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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 3 February 1910

I 1 f 13v1LRLON CIMwrODD qe AUTHOR Or VWtACJttfiSCA JIlRETIIUJAElrnr IL LJlCTRATIONJr5Y imL COPYRJGHT 9Or ay f MARION CZAWFOAP f SYNOPSIS BnraUn a Tartar girl became enamored I of a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In the vicinity of her homo In central Asia and c revealed to him the locution of a mine of rubles hoping that tho stranger would love her In return for her disclosure They were followed to the cave by tho t girls relatives who blocked up the en r trance and drew oft the water supply leaving the couple to dlo BaraUas cousin a Sand her betrothed attempted to climb down a cliff overlooking tho mine but the traveler shot him The stranger was r I revived from a water gourd Sand car ried dug his way out of tho tunnel and departed deserting the girl and carrying i a bag of rubles Barakn gathered all the she could carry and started In pur I gems suit Margaret Donna Margarita da i Cordova ft famous prima donna became Io Ii engaged In London to Konsta...

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. — 3 February 1910

1 ii s L1l IIKO t + IGUARANTLC WHEW YOU BUY A DIAMOND Qp to some one who has thorn Wo havo tho greatoot stock of 4Bamonds nnd Precious Stonos srter shown In Utah tught boforo tho rise feu tJi 70 MAINroS 4 MAIN Sf SALT LAKE Cltr UTAH f ma Arl a cot Iud are the true foundation of Urge crops Ou big dialogue tells all about the Mst seed that grow Send for Tree Copy j VOSELER SEED COSalt Lake City rR Pennywlse Peter Dr Brlttwi D Kvann the brilliant TlJpMst said at a recent dinner In Nay > York Finn there Is tho cunning lunatic 3 whom there used to exist a good aiMiplo at Bridgetown I There WOK a halfwitted youth In Bridgetown to whom 1 tho neighboring ttanrijors liked to offer r penny and a nickel l Gathered about him In a circle on market day tho farmers one after an other would pay s Now whicn 11 ye nave Peter Heros a cent heros a nickel take yer choice lnd foolish Peter Invariably would chooo tho cent rather than the nickel l anJ the farmers before such incredl bb foolishness would...

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. — 3 February 1910

r CAME AFTER HER r i M JohnnyWhat arc descendants jjrandnd Qrandnd Thoy arc people who come after us Johnny Then the baker and the K milkmen are Marys descendants FogEyes Plaintive Protest Fog Eye Smith of northwest Wy oming bore an appalling facade Ills style of bounty was a blight Depend ing upon his horrlfio exterior he was in the habit of trying to awe newcom ers On one occasion affecting some displeasure at the manner In which a pallid stranger watered his liquor Mr Smith announced frowning that un less he detected immediate amend ment he would send the neophyte home in a market basket Which Ill sure tear you up a whole lot said FogEye Half an hour later Mr Smith was found groping about on the floor under the poker table hunting for his glass eye and muttering to himself Tho stranger asked with some evi dence of Impatience what new line of sentiments Mr Smith was now har boring That Injured resident glaring malevolently from beneath the furni ture replied Which I sure do hate a...

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. — 3 February 1910

Local Jots Mrs John Rowu IR sick with mfliun utory rhumuuttmn Notice the change of time of trains on the Salt Lake Route on page < I Lorenzo Thomiis hits a full line of spring mid summer samples in Ron Thomas has returned from tho L D I 8 Hospital He IK feeling tint Mrs Nicholas Smith him been sick with nervous troulle for IIhout II montl Mr and Mrs James Sorenson jr of Thistle are spending n week in town with relatives Mrs Anna Johns Markharn has moved to Salt Lake where she ia conducting a rooming house at 17 W arel South I Dan AlbcrtBon went up to the Straw herr tunnel lust Saturday vhcru he will ho imploycd by the U S U S J 15 Hearnson has returned to school at the 15 Y U He will remain in school until the end of the school year Last Thursday a baby boy was born tolrll Foster Thomas at the homo of IIIs William Thomas of tho third ward Give us your order for wire and Held feiice We are now making ilpanothur car and can mnko the price riiht Ncbo Implement Co Joseph Oluson who h...

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. — 10 February 1910

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 IFJ u 11 = t y t f THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 1 f M k I b < < l VOL IX NO 4 SPANISH hOfLTTAI3 THURSDAY FEBKUAKY 10 DIO = If 1 l zn Ittl1fcd Bpnullh Fob Fork 211902 Utah as Booondcliurs Act of Congress matter March Post 3 OfTIco 1879 RESULT OF BLUNDER PASSENGER TRAIN CRASHES1IN TO MOTOR CAR AS RESULT OF HASTE OF CONDUCTOR Dangerously Injured Three Passengers Jured While Many Others Have Terrifying Experience In a Veritable Death Trap Ogden UtahIn a headon collis Ion between a motor car used on tho Malad branch of the Oregon Short train In the Line and a passenger railroad yards In this city the motor wrecked and the thirty or car was had a severe shakIng more passengers Ing up at least three being danger ously Injured The passenger train from the north was a few minutes late and Impatient to get a start for the north the motor and of ...

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. — 10 February 1910

1T mITrull ll I Qo 110BIJRr 0 l AJIEJ BENN1ST ILLiJJTRATtrf fiY RAY WALTfRJ COprlCNI 0 y ACfflClUAC Co l SYNOPSIS Tho IItory openll wIth the Rhlpwreck of tho Rtelllner on whIch Mills UOllovlvo Je810 nn merlrnn heJrrllll Iord Vln throl nn nll hmnn nnrl Torn IJlalll hrlllllJlID Amorlcnn wero paIlRtnlrll h IhreD wero lOllseel upon IIn unlnhnh led 111111111 Inti wrra III only onrll not drowllod 11111110 recovered from n drunk IIn Klupor lliakp IIhunnel on Ihe boat becRullo of hili rouRhnellll hrcnme n hrro Jlrrllerver of tho helplrllll pair Thfl Jin IIRhman wall lIulng for tho hnnd ot Mlu lell1lr Blnke IItnrted to IIwlm IHck to tho hIp 10 rrcover what WIIR left Ifturnlll Ratoly Wlnthropo wnllll ttake mllch on II clsnrette ror which o WII Kcorel hy nlnlle Thrlr t1nt monl WIlR II Ieud 118h fhe Irlo 8tnrhd n ten mile hll < o tor hlfhor Inllll rhlrllt nt tnckl thom Dlilke Willi compellel 10 carry 111118 Je81e on account at wCllrl leR CHAPTER IVContlnued At firllt hIs throat was so lry th...

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. — 10 February 1910

r tIltlr Sri t iLf i wry flfA r y j1 P L 1 1 tt 1 mi illl Vr11ARlON WTORD JiL JL JH LT J jy i M T AWF0PD AITH OR Or JRRACIIYSFA II JtlRETIIIJJIlETflt 1LJI TRATIONfw s 7 h lL COPYRIGHT 90T BY FlflAKJOft CRiTWfORD SYNOPSIS Barakn n Tartar girl became enamored 0f a golden bearded stranger who was 1 prospecting and studying herbs In tho nil Lvlclnltv of her home In central Asia nnd rnvealed to him Iii the location of a mini of rubles Imping that the stranger would i love her In return for her disclosure They were followed to the cave by tho i girls relatives who blocked IIR the en trance and drew off the water supply I leaving the couple to dlo UaraUas cousin Fflaad her betrothed attempted to climb down a cliff overlooking tho mine but lithe traveler shot him rite stronger wns Trevlved from n water gourd Sand car srled dug his way out of the tunnel and departed deserting the girl and carrying i a ting of rubles Haraka gathered all the i ems she could carry and started In pur suit Margar...

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. — 10 February 1910

r t TIME TABLE fffa i No CO going north 101B am i No f2 going north 720 am No 64golng north 328 pm FROM SALT LAKK No 03 going south 1015 am I No Glgolng south 1028 pm U No GIigolllg south G2 pm Pnllntlnl trains arc now running daily between Salt Luke and the Pa t cific const d UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two great cities Host local train t + I service J II MANDHRFiKLD Assistant General Passenger Agent N PBTI3RSON Depot Ticket Agent r I DENVER JOfiRANDE Ri 6RAN WEST m r Arrival and departure of trains from Depot No 10J Kor Sprlngvlllo Provo and all points east and west 810 a in 1 No 431oor Sprlngvlllo Provo Salt alto and all points east and west 327 p m 1 No 410 For Huroka Mammoth i and Silver City 703 p in No 432For Kuieka Mammoth m and Silver City 015 a m I Connections made In Ogden Union depot with all trains on Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line r OFFERS CHOICE OF 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY4 AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES I I Pullman Palace and ordinary Sleep + ing ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 10 February 1910

j I u3y 1 PROF STEPHEN SHELDON OLVIN i r 411k L F SYCHOLOGY tho O t newest of all tho 7 1y sciences has been a 1 a l discovering and re lating Its principles durlifg tho d last quar ter of a gIa ° v = century It i f Ito 1 I r y I has by no i a ° means found all of Its i s facts and Is far from a complete Interpreta J x tion of those which It k tl bus discovered Nevertheless la r ti M r tis o r crtheless there are 1 u V 2i some things that It 1 t r r has worked out with 1 t a absolute certainty and S i i t children In Urbana ClmtnpalpD t + vp rg f Dloomlngtnn nnnvlllo and lU some at i t the normal schools of the elate buys < + been tested to determine certain con ditions nndor which they learn uioiU advantageously Ono of tho question µ aj asked In these Investigations has been 1 this Suppose the < Id Is given BOIUW + thing to learn and Is asked to recall U later on under what conditions during tt tho Interval between learning and re 777 A call will l bin memory bo most rotcn w ...

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. — 10 February 1910

r1T7 j I I I HEWLETTS TEAS t t 1 ALWAYS GOOD I a > xlMbal > A 7lLlU12iOF f N + AGU1HANTfC 1 tf If you want a diamond you can tot ono now at 15000 per carat I As long as thoy last wo aro soiling > a limited lot from half carat atonos j up to two carats XX Each atono guaranteed of finest cut cloan and tperfofct r rwwu lea r II 170 MAIN It SALT ARC CITY UTAH SEEDS Coed seeds are tit true foundation of large Crops Our big Catalogue elli all about the but seed that grow Send for Free Copy I HOfiELER SEED COSalt Lake City YI TESTED SEEDS U COR to I humlrI ul > dollars very year to l a mmmmm TEST OUR SEEDS cam i nut when you tiny them yon call depend I they pOsc Tho Quality Write or our Frco Daocrlptlvo dialog f I PORTER WALTOM CO Salt Lake City t t MiN AND WOMKN in learn Wfa lUTED IlurlicrTrmlu In KlKht Wvtkii 1 Tuition with Hot of tool tU5 I Xfetetai with nnrtlal > ot of tools IBS Address LLECEidrsa t19AROERtCO A MOHLER BANDER COLLEGE crommerclal Htreet Halt Lake City Utah...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 10 February 1910

s i NOT WHAT HE HAD PICTURED i Athletic Girl Hardly the Domestlo Jewel That Fond Fancy I Had Pictured Not long ago n man married an nth lotlc girl thinking how fine it would be to have a wife who would be able to wnlt on herself and build the fires It necessary and keep the dust de mon on the jump without bringing on nn acute attack of nervous prostra tion Said he to himself A girl who swims and rows and plays a rattling good game of tennis not to speak ot her fondness for walking and driving is sure to be a domestic Jewel If we happen to bo without a servant she can keep the household machinery humming Somebody must havo told that girl she was marrying a man with money Anyhow she hasnt been able to dress herself without the assistance of a maid and the only time she has ever had the broom In herhands was one day when she picked It up to hit the cat with It shed clean house for as much as half an hour shed have to go away to some fashionable springs to recuperate And yet to look at ...

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. — 10 February 1910

Local Jots Cnll at the News Depot for valentines Good second hand wngon for sale cheap Nebo Implement Co h Mrs Bruce Phillips and family left for Idaho Falls Idaho where Mr F Phillips is at work i Mrs Matt Cronin returned from Ogden Saturday after a six weeks visit 1 with relatives and friends in that city k Mrs Joseph A Swenson is visiting 1 relatives in Cleveland Emery county I She will be there about ten days + l I Quite n number of the Utah County 1 farmers arc attending the Farmers School at the H Y U this week r House and lot for sale on main street Dont wait for the electric car line and l have to pay two prices For particulars 4 1 toe David A Stone c i County commisioner Walker of Pleas f ant Grove was burried Sunday A great i number of people from different parts of the county attended the funeral The 4th Ward are preparing n grand I buaar in the near future They will t have wearing apparal for Indies and children in abundance and remember n there will bo bargains We will e...

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. — 17 February 1910

F 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 p THE SPANISH FORK PRESS = 7 r VOL IX NO 5 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 1910 at Entered Spanish Fob Fork 21 Utah secondclans Act of Congress matter March Post 3 Office UTe qr RICHES OF ALASKA I I RESOURCES OF GOLD COPPER COAL AND OTHER MINERALS BEYOND COMPREHENSION Territory Bought Form Russia for I Seven Million Dollars Has Already Yielded Ore Hundred and Sixty Millions In Gold Washington Aslaska which Score tary Balllngor has frequently said Is j Americas prize pacKago may be a I greater prize than man has ever dreamed Recent Investigations In the Innooko district the central Kus > kokwln valley and tho new Haldltarod district now partially finished by the United States geological eurvey dis closes new placer gold districts which promise very heavy returns The little territory bought from Russia for 7000000 In 18U has to...

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. — 17 February 1910

s THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH i THE UTAH BUDGET To JI Oiumlson IB to have a waterworks ystnn funds having barn VOtelt tor t Ulat purpose Tho business mon of GruHsvlllo have started a movement looking to the organization of a bank In that thriving little town I In 1008 there were 4122 marriages + and 528 divorces In the slate or Utah 3 while In 1800 there were lfiOll mar riages and D30 divorces Morris Johnson who accidentally 4 shut himself while cleaning u shotgun t At his homo In Salt Lako City is re 1 ported to be out of danger A canning factory at Murray Is now matured Work upon the erection of i4 such a plant will begin as soon an a t I tillable location can be secured t y lion Osborne 3G years of ago em ployed at the Utah Copper mill at f Garfield as n mechanic wm CIIUM on 1 11 lino shaft In the mill Saturday after noon and Instantly killed A movement Is on foot at Provo to organize a ntato Jersey association tI for the purpose of encouragin...

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. — 17 February 1910

rcfirDiviVs 1 1 VMARlON Cll WTORDft Jl0 X Hjry J X T w Ju V T JL L Jtw JLX AUTHOR vIlRACrcSfIlJ jIl7I1UJIIElfEl I1 LJJTRATIOficI5Y QWEIL CVPYRCW7 907 BY f 1ARON CRRWfVRD I = IIi II r l i U aai 4j I 1 I i J r Mr Van Torp Was Puzzled SYNOPSIS Barakn a Tartar girl became enamored tt a golden bearded HtranRor who was prospecting and studying herbs In the Iclnlty of her homo In central Asia and evealcd to him the location of a mine f rubles hoping that the stranger would ove her In return for her disclosure hey were followed to the cave by tho Irls relatives who blocked up the en ranee and drew oft the water supply eavltiK tho couple to die Barakas cousin aad her betrothed attempted to climb own a cllft overlooking tho mine but ho traveler shot him The stranger was evlved from a water gourd Sand car led due his way out of the tunnel and epurted deserting tho gIrl and carryIng has of rubles Bnrakn gathered all the ems she could carry and started In pur ult Marsartt Donne Margarita da ordo...

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. — 17 February 1910

1Ih I r t 4 + TIME m TABLE r dl rsl No CG going north 101 am 4 No 6H going north 7W am S No IHgolng north 328 pm i FROM SALT LAKH No nlgolng south 1015 l am No 01 going south 1028 pm fll No dfi going south G23 pm t fi fI Inllntlnl trains are now running dally between Stilt Lake and the Pa 1 cific const UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch i with two great cities Host local train 1 servIce J H MANDKHFiELD Assistant i General Iassengur Agent N PETERSON Depot Ticket Agent j a L DENVERRIDGRAPJp GDANUl ANO w E i I Arrival and departure of trains from Depot 1 t No 4091or Springvlllo Prove t and all points east and west 810 a in No 4311or Springvlllo Provo Salt Liako and all points east and west 127 p in No 4101or Kureha Mammoth and Silver City 703 p in I 1 No 432For Eureka Mammoth ra and Silver City G15 l a m 1 Connections made In Ogden Union II depot with nil trains on Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line OFFERS CHOICE OF w i I 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY4 i t AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC + ROUT...

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. — 17 February 1910

A C T e r Obtest fMenlmer Q Q In Q Q F I > Lx iijeiic I r ALDO i Ott I ilifif N I Jl k r C IIII WU ° II t t w w a s e rr vltr vrrJV err t O3P GYTB Zi9W M7ryLiT u grhE rORroD OJ sass Ii O CLASS of antiques Is of greater rarity today than the U M valentines of ye olden time = Nor Is this strange for filmy creations of lace paper and scrap pictures could scarcely be expected to stand the wear and tear of a century or more and survive as does old fur niture or pewter or bras Possibly because old valentines are so comparatively few In r number and so hard to find only a very limited number of persons have ever attempted to gather collections of an cient valentines as a fad or a pastime A recent canvass of tho leading museums and libraries In tho United States disclosed the fact that none of them possess so much as a single specimen of the valentine of our greatgrandmothers period although the British museum In London boasts tho own ership of a number of early valentines The one notabl...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 17 February 1910

I TUitARK OTv Jyr 11ACut ANTI ciT l want n diamond IT you want n diamond you can tl ot ono now at 15000 per carat As lone aa tlioy last we aro oolllng x limited lot from half carat stones tip to two carats XX Each atone guaranteed of finest out oloan and I a jjorfoot l I ff smwu feu f 1 II I I jJ J 170 HAtN rr SALT LAIC cur UTAI t SEND US 25 CBNTS FOR c A PACKAGE OF t I t r r s4 TIZ I li Il FOR TENDER FEET f SGHRAMMJOHNSON DRUGS TILE NEVER SUBSTITUTORS t STORE NO 1 SALT LAKE CITY i SEEDS Good wed are the true foundation of Isrje I r crops Oar big Catalogue tells all about the Let fttdi that grow Send for Free Copy UORELER SEED COSal Lake City Ilaj j I TESTED SEEDS ttenrlA hundreds I ol dollar every year to ummaam TEST OUR SEEDS aaan fI I But vhcn you Imy them you can depend tber P + tssesa Tim Quality Wrltu for our Free DaasrlptlvB Catalog PORTER WALTON CO Salt Lake City aeweica autom HKAtH 8TKKOII8 I RUBBER STAMPS I IIAIXirN THADK i II D I OlthOKS Ktc Far fr f ftaliberType Outfits ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 17 February 1910

Ir r J THE SHADOW OF DEATH 5 Remarkable Recovery of a Washing ton Woman I Mrs Enoa Shearer Yew and Wash Ington Sta Centrulla Wash with ono kidney gone tho other badly diseased and fivo doctors in consultation was thought to bo In a b hopeless state Tho story of Mrs Shear ers awful sufferings atd her wonderful f S S cure through using S Doans Kidney Pills Is i a long one but will Interest any sufferer with backache or kidney trouble nnd Mrs Shearer will tell It to any one who writes her en closing a stamp I am well and active c though 05 years old and give nil the credit to Doans Kidney Pills says Mrs Shearer Remember tho name Doans For sale by all dealers 60 cents a box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y HE MEANT EVENING GOWNS 1 WellMeant Compliment to American Woman Somewhat Marred by Unfortunate Error Mons Pruger who from his triumph at the Savoy hotel In London has como to New York to conduct a very fashionable restaurant was compli mented by a reporter on his perfect English Well said...

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. — 17 February 1910

Local Jots Home for pale Enquire of Lyman Losec + j WANTED Second hand roll top I < < desk Nebo Imp Co Good second hand wagon for salt cheap Nebo Implement Co y a FOR SALE One second hand t r white top buggy and harness Neb o I Implement Company I Mrs Nuns Petersen is very ill with I acute pneumonia We hope for her speedy recovery I I Miss Isabel Smith entertained a few of her friends Tuesday afternoon in i t I t honor of her nineteenth birthday H o t Deputy Sheriff Alma Hales and County Attorney Jacob Evans were i in f town Tuesday on business I Wednesday evening the city council 1 granted Jesse Knight a franchise for it an electric car line through our city House and lot for sale on main street + 1 Dont wait for the electric car line and d have to pay two prices For particulars see David A Stone lt Vern Thomas who for the past three li months has been working in the mines I in Tintic has returned home to work i on the farm for the summer tr A good energetic Agent wanted to r...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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