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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 2 February 1907

.KB MAYOR OF SUNBURY 9 Says Pe-ru-na la a Good Medicine. Hon. 0. C. Brooks, Mayor of Sun. m bury, Ohio, also Attorney for Farm- erB Dank and 8unbury IJulldlng and Loan Co., writes: 9 "I havo tho utmost conndenco in the rtuo of Peruna. It is a great medicine. I have used It and I have i "J0?11 manjr of m5r fiends who hare obtained benoflclal results from its i!l. ''"" pnlie Peruoa too highly." '$ ijjio'N.o. a brooks. TIERS nro a host of petty ailment which aro tho direct result of the woathor. This la moro truo of tho excessive heat of auramor and tho intense cold i of wlntor, but is partly truo of all easons of tho year. Whether It bo a cold or a cough, catarrh of tho head or bowl complaint, whether tho liver bo affected or tho kldnoys, the cause Is very llablo to 1o tho BAme. i Tho weather slightly deranges the mucous membranes of tho organs and tho result Is some functional disease. Peruna has become a standby In thousand of homes for minor all' ments of this sort. Ask Your Druggi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 2 February 1907

H THE CITIZEN m American Fork, Utah H Published every Snturdny. M " W. U. LOVW.KBB, t'ltOI'? M 'Entered May, 27th. 100.1 at Atnerl H can Fork, Utnli ns second-class matter, H under Act of Congrt-ss of March 3rd. 1 1870. H SuliAorlptlun In advance, 1 year. .$1.60 H Six months ,. .76 J ThrtHj moiitlm 60 S Local News Items H Win. LelTler is suffering with lngrippo H this week. H Mrs. W. E. Kennedy and children loft H yesterday fur Salt Lake where they will H make their home. H I. R. Vance, Alf. Dunklcy and Rhu- H ben Chipman made business trips to PH Provo, Wednesday. H Miss Louie Pcct returned home Sun- H day after an extended visit at Salt PH MIsss May Greenwood is ngain able PPH to be out after n ten days sclgc of iu- PPH flamitory rhumatism. B County Assessor J. .J. Reck and wife H of Provo camo over Thursday to take H' in the ward fnlr nt Alpine. B This is the muddiest winter in the PPH history of American Fork, nays the old PPH Hi N. A. Larson was called to Garland PPH! Monday, h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 16 March 1907

m ?00ST f?r ,m?riciln Fork S,,y aJld ,hc P T T7 fl T I51 T T7 TVT Tell the Truth About American Fork I H North End of Utah County, The Future I M. I , I I iH. Canyon Mining District-It Needs no Other Home of Salt Lake Business Men. X XX U V- X JBLj J. JLA JLLi X 1 Boosting. Vol. 4. No. 47. American Fork, Utah, Saturday, March 10,1907. Subscription 81.50 I American Fork's Projjreas. Editor Citizen, ! , I have been delighted of Into to sec the many improvements thnt have tak en placo in this bcautlfiul little city of ours. It would almost seem as if our enterprising wlde-mvako citizens were trying to outvie each other In the mat ter of improving their sidewalks and fences in planting and in fixing up there property in general. 1 also notice, while strolling nround, many preparations which arc being made to commence elaborate new build ings this season, in different parts of the city. All this speaks louder than words for the pluck and enterprise of the people of American Fork, and pro...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 16 March 1907

1 .. . .. H THE CITIZEN jB V. D. L0VELES8, Publisher, jH AMERICAN FORK UTAH H UTAH STATE NEWS H A gun club has been organized nt 1 Sandy Is to bo provided with n h modern nclinol building of twelve to B fourteen rooniH. Ogden 1h to liaro u now hospital H $75,000 having been raised for t tint H purpose by' Kov. I'. M. Ciishnnhuii. jH Tlio Hlks of Park City have do rid od to purchase a now boiuo find H furnish up club rooms as noon as the H fnrnlturo can bo Installed. H Tho month Just past wan n record jH breaker for health In Park City, a? B there wcro no contagious discuses re- B ported and only two deaths. HbI (leorgo Llbby, n rcHldent of Lend- jH vlllc, Colo., suicided In n rooming H houso In Ogden, tnlcliiR morphine. No H reason Ib known for the deed. jH Mrs. Chnrlotto McOnry Sharp, who jH caino to Utah In 18TZ with a hand- H cart company, and had rodded in H Ogden ever bIiico, died on tho 7th, jH nt tho ago of 91. jH Daniel W. Thomas, one or I.ehi'H jH most prominent citizen and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 16 March 1907

I iThe Exile's Devoiion T 5iSag By Thomas Oarcy McGeo. i amhWiM ' ' forswcnr tho art dlvlno T I railvk Tlml Klor"les tl10 dcaii J I jIk5' W,mt ron,fort ,1,en ca" ' cul1 nilnc, 1 it tfjM What hoIiico souk Instend? S T JtrSr Ior froin my ,,lrtn our col"ltr's famo I I wSmffe WuH "fc to nlu' nn1 ,ovo; 1 t UMtAl"' for racl1 loyal Irl8'1 ni"u i S JvyaP So"l(' Brlnilu stl" I notg, S J 8SL ' '' ln""-'1' u0 "10 ljrJ tliat slugs 1 Jwffl Above tliu martyr's grnvo, & 0t Than fold In fortune's cagu iii wings ' I And feel my huiiI a slave; I'd rather turn one fllmplo verso i J Truo to tho (iiicllc car j Than snpphlc odes I might rchenrso 1 I With senates listening near. i 3 Oh, nutho land! dost ovur mark, j C When tlio world's din Is drowned 1 1 Uetwixt tho dnj light and the daik, i Z A wandering solemn sound St That on the western wind Is borno J Across thy dewy hreast? J I It Is tho olco of those who mourn 1 t Pot thee. In the fur west. S I'"'- Iheni nnd theirs I ofl essay ' J !Thy ancient ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 16 March 1907

I M . , . . i H Hcinrich Ccnricd. bbbI 4 HHK&feMftnvA bbLbI l - r V i,BWHvtMFl"iV":r- frfTiMjJM n bbbI v J',, VaiR, PiiJflhW'SJSHflHKf H aXjlMIilJllfUjJtWMiJJ.U.UWIIUIl.'tl!jMll,jlifA. H Director of the Metropolitan Opera company In New York city, whote re- H cent production of "Salome" created such a furore In the metropolli that he H was forced to abandon the contemplated run. CLAIM STRANGE GIFT. H BELIEVERS ASSERT THEY CAN 1 SPEAK ALL LANGUAGES. H Power Can Only Be Used for Purpose H of Exhortation When Holy Ghost H Came Church Members Fell H Down and Winds Roared. M I)ener. Col. TIiIh city has been H tho liuiiiu of strange religions nnil H nomo lilzarro iiiniilfeHtntliiiiH or ri'llg- H Ioiih belief. Tho Schlatter Incident or H 189G Htlll rntiHint people to talk and M wonder, ami tliu Sua Worshiped or M I , two yea ago aru.nut forgotten. Hut H i tho strnmu'Ht claim yet inndo by any B; body or belluvora Ih that or tliu Chris- r ( tlau AHHt-inbly church members, who i ' , lt1 -...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 16 March 1907

y I Rockefeller's $32,000,000 i Gift to Education If ' That Sum Could Support hi Com- I fort 304,762 Persons for Onu W Yc.tr, Could Build Homos for W 100, 000, Could Pay Otic Year's I Interest on the National Debt, I and Could Prvvido for All the I' Yearly Hxpciisis of the Gov- I crmncnts of Denmark and j, Greece Combined. - Socialism Views the Great Gift Willi Only Partial Approval; Mayor Tom L. Johnson Says It Is An Anchor Cant to Wind ward Against the Time that People Will Become Aroused: the French Press, Astonished at Its Sire, Differ as to the Motive for It. New York-Thlrt)-two million dol lars for cducnilon' This latest girt of John I). Hockcii'llcr no ovcitopb anything uvit known In the lino of philanthropic giving that It requires some anal) zing to comprehend tlm viistiioK.s or the sum. In recent years Ihu American people huvo had their fliiiuicliil sense of proportion unduly expanded liy talk of nillllonH tost-cil iilmnt to various Institutions. It Ib woith while to look ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 16 March 1907

bbbbV I "M bbbbT I i'M I ' I P I H D0E9 YOUR BACK ACHE? H Cura the Kidneys and the Pain Will H Never Return. H Only nno suro way to euro mi aching H buck. Cure the cause, tho kidneys. H Thousands toll of H Pj cures made by Doan's H 9Ta Kidney Pills. John G. H & Coleman, a proinl- H MA S w a 1 u s h o r n, H ULaaftflv 'oar8 Lafl wTJEgSa were affected, nnJ H ? I mid nlfiiil. wa? H languid, nervous nnd lame In thb H morning. Doan's Kidney Tills helped H we right away, and the great relief H that followed has been permanent." H Sold by all dealers. CO cen.s n box. H Foslor-Mtlburn Co., Iluffnlo, N. Y. H Winston Churchill when he has an H Important piece of writing before him H ats very little meat and cuts his al H lowanco of tobacco In half. He llnds H that this rcglmo gives unusual clarity H to tilt mind. H Worth Knowing About. H If you need n Urst-class laxative, H thero Is nothing better nor safer than H that old family remedy. Ilraudreth's H Pills. Kach pill contains one grain ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 16 March 1907

gmfJM m m aaaa m ' BifStf SFrBlf anataaBKaaaaV : Udrii i kin . Ilitii a- llwu '(BF I? I nfP' THE '!&' I KIDNEYS'! I JUDDER $ H W. A. Mitchell, dealer In ccnrral H merchandise, Martin, (5a. , writes- "My wlfolostln vudRht from l.'IO H to C8 )oiiii(1h. Wo kiiw she could H not llvo lout,', alio wan a skeleton. H o wo consulted nn old iliyslclan. H Ho told lier to try l'eriiim. H "Sho Kradimlly commenced Itn- H proving and getting a little H strength. She now welglm IOC H pounds. Sho Ik guliilng every day, Hj and docs her own housework and H rooking." 1M 9 III I nvi 1 1 W I M jl i the world s imie I ForPresewin&Purifyins: (I and Beautifying the Skin, ti Scalp, Hair, and Hands. jW Curtrara tot. nkUhi oVUtlt awilriatt total. IU ar.iill. 4llir4 Iran llilkuit. Ik. It.tl alia dm, lilt lh rwl l Mwmnw lt(raitBl.aa4 M J ! r.l".ala U ..r Mum. '4 IBrutl Itt I rl4. Il.tli Uiim. rt.rl.raout. ilt I rtrtJ, Hot 4.1a r.ltl Au-rall.. h .. ro.r)?ot i b.toa.l'. A.lUCMiiialwaAfa., tVtfIrt-oua. 1 Do...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 16 March 1907

H THE CITIZEN B American Fork, Utah H Published every Saturday. H W. I). LOVEt.KSB, I'KOP. H "Entered May, 27tlt. 1003 at Amurl- H can Fork, UUh m second-class matter. H under Aot of Con grew of March 8rd H 1879; B Subscription In advance, 1 year.. 11.60 H Six months 7A H Threemonthi W H Local News Items B Mr. Fred Houston spent Sunday at H Ed. fixman was at Salt Lake City h on H Jab' H. Clarko spent Thursday at H Provo. H Francis W. Milnor of Provo Is here B thcgUeit of Miss Rebecca Snider. fl Globes! Globestl Globcsltl-Tipped or tlplest as you choose at J. F. Nielsen's. H Mrs. Amos Thornton left Monday for H l'rovo to be at the bedside of her sister. B Suit-case, trunks and valices new H shipment just received. American H Fork Co-op. H Mrs. Elizabeth Stubbs of Provo spent H Wednesday and Thursday hero with H her sister, Mrs. II. Dunklcy. 1 Rssmutscn and Blomqulst, the paint- H era have been at Alpine this week put- H ins; the finishing touches of the Alvin H Whitby residence. V WA...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 14 September 1907

$ BOOST for American Fork City and the 'III Ij I 1 I ' I ' llBlr 1 J " l Tell the Truth About American Fork A ;' North End of Utah County, 1 he future I I I f- . I . I 1 i II j V Canyon Mining District It Needs no Other f Ho:neol Salt Lake Business Men. JL 11 I J V A JL 1J JLi 1 1 Boosting. B " "- - --rrrrrzzzzriiriririz - --' H ' r - - , M Mr Vol. d No 21 AaiKincAN Fokk, Utah, Saturday, tfejtgmber 14, 1007. Subscription $1.60 I U FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ( mv' II There is no use of going into Gk wm f 1 detail about the superiority BS1E J j H ' M of the Hir3 Wickwire, or the SfW"-. ll W 1 H Gumbiner & Fox lines of Jfs fjh K K II clothing. Our. increased call )N(Am ill y F j for these goods is sufficient A It Jfflk T 1 IjA If recommendation of their be- 0v?p ll EST II ng eneral favorites. If mMmk mm' Ip II you are not acquainted with wjK5fm pi i i these makes, try a suit and sJKCjr.'l ' ms U you will then understand rNf km Y that there is a difference in IsB, 11 1 1 1 ifi IV' the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 14 September 1907

V THE CITIZEN V W. D. V AMERICAN FORK UTAH H UTAH STATE NEWS H Utah's pencil crop will bo n' light H one this scaHon, as compared with Uio H yield of previous yearn. H A special grand Jury Is being selected H In Salt Iaka City for tho purpose of H investigating tho alleged food trust. H Tho second session of tho Trans- H Missouri Dry Farming congress will bo H held In Salt Lake Jan. 23, 24, 25 and 2G. H The principals of tho Salt Lake H schools threatened to go on a strike, H and their salary was Increased $10 a MM There will bo but Utile fruit put up Hfl by tho Salt Lake housowlvcs this sea H on, owing to the extreme high price H Tho statu board of examiners met H Inst week and approved bills amount- H Ing to $ 1,900 for tho rrrcjit guard cl- H campment. H Uurglars looted tho tailoring ostab H llshment of Ocorgo W. Putnam In M Halt Lake City, securing about $1,000 H worth of goods. H "Mother Jouch" was the speaker of H the day at the Park City Labor day H relebratlon, which was one...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 14 September 1907

J THE DELUGE , j sr DAVID GRAHAM PJHUURS, Autltor of "7HFCQS&& f (a&r&Gffr ear ivtsQasj-ajsnzcconNy I CIIAPTEU XXVI Continued. "Possibly," said I, with no dlspo- Bltloa to combat vIowb based on I jii, . know not what painful experience. sti t ",,ul ' 1"nt cnro for tlmt Bort of "k Vli JQ't 'nB fr("" a womnn, or from a dog." IS, "It's tho only kind you'll get," ro- 'tortod he, tr)lng to control Ills ng- I Itatlon. "I'm an old man. I know I human nature that's why 1 llvo alone. I You'll take that kind of liking, or do j without." i i "Thpn I'" do without," said I. g "Give hor an Income, und she'll go, lUl I, see It all. You've Mattered her van- Jl jJL Jty by showing your love for her "" that'H tho way with women. They go crazy about themselves, und forget all about the man. Ulvo hor an In- como and sho'll go." "I doubt It," said I. "And you would, If you knew her. Hut, oven so, 1 shnll lose her In any event. For, unless she Is mailo Independent, she'll certainly go with...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 14 September 1907

V Typical Salmon Canning Plant H c'w 3Jt'i 1 ' "ri: ,'"' "" , , H sH-m 4X . -J. I , '" . ,, $ I HhSSF- -: 'Wk-, h i f Scores of these plict pi ay be ecn along the Columbia river In Washing- H ton where thpusands of persons -are employed In the work of catching and pre H paring the salmon for market. BBaeaBi . ... THE CIGARETTE HABIT. BIB n. H 18 BECOMING 'MORE POPULAR H AMONG CHICAGO WOMEN. BmV 6moklng Outfits for Ladle In Depart- BHl; ' ment Storei an Indication of BVl Practice Some Shopi BHfl Cater to 6ex. aj . . , SmsJ ChlcnK. Tim clmirctte Imblt Is BBS growing In popularity among Chicago BhV women. Thli In ouclicil for by thu to- BhV Imcco dealer, thu tyennty doctors, the BhV hairdressers .-and . by .certain iliysl- BhV clnim. Tlu tolincco Jon 1(3 rH,, who.oiiKlit BhV to know. H.iy thoy did not realize, nn- BhV III u few weeks oko, thu extent to BhV hlch the cigarette crnzu had spread BhV umonK women. How thoy did learn It BhVJ wan through tlie Hcnru that was caused BhV hy thu a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 14 September 1907

7 1 I 1 H '" LIVE Bf Now York. Hidden on a little New Jeracy farm, u cotmiiunlty of sixty persons, one-half of them children, nrtwryliiB to vitalize a complete re action against inonoy greed, hypoc risy, and the present-day Christian church and to keep It nllvu by re Jvv. llglous hysteria, iJp. They depend on "faith" (I. e.. " , prayer) for food, clothing, and the ' bare necessities of life. 1 They have followed the Injunction I of Jesus to sell their goods, glvp tho I proceeds to tho poor, and follow Him. I Medicines and physicians are for- . bidden, and their only treatment for i cllicise consists of prnver and r" ,'t- m ... . j.uj ..u oil. H ' Officials of the state of New Jersey "V r" "y tnat I' un' inc dies after such treatment those concerned are guilty of criminal negligence and Indictable for manslaughter. The community Is managed on the co-oporatlvtj plan, no one receiving wages for work, and all supplies go ing Into n common fund, the men and women sharing the work on an e...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 14 September 1907

MINER MIDAS IS EX-PATTERN BOY H SUPPOSED MILLIONAIRE LEAVES H GOLDEN TRAIL OF HOPES H BANKACCOUNTFAILSSUDDENLY "Jack West" Known by Hit Parents H as Jacob Wollnaky Creates Furore H at St. Joseph, Mich. High H Roller Pro Tem. Chlrngo. Thu original "ballroom H Iioy" ling come to Kricf Ills two fancy H vests really ought to go to tlio cleaner. H but when n chup buys u good town 'like Ht. JoButih, Mich., anil h tnnzo or B dinners down at llttlo old Ootliam, lie B shouldn't bo blamed If hlu dollur bills H are H That Ir JiiBt wtint han happened to H ."Jack West," whoso parents always H called 111 tit Jacob Wollnsky. because H . WollnHky happened to bu tbclr name. H Wollnsky Hounded good enough for H . . tli (i youth when ho wax drawing "(20 H pur" ns a bookkeeper In the pattern H plant of a fashion publishing conipnii) H 'When ho married a pretty little girl H , who wnsn't a bad pattern hertielf. Hut Q the namu was far too vulgar for n man 1 with a mystorloiiH ml ne of n million. H So whe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 14 September 1907

I ALL HAIL PE-RU-NA. H Casfcf STOMACH CATARRH. I Miss Mary O'Hrien, 800 Myrtle Ave, Iiroolclyn, N. Y., writes : i "Peruna cured me In Ire necks 9 of catarrh ot the stomach, after Jm ' BUfforiuir fur four yrnra nnd doctor- 11 Inif without pffcut. In common with Itl otliur grateful ones who luivo been mm iM'tiulltril bv your discovery. I buv. All hall to Peruna." ' H Mr. II. J. Ueniu-iniiM, Oakland, Neb., mites: "I waited before writing to you about inv sleltnoss, eiitnrrli of the stum cb, vt hli-h I had over u year ago. "There wcro pcoplo who told inu it would not ritay cured, but I am nuru H that I ntn cured, for I do not feel any H more ill cirectH, have noodtiprM-tlto and H am tjcttlntf f:t- Ho I niu, and will bay to all, I am cured for Rood. I "I thanUyou for your kindness. "Peruna will be our house medicine hereatter." I Catarrh of the Ktonmch Is also known In common piirlnuco as dyspepsia, jra I Jg trills and Indigestion. No inedlcliiu will mmaaaamW be of any permanent benellt ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 14 September 1907

BmVM JL 9 1 ' Wi ws m i ( I r i LBBBbI HHHfl ttfttlTT. -"" "-'-'1 ---- "'' wn.f... , H THE CITIZEN H American F6rk, Utah H Published every Snturdny. H V. D. LOVKLKflS, IMIOI'. "Entered May, 27th. 1003 at Aniwi- H enn Fork, Utah an second-clans matter. H under Act of Congress of March 3rd H 1879. H Subscription In advnnco, 1 year, .fl.fi' H Six months 7A H Three months 60 BBBBBBS BSMBBBBBBBBlBBB'SBBBSBSlBBBBBBBBBSBBMBBBWBBBBSBBBBBBta H Local News Items. H Miss Julia Brown has htiB quit work H at the local lndcpcndcot telephone ex- H change to resume her studies at the B. H Y. U. of Trovo. H We call the attention of our readers Hi to the ad of the Utah Dental Co. in H' this H Alma Wild who was operated upon H several weeks ago for appendicitis if. H again able to be around nnd in about u HBBfl week will go to Ogdcn to continue his H studies at the State deaf nnd dunu Miss Mary A. Ovard, daughter of Mr, H and Mrs. John Ovnrd and Isaac Bintib H Jr., both well known nnd highly res- pecte...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 September 1907

f' r' . M ' ' " 806STf6r American Fork City and the f 11 TTTT Til Hi T rI?flT NT Tj IX -Tell the Truth About i American JFoS" ' '1 I O North Ed of Utah County, The Future I Hi I I 5J I i Hj Canyon Mining District-It Needi no Other !H ? Home of&lt Lake Buiiness Men. M J I J j X JS A AJ JLU X 1 Boosting. rl Vol. 5. No. 23. Americas Fokk, Utah, SATURDAjftoptember 28, 1907. Subscription $1.50. If IF"- U FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING U il There is no use of going into R ill ;w ' M detail about the superiority wV L J Il of the Hirs Wick wire, or the S49Ktv 1 1 ' ' H Gumbiner & Fox lines of Jiim II ' ' M c0hing. Our increased call hS(Am II f 1 for these goods is .sufficient Ak It ,mkA F 1 11 recommendation of their be- 4lof!iLV II ing general favorites. If fmBL i VI you are not acquainted with vLftKfiSPm f I v " l these makes, try a suit and 3kCk9 I . li ou w tnen understand WplfPHf ki A, II that there is a difference in TOS. llli 1 f mm the the way clothing is made BHyi tf t 4 w and th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 28 September 1907

f ' bbbbH THE CITIZEN M W. O. LOVELESS, Publisher, H AMEHICAN FORK .'. UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H The encampment of the Grand Army H fif tbo Republic will bo held In Salt H Loko City In 1909. H W. I). awllllnm, u pioneer nf Wo- 1 ber county, died nt Hooper on tho B 22nd, at tho ago of 7.1. 1 The Swedish Lutheran cluitch, which aa been built at I'ark City at a cost H of $1,G00, wnn dedicated on Sunday. H At leant 1,000 people from neighbor- H in: towns celebrntf.d with tbn people H of Brlghnm City on 1'cach day, on tho M Vjf James J, Hayes, n well-known ni.ni If of Ely, Nevada, died suddenly In an B Ogden rooming house, after a pro- m trncted spree. B Mrs. Ann Hndlock, an nged lady of B Ogden, fell down four Htups at her M homo and Btnick on her face, sustain- fl lng serious injuries. H Tho Utah Statu fair Ih to fall into M lino with tho latest speed rail and will B Inaugurato some automobile races for M tho last day of the fair. B Tho holra of 8. 8. Llndemiin, who M wan Btnick nnd kille...

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