu, ft U Colony which urn not In Hio ions or J under tint Untied Hlutes lag . Iiut ,'n to m through lis agents, exercises control for H oertnn miiinry purposes. I . 0rB' ," H lion li u( .November for my vl.li partly H because It Is the rnlucst month of tho ?'"' ''.,0 mo"!" '" w"lc" lio work Bo.". M forward nt tho greate...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 22 December 1906

Train the Voice. Ilcmctnber (hat a Rood voice In ns essential to se1f-pnacoa,sioti as Rood Idens are essential to ilueut Ibukubko. , Tho voice should be carefully trained 1 and developed. A full, clear, flexlblo volco In oue of tho surest Indications . of uood breeding. The Korean Heirloom. Tho heirloom of Kreatoit Import ance In the- Korean family is tho hat It Is mudo from the hair of the family ancestor, and In banded down from father to son. PIONEER IN FLASH SIGNALS. Nature Has Provided Antelope With the Apparatus. Another remarkable detnll of the an telope's anatomy Ib the while area on each buttock. Although It wins at first llku tho rest of his spots, a mere patch of white coat, It Is found to bo specialised for an Important service It Is composed of hulr graded from hort In tho center to long at the front edges. Under the sklu of the part Is a circular muscle, by means of which tho hair can In n moment bo raised and spread radically Into two groat blooming twin chrjsanthoimi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 22 December 1906

BBBBBBBBBBBBBsaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfiWyBBBS..V -L-jgJgaaaaa bbbbbbbbbbbbbbv'.. ' H THE CITIZEN B American Fork, - - Utah H Published every Saturday. B W. 1). LOVKKKHH, l'HOl'. H " 'Entered May, 27th. 1003 at Amerl- B. oan pork, Utah a second-elans matter, H' UD,ier Act of Congress of March 3rd. H 1879. H Subscription In advance, 1 year. .11.60 H' Six months.. 7fi H Three months CO B AROUND THE TOWN. bbbbbbbbbT' ----- R Alfred Dunklcy of Eureka came H1 down here Friday for n week's visit H with his mother Mrs II. Dunklcy. BBBBbI Piles get nutcV relief from Dr. Shoop's BBBBBJ Music Ointment. Remember It's mnde H alone for Piles -and it works with cer- H tainty and satisfaction. Itching, pain- BBBBB fill, protruding, or blind piles disappear BBBBB' nko motile by its use. Try it and seel H American Fork Drug Co. H A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Ernest Chadwick, Wed- B nesday. The babe weighed but B three pounds, but seems to be in H good health. H Buy your Christmas Candies i fr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 12 January 1907

H (uAkiL yjtf ; .'I I -fgfJksHTHE CITIZEN, aj I B Vol. 4, Ng 38. American Fork, Utah, SatJqay, January 12, 1907. Subscription 81.50 H V 1 1 i .iiiiiii COMMERICAL CLUB GETS BUSY WANT SMELTERS IN THE COUNTY WILL ADVERTISE CITY AND CANYON 1 H Wm. Wilson of Provo is Endorced by Business men to Get out V Illustrated Book on Resources of American Fork Canyon H ' American Fork City and her Business Men H At a meeting of the Commercial H Club last Saturday evening it was H decided to offer inducements to the H smelters that or contemplating leaving H Salt Lake county to select the site at PPPJ Pelican point just across the Jlako. H The advantage claimed for this H location is that the district is bo far PPPJ from any farm, and lying near large PPPJ deposits of lime and other kindred de- PPPJ posits that would assist in the smelting H operation. The general trend of the H winds would tend to take the fumes PpH in the direction of the mountains that B r He within half a mile of the shores of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 12 January 1907

H THE CITIZEN W. D. LOVELESS, Publisher, H AMERICAN FORK UTAH H UTAH STATE NEWS H The report of tho stnto auditor H shows that tho bonded Indebtedness 1 of the stato of Utah Is $900,000 H Tho receipts at tho Provo postofflca H for the year wore $16,038.20, and dur- H lng the year 1905 thoy woro $14,891.49, 1 a gain of $141.71. H Dudley W. Stor.o, a contracting H carpontcr of Ogdcn, who fell from a H third story window, Is dead from tho H Injuries sustained. B- William Hearst, whoso homo was H formerly in Coalville, wns killed at M'' Tonopah, Nevada, on Nuw Year's day, T being struclc by a Btcara shovel. H Lars 13. Eggcrtscn, superintendent H of tho Utah county schools, was elect- H d president of tho Stato Teachers' H Association at tho annual session In H Ogdon. H Tho Utah Stato Poultry assocla H Uon has completed nrraugements for H (ho annual poultry show to bo hold B at tho Fair ground In Salt Lako City, H January 23. H Fred Hacks, a dishwasher, foil into H a cauldron of boiling ...

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