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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 10 March 1910

BLAMES THE FARMER RETAIL DEALERS SAY PACKERS AND FARMERS ARE RESPON SIBLE FOR HIGH PRICES m Deny That Any Agreement on Prices Among Retailers Exists and Will Not Assume Responsibility for prevailing High Prices Washington Retail meat dealers placed upon tIle farmers and tho pack era responsibility for the higher price iof meat In testimony given before the ieenate committee Investigating the In creased cost of living on Tuesday I Five retail men from Now York Philadelphia Baltimore and Washing um were heard and Walter Brown a Washington dealer who kills his own meat was tho only one who did not admIt that the price of meat had gone up at least 10 per cent during the last Bvo years Mr Brown Insisted that prices were practically the same now as then All agreed however that competi tion among the retailors kept the price to the consumer as low as pos sible Fach witness vigorously denied the datallers were responsible for prevail Bng prices and none would admit that Vuy agreement on pri...

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 March 1910

I 1JCQ Il I 4BE 9io l DfE nlJNNJir lLLUJTAT fiY JAY WALT J COPy AI NT I clffClURr7 CO SYNOPSIS Thc Htory opens with tlic nlilpwreclc of Die steamer nn which MIsH Gcnevlrsvo r Lrallo an Amiilriin heiress Lord Win t i 1 tltrupc an Knnll < hiimi and Lon fluke ti I w liriifiipm Aiiicrlimi wero piiHSotiKiTB i The lliric wcie funned upon an tinlnlmlj lied Inland and Mirc tint only ones not I I drown Illnkr recovered from a dniiik I n iilnpor Uliikt1 HlinniiLil on the liont I 4catisn of Ills roUKhncsH lieciunn a hero Jta prracrver of the hclplfsx pair The TfriRllxlimnn was Hillntf for tile hand of Jllss Icsllo lllalco Htnrleil 10 awlm bock i to tin ship to weaver wluil WIIH left 4 I tllalin rrtiirnfd safely Wlnthrnpo wiiHtcd bill Inst nmtch on u cigarette for which m I I he wax seined hy Illilu Ilirlr llrnt meal was a ilcitd tali Tho trio Htnrtiil u ten I mile Itlkn for lilKlicr Innd ThliHt at kr 1 taolinl them lllnlin wan rompcllocl to Ii n carry Mlws Irsllo on account of wunrl 1 t I n...

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. — 10 March 1910

r WHY NOT Unjov tlio Tea of Beath the best Tea on the niiirkvt In your next Rrot trY order gently but firmly insist on HEWLETTS TEAS being sent and refuse nil substitution TlU I SARh or f ttk AGUMNTft l hat is your cigar bill f you carry n S75 wntch twonty ivo years the cost Is twontyflvo month You cant smoke cuts n ntich on that Do fair with your elf Buy a bettor Wntch Wo soil ho best rY < fiSCSI kI LJflf 170 MAIN sr SALT lArtt CITY UTAH Irti Q IVt Why Not Own Farm r ThoiMimdB of acre an ell 111 choice nKtliultural laml bolus brought under cultivation In MHIanl 11 tilUcmcrcomitlcs by Irrigation Fifty Thousand Acres In Mlllnnl county will be disposed ol un I der Carey Act mien Drawing nt Lynn Utah Lynndyl P O Monday April 11 free the Agent at ICO Main Street Phone Dell Kxrtmnitc 1I for excursion rates and literature T 0 IWK J HMAM > Mirjiu > GUI las8 Act AhfctacnPaniAgt ° 2 1 I I Good seeds ire the true foundation of Urge I I crops Our big Catalogue tells all about the I be...

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 March 1910

Local Jots Kent the locals on page 1 n Home I for RaleI Enquire of Lyinan Losee FOR SALE Second hunt wagon and harness cheap Apply to Kdward C ChriBtisiiRon I t j For Rent Three room brick cement cellar new One block caat of S F 1 Coop Apply to John J S Johnson Eureka I Utah or Commercial Hank of Spanish Fork 1 Delinquent Notice c Tin m Itcil CniHr Jneen Mlnliit anil Mllllni Co prlnclptl I place of business Spanish I 1ork Utah 1 There nro dcllniiient upon the following L hrrlhe1 I Well on artounl of in asAcssmtiil I levied on thr Ilrtl day of lebrunry HMO thi L t M vcral nmounlH net opposite the names of tin I respective shireholderN as fol Ins r t Nome No trrt Shrs Atnt Win I Doiuile IT 1 iso l 1 A Simons HI loui 1101 I I I I II I Smith IM 4111 I 10 I I Willis ItOKOrs Ml I Mi ro 1 Huttine llnlsh I I W MX W I I I IrUilt llnuklns 01 KM V 0 i And In I accord n r with I law and nil oidcro L j tlio bniinl of directors nwde on the 3rd 1 day IIf I I IYbnmry MHO I sn nmiiy tliiurs of each ...

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 March 1910

r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS = VOLUME IX It r I 4 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 17 1910 NUMBER 9 y LOCAL JOTTINGS Miss Annie Thomas who is teaching school at Alpine was home for a short visit this week John W Howe who for the past year has been at Richfield Idaho returned to this city Wednesday Mrs A Saxey entertained at light luncheon last Saturday Mr Ray Stnyner was the guest of honor I have an incubator for sale cheap for cash It is nearly new having been ubfd but one season Apply to George A Hicks i Dan Albertson and Eugene Wilkins left last Monday for Bliss Idaho where they will be employed on the rail road grade Peter Malcolm of this city ill i in Moore Idaho at present and has ac cepted a position in the orchestra in that place A twelve pound son was born to Mr and Mrs Hyrum Christensen last Mon day morning This is the eleventh child in the family Judging from the ammount of green being worn today a goodly portion of our citizens can trace back a relation ship to the Emerald 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. — 17 March 1910

A r 1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Elisha Warner Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH o I i THE UTAH BUDGET Summit county has a population of 10000 of which fully onehalf live in Park City Two tramps have been arrested at Muntl supectcd of having robbed tho post ofllce Half of Pioneer park In Salt hake City Is I jto bo converted Into a play ground for children The first supplies have arrived for the now 27OUO wagon bridge to bo built over tho Green river at Green IUver Utah Nick Berrymnn convicted of enter I t ing a lodging houso at Bingham and t Hleallng GGO has been sentenced to t six months In the county jail I Iho city of American Fork has just received a now hose cart with GOO e I feet of hose and It Is their Intention to organize a volunteer lire depart t ment I s Active construction work upon an 1 I irrigation project that will entail a total expenditure of l2nO000 will ho + 1 started in Beaver county within sixty e1 + days e 1 A franchise has been granted to the I Ogden Rapid Transit compa...

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 March 1910

i 1 1 I s ffin DiviV d r VMARroN CnAwrODD CGe AUTHOR Of I lflACtlEclfAJ n AR THUSA Tffi IL LJI yTRATIONW s WEL tOpYRCHT 1907 Y FMRRoN CRRwoR0 = = g jiT3 I l 1 I It l I Mr Van Torps Solid Arms Slipped Into the Sleeves SYNOPSIS Barakn Tartar girl became enamored of a Kol ln bearded stranger who was rrnMcitmi and studying herbs In the vicinity or her horn In central Asia and revelled In him the location of n mint of rubles i hoping that the stratiKer would tit love hrr In rpturn for her disclosure They were followed to tho cave by the girls relatives who blocked up the en t trance and drew off the water supply leaving the couple to die Bnrakus cousin I Saatl her bitrothcd I attempted to climb don a dire overlooking till mine hut the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Sand car t ried due his way out of tho tunnel and departed deserting tho girl and cnrryliiR a huB of rubles Haraka gathered all the I gems she could 1 carry and nrin imm la i I uon tcarnry nn t n...

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 March 1910

t r 4 AGREE TO ARBITRATE DANGER OF WALKOUT OF FIRE MEN OVER FOR PRESENT UN t LESS MEDIATION FAILS f Union Officials Had Set the Hour for l Beginning of the Strike When t Offer Was Made by the Rail > roads Involved 1 Chicago Danger of an Immediate litrlko of 27000 locomotive firemen t the throwing out of employment of i i moro than 125000 other employes nul tho temporary suspension of business i I ness on practically every railroad be I tween Chicago and tho Pacific coast fwas averted on Tuesday through tho 1 r I acceptance of offers for mediation h i from tho federal authorities At tho requests of the general man I agers of tho fortyseven railroads In l volved Chairman Knapp of the Inter atato Commerce Commission and f 1 Commissioner of Labor Neill tele It j graphed an offer for mediation to the i 4 I union officials This offer was accept ed W S Carter president of tho j Brotherhood of locomotive Firemen I l and Englnemon < stipulating however that action must begin at once k ...

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 March 1910

1 I TRIKE NOT SETTLES ILADELPHIA TRACTION COM pANY AND CARMEN UNABLE TO REACH AN AGREEMENT Inference Comes to Naught and La bor Leaders Issue a Call to Labor Unions of the State for a Gen eral Strike Vote Irhlladclphia The conference with urge H Harle did not result In any suggestion for the scttlument an or j the carmens strike and negotla pns are therefore to ho considered Bilcil was the official statement is Jed Tuesday night by the general nice committee of ten President E E Giocnawalt of tho iite federation of labor has Issued u 11 to labor unions of the state to ke a genet al strike vote and hold leinsolves In readiness to respond to Icall for the statewide sympathetic ike authorized by tho recent con nllon of the state federation at f wcastle SEAL HERDS DWINDLING esldent Declares That Ruthless Slaughter Should Stop Washington President Taft has lino to the conclusion that the ughter of seals on the islands of St kul and St George must stop and nt a special message to congress...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 17 March 1910

i f TO GET titS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS if ALWAYS BUV THE GENUINE m SVRUPNOiGS 11 AND i I fUXIROFSENNA MANUFACTURED BY THE l I lIfORNIA i6YwP o I 1 I SOLD BV ALL LEADING i f ONE SIZE ONLY OVA BOTTLE u H J I i ABSENCE NOT SAMS FAULT ° i j i tInder the Circumstances It Will Readily 1 I fly Be Seen Why He Was Un 4 able to Come ii 1 i A An East end family has enjoyed for I sonic thou the services of an Industrl Ili t ous colored man familiarly known ns I Sam who helped on certain days of 1 the month with tho heavier forma of t tt II the household work heating the rugs 1 f cleaning tho windows and keeping tho walks and paths In order r t t On a recent morning a morning i When tho useful helper was due tho doorbell rang nnd tho mistress of tho r houna answered tho summons Sha 1 found at the door an extremely polite colored man who took off his hat and thuS addressed her Mr Uannon Is very sorry maam bet you must excuse him cause ho I calnt como to your house this mornln maam r Hints too bad sai...

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. — 17 March 1910

t1 Marti or ttk TNTLC I liink this minute Losts twontyflvo cents a month costs our ton 7500 watches L carry one of our Pit only wears twcntyflvo years It Ithout abuse It will wear iwlco ing VinU j y MAIM 170 It SALT LARS CITY UTAH Ul i Rl Why Not Own f fTo rm r Thouiamls ot acres I Ill tl Fa choice mtrlculturul bclnir brought under cultivation In Land M lllanl and Ilpuvcrpountlcs by imitation Fifty Thousand Acres Mlllanl county will he deposed of I un In IerCarCY Act rule Draw Ins ut Lynn der iiiBh aniKlyl P O Mondny April 11 the Agent iat 169 Main Street Uhone ilcll 4ee KxilintiKe IB for I cxcurclon rates tiud literature i IrrK J H MANPKimrin T U 1 UenlaslAgt Astlen1assAgt EEDS ood seeds are the true foundation of large Oaf big Catalogue tells all about the raps tit seeds that grow Send for Free Copy OGELER SEED COSalt Lake City ESTED SEEDS It coeds hundreds ot dollars every year to s ee TEST OUR SEEDS I But II hcn you buy them you can depend I they possess The Quality Write for ou...

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 March 1910

1I I 1 1 Local Jots tend the Inculs on page I I Probate and Guardianship Notices n v d Consult County clurk ur the rivpcrthr t > lcn I nrH for further Inforniullnn NO PICK TO riiMirroits Kitnln ot lilliMbith Iuillun iliTiMisi Creditor will present fliilinH with oucliiTH Into iimlernlirmMl his rislilrncr lit llenjii I min Utah fount v Utah on or liufcirr the Inlli 1 lay i of July ifw riivViuKrt 11 HAWKINS i t itilnilnlHtrnlor of tin CHtutoof Kllalirlh Iud I I lowiliocimnl Ditti nf i first inilillciitlonMulch 10 iniO KM IIANSIIN Attorney fur Iho iM UK + Delinquent Notice The lied Copper Queen Mining mill Mlllliin n tirliiulpiil pluoi of liutlniHv Mpinlsh Fork Hull Then Hrn ilrllminciit I upon the tnllnwln I g drrrf is l iturk on account of un assessment l I I levied on Ihn and day of Iebruary UNO the several iimnuntK Mitopposllu thu Hitmen t of thr I rispccllxn nhirchnliliTK us follows I I 1 Nnniu No Crt Slim Amu Win P 1 Dotiillc IET I 11 Amuai f M A I Simons HI dun I IX I II I P I...

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. — 24 March 1910

THE SPANISH FORI I PRESS i VOLUME SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 24 1910 NUMBER 10 t LOCAL JOTTINGS MM Nels Petersen left Monday for I short visit in Oasis with relatives John Bowen Mrs Nicholas Smiths I brother came down from Logan to at tend tutu funeral of Mrs Richard Smith E MM Clarence Ashcraft after spending month in this city visiting with I friends ing a and relatives returned to her I home in Garfield Saturday An Easter program consisting of recitations and speaking will be son hlll 6 8 on Easter Sunday at the Presby terian Church at 11 a m All are in ited John Christensen formerly a rea state man of this city came up from the Dixie country lately and was in Spanish Fork Wednesday He lelt for tscoueld Thursday where he will re main for a few lays II T Mathews who for the past weeks has been visiting with fceven relatives in the cast returned Friday luring his vacation Mr Mnthcwa visit led New York Buffalo Niagara Falls land other places of interest Sidney D Cook of Provo ...

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. — 24 March 1910

= e t i l CID 1IDrnE mnf1Jll TI I 0 J r D r 7 1 u 0 I I II c7 ou a i r ROBERTa l i ROBERT l IE i it 1 BINN + T I LLWrAIoff IJY RAY WALTlJ OPYRIlIr rot tr Acsiicutac II co + SYNOPSIS The story opens with Urn shipwreck of l the steamer on which Miss QenoUnvo j Leslie nn American heiress Lord Win t rope nn Englishman and Tom Blake i IJru quo American wcro passengers flii three worn tossed upon nn uninhab ited Island and were tho only ours not i irowncd Ulako recovered from a drunk in stupor Blake shunned on the boat I kacauso of his roughness become a hero I ka preserver of the helpless pair Tho f rnRllBlurmn way suing for tho hand of t Him Ixslle Jllako started to Blin hack f o tho ship to recover what was left S IC t Blako roturned safely Winthropo wasted tlI his lost match on a cigarette for which of Ii be was scored by lake Their first meal i t was a dead fish Tho trio started a ten 1 inllo hlko for higher land Thirst at lacked them Blake was compelled to Ii tarry Miss Leslie on ac...

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. — 24 March 1910

4 lllIh Iis I s 9 i i L I J 11 kv i E1IAIm > > N CRAWEORD AUTHOR Or e IlRACIYEcSrll1J jRETlfUJIlETrElt l LjgTiITION 1 sa wEL O yRGHT 907 BY IrMRI2oV cwgwfv SYNOPSIS altn a Tartar girl bccamo enamored 1 EOldon boarded stranger who wan tVfctlnB and sludyliiB herbs In the Ictlng of her homo In central Asia and nlty to him the location of a mint Cnes nlwl hoiln that the stranger would ubles her in followed return for to the her cavo disclosure by the I5 relatives wre who blocked up the en Ire and drew oft tho water supply tine ce the a couple to die BaraKas cousin Ing El her betrothed attempted to climb cola overlooKing the mine but Ki a n traveler shot him The stranger was i ell dUg from his WilY ft water out or gourd the tSnnel Saad > car and Srlcd deserting the girl and carrying nil tho Sc of rubles Uaraka gathered fs g could carry and started In pur she i s MarKiiret aDonne Margarita da a famOUS prima donna became ova fed In London to Konstantln Lo god ur Bill ft wealthy Gr...

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. — 24 March 1910

l t I 1 1 t THE SPANISII FORK PRESS Elisha Wnrner Publisher f SPANISH FORK UTAH lu Coal i flews l In Alaska fit the climate 1 it1 i t idmlrably l There la too much black hand In liV t I r I Ihls country of noap and water i tli I i After n long and slippery climb RW 11 1 aleomargnrlno enters Into high society k I One Chicago burglar plundered n 11lJ Il I i bwyera homo and got away with It i r However there Is nothing to show I11 1 I 1 j t price amt horeo meat has increased In Notwithstanding tho high cost of I I t living most of us seem to bo doing tll r f It very nicely f What shall wo cat has now become III 1 I 1 i paramount Issue In tho United I I i Stales of America t I Meat or no meat whats the differ II j i ence so long as wo have terrapin oJ anvnsback and oysters IIi1 d II Still the flld Is free and l any ono 1 Ii 1 I who care to do so may tako a day oft End Invent a new language I i 1 Surgery Is to be used for badness I Iv In Now York children but will stop t of well this sld...

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. — 24 March 1910

0 = CANNON DEFEATED BY INSURGENTS PEAKERSHIP SHORN OF VAST POWERS AFTER SENSATIONAL POLITICAL BATTLE urgent Republicans and Democrats Succeed In Removing Speaker From Committee on Rules But Refuse to Declare Speak ershlp Vacant Washington After one of the most sensational political buttles In the his tory of the house of representatives Speaker Joseph G Camion on Satur day lost tho ancient prestige and weapon of that office when the allied Republican Insuupents and Democrats toolc from him not only the chairman gjijp of but even membership In the allpowerful committee on rules the chief asset In his stock of power By a vote of 191 to 155 the Rcpub lie an Insurgents voting solidly with the Democrats tho house adopted the resolution of Mr Morris Republican r I JOSEPH G CANNON of Nebraska requiring a reorganlza tlon of the rules committee Increas Ing Its membership from five to ten and declaring tho speaker Ineligible to membership thereon By tho cuilously identical vote of 191 to Hi5l...

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. — 24 March 1910

1U f t 1 l Fillow this advice i V Quaker Oats Is tho best of all loode p it Is also tho cheapest When such I men na Prof Fisher of Yale University i find Sir James Crlchlon Brown LLD FItS of London spend tho a r best part of their lives In studying i the great question of tho nourishing rs and strengthening qualities of differ 1 ent foodn It is certain that their ad vice is absolutely safe to follow Professor Fisher found in his ex periments for testing tho strength and endurance of athletes that tho meat caters wore exhausted long beforo tho men who wero fed on suet fftod as 1 I4 Quaker Oats rue powers of endur ance of tho non meat caters wero about eight times those of tho meat i eaters o Sir James Crichton Browne says t 0 l i eat more oatmeal eat plenty of It and ti eat it frequently D9 I WERE NO TROLLEY CARS THEN r H I t s ll 1 II I J frJ I I I t + i Abel Strlnghatn tell you my boy I Shakcspcnro could never havo written i E a drama like yours I Playwright You aro very compli 1 f...

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. — 24 March 1910

ASK FOR HEWMOJA Tho neW high grado stool cut perfect Coffoo Tho only fresh f t rousted Coffoo In tho dtMo i Blended roasted and packed by s Hewlett Bros Co Sold by your grocer for 40c por pound gn I MARK f rna = AGUARANTL C I Think of this a minute It costs twontyflwo cents a month to carry ono of our 7500 watches If It only wears twontyflvo yoars Without abuso It will woar twlco long iro MAIM It SALT LAKE CITY UTAH iii I I I I Why Not Own Farm Thousands o ncroi an ClllU choice UKriculttirul lend being brought under cultivation In Millard and Ucaercountlc ljyIrrigation Fifty Thousand Acres In Jllllard county will he disposed of un der Cnrcy Act rules Drawing at Lynn Utah Ljnndyl I O Monday April 11 Sec the Agent at 1C9 Main Street Phone Dell Exchange 1C for excursion rates and literature TC ITCK J HltANiirnniLn IonPas Act ABStGcnlnssAgt mm WIRE IRON WORKS 631 STAT STREET SALT LAKE CITY 4 r a r r I c c c c t The above represents one of the innny different desliii of Iron 1 erne we ma...

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. — 24 March 1910

r I Local Jots Head the locals on page 1 I Probate and Guardianship Notices J t Consult County Clerk or the ri Hellir W t fnI lor further Infnrnnitlon Norlcl Norlci 10 alt Ill ions Uilatrnt Kllruhrlli tuillow ilri oKiil rrrdllorn will prrxcut ililtnH wllli olllhlr v to the unilcrNtifiiiil his riNldiiici lit llonjii 1 mIll Utah County mull on or licfnni the ISO 11 + b ilayofJulv WO I ell A1tIIS n HAWKING tulmlnUlrnUir of llm UMtnto of rllulicth Iud 1 lowili ri < H iMl Until of tint pulillrullunMiircli 10 IIUO KMAS IIANSTN Attorney fur Ilii fotllll 1 1 Delinquent Notice I The HI l Copper IJuorn MltilnK and Mlllln Co principal place of l > ntln < N punlKti < fork Utah r There lire dcllnciiivnl upon HIP follunln tlevfrllMilklnckiiin of mi CHOlItlIt I I JoVII1 nil the Ird dRY of relmmry IUIO thr Ji t several amounts setnpposltc the imrncs of Ih l iispfctlve shareholder IIH follow Name No Cort Mirs 1un I Win P Doudle UT 1 JIM J as I A I Slmoni HI 110 i I IN1 i I1 II P I hralth...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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