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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 March 1909

I I L I r Mr Barnes American I Br h Archibald Clavering Gunter J ASequel to Mr Barnes of New York JII AulJiorof Mr Dame of New York Mr Potter of Tex > r That Frenchman Etc Copyright 1907 DoddMrad k Co N Y f SYNOPSIS m ft Burton II Barnes a y9h3 Ameilcan touring Corsica jgalUa the young ling I J llsh HcuteniiUuCvaid j Gerard Anstruth 1 pr iiiiil H < i Corsican bride Marina 7 ter iWlK + ter of the faults from the mur nerous Vendetta understanding that his ruward Is to be the hand of tho girl he loves Enid Anstitither sister of the Eng lish lieutenant The four fly from Ajac cio to Marseilles on board the French steamer Oonslantlnc The vendetta pur sues and as the qimitet are about to board the train for London at Marseilles MarIna Is handed u mysterious nole which causos hei to collapse and necessi S tales a postponement of the journey t Barnes and Enid are married Soon utter their wedding Barnes bride dis appears Hill ties discovers she has been kidnaped and taken to Corsica The...

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. — 25 March 1909

= Ward you believe that 73 per cent of our cratch work la the repair of damage done by I lRMmp tant workmen bofora the watches + ere brought to us 7 Our workmen are ell poet who have epent yaars In becoming proficient Ve uaraniea their wok STACLIAHlD 1062 170 MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY UTAH Adilce 11 to patents l t I PATENTS ability ud Procedure JAIi FREE upon rcqntit 5J ketch and description of year hmntion Harry J Robinson Attorney al Law and Solicitor at Patent 3045 Jndit Building Silt Lake City I I How We Learn Art la 1 long life short Judgment dif ficult occasion transient To act Is any to think Is hard to act according to our thought Is troublesome Every beginning IB cheerful the threshold la the place of expectation Tho boy stands astonished hid Impressions I guide him he learns sporfully seri ousness cornea on him by surprise Im itation la born with USj what should lie imitate Is not easy to discover excellent Is rarely found Tho more rarely valued The height charms us I the ste...

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. — 25 March 1909

SACK ACHE Usually The Iroubles to t Pain In the In j tho kid = = coys In most c t points to d ot a spo d nedy to re and cure the stlon or In flammation of tho kidneys that Is In terfering with their work and causing that pain that makes you say f 4 Oh my back Thompson Wat kins professional nurse 420 N 23d 1 1 St Parsons Kans Bays For some time I was an noyed with sharp twinges across the mall of my back and irregular pas sages of tho kidney secretions Since using Doans Kidney Pills I am free from these troubles Sold by nil dealers GO cents a box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y INADEQUATE I l I i 4 Doctor Monlc Did those mustard k plasters that I left seem to relieve tho pains In your chest to any consider able degree Ostrich Well no I cant say that they have but apologetically Ive eaten only five of them I COVERED WITH HIVES I I Child a Mass of Dreadful Sore Itch ing Irritating Humor for 2 Months t Little Sufferer In Terrible Plight Disease Cured by Cutlcura My six year old daughter ha...

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. — 25 March 1909

r T r 1 J Dont Fail to Bee the Electric Theater Showe g changes JVANnjek I Local Jots A daughter was born to Mrs Wm Warner Wednesday Anyone desiring to buy gravel from I the Martell lot may havo it for 1 per single bed load See D A Stone Gesli Budverson Jvho has been work ing for some time at Winter Qunrters has now moved his family up there too Rev Theo Lee has just completed a neat little bungalow on his premises one block east of the Central meeting house Moroni Hicks hat sold his residence in the Fourth ward to Will Lewis Mr Hicks interest being in southern Nov adit he will move hill family down there Mrs Swvarer Johnson extends her sincere thanks to all those who so kindly assisted and aided her during the sickness and death of her beloved husband r Prohibition will not prohibit you I from buying a good buggy to take your wife or sweetheart out in we have the kind that takes Nebo Imp lement Co If you want to know how to make an old buggy run like a new one you should call and s...

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. — 1 April 1909

NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscrjpiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance > V = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 4 f t a T5 j THE SPANISH FORK PRESS T A J 2 4 f = = = = = = = = I I VOL VIII NO 11 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY APRIL 1 1900 at Untrred Spanish Fob Fork 21 1902 Utah na Bocondclnss Act of Congress matter March post 3 Office 1879 t I n r Who Said Better it i t It pays to trade with the World Drug i Co all other arguments to the con y trary notwithstanding CITY PRICE WORLD PRICE 5100 Hoods Sarsaparilla 79c I 100 Native Herb Tablets 85c 100 Peruna 85c I Vf 100 San Curo for Rheumatism 79c 1 100 Hailers Bitters 79c 100 Monarch Bitters 79c 100 Ayers Sarsaparilla 79c 100 California Catarrh Cure 79c i 100 Swamp Root 85c f 100 Hallers Sarsaparilla 79c i 100 Pierces Favorite Prescription 85c 100 Beef Iron and Wine 69c 100 Peroxide of Hydrogen full pounds 65c 50 Peroxide of Hydrogen halfpounds 35c 25 Peroxide ...

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. — 1 April 1909

TilE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JBW8BN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS Several cases of smallpox devel oped In Layton tho past week A complaint has been filed against threo young mon of Mendon for throwing red popper about and trying to break up a dance An additional rural free delivery route will be established by the post office department from Logan Cache county on May 1 It Is annqunced that the plant of the Amalgamated Sugar company at L < i Grande Ore Is to be moved to Ogden next season The people of South Wlllard nfij working with tho railroad company to get a switch between the Utah Hot Springs nnd Willard Tho question of Murray acquiring ownership of the electric light and water system of that place Is again agitating the minds of the city of ficials T J Campion while confined in the city jail at Ogden attempted suicide opening tho arteries of hU right wrist with H penknife but his actions were noticed In time to savo his life Oho hundred and ten thousand dol l...

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. — 1 April 1909

rfl T J SHAPING ofK CAREER I By GEORGE T PARDY I John Wilson Murray in an Unusual Achievement f jjHEN the Chevalier DupIn the unequaled I I solver of weird mys W tories made his first bow to the public Introduced by tho k R a skillful hand of Ed v I t gar Allan Poe he be i t came at once tho ac cepted type of the detective of fiction ltd Nor has this type v changed to any great extent since It was set forth In the person of the hereof the Murders in the Rue Morgue Still T doth Sherlock Holmes lurk In the darkened precincts of his superheated rooms consuming tobacco and dally ing with the Insidious delights of opium at times taking refuge In the profound silence for which Poes astute analyst was noted and emerg i ing from his reveries master of a new set of brilliant deductions warranted t to furnish a key to the secrets of any criminal case presented for his consid I eration And even as Holmes followed In the footsteps of Dupln countless hordes of imitators camp upon the trail of Ho...

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. — 1 April 1909

l i 3 TIME t TABLE SOUTHHOUND I No GIPor PaJaon Sanlaquln and Los Angeles C8 pm No MFor rujrion fJephi and ManU 114 > arr ntlNOHTIlHOUND NOHTIlHOUND No 1For Provo PI Orore Amer is Iran Fork Lehl Mercur Skit Lake 1157 am No GfFor Provo Halt Ialre and 01ForIntermedtlle point 330 pm Palatial train are now runntntr dally be n tworn Bait Lake and the IaolHo Coast 4 UTAH COUNTY It I In direct touch with two a treat oltlen host local train service J II nunTNiB District Passenger Agent N PKTXRIEN Depot Ticket Agent vt s D OENVEIW J06RANDE 10 GRAND W Arrival and departure ot trains from Depot Mo 1Ior SprlnfftllleProvaSaU Lake and all points eaitand west 8a0am I No ForSpringvine ProvoSalt Lake and all points east and weit3 pm No 8For Eureka Mammoth and Sil ver City fl27pm No 8For Eureka Mammoth and Sit ver City 915um 1 Connections made In Ogden Union depot with all trains of Southern Paolflo and Oregon Short e Line OFFERS CHOICE OF a FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY s3 AND 7UHEE DISTINCT SCENIC R...

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. — 1 April 1909

MOST 0 DISASTROUS YEARJN THE HISTORY OF THEWOKLD NETEEN HUNDRED AND T nULl EIGHT the most terrible r Jj M year Of disaster In the his fJ tory of the modern world Thnt Is the black record which Time has entered In his books for the year which has just closed A quarter of a million people destroyed In awful I catacylsms billions of dollars worth 11 of property wiped out of existence a sum of pain and human anguish which can never be expressed In words or llgures such Is the balance which must be carried to the debit Hide of the worlds account books The mention of the word catastro phe will of course bring the thoughts of every one bock to the great Italian earthquake the greatest single dis aster In the worlds history a tragedy which cost 125000 lives and wiped out I of existence great and historic cities In the shadow of that terrible holo a caust the world has failed to realize that It was merely the climax of along I long series of horrors which followed f one on the heels of the o...

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. — 1 April 1909

r it IA pt Mr Barnes Y American Dr y Archibald Claming Gunter A Sequel to a l µ Mr Barnes of New York JII MF Author of Mr Darner of Nw York ° Mr Pollr of Tea y Tht Frenchman Etc Copyright 10OT Dodd Mead d Co N Y i SYNOPSIS Y durum If Homos a wenlthy Atnorlcnn touring 1ornlcn rescues tha young gill > Huh Itciitiimnt Rdwnnl Gerard AiiHtruth > er and hlA Corsican bride Marina daughter of the InollH from the milr dcruim vendetta undrrHtntullnir Hint Ills reward In to IK tho hand of the girl IIP lovpn Enid Antrutlinr Blntor of the liHR I Bull Iloulciuuit Tlio four fly from AJur tlo lo l MnniiIIIi8 on board lliu French learner Constantlne The vendetta purr sues and no line quartet are about to board the train for Iqticloii at Marseilles Marina IB handed a mysterious noli which causes her to collapse null necessl late a poHtpontinont of the Journey Barnes nml Knlil are married Soon r > nflcr their wedding Humes bride ills apppurH tinmen discovers Kliu linK been Idclnnpoil and take...

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. — 1 April 1909

1 10 CENTS TOSTOP THAT Tell 1 How Easy to Get Relief Instant Re lief from Skin Disease I Is It worth 10 cents to you to stop that awful awful agonizing Itch If you arc afflicted with skin dis ease the kind that seems to bnfllo medical treatment and leaves yoij wild rI I with Hch we hojto you wfU not fa31 to InvebtlRiite it nreoerlpllon wlilch In now recommended by many of the best ikln upcclnllHtn vvn in preference to their own prescription It la the Simple 4n50A ° f wtntrgrcn compound known ru O I IX D 1rpscrlptlon A 10 t4mt ttriL lottlc inunt convince yon that lilt > Itch Is I instantly allayed hy this pr LhiSi Oct n liberal trial botUo or the henllmc noothlnR external remedy D D D ltcrlptionnnd 101 D D II UrC ° V2 Mlc > CTn St Chicago DrnirKlHtH from COAst to coast cnn tell you about D D D IroscripUon WITH MOTHER A CLOSE SECOND r HI you WITllel Wats do matter tl Nuthln Im tralnin for a Mara A thonr rlflI Here Relict f H we must be afflicted with weak sore and inllnmod eyes ...

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. — 1 April 1909

I Doxxt Fail to See the EJletotrrLo Theater Stiows changes a wee 4t 4 1 Local Jots April Fool Mnyor F M Snoll wns In Salt Lake on business Wednesday Francis the 10yearold son of John Tex was quite sick last week Friday night the Benjamin Dramatic Co will present the great melodrama Blow for Blow at the Benjamin Hall Miss Minnie Creer took it run down from Zion last week to visit with her mother She returned to the U of U Sunday afternoon George H Smith of Bingham Junc tion is in town a few days finishing up the carpenter work on Fred Lewis Jrs now dwelling in the Second ward Mrs Andrew Nielsen will leave next Monday night for Los Angeles whcnj she will visit three or four months with daughter Mrs Clara Rayburn Chris Larsen and wife have returned to Spanish Fork from Schofield and he states that he is already busy putting up cement fences lIe has put up a picket fence for Gco W Wilkins John Beugley who was in the St Marks hospital for nearly eight weeks has recovered sufficiently to ...

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. — 8 April 1909

I I I 1 J 1 hr s THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 4 f VOL VIII No 12 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY APRIL 8 1909 Second Class Matter I Delinquent Notice Fluorine Klnorlnn Mlnlnu Compnny principal ool buslnc Spunlnh Park Utah NOTICK Thor > arc tlcllmiucnt < < upon the following Inscribed lock on account assess ment No3 Invlrdon Ihal2lh day ot February IUW the xnvcrul umounth set opposite the tinmen of the reRprctlve shareholders us fol iwa 1 NANE OKKT BIIHS AMT Vt Ailunis 111 100 I I 2 00 WOAdnms 111M I roe 300 1 A Miirtoll M 4 IriX U 3M Itlcbnrd V J Smith IIV A 313 It I 13 V I S Dart 40 1 011 S 011 V 3 Dart 41 i axi s M I S Hart tJ I KM 300 IS Dan 41 i aw 01 ISUnrt I 47 Hit I Kl b 8 Dart di ui 111 W i i Warner t5 7 HIS 15 C3 g r d J If A C J Larsen ler 61 1524 I III 25 II U Hicks 76 10 in SO CO A him Hales US < 1 000 300 Alma lIah H7 h WO tolxl alma Hales 89 < s2 163 I Alma Hales icaK S OKI 100 Arclilo llnles K > I 100 2 00 Fl Howe im fi IXX 10 00 iT Howe 101 I 000 200 K J Howe ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 8 April 1909

I f THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JEN9UM Publisher i rrt I r SPANISH FORK UTAH i I r 411 UTAH STATE NEWS The fiftieth anniversary of tho t r founding of the city of Logon will bo T celebrated on Arbor day The citizens of Fountain Green arc considering thu proposition ot Install I ing a city waterworks system c Preliminary arrangements tiro be ing mode for tho beginning of work on the Utah building at tho Alaska I Yukon Iacllc exposition to be held at Seattle Park City Is to have a Commercial club this being practical decided at n banquet given td seventylive busi ness men of the city one night last week I I Wallace Peterson aged 14 attempt ed to climb upon the car of a trac tion engine at Luvnn fell under tho car and two wheels passed over his I body killing him Instantly Tho Juvenile court commission has appointed Volney C Gun noli of Og den the Incumbent judge of the juvenile court of the second judicial district at n salary of 000 a year In attempting to board the pilot of n movi...

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. — 8 April 1909

r > 1 1 NEWS SUMMARY The town of Lnmnya Cuba has I Dx > n practically destroyed by tiro causing a loss of 500100 The settlement agreed upon the I powers of AustriaHungary and ICu rope of the dispute has been accepted by the Servian government Internal revcune officers liavo seiz ed 0000 barrels of liquor at the Cas cade distillery near Tttllohoma Tenn This number Is said to repre sent halt a million gallons Mamie Kozlowskl aged 8 years died In a hospital at Albuquerque N M as the result of burns she receiv ed when her dress Ignited from a fire about which she was playing Count General KuroUl commander of the first army In the Held against the Russians has retired owing to the expiration of his military term according to advices from Yokohama Michael McKlnna and Alexander Hagan convicts who escaped from the state prison at Folsom Cal last f week were tracked down by blood mounds and are again behind the liars barsThe The bill urged by the labor organi zations of Illinois which ...

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. — 8 April 1909

II II RANGE WAR IN l BIG HORN COUNTY Two Prominent Sheep Owners of Wyoming Murdered in the Night by Masked Raiders Employes of Murdered Men Are Told to Leave the Country and Not Re turn Under Threat of Death After Which the Wagons Are Fired Cheyenne Wyo Another chapter to the bloody range war between the cattlemen and sheepmen for control of tho range for grazing wan written in DIg Horn county lato on tho night of April 2 According to Information just received here fifteen masked horsemen raided tho camp of Allo maud and ICmgo and murdered In cold hlood Joe Allemaml and Joe Kmge wealthy and prominent Bheopmun and Joe Lazier heulor Allemaud and Kmge had located their camp at tho mouth of Spring creek fifty miles southeast of Basin whore they were guarding 2000 sheep The raiders came upon tho wagon on tho south side of tho creek in which two herders were sleeping These men were escorted to the road and told to leave the country and not look back under threat of death A volley fired in...

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. — 8 April 1909

r wrr w J i a v it t 1 f TIME 1 TABLE DUR SOUTHflOUND No 81For rayOn SantRqutn and I Loa Angeles 8SB pm No63Ior Payton Nephl I and Manta V JJatr NOKTHnOUND t TJo 6J For Irovo PLOrove Amer Irnn Fork Lent Mcrcur Salt Lake 1127am No OIFo Provo Salt Luke and Intermediate points 1 30 pm 1alnttat train nro now running dally be tween Salt Iaka and the Paclnc Coast UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two I I treat cities Beat local train service J II UtmTNER District Paucnjrer Agent N PETERBKM Depot Ticket Agent G O TMC dl R 7N JD6RANDE AND rffi GRANDE W It rrhol and departure 01 trains from Depot No 7 ForSprlnffvlllePro oSolt Luke J and all point + cmt and went BlOnm U No20 1orsnrlnKiIllo ProvoSalt Lako and all points east and west 342pm or Uo 81or Eureka Mammoth and SII i vorClty 627pm a No 28 For Eureka Mammoth and Sll vcrOlty 6l5um I Connections made In Osden Unluii depot with k Line all trains ol Southern Pacific and Orcuun Short orruus CHOICE or I j t FAST THROUGH I TRAINS DAILY AND 1...

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. — 8 April 1909

r STORY N I > I i Mr Barnes American Br Archibald Clavcring Gunter A Sequel > Mr Barnes of New Ycrl t i JP Author of Mr names of New York Mr Potter of Teas That Frenchman Etc o Cupjrieht IWT Dodd Mead A Co N T SYNOPSIS Burton TI Darncs a wealthy American y t touring Corslcn roiouen tho young KHR i Hah lieutenant Edward Gerard AnMrtith 1 < or and his Comlcnn bride Mnrlnu r daughter of the 1nolln from the mur f derous vendetta umlrratnndliiK thaI Ills reward Is to Ira the hand of tale 1 Klrl he > love Knld Anstnitlior ulster nt the Lng I ItBli lieutenant The four fly from AJftu clo to Marseilles nn board the French steamer Conituntlnc The vendetta pur hi sues and an the quartet arc about to board the train for London lit Marseilles Mnrfhn la handed a mysterious noto which causes her to collnpio and necusol I tales a postponement of the journey Earned and Enid are married Soon i after their wedding banes brldn din appears Barnes dlacovtra she has been kidnaped and taken to ...

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. — 8 April 1909

I MUST BELIEVE IT Every Reader Will Concede the Truth of This Statement i 4i i Ono who sufferH with backache or I allY form of kidney trouble wants a lasting cure not I r merely a temporary benefit Profit by tho example of I Rev J M SunUld jI of 2179 S 8th St t Lincoln Xcbr who confirms a 1 report of Mil euro after several years I told In a state ment made for pub lication In 1900 how Doans Kidney Pills II I had relieved mo after other reme dies had failed said fey Suflleld I have no hesita tion in confirming that statement now I havo used Doans Kidney Pills at various times and they havo never failed me Sold by all dealers CO cents a box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo J4 Y y NOT A WEIGHT LIFTER 1 I f I Is tho baby strong Well rather You know what a tremendous voice ho has Yes > k Well he lifts that five or six times an hour CHILD ATE CUTICURA OINTMENT Spread Whole Box of It on Crackers Not the Least Injury Resulted < Cutlcura Thus Proven Pure and Sweet A New York friend of Cuticura...

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. — 8 April 1909

A l 4 R I f11 Iffrrn I 1 ont Fail to See the Electric Theater Show e2 ngas a wask I Lt THE SPANISH FORK f PRESS Sl1I1SeHttTlnN tl W line SI r IAVAIItK IN ADVANUK > ° v WKKKIV r ANUItinV JHNSKN t > UIIU8llitC I I Local Jots Mrs Rhodn Malcolm of Eureka visit ed in this city Friday and Saturday of last week J W Kramer has sold his farm nt Lake Slioru to the West boys and will move to Spanish Fork Mrs Hannah Boyack Is down from Mammoth visiting with her parents Bishop and Mrs Marimis Larsen Miss Annie Evert of Provo has been visiting in this city during the week with the family of Andrew Jensen Claud Saxey went to Salt Lake Wednesday to transact business con nected with the railway mail service Under the new management the Electric J Theater is pleasing its patrons more than ever If you want to spend a very enjoyable evening go to the Electric Theater Mrs Doctor Niel of Richfield and Mrs Niels Jensen of Provo stopped and ate dinner at The Press office Monday while on their way to ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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