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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 27 May 1898

A One ftilrii h Is calculated to yield 1000 I forth of feather. ;' . Allan) had hit cblldlah expcrlivneo with v ' , lUUegreni ii-plo- after reaohlngtnanhood. Ilri. VYIn.l?-- Deathlng fife i t i ra-fkllJrtaUatarae'teetat.tt-ffff r-ea.eaa. j ' suUn,IUreftl-laell4.lltaUekalUe I " , ' - I'rof ltamy aya thi blaik raoe embrace , , 1M,W0,CJ0 Individual-. I rdocat 1 nor llor-el. with Caartrets. .!' Tfhinir . 1','V conailpailn-, forever Ik.-. IK I t fall ilnmliu rrluml mosey l 1 .''' " Alexandria oa-ess-a the largest artdfl Lfifti. alharlvrm the world I .".'' .--. Meanly It IIIixmI Deep. Clsan blood moans a clean akin No beauty without It fa arots rantljr Cathar tic elcana jrour blond ami beeM It clean, by Hiring up th lay liver and drtvlngall im- Grille from the body lleain to-day, nlah plmplm.holK blotches, black heads, and that sickly blllouscomplet'on by taking t'lisoareta. beauty for ten cents All drug. Rlsls. satisfaction guaranteed lOe, J6e,50o. Seeing onion are pool for you, but drea...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 27 May 1898

H et : - 'jtjub TIMES. H jllvw "il, Ma J7.ll i H d NUilK H Willi i.. If vur pipr arrival, B WrMI' r I. imei .lie WV will H Improve i ai hut aepoaiible and hup. H oiireffof will It appreciated by th H penpl Thf prkwof aahtwrlpllo alio, H ilmlng I dm J mi 111, will b rdact H Iv l. ' .a ad-eoc. .It Hill flnr H mnnit afford la amy any on, and H i. i,.r al ikoM li r. in arrear will H u aula tltl u, and enable) ai H t in i ill irtii'r(i.rtiu which wo Hj iv vIm. H In i bort Om. wc wlllkave a club- H Mng I i I iiihmli to ou which 7011 H ran 110 jut appreciate), la lh aaaan H lis, 1 iOm wlmnaay Mjr In advene Hj now 1 I ha (Ifwn lh herwfll of lb H 1 ulibl . rut when w pwbtlth Um H IUt ol 1 para with which we will club. H 'tltCOKA TION DA Y. H Mm., will b aaaaarlal Day, attar H iin .11 ih aMuory of lb ttwd B "i ' t: wfom, awl a day on whk h H iIiu.iik nil over our broad land will H ii covered headi tronnd ih H iikiii i larkth roaring plar ol H I lit) im. hi wd br 11dn.1lonly H llminln lu ili g...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 10 June 1898

I The Coalville Times. I I PATROmE "0ttE "'DUSTRY' I mdto aralSt U' . If V0L V COALVILLE, SUMMIT CoW, UTAH, JUNE 10. 1808 :::: W HHJ A. v No 18 ' ffi THE COUNTY NEWS H OATHERkD UY OUR ALCRT COH- H HBSPONOENTS. HHJ Th. rt.nts r III Week rrotu Nt-nly HHl Pt.rr TiiMH In Kmniull rlililjr-tt Imt H Tt. Tin,..'." Ilrprraentallt HHl fi.Mli.l lo Urllr AIhiiiI. H HUIKI'IIHT. Hj IocicriRT, Utah, June, R, IS'". H Entioa Time: H Mr. Alice Malm it visiting with HH reljllio nn.l frlatijt in .Salt take City. HH Mr, ami Mr. John llnrlion miilc a H husiuctatrlp 10 tho Cnjiital Init week. Hj Mr null Mi. Wllll.im Slakcr went lo H Fait lake City Intt week. HH V birihilay port) nat gUon lo Win. H Cotter nil Ma 30lh, in ) onor of hit H llllleth blith.la). Bj Mr. William A Smith wont In Hj Tooele, Salt Uiko Co, (or Decorat'on H Iliy, ami nlll remain Willing for rouio HH limn HH Mil f-arnli (ilhbont hai gouo to Si. HH Joseph Mo , to lilt her biothcr. HH TI10 following li an cincl cory of Hj letter, Mrllleji...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 10 June 1898

I COALVILLE TIMKb B timw rim.niimo co B COALVILLB. UTAH I UTAH NKWS. AV Dr (lenrge II Penrose of Halt Lake m has bcpuappoinledetirgeoaaf the Utnh AB artillery BB Hlllaid letting of Utnh lit been ep- BB folnled eolonel of the Second regiment, BB I S volunteer engineer. B The hospital eorp of tho National BB luardnf llh It tu ta recruited up to BB lu maximum strength nt once. H The ( hrletlan Scientist nre building Hj a handsome church In Hall Lake City B Imoit with tht grounds 81,000 BB Nellie Helmon, the g year old gill BB whose leg wot broken lijr being run B iter by a Hilt Lake alrcet car, will H recover H A little son of Ij. W llerrla waa shot BB In the back liy another loy at Heater BB latt tteeU. while hunting pigeons. Tho BB wound la likely tu prove dangerous. B Nearly all of the licet crop of the H state haa heen hoed ami thlnneil the H llrsl time anil everything polota to a BB bounteouscrup of sugar beeU tlals year H The Identity of the dead Hprlngvllle Bj I ank rohlier haa ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 10 June 1898

FARM AND GARDEN. I MATTERS Or IrtTinBBT TO AamuuLTuniSTS. fun.. I p-lo-ltati, Hints Almal Pot- illmtlKii t.( ilio Mill and Hells Tlnrwit Hi rlltullutr, lllcollor. and tlurlrtiltnr I crmsnrut I allure ami rerage. The question of paatiiroa la one that wilt always I of Inttroat to the farm er. hetlitr tha pMlure It to be In the rotitlon or a permanent patturo muat depnd very much on general and even local condition! In tho (treat Weal our rainfall la not what It la on the tea board and thercforo the question chancea considerably for this rcaaon On tha Jersey lalanda the rainfall la aucb that the permanent paature la a great eucceat. The molature and tho aunthlno atlmulato growth to auch an extent thnl tho aupply of herbage la euf flclrnt The permanent paaturo la cer tainly to lo preferred In counlrlea where tho growth of herbage la rapid and contlnuoua tlut In many coun tries tho paaturago early falla to Rite a good account of llaelf and In auch caeea aolllng haa to be depended on Thin...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 10 June 1898

M LINCOLN SAW IT ALL H INTUITION OF THC GREAT H war president. H Knl IK Jlnir.l lo lie Any Art H ihe I'roper Time iana Ila H Raw Ilia latara Ihmili H "' ollnlultlon. JH eurpttec bo one that dreamera Kj and poem, or even philosophers, should B be InflurMtHl by ilresras sod preeentl- BHHH Inents, but when mm of practical H minds, who are capable of directing I ho j affair of Ration. such men Abrt- f him Uncoln end Napoleon 1 , give H heed (o the e Inn o( superstlthm, lw- H rr men wonder and speculate Bad ad. B vance theorle of their own to arrount H the phenomena. H I The IlonapartHi always were miner- H atllloiia, especially the mother of Na- H poleon. She always had a presentl- H went that the rise and (all of h 'Vf H lly would occur In the same ccnturi, H that the glory wblrh u prophesied H for them would be followed by dlsas- H ler. And the prediction waa mMcd. H flh died In her eighty-seventh rear, H having lived long enough to aeo tho H downfall of her H Napoleon I. always feare...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 10 June 1898

FOE TYOIIAN AOTliCQDB ITEMB OF INTEREST FOB MAID& AND MATnONS. I'alronltr nlrU JUramo "Mron llnrlot llooalt of lilfllrulty Homo Cnrroat Holes of the MimIm A really Home Conn The Illy', tlrlnilnn. A cold, ealm atikr looked out of heave n. And smllrd upon a tranquil lake, Where, purr a anaols ilroam at itn, A lllr lay but half awake. The flown- frit that fatal amlle. AnJ lollr towed hr eoKocloua head, Why dea ho aaa on mc the whllef Th. Unlit, deluded Illy aakl , Poor, dreamin flown! too aoon beguiled. Bhe nit nor thounht. nor look elso whora, IllM she had soon Iho alar bul smiled To find hersnlr rtflruted thorn. France B Osgood. On .Wromil .)( a Hun(. Now York Bun President K Hcnja mla Andrews of llronu university Is angry and the iludenU of Pembroke ball (Itio women' college) are tip In run bccauio of a sung publlktd In the I J tier llruncnsls. the Urown annu al. The song purport! to have been written by a coed, li entitled "Hymn to Head Iltoke Mill." and ridicules the women' to...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 10 June 1898

I' i GOKE10R-GEERAL MERE1TT ' Military Ruler of the Philippines a Typo of tiic Best Americanism-He Was at 1 One Time a Farm Hand, i General Merrltt, who goes lo the Philippine at military governor of fl i that Itltnd empire of tin Pacific, li the H second In command of our national it- H my. II won fame anil honor M Slier- H ldan'a clilrf officer In I he grant battle H of the war lie wat an unrelenting j 'warrior, onr MtcbtliiK nine battle In ten lueccaelve dajra III military ca H reer la mora or lee on record, tut of Ma private Ufa little ha been ilren to H j the public. I Oen Wetley Merrill' father, John I Willi .Merrltt, wat a New York lawyer, having an offlce at No. 134 Nassau H atreet when the boy waa born. Per 1, 1M, at No T North Moore atreet lie H waa one of eight brother Tenty M month later the law office waa at No B I Spruce atreet, the family baTlnjc re M moved to Ilrooklyn B When Waaler waa four rear old hit B father having; a large and Increatlng H family, abandoned law...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 10 June 1898

There bM Just been erected In the ' Mount Clare ebops of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Baltimore a new high pressure steam bolter fur the pur pose of letting locomotive boiler un der (team pressure Heretofore a lo comotive had to be hauled to the out alde of the chop, fire built In the fire box and steora gotten up In order to make n teat, this method consuming much Taluable time Under the new arrangement all thla la dono while the engine la standing In the (hop, a sys tern of ilMffl plpea having been ar ranged to that the engine on any track In the erecting ahop can be test ed wlthotlt being removed. Bitty Unjrusgea are spoken In the em pire governed by the csar of llussla Ull's Catarrh Care Is taken Internally. Price, 71c. It It almost as difficult to make a man unlearn his errors as his knowledge. t bcllove mjr prompt use of l'Iso's Cars prevented quick consumption Mrs. Imcj Wallace, Marquette, Kans., Doc. 19, IK. The largest brldire over built s tho fa mous ono crowing the ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 10 June 1898

J COALVILLE TIMES. m coAi.vn.i.n.UTAii, junk 10 ism. B r. M. MKMIM, INeHor aad Manager I H Mam awnior tt the City Hell Mob- BB Aa night Harrah lor lot Fourth of 'j.. ' H Tat Uhl Bnur In ont vita the flret H nMher of Vol 8. The l.j.ner hM HH Jihhi win lor Ldilaaillia mnnfr than any either one roaeera, ami .1 ertt lo H lift a ihonri imn, H A Otoar olerver eeea ttunr tight H ami Athr tl.iraf Oe.e ol the fret tiual H plctare liar teen reoaatly a m that H l a oltl OMB hanl nt aura while hi H overgrown am, who are loo tiros lo H wort, blood ob th eonterat cmlg I ba H Job, railing and aaanklnc ctirarettee. H tioakeat tor thaaa young mn, girl. H They ere I ho nnn who ara content to M lire mi Itfead rul walar flr merrlge, H aod thin I they ara dolnc nore than H thelrthare If Ibajr nrnih iho water. H Tiiabataball boy gathered at Uia H Oily nrkWtxtaedaynlthtrorprertice, and thejr propoaa lo kaap It up M flnlDalMt ttaanee bar Iwn tlgncd to M a Hat ut thaaa who will foln ami an B ntftrtiaillofi ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

B ' I '-.' f 1 The Coalville Tdii& I PATRONIZE HOME INDOSTtT. I JUJB-OX'-CD TO Tacp 3-W'X'3BBteTa OF BTTUcer CQ-r-BT'Tr. FREE COINAGE OF SILVER, 1 6 to Mm 1 70L V COALTIIJJt, SUMMIT COOWY, UTAH, JUNE 17, 1698, No 19 jH I THE COUNTY NEWS I OATHERUD BY OUR ALSRT CO- J RUPONOBNT8. J The Bieate f ! W ..a Fr . Mrt K KrffT U mil 0..r-W.l Til TIbh'i" BrrMkUM r.aatl to Writ AtML i 1 roA. Ttni, Cub, June 10, 1M. XonoiTiutii J Then are ieieril cuei ol m eulat 1 Blown. V. H. Bliutrd wint te Otlt Uki j City, on btiilneae bent, thli morales;. ) A. H, I!aJi0D, repreitallof Boxraa' A Co , of Silt tkt. wit br th Ant otthiweik. Madam rrouear, accompanied by er Mind dictjhter, will We inentertila. mtnt.ln reot tbli tventnr ' The toll bn been drjlot np rerf (til durlnj the put fewdeji, ind irrliMoa la now In prefrtii lUlpb Mixwellwint U CoaWlllaea Tueedejr, to rant with the Democratic County Committee. Oicir W llklni bti lUrUd tb erectlea ol bli new itore, ol which bo li I Hacb need, 11 li hei rec...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

mmmmmmmmmmm I COALVILLE TIMES Bfl TIME VUnUlIII.Nll CO r BJ COALVILLE. UTAH. I UTAH NEWS. " Bfl I'tah i rough rider will be mount( Bm on Mock Ittrtet B Tooele counly't now court lion li BV8 progrelng finely BBa Monti It making preparation for BHj grand celebration of the Fourth of July BBV ltil i now prohibition town, tin BH latt Mloon having lieen eluted lint BM BH Tea carload of people went from j Hill take to Ogden with the Wood V men aaieurtltin Sunday, where atnonn- BBb inent to a brother wa unveiled. H the 1 tah Power and Kttctrlo Light V company propotf to riUn It) wire BB Into Salt Lake and will I prepared by KB July I tofurnl.h light. BBV l tnh mlnerml exMbtt t Omaha It BBb thebrtlthere Colorado Montanaand BBV Idaho were not m prompt In getting Hj ready kit Utah, hence their dltplay BBb tufferlneoiuparlaon H Itck Sinned n Mult I ake boy with a BBh we timet for aenrrhlng ran Into a. BBb horn) ami buggy knocking the liorto BBb down Mlnnelt Wat rendered uneon- BBb tclnut lint ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

sHsHHsHsHsMMM r ranrnr First Forrni'labla Expedition Has Loft Koy West. Ueaii-Al niiafirr In tlammsnd. Will IJlnd 30,000 Milim, Tlie Tick of lb .Wmj'.ftiiiiritlirre J(rr Milbin. Key West, June . The long-de. nyl Invasion f Cuba liai begun. Tlio flower of the army, under command of i (Icncral Shatter, has sailed for Santia go, In thirty-two transport, with a strong convoy uf warships. Tho expe , tlillon wa maile up of nearly tncnty regiments of Infantry of from 500 to 6J0 men, Including. beside four regi ment of the Fifth army corps, four regiments of artillery. The. total force of regular lufnutry waa nlwut ll.CXf) men. '1 litre were also two leg- I Imcnta of volunteer Infantry, about SOW men, and two squadrons each from the First, Third, Sixth, Ninth I and Tenth cavalry, nlwut 3000 men; I eight troop ot Tiilunteeriwrnlry taken frnui Ilooavclt rough riders, AM) men) four batteries of light nrllllery, 400 men. and sixteen gunai two batterlea of henry artillery, Sun men and sixteen gu...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

bjbjbjf .j'ni 'i.i' H LED A DOUBLE LIFEr H A CURIOUS CASE WHICH IB BX- H CITINO ENGLAND. IV.. Hi. Make of rotlUn.l Alas T. fl BBBJB llrar? Uric llwml.m la lr H Claim In Ihe llabedom The ! BBBBl l-AM.., fNB of the moat In Itreetlng lawaulte (hat Kngllth eourta have ever hid to deal with U new In progrre In HnK t.n.l and will in n probability b fought from court to rourl, coneum I nit pflip yeare of lime end mil- B Horn of money The great dukedom BJ of Portland, with an Income of ll.f.00,- H 000 a rur. la the aubject of dltpule, nnd B (he atlegatlona made by the plaintiff. If BBB luttalned. will reveal the moit extra- BBBBJj ordinary Dr. Jrkrll and Mr. Hyde ex- BBBBl latenc that lias em come to light BBBBj The duke of IMrlland. whnte alleged BBBBJj double life It now to he Inveatlgatcd, BBBBl waa the aeeond rleheal peer In ling- BBBBJj land, and It l claimed that beldr BBBBJj hit life aa an eccentric unmarried no- BBBBJj Lleinan. ht alao had an exlatence aa a BBBBl fondon ahopkeeper, ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

RETURN OF FASTER." ' A man of middle height, with an old fashioned goatee beard and a perplex ed, wondering air lie attracted leu Mention In the Chantrejr rqoiu by rta t ion of the fait that most ot tho visitors, .'., vera young couplet absorbed In tbe study of eaebplhor. --flo loke3"at - lhtf young" pso. ,lth twluhttrrg-eytV ind nodded approvingly "No change therel" he aald with a Igb of relief. He went Into the Potter room and ' looked with Interest at hit own por- . trait on Iho walla Ono of tho engaged oouplet came up and looked over bli ihoulder. "Who' he teepoted to be, Oeorgef'. iiktd'lhe lady carclecaly. "Chip o' tho came ol Dickens," re plied George, with the readiness of one , for whom tbe world ha no secrets, "Cherlrs Dickens." "I've 'esrd the name," ssld the young, ,.. - woman. "What wa he celebrlted for!'' "Writing chap," tald Oeorge. "Brer read any of hla works?'" asked "th lady persistently. The roan with the old-faihioncd beard put hit hspd to hit ear. . "Know tome o...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

fl LED A DOUBLE LIFE. H A CURIOUS CASE WHICH IS EX- H CITINO ENGLAND. H ITaa lhi Dak of tirtUad Alra T. O. H llraeaf llfflM1! llMfendaats l J H Claim In Ilia llsaedoai Tut Fft f.NU of the meet In terming Uwtultt that Kogllth courtt have ever had to deal with It now In progreM In l!nit land and will In II probability bo fought from court to court, consum Inn perhaps of time and mil- 1 Hon. of money The great dukedom H of Portland wltb an Income of 11,100 B 000 a year It the subject of dispute, and Iho allegations ma.lo by the plaintiff, If M sustained will reveal the moat extra- B ordinary I)r Jekyll and Mr Hyde ex HHV Istenre that lias ever come to Until The duke of Portland whose alleged double life la now to be Investigated H waa the second richest peer In Kng H tand. and It la claimed that beillM H hla life aa an eccentric unmarried no H blcman he alao had an existence aa it H tandon shopkeeper, with a wlfo and H famllr H Thomaa Chartei Druce waa the nania H of the shopkeeper who...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

"? ft. t C0 Al-i V I LLE Tim es Su pplem ent. I ' Vol. V, CnAI.VIM.K, UTAH, JUNK 17, . No. 19. J MISSIONARY LKTTUK. MnrtiM , Coin , Junu -I, I MM Khitou'i'iium. r.eliiii,Mliiil ntir n-atfia uouMhe lutrraatril In renilliiu n lea lim-almm 'I nnt whoupeil In live In l.clr liililai, I I pen Ihedillowiui: Mnoe writing inv la.t N'ltiT In I'm 1iun. I IiihimIiiiiu 11 ureal ileal ol traiel llii", liu itiiX n nil il mini" Nl) nillea mii I rtlt (UK), nml Hint, too, pIiivk Hie Ural nl - lehruiiry. A ("''ija alter writing my U l.i.l Kill r In i It-rC I!. .MtCh-llaii JJ T Hill III) Pl'lf If' T .Nl'brB.ka, haiuij I.TII MMll tl.HI' III liH'll II l that tll'l.l. Our ilratHiippliiuphicowniiiiiiiall ' rall.il III fcitiiii IH'll" "iIIm oier the ' line, tlrrt wu met with tin4"! nitie-p. r Mi-til III ull cleieli mi vllliit. uti'l "ilil lj Unit ninny Imnka. 1'iniplermneaal rna S llllwii mile to lie-ir n p. k. Tim FJ IIU'l'tlllL' WITH Well llltllllllll Hllil IfiKnl M ntlriitlnii kIvpii. 3 Alter belli,; In ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

H LED A DOUBLE LIFE. H A CURIOUS CASE WHICH IB BX- H C1TINO ENGLAND. BBI rri lht rkn of fnrlUii.l Alt T. C. BB lrrf Urnr llMeeniUMi to tmj BBHB tlalm la Ihe lliknloin The awrel Bh fNB of tb moit In teretllng lawtulla thai Kngllah tourti have ever had to deal with U now In irogrct In Bng Unit and will In all probability be fought front court to court consum Inn perhapa years of time and roll H Hon of money Tho great dukedom 1 tt Portland with an Income of tl MO H 000 a year Is the subject of dlsput and 1 the allegations rondo by the plaintiff, If 1 sustained will rote! th moit extra- H ordinary I)r Jckyll and Mr lljrda ei H Istcnce that lina ettr come to light HHHJj The duke of I ortland whoae allege 1 BBHI double life la now to b Inveallgated H waa the aecond rleheat peer In I ng H land, and It la claimed that Icsllc BBHJ hla life an eccentric unmarried no HBHJ blcman ho alio ha I an eilitence aa HBHJ tondon ahopkeepcr with a wife an) BHHn famllr BHHf Thomaa Chirlea Druco waa the na...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

ItS en FOURTH OF JULY I lib Comes but once a year, and ft WE WTIvIv i UilE! : COALVILLE ' Grand Military Parade I Headed by the Goddess of Liberty, escorted by Uncle I Sam and Cuba, and other new and novel features, i ' including Bicycle Brigade, etc, etc. I ! Indoor Exercises, Oration and Musical Program. I SPORTS! SPORTS! I Horse Racing, Bicycle Racing, Foot Racing, Base- f ball, Cricket, etc i etc, foi which CASH PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED. Children's Dance in the I afternoon, Grand Ball at night, I Grand Pyroteehnie Display at Night "Watch for Program next Week i I

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

I EXFANSfONOF EMPIRE. H Ex-Jtidfic Tree Pictures the Future Policy of H the United States. Old Ideas arc H Out of Date. H Hi-Judge ImbTt Tree. Democrat, BV ti1rnt of affairs iinil former mlntaUr H lo ItuMla, li ouUpoken In behalf of an BW overturning of tho uadltlonAl "lola- 1 lion' poller of th United Slate, lit HHn believe ibtt Dew er'a victory hai H (brown into (he bamta ot (hit country H i opportunity which ebould not be H overlooked vo extend Hi commercial M and maritime power. Asked what lie H considered wire eome of tho more lm- H portent qntloni thus far iuggeled m l.y the war, Mr. Tree aaM to a Chicago 1 MPT H ' The loile of the war which require M thr lelaur of Manila and l'aetUi Hleo m vlll be apt to bring (be United Statu M fn lo fan with new queatloa In re- M nurd to the future poller which ought M to rontrol (be government In IU Inter- H national relatione. It la may in tinder- H Btund bow Ibe etateanien who were m guiding the atepa of the republic In the M Infmry of I...

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