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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 November 1907

I Time Table SOUTHBOUND uFor Iayson Snntnquln and tjos AnRolCs ll03pm iwFor IavROn Santnquln and 1 Kern eM pm oFor Pnyson Ncpul and 1 Mantl 1017 am NORTHHOUND I 1 eFor Provo PI Grove Amer I Ican Fork Lchl Mercnr I Salt Lake 1C3 am For Provo Salt Luke and I Intermediate potntu II 27 am IItor Provo Salt Lake and I Intermediate points 830 pm IIlstlnl trains are now running dally be n Salt Lake And tho Pacific Coast Sill COUNTY Is In direct touch with two leltlf Host local train service I III IIDHTNKB District Pa ieneer Agent I N PETEKSEN Depot Ticket Agent I I06RANDE mGRAN w I jrrlval and departure of trains from Depot to 7KorSprlnnvllloProvoSaU Lake nnd oil points east and wcit810an 0 MKorSprltiKVlllo IrovoSalt Lake and all points east and welt3C2pm 8For i Kureka Mammoth and SII vcr City 627pn Ko 28Por Eureka Mammoth and Sll f ver CIty 815am I connections made In Ogden Union depot viltti l trains of Southern PaclOo and Oregon Short lie OFF nS CHOICE OF i T THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 3 iD lU...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 November 1907

il PERUNA A TONIC OF GREAT USEFULNESS U y L at hr y1 hff r II QeL 5 It + t ruiii i SZ y a IIq t r is f r HON R 8 THARIN nil pi Tton It S Tlmrin Attorney tit Law s tiud counsel for AntlTi list Iiingnm lZ ry writes fioiu Pennsylvania Ave N SY Washliiflon 110 us follows r Ilnvmtf tisoil Peruiia for cntarrliil f disorders I nut nbto to testify to Its 1t great itiiipdliil exccllciieo unit do not 9l licsitulu tofflvoltmy emphatic endorse I m ment and IHinist rouHiiinriidatlon to lfp nil persons affected by that disorder It fl Js also a iontc of great usefulness r Mr T Unrnocott Wcst Aylmer On tailo Can writes Last winter I vn sill with iinciinioiiia nflcrlin liitflaxrlppc sr J took Icrunn for two months when I became quite well I also Indiicvd a t pontiff holy who was all run down P s find confined to the house to tiilco Pe rune and after taking Pei mm for thioo months who la nblo to follow her trade s tit tailoring lean recommend Peru n for all such who arc ill and require u tonic a Peru...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 November 1907

II L bo4tt ° ° wl yYuptffgs 9 fhxirt8enna cts pentbr yet prompt viisjontixe bouels cleanses 15 1e system eectu f ally jolLA lists one m overcoming add lvlitual constipation ermanently To get its It I tag lD Ii r ere f ictaI l effects buy at el tt h genuine whJ is Nanujacturcd by the lant Use 1 CALIFORNIA nercha fUjll rn1m reeccer pOSXRUPCo + usd BYLEADINODRUCC 3TSCO 6OT11L ung 11 Ivan I bean taoney Jns an e stOCk e3 meta petal ounUn t at des i JltaL 0 3 theejs the In of elee I slIver t are th f CIUIDSI tau A1r1ra where 0 y gav LINK n Wit j asked COMFORT SHOES Jut ill Ie host Thousands of women thoroughly f torn enjoy the genuine relief and com to eet fort of Martha Washington Comfort a pen Shoes They lit like a glove and 1ellbe ful as easy as a stocking No bother about buttons or laces J ached they just slip on and oil at will Wool I Elastic at the sides prevents Xo pinching or squeezing and j I wIth gives with every movement you of the foot Absolute comfort friend guaranteed water ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 November 1907

j Theres Exceptional Style in this Yale Suit for Young Men TTS another of the EderheimerStein garments weve c selected to demonstrate in every sale we make that this is in fact a superior clothing store 1 t G The Yale is the smartest Young Mans style striking in the weave and rich colors of the fabrics combines good taste service satisfaction lends i the air of true refinement is fashionable i i without being fancy T The young fellow who exercises com mon sense and good judgment in the selection of this style cannot be com r i t monplace Its a suit for college men or any others who are particular fr > j titular Let us show it to you Superior tailoring reaches M r g f Its climax in the Yale Each iI t garment is made separately 1 by skillful hand needlework I 1 t k throughout Trimmings and fabrics all match Every bit operation of the tailor contributes ii h a w9 f tributes to make it distinc ° tive individual + THE YALECoat I is long and > full elicited cuffs on sleeves = open I...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 November 1907

t fJ 1 IT PAYS TO TRADE VIITFj THE WORLD DRUG CO J J t NOTICE The date on your name label of this paper Is the data to which Y our subscription Is paid Kindly bo nA prompt ns possible In paying In advance l e t eul nan Bro lax < 4 M1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Tr 8C u glor VOL VI NO 40 SPANISH PORK UTAH THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 1007 Xntcred at Spanish Fob Fork 21 1903 Utah ns aocondelnfls Act of Congress matter March Post 3 Omen 1879 > Ut t l1sl pRM HART utj DENTIST foal sar IfOCreerlJulldlnir SPANISH PORk OrricK JlOUR90 A M till B p M IKDKlKNDENT PltONISI l1t egc49 A Residence No74 S WARNER tj HAGAN rAND QVAUAN Office at fllVSIClANS Creer Building 5PANISIf FORK UTAH JJl1an will I answer nloht calls from Mrt Lprescllla Swonkon residence 2nd Ward R E G HUGHES PHYSICIAN and SURGFON I Phone 38 Black SPRINGVILLE AMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned I Izrlrated Farms low Interest ipoclal op tion nf partial payments flee at residence one block oat of Coop SPANISH FOUK UTAH i I B MORGAN ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 November 1907

1t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS k1 ANDRUW JENSEN Piibllnlior a SPANISH FORK UTAH It UTAH STATE NEWS j e Cashiers checks lu denominations i of 1 mid 2 art now being issued by I t Salt Lako banks f Tho ninth annual exhibition of tho Utah Art Institute will bo hold at Ephralrn beginning December 16 Tho Oregon Short Line Railroad company will begin tho erection or tho muchdiscussed viaduct in Ogdcn In tho near future At a meeting of tho stockholders of tho SnIt Lnko Route held In Salt + 1 Lake City last week tho old directors i woro reelected A 12 year old daughter of John Jtt lander of Monroo was annoyed by a f14 bunch of young hoodlums recently un 1a til she fell and broko her log Georgo O Noblo of Salt Lako is su rlekRi ing Edward Buttorlleld for 10000 damages for n beating up ho says vlt l Butterflold administered to him In tho 4i capital city j A Salt Laker has attacked tho con stitutionality of the act passed by the last legislature cieating the fttato 4i y board of veterInary examiners...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 November 1907

Alt Tess year was I afHE HOUSE OF sets I THOUSAND lag CANDLES of f vafiBr rr iBr MEREDITH NICHOLSON r hsi 01 01 t TilE MAIN CIIANCE ZELDA erD DAMERON Elc To p i val lowrtk11 1W1 bj Ilobbi lltrrlll Co onng CHAPTER III Continued he tt y resentment I felt on first hoar a Ba ie terms ot my grandfathers will coupe passed Ho had treated mo as as I deserved and tho least I HU I do was to accept the penalty ho ailed aid upon mo In a sane and nmln J or pint This tram of thought occu Wort pe as we tramped along the high The road now led away from catco ike and through a heavy wood lerbat nUy on tho right loomed a dark delug er and I put out my hand and tectj > 00 a wall of rough stone that to a height of about eight feet of tat Is this Bates 7 I asked of Us Is Glenarm land sir Tho financ iras one of your grandfathers nj to I Its a quarter of a mile long cost him a pretty penny I warrant rot i The road turns off from the so all tow but tho Glonarm property is the I ie front forK thero was a...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 November 1907

i 1 I t IY ll TimeTable i Table j yu SOUTHHOUND i No eIFor Inynon Sftntaquln nnd Lot Angeles M03 pm No 6For IavRon Hnutaqufn 1 and Nophl 6b8 pm No 63 For 1nyson Nephl mid ManU 1017 BID NOKTIMIOUND No 6ZFor Provo PlOrove Amer lean Pork Lehl lemur Suit Lake 743 am No Go For Provo Salt Lnko and Iiurrmodlnte jinlntu 1 127 am t No 64 For Irovo Suit Inko and d1 Intermediate points 830 pm S + Ialatlnl trains urn now running dally bo r twcon Snlt IiiUo and tho 1aclflo Coast UTAH COUNTY is Iii direct touch with two t great cities Dent local train service r J II HuiiTNEK Ulitrlct Passenger Agent N IJSTKIISEN Depot Ticket Agent I r wIur Y G iNVER tJD6RANDE i irtii Ri 6RANI DEVILL Arrival and departure ot trains from Depot No 7 For SnriDgvllloProvoSatt Lake I and all punts eautnnd wcst8lOara sr No ForStirlriKVlllo 1rovoSalt Lake r and all point rant and west 3i42pm > No SFor Eureka Mammoth and Oli s ver City 687p0 I ljr No t81or Eureka Mammoth and Sil 7 I ver City flISam c i i Connections ma...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 November 1907

J MGRANT1EODING jUNG SG = DIER WEDS DAUGH TER OF SECRETARY OF STATE S A BRILLIANT AFFAIR resIdent Vice President and Other Distinguished Guests Present Union Is Purely a Love Match wasblngtonIn the presence of jdcnt and Mrs Roosevelt tho jePrcsldent and Mrs Fairbanks ie Justices of tho supremo court and elr wives several senators repre tatle3 and other distinguished pests Miss Edith Root on Wednesday came tho wife of Ulysses Simpson rant 3d Lieutenant United States izlncer corps Tho wedding was generally recog I ted at tho capital as being the sec CJI In social and official Importance tat has taken place during the Iloose elt administration there being only than In ess Interest in tho marriage t at which centered about tho mar age of Miss Roosevelt to Mr Long orth Tho bride Is tho only daughter of retary of State and Mrs Ellhu oot while the groom as everyone ows from his name Is the grandson 1 General Grant his father being General Frederick Dent Grant of the r t I a Mc T 1 j 1 z i ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 November 1907

e Gleanings of Gotham r Life in the Great Metropolis d Mirrored for Our Readers tf a A tY GOTHAM POPULACE MOVING OUT INTO THE SUBURBS z EW YORK Now Yorks popula NEW tion supremacy is moving fat 1 Into tho suburbs Manhattan builders are providing now homes for GOU90 f + persons this year although their out put In recent years has been moro f than twlco that volume a 1 Renting ngcntn In inlililloclnsa dis tricts say tha hero is a tremendous movement of flat dwellers uwny from 1 Manhattan A largo part of tho fami 1 lies nro moving to now linnsoK In 1 Brooklyn Quell < < ns and Now Jorsoy on lho lines of tho undcnlvcr tunnels Which are to ha opened this year Brooklyn Is getting by far tho largest Ijt Bhttro because transit facilities there y sJ now aro fairly good Ir In nil the now rapid transit suburbs Hat builders luivo begun work an 3000 houses during tho first throcniuarlors d of tho year They will contain homes for over 30000 families Manhattan r uuvRrn builders have started d...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 November 1907

en as Well as Men Are Made miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind itfoorngcsanulcssetisnmbitionj beauty I vigor and cheerful l 1S w ness soon disappear I when the kidneys arc 1 out of order or dis eased t Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a child to be t St t born afflicted with Hcak kidneys If the hldtiritintcs too often if the urine scalds e flesh or if when the child reaches an e uheu it should be able to control the Lure it is yet afflicted with bedvet tt depend upon it thccausc of the liffi Sty t is kidney trouble and the first fhotild be towards the treatment of tp ese important organs This unpleasant oable is due to a diseased condition of e kidnevs and bladder and not to a bit as most people suppose Uoimu as well as men are made miser Ie wllh kiduev and bladder trouble jl both need the same great remedy lt mild and the immediate effect of funpRoot is boon realized It is sold ydruiZists iu i fifty t 111 onc...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 November 1907

a NOTICE TO THE PUDLIC Tho town of Spanish Fork Is de x F clared to be In nn unsanitary condi tion and nil property owners arc here r by notified that if after ten days any t nuisance exists the offending party or parties Will bo liable to prosecution ti All corrals outhouses pigpens chicken houses etc must bo cleaned a and kept clean Because of so much 1 sickness In and about Spanish Fork these measures are imperative to pro tect the lives and health of the com 4 munity At the expiration of stated i r time the marshal will Inspect each property and take the names of all delinquents Yours very truly F B CLARK M D 1 State Sanitary Inspector o broom houso for rent cheap Sco John Morgan r ti I i < t 11 ltl tL k R i I 2 t A 1t MI 1 tip r3 t i P ee j Tk TkStandard t Standard KKtr tII The Difference in Ederh eimerStc in Clothes for Young Men ITs Individual ability and v effort that enables one athlete to beat the others in a race Its more skill better ideas and exertion that makes the ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 December 1907

IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE WORLD DRUG CO 1 f NOTICBThe data on your nnmo label of this paper Is tho dato to wh t 1 Ich your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as prompt ag possible In paying in advance L t THE SPANISH FQ K PRESS J Y u I VOL VI NO 47 e SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 5 1907 Entrrlr at Spanish Fob Fork 21 1902 Utah as secondclass Act of Congress matter March rout 3 Ofllca 1879 sse IDRC M HART DENTIST fO Croer Building SPANISH FORK owe Rouusie A u till t v u INDEPENDENT PHONE etc No 43A Residence No74 S WARNER H HAGAW rAND QVARAN Office at t PHYSICIANS Creer Building SPANISH FORK UTAH a BIBID w1R answer nlijht call from Jfrt tPrtsoIllaSwcnioni realdenoe Xnd Ward Re E G HUGHES PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 11 I Phone 38 Black SPRINGVILLE AMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC 1 Money Loaned brlfted Farmslow Interest special op tlona of partial payments CM at residence one block east of Coop SPANISH FORI UTAH Be MORGAN ATTORNEYATLAW fettt Btiliatne PHOVO Telephone Tl X l SAXEY ATTOBNBYATLAW...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 December 1907

y THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS a A Bow tpr club has been or ganized nt Park City with about fifty chartor members CharieR A Malson a Salt Lake min ing engineer was accidentally killed while duck bunting near Hen Idaho Tho Salvation Army provided near ly 1000 of Salt Lakes unfortunate with a substantial Thanksgiving din ner According to ono of tho bank of ficials of Ogden tho local institution c will not resume cash payments until about January 1 a Caton Love aged GO who for more than thirty yearn has been a resident of Wober county dropped dead in i Ogden on tho 27th I George A Morgan a machinist sui clded In iv lodging house In Snit Lake t City an the result of despondency over domestic troubles 1 Tho twentysecond annual conven tion of tho Utah Stnto Sunday School association was hold in Ogden on Fri dRY and Saturday of last week Evorett Buckingham who has been awtr general superintendent of the Oregon t Short Lino with oillcos in...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 December 1907

1 roR r r THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES = By MEREDITH NICHOLSON bthAr cl THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAHtROII Etc CopjrlBht 1W6 bjr DobbfMtrrUI Co CHAPTER IVContlnued I was soon stumbling through rough iderbrush similar to that through hick wo had approached tho house tea swung along confidently enough end of mo pausing occasionally to d back tho branches I began to tl as my rage abated that I had sot it t on a foolish undertaking I was erly at sea as to tho character of ie grounds I was following a man Dom 1 had not seen until two hours fore and whom I began to suspect all manner pf designs upon me It s wholly unlikely that tho person ho had fired Into the windows would rk about and moreover tho light of lantern the crackle of the leaves d the breaking of tho boughs ad vcr sed our approach loudly A bush slapped mo sharply and I topped to rub tho sting from my face Aro you hurt sir asked Dates so iltously turning with tho lantern Of course not I snapped Im ring the time of my life Arc t...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 December 1907

COUNTRY BANKS I 9 HAVE E THE CASH Statement of Conditions May Restore < Confidence of Depositors Now Vork A call upon the na si tional banks for their condition on a very recent clato Is expected by bank ers hero to come from tho comptroller of tho currency this week Four of tho five calls required each year by I law have already been made tho last having shown tho condition of tho na tional banks on August 22 It Is pos sible that tho call now anticipated will have an Important Influence on i tho financial situation It Is expect ed that it will reveal largo reserves of cash In tho country banks and this will tend to restore confidence among depositors to a degree which will make It easy to resume currency pay ments throughout tho country tai o To check a cold quickly get from your druggist somo little Candy Cold Tablets called Provcnttcs Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pro vcntlcs for they aro not only safe but decidedly certain and prompt Pro vcntlcs contain no Quinine n...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 December 1907

I The Dark Skinned Womans Achievements 1 By Marlon E Stockton f Womans Share In Early Art Even the Primitive Woman Had Certain Rights Brilliant Dark Haired Heroines of the Pass Women Aid In Founding a Re ligion Some Interesting Facts About What Has Been Accom plished by the Sisters of the Pale Faced Races The Important Part they Played In Early Civilization Copyright by Joseph 13 Bowlea tartan E Stockton widow of the Into opular story writer Frank II Stockton fIJ closely associated with the work of gifted husband Any reader of the er Rudder d range stories for example lit realize that she was a valuable as taut to him She was joint author with in writing The Home one of his in irllcr books I Mrs Stockton Is a member a prominent South Carolina family n So i much has been written about men of the fnlrsklnhed races of belr part In the making of the hfs sry of the world of what they have one and ought not to have done of that they are doing and ought not to Jo and to what they should do...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 December 1907

t Shy Amateurs V Splendid BpecCnclcB that Is the 11 definition townrjls which athletics In England aril gradually drifting and chfolly It is to bo feared upon the current or highly trained profession aliamThe ordinary man conscious of his own medlocro ability In afraid to venture into the field North China t Herald NIGHT SWEATS NO APPETITE USED PERUNA I IvLTri 1 ii I a a bS I I lalEloT i Mna LIZZIE LOIIR 11C5 W 13th Bt Chicago Ill writes take pleasure In writing you I 1 these few lines thinking there may bo other women suffering tho same ns 1 did had iny complaints for over a year n sweats all winter and nonppctlte I was rundown BO far that 1 had to rc lilt down to do my cooking I was to ° r weak 4 r 1 tried many different medicines and doctors also Nothing seemed to do too l any good Tho doctora wanted to oper ate on me At last 1 wrote to Dr Hartman 1 u told him just exactly how I was and ho i told mowhat ailed ino and how should hilto 1oruna I did ns ho told mo for four months t s...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 December 1907

NErs i SUMMARY I I gcun men lost their lives In s wing house fire in Kansas City Fire at Houston Texas Sunday t destroyed property valued at 00000 lgyor I John Van Fossen of Ypsllan Mich t shut and WUcd himself while umporarily Insane New York bankers are looking Cor d to a resumption of cash pay Ulll within a very short time I According to reports the recent rnlll on the Black sea have resulted terrible suffering mill groat loss of I jfe The strike of 7GO union employees the Louisville Hallway company as called oft by a vote taken by then en last week A fire In tho Harvard houso at Gloucester Mass resulted In ono nth several Injured and a damage sUmated at 15000 Two minors were burled by a fall 3 f rock In tho Calumet Hecla cop I uilno at Houghton Mich Doth ere Instantly killed 1 Tho extraordinary rush of aliens to Surapo continues unabated and eight teanishlpa sailing Saturday carried 1000 steerage passengers A band of robbers entered tho gov rnracnt pawnshop In Tumla Russia ithcr...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 5 December 1907

r Women Who Wear Well It is astonishing how great n change r few yrarn of married Ufa often maUo IT I tho apixnranctf had illwHtlon ninir l woman Tim frrshmss Uio charm ill brilliance vanish like the bloom from I peach which Is rudely handled Tljf ti matron Is only a dim shadow faint ochi of the charming maiden There nro twi reason for this change Ignorance nni a neglect Pow young wnmrn approclaf tho nhock to tits system through tin chango which come with mtrrlnga am motherhood Many neglect to deal with tho niiplcasniit pelvic drains and weak nesses which too often como with mar rlngo nod motherhood not timlrrstandlnR that tblssccrot drain is robbing thu chock of Its freshnesa nod tho form of Ita fairness Afl surely on the general health suffers when them la derangement of tho health of the delicate womanly organs so surely when tlioso organs are established In health the face and farm at once witness to the fact In renewed comeliness Nearly a million women ham found health and happ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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