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I African wkrk Citizen : I
r AMBMaAW FOKUTAH,TURDAY, oyBIIBBBJS, 1922. NUMBER '
Uri Jphn Jacklin Kill
;, ell In Auto Collision
JEE HUSBAND BADLY INJURED AND FOUR OTHER
i' AMERICAN FORK LADIES HURT, WHEN RETURN
v k1 ING JHOME FROM TEMPLE EXCURSION THURS
; DAY EVENING.
Another fatal auto accident happened Thursday evening
pn the State road between herj and,SaltLake, and Mrs. John
jacklin, 48' yean of ago of this city is dead, and her husband,
John Jacklin, is if,tho hospital in a serious condition, while
four other' Anwrican Fork ladies were bruised and brfdly
Tho accident occured about 6:30
Thursday evening between the Point
of tho mountain and the Dreaer and
Rlrerton road" Intersection, whfte the
party was returning from the Temple
,Mr. and Mrs. Jacklin, accompanies
by Mrs. J. R. Hlndloy, Mrs. James
Varnoy, Mrs. David Shollcy and Mrs.
Olo Hansen vera coming home In the
Jacklin auto at a fair rate' of speed,
when their car struck the left roar
tab of a Ford truck and turned over
twice. Tho Jackl'n car was almost
The truck, driven by Leo Prltchett
and belonging to "Walter Griffiths of
Ogdcn had stopped 'partly oft the road
whllo Its driver and nn assistant re
paired a punctured tire, A flro
along tho Bld0 of tho road Is said
to havo attracted the attention of Mr.
Jacklin and caused him to mistake
tie distance between his car and the
track. Tho weight of tho load on,
the truck gav0 force to the Impact,
Wt' saved tho commercial car 'from
My considerable damage, ,
frank Whitest the Rcajart" Theatre
vHseised the accident and wui'aueu
taVtlrst ono'on tbe scene, and kelp.
etfrtader aasCstance to "the injured,
kMor brihghtjr Mrs. Hlndley and Mrs.
County hospital and died, three hoiiru
later from a fractured skull without
(alnlng consciousness. Her husband
John Jacklin, was taken to Sandy
and later to tho hospital where ho
now is and whero x.rny pictures were
taken of his Injuries Friday but wero
not developed at the tlmo of going to
press, to rovcal tho full extent of bis
Injuries, and It Is not known at this
time how sovoro tho lntornal Injuries
Mrs. Varnoy and Mrs. Hansen were
taken to Dr. Jensen's homo at Sandy,
bat earl Friday morning, nbout 1
o'clock, Mr. Varnoy brought his wife
home. Sho received a broken wrist
nd Is othorwlso cut and bruised. ,
Mn. Hansen, it Is understood to bo
till at Sandy suffering from n brok.
n collar bono.
Mrs-. HIndley Is confined to hor bod
nd la suffering from a badly bruised
knee and othor bruises besides from
U8 jevoro shock.
Mrs. David Shelley, though able lo
It up, received a sovoro gash oven
e left eye! a broken collar bono and
MTeral bruises abput tho body.
Mrs, Shelley In giving an account
the accident as sho romemborcl
J. a!d, "Mr. Jacklin nnd Mrs. Hind.
ley were sitting In tho front soat,
Mrs. Jacklin, Mrs. Varnoy, mysolf In
i back seat, with Mrs. Hansen sit-
ng on MrB. Jacklln's lap. Wo woro
H ""f0 when tho accident occurod
tho next thing I remembered I
trying to arlso but ray log was
p!"ned dn with somo of tho ma.
Jwety, and I didn't oven know thoro
,u. ,n Mddent until I heard Mr,
tot Mk ,f thor "us anybody
u, ,ana 8ora(!0no said, 'No', nnd
to a rop,,od' 'Tnnnk Boodneas4
' 'ta' "hire's my wlro?', nnd I
H Wh.. , P,ed ,ut0 unconsciousness.
H lax t nBa,n tnoy wero B0-
tk MpUt u" ,n nn automobile 'and
I but ?!,,",n(lloy and l to By
iZ , thcm l0 take us homo.'
I uE tel5r after the flcc,dont
M Hn ?!! C88aB0 brought Dr. Jen-
ro,,ibi ay' and n tho was
H w done by the rhyslolnn.
I "We w 8,atcmei8 Made.
,trt tow?rrATl,,B B0Uth on 8tat0
H ,0ai of a I Am3r,can Frk with a
driver l TT B0,d Lo prlnchett,
' to Depuw't!, tnfck. In h'" Btntement
V nlght- 2Wt W' W' W,,Bon ,aBt
M 'a a rcarti by wo had n u'Wout
" 'ho we,, , w Pulled the truck
H the IcftJtVni'0 of th roud' ,oav,BK
H n h PareWh0ot8 aboui two fcot
H" artotaoJont' WP tb? t'"
-t or th truck and pio.j
ceeded to repair the tire. We were
standing near the front of the truck
whon tho Jacklin car hit and did not
hav0 time to want them." '
Mr. Jacklin 1n his statement to tho
pollco after he regained consciousness
nt tho office of Dr. Jensen at Sandy
said: "I noticed a fire fcarateg on the
west sldo of the road and thought
some boys wore baking potatoes. I
was looking; at the flro Instead of
tho truck, which I did not see and
was 'not aware of what we struck
when the accident happened." ,
No arrangements, havo been made
for tho funeral of Mrs. Jacklin on ac.
count of tho condition otMr. Jack
tin and also on account of getting
word to ono of the daughtors who 'is
somo CO miles qtf a railroad teachng
school. Undertaker Anderson broug
ht th0 hod to this city Friday after
Mrs. Jacklin was 48 years or ago,
and leaves, besides her husband, 10
children, the youngest 2 years old and
the oldest 23ix girls aad four boys.
LATERD;V. M. Kelly, who.Vlsl
ited Mr. 'JMMifhat.tiM hospital later
Friday,? siys' his ,eendltlon is' not so
sorlous' asat flnt'rsforted, andke
will bVbrounht hWln R-tew days.
He, bad, dislocation, of. tbe left.eol-
Ho was rnbt informed of his wife's
death until lato Friday afternoon.
THREE CANDIDATES FOR
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
Ono of tho largest and most rep.
roscntatlvo bodies of taxpayers wo
havo seen for years at a school prl.
mnry met In tho City Hall assembly
room Wednesday evening to nomtn.
ate candidates for bcIiooI board mem.
bora to bo elected December Cth tor
four ycurs. It was a full houso and
all appeared to bo much Interested in
tho choice of a moinbcr from this
aty to represent tho district.
Dr. Noyos was chosen chairman of
tho meeting and Goo. F. Shelley,
Bocrotary. Dr. Noyes, tho present
board member, stated that ho
was not a candldato for another
term, nnd would not accept the nom.
(nation under any consldcrat'pn, and
h6 then m'udo n brief report of tho
Indebtedness of tho Alplno School
district, and tho financial condlt on
It Is now in. Ho nlso explained that
it would be almost Impossible to ro
duco tho school taxes very llttlo for
tho noxt year or two, excopt by cut.
ting the salaries of tho teachers.
Aftor other remarks by sovoral
taxpayers, It was moved and carried
that the three poraons rocclvlng tho
highest numbor of votes bo declared
tho nominees to bo voted on for tho
coming school olectlon.
Ell J. Clayaon, James M. Grant
and John Robinson woro nominated
and as thoro woro no othor nomin
ations, these three woro doclarcd the
candidates of tho primary to bo vot.
ed upon December Cth.
In Dr. Noyes" talk at tho primary
he Intimated that tho people In tho
past had taken llttlo Intercstln somo
Bchool mntters and that tho local
paper had not pubHshod tho full re
ports of school board mootlngs. This
Is truo, as. far as th0 paper Ib concern
ed, but a llttlo oxplnnntlon from
THE CITIZEN Is called tor,
It Is truo, that lately, Dr. Noyes
has Invited us to send a reporter to
tho sohool board mootlngs, nnd nt
times we lmye done bo, and it Is also
truo that thoro havo been fow
school board meetings that someono
On THE CITIZEN'S stuff hns not
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o THINK IT OVttfiuAYMt.
Dbn't forget the wj eljltioii December 6tii. and
taxpayers Member tttt'you$iJttW elect' oe of tke
strongest men possible fortbUliOportant position. It wiU
be no.efcild's play to properly?lik after tho intorest of
Ainerean Fork.- The:qthor dUhricts are putting up, or
now have as members of he bodj,heir moaVxpereed :
cxtueris, and if we do not do tWsMoe, we, as'taxp&eiV
will -pay, and in our opinion, pal pearly, with an inexpor
lcnced member on the board. , ,,y
Eemcmber, tho Alpiao flckWpistrictis now in debt
oversow, and it will SipHeiiw a cxsorvative
men tosteer this ship, so Wik, out' bttitf very deep '
waters it is now in". fl ?,&
Besides, within the noxt-.yeAr so there will befjsome
very-vexing and complex queetipHo solve tke Alpine ,
sohool district, and wo all knowfiom past experience that
. board members from Lehi, Oedj&Fort and Provo Bench
wm york witU all their ppwriKtk&. Interest of those
localities they have done so iallio'past and thoro is no
reason to doubt iat they wUiMMn tho future.
Think about tbese thingvlaMiyWs, boforo tho clcc
t tion, December 6th,,and1rrQn8idMwell who will bo tbe best
man for tho position under Alefpeumsfonces. This paper
has no ax to grind wo are frieictly withall threo candb
dates, but we realize that wlMfriii elected he has got'
bigger 30b on his hands tka m&y at the- primary 'real
ized when tho nominations wertieiiif made. '
Again wo say-Think ft VfMfecpayers before election
ALPINE SCHOOL DISIRICffS
;'- iM(M0L Cfl
. The .final tabulation of thetiXool census, taken by cer
tain - appointed numerators forte various precikcts com
pnsmg the Alpine School diskiL,fag bei'ooipleted thia
;t tho ca scbol offiofTi census was completed
WOctober 3i; 1922;-and.n incUk ft 118 school children bo
e6andl8yeargofaf,.tt.t,of 1921 is shown;
Last.year there were 481 ehlldrea'ef
pMpo age jk the, distrtcwhile jlfa
year the total read iS. ,.The enunt.
nwjy'yrecBJeW' is ai tollows: V
sldlngr in' district, who have reached
th0 ago of six, but havo not reached
tho" ago of 18 on Oct. 81, 1922 Hoys,
C38; girls, 517; total 105G.
Number of school ago enrolled In
full timo schools maintained by the
district Doys, S23; girls, S02; total,
Numbor of school ago not enrolled
in any school: Doys, 15; girls, 15;
Pleasant Grovo Total number re
siding In district, who hnv0 reached
tho ago of 0, but havo not reached
the ago of 18 on Oct. 31, 1922: Doys,
502; girls, 4G5; total 967.
Number of school ago enrolled in
full. tlmo schools maintained by this
district: Doys, 4CC; girls 442; total,
Numbor enrolled in Utah publlo
schools outsldo of this district: Doys,
1; girls, 2; total, 3.
Numbor of school ago enrolled In
Utah prlvato schools: Boys.'l; girls,
1; total 2.
Numbor not enrolled in any school:
Doys, 34; girls, 20; total 54.
Numbor 10 to 17 inclusive, who can.
not read and wrlto. Doys, 3.
Lincoln Number rosldlng In this
district, who havo reached ago of G
but lmyo not reached tho ngo of 18
on Oct. 31, 1922: Doys, 731; girls,
C42; total 1373.
Numbor of school ago enrolled in
full tlmo schools maintained by this
district: Boys, C59; girls, 591; total
Numbor of school ago enrolled In
Utah Public schools outsldo of this
district: Doya 11; girls, 7; total 18.
Numbor or school ago enrolled In
Utah prfvato schools: Doys, 15; girl
6; total, 21.
Numbor of school age not enrolled
In any school: Doys, C9; girls, 41;
Numbor 10 to 17, both Inclusive,
Who cannot read and write. Girls,
Fifth district, which includes Co
dar Fort, Alplno, Falrllold, Highland.
Number residing in this district who
have reached ago of 6, but havo not
roachod tho ago of 18 on Oct. 31, 1022:
Doys, 183; girls', 17G; total 358,
Numbor of school ago enrolled in
full timo schools maintained by this
district: Boyfl, 168; girls, 149; total
Numbor of school ago enrolled in
Utah publlo schools outside of tins
district, Doys, 3; girls C; total 9.
Number of chool ag0 enrolled in
Continued on PI. Grove DeptApage,5
"tNefinaii probleiaa' soived by JOY
Bfjfrfo- audio 'is ope every
FARMERS RECEIVE ET CHECKS- I
HOPE OF S7 PER TON IS HELD OUT I
Wednesday was the first pay day for most growers of H
sufuf beet! in Utah and Idaho. Checks amounting to $3,490- H
pOO, datek Nov. 15, havo gono out to farmers from 'tho tw. H
priaeipal .aompanies. Amalgamated Sugar company will pay
$1,450,000 and the Utah-Idaho $1,970,000. In addition fara-
ers will receivo from five independent companies in Utafc, H
checks totalling (n the neighbor,
hood of $l,4oo,ee.1 -'
Payments Wednesday -was made
aaaennsTng to 96 per tea for beets do.
llvored in October while a similar
payment will be made Dec. 16 tor
beets delivered in November. A few
beets were delivered to the Amalga
mated la September for which pay.
ment was made October 16. "
Ssgar Market Faxes Prke
Under contract farmers receive a
guaranteed minimum of 5 per ten
tor beets nnd an additional amount
depending on the net price recelyed
by er. companies for the ; sugar
made from the beets. The additional
payments will bo made at three sub
sequent datWand will depend on' the
amount of, sugar sold and the price
received. With the checks the Utah.
Idahe' Sugar company mailed id saeh
grower the following statement:
"With the object in view of help
ing the farmers generally advised
from time to time of the prices of
sugar .and the dlstrlbutioe of our
product in tho various territories, we
are pleased to may that during the
month ot October this company sold
165,670 bags ot sugar nude trWthlt
17 a Ten 7sU'
' "If the market holla firm until 'we
succeed la making, delivery,' this,
sugar, the returns from, same. should
net a figure ef M.ip'per s.whleh
is 91.06 per bag over and abov'eTtie
price ohWataed fef'lwgarSeeMurhtg
last year. If-this average shoufdbe
maintained for the fcrop'4h farmer
would receive a lKtle over 'IT per,toa
for a 16Ht,per eeat beet. M
"la giving out this mfermafio,
want It distinctly uaderstbod that w H
cannot possibly vouch for the ceatlsl, ' M
uation af the. present net, as the, re- M
tufa' which the Utah predueer jrfu H
ceives Js based upoa the prieeeVf M
Cuban raw sugar Bold -in New .TatfcV '
howover. from what we know eC'taW
situation, do not hesitate to say mpt H
sugar appears to be la a strong yee. M
Itlon Btatfstically, and unless sees. M
thing of an unforeseen nature hf J M
pens, prices aro likely to be oa tie
average considerably above those isf M
laat year, at least this Is the view- , '
generally accepted byt sugar mm .H
throughout the country." ,.4 Lmsl
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v o ; i mmj
Local Ford Garage "'
(' - Ohangsji) Httlfi.
Last Friday the local' Ford Garage M
obaaged hands, Done, Htggs eU M
ing out to O. M. PKts aad I.?i u H
Hatch, local men of Highland, "ask " H
the firm will be known hereafter, as M
the Pitts ;& Hatch Meter Co.
Automobile owners will welceaaa M
and patronUe progreaalve aad foatf H
me'ctSirtcs Tn this lHw. aad TMsf '
CJTIZKN believes the new firm wttt
reap thelr full share Jot buslneee is4 M
the'aorthead of UtahCeuaty, t; we
uaderstaad the geatlemea are up.Wi. H
date, aad efficiency ask aervlee, ,lktt H
MWsaayer. advertsla, winhttac H
good results to aay haalaiae'heueeT- H
ao matter' what llnetthey arer la K
guccess'tfthe.aew Una. ! , '
(Christmas' problems sc4veby 'Mm. '
phettjks. . Stio'ls cVek ernV- "
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I Bargain Tables ! I
I You Will Find Bargain Tables at g I
1 Chipman s red Store I I
$ Tables of Shoes - Tables of Remnants I I
in " 4 I
$ - Tables of Lace I
$ Tables of Dress Goods, Tables of Sweaters 1
I All Kinds Fall and Winter i I
I , Dress Goods. .j I
J Trimmings to Match. $ 1
j Humming Bird Silk Hose I
I seEadto - $1.50 Pair I
VC OsKSKlaK)SlsXaKaKatOK 2J M
J Blankets - Winter Suits - Winter Coats . I 1
Munsing Underwear 1 I
1 "The Store of Quality'? gl
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