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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 14 May 1908

ME Jy COSTLY TH1 Na rASHINGTON A cal f W J culatlon of tho nn anal cost of main V tain I ng Individual V Y types of craft In tho British navy was ro entl made by Admiralty Secretary dmund Robertson By this It Is hown that It costs 1157500 to keep nrltlsh battleship In commission ono A destroyer Involves an annual rear itorp 0 uttay ofi1S3 5OO a torpedo boat 30 i 00 It was with cable brevity that these gores were transmitted Tho enor mous sum required to maintain a bat Whip for a year makes one wonder f there has not been some error In nsmlsslon That a vessel costing ay 6000000 should In tho course of ess than six years equal Its entire irlglnal cost In the mere matter of nalntenancc would seem Inconcclv ble at first glance Hut when one ompares the figures given with our wn expenditures In this direction the filiations do not seem to be so inch astray Tho flat cost of main Inlng nn American battleship In com Isslon In no Instance equals or near equals the sum which the admlr jty secr...

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. — 14 May 1908

u I f L 1 I Pr 0 r i 9 TYi r q R r s i rTA j aoss 5c1c4L GRIClIl7L1 6 n N r AJY 4 r I f rt 1U fiST now there In I no moro Important nucotlon before the American public than 1 the general Improvement of the highways 9 to tho standard of twentieth century re Li t quirements Tim volumo of traffic over i wl tho public highways IB ciiunl to or ex ceeds that of all the railways The food + products of tho world pass over these roads to reach tho market Had roads tA I interfere with tho regular distribution of these products resulting In an erratic Fq and Inconstant mipply for a fixed and regular demand a I Had roads have necessitated tho prac tice of rushing tho crops to market nil I In a heap taking but two op three months Instead of eprendltig this delivery over six to ten months ScIon fr i t J 1 tlflcally farm products should bo moved from producer t I to consumer us they arc needed for consumption but tho farmer will find tho loads In tho winter and + t spring bad and at times practica...

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. — 14 May 1908

f I DEAUTY OF ANY WOMAN hpncd fay the Judicious ut oriw i 11 Slrnminl W hsvo beautiful jswIe Mllnditfrom Inexpensive tasty Illtl S U uo to th very xpnsIv diamond All rtnonibl In prlc 170 MAIN STK t SALT LAKE CITY UTAH CHILD COLE CO BROKERS SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Our facilities for handling your account unexcelled We make liberal advances on all Utah Stocks 100 Atlas Block Salt LikoClty t 0 Shopping by mail with the F1 J Hill Drug Co The NeverSubstitu tors Salt Lake City assures you of good service and just what you write for A Strong Point Against Him You say you have known this d > endant for many years Yes ever since he was a boy Do you consider him to bo of sound ilndt indWell I dont want to say anything gainst him If It Isnt necessary But you are under oath to spcnc Have observed In ie truth you ever 3 actions anything that would lead cm to the belief ho was weak men illy He married tho daughter of a poor an when he might have become tho mlnlaw of a wealthy manufacturer ho wo...

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. — 14 May 1908

r 4 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WKKKIY 3YiE ANUUKW JnNHKN IUIItISHKK SUIISCUIlTlOfJ vv One year fl50 IAVAlirB IN ADVANCK MVrPT CI IMCAIi NHWS lire ill NOTICE I way welcome Muku tho nrtlclcH short UN It IK Impnnslbln to hiindlu song nrtlcliw U you lnivon got time to urltu call up by independent 1hono n Local Jots Subscribers who arc more than one year in arrears will be cut off the list after this issue without any further ceremony The postal laws must be obeyed Screen driers all sizes unit kinds at Jix Lumber Co K It E S 11 1 < I S H 1 at Hobt Hoy nek H today Mrs Hurry SchnlFer of Pocatello Ida is visiting with Mrs Alma Jensen this week The 2monthsold son of Air and Mrs Ed Kirwan died Wednesday forenoon The burial took place Thursday The fouryearold baby girl a twin daughter of Mraml Mrs J1 Evans of tho First ward died Wednesday of croup Utnh County Sunday School Conven tion at Provo Slay 17th For the above occasion tho Salt Lake Route will tnuke a rate of one fare for the round trip ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 May 1908

or n pays BETTER to trade with the City Drug Store = NOTICETh date on your name label of this paper Is the date to which i your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as prompt as possible In paying In advance + ti P S THE SPANISH FORK PRESS = VOL VII 0 NO 0 m SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MAY 21 1008 Kntfircd Fob 21 1902 na secondclass tnntkor 1oat Office U pork 0 at Spanlih Utah Act of Congress Jloruh 3 1879 > u DR C M HART I I DENTIST I w o Creer uuiiain SPANISH FORK 1 orrict HotMJ A H tilt a p w a iHDiriHDiNT Pnonn omce No 43 A Residence No74 I + jRS WARNER tZt HAGAN 1 ITY AND QVARAN Office at 1NE PHYSICIANS Creer Baildln SPANISH PORK UTAH I HM n flU answer nltht calls from Mr Hri Dr FrootlU Bweaioni residence tad VTard J SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned t IIlrrllle1 Farms low Interest special ep > dons of partial payment Once at reildenoe one block east ot Oo op t SPANISH FORK OTAg t B MORGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW c f debt e Dull4JDIlIOVoTelepho f81t I K A SAXEY ATTORNEYATLAW t O...

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. — 21 May 1908

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS i I ANDREW JENSEN Publisher a SPANISH PORK UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS A twentymile automobile road race will be ono of tho features of tho Decoration day celebration at Ogden The dwelling houso of James Hicks located on a farm near Mount Pleas lint was totally destroyed by flro last tveok The three year old son of William Critchlow of Pleasant Vlow was kicked by a horse ono day last week and fatally Injured Tho Mnntl local telephone company has made an agreement with tho Bell Telephone company whereby thoy are to bo consolidated A Sprlngvlllo man convicted of sell ing liquor In violation of the city ordinance has been sentenced to thlrtyllvo days In Jail Fifty doctors from various cities In fltnh attended the fourteenth annual meeting of tho Utah State Medical as sedation in Salt Lake City last week Landon L Downing a well known Ball Lake wool buyer dropped dead I as tho result ot an attack ot heart failure at his homo on Saturday last John Hacking of Cedar Fort w...

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. — 21 May 1908

1 ° roR r THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES = Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON 01 THE MAIH CHANCE ZELDA A thor rDANCQONCEIc bllllO hI IJobblIerllll CO Wprrlrbi CHAPTER XXIV Continued oJ think you aro quite right sir lid Bates He threw down tho re leer he hold in his hand and leaned a the edge of tho long table that on its side his gaze still bent on y Bckcrlng who stood with his over Lt buttoned close his dorby hat on e floor beside him where It had Illen as Bates hauled him into tho m lI The sound of n measured step of Le ono walking of a careful foot I a stairway was quite distinct I Ln remarked the slight stumble that had noticed before lVo were all so Intent on those steps l the wall that wo wore off guard I feard Bates yell warningly and Larry d I stoddard rushed for Pickering v had drawn a revolver from his ffercoat pccket and was about to fire I mo when Stoddard sent the weapon frlng through the air Only a moment now gentlemen Id Dates an odd smile on his face e was looking past mo toward...

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. — 21 May 1908

AN OflDlNANCfe Prohibiting coming nnd to rcp ll Pcotfnni M nnrt VMH of Clmptcrtti of the rcvhid ordin ation Siinlnli Fork ftlty Ito It ordained by the City Council 01 Spanish Vcrk City Section IJvery I person who dents plavs or carries on opens or muses to bu opened or who conduct tilth or UK owner or employee whether for him or nut ntiy game of faro month roulette In isciuonot rouge ct noir rondo or nnv ifiimo played with cards dire or any other dovlca for money cliccUs credit or any other representative value and every parson who plays or hcts nt or utralnH any of unlit prohi bited mines Is I guilty uf n misdemeanor Beo sKvory person who knowingly permits stay of tho eninoN mentioned tho proceeding section to bo played conducted or dealt In any haute owned of rented by such person In whole or In purt Is punlHhiihlo an provided In the pretending section Hoc a Kvory person convicted < t any of tho offences described In the two proceeding see lions shall bo punlnhablo try n tuna o...

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. — 21 May 1908

y fAN BANDITS HTACK VILLAGES jle Conditions in Korea Are Im proving Japanese Soldiers Still Have Their Hands Full R Lur Thousand Korean Police Under Japanese Officers Will bo der Enlisted and Trained to Keep Order In the Hermit Kingdom Seoul Conditions throughout Korea Improving Tho determine rea arc It Eon of prlnco Ito the resident general Sere to suppress tho disorderly elo ent so that tho peaceful farming pulatlon may prosecute their work n the outlying districts whore lined bands aro harrying tho farms A villages IB shown by the prompt rrlval of reinforcements of gen darmes numbering about 6000 who Li be scattered throughout Korea rlnce Ito has issued strict instructs to Japanese soldiers and civil + oas r nS that they must not treat the Ko ti eans as a conquered people but s iat the rights of all law abiding clt zees i must bo respected under pen ty of severe punishment Four mdred new telephone and tele mob offices will bo established In u le districts Infested by revolution U...

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 May 1908

66i j > i > 1 SLEEPING SICKNESS I i t DR KOCH OBTAINS NEW LIGHT ON STRANGE MALADY r3 + German Scientist Now In This Coun t try Says Dread African Disease May Be Communicated Like Other Infections n l Now York Now light on that strange malady which attacks the dwellers In tho dark continent the Bleeping sickness of Africa was ob t4 tinned hy Dr Robert Koch the Ills tlngulshcd German scientist who ar i t J rived here a few days ago after a lopp i fa I tlmo spent In the Gorman c61onlc ol I Africa whore ho had gone for th I 14 < i I j purpose of making H study of the J t I J singular disease I J this scourge IK now attracting the i J ft ontlro medical world 1 attention of the kv Z I oJ A It IH estimated that In Uganda alone 1t4 fully 100000 have succumbed to h t 1 within a few years x i 11 I II t Dr Koch worked for more than o I j year In the Infected districts striving I Ih with tho dogged determination of hli t r rI rnco to BolVo what has now come to it roar bo recognized ns ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 May 1908

fje General Demand tho WellInformed of the World his been for a simple pleasant and op cicnt liquid laxative remedy of known hmtivo which physicians could uCi a ction for family use because its com parts nro known to them to be cnt P Jjcsomo and truly beneficial In effect stable to the system and gentle yet nipt in action In supply that demand with itfcx lent combination of Syrup of Fig and xir of Senna tho California Fig Syrup proceeds along ethical lines and relics the merits of tho laxative for its remark Ifl BUCCC43 That is ono of many reasons why rup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given by the Wellinformed 3 preference get its beneficial ctfccts always buy 0 gcnuino manufacturedby tho Cali rnia Fig Syrup Co only and for sale nil leading druggists Price fifty cents r bottle bottleHEADAGHE r Positively cured by ARTERS these Little Pills J They also relieve Dlo tressfrom DyspepsiaIn ITTLE dlgesllon and Too Ueart I a f II R Eating A perfect rein u ed for Dizziness Nan P I LL o sea ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 May 1908

I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WEKKIA ANUHBW JENS N IUHMSUEH 1 r Ww SUIIKJUITION OnoVcar IIM 1 1AYAIILK IN ADVANRK LOCAL NEWS nrn al NOTICE I warN welcome Make the urtldCN Abort us It In Impossible to handle lone arllclrsiir you havent KOI time to write call up by Independent Phone r Local Jots Work Bridle foundSee J Wilkins I Young Piga 30 of themfor sale by James M Creer at Leland A cement walk in front of the Coop Is now in the course of construction ° Jos Hughes a student of a medical ° college at Baltimore Is home for his summer vacation The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs John Evans died Monday of bronchitis and was buried Tuesday J Preston Crecr J J Banks Hebor C Jex and John Roundy are in the Tin tic district on mining business Jensen and Clark lire fixing up the W U Jones building preparatory to I starting up a bakery and confectionary in the near future Ren Thomas Lew Thomas Edgar Hallam and Ross Collet left Tuesday i afternoon for Montana to work on the railroad for Hansen Brothe...

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 May 1908

It pays BETTER to trade with the City Drug Store rOTICEThe date on jour name label of this paper Is the data to which A your subscription Is paid Kindly bo ns prompt as possible In paying In advance THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 1 VOL VII NO 20 FORI = SPANISH UTAii FORK UTAH THURSDAY MAY 28 3 1008 Untcrod nt Spanish I Fob Fork 21 1903 Utah as leoandclnas Act of Congress matter Marflh Iont I OHloa 1879 = DR C M HART DE NT 1ST eruuliainr SPANISH PORU I WOCr Owlet HOUB IIQ A M tilt 111 M IHDXFENDKNT PnOHIi Ollloe No isA i Rebldenco Non I I RS WARNER H HAGAN I I LTv f AND QVARAN Office al Nt PHYSICIANS Cretr Building SPANISH FORK UTAH nlht calla from Mrs I nlllill will nswaraltbt 1 nr priiollla Swentona resldenoe tad Ward 5 1 = SAMUEL CORNABY WOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned slrrllstilon Intartti iptolal op > I tlons of partial pajraonu once at rtildonoe one blooli east of Ooop SPANISH FORK UTAIL = i r MORGAN ATTORN gT LAW t It M BulUlnf PHOVO TeUphoa n Z h SAXEY ATTOH8YATLAW Oo2YAucer and Notary...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 May 1908

r f + 4 THE SPANISII FORK PRESS ANDREW JIJNSEH Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH t UTAH STATE NEWS y Salt Lako boasts of a brass band all of tho members of which nro ladles Tho fund for tho construction of tho now Commercial club building of Salt Lake City had reached 131000 at tho close of last week Throo suspects havo been lodged In jail charged with robbing a store at Lohl l when a considerable quantity a of morclmndlBo was stolen Tho assessment rolls of Juab coun ty Just mndo public by tho county assessor shows n valuation of 4 437008 exclusive ot tho railroads A recent addition to tho Industrial Interests of Utah Is factory for tho I i manufacture of all kinds of coal tar products which has been established In Gait Lako City I Inn debate held In tho Lehl tabor naclo last week between representa tives from Leli High school nnd tho Weber High school tho Lohl repre sentatives wore victors While attempting to alight from u street car In Ogden Frederick Collins an elderly man was thrown f...

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 May 1908

7fIT n FIAi n THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON u ol THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA Aulhor dIiUAtIEaAOpCeABCL AMERON Elc Tult iwi W UobbiMMrlll CO CHAPTER XXIVContlnued I That was originally a trench for Ural gas plpcs I Thoro was onco a t Iree pumping station on the slto of Is house with a big trunk main run L ng off across country to supply tho l wits west of here Tho gas was ex busted and tho pipes were taken up feforc I began to build 1 should have thought of that tunnel In fetor e world If tho trench hadnt suggest and widened It k i merely deepened la little and plastered It with cheap meat as far as the chapel and that fctle room there where I put Picker IKS notes had onco been tho cellar a house built for tho superintend I kt of tho gas plant I never had any ea that I should use that passage as + i means of getting Into my own house t Marian met mo at tho station told o Je that there was trouble hero and Lie with mo through the chapel Into Ie cellar and through the...

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 May 1908

7r I fIN rn fA I iN Y u 1 tr b Jr I I h k y ar fnlr Nun 111 r I RY 4lLr1lr r s U I r y ti A1 s 71u cG o OJifIi2I1ll ° > URING tho latter part of tho war in 1864 and until its DUmNG close In 18G5 I was con nected with tho armies under Gen Sherman usually desig nated the Army of the Ten nesseo the Army of the Cumberland and the Army of tho Ohio wrote Mtij Gen O O Howard The campaigns were exceedingly active From Chat tanooga to Atlanta Shermans soldiers wore under flr9 every day except tho three just before crossing tho Ktowah for 113 days There was not a day or night In which there were no soldiers elnln The screeching shells burst over our heads while we wore sleep ing but wonderful to tell tho sol dlors had become so used to this con k filet that they lost very little sloop In consequence of the fitful and random firing at night in that period of 113 days there were 19 sizable battles fought In one at R tack I made at FlckettB Mill I lost SOO killed and three times as many wound...

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 May 1908

y IAIIf INVENTION A MY REVOLUTIONIZE NAVAL WARFARE IbM MARINE ENGINEERING 4IEAAY FLOATING STEEL STRUCTURE MADE POSSIBLE BIT VIE or C ENOR MOUE VATER PRESSURE AT A bEPT ° M THE OCEAN 10 PROVIDE STATIC RESISTANCE TO WAVE ACTION ir rJ I f 1 ffhVfll f t U I fffi I I t tL x rr oJ c I l JI h I u EW YORKTo dot the coast with floating lighthouses that will be lamposts of the sea to 1 have floating fortresses and tor do stations permanently anchored all of the coastal cities to supply rbors with breakwaters of a mobile ti fpej to provide the navy with coaling latlons out at sea to furnish Isolated red arantine stations to such ports of a try as have not convenient Islands 3 i their harbors even to establish re ii y wireless stations far out In the pl ean these are among the posslbll es of William Edward Murrays in lentlon of the principle of building N hat he calls steady floating steel ctures It Is said by marine authorities that i Ir Murray has solved some of the fcost difficult problems w...

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 May 1908

t F WALK 2450 MILES BIGGEST WEST TO EAST WALK v EVER ACCOMPLISHED Win Fifteen Hundred Dollars Over mountains and through snow IV Jfv through wet ulush nnd mud freezing At times mid oppi eased by heat at others William Jackson and II T Hay two sturdy Scotchmen walked ovory mtlo of the way from Seattle to Chi cago Just arriving within a tow hours of the tlmo limit thereby winning a purso of Fifteen Hundred Dollars given by the Seattle Athletic Club for ac complishing this feat within the pro scribed time Jackson and Hay left Seattle with but Five Dollar In money were obliged to earn their way as thojr wont and leave no unpaid bills and complete lie Journey In ninety days An Intetcstlng Incident In connec tion with the walk wan that each of the contestants woro a pair of tho wellknown Mayer shoes that neither rlpprd nor lost n Htltch during tho en tire trip of 24 > 0 miles tho hardest test any shoes could bo put to speaking volumes for tho extraordinary wearing qualities of tho shoe...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 28 May 1908

4 x w a a tt + d j ugd NyS e S S I J b F Tty jty C 1 le iq apse M55 V SOPHIA KITTLESEN 1TH VERY POOR I etT1II RESTORED BY PERUNA = Catarrh Twentyfive Years hfIII Had a Bad Cough nl I Miss Sophia Kiltlesen Evanston J Illinois U S A writes bl 4 have been troubled with catarrh na4t I nearly twentyfive years and have r for It but obtained lid l t ncd many cureS > nw cry little help Then my brother advised mo to try ds enma and I did I1i1 i My health was very poor at the time ceM1 began taking Peruna My throat was I it Jery sore aud I had a bad cough i bp Peruna has cured me The chronic b utarrh Is gone and my health Is very fioo aucb Improved I recommend Peruna to all my iricmU who are troubled I was ll rERUN TABLETSSomo people pre ijer tablets rather than medicine In a Is k laid form Such peoplo can obtain Peru sL ia tablets which represent tho medici ingredients of Peruna Each tablet Equals one average dose of Peruna llldS Man a Iin the Ideal Laxative eat lanufacttircd by Peruna Dr...

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 May 1908

I l 1 r Ik 1 v lp THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WKEKbY ANtMtKW JKNSKN = 1UIIMSlirIt SUU8CIUIlION Ono year SIlO IAYAIIMi IN ADVANCE NOTICE LOCAL aaare NVI lOJdll ways welcome Make the articles short en It Is Impoimlblo to handle long articles If you havent got time to write call up by Independent Ihono Local Jots Young Pigs30 of themfor sale by James M Creer nt Leland Miss Maud Moore of Mammoth IB i visiting hero with relatives and friends T J Rolfc formerly of Robinson a watchmaker and jeweller is now located at the City Drug Store Spanish Fork On the 13th of June the Miners Union of Tintic will celebrate their I annual reunion at Spanish Fork Look I out for a big time LOSTA two year old brown marc branded V O on right thigh Finder please notify the Editor and receive reward G O Eiriksson A rate of 1 15 fare for round trip on certificate plan via the Salt Lake route to Salt Lake on account of GA It meeting Monday Juno 1 Today nearly everybody is ready to say that the weather man goes to ex...

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