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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 1 November 1906

Th s p ch i Cit1 Vtef HE WOMAN CORNER 7 Pretty Decorative Work tI i J UNTMELLICK AND HEDEBOW EMBROIDERY tfor I All Forms of Ordinary House cd UseCare In Washing It I a Matter of Vital Impor I tance lountraelllck work strictly speak II white upon white A new kind folly seen Is color on whltey tJ JO = irv as urn calico or tollo grosso which be ecru In tint The dead white used ion old mountmelllck work is too hard in tho color permissible and charac tlc of tho new style g e objects for which this work suited aro all those of ordinary ischold use which lend themselves decorations tea tray and sldo rd cloths cushion covers sachets ndry bags work bags tea cosies The cottons wash perfectly In any soap and water If ordinary caro Is ii No soap containing alkali should r be employed In washing colored broidery nor should tho work be n In a wet heap All the soap should rinsed out and the article quickly ed and Ironed damp as it lies face inward on linen placed over a nket so that the relief if...

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. — 1 November 1906

10 < I I e NERVOUS COLLAPSE Sinking Spoils Headaches and Rheumatism all Yield to Dr Williams Pink Plllo Mrs Lizzie Williams of No 410 Ce dar street Quincy 111 nay Ever Inco 1 I hall IHTVOIIH mOHtration about thirteen years HKO llmvo had periodical polln of complete exhaustion Tlio doc tor said my nerves vcru shattered Any excitement or iiniihuiil activity would throw mo into u tutu of HfelcnKiiusu At tho beginning my strength would como book innimidcvnto thou lifter each f attack hut tho period < df wcnkii < > x3 kept lengthening uniil nt lust I would Ho + holplcKS ns many JIM three hours nt n Htrotcli I hud dizzy feelings pnlplta tlon of tho heart misery after eating hot flashes nervous headaches iheu iimtlo pnitiHlu the harp tind hips Tho doctor did mo so llttlo good that I gave tip lila treatment nnd really feared that my case was inumnhlo When 1 begun mkiiiK Dr Williams Pink Pills my appetite grow keen my food no longer difitruhscd mu my nerves were quieted to u degi...

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. — 1 November 1906

11 laywrlght A W Plnero Method has of nn Work unusual I r r < of writing his plays Ills 0 tad does not begin until that of v day city man Is over In the Tg ferlge Ing ho goes out preferably on us Itocle returning In imo for early Then ho has a comfortable TbA tf and on waking up late In tho toon he prepares for business RO a cup of tea ho goes to his desk r remains working at his play until Ho the night TH Infant Trained to Steal has been arrested In Paris woman IT In her arms a four yearold n S which has been trained to snatch ties and Bcarfplns as Its mother ed It through tho streets Tho If at was seen to grab two watches tRd fGt1 seven pins In less than halt an 11keL IL jUP HER HEALTH 1gtmd EEDY CURE OF MISS GOODE toe rtbqQt Lit Made Well by Lydia E Pink Vegetable Compound and I 1191 ns dtosOratetully to Mrs Plnkham them rites ot too Ie or the wonderful help that she has Illbez t ea 1 Miss Cora Goodo 255 E Chicago net Chicago Ill believes it her flue beep f to write tho follow...

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. — 1 November 1906

I I 1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WEEKLY lEE ANDREW JENSEN PUDLISIJER v 4 flOCL Sugar sold at bargain at Eirik csons i It payaib trade with tho World Drug Oo 1 i DrCE Dato of feoldor Coll is visiting in this city with Dr and Mrs Hart John Pack and wife wore visiting with tholr daughter Mrs J jW Giiild last week Martha E daughter of Snml Holt is improving from a case of t typhoid fever Hon Wm H King will speak r at the Opera Houso this evening on Democracy j 1 Senator Qeo Sutherland will ad rcss tho people of Spanish Fork Sat urduy evening tho Std Dont forget that Senator George GurhorUud will speak at the Opera i Houio Saturday evening 20 acre fiold for rent forfall feed 1 u south of the San Pedro depot Write I T Jonbs Provo Clarence and Glounj sons ot Nich olas Smith are just recovering from a two months attack of typhoid fever I I t Wo undorstand that Will Book I I hill has leased the Deanery Hotel I I i at Mammoth and will move over i I to take cbar I charge 1 idy your rubber overshoe...

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. — 8 November 1906

C > 11 l t v el S Ifi f1 THE SPANISH 1 FORK PRESS t da t = VOL V NO 43 SPANISH FORK Entered Feb 21 1902 as sfcondclnsj matter Post offlco UTAH THURSDAY 1 NOVEMBER 8 y L90G at Spanish I kl Utah Act of Congress Marott isn i MttuaujmtmuuituuMMniiiiiiuiiiimmiuuma wuwwwuwuw t CITY DRUG STORE JNO J BANKS Prop PURE AND MI DRUGS MEDICINES Yi PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS E mnmmTTTTTmnmmmrrmmrmrfmnmII I I Whats the matter O with IDAHO f I I Thousands of acres of land have I been reclaimed to cultivation by Irrigation in that State during the past 10 years Thousands more will lit reclaimed within I the next 10 years This moans I an opening for many thousands of homes J RlVB You JNVK3TIOVTKD IDAHO It has boon truthfully termed a I t Land of Opportunities A Land of Homes I Tbp Oregon Short Line Railroad Co I will be pleased to vend descriptive mat Mr regarding Idahos resources Write to D E Durloy G P A or D S Spen Cer A Q P A Salt Lake City Utah SAMUEL CORNABY o NOTARY ...

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. — 8 November 1906

E r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher lt SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH I STATE NEWS Mrs Katherine Burrows who camo to Utah In 1852 died at Schofteld last week from pneumonia Tho Flour and Grain Dealers asso ciation of Salt Lake City advanced tho price of oats 5 cents per hundred Geo B Davis a bookkeeper of Sal I Lake City was run down nnd klllcc by an automobile as ho was crossing tho street C A Aamodt a painter about 55 years old was run over and Instantly killed by a freight train in the yards I at Bingham Junction Thomas Smith a well known clinrac ter of Logan was killed In the Ore 1 gon Short Line yards by being caught between two freight cars John Sill an early resident of Kays t villo nnd a mnn well known through out the northern part of Davis coun ty died at Warren Weber county at tho ago of 90 a Roy Merrill a grandson of tho Into I Apostle Merrill while at work In Rich I mond fell from an electric light polo to tho ground and his back was brok en as a result of the fal...

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. — 8 November 1906

lRy he airert JomT Mi 1y 1 1 at JapQ 0 5RCROCKETTAuIhorO 7lR 1StrucUo lJI ekwjy O displace Copyright 1S9S 1900 by S R Crockett ooa IOU CHAPTER XI Continued h of ti Suddenly there passed a wave over lrookline tt people who crowded tho spacious w cbaPt Idea plat ol Courtlaud Tim many d by fire licjiled particolored throng of worn mat tall coifs gay fluttering ribands > s oUt s Leas velvet caps gallants white I on lint letters that shifted like tho pcrmuta ire to Itions of a kaleidoscope all at once n win b lied I itself Into n sea of white faces Ifroa which presently arose a forest I famoz Igf arms flourishing kerchiefs and arnO1 Kissing caps To this succeeded a asing surer 0 rep mouthroar of burgherlsh wcl how dar come such as the reigning Prlnco had dead 1 sever heard raised In his own honor Conrad Prlnco Conrad God bless attach i cr PrinceCardinal 1 cke The legitimate ruler of Courtland a Sara Ending whero Joan had left him 1 wound rllh i his slim walsted Muscovite men re killed...

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. — 8 November 1906

J DISEASED BEEF WAS EXPORTED Vermont Authorities Round ing up the Persons Said to be Responsible I e Company Found Cnllty of Contempt of Court la Fined 3000 While Four Indictments Hnve Been Re turned Against the Company i Burlington VtTho Consolidated Rendering company was on Wednes day found guilty of contompt and Oned 3000 by JUdgo Rowe in the J Crittondcn county court Tho pro ceedings followed the failure of the company to produce for the grand Jury certain papers and memoranda t t 1 called for by the Jury which was In vestigating tho alleged purchase of 4 f diseased cattle and tho sale of meat J for food I Tho Crlttcnden county grand Jury Also returned eight Indictments In t connection with the sale and expor l tation of diseased beef and cattlo In tho state of Vermont Four of tho In dictments wore against the Consoli 1 dated Rendering company and four wore against L ID Brigham manager of tho Burlington Rendering com 1 panys plant In this city Tho local company Is controlled by ...

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. — 8 November 1906

t ss Casteflane Must the 11 Up A = ch = Millions to Retain Her Children I City Choice of Paying Counts Debts or Allowing Him to Keep the Boys Tragic Ending of Sordid International write to Marriage Anna Gould the countess of 1 ae probably will pay 5000 b ter three sons I Bonl I do Castellane father children demands possession children and gives the daughter J first great American million st ler < chofco between paying his Irldl lvln is up her children Un ihe pays the debts the Fronch probably will hold that sho can e them from Franco without assent of tho spendthrift noble fbo since March 4 1895 when i JIrled her has squandered over 000 of Jay Goulds fortune and reeks to make it 14000000 be e will release her tthe t Goulds will pay tho 5000 ittlo the debts of Bonl do Cas even those of tho usurers who I j5 i 2 2 ry IS 1 ISbe on in c ing ink I any t t n I I I preyed off him for years Is bo ll j by their friends and by coun tho case If the Goulds remain I Count Bonl will ask the cou...

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. — 8 November 1906

t I I THEY CURE RHEUMATISM A Particularly Painful Form of Thl Disease Yields to Dr Williams Pink Pills Of tho many forms which rheumatism fjfckfls that which in popularly known us wclirio rheumatism probably tortnran its victim iuoe than any other That Dr I Williams Pink Pills havo cured this F Stubborn ns well AS painful trouble is n fact proven by the following statement and no sufferer who irnn this can af ford to lot prejudice stand in tho way of trying thono bloodinnlclng pillH Rheumatism is now generally ro cognized n disease of thu blood Dr q Williams Plnlc Pills make actually nmko pnro blood When tho blood Is pure tlioro can bo 10 rheumatism Mrs Thomas Drosuulmn of Ci Mill street Wntortxmn N Y wiys U My trouble bcRiiu with n novoro cold which I took about n week bofoio Christmas in lOOt I began to havo I rheumatic piiim in my back and limbs and after n time I couldnt straighten up I Buffered tho most awful pain for m mUlli and innuii of tho time was tin t ftblo to leave tho ...

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. — 8 November 1906

i lover el1UUo I Q ro ODd a PerlUUoD Thousands of rant 01 worn o n suffer the tr dally backache rOBed headache dizzy spoils languor Indu norvousness and de I n dozen other aoyel h symptoms of kid numan t ney troublo but they a lay It to other SaluroyT causes Mako no mistake K o o p tho kidneys well Bay and these aches duke of and troubles will s is the disappear dies Of h Mrs Anthony Delgrarl tie 77 Mechanic street Looming 1a ndoo Mass says My sight failed 3hllituga he lj J sharp pain In my back and lean lagdown pains through tho hips oases fig nervous fretful and miserable id of 30 urine was greatly disordered and y whir to have the swellings of gin swellings 18 VIU b 31 I was running down fast J I started using Doans Kidney e A wonderful change came and using them faithfully for a short alllag I aClfre U Cj I was well Is tilt t Jll by all dealers GO cents a box ferMlllnirn Co Buffalo N Y raCtuE IDa low 0 uvea Literature for Invention I I us the akers Is said that Gabriele dAnnunzl...

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. — 8 November 1906

l THE SPANISH FORK PRESS wijuurv ANUKKW JtNbiN IUHMSKUIt N y r Farm to Hl ILSce Mrs Kurr j For good things to oat go to Dahlo liros store All children under HI oars must r boin school Monday Nov 12th t Go lo the Vnndovillo lit Iho opera house tomorrow Friday night Iivu acres of laud for Bnlo See U Tenser or call at Press onice1 j o i Vd sell IS pounds of migiir for l 91Jkril 1 pay 2c per dot for eggs Ir I Ei ISlIQII I Tl Potcrscn the I blncksntitilms quit railroading and will open a ahop on Main street soon Ed ChribtoiiKoii and Gil Bjnrn BjJh loft for the Uintah reservation last Monday will not return till next May Morgan Wnrner has moved down Iron Mill Fork for the winter the family moved down u couple of inontliH ago Miss Jonnio king has returned M homo after upending the summer j cooking for railroad contractors fr hear Uingbam i I Tone tho liver move tho bowels i 4 cliiiiiiso lib system Dados little r l iver pills never gripe Sold by f World Drug Co t t Mrs Mollor was quite siok...

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. — 15 November 1906

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS M = I VOL V NO 44 SPANISH FORKUTAH THURSDAY J NOVEMBER 13 1 1900 at Entered = Spanish Fetx Fork 211002 Utah as secondclass Act = of Conorou matter Maron Post S offlc U7H d G E A T 1 SALE AT THE YOUNG BENS NC00EIIATIVI INSTITUTION S19ANISH FORK = = Beginning November 15 06 Lasting ONE Week 1 II Groceries Just a few of our prices on gro ceries Tea 6 papers for 100 D C Soap 30 bars for 100 Toilet Soap 30 bars for 100 Sugar per sack 535 Oat Meal 30 Ibs for 100 Beans 35 Ibs for 100 Fancy Xmas Apples per bu 75 Fancy Xmas Pears per bu 75 latClnss HomeMade Molasses 1 Cauliflowers Cabbage and Pota toes wanted and for sale Now is the time for Cranberries Bananas Oranges Lemons Sweet Potatoes Smoked Salmon and Bloaters a full stock now on band Dishes We have a complete line of Sta ple and Fancy Dishes and will give you a 20 per cent discount Just think of Heavy Cut Glass Fancy Water Sets and Berry Sets going at 1 95 and 170 Faiiuy pieces that were 300 going for 150 1 e 1...

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. — 15 November 1906

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Pubilshor iris I SPANISH ranK UTAH NORTHWEST NOTES Ac the result of a duel over n game of cards at Runts Ore George Van Croincr received Injuries from which I lie mny die nnd James McKlsstck Is under arrest McKlssIck used n shot gun nnd Van Crcmcr a pistol I In a football game at Fort Shaw Montana between tho Great Falls and the Fort Shaw Indian teams James Curtis fullback for the Great Falls learn was killed In a scrimmage Internal s tornal Injuries bringing about death In somo unaccountable mnnncr Iho Alpine concentrating mill In Id lio I City Colo caught fire and tho con tents were completely destroyed Only the small office building situated 100 feet from tho main structure was eave < l dipt George V Williams of tho ntcamshlp Lyra was arrested at Ta coma on his arrival from the Orient charged by tho customs officers with t the Illegal entry of curios for the pur + pose of defrauding tho government of d tho duty 4 Holding a hand of each of h...

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. — 15 November 1906

r WHAT IS THE I M HIDDEN SECRET JnW YS of Writing on Yellow Slip of Paper That ill I I Ended Contest for 60000000 LoethiDg in Written Memorandum in the Fine Hand of William ° ssa J Weightman Humbled the Pride of Mrs Jones Wister and the I Drove Lawyers Out of CourtNeither Side Will Talk A Philadelphia One little slip of yel low paper covered with fine closely frltten lines but It humbled the pride d a woman high In society In Phlla n lIlt lelphla It drove three skilful lawyers of a gut of court in confusion and assured t Ir I another woman tho undisputed con rot and possession of the 60000000 rl rters left t by old villlam Weightman will Dramatic scenes are common In the mllis sorts of the land strong situations llreo ire Infrequent but the oldest law n In ten say they cannot recall a scene jlte so strong or a situation quite so nand lererly worked up as the one In nlna filch Mrs Jones Wlstor and her pres Ounsei confessed utter defeat at the legfn nods of Mrs Ann Weightman Walker ud...

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. — 15 November 1906

THE GREAT INVO MINE J J BankH has returned from the southern part of Nevada anti writes us follows of that part of the country I visited batty Uhyollte Bullfrog Greomvater and Echo mining dis trict Inyo County California where tin Inyo gold mlno Is located Every body IH very enthusiastic over tho properly and It Is tho largest lode 1 ever saw Tune vein Is 27 feet wide and can bo traced at least 3000 to 4000 r feet on tho surface There nro also two other veins running alongside ot this largo vein ono about fiOO feet above and ono about 400 feet below Tho company han sunk 73 feet and crosscut about 20 feet Thoy have taken C3 flamplim from this shaft which gave returns from 150 to 742 In gold nod tho vein Is increasing In value with depth us the samples from the bottom run from C5 to 712 A general sample was taken from tho dump of everything that had conio out pUU1WUAALWUIILWLLllULW1LU WHLAAWIIAUUllLUAIWWWlH1WWA CITV DRUG STORE UIMO oJ BANKS Prop I s t PURE AND 11n1 DRUGS > > MED...

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. — 15 November 1906

< V µ 1r qood Jokes Itch 5POONERS CONCEIT roil really mean It Mr Spoon ent you Ci C III City I I the best in you pay am girl je world asked Miss Flypp rite young man hall suggested she should become Mrs Spoon or wri write lo deed I do MIss FyPP nsser lie young man I say It again j are the best girl in tho world lad the loveliest I think you r J e loveliest without doubt think you said something about IIted iccomllsliments toot nost I did I said they excelled those other girl believe jou called me sweet I sweeter woman neer drew JJ quoted tho ardent lover oil used tho word perfect too ion not did 1 also pronounced you the of perfection propriety and mod the empress of my heart tho less one among the beauteous ares of your sex a maiden ador enchanting and worthy of tho lof tho best man on earth Say lord that will make mo tho hap man on earth my awn Dora eforo I give you an answer Mr acr I should like to ask you y question r 0 a I dozen If you like = = he will be enough Dont you it ...

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. — 15 November 1906

t S CO DSt e i f A t r qt I q PERUNA r FOR CATARRH U OFTHE 1 HADTHROA i LUNGSSTOMACO IiJDNDfSBLADD ti AND PELIIC ORGANS ef G rl Herding of New Yorks Poor PaulO Crnvath chairman at the lenellleuthouso committee oC the Charity Organization society declares that a close canvas shows that thorn arc In Now York tenements 357000 rooms that have no windows Important to Mothers a 7tzi nTh carefully every bottle of CASTOntA a Heft and rare remedy for IUrBnt and children anti reo that JL Item tl10 SflIaturc or LI 7a UN Ior Over 10 Year The lliwl You Bare dawaya fought Love First AwakenIng One Is always a little hypocritical itn the beginnings of love How can you expect n woman a reasonable woman to confess to herself frankly that a man whom she did not know yesterday occupies already a larger 1IIaco In her heart than all her rela thOB friends or enemies She will spend entire months 11 year perhaps In seeking for her preoccupations all sorts of names before giving to them their true oneMadame ...

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. — 15 November 1906

jpepsiajrf p f Women jyrinale Disorders and Cured by TQ E Vegetable Compound women suffer with a FTlJdiircstlon J many or dyspepsia which l1 dlgcstton treiat A teem to yield to ordinary + treat GR01 F While the symptoms em to bo C I to those of ordinary Intllgcs rtithc I medicines universally pro sc a par Sdonot seem to restore the pa jormal condition IT f 4 1vTa CROC I J5f5ij i w r y k im lor to t a toM r at M quite I a her 7 la vn r Id she lOyer 9rf y Wright rernar nan on iPlnkham claims that thero is a The d dyspepsia that Is caused by a irnanti went of the female organism i rhich while It causes a disturb imllar to ordinary indigestion ilth itba 1 relieved without a medicine flowen a not only acts as a stomach tonic who i isapcculiartonlc effect on tho fe Mr organism proof of this theory wo call at ne tog a to the case of Mrs Maggio wait it h Brooklyn N Y who was i I walk ttely cured by Lydia E Pink perfect iVegelablo Compound after every agarln else had failed Sho writes ttivo ...

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. — 15 November 1906

I i SPECiAL u ANNOUNCEMENT = = The Central I Lumber Co luis opened n yard in Spanish Fork Imlfa block nort mid lialf a block west of the poBtoflice with n complete stock of Lumber Lath Shingles Mouldings and other building material also Clans Hints and Oils Vo aro prepared to furuiHh all kinds of mill work on short notice Dont failjto call on liE whon in need of anything iu our line All orders will receive prompt attention k CENTRAL LUMBER Co lt B UOYAOK Local Mgr Spanish Fork + 3 y SOCIAL DANCES Every Friday Night PACK Er30S o iAVIIION FINEST SPRING FLOOR IN THE STATE d r 1 Leland Roller Mills i Cn y11 AN V MANIIIA1UIIIm IJo High Grade Flour j Graham Germade i Corn Meal I Rolled Barley nwi All Kinds of Feed I Grist Work a Specialty r Every Sack of Flour Guaranteed c U imADFOIU Miuxu Miss Agnes Engberg Iupll of 1rof Arthur Shepherd of Salt IuUo City will gUo lessons In Piano Organ Theory of muslo two lays Wednesday and Saturday at each week f cave orders nt Mrs Insclllii SwonnenH re...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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