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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 10 May 1906

jA DGADDEN Mtn t wJ xrw I I I TO DESTROY GOPHERS If Lds Recommended by the Agri P cultural Department at Washington district west of the every any river Is more or less Infested I 55 Ippl isfessle orwith 1 fested with the pocket gopher so very destructive to crops Go phers may be de rtt stroyed by poi l son by traps and by the use of carbon bisul r phide Polsonfng with strychnine it Is the most ef fective means as It may bo done at the lowest cost As recom mended by the I r United States de 0 eat of agriculture Dissolve ounce of strychnine sulphate O one pint of boiling water a pint of thick sugar syrup jtir Preserve In a close vessel quantity Is sufficient to poison half bushel of shelled corn or r grain Steep the corn In hot fcr and allow It to soak over night q n drain and allow It to soak for p ral hours in the poison syrup p n may be ruboed in meal to remove ui excess ot moisture Is poisoned corn may bo Intro d d 1 into the runways by the use of Ipple and a spoon This dipple at...

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 May 1906

IprTri I LIif AN EVERYDAY STRUGGLE I I Ken and Women of Every Occupation i Suffer Miseries from Kidney Complaint J 0 Lightner 703 So Cedar St Abilene Kansas In one ot tho thou sands who Buffer from kidney trou bles brought on by j dally work I first noticed It eight or ten years ago said Mr Llghtner Tho I dull pain In tho i i back fairly mndo mo sick It was hard to get up or down hard to straighten hard to do any work tha brought a strain on tho back I had frequent attacks of gravel and thn h urlno was passes too often and with pain When I lined Doans KI toy Pills however all traces of tho trou ble disappeared and have not return ed I am certainly gralcfiii Sold by all dealers 5d tets n box I FoBterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y Skulls Preserved It Is the custom In Brittany to dig up the bones of the dead after a cer tain time and preserve tile skull only In a small box with a heartshaped M opening In Its front Each box It + marked with the name and date of tho t dead WORST CASE OF ECZEMA t...

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 May 1906

Etpensive Antics In young men wno played tin It ghosts In Galway Ireland with Ordinary success found It an ex pastime An elderly woman V8 J acting as caretaker of n vacant and the young men gained an ce to the upper rooms where antics so convinced the woman ithe house was haunted that she The owner on his re place he Ifountl feather beds and pictures ns and for these the two lively have been sentenced to six e hnrd labor Village of Cripples strangest village In the world doubtedly the little hamlet of near Culoz In France not far the Italian frontier whore dwell 200 deformed men women and ren who In Paris go by the name ulsdeJatte They are deprived e use of their legs and thighs push themselves along In prlml ooden carts with wooden wheels i they propel by means of a flat lisped block of wood In either I I = Will Carry 4lDO 1lUIlerJgers The Kalsorln Auguste a length of Victoria has over 700 feet and Is 78 feet beam She will carry 1i50 in first class 31i0 In passengers SEcond class I...

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 May 1906

7 i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WEEKLY ANDREW JENBEN PUIIUSUKli I SUDSCniITION pit year liro PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ADVFUTI9INO IUTF9 Display Adi per Inch one month 100 Local Readers one issue I per line lOo NOTICE LOOAL NEWS ore al IMVF i iv LI fay A welcome MaUe the articles abort as ttIs Impossible to handle lone artlclci lIt you havent gbt time to write call I up phone 82 m Local News John Briggs has bought Parley JohuHouo place in the Fourth wardMrs Mrs Alexander Gihspe of Provo has been visiting with her sinter Mrs Orau Lewis this week The West Field Irrigation Co turned tho water iu their ditches on I the 7th and will begin timing on t tho 16th Mr and Mrs Winslow of Nan ton Canada who have been visit ing in this city with t Winslows parents Mr andI frs Fred G Hniiflou huyo returned home r Out ice ureum is i ttalisfying and IcuVeh u pleasant taste in the 4 luoiith Made of purjo cream eggs sugar und flavoring i No gelatine or ooru starch pity t rug Store < It has hept q orderod that ...

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 May 1906

+ I THE SPANISH p FORK PRESS VOL V NO 18 = SPANISH FORK 1 UTAH THURSDAY MAY 17 1000 Entered Feb M 102 as eocondclns matter Post once f 1 at Spanish Fork Utah Act of C6i resa March A im u uwLlwwllwdwutwauulwurluuwwltita CITY DRUG STORE JIMO J BANKS Prop PURE K AND DRUGS p MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS rr ufrmmnmfmrnrtmfnmTfnnmmrfrrtrtnlrnnnnnnmmnmmmnTTD I hats the matter O f rift IDAHO Thousands of acres pf land have been reclaimed to cultivation by irrigation in that State during the past 10 yearn Thousands more will bo reclaimed within the next 10 years This mean an opening for many thousands of homes ATE You INVESTIGATED IDAHO It has been truthfully termed a and of Opportunities Land of Homes The Oregon Short Line Railroad Co 111 be pleased to semi descriptive mat r regarding Idahos resources Write DK Burley G PA or D S Spun r A G P A Salt Lake City Utah SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARX PUBLIC Money Loaned Irritated Farmslow Interest special op tions of partia...

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 May 1906

I k I TUG SPANISH FORK PRESS ANUnUTT JeNSEN FnblUhar BPANIOM FORK UTAH 1 ft UTAH I STATE NEWS jj I 1ho Indications thin your for a m Iaito fruit crop In Utah are very promising Tho total lass an a lesult of the re cent flro at Ogden nmountH to 21110 John M Browning tho Ogden Inven tor of firearms has been awarded a John Scott medal A special train carried 100 Park City people to Sail Lake City to nt p tend the G A R encampment Phyllis Brown aged it collided with a street car while riding a bicycle In Ogden and wan severely Injured Mat Dnchmnn a Hungarian was Instantly R stantly killed at Mcrcur by falling from a thirtyfool railroad trestle William Pilgrim a Rio Brandt Western brakcman was falally In jured In tho rallrond yards at Park Olty OltyD D M Morrison of Ogden collided Trlth an automobile while riding his bicycle and was seriously Injured but Will recover Victor Beckman a miner In tho St IxniloMngnolla nt Park City was pain fully Injured by a falling pump rod while nt work in...

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 May 1906

IITB 11 it I1J IJ0UESDC4NA BY IMJARY J 1 BEVERFITV Pi WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DON C WILSON Cpfig + ir 002 gv i1Yk aayCorAny ajl PlBfb PtJtnR1 I 1 CHAPTER XV the death of Laro a now and fter ewhat better order of things pro t fed among tho so called Pirates of gulf tow under the direct leadership of s JBtlo alone and with better oppor fltlcs for knowing his chivalrous na t the larger body of them followed lei uestlonnsy his more merciful and ti lawless practices and not a few I the men actually relished the nged conditions In which they r nd themselves d aronne who had been given n vcs T of his own had gathered to him a If the most unregenerate of Laros I lowerd and entered upon a career which lie observed the samo moth as his former commander with result that ho was finally brought t execution together with most of I i crew In a South American port Life at the Ursullne convent was b many months a burden to Lazalle I her whims and caprices made it little less so to tho mother su or and...

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 May 1906

AGENTS OF SULTAN OF TURKEY r BLAMED FOR CRUEL MURDER Macedonian Refugees in Minneapolis e Slaughtered in Hovel They Called Home ROBBERY CLEARLY NOT MOTIVE FOR GRIME I Fact That Currency and Valuables Were Found with Bodies Proves Thus Inter national Politics at Bottom Is Theory of Police Officials Minneapolis Again tho old saying that murder will out bids fair to bo disproved In the heart of Minneapolis busy city of the great Northwest six ap parently liioffetiHho men luwo been cruelly put to death and all tlio offorta bf men bred to the unraveling of ft ghastly mysteries have been unavail ing cither to find tho murderers or to discover n motlvo for tho crime Tho slayers have dlnapenrcd ns com pletely us If Indeed they woro tho J fabled Invisible cloaks Love Kovcngo At tho bidding of a secret order Because tho Turkish government wanted them out of tho way Those arc tho various tlieorIVs formed by tho police And at theories they stop All that Is positively known Is that six men maikc...

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 May 1906

mii 1 mm < fJ i r wm li 4r UNruBr vI1 ia f I The Codgers Torment tit nppctllo I had when I wuz t i had UII th1 thlns I eat today dont tn toW 0 oW thho gu I to mY WIII 1 guess that I hey unr hole stol1petl up th Ii umb other used t enter to with stenmlu bowl about alClup 1010 oclock Id flret begin t el caxln in in spots nn cryln omllch Ic lOcal t 11 long mortal hours Id al tO Yn en ler death 1 starve to 111 t oat n fer th dinner horn to blow Its kome breath 1 1 reached our famly board nn hen 0 used Ul 10 lilY place a cooking and that halo jlBI I mothers ad a awful racers ac golden brown on top th1 La wit t tiers rs mashed and Aweqt ibers broad why mother hell th full dcrned bakry beat 7 Ea a > I G1 V J > A I just gorged myself so full almost ide lusted out Jn Fer an hour after that I dlnt daBt cal l shout I omehow In th afternoon alone bout eel ur oclock It u s empty an as limp as paps old te allan sock r jss I never got filled up until I wuz a ian rl1 1st my appetite for gr...

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. — 17 May 1906

I J A M I I i 1 4 i PRIDE OF vERMONT BKNNINGTON AND ITS TWO I FINE MONUMENTS Whore Gen Stark and His Brave Rev olutionary Soldleis Repulsed Col Damns Force of Maraud ing Hessians Hcnnliigton Is the most peculiarly In teresting of nil Vermont towns on iccount of Its historical lusoclatlmn us well as HH pictorial beauty ayj a writer In tho Four Track Now It I I Is situated In tho extreme Hoiith west ern portion of the beautiful state whore name derived from two worda HlgnlllCH nreeii ant mountain It WBH here that tho prideswollen HI HII I I I i I 11ATTLU MONUMENT Uurgoynu cast n covetous eyo on the supplies and stores gathered from thu ii fertile fields and to secure which for his hungry mercenaries ho sont nut nn army early In August 1777 under Col Bourn composed chiefly of Germans with a scattering of British i Walking up tho steep mile Incline to Bonnlngton Center you can sue tho site of tho Catamount tavern head 1gI quarters for tholCounclI of Safety which I constituted the organi...

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 May 1906

NEY TROUBLES AmOng Women But aslng rcrcrs Need Not Despair EST ADVICE is FREE t Ucnscs known with which ltbe organism Is aallotcd Iddney D1is ffiSU fatal nd btatisUcs the disease Is on the iucreaso hat this women s + a w I F IM r I 3 + I1 iI f t off d ° pPlrk yl P f 5 + It r a J I e Ali nY bsEm m a Sawyer I 55 early and correct treatment Is tl the patient seldom survives ROM tho disease Is fastened upon I one believe Lydia E Pinkhanvs Lble 1 Compound is the most cffl > treatment for chronic kidney Lsof women and is tho foxy this especially prepared for this Kawoman Is troubled with pain Lhtla loins backache frequent II lor I scalding urination swelling bs > or feet swelling under the Ian uneasy tired feeling In the b of the kidneys or notices ant fcnt In tho urine she should o time in commencing treatment Lydia B rinkhnms Vegetable nd as it may l > o tho means of her lifo proof read what Lydia E Pink Vegetable Componnd did for Mrs r ot express the tcrriblo Buffering I endur...

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 May 1906

I i I I I f f Firi Ii i 4 r THe SPANISH FORK PRESS wrmcrY arxx ANl1nrw TrNfmN PDnUSHTlR SfllKClUTION One roar flW IAYAHMJ IN AllVANCK n AllVCHTIItNO IIATKS DSaplay Ads per Inch one month 100 Local Headers one issue 1 per lino lOe I t > 1OCAli NEWS lire It NOTICE 1 wnys welcome Atriku tho nrtlclo Rliort BI It is I ImpoimlliU to Imndla lorn nrllclns If you havon lIot titan 10 write elll up pono r 2 Local News s = = a W A Miles is in Arioim on mining hiisincBfl i Buy your sugar from G 0Eir ilcssqn only S5JJ3 > > por sack o l f It A laughter was horn to Mr and 1 Mrs George II Lewis on the 1st j inst t John Y Smith cashier of tho chi Rank vim in town on busi ness Tuesday a Ml is Slimaled by experts that mifnh dntnngo was done lo voiieta hlos by tho front last night Stephen Bjarnson WOH hurried I y called homo from Idaho last week on account of his wife being very sick Mr and Mrs Oeo n I Snell Jr t have recently returned from n Hi wqiks biiHinesR and pleasure trip to t i Payclle ...

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 May 1906

It 1 sI I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS y VOL V NO 19 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MAY 24 1900 Entered Feb 21 1902 na Boeondclne matt r Post office at Spanish Fork Utah Act of C6ngrcaa March S um I Ii mmau tultrlluwwMll1I11lWUUU4dIw111W11 MFiniimiiuMjimuimim UCITV DRUG STORE JNO vl BANKS Prop PURE ANDII j DRUGS MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS nuRifRrRRrrnIlrrlrnTIHTYmTTT RfriTm11TTTmTTmTrtRrtrt1i11nTRnTTmTTT hats the matter O ith IDAHO Thousands of acres of land have bleu reclaimed to cultivation by Irrigation In that State during the I put 10 yearn r housands more will be reclaimed within the next 10 years This means an opening for many thousands of homes live You INVESTIGATED IDAHO It has been truthfully termed a and of Opportunities fJLand of Homes i The Oregon Short Lino Railroad Co irill be pleased to send descriptive mat Idahos resources Write regarding ir 0 J t BnrPoy G P A or D S Spen er A 0 P A Salt Lake City Utah AMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loane...

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 May 1906

Tim SPANISH FORK PRESS g ANDREW JKN8KH rubllab SPANISH FORK UTAH If I UTAH STATE NEWS Tho laying of steel out of Salt Lake City by the Western Pacific has begun Prospects now seem good for sugar factories In Sevier and Sanpeto coun ties A musicians union with twenty members has been organized In Park City Tho crops In tho vicinity of Pan gultch nro lato on account of tho un usually wet season Veterans of tho Dlackhawk war re siding in Summit county havo perfect ed an organization Diphtheria is again epidemic at Eph mlm whllo three smallpox cases were reported last week Tho number of voting districts Ir Salt Lake county are to ho reduced from fiftythreo to fortyono A number of painters and paper hangers of Salt Lake City aro on strike demanding an Increaso In wagon William Dinks a former residing nt Mnploton milcldcd last week taking trychnlno Ho leaves a wife and seven chlldron The report of tho secretary of state r shows fortythreo state and private banks in Utah Last years report ...

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 May 1906

lIf TJf7r d 11 r i I 1 111 ILUJSJANA BY MJARY EEVEREUX JLLUSTBAT10NS BT DON C WILSON apy m 44 907 b 4 aa7Corfkry 1 A 44 A nv i CHAPTER XVI lis she looked about her In the tan d and shadowy forest where the lit was already coming darkly a PL w terror arose within her and nho Ught to return by tho way she had r me but this was only to find her ps cut oft by still denser masses of growth Even as she stood L rest j sltatlng there came a faint cry hike at of a child and a rush of hopeful ss thrilled her at the thought of netting human being near In the and oppressive stillness q oom Then there fell upon her a freezing rror as she suddenly recalled tho ares telling recently of a panthers ° Ice having been heard at night near settlement and she remembered 4 e ciI at they had likened It I to tho crying > I child Trembling with fright she stood Iu anclng about In terror wondering r hlch way to turn when another red und came faintly It wns a sound e had heard before and one no I arer could...

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 May 1906

n A HOUSE N PASSES THE NAVAL BILL After Two Weeks Debate the Measure Carrying 94 764000 Taken up The Proposition That Secretary of Navy Could Go Into the Open Mar ket for Chains Anchors and Cordage Is Defeated Wnshlngton After two weeks do halo tho house on Thursday passed tho naval appropriation bill carrying J97C4000 Tho amendment providing that tho secretary of tho navy could go Into the open market and purchase chains anchors nnd cordage should It bo dem onstrated that they could bo had cheaper In free markets than thoy could bo mado by tho government was defeated by n voto of 188 to 129 By tho fiction of the IIOUBO on tho second amendment upon which a separata rate was demanded In conjunction with the naval appropriation bill a 4 per cent differential will be al lowed bidders from tho Pacific coast Tho vote on this nmondmont was very close three Republicans chang II ing from no to yes Messrs Haugen of Iowa Thomas nnd Longworth FIRST GERMAN SENATOR The Late Carl Schurz Born In G...

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 May 1906

PRISON 11 CHIHUAHUA HREE MEN WAIT DEATH ALBERT MITCHELL AND HARLE UNDER SENTENCE FOR COLD 1 BLOODED MURDERS N b GANG OF LIFE INSURANCE SWINDLERS ling of Their Victims a Part of the Scheme n by Which They Had Made Large Sums Had Another Victim Marked for Death r litoiahua Mexico Through a skein Lot and counter plot that if led by a writer of fiction would O been considered extravagant the funs of the crime of the three Hurlbert Mitchell and Harle under sentence of death here e crime for which these three arm to die s murder an Incident lelr series of carefully planned life law swindles e particular company victimized a jeof tbe greatest In the world and r carelessness on the part of the r over e saved It from a heavy loss d coati tactically In Its entirety the affair t follows Commenced in 1002 u 6t twas t In the spring of 1902 that a insurance company was called i to pay two death claims in Chl un the first on the life of Harry T t Ilitchell for 15000 under a policy ned to his siste...

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 May 1906

p HE WENT ON CRUTCHES All Medicines Failed Until Dr Wil liam Pink Pills Cured His Rheumatism II Sonio yours nrosiiys Mr W II Olnrk n prln lor I living lit 013 Buchanan street Topeka Knns I liad n bad at took of rliiunmtimii mid could not KOOIII to got over it All torts of medicine s famed failed to do 1 11I0 nay good llllcl my trouble kopt gutting worse My foot were BO swollen that I unuld not wear shoes nnd I hail to go on crntuhijs Tho imlu was torrililo Ono day I was sotting Ilio typo of nu nrilolo for till piipiT telling what Dr Will 11111I11 Pink 1illH bail derv for n nmn ixfllfctcd SIN I was mud I wan NO imprefcwd with it that 1 dutiinilnud to KVU the iiicdiulnun tiiul For n year my + iliiu inntiKtti luiil IIUCM Krowhig WOIMI lint I after UikiiiK Dr Williams Iink Pill I began to Improve l Tliu patn mid swell Ing nil dlsnppcmed nnd I can truthfully Ray tllllt I IIIIVIIt Cult hull IT in the pimt twenty yearn Ihan I do light now 1 could name oT hand u halfdozen I i > e < &g...

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 May 1906

f 1 L DOUGLAS EN k nnuelns 4O0 Cut Edgo Llntr of bo gunllod at any price oplLtt i au b iii Ru l D k I e tWLef qumr erA usT IM TNc wens IY OV y Mks t I fSTABDSHED Ik July 6 I8TO 4 CAPITAL 2soaooo s n GUGLASMAKES 6 SELLS MORE AOrURERIN THE WORLD R in nnfl REWARD la anyone who can lOiOUU disprove this statement tm Aifou Into show large factories MM nd show you the Infinite MM khlch t try nalrof hoe Is made > ou icy dire why V U Douglas S3SO shoes retomke why they Hold their shape near longer and are of greater a Islae than any other 350 shoe duple Strong Motto Shoos for Iq 28U 100 Bay School d 8hNoe nulnt spun having ti L 1ou a no enhhtilule Moue genuine ill name and price Mumped on bottom d LrEseedS used r they uilll not wear brassy lorlllu tr 1 Catalog W L DO UO IAS Itrockton MttM n I You CANNOT Li URE lamed ulcerated and catarrhal con es of the mucous membrane such as Icatarrhutcrlnecatarrh caused imlnine Ills sore throat sore yl ihior Inflamed eyes by simply g the stomach surely...

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 May 1906

r f IV v vr f ivf Vi < Ti X V t I 1 1 Local News A daughter was born to Mrs x George Prootor Tuesday I Tho Central Lumber Co of 1 t Provo is erecting n large frame building at their yards in this city t which is nearly completed L e Since Sunday afternoon many of our friends harp advised us that I if there is anything in indications t W 1 well soon Mayo a job wedding cards r i Have you seen the now riding attachment for beet cultivators you can use them on any of the f old cultiyatora Call and see them tl at the Martoll Oo I s After more thanfive years of suc cessful service as a clerk Robt M I Boyack has resigned his position at tho Young Mous Coop Leo Davis I iu the granary boy has also resigned Hats Complete line direct from New York Felt and straw all colors latest style sold at Eirik sons prices We dont under stand the scrip prices GrOEirik oson i Miss Agnes Engberg a pupil of Prof Arthur Shepherd of Salt Lako will give lessons in piano tart 4 t prgan and theory of music Wed...

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