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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

niotCnrofor Cornimptlon l.tbebeit I Cher ta., AturmR'ft, iW IopnUr air may bocalchltig but It take t good tin tu bold thotn I 1 V hat yon Hill mm with eveey circuit A Dock of reindeer I I Mr. lTlMtlv'a ..lklwg nrrwa. I rr,tiltdr.nWtltff.Mrta.OettMe red... I.Oim. 1 MU.ftU;lBBrtiiU4tU.MMtUfttU. J Antwerp It Uio principal market of Jltl-i glum for paint, mid oolur I rdur.t Tone Howell Willi riecareti. I Candy (.thirile mre coo.tipaiioa torerer Ifcisrc III. i l-r.lldrucrMe rtlunJtnooiy , The catacombs rf l'arlt contain tbo ro majne of about Hoc) perron. I Orange flomr Tuln Lulu chewing grnn Mtflne I Vr anl eTTrywhefc'tvn.l It Oolden Uwtetl and Silver MoonarthT leading high grades pent cigar. QatlloT 1 tbetn j After a man bat nude bit pile be believes In hlaiMlf in.tewd of luk .. . Nn-To-ll.c for nily tent., aaartetted. bateobtblt rare make, week ' I mfo,jiroaf btcawlpttTti Mu It. All drtttii ' Time It ueually lively when men attempt I to kill It ' A latlh with l08M0ltTTTritMlt.!v RU U e...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 17 June 1898

H (J0ALV1LLE TtiOC. Hj coiLvtt.Lic.onn, JtWE immi. H f,Jc lrffy)K). Bwrtcc tad Hmajar. Tilt u 4 gretk Mayday demontlre- H lioaoverlattlnllU. ttendedkycrowB. B Ink lkyJ5oeen ol Hay. H JtrHtmii thil thi FMitth o Joly WWM r-ofati bo I one a yur, 'n't tach tote H aa trie famine fourth not once Id a H ctatary. Lei oi celebrate It acconsgly. H Tax eer-mltlie oo flnmce will Inge B is tppf l to the pob Ic Icr fand, ind H Ut Ihe r ipcnie be a prompt tnd a geairosi cni. ITorrth for Ihe Fourth! H Kow Ihtt tb boad ittue la etiored fl b1 they ere raining ibort ( bli ban H (or ippolntrr rst, the itretlgy board will hih to "lint," and we may look fer H lone fighting tnd war bcwi toon. H Tot patriotism Coalville betdi bir H awn. Wlthl. 0. Evaai, a Coalville Hj boy, whoitarted (or 6aa "rancltco yei- H terdeytojoln the cavalry, the Modi H fait aeo, good iod,'troo, to the front, all! mmW el wheat will be btard from. What a H great handshaking will take place be- H tweea oar boyi whin Ur. Zviaijomi H t...

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. — 24 June 1898

I The Oqalyible Times. I PATliONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. I DBJVXDT3DX3 TO THUD iKTHKmaTSOP Striutirr OOTnuTTY. MEE CHHABE OF SILWl, IB TO HE "OL V , COALVILLE, SUMMIT COUNTY, UTAH, JUNE 34, 1898, 30 jJR THE COUNTY NEWS! gathuhuo uv oun albhtcor-I , insi'oramNTB. 1 Ttr Ivrtila flf III. Ytr.l. flulll N.llj ' K'ttw 1HI1 III MuiiiimII rnonlr-nliat ' I Ili lliHr.V llrprr.ttilalltM II... 1 I .mi..i in ilia .M..ml. I I ri in ' !' , t'uh, .lum-tr.', IM 1 I . Tn . .li mi Ii iirou:iHMiiihli'i iinkin;! 1 1 1 '1 1 urn eforMiii.i'tlinv Income. I 1 n Imr I ililMltii mid (UffurlliK I I . nli the iiwa-lw: tliei- ure h i-uiei I 1.1 1....1 itlly. I I A plrtel truer I. Mux mail uruno J llii tHi( Sjcl'ly lot, nut) will glvo the (1m- 11 l-ller iiprariitH-r. I O-rnr VVllVim lioi several rertianters at work mi It 1 tinn stori", ttml the ork will I ru lil until llie bul1lri(r IrHimnli'trtl Tli" piesent unitii wilier lus bien just tin- Until (or gantrns iinJ liilJ cr pi Thi Ian I l now prllltiK dry nil imnnilml I...

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. — 24 June 1898

H OOAIiVILLE TIMES Bfl mn rniuiD' eo. B DOALVU.LB, UTAH, UTAH NEWS. BBl Fishing parlle are nil the rage Id BBb tkelelnllyofMnrynle, H Knlltlng of men UH continue at B Tort Donglat Hardly ft day passe, BB) hut that new namei are added. BB The Itah I're AwMlUen ha do- M elded to attend the Tran-Mlsllppl H eiposltlon at Omaha July II. IJandH. BB Arrangement Iwm- been etjmpleled B for the holding "f a nniimr titillate M aUatih- 1I. .Hi luiifj: . Jw. JO and B Jnly 1 BBf A redden! nt ranirnlirh. who U TO B rears f age, ha.t hi. leg mitnled fl and will recover notwithstanding lilt H extreme age BBl The famous Astnr bsllery, which was equipped lijr John Jamb AaWsr, passed through Halt Lake, tnnraUi for IB Ian 1 ranclMo, Sunday. BBV A eivurd UUlIx praeentad to Itnslgn BB I'carson I tah'a rprntatlv in the BBB battlo of Manila. Kodgn Pearson tailt from Draper. Htlt Lake coenty. B ChIIi' Dal hat a an InhaMlant a Batnotn lalander, who ha Jwtt aame U B IhUatata with Abtnado (linen, whntiat been t...

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. — 24 June 1898

BALLOONS IN THE NAVY, M How They May Be Used for the Purpose of H Spyiiijj on the Enemy Great Aid H to tlic Admirals of Plccts. HK1 nalloens are sola to play an lm- JK poiust part In the work or our nary H$ around Cuba, tad wch day of delayed g action will make them more nrdfl r In observing in Spaniard's strength- K nd Hum o( ilofens. HJ The tirtuous waterways and tho i' generally land-locked nature of the H. harbor, their narrow fortified en- p) tranees, and the excellent retreat the K't lde reaches of water offer to their K ships make II linperstlve that we baTO K tome fairly aafe and reliable rnesns of Hp making reeonnolsssnce of the Span- tarda' position. The lighting tops. yes, eten the maMheada, are of little - avail for obaenatloa at the distances K Imposed by the watchful batterloa of H Hit enemy, and the captive balloon j ) solves the dlRlculty Tbla la cs m pcelally o where blah prornontorlea B like thoie of Pantlago de Cuba and San Juan completely shut out the harbor from...

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. — 24 June 1898

gBnnnf ' H FOR BOYS ANlToiRLal BOMB OOOD BTOnlRB FOR OUR BBB JUNIOR READERS. H rh Ilanjr'a Ooini Ihlldrrn'e Hone f H alp In ChlMl.h I jea Th Origin- H al Slanieae Tl Thalr Heronry mill H Ho Tim for Tronlde. H Ain't not no llm. far treuMe-fsr nifti' 1 III sale M YWth Hula wilier basket that la writ- H lln' wlih I ha ImIii BBBj An' tha rlvtr laaks Infill ft', an' H'a atiady aa kin t H n' frr all lha nih lhal'a Mltn'. thai"! a B nah 'II wall fer ral BBBJ lxn by th river BlB Idle la like a sonr, BJ An lha yaller pefeh air bltln' Bj Tn reay mornln longl BBBl Ain't got no lint fer trwola far wealh- BBBj era mighty flnt, BBBB An' ! m lha Kami wilggt en Iht fur M o lha Ha H fha meekln' MM ajr slngln' In tha ties- H Boms cream', H tint Hi lt h weather's brlniln' la 1 lh cork a-goln' down! H Down l.jr lha river M IJf I Ilk a m, B An' lh yallar rli air bltln' M Tha rear rmrnln' lonal H -Atlanta Ounitllutlon B Tli Oatfll. H Three or four flannel ahawli, About H thlrtr Inches square and bound wi...

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. — 24 June 1898

FORWOMANAIfDnOJIE ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. m .Tot., of r..hlon llrnul riati Iron!. ilotf Tartana rolal. of rtl qattlo I'la-Money for Women autl CIlrL The Cli..rful dirt. A Uaot of lllao. In olden daye, fori ladya ptalee, A knight Kent forth to war With anna complete, hi charger fleet. And pennon fluttering far, Wall on tha (laid of blatoned ehleld llunr. pure ami fair to view. A atmpla band frotn woman' hand A tiny knot of blu, A trua knot, a blue knot. A lover'a knot of blue DM foemen bold, or robber rold, Or rayntm blade appear. Tor Ood. St. Clair anil lady fair" Want forth the rlnglnc cheer. Mid waapona' flaah and doaieiilns claah, Aa mm and Wait ha le. An omen cl.ar danced aver near A tiny knot of blue. A true knot, blue knot. A lover's knot of blue. , L'K.NVOI. To-dar your knlaht geea forth to flsM, , Oh, Iot, my love, o true; ood (Irei him Brace hie foea to (aca her parent If tue young lady come to the door herself, should he gty her a card or enrdi for all, or...

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. — 24 June 1898

I BLOCKADE "RUNNING H An B.xcitinn nnd Daiifjerous Game for Hi()li H Stakes How It Is Played. BBl In th abtenee of new of eagage- HBJ sents wllh tho gpanlh (qutdron, pu- HBl lie attention hM been Ingaly oecupled HH with storle of the blockade established HB off Cuba. Tho dlspslche litre told of HBl (he capture of blockade runner, of th HBl excitement attending tho eliM nd tho HB method cmp'oied, of lb character ami HBl valu of th) prlte. of tho sleepless HBl vigilance observed on tho blockading HBl blpo. of tho all but Impossibility of m- HBl capo of Incoming or outgoing vessels HBl engaged In tho aervlco of tho enemy HBl The creation of a blockade If an In- HBl ltlel measure In naval wtffare. It woo HBl tho flrit undertaken lr tho admlnlslra- HBl tlnn In 11(1, and by President MeKln- HHj ley In tho preeent war. Tho condltloni HHg as thsy oilaled thin, and now, aro to- HH tallr different. There la an Impeccable HBl wall alone the Cuban watert main- HH talned by a tumtlent fore of er...

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. — 24 June 1898

' rnr Ma. Haw few frankly and BoaeeUy mo. .'. n. l"!LOWB " Th,y m. Mt thell guilt. They , , r, . mlM,1Jr h Sweuaee for ,,-, , ,,, 1(r.t? and aubtlety or I.. . mpur, tba aat ural w.akn,,, . thr,r own mMt IU unfavorable clrciniatancaa In wnlca they ware placed, are all plead ai cuaea for their rlns. and hu the poj. blllty of repen'anre la precluded tot until a man tak hla am to himself, ui he acknowleuV. that he atone It guilty, ha cannot ha humbled, uii con acciuenlly cannot be taved Till thou accua- tby.alf, and thyself only, an feel that thou alone art rnnonalbla for alt thin Ingratitude, (here la no hope of tbv ! If " J; Haifa t'alarrl. Cum I Is taken Internally. l'rlccTfto. I a-lKrhlllppKwMitadallvniltAUaaaiwth-1 I wostof Hoet Kong. Tree friendship. Ilka phnspiroa, shows fi up bait at the darkest Inur i Pw boltha of I'leo'e Cure for Consussp- lion cured in. of a bad lon triuble, Mrs. ' J. Kkhol, I'rlnceaoo. la I ManhM, ltot, , ' A onoJaatged knlfo grind r ha taught a Newfoundland...

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. — 24 June 1898

H COALVILLE TIMES. H COALVltXK.UTAU, JDKK,WI. H r. U, rtHVUO, JBwirtar ut Uuuiv. B tbk paukfue. tpM Tbt following frtaalhtpen el Jod H 0,1' Ooo.UltollktltLitTtlV B ibould t till nj retpoadad a- ""'' H Thitlia hurt breaking abjalli H deetrulng calamity IV '", hoP" B open oar eltter city ' ' " fallen H Itnminte loin k a'arliy' Puk H and In many oar ve !" luatalntd, H rtUtlrtlr miv .eiwbere the lone are H tuiod that it niuat be born to B home ' tbey represent lh Ulllr B BtU Jo ll ol poor teil. Thi Lagefl W .tymil'tucelt lor all thepii- H . (bully which ell lb pwpUel H thli region can Uilaw. Five J" C H th. burden would not hive been bill H to hard to bear, for all the ilrong mm H who wanted work toaad It there. Maw H meay have gone away and ara ilrug- H gllng U olhtr alaeit for m)loraitnt. H Miny of tha familial olthtit wtrelill H Id tba llulehoaiei of tba Park, and new Ihoewhoinil are ewett away. The H apral fee help la Imperative ill will be H wanted along all tba Hon ol peoplt'i H a...

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. — 24 June 1898

I Coalville Times Supplement. H Vol. V, COALVILLE, UTAH, JUNK 34, iboS. . Ko. . I JULY 4, 1898 H TO BE CELEBRATED H IN COALVILLE. m Sports, Firoworku, Ball M and Many Other At- M 'tractions. H Following is the program aud H order of exercises to be carried M out in Coalville ou the coming H Fourth ot July: H PROGRAM. H Thirteen gum nt sunrise, fol- H lowed by raising of Flag. . M ,8:30, Music by Coalville Baud. H 'o:oo, Salute of three guns ns a H sigunj far citizens to assemble H at flag to form procession. H Grand military parade at 9.30. H OKDltll 01' l'ROCKSSION. H Flag bearer and two guards Hj mounted, H Mayor mid City Counail. H I3oat containing Goddess of 1 Liberty, Uncle Sam, Cuba H and John Hull, with appro- Hj priatc, flags. , H Children with bauners and H small flags. HM Coalville Brass Hand. yM Company of Infantry. HH Company of Battery. M Rough Riders, U. S. V. H Bicycle Brigade, followed by H Hicyclc Brigadiers H KXTKA ATTRACTION. H Through the efforts of the com- j rn...

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. — 24 June 1898

Tha Colotirntlon. Tlie 1'otif Hi of July enmrnlttt die meeting with eneourairetnent, ail It la an aiturinl Inet that the cell hralloii will be a MittoMfiiloiinfruniim-ry xHnt ol ylew The ureal low Ht l'.itk City Ima occttpleil thtf ihIikIk olotircltltene 'r a few ilayt. kiiiI nt Hut, tluew quite it wet blanket uu thr onlliuilmm , but noting la bravely the eltltena ul that oarup ro luretliiu their nncrio.oml with itbatemiratfo luey are putting their houlilcre to thn wheel, our people have again talon heM o( the oomlnK celebra lion wlllnplrlt. A Urn numWr Irnm the atrlcken camp bml IiiivihImI JotnlnK uion that day, ai well an many (iciiu other Hiliita ul the county. mlevrn yet, with all their aiMeil buriletia, many will come flnm I'artt Olty, for they are ple wbo cannot tupprera their en thuilaitn, uinler any clrouimuiirM. In a wonl, they are Weiterlieri 8oIm celebration will be oarrlrJ out on the Knot lint prupim.il, ainl thla Jay, In thiiyoar, will im uui that will be m iiieitiberri...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 24 June 1898

The CoALtiLLE Times. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. I r33TVOTB!X) TO THH1 XKTJggBaoBTB or STJMTuEXT OOTJ-lsrrY. FREE COINAGE OF SILVER, 18 TO MB VOL V COALVILLE, SUMMIT COUKtY, OTAH, JULY i, 1898. No 31 jH THE COUNTY NEWS! I i'iui, l'tiu, Mali, June 'J.i, imiN KdiioiiTiuw: Mri., Ilncliel M. Mile kiI li.aW. Mltca wenl to Salt I1I11' Uny mi rw .ly. BlirrllTUndHiy nml 1MI ur I'l. 11 .1. ( 0 jalr lit' en mmiu li..i.ri fn IVuii . 1 Monday. Arlluir M.txnell nttil wlrrw Jnnrn ennreiittlliiEiii (Kakc-t (emo ! t. plicolliaole 'mia linn In fruiil nl it town lot Dirt, Juim'.' IRM, Anna Smm-i eil34)fir. Tli U y una n 1 nli . fjfttleii, mi 1 1.11110 tulliit rimiliv nl n three ji-itn ,;, nn I lint liceti it'k in ol tlm lima llnce Iter tin Itnl licit; 'lh lanrr.il trrrlcr will be l 1.1 tlit- u -i-t noon. Prom tliu outlook nt tlio i risen I turn l'on will nol!niNinuclio(ncc!i'tirntloii on Inilcpenilciuo Div, 1111J It will ben RO-ii-)oil-i!i'inlTiilrczreit thnt llio-e will lie n tlaiwa In tlm nflemoon (or...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 24 June 1898

Hf COALVILLE TIMES BBBBV nxzs nmuiaivs co. M OOALVHXM, UTAH. LBBBY I M UTAH NEWS. H The hsy crop of Dirl county H lolTcre I considerably from a Mfitt H rainstorm iiu the Xlnl. BJB The grand lodg or Ulnh, Knight H nf 1'rllilnt tvnln MMkmln Salt tali B "II; the flrat of Utl mk, H On Wednesday. July 6 tho ol.I folk B f Davis ami Salt Lakeeountle will BBBj be given a day t the Lagoon. H V itoiiilhurat caused ili Price river H in I Will ffCrah tnrlM to the danger H point the taller part of the week H Many new building are going up In H Huntington an4 the town seem tube H in ioying a substantial building boom H The new troop for Captain Oslne.' B avalry hav tueoewfiitly passed the B al rxamlnallon nml are no it full- H InU-r 1 avalrymen B The 'reretary of the Interior hit H irlerel patented loth Union I'aelfle B 'allway a lltt of land containing JO0 H ir-re m the Salt Lake City district. H Vows ha been received of the H Irownlngnf Henry lthodr, a young Hj nan formerly a resident of Lehl H...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 24 June 1898

THE L'OUJITII OF JULY r j DinTMDAY OF THE CWEATEBT OF NATIONS. Why rery I'alrlnllK American Hhool.l lejalc anil III'.-. Thanks HUInrr ( tlia lleeUrslltiu of IntleiH-uileucs Us nttoers. One hundred nud twenty-ono years go the Ml rouK In Independence hall la Philadelphia. To llio uulnltluled It ,, THOMAS JKIVEIIKON renled Iti sonorous notes (or some un- known purpose To thou- who, breath- lees, were waiting (or the sound. It told ' tbo newt that liberty bad shaken off her ihacklM In the Dew world, that die bad taken her rightful place and 1 that hereafter the people would ac- , knowledge the power of no ruler except iuch aa might he choien by them , selves. 11 wn a curlotia scene In that 7 atald old Quaker town, tbo hut place . In too colonies where one would have ., impeded a epark would ho Riven birth ; to light freedom's torch throughout the j, western hemisphere. i V It aa on the seventh day ot June. ta 177C, that the delcgntea from tbo colo- nice lilting In congress In Philadelph...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 24 June 1898

BBBBBBjonBBBBjBBBBBBjBjBBBBBBBj f PAIUTAND GARDEN.' Hf MATTCna OP INTBRCST TO BBB AGRICULTURISTS. BBB; - rn-to-Iat Uinta Akoal Col- B tltatlna of Ih. Doll anil Tlrlilr H Thrreof Itsrllrattarr, tltleetlar aad B llorUallarat BBB Nik Zralanil Dairy Mtn. B Carl W Sorensen. Dairy Instructor. BBB New Zealand, amongst other matter. BBB reported, says; B Ovrr-ltlenIng Crenm This U an- BB other fault still frequently net with BB for which the factory manager alone BB la responsible To keep cream for two BBB days during warm weather at a tern- BBB peralure adore U dear cannot bare any BBB other reault hut over-rlpencse, tn con BB nectloa with this queatlon, I hal two BB sample of butter analysed one made BB from cream ripened mildly In elithteen BB to twanly bourn, the other from cream BB aubjectn to forty-eight boura' ripen BBB lag. The sample from mlldlr ripened BBB cream contained 0 9 per cent, of casein, BBB while the over-ripened ssuiplo contain B ed 111 percent. As the keeping qual Itr ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 24 June 1898

SCIENTIFIC TOPICS. CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOV ERY AND INVENTION. The nifgrtt Camrre Ittf tlnlll Tlkn iku nit br rit ri A New Ulna fof DM I, h .y Wrluui IariUt.t. To Ita Tf.lh I Ike 1 rarlt. The reckless manner In which most leoplo (tun their teeth It enough lo nak their wont enemy remonstrate with them Tho nre of the teeth should bo begun In babyhood a wit tootbbruih being used twice a day by whoever ha rare of the Infant At oon a the flrtt teeth looeen the child hould be taken to a denllat to remove them, to the new teeth will have room After this periodical violin ahould be made to the dentlat A child ahould never be allowed to bite bread or crack nuta with tils teeth for It la likely to chip the enamel The teeth to bo kept In proper order and to look while and Immaculate ahould not pnly be brush ed night and morning but after every mcnl In the day The toolhbnuh must bo rather bard end you must provide younelf with two or lliree of various shapes, so as to keep the leeth In prop er c...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 24 June 1898

Hf PAUSE AND GARDEN. MATTERS OP INTEREST TO H' AGRICULTURISTS. m me rp-io-nnt mm Atxm cat- H tlrallon of ths Hall Hurt TleM H Thereof Dortleatlara, tllleallar ead H alorleallar, H New Inld Dairy WUHnm. H Carl W. Sorenscn. Dairy Instructor, H New Zealand, amongst other matters H reported, says: H Over-IUicnlng Cream Thl U an- j othtr fault still frequently met with H for which the factory manager atone j la responsible To keep cream for two H dan during warm weather at a tera- H perature store 5t deg. cannot bate any H other rnult hut over-rlpencs. In eon- H ncctlon wllh thla question. 1 had two H samples of butter analysed one mado H from cream ripened mild! In eighteen B to twenty hours, the other from cream H subjected to forty-eight hours' ripen- H log. The sample from ralldly-rlpeoed H' cream contained 0 9 per rent ot casein. H while the over-rlpened urn pie contain- B ed I II per rent. A the keeping qua!- Ily of butter depends Uriel on the amount of casein It contains. It will ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 24 June 1898

-I llleeBBBleB SCtfENmTOPICS. CURRENT NOTES OP DISCOV ERY AND INVENTION. tli. Blfirtt Canter CTtr Until Takee run nit hf rit. ri A Hid for Dh la tli Ita.y Wrloo. la-eBtUne. To Ilava Te.th Ilk fearl. The reckless manner In which most leoplo abuie their teeth l enough to naka their wortt enemy remonstrate eltb them The rare of the teeth thould tie begun In babyhood a oft toothbrush being uted twice a day by whoovcr hs tare of the Infant Ai toon na the flrtt teeth looeen the child houli lie tAken to n dentist to remove them, so the new teeth will have room After thla periodical vlelts should be made to the ilentltt A child ihould never be allowed to bite bread or crack nula with hi teeth for It la likely to chip the enamel. The teeth to be kept In proper order and to look white and Immaculate, thould not pnly be bruih ed night and morning, but after every mml In the day, Thajoothbruah muitj btlSjrtira8n':yWmuTtrprojldeJ Vu V. COAI.VIU.K, UTAH. JUI.Yl, IKiaJ, No 21 V " NOTICE. $ .-. . A...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 24 June 1898

I M IE EVOLUTION IF HE fill 1 W -. ' For Centuries Before the Christian Era They Were I " Used Egyptians and the Military Mast. I i'. 'Am a place of peril toe flitilng (op ot of a Modern man-of-war la the mart H fa oipot.! petition In heated action, H , cut OS M IU occupant ar fron all H ,, sheltering armor and poised high and H M clear a n tamptlng target for an sn- H ray quick-firing anna. It that H , nt let totn away aad ewpt over- H , board by tb ttnpat of anal! bll H , that snip of to-day can bring to btar H t upon uaarmortd paila nf a to, anil H lt ,th brave defenders mwt an to cr- H lt tain dtath without tb thane of a bit H ct of floating aMir. an In th oldin day, H i to hold thorn up till aurcor mm nf- 1 M 'tar tin flam rath of con flirt. H l i The etory of th fighting top reach Hj a war hack centurle More tha Cbrla- H r 'ln W '"' lck " "' earlleat B j illmo when war craft might pardonably H - be called hlp by virtue of thalr aiio- H I csaf ill struggle with wave mid tern- B...

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