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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 7 October 1909

a NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which you subscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance > 1 f t y t f t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ft FORK UTAH THURSDAY OCTOBER 7 1909 Entered Fob orkiUtah seconddago matter Post Office I VOL VIII NO 38 SPANISH I 1 V v at Spanish Fork Utah Acttn of Congress March 3 1879 1 WALSH LOSES FIGHT BANKER MUST SERVE SENTENCE OF FIVE YEARS FOR MISAP PROPRIATION OF FUNDS I Long Legal Fight In Endeavor to Save Aged Man From a Con victs Cell Seems to Have Been Without Avail I Chicago The verdict of the trial court which found John R Walsh guilty of misapplication of tho funds of the Chicago National bank was af firmed by tho United States circuit court of appeals here on Tuesday Mr Walsh must servo the sentence of five years imprisonment Imposed upon him by the trial Jury save In the event that tho supreme court up lets the affirmation of the verdict of guilty handod down Counsel for Mr Walsh in their ap...

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. — 7 October 1909

l 1 I11 1 II ERI 1J STORY JTIIEI SMUGGLER I By ELLA MIDDLETON TYBOUT I Illustrations by Ray Walters i I toprtlehl IV07 bj JlJ Llillncutt Co I SYNOPSIS I Three girls Elizabeth Oabrlcllo and Ellno Hlnrlfril tor Cnnnila to spend the summer there On honnl utomnor they were frightened by nn apparently ilrment rd stranger who finding a bus bplonslMB to ono of thorn took enjoyment In HITU UnlziiiR a photo of tho trio Tim young women met a Mrs Oraliam anxiously awaiting her husband who hud < a manta for Biilllnu They were Introduced to txml Wilfrid and lM < y Edith A cottage by tho ocean was rented Two men called They proved to be John C Bdennett niake and Gordon llennett one u friend or Elizabeth father A wisp of yellow hair from Mr Grahams pocket fell Into tho hands of Elise Mrs Grahams hair was black rearing for the Barely of some gyms Lady Edith left thorn In a safe at the cotta o Mr Gordon Hennntt Wan properly Introduced explained his actions on board ship 1 lIsp alone explored j...

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. — 7 October 1909

k errs e r s rs III > 11l ca I L 4t WHISPERING 0 SMITH I at 1 ny FRANK Joints SPEAEMAN 0 J ILLUSTRATIONS S ° fl t BY ANDRE BOWLES U COPYRIGHT 1906 BY CHA3 SCfllBNEnj sON I I SYNOPSIS I Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck ers were called out to clear the railroad tracks at Smoky Creek McCloud a I young road superintendent caught Sin clair and lila men In the act of looting the wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In i nocence declaring It only amounted to a mall suma treat for the men McCloud t discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned McCloud became acquainted with Dlcksle Dunning a girl of the west who came to look at tho wreck She eave him a message for Sin J clair Whispering Gordon Smith told t President Ducks of the railroad of Mc Clouds brave fight against a gong of crazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendents appointment to his high omce McCloud arranged to board at the boarding house of Mrs Sin I qlalr l the exforemans deserted wife I Dlcksle...

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. — 7 October 1909

TIME TABLE SOUTItflOUND No IIIFor Iayion SnnUquIn und 10 Anltelc 1168 pm No M For Payion Nepbl 1 and Mantl O au MantlNOKTHnOtWD NOKTHnOtWD No SFor ProTO PI drOTe Amer ican Fork Lebl Mcrour Salt Lake 1117 am No IIiFo 1rovo Salt Lake and Intermediate points 80 pm Palatial trains are now running dully be twnen Salt Lake and the Paolflo Coaat UTUI COUNTY U I In direct toueh with two treat cities Dost local train a rrlce J II llunTiftn Ulitrlot Pa cni er Agent N PBTKRSIN Depot Tloket Agent A ENVEJWrUD 6RANDE Ri GRAN W Arrlral and departure ol train from DePOI Xo SprlnfrvllleProroSalt Lake nnd all point eat and t810Bia No ForSprlnuTlllo ProroSalt Lake and all points east and t3Upm No BFor Eureka Mammoth and 811 Ter City 1127 p m No I8For Eureka Mammoth and Stl nr City 0 16nm Connection made In Ogden Union depot with all itnlnt of Southern PaelOo and Oregon Short Lint OFFERS CHOICE OF a FAST THROUGH TRAms DAILY gfc AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES Pulman Palace and ordinary Sleeping cars t...

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. — 7 October 1909

r7 7 I I e I I Prompt I I Courteous 1 I Telephone Service is what everybody wants Get it by f r i using The Phone that talks I Utah Independent Telephone Co I AlaskaYukonPacific Exposition SEATTLE WASHINGTON t0 Daily 55 75 Daily t0 < September September 30th J J t 30th l I f r To Portland and Return From All Stations in Utah II Via Salt Lake Route 4r 1 Tickets good via Los Angeles and Salt Lake City Ask local agent or write Kenneth C Kerr D P A Salt Lake City Uwi 1 II Dr C O SCOTT I DENTIST t Offloo Phone No 43a W O Creer Eld Spanish Fork Vt h IND PHONH OPriOB HOUR HwaiOBNOI NO4 10 TO IB A M u OPPIOB NO 4aA a TO 4 PM IR AI STODIARD v IN W O CRIER BUILDINQ SPANISH FORK UTAH u Dr W E Warner Quarantine and City Physician Office at City Drug Store t l Spanish Fork i Night calls answered from Creer Bldg I Next to the Bell Telephone office r 4 1 Dr J W Hagan Office at World One Co Baildiag Spanish Fork Utah I Residence at Jas M Creers Second t Wrrd Independent Phone 421 rljt Dr J Fred ...

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. — 7 October 1909

1 N ALL discussions regard Ing colton two fuels are Il pnrumoiml first Hint cot ton controls the world I and second that tho na tloim that reap n prodigal I harvest from the stile of cotton goods depend upon America for the raw sup ply The American people have begun to realize the significance In the fact that alien nations that Mover saw a cotton plant have long since entered the Kingdom of Cotton nnd now divide dominion among themselves excluding the United States tho country In which the cotton Is grown The reIgn of cotton Is forever As long as tho race survives cotton goods will ho worn In multiplying fdrnis hut the countries that now sell tho finished products of cotton to the world have no assurance of porma pence In that trade Americas ulti mate control In tho cotton world Is Inevitable Our manifest destiny as a world trader In cotton goods looms BS n menace across tho horizon of European l states Americas future In this fabric has awakened the itsUcsmcn of all countries save...

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. — 7 October 1909

I I I J TL MARK N + A GUM RAHnt The Bracelet 1 IB a conspicuous ornament md dtnotti the taste of the wearer Fashion hes itampsd approval or brae late this year and we have mod gxtrwni Dare in our aelaetlon Reasonable and rallabla nnaau gj H4 f Ira sALT LANE CIT UT n Adilct a l la patent PATENTS ability and Procedure FREE upon request Seod ketch and description of your mreatit Harry J Rebtnicn Attorney at Law and Solicitor if Patents 3045 Judge Baildu g Salt Lake CKy Cross Im sure sobbed the bride that George only marilod ma for my money Why daughter what makes you think so Ho brought company home for din ner last night and refused to wlpo tko dishes for meDetrolt oreo Iress Half a Chance I In Half a Chance Frederick Ishams latent novel the hero L Is falsely accused of murder after ho has wasted his talents In carous ing and is sentenced to penal servi tude for lIfo In tho colonies Cast away upon a deserted Isle by a freak of fortune ho opens a box which floats ashore thinking ho wil...

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. — 7 October 1909

n I THE SPANISH FORK F PRESS I hRK Y NDHKW JlNHLN PUIILISHKK SUIISUUIMION One your II IM yourIAAflhI IN ADVANCE Local Jots SALT LAKE KOUTE TIME GAUD NOW IN EFFECT FOR I SALT LAKE No GGgoing north 801 nm No 02 going north 1015 nrn No GIgoinrr J north U28 pm FROM SALT LAKE No G3 gojng south 1015 nm No G1 going south 521 jmi No 05 going south 1218 am Mrs Hoso Mcrrlinan Is visiting friends lit Price Green peppers and nice blooming potted plants at H M Jtx florist 1 Honey Bee Danco Oct 15 lust put a pin in that spot so you wont for get it The nearest approach to bringing the j college bred boy back to the farm is j the country club i John S Olsen of this city and Jennie t Chase of Sprihgville have taken out a marriage license What about politics this fall Do our politicians understand that nn elec tion is near at hand Wake upl The beautiful weather has taken a grcit many of our towns people to Salt Lake to conference and to the State Fain J V Rife Peter Malcolm and Dan Albcirtson returne...

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. — 14 October 1909

NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscription is paid Kindly be as prompt no possible in paying in advancer u F 7 r r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 01 J > FORK UTAH THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 1909 Entered Fob 21 1002 nccondclnss mutter Poift Olllco 0 SPANISH i pips ° VOL VIII NO 39 TAH1THURSDAYt at Spanish Fork Utnh Act of Congress March 3 1879 1 KEY WEST IN RUINS I a 1 HURRICANE WHICH STRUCK COAST OF FLORIDA CAUSES t J LOSS OF MILLIONS H f1 < Great Damage Also Done at Havana and Over Island of Cuba by One r of the Worst Storms Since the J mi Disastrous Blow of 1906 Koy West FlaAs a result of tho hurricane which struck tho southern < coast of Florida on Monday Key fA West Is a mass of wreckage and tho l Ay v damage to property Is estimated at iff jj 2000000 Martial law was pro J claimed and tho Key West guards t A I took charge of the pity r 6 The United States government has been asked to dispatch troops hero a without delay Chaos reigned on rfi ...

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. — 14 October 1909

r t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS t Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH I = THE UTAH BUDGET r A now city Jail Is being constructed nt Iht it Tho Socialist party has placed n w municipal ticket In Jhe field at Og > den The harvesting and melting ol winter apples commenced In David county Inft week The crop Is very good this year Fire at Beaver Oily destroyed the II s Studebaker branch store nnd tho I IRS theatre the loss being several thousand dollars Seven hundred laborers ore to bo employed on the Divls and Weber counties canal as soon us tho work men can ho obtained A reward of 500 has been offered by the governor for the arrest and convic tion of tho highwayman who murdered Policeman Riley In Salt Lake City I George B Maulo a wellknown real estate man of Ogden and author of a popular book entitled Lifo and law the Way to a Busier Life Is I Bead Clever forgers havo boon giving I bad checks to saloon keepers and to bulness men of Ogden getting away with considerable sums by tholi...

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. — 14 October 1909

I By TEANRHSPEABMAN E YiP I I ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWLES COPYRCHr ar CMS < ScRtat fi3 s SYNOPSIS Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck Irs wero called out to clear the railroad racks nt Smoky Creek McCloud u young road superintendent caught Sill lnlr mid his men In the net of looting the wrecked train Sinclair pleaded 1 In nocence declaring It only amounted < to a small SlllllI treat for the men McOlouil discharged the whole outllt and ordered the wreckage burned MeCloUd became acquainted with Dlcksle Dunning a girl of the west who came to look at the wreck Sho gave him a message for Sin clair Whispering Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad of Mc Clouds brave fight against a gang of crazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendents appointment to + his high oflke MrCloud arranged to board nt the hoarding house of Mrs Sin clair the exforemans deserted wit I Dlcksle Dunning was the daughter of the late Richard Dunning who had died of a broken heart sh...

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. — 14 October 1909

I f j l I n TIME M I TABLE No fiGgclng north 801 um No G2 gong north 1015 am No ti4 going north i28 I am c FROM SALT LAKH No tilgolllg < south 101i am I No nlgolng southG21 pm t No ti5golll south 1218 am Pnllatlal trains are now running I daily I between Salt Lake nid the Pa i clllc Coast UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two great cities Best local I train I service J J 11 Ilurtnor District Passenger Agent N Petoracn Depot Ticket Agent THi i JDfiRANn Ri GRANOl wES Arrival and departure of trains trout Depot No 401JFor Sprlngvlllo Provo and all points cast und west 810 a in k No 431For Sprlngvlllo Provo Salt lake and all points east t and west 327 p in No nopol Eureka Mammoth f and Silver City 703 p m f No 432 For Eureka Mammoth I nnd Silver City C15 n in i Connections mndo in Ogden Union depot with all trains on Southern 1 Pacific und Oregon Short Line 4 OFFI3KS CHOIC13 OF j 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DA1LY4 x AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES r I Pullman Palace and ordinary Sleep t ...

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. — 14 October 1909

I orarrermeararas rrrrar vo ele i AT fien UJ1NVJN1OL7R7JEN t I L I I V S th e r Fan = = g IIq > m f e lI p 1 + u s b I ktr da swXJb Jb cms I P r = i t i y C t I1tDe t L h I d L Iii 1TH the ending of some of tho most exciting i5wi races for tho cham I pionship pennants In tho history of tho great national pastime In many leagues tho dyed In the wool base ball fans must content themselves with recall Ing the exciting games of the past season I 4 1 until the ring of the I gong next spring I starts the race for the leason of 1910 When tho rooter who was wont to screech his opinions concerning tho Integrity of tho umpire to the t four winds seats himself quietly be i fore tho family hearthstone gives 1 vent to a longdrawn sigh and mur 1 murs gently to himself Gee Its all Y over but golly It was somo hot light then It Is that memories of some of j the men who stood out most promi nently during the thick of the fight flit through his mentality The fail ings of the stars at critical mome...

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. — 14 October 1909

v t n a FREED AT LOT I From the Awful Tortures of Kidney Dlcense Mrs nncliol Ivlc Henrietta Texas aays I would bo ungrateful If t did not tell what DoanB Kidney Pills h n v o A 1 i dono for 1110 Klftoon 1 IJ ff years kidney trouble clung to mo my ex I Id istence wan ono of f I i misery and for two fWf whole years I was un tllS able to RO out of tho bouse My back ached all tho lime and t was utterly weak unable at times to walk without assistance The kidney secretions were very Irregular Doans Kidney Pills restored mo to good health and I ant able to do as much work as tho average woman though nearly eighty years old Ilonicmber tho name Doans Sold by all dealers EO contH a box Foster Mllburn Co Buffalo N Y I HAD ONE GOOD POINT L 4 os Young GuestIt scorns to mo that you dont object to tho mosquitoes singing In your room Old Guest You bet I dout Why when tho mosquitoes arc singing I cant hear the glee club practicing on the piazza He Bit ExPollco Commissioner Dlngham of Now York said o...

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. — 14 October 1909

Tay ITJr JURI Or f tt = AGUI NTf The manufacture of fine jewelry has been one of our principal special ties for more than forty years We 4 have always stood at the head I1 1 this line and today use more men more machinery and more material than any similar plant within some hundreds of miles Take the time and visit our shop We will show f you how we make good jewelry u r req b SALT LAIC CITY UT n HARRY J ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 304305 Judgo Building Salt Lak City The Juvenile Zones While Inspecting examination pa pers recontly a Philadelphia teacher found various humorous answers to questions A class of boys averaging about 12 years of age had been examined In geography the hrcvtoiis day hav ing been devoted to grammar Among tho geographical questions was the following Name tho zones i One promising youth of cloven years who had mixed tho two sub jects wrote There aro two zones 4 masculine and feminine Tho mas cull Is either Ulnporato or Item perate tho feminine Is either torrid or...

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. — 14 October 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS tvklic L5 ANllltWIINSgNlUIIIIHIn SUIISCHIIMION Ine ycr II M PAYAIILF IN ADVANOK I Local Jots Haled hay at Farmers Coop u Chickens wanted at Farmers Coop While clingstone pe c ice leave or ders at Leland Holler Mills Both Phones C II Spahr has been appointed city superintendent of the electric light Mr vice Order you a book on the discovery of I the north pole by Cook and Peary from II B Robertson 1 Wm It James lute been very sick of late with pneumonia hut is showing signs of improvement Robert M Boyack has accepted a I position as assistant agent at the San Podro depot in this city t i Mrs John W Brown of St Johns Arizona is visiting with her slstCl Mrs Jos L Hales of this city Claud Saxey who is doing railway mail service between Ogden and Winne mucca is in town for a short visit Mr imi Mrs W D Beers have rent i ed the James M Creer residence in the 1 Second ward to which they will move immediately A piano finger exercise book lost l between Owen fJowes and ...

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. — 21 October 1909

S 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 < t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS r r I VOL VIII NO 40 x SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1909 at Entered Spanish Fob Fork 21 1902 Utah as secondclass Act of Congress matter March Poet 3 Omce 1879 I L l LIKE THE DARK AGES t Lf CAPTAIN AND TEN MEMBERS OF 1 CREW OF TRADING VESSEL MURDERED BY SAVAGES t After Pretending Friendliness Feroc ious Natives Slaughter Men and Then Make a Funeral Pyre Out of Their Ship r Victoria B CFurther details of tho massacres In New Britain early lost month briefly reported In Syd ney cables received by the steamer Marama on Tuesday are to the effect 41 that Captain Lindsay of the Ketch Rabaul and ton of the crew were murdered and burned and the trading vessel looted and set on fire the bodies of some of the victims thrown Into the flames Captain Lindsay owner and master ti of the vessel and who was promi I...

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. — 21 October 1909

J > L THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH THE UTAH BUDGET Steps will bo taken Immediately by the Murray council to beautify nil tho BtrtHsts In Murray Tho fourmile tunnel of the Straw berry Valley project In Utah nan neon excavated 4383 feet the rate of prog ress for September being 370 feet James Gibson doorkeeper nt the Salt Lake theatre for tho past twon tyllvo years was run down by an automobile driven by a young woman And dangerously Injured Charles McFarland well known and roBporous farmer living at West We bor dropped dead while at work In n field near his home Death resulted Irom a stropo of apoplexy The Commercial club of Halt hake City is considering tho advisability of raising the entrance fee from 50 to 9100 for resident members and from J2r to GO for nonresidents Nick Haworth who Is serving a life sentence for the murder of Utiomas Handnll at Layton Davis county October 9 1903 Is l again en deavoring to secure a pardon Charles Stewart who...

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. — 21 October 1909

I 4 h O + 15Vr IlN6 M J By mANKI1SPEAUMAN P ° ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWLES p COPYRCHr BY CR s cSCRBNER6 c5ovS SYNOPSIS I Murray Sinclair and Ills gang of wreck ers wero called out to clear the railroad tracks at Smoky Crock McCloud n young road superintendent caught Sin clair and his coon In the act of looting tho wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In nocence declaring It only amounted to a small uma treat for tho men Mcfloud discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned McCloud became acquainted with Dlcksle Dunning n girl of the west who camo to look at the wreck She gave him a message for Sin clair Whispering Gordon Smith told President Mucks of tho railroad of Me Clouds brave fight against a gang of crazed miners and tlmt was the reason for the superintendents appointment to Ills high office MrCIoud arranged to board at the boarding house of Mrs Sin clair the cforemans deserted wife pIckBle Dunning was the daughter of the late RIchard Dunning who had died of a broken ...

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. — 21 October 1909

A u I 1I r i I r TIME TABLE No CO going north 80 am No 02 gong northl0Hi am No Gl going north 328 am FUOM SALT LAKE No Iigolng sOlthl0Hi am No Gl going south C2l pm No C5 going south 1218 am Pallatlal trains tiro now running dally between Salt Lake and the Pa cific Coast UTAH COUNTY IB In direct touch with two great cities Best local 1 train service J H Burtner District Passenger Agent N Potarson Depot Ticket Agent I nli w DrRIyrn1DIOGRAI p t AND T D fr Ri GRAND W CJ hyC rt Arrival and departure of trains from Depot No 409 For Sprlngvlllo Provo and all points cast and west 810 a m No 431For Sprlngvllle Provo Salt Lake and nil points east and west 327 p ml No 410101 Eureka Mammoth and Silver City 703 p m No 432ror Eureka Mammoth W and Silver City G15 a m Connections made In Ogden Union depot with all trains on Southern r Pacific and Oregon Short Line OFFERS CHOICE OF ii h 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY4 AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES Pullman Palace and ordinary Sleep ing cars to Denver...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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