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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 8 July 1909

alai Oiclliartaaoo An Ordinance Amending Section ll4Crnier 1 IV of the Kcvlxed Ordinances of Spanish Fort City passed on the find dBr of September 1005 lie U ordained by the Oily Council of Spanish Fork City Section IThal I Bcctlon 121 Chapter 10 of the Jlcvlmd Ordinances nt Spanish Fork City lie und tho Knino Is hereby amended to read as fol V lows to wit t 121 FIUK LIMITS The following nro hero Iv established in llrf llmlti of Spanish Fork City vlx Tha west half of blocks nt M IlK 111111 75 and the vast half of blocks 71 tw r > 3 and 4s otriatA of Spanish Fork City Survey of Building Lots and within said limits It shall bo unlawful to erect or repair nny building or hed the outer walls of which aro In part con Btructed of wood except BO much OH may bo c necessary for door nnd window frames cornice i doors Hash and shutters1 and the roofs ot all buildings hereafter erected or newly roofed j within said limits shall bo covered with metal or other Incombustible material Each build...

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 July 1909

I u THE YELLOW CORD OF CHINA AND ITS MEANING Imperial l Death Warrant Of tIle Celestial Empire Reported to Have Been Sent to Yuan Ship Kai What L Must fet y r Be Done fl by Those Who Receive It UBLICATION of mows dls patches from Peking that the Regent Prince Chun has P I sent an imperial messenger bearing the yellow cord to Yuan Shill Kal will excite worldvldo Interest for sev eral reasons writes TlioiaiH e lard In tho Philadelphia Lodger Thor la unusual solicitude tor this eminent Chinese statesman International con siderations of importance nro believed to l > o Involved with his fato and till Tumor Illustrates the survival of one of those curious customs which West crners habitually associate with the cocalled mysterious east As Its alleged uso In this connec tion Intimates the yellow cord takes place with tho yellow Jacket tho pea cock fcathor the ruby button and other ancient symbols of tho Celestial empire to which extraordinary slgnlft canco Is attached tend which amy pop...

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. — 8 July 1909

< I NATURE STUDIES r k I I tt W1J 1a r A i T The Phunnlbeak Dlrd Heljo who are you J The Other Bird Dont you know mc7 Why Im The harp that once I through Tards Halls A j The Phunnlboak lllrd shortlyOh l tut lull I Youre a lyre Thats what you are I An Anatomical Wonder 4 Senator Hoverldge was criticising the ludicrous speeches of n certain up right but hotheaded congressman lie dpes make queer blunders doesnt ho said Senator Hoverldge Havo you heard about his latest If Well It seems that n constituent visiting him recently complained of the shabbiness of n pair of Ink stained crush trousers that he had on iA man of your position said tho constituent t reproachfully ought to wear handsomer trousers than those iTho congressman offended an swpred reproachfully ti Aly trousers may bo shabby but they cover a warm and houestlieart t I Leave It to Him A Wichita map was fussing because oft his aching teeth Why dont you go to a dentist asked ono of his friends iOli I havent got tho nerve w...

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 July 1909

5tr i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS SUIISCiLIITION Onnycar II 110 I IAVAIILK I IN AUVANOK I WEEKLY I ANUKKW JKNHKNPUIILISHKH Local Jots Lost Small pearl purse Finder notify Mini Sterling I Miss Grace Thomas is down from I li Ogden visiting with friends and rela f tives I Mrs S F Jorgcnson of Scoficld was i the guest of Minnie Lawrence this b week III Mrs A A Piko has returned to Park City after visiting a month in Spanish Fork t 1 Mrs Alma Jensen spent the Fourth in Moroni visiting with friends and relatives < Mrs Margaret Browne the post c mistress at Mammoth spent the 4th in this city r i Dr Philpott makes regular trips to t Spanish Fork every Tuesday See him o at the World Drug Co t Mrs W E Stoker of Provo is at the a home of her mother Mrs John Rowe i of this city quite sick t Miss Grace Liunbcrt and Miss Allie Davis of Salt Luke are visiting in this J city with Minnie Creer Ii W H Lee traveling freight agent r of the Salt Lake Route was in this city last Saturday on business jp Los...

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. — 15 July 1909

T > > > < I I + tII t r r 1 t V NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying In advance = = = > = = = = = = = = = = 1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ± = = = = = = = = = = = THURSDAY JULY 15 > 1909 nntcrcd Fob 21J 1802 eecondclnnn matter Post Office UTAH VOL t VIII NO 25 SPANISH FORK J at Spanish Fork Utah Aot of Congress March 3 1879 BANDITS SHOOT j RESORT MANAGER Utah Hot Springs Held up by Three Masked Men Who Ruthlessly Fire Upon Guests r Two of the Robbers Lost Their Mask l During the Excitement and Can I Easily Be Identified Got I Away With Between I r 400 and 500 Ogden Utah Exhibiting a reck lessness seldom displayed by high waymen of experience three masked men held up the hotel at the Utah Hot Springs ten miles north of Og den at 1030 oclock Monday night end after shooting Richard Barnett the manager of the resort through the right arm pried open the safe used Jointly by the...

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. — 15 July 1909

i r I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH PORK UTAH P UTAH STATE NEWS President Taft will probably visit Bait Lake City In September Sam Tout of Ogden Is In a precari ous condition ns the result of collid ing with a dog while riding his motor cycle Jacob J Jacobson ft bricklayer was struck by a street car In Salt Lake City receiving Injuries that may result In his death Utah has 21JOO farms covering n combined area of 2114301 acres this Is out of an approximate cultivable area of 20000000 acres In the year 1008 Utah had 27 COS acres of land devoted to horticul ture with a product valued at lG9t 000 or an average of G11G per acre At present there IH more than 20 000000 private capital Invested In Ir rigation works In Utah This does not take account of tho government projects The depot at Devils Slide Weber county was burglarized one night last week but little of value taken tho I robbers being unable to force en trance to the safe In an effort to save her baby from...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 July 1909

FRANK H HITCHCOCK J 55 a Si + jY w ash 3 lsh is S av > a Fb X a r i Sb < If 0n i > hi t J A t Y hy t tj i k jr j rFSt > > vi zts < < 4 < t f5r < S tiJ rtiQ o h S A dS y i y j Nsn a t jy rtsMi i Yi k jla Mi S kr t 4 Za > Y t S > S Fw v Yr > f 4 rv Vt R q 0pjrlgbt 1W9 tjrllofTttt Studio Chicago PostmasterGeneral of the United States From an Official Photograph I PAINTED OLD HOUSE Maine Man Lost Thirty Thousand Dollars by Job Pasture He Swapped for 50 Worth of Paint Afterwards Increased Rapidly In Value Says Style Is Costly Bangor MeTho costliest Job of mouse painting on record hereabouts Is reported by a Northeast Harbor man who lost a fortune through his anxiety to make linprovemnnts upon his residence and his poor opinion of Northeast Harbors prospects This man concluded some years ago that his house then white would look a great deal better If painted a sort of canary color with pea green trim mings He hadnt the money to pay for the paint or work...

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. — 15 July 1909

I ir i t I I J 0 II u r TIMETABLE i > t TABLE SOUTHflOUNI 9 No 61 llor Iayson Sanlniuln and Us Angeles flB8 pm No 63 Tot Inyson Nephl 1 and ManU 4Juir NOHTII11OUND No OS For Irovo ILGroto Amer scan Fork Lot Ilercur Stilt lnko llitTam No lFor 1rovo a polo j ako nod rowla Intermediate polnu VO pM Palatial truing arc now n > IK twenn Salt Lake and the Itiuu Liat UTAH COUNTY U In direct touch with two treat cities Hint looul train service J II IJunTTa Ulntrlct 1itnienger Agent IKTKitaiN Depot Ticket Agent ADiNVERVJD GRANDE If ID GRAN WAS r l Arrival ud departure ot train from Depot t Ho 7 For SprlnerllleProYoSalt Lake and all polnti land treat8IOam Q No 59Kor Spring I Illo ProroSalt DaUo and all points east and west3 < 2pm No ft For Eureka Mammoth and SIN TerClty 827 pra No 281or Eureka Mammoth and Sil t ver City o 015am l r Connections made In Ogdrn Union depot with p all train of Southern Pacific und Oregon Short 1 s Line OFFERS CHOICE OF l fi 3 FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 3 AN...

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. — 15 July 1909

r an Ord1nnnco AnOrdlnnncc Amrn loll Section I4 Ct after loot I tho llevlsrd Ordinance of VpnnliOt Pork iMtvpassed on the 2nd Ouy 01 Sepienib l 1W5 I lie It ordained by the Olty Caunctl of Spanish r Sierk iffy Sf6tlonl That Section 181 Chapter 10 of the r Iterl + OrdlnnnccH of Spanish fork Oily ho nd the sunuvls hereby amended read as tol lows to wit e pwzgltF1If LIMITS The following are here l br established u811ro limits of Spmnh fork CUV vizi The west half of blocks 47 tt OS and 7V and the cast hUf of blocks71 611 K nrrt 4X of llatA of Spanish Fork City Survey of lIulInll Lots nnd within said limits U shall be unlawful to meet or repair any building or 4 shed tho outer wails of which are In part con strutted of wood except no mood an may be lieccMitry for door und window frames cornice K8rn tt Jrt I d doom sash and shutters and the roots of all 1 building hereafter erected or newly roofed within Mild limits shall covered with metal or other Incombustible material llach building K...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 July 1909

SERIAL STORY THE SMUGGLER r By ELLA MIDDLETON TYBOUT fllnslrations by Ray Walter n Copyright Ivoj lij J Ik UpplDcutt OUI SYNOPSIS Thrro slrln Kllzulivtli Gnbrlollo and Klloe started for Camilla to Bpond tlio summer tlifn1 On hoard HtonmiT they WVM frightened by an iipimrrnlly dcment cil MrnnKor who llndliiK n l > uc iHlonglnB to one of them took rnjayninnt In scru tlnlzln a photo of tlo trio Klltm nliurud her ntntcroom with a Mr Ornluun also bound for Canada Tlio younK women on BlglitorrlitR tour met Mrs Graham anxiously luvnltlnn her husband who him a nmtila for oalllnR They woro Intro duced to Uird Wilfrid nnd Lady Killlh A cotlaRn hy the occiin wan rontod by Qhc trio for tho HUlimipr ICIlzatietli Ienm < il that a friend of her fnlherM wns to call Two men called ono of them being the qucernctlnf stranger on tho steamer The clrln wiro not ut home but Uncovered by tlio rnrds loft that onn t the men wait Elizabeths fathers HrlrniL Tho men proved to bn John C zniiika nnd Gordon ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 July 1909

ITIE MARKOp tA AQUARANTt 1 A successful person Is the one who makes the fewest mistakes Be suc A kessful In your jewelry purchases by leallng with us Our absolute guaran t ties protect you from making any to mistake Our goods are tempting and prices reasonable ur t flJ i1I fro MAlIC IT SAW alts Cln uran > 4 TTMTC1 Adrici a In patent I PATENTS ability aDd Procedure FREE upon request 1 Send ketch sad description of your invention Harry J Robinion Attorney at Law and Solicitor ef Patents 3045 attt Building Salt Lake City TWO IDEALS OF THE FAMILY For Comparison One May Be Called Despotic and the Other Dem ocratic lr Today two ideals of tho family are struggling for mastery tlio > old des potic family of Roman origin and ec clesiastical sanction based on tho au thority of tho husband and tho merg ing of the wifes legal personality In 4 his and tho democratic family ot Ger manic origin based on the consenting and harmonious wills of two equals i The ono goes naturally with pioneer i...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 July 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS rv r SUI1SCIUPT1ON Onn vmr ILEA IAVAIIhK IN ADVANCK Local Jots A son WHS born to Mr and Mrs Ed Rockhill Monady Mrs John S Lewis has returned from a visit to Tucker Lost White pig 6 weeks old Finder kindly notify P P Thomas Closing out sale of all millinery Sat urday and all next week at Miss Alta Huffs Miss Lcnore Banks has gone to Idaho to spend a month visiting relatives in that part of the country Leah the 6yearsold daughter of Mrs Nels Peterson has been quite sick of late but is improving Last Tuesday evening at dinner and tennis game Mr Bailey and Mr Lind say were the guests of the Misses Pearl and Edna Stewart Mr anc Mrs Chas A Spliar from Salt Lake arc visiting with Mr and Mrs C A Snyder in this city W C Wurfel of the Western Elec tric Co of Salt Lake City was in town Tuesday and Wednesday on business Lost Long handled shovel between Chas Marcusens and the Rio Grande depot Finder notify Jos L Hales J H Bailey formerly employed by the government left thi...

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. — 22 July 1909

ta r > NOTICEThe date on your name label l of this paper is the date to which your subscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance H THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 0 u I t VOL VIII NO I 27 SPANISH FORK UTAH THUESDAY JULY 22 1909 nt Entered Spanlih Fob Fork 21 1002 Utah as sccondclass Act of Congress mutter March Post 3 omca 1878 I REVEALS SECRETS 4 OF BLACK HAND Chicago Police Obtain Details of Manner in Which Dread Society Hounds Its Victims Italian Charged With Murder Makei Confession Which Is Hideous In Some of Its Details and Im plicates Five Other Men In L Atrocious Murder Chicago By the confession ot u murderer the police have obtained for the first time actual details upon tho manner ft which the Black Hand hounds Its victims and kills them Tony Baffa a prisoner In the county jail made the confession and he Implicated five other men In the killing of Gulssepo Felllpelll who jwas shot upon the night of April 12 lastOne One of the men ho nameOls in Jail hav...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 July 1909

> THE SPANISH FORK PRESS publisher 1 p AMJREW JUNSGN SPANISH PORK UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS t No trnco lino been found of the Hut Springs hotel robbers Three boys were arrested but established an ullbt James II Anderson of Salt Lnko 2 l City hna been selected by tho presi dent as United States marshal for Utah r For tho first time In the history of the town an unmarried man has been elected as member of the school board at rlnivllle Tho Agricultural college of Utah Is constructing a new womans build Ing which will bo ready for occu pancy In September 1900 rime ninth annual convention of the Utah Pharmaceutical association was held In Salt Lake City on Wednesday and Thursday of last week A trip IK bolng made througjoul the stab by tho commission ai > i > alnt od to make n complete record of the veteran of the Indian wars Farmers of Wllard aro busy liar vesting their graIn Just now The crop this year Is exceptionally good and Is milch better than laM year Judgo H P Henderson the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 July 1909

FOUND HIS SAVINGS It Emigrants Lost Fortune Re i turned to Him by Cable I Pocketbook Containing 886 Lett on I 1i Counter In Cigar StoreOwner Notified of Recovery by Wireless I New York There la an honest man In the South Ferry district and on board of the Oceanic steaming at n nineteen knot gait eastward by this 1 time Neston Kasko a Flop has dried his tears and calmed his tears that 88360 his savings for years has not I been lost forever but will be awaiting him when ho arrives In Stockholm I Sweden his destination Ho prob1 I ably did not know of his loss until tho big Whlto Star liner was woll past I Fire Island and about that time II j I Kaufman tho proprietor of a cigar j store was seeking tho owner of a fat wallet that ho found Mr Kaufman found the wallet among the goods displayed on top of ono of his many cigar cases and when ho opened It tho green notes almost I Jumped out when tho pressure was I taken off There wj s but ono mark of Identification In the wallet a card which b...

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. — 22 July 1909

M TIME TABLE BOUTHflOUND No OlIor Pujion Sanlaquln and foR Aneelcn Mi put No 3For 1uyton Neplil 1 and Mnntl 1It s out NORTHHOUND No 61 For Provo 11drove Amer ican Fork Lobl Morcur Salt Lake ll8T am No etFor Provo Suit inks and Intermediate point 830 pm Palatial trains nre now rumilTJ tally bu twonn Halt Ialls and tho Puclllu Cuiikt UTAH COUNTY U In direct touch with two treat alder Dent local train nerrlca J II Gasman District 1aurngrcr Agent PKTKRDIN Depot Ticket Agent tTH1ipnIoGR NUF tgiE 10 G APdDE AND WEST Arrival and departure of trains from Depots no1For SprlnKTllleProTOSalt Lake and till point aaitand west8110am NoSS FotSprlnuvlllelroroSaltlako ondali and all points cast and wcit3H2prn No 8Jor Kiiroka Mammoth and Sil ver City I 027 p m No 81or Kurclm Mammoth oDd Sli ver City o < < IS am Connection made In Ogden Union depot with all trains of Southern IaclBo nnd Oregon Short Lino OFFERS CHOICE OF 3 FAST THROUGH TRA1HS DAILY 3 AND ajiuun DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES Pulman Pala...

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. — 22 July 1909

x VT1 Orc1innnoo I An Amending Section 124 tl Jpier lUot flit HcvlId Ordinances ot Spinlsh Potlc CIty passed on the Snd dny ot Scptcmbu R IMA Do It ordained by tho Oily Council ot HpanUh Fork City Section 1 Tim Section 121 Chapter 19 of the linvliied Ordinances of Spanish Fork City he and tho snrae Is hereby amended to read as fol lows to wit Ul F1UE LIMITS The following nre here by established us tire limits of Spanish Pork City v lz Tho west half of blocks 47 M 63 ana 151 and tho cant half of block 71 611 M nd 48 o otllatA of Spanish fork City Survey of Building Lots nnd within said limits It hall be unlawful erect or rep air any building or hcd the outer walls of which ore In part con structed of wood except no much ns may bo necessary for door and window f rtitncs cornice doors sash and huttcrs and the roofs of nil 1 buildings hereafter erected or newly roofed within said limits shall bo covered with metal or other Incombustible material Each building shall bo separate from nil ...

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. — 22 July 1909

fortC MARK dAGU R NT CI You dont want Cheap Jewelry It Is I almost a disgrace to wear It r and an ever constant annoyance on account of defects Pay a reasonable price and Insist upon something j good Buy of ui and rely on our guarantee Vi u 170 INn MIX LAne CITY UTAIL I HARRY J ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 304300 Judj Dulldlng Brit Lake City MADE DRUNK BY MOSQUITOES Small Posh Not the Wild Anlmalo Are the Real Trouble of the African Hunter ° Tho African mosquitoes lutoxlcato you They inject so much poison Into you that you nro dazed your eyes roll and you stagger and speak thickly In a word youre drunl aald n mis sionary In tho Nyassa country Id always start getting ready for bed and tho mosquitoes an hour boforo nuuseU Id i set up my mosquito net with the ut most caro Id clamp down Its edges with valises and boxes Id light Insldo it three green wood fire filling it with a bitter smoke that all Insects aro supposed to loathe Finally id get In myself Id smoko big PIPeS ot tho black nativ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 July 1909

ttf E J < t v AFTER I FOUR YEARS OF MISERY Cured by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound 9 Baltimore MlFor four years I my life was a 1 misery to mo I suffered from irregular i < w ti ties terrible drag > < ging sensations t extreme nervous I ness anti that all gone feeling in my tt t oJ stomach I had jf1 < > U given up hope of p tliJW over being well w 7 when I began to t take Lydia UPinl < > < hams Vegetable I fi2J f1 Compound Then t I felt as though new life had been I given me and I am recommending it I rl to nil my frlendsYrs AV S FOKD j t 1038 Lansdowntf Baltimore lid I Tho most successful remedy in this I I country for tho euro of all forms of female complaints is Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound It has stood tho test of years and today is moro widely and successfully used than any other female remedy It has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflam mation ulceration fibroid tumors ir I regularities periodic pains...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 July 1909

I l I I a Local Jots Wm Huff came down from Castle I Gate Monday He has been working there the past nine months J J Preston Creer has been asked to deliver the Pioneer Day oration at 4 Mammoth He will accept + Elwood and Hannah Christensen and Mrs Caroline A Hansen have gone to Lorenzo Idaho for a month Everybody should see the great devil fish on exhibition one dour south of the of the First National Bank The devil fish trill be here f until Monday I Mr and Mrs Alma Jensen have re turned from a weeks visit to Salt Lake I i where they attended the State Retail Druggists convention Mrs Bessie Beck has returned home after a two weeks visit with her sis t ters in Salt Lake City She is now i prepared to take rug orders LostA rubber boot between the Second ward meetin house and Joseph Angus residence Finder return same to Mr Angus and be rewarded i The fourmonthsold baby of Mr and i Mrs Samuel Ashby of Lake Shore died last Su day the burial took place in the Spanish Fork cemetery Monday ...

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