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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 2 September 1909

NOTICEThe date on your name label oE this paper is the date to which your subscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance I e I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS r VOL YELL NO 83 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1909 at Entred Spanish Feb Fork 21 1902 Utah as Actn of Congress March Post I Otnco 18TO s j THOUSAND DROWNED FLOODS WHICH SWEPT MONTE t Ilf REY MEXICO PLAYED FEAR FUL HAVOC Over Five Hundred Bodies Recov t ered Property Loss of Twenty Million Dollars and Thousands In Need of Assistance I Monterey Mexico Twelve hun t I dred and perhaps more people per Ished Friday night and Saturday In the flood welch swept a large portion fA of this city Conservative estimates l I place the property damago at 20 000000 Fifteen thousand people aro homeless More than TOO bodies have been recovered Tho river has fallen considerably and while still high the danger Is over Seventeen and a half Inches of rain fell during Friday Saturday and Sunday The rain was a steady down p...

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. — 2 September 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH THE UTAH BUDGET A campaign for the boosting of Utah tnado goods I ntho homes of the peo ple has been started In Salt Lake 1 > Arnold the young Murray boy who was stabbed at 1ocatollo about n month ago by a hobo has recovered While playing In tho street at Man tau tho n year old son of Mr and Mrs A E Jensen had three ribs broken by being kicked by a horse While attempting to steal a rldo from Mldvalc to Murray Matt Stack aged 52 fell under tho wheels of the train one of his arms being crushed Sandy Is making elaborate arrange ments for Labor day Tho big feature of tho day will bo a hose cart race be tween tho Sandy and Murray fire de IiartinonU While asleep Dennis Finn walked from a second story window In Salt Jake and was painfully Injured suf fering a wrenched back and a badly bruised foot Blood poisoning In its most virulent form setting In after two ulcerated teeth had been pulled caused tho death of little G yea...

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. — 2 September 1909

1 > 1X1 t > f S t1ISPERING SMITI1 by ThANK II SPEA11AN 0 ° ILLUSTRATIONS J BY ANDRE BOWLED Q COPYRIGHT 1900 BY CHA3 3CRIDNERJ sON uuu uuuUUu d SYNOPSIS Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck ers were called out to clear the railroad tracks nt Smoky Creek McCloud a young road superintendent caught Sin clair and his men In the act of looting the wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In nocence declaring It only amounted to a small sum t a treat for tho men IcC lout 1 discharged tho whole outllt and ordered the wreckage burned McCloud became acquainted with Dlokslc 1 Dunning u girl of the west who caniu to look nt tho wreck She gave him a messagis for Sin clair Whispering Gordon Smllh told w President Bucks of the railroad of Me Clouds bravo light against a gang of crazed miners and that was the reason for tho superintendents appointment to his high aloes McCloud arranged to board at tho boarding house of Mrs Sin clair the exfoiemans deserted wife Dlcksle Dunning was the daughter of the ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 2 September 1909

D Y uGCJraeosvcnmaeancoceo 3aoommnoaooae loemaco i 0 0u 8D n 1 t Prompt O 11 P W P n D COufteous t Ii 0 Ii rJ ID Telephone Service is what U tt tto p everybody wants Get it by 0o o a using The Phone that talks o e pt 3 a 19O s e t Utah Independent Telephone Co o O O a O e a eaommxooaor3osDaaooooooaooeeovo > raaooooooaoo AlaskaYukonPacific Exposition t SEATTLE WASHINGTON i Daily 75 Daily j ft 5 1 t6 t September J September 30th f 3oth To Portland and Return From All Stations in Utah I Via Salt Lake Route Tickets good via Los Anjjolcs and Snit Lake City Ask local agent 01 write Kenneth C Kerr II P I A Salt Lake City fA aIIiE I Dr C O SCOTT DENTIST Office Ihono No 43a y W O Croor Bldtf Spanish Fork Ulah IND PHONE OFFICE HOURO RBOIDBNCn NO 43 10 TO la A M OrPICC NO 43A 2 TO 4 P MIN nR It G SiCnDIUU IN W O CREER BUILDING SPANISH FORK UTAH i I Dr W E Warner Quarantine and City Physician a Office at City Drup Store Spanish Fork Night calls answers t on OVoer Bldg Next to tho Bell It r &...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 2 September 1909

22552251 f A Deal in Ivory and Gold f By JOHN IRVING DAY US 4 t z < One of the Masterpieces in the Business f > Jiit of Garnering the Gold If t HE sun like a lingo golden f T platter liiinR hesitatingly j J over the Pacific before j U plunging down out of sight r beneath the waves Off to t 1 4t tho cast the snow topped > Ai peak of Mount Wilson re > < flected back the parting i 1 i rays that played upon and kissed Its crust of Ice ec which shono rainbow hued and dazzling Down i t In the valley an automobile carrying three passengers and tho chauffeur rolled easily along a white macadam road until at tho direction of tho man who occupied tho front seat with the driver the machine came to a stop at n tho crest of a little knoll 1 r Get out boys and lets steal a little fruit I havent robbed an orchard since I was a Kid spoke Doc Floyd to Col Bill Powloy and Jack Cloland who were with him on n pleasure ride u few miles out of Los Angeles Having satisfied their plajful spi...

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. — 2 September 1909

I srrn w erriu eairw I WHAT SHE ESCAPED n I I a Jnclt There ROCS youiu Softy Ho took his flnaccQ out rowing last Sun > lny rocked tho boat and thu poor ell was drowned llutli Lucky girl lack Why do you Bay that Htilli Why tilio might havo lived and married tho Idiot HAD AWFUL WEEPING ECZEMA Face and Neck Were RawTerrlblo I Itching Inflammation and Soreness All Treatments Failed Cutlcura Proved a Great Success J Kczomrf began over tho top of my I car It cracked and then began to I spread I had threo different doctors I and tried several things but they did roe no good At last one side of my I taco and my neck were raw Tho water ran out of It so that I had to wear medicated cotton and It was so i Inflamed and soro that I had to put t a piece of cloth over my pillow to keep tho water from It and It would stain the cloth a sort of yellow Tho ec t zema itched so that It seemed as though I could l tear my face all to pieces Then I began to use the Cullcura Soap and Ointment and It was ...

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. — 2 September 1909

F SERIAL STORY 1 = t THE i a UGGlER I By I f ELLA MIDDLETON I TYBOUT i I I d i i I Illustrations by Ray Walters U1 t I = N > I I LU1J rlvlll 1MI 1 > J J II IIUUIUCUU I UJ l SYNOPSIS I Three trlrls iil iljth Qnbrlrlle nnd Ellge KUrteil 1 for Ciinmln to Hpoml 1 the summer their On boiril steuricr they I were frltflitunrd by an app Inmly dement ed stranger who finding a bag belonging to one of thoin took unjoyment In scru I tinizing n photo of tho trio Ellse shared L her Htntiniom with a Mrs Graham also bound Tor Canada The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs Oralimn anxloual awaiting her husband who had I a mania for fiilllni They were Intro duced to Uuil llfrlil 1 and Lady Eilllh A cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer Kllzabeth learned that a friend of her fathers was to call Two men called one of them being the queeracting stranger on the steamer The girls were not at home hut discovered by the rards left that one of the mn was KUzxbcths fathers fri...

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. — 2 September 1909

I i 1i 1 i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS viiKLv aD MWlmw JI NSINIUJIlsmm 8UIISCUI1TION Dncyear J160 IAYAIILi IN AUVANCK 1 Local Jots SALT LAKE ROUTE TIME GAUD NOW IN EFFECT FOR SALT LAKE No GGgoing north 801 urn No 02 going north 10lfi am No U going north 328 pm FROM SALT LAKE No C3 gojng south 1015 am No 01 gojng south 621 pm No 65 going south 1218 urn i Mrs Fred Freeman is quite sick with typhoid fever A large 1erchon 2yearold filley for Hale by Rev Theo Lee Mrs Clarence Ashcraft of Garfield has been in town a week visiting Dr W E Warner was in Salt Lake last Monday on professional business The Misses Minnie and Fay Lawrence have returned from a months vacation in Salt Lake Mrs W R Johns visited with her daughter Mrs Tede Markham at Mammoth last week Mrs A Saxey has returned from a weeks visit with her sons Fred and Claud Saxey at Ogden Wanted Good work horses State weight ago and price Address Th Thorvaldson Eureka Utah James Mackley has moved his shoe and harness shop into the brick bu...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 9 September 1909

i iI ti I 1 I NOTICE The date on your name I label of this paper is the date to which your subscription is paid Kindly be as prompt possible in paying in advance 1I 1 I I 1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 1 f VOL VIII N034 Entered Feb 21 1902 secondclans matter Post Office d SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1909 of Spanish PorklUtnh Aatn of Congress March 318 so GOOK AND PEARY 1 REACH NORTH POLE I AFTER CENTURIES OF FRUITLESS ENDEAVOR TWO AMERICAN I EXPLORERS REACH GOAL II s Dr Frederick A Cook Plants Flag at North Pole on April 12 1908 Com I mander Peary Arriving Almost a Year Later t New York City After centuries of unsuccessful effort accompanied by a fearful toll of lives of brave men and expenditure of vast fortunes two of Americas sons have won through to tho North Pole and the civilized world has conceded to the United States the credit of accomplishing that which for so long had seemed almost Impossible Tho world was astounded and many people refused to believe when tho news ca...

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. — 9 September 1909

a THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH i THE UTAH BUDGET Utah will receive 1705731 for Na tional Guard support from the United States government next year Tho members of tho Prohibition party of Ogden are planning to pence a ticket In tho field at tho municipal j election Tho school census shows over 1100 students In Lchl between the ages of 0 and 18 an Increase of slxtyllvo over last year Herman Nolml a Finn 30 years old was caught In u caveIn at tho lloston Consolidated mine at Ultiglmm and Instantly killed During tho month or August thero wero 403 cases In tho criminal divi sion of tho city court of Snit Lake Of these 131 wore for drunkenness Md 100 for vagrancy A tuition fee of 48 u year or 12 a term will be assessed against stu dents from outside of the city who wish to attend High school In Salt Lake City thIs year American Fork will bo dry after December 31 By a vote of 4 to 1 tho city council passed an ordinance whereby all saloons there will bo c...

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. — 9 September 1909

9 11 1ll ll1Lll y ll lll ll ll 1 llJll llll l N THE last anal ysis nil material I wealth all the comforts and ne v5 cessities ot life nro the product r of two elements nature and la bor It may be t truly said that + nature or the f alp earth Is the mother of labor and the father of all products necessary to sustain human life The richness and prosperity of a country therefore depend on the presence of nat I ural resources within Its borders such as water minerals forests and cultivable soils on the one hand and Intelligent human en ergy on the other to shape them Into tho forms necessary for the needs of man Of the two elements the natural resources arc Indispensable for in a country like the des ert of Sahara all human effort would bo of but little avail The growth of a nation depends therefore upon the extent of tho G natural resources and upon the knowledge t of how to use them with as little destruc tion as possible The resources of a country fall natu rally Into three groups wa...

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. — 9 September 1909

t A i 11 O ar cl 13U a aa o o An Ordinance Providing for An Annual Kund Poll Tax spetlfylntr who shall bo liable there for nnd thominncr of cnllrrtlnif and expend i fnilibo same und Itcpiall gllutptertof the IHvlHed Ordinances ot r > piinlsh Fork City of 1 Wtt WttHe It Ordained by the City Council of Evanish Turk 1lIy Section 1Two Dollars lawful money of the II ifnl United BtiitCN li Is tin Annual Hold I t Poll I Tax upon every man over twinlvont and under fifty yerN of ego not physically Incapacitated to wont and not exempted by law residing 1 within I Spanish Fork City All Yogi Poll Tax shall be collided bv tho City Treasurer and shall bo paid Into the City Treasury and shall ho expended under thi di rection arid pursuant to the order of the CIIY Council In making and Impro ng streets and alleys of this city 8ectloa2Tile Supervisor of Streets shall prior to the llrst day of October num I I and prior to the lltiit day of April of each and every year after 1001I nlvo written notl...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 9 September 1909

T ooaoooooooooaaoaoaoooooaeoaooaoooaaaooooo0000o aae I 8 I + Prompt w Courteous I 1 Telephone Service is what i everybody wants Get it by i 1 using The Phone that talks I Utah Independent Telephone Co t Ylltaaaaalaaaaaa00S + 900aaaaa000aaa9aaaa0aaaa0aaaiWaa00 f e i I r AlaskaYukonPacific t Exposition 1 SEATTLE WASHINGTON j j Daily 75 Daily to 5 5 to I September September > 30th 3oth J To Portland and Return From All Stations in Utah y Via Salt Lake Route 1 Tickets good via Los Angeles and Salt Lake City Ask local agent or write Kenneth C Kerr D P A Salt Lake City i 1 1 L Dr C O SCOTT DENTIST Office thono No 43 a W O Creor Dtdtf Spanish Fork Utah IND PHONE OFFICE HOURS RKSIDENOB NO 43 10 TO 12 AM OFFICE N043A 2 TO 4 P M DR A G STODDARD IN W O CREER BUILDINQ I SPANISH PORK UTAH I Dr W E Warner Quarantine and City Physician Office at City Drug Store y Spanish Fork I Nlpht calls answered from Creer Bldg I f Next to the Bell Telephone office 4 J i I Dr J W Hagan Office at World Drug C...

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. — 9 September 1909

r n i = = t j + IB5Pir IBANK HSPEABM AN I I 1 ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWIES ci t j 11 COPYRCHT lY CyASSCONERS ci0N5 M U i SYNOPSIS I i Murray Sinclair mid his gang or wreck ors wore culled nut to clear tno rnllroiul tracks nt Hinoky Creek McCI Hid noun young rond ailpcrlntendent caught Sin j chair mid his men In the net of looting tlm wrecked train Slnelalr pleaded In noconcc declnrlns It only nmnuntcil to n 1 rnmll RUIIIn treat for tho men McCloud i dlsclmrgcd the wholo outllt mill ordered till wreckiiK burned McClniil liccnmo nequnlntcd with Dlcksle Dunning n girl of tho west who cnnia to look nt the wreck Hlie gave him n message for Bln rliilr WhlsperlnB Uordon Smith told 1 resident llucks of tho rnllroiul of Me c Clouds brave tlRht ngaln a gnng of crazed miners nnd that wns tho ictvson for the superintendents appointment to J Ills high oHlcc MrOloud arruiged to Imnrd at the boarding IIOIIHO of tire Bin I clnlr tho exforemans deserted wlfo JJIcltslo Dunning wan tho daughter of th...

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. — 9 September 1909

711 AFTER = DOCTORS t FAILED Lydia E Pinklmms Vegeta ble Compound Cured Her Wniimantlc ConnFor five years I suffered untold agony from female troubles causing backache Irregularl f h ties dizziness and nervous nrostra tion It was impossible for me to < tj A r lJ walk upstairs j 1 I 2 without stopping i t rf 1 y Iff > on the way I 1Iq1t j I > tt tried three differ 1Ji 7J cut doctors and r 1 r c 1 > r each told me some o < i < thing different I Jf i > S r received no benefit r 1 f 10111 any of them I 1 j < + but seemed to suf t l RSif fer more Tho last 3 1 doctor saId noth r t ing would restore t my health I began tailing Lydia U Iinkhams Vegetable Con f J to eec what it would do and 1 am restored to my natural healthMrs ETTA DONOVAN Box l 209 AVilllruantlc Conn Tho success of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound madofiom roots and herbi is unparalleled It may bo used with perfect confidence by women who suuer from displacements inllain mation nlcerntion fibroid...

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. — 9 September 1909

i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS VKKKtY t 1 ANDRUW JINSKN PUIILISHKU SUllSCItllllON 3nojcn It M IA A 11I1 IN ADVANCK Local Jots SALT LAKE ROUTE TIME CARD NOW IN EFFECT FOR SALT LAKE No GGgoing north 80 i am No G2 going north 1015 am No C4 going north 328 pm FROM SALT LAKE t No C3 gojng south 1015 am No 61going south 621 pm No G5 going south 1218 am 1 See Mrs Ann Warner to order the Fay I Stockings 5 blks east Coop 019 Miss Maud Jex has returned from a months visit with friends at Eureka For Sale All the farming imple ments belonging to the Wm J Thomas estate L fides Mr and Mrs Alma Jensen are mov mov the Second ward John S Thomas arrived home from Richfield Idaho last week he will ac cept u position at the government t tunnel A son was born to Mrs Frank Ash craft Wednesday of last week and a daughter was born to Mrs Dan Hanson the same day Miss Annie Thomas has gone to Al pine to tench school and her sister Mss Mary has accepted n similar posi tion in Idaho Mrs Samuel Miler returned to Gar ...

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. — 16 September 1909

1 R Y i NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscription is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance n n q q THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 0 n VOL VIII NO 35 r SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1909 a 8pnnlehePork1Utnae Actat Congreteitbfurch 81810 1 4 flEA TH VALLEYS TOLL tI TWO MEN PERISH OF THIRST I WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CROSS DREARY WASTE Unfortunate Miners Wandered About Until They Were Overcome by Heat and Laid Down and Died Third Man Missing Rhyollto Nov Tho bodies ot I Emory Bodge and Tom Flanz two I miners who perished of thirst while attempting to cross Death valley i j have been found four miles west of J Skidoo Cal by members of tho searching party scouring the desert for a brother of President Elilrldge of the National Sowing Machine com pany who has been lost lor three weeks The men whose bodies were found left Rhyolite late In August and start ed across the floor of Death valley where the thermometer readies 130 degr...

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. — 16 September 1909

sl ir I i I = d = li LISPEDING I SMI1 I > 4 > r by THANK H SPEAIMAN s o J ILLUSTRATIONS S ° BY ANDRE BOWLED 0 COPYRIGHT 1900 BY CHAS 3C IB > < ERJ JOH I uuu < uu I SYNOPSIS Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck era worn called out to clear the rnllrunil traukn lit Smoky Creek McCloml n young road superintendent hooting entinl ll lo clalrkauanl ksum oriot clair ntnl Ills men In llio net of lootlnR Urn wrecked trnln Blnelalr pleaded 1 In nocence declaring It only ainumitcil ttl a 1 small miniu treat for the nun AUClnud discharged the whole flit lit and ordered the wreckage burned McClnild became acquainted 1 with Dlekslc Dllnnlnir u KIll of the west who crone to look at the I wreck Nun avr him a message for Bin rlalr WhliperlnR Gordon Hmlth told President Duels of the railroad of Mo 1 CloudH bravo light nKalnst n KIIIIK of crazed miners and tlv t was tho reason for the superintendents appointment t to his high ollleo 1hill out arranged to board nt thn boarding hoimn of ...

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. — 16 September 1909

II J1 IU mM p 0 DISCOVERY NORTH POLE RELATED BY ROBERT E PEARY Intrepid Explorers Story of the Bold Dash by Which He Reached the Earths ApexDr Cooks Claim Flatly Denied J Notice to Publishers f The following account by Command er Robert E Peary of his successful voyage to the north pole was Issued on September 10 by the New York Times Company at the request of Commander Peary and for his protec tion as a book only copyrighted and exposed for sale before any part of It was reproduced by any newspaper In the United States or Europe In order to obtain the full protection of the copyright laws The reproduction of this account In any form without permission Is forbidden The penal ties for violation of this form of copy right Include Imprisonment for any person aiding or abetting such viola tion This article Is copyrighted In Great Britain by the London Times Copyright 1909 by the New York Times Company This narrative Is also copyrighted as a newspaper arti cle by the New York Times Compa...

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. — 16 September 1909

r 4L jr TilE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH 1 THE UTAH BUDGET Tho thrceycnrold son of Sophua Nelson of Ferron was run over by a ionm ot horses und seriously Injured Pluto county hat Just opened a < cheese factory at Junction with a ca pacity of 1200 pounds of cheese per dayMelon Melon day at the FourStato fair In Ogden was a great success Tlirco thousand melons woro distributed among the visitors State Statistician II T Haines has compiled figures showing that tho brewery business In Utah Increased 456 per cent from 1005 to 1908 Perry Russell of loa had his Jaw broken on the left side seven teeth I loosened and ho was otherwise bruised duo to a kick from a horse I I Ogden hanks now Hhow a gain of I JlfiOOOOO in deposits over this time a year ago This is taken im an Index of substantial growth of business in the vicinity It Is estimated that the output of ugnr from the Lelii sugar factory this year will bo 10000 tons The field campaign on tho beet cro...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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