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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 31 July 1896

Tr rl 1 1 AmonRit Ibo noticeable Inttntloni real ted to Iron Itistissippi IIIYelllo during the last Wk we find h 1 Mr coupllnc of the Jenny pntteru granted to George U Wikey of Ies Molnt lowal h a pipe wrench granted to IX II I rlielle of Stcrllnir IrtnI a Heam Saw Inc machine lnued to C II llllle brand of Iemnri Iowa a letter box framed to Ii J Ower of Trinidad Colorado i simple tire tlchtener leaned to I I Lelbeof hldney Iowa n 1 lrli IJ area r tio j tT Inter for telephones I allowed to 11 I Mercy of 1ortlnnd Oregon n metnlllo banket grunted to J It Colemnn of literary loa while Dr Wm 1 lion nf notice Nelra receives n patent for a furnace embodying a iraoko eon turning feature which In t adapted to le used In family residences Amongtt the ciirloun Invention Ii n totaling bicycle frame which can le taken apart and folded up a letter box 910 nrranireii that the inFl In automatic ally delivered from the box to the mall wagons It bicycle alarm actuated by the spoken of the front nhcel...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 31 July 1896

A COAL TIMES OOALIIItPHIIJJUIY 8OIHPt1 ARRIVAL AID DIPARIUR Of UAiNI I AlIIIU Asa ears table ro0IVILLP NIK to Petit CRT 11 ear i No Uh M station t a as I Asuvi AND maame asst solo IIW UIO 16 la is t rNa No1M M4 J1ol f e 0 r 14h Ia No Aulhurlrrl 0artr pomtul ill 1Re ter 11 ho TIne UAW yin Muth Slot I tePiet MJ POra t = J votes y h n N1 1ee16yae less j + A Cal rllto 1 kM V w II 111 w 11itl a i rrxn a nt tii d A r Oliurvli Directory wrr1R nr Anne tfflBdur School every Xunite silo 6 ttI lodL i m iS its Stake lion fcetaint mi tlnc at 2e p in my Sunday nv M 111 f A every Naiday at 740 p m I In Sink loner cZolk1Y TloAt CIICH unmrt Hun Preaching wrvlce Very s day eveatntt Snnitav IMIIIOO every Bunday nt 180 p in Y I A C J after feundayMhool Ituwii I II fleetly factor Hit i llhHI 1IIon a I 16 i i LOCAL BREVITIES c = = lirA I ho UtKnliii ollcrnl liy the Cash Bargain More In their ml this one upItaul head whet the People Murcnnlllc CoinMiiy title I to wy In their ml In trite issue EuiuUy Fclxi...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 7 August 1896

i n p 3CVJ < I It O t1q C f < TIlE COLLLE ii J i u LE TIMES PATRONIZE IIOME INDUSTRY I I E3Dvor i T T t INTE > t3Ts OF SUMMIT COUNTY I FREE COINAGE OF SILVER f6 TO I VOL III COALVILLE SUMMIT COUNTY UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 7 i8g6 NO 36 THE COUNTY NEWS GATHERED UY OUI1 ALEUT COR HBSPONDBNTS The lulI 1 or the i k Itu Nrrly Iery Tuvn I CuotyIVtt rh Tim II II Youud I 15rlte Ahoul II KIIIU OlKWY VIAl A wR6 idO1 110 Tura Mr William little pry while play Ing In the barn Hi Lou JenMmt fell and rpralned lit wrltt Mr and Mr 1 Merflll MM I William nut olheit of Mill Creek wen the guest of Mr niul Ira Jensen lhl seek Thlt mint to be tin place to flih it pro Mit mill MUM are catching malt weighing trout unt > to lour pound The tain of Monday erenlni did n l > rent dent of damre lo bay oust small grain The latter uai bctttrii down 1 In Mich an extent tlmt It will be Illllrnll to hurt c t Mr and I Mr John Mot hout Mr H II ru > y llarily 8 M I SMnuout An I family coil n number of other ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 7 August 1896

THE TIMES liT Tin Tuno ttIlLllno oowrUT I 1 IINIU I dUr awl ftagar COALVIUU UTAH t table in nut of nm tirnom growth I lul she grows U000000 worth of lanai > room each rear The weather man Is reminded that I blowing hot and cold Is I not a habit which cimdmrs to ones popularity If f1aJla Hurrls of llurllnilon Iowa bad not worn big shave e abe I would hate liwn drowned Girl here la a painter + Plenty of any kind if money la I whit most of us want We have Welt the I time when even a postage stamp would fill a long felt want A Chlisga thief killed htmstlf whn arrested last week The raortlftcatloH I of having here so stupid as to get Into the hand of n policeman caBtd the deed 1 Ip In Neche N n the ether dar 1 au Uncle Tom s Cabin company Mruck I town with a Lliil lira 40 years old I Ire Indignant citizen Inilitxl that the I hotel I I nbeulil charge bar full rates and this stranded lke troop I I The Carnegie 81Hol l company hai de > tided to build a JlWOWO plant for tho manufacture...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 7 August 1896

AT NAPOLEONS GRAVE CAPT MARTIN OF DETROIT AT TENDED TUB FUNEIIAL Itsall the ClrtamiUnrx Ultra irp of N MtyAs eMrThe Inctll eVi > ll > f kmtxl llfllff I hon Hi 0 1Ih ate Uu AITAIN THAXCI8 V a Martin U 8 N e whine home It I In r Cyis IMrolt Mich line rltCZNSt i enjoyed much local I I distinction I at one who wn present at the funeral ot Na poleon Humps on the Island of 8t Helena This rosy bo a strange sort of tame but there If I always a peculiar 1 Interest attached In tissue who hare Dome Into contact however remotely with the gcnlu that has fascinated a world An Illuitratlon ot this has bran founil In nn old graveyard nt TrAlerlekiuurg 1 Vn where these line are cngmted on n tombstone I Hero Lie I n Hearer of the Tall At the Funeral I I Of Shakespeare Captain Martin account of Ilona Tortes funeral and the tragic chinos stones surrounding which lent It al I twlllsliment Is I graphic anl Interesting ni he remember the occasion n If It were lint yesterday when ho was a youth of tw...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 7 August 1896

COALVILLE TIMES Irlft EUpr hlaav aT tWl TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY V M IlVNMO IMIIor and llIlMnr runts of Suliorlptlon One Tear II ro kltilMthf in TKM Month b Mull nepe 00 o AdvrthlnlC entn I arise j M4j > n I I r FiiT i iM at I St9t S fi9 iib I I lie gill II teolsmn A j UliiJs = Iea mdlw Ma 111 I Lt U lam Ir = = = Ilse s rcrU te IM paehn Mbt peer ions i eTTala rridrIll M etrkll dtMrwf la 104 i la 411 1 OeA VtA May 1 114 II aoe CHu Mob = = = OFFICIAL DIRECTORY I rA Tit 111 IWJ ham i Altoyna J 101 Iloo i tlrr = I = 1TfM I 1 T ila AI KIt IOffn Anarailffaeal Jr 1 = il JIJfltllIWrIltJJlr OOUNT Charles a sap JeM A lllIane II W MMh JUnoF TIIIRI JuPwUtlercwr 0111111 JabiAotnN to 001410 Yoaaf ruUI mrk It r xrwllaett Awrtr and CUMW J f 3 fclRS AhMirr l ll 1 I TlrjJP catvUn In WP1 Hmtr n f II r11 ur Bi j eekelrenINner MUM John ckTSj Ulllliu Ar < Ulb iV cirr II f M KlMMlM KrninlH A N W fl N t Ir xanhal jKHoViS T r ± Jobs 54015 oe Itt Hitmwlrr tr < n brfl JilMln nf Iha I4ad Thnrn < op...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 7 August 1896

ELECTRIC SPARKS DAILY LIST OF HAPPENINGS AND OTHER NEWS All II Important Eeents ir the Week < tMb1 Inm 1110 110111t Tcalhlr lllorlrh tr free 11hooto steel Eerywhere Malurol Iey least I U II latter was killed by henry PI l at nt Spokane The Mlwouri Populists agree to act with tin Democrat Peter Movie was killed by llllaiu Peterson mar Hick Springs Vo elllae nisi 1 VgiHto heat the North western pacing recur I at Butte Humor tint IlllltfI IctorU will nbdl cute In favor of the Prince IIf Wales Illlle Oirlnrr Abe llayman and Mlcheit Oriinn committed suicide In I tulle reildenlnl 1 ciuupnign Opened l nt Mu II ion Ul by I Senator Thurston nnd I Clarence Darrow Mundy nfnitf The Treasury deficiency fur July win 13Wt111 Silver club of ir 0rncmb < ri was firmed In Onion Olilu light Ie reported fete l eon litimin all < 1 cattlemen In Oregon In which flu are killed John Irlllle rnilnecron the limiting train believed lol be I rctpcnilblo for f the witt k IIIlInllllc City Central liilwr u...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 7 August 1896

I DAIRY AM POULTRY INTUHR8TINO CHAPTERS 1 111 OUR URAL IIBADER8 Iin alootlital Volrons 11evato 11114 I lorontillist alf silo flootelA sew stints as to Ills floor It Mile Molest 1 I ullr I t I 0 MONO the most I 1 1 11 economical winter Y I I roane floods tat C I J 1 = 11 I dairy stock can bo a I r i mentioned corn I i 11110 a barnyard millet I i tiny and noli broad ij i rfJ On natural grams 4 Unit not Mildly af I 1 I J I fected hy droughts I 1 the farmer will IV I t naturally grow a c eonaldcrabk arm of bay nnd depend I 10 upon thin ClOp to A largo extent for WMtiw food Such Unit should la I I I mad tit produce lire tons or hay equivalent to about ihrw Jt thowMlld pounds of dllhl mat ter per Acre Simitar land > ltnted lo I to torn and equally well manured would probably produce fully four 11 1 IhoiiMind Pounds dlgntlble matter per acre but Ibo Increawd cost of growing 1P nn acre of corn would In the writers I Judgment fully balance the Increase In yield There are however consider ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 7 August 1896

I V e mil ItoQIKf fleet n tiling A healthy Infant sleeps most of the sof is mi during the first fern weeks and In I should 1 M early years people are disposed to nn p i > cI children sleep tt they wilL Hut ter I lain tom six or seven years old when trlMotn boo begins I this scn lblo poUr mnnH etnen to an end and sleep I It put oil intently through all the years up I useed II 0 manhood and womanhood At the lurk us ge of ten or eleven the child It allow grow d to sleep only eight or nine hour i It I com ten Its parent should Insist upon its a Italy acing what It absolutely 1 needs I pletelf wtlkh is ten or eleven at least Up to Ii iu Ii a youth needs r I while twenty nine hour sleep and all adult should linen eight lib the InvirtVlent sleep It one of the crying king a eels of tlio day The want of proper under rut end normal condition of the nor III I pay TOH system nnd especially of the I e they brim produces a lamentable condi I straw tion deterioration I In both body end iI exhau...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 7 August 1896

a 1j j 1 I COAL TIMES COALVILMi niltlAY AlO 7IW AJlllrAt AlII HnUHl bi lUlU nun il M An most CeALViLLI H II1IIMtCltf tlsa J 4 Ru1NMRMe siN y v item AIpAK ram M no NO t wen u IL to f Kl reit ttFs M ft I Ra t teel tM i rs Aulliorlinl MariMMii mlnti amt ioti fr Tli < Tiu QMlei KMM a1tw f Mt1A 8 Ktr r I it < < H ror r < a w i I n Eiik n l lifa e a rite dt uu Ktwm at Jnph Rut r AIM Uwfcio 1 1 n sari wtro LJin was Ofwroh tJlewotefV lt LAYTDlUY AlRTi if I g Hdr shoot Woo Lrawnl Iii m In the Wake louts eWrauinl i rmwllBiMf p m etrenr Hamlajr I Y il t tIf I I A story Monday Hi 71p m fj In > fctt Route I I j t IIOWI warn rrmablnff Mrvlc every teconil cnn r t day eeeifiif i nda Koboul I ever ftmday at Uzi p m Y I M G1 if after lat whnol i UKOMI II PraY tailor bla l tin lliglen h f i f I LOCAL 811EYTIES = = c = c = llante In the park pavilion are held nearly every night Mute In ISO Hlrfoll limn tine gold rchllllngi Itvit ten When It the win I atongtlde Ito Coop to be filled up7 I...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 14 August 1896

JulverIt jty 0 Ut41t c TIlE OOAL LLE TIl1J3JS cej PATRONIZE NOME INDUSTRY I I CVtYl I TO TH311 IIS TI OF 9VMIviIT OOV2fTTY i FREE COINAGE OF SILVER 16 Tlf 1 ys VOL III COALVILLE SUMMIT COUNT UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 14 i8q6 NO 27 THE COUNTY NEWS 1 QATHEHBD DY OUR ALKKT COH I1EKPONOUNT8 II I I The E I nf Inee Mifk I rMii NMllJ I eS cry Twn In Nuntnll < UiljVV IHI I law TII r lla h YnuuA I tSrlr t bu1 s 1111 e 1MH Utah tag IS 16W r llulma Tessa e C W Seymour et f Oiktoy WM Iran e acting bntlMM In town today I tope la I lyood mi ami the lAW n Ie 1 1 mn rplii will hd l I more flh than lie I could catch In n IIle lime d I I hide IIlil son of Mr and Mr I el l Urnit of Kockportwa burled the Ivon reinaltry on Sand < < afternoon Mr Kllubeth M Wett who hue bwn vliltlng with relalltet her cur I I 0 Mime wekt put 1 returned hr home In Salt lAke last week Mi L I J llonndy nml daughter Maud hAt returned Grime from LlnUh iwitily where I they hate bran wndliif thlmlt two month ur more A J bowe o...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 14 August 1896

ITT THE TIMES Dr Tea Tlrp rUaLunuo COpnr r JIIIlIUU I dllo and 3aeare COAIVIUn 1 UTAH The grandfather of bo liothtehllds I li said 10 have scarcely owned a penny In 1104 Now they pretty nearly own the earth Tho woman who li I attempting to prove an early marriage with Jason I bald li evidently trying a golden fleeeo game Ai every other commodity li I lower the advance In the price of coal during the hot months li I without preeedent or reason The combination or tract or conspiracy or whatever you chaos to call It need a shaking up The N York Herald says The price In N York for tore aloe cool la Just II 30 per ton over the priM of one year ago la there no redrew or protection to the people from such extortion f Hurrah for the truital Thn Her Itonanl P Worth a Hap tilt preacher of New York haa been granted A divorce In Oklahoma It appear pear hli wife objected to his leaving home on Sundays to preach and oven polled his Sunday rout and filled hula Sunday shoe with water These are aome...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 14 August 1896

MAJOR OWEN HALE TUB DHAVn INDIAN PIQIITEnS CRAVE IB UNMARKED > > rt eat In w lath with Hi JI tore glossA I Itotnanlle Ies Mrjr How II eepod 11011 purred with tone rd la I r N a lonely un 4 11 marked grave al ii j most In the center of Oakwood Ceme r t tery nt Troy New MI York hiss nil that Is mortal of one of fm omo bravest sol Illera that seer r wore n uniform He slurp beneath a little mound over looking the lake and beneath tall pines I whose branches ore waved by the pass ing wind nod sing requiems over hla last resting place Strangers pOI the grate and see a little flag waving at tho head placed there by members of the Grand Army of tho Ilepubllc They pause not wonder what soldier lies burled there and pass on Little do they know that beneath that mound cf clay sleeps one of Iho noblo boys who went to the front and after the gret conflict of war was over went to tho I frontier oral battled with that other fierce enemy of the nation the Indian until he fell pierced with a b...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 14 August 1896

COALVILLE TIMES Iora Icetar woir If Tn TINES PUBLISHING COMPANY I M IlVNKO Kdltor and Jtnlwcw Trrn1 r 1ulwerlIllnn I ArxYMr IliO Ila UnMM 1 < n TbrOwtOn I M Ite belt a 1 Alvrllliiu KMIVTC 1 an T 410 J1IHIJ r i b l 1 eel I t 4 i1I r fl lnj > f2 mtfriSwe8 t I w r l < i tw tlu I > M w m ni 111I LMl nn11 e i one hx neat Inca lo oats pal Ilre = eel rMgwml Into r i rTle > M Kilt to Mftotlr 10104 to gbtd of rla et plo I pobtl Ud Mr 7 5994 ii IHoI dale Mall OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 1I TITT w 3941 P I tJrd Ul f11th a tanl a U UF4wI 3941 IJAItill = J trl i A I i n = < < I O ro w = imm or KHHK ewiwr halts a IoM Jte A 1hrr fl w Ui1rti I i JIM riilKl > Jfiiiiiil JTHIM I OIInlltlt JIt1AIt M I Knebl I HIfTI rwrNrr I Ile P JI nnheNt Ik J Palmal I I lltlw J 3400 0000 A I II t t nlnebm Trrnnt 159 Ilwlag will r ants ji 14104 s II alrraew 4111IMy II 1r 010 John P k d WIIIUAl llialt rIfY II x4111 1 N Irk trr t N Ilkln Jubll µ 1J1 n Treelrw IJr i1 N nlenelea TleNn 1k J 11010 oI IL I or ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 14 August 1896

ELECTRIC SPARKS DAILY LIST OF IIAPPtNINQS AND OTHER NEWS All II r lln loot reut 101 the W eeh tn IM ed 1r lb Teleebl Itlpteh ran II Th ud Igalet irlUr h t 1 The death 1 and Unityone rostra lions from heat were reinrtnl to the i llioof New orke terd I w < Mirlii slatrnint of 1 the ron J I dltlon Mile treasury riant troll able KlMibnhree f2il SI1781 soil tc I writ 1110 l 014 lfii Governor lira lley spited 1 tnthony Mrorn 1 ll coin thirty days HP al to fore I li u jed ester lay lor murdering lilt father henry M lilliey the lloiton gas mignnle brother 01 Wllllon C Whll ney ofStw York Ismloutly IlUt his 1 oine from nn nltack 01 n IHII llcilii Mire 11 II Thoinu Judge el tlii North Dakota Unite iMatei Illitrlct court li I dying of a com licAtlon ul ill seat ol which neuralgia Is the matt let oils liUanl l 8 Orr woe yesterday de elated bv Judo rllchirl I lo hue been the duly circled Major ul I Tacoma hy a majority ol flltnli valet nt tliu election lao rprlnif The Johnston steel work at l...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 14 August 1896

0 TUB KIVAL T LOVERS JeLL I dont ba iler Its pomlble W eyes If yea do MJT It Mlrtn All 0118 talk about plMotrie friendship la 1 atm ply alumni Why Id be willing la I W T a dnsen pair of glove thai iron and Karl Scott nil he enraged be fore the year to I out In spite of all four boasting about friendship done pall a laughing vole and a bright faecd girl toatnl upon a t trunk proceeded to extract by meant of a hatpin a lame pickle from an extremely imillneckvd bottle I And b l r lull my friends ila I here liy cool l aforrwild covenant and there w u a shouts of laughter from the crowd 01 1 l girl about her ai the speaker sol + femnly devoured the pickle It was not hard In MO that Miriam Wetlcotl was the lending iplrll among these college girls nttemblrd here far their weekly spread llrlghl Mini ble and full of humor abe teemed the life of the little circle about her The fclrl were students In the treat unl jvertlly of M and after a week i t bf hard study were i1ipoM In make the moat of...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 14 August 1896

1 J OLD STATE 01 PIKE THE HOMB OP TUB STARK unOTIIEHS1 NURSEPICB ele or the 11I11 l tslllatless In tae troydits Ted rSId a 11001 Cery tllllllJ hllan oo Earth Bt Louis Republic January 7 1SOG Ono ol the largest Institutions In Louis lana I la I the Stark Uro Nurseries and Orchards company Tho trade of tho firm extend not only throughout tho United State Canada Uermanjr Franco Italy Hungary and other for 1 eign countries but It hit a number of costumers both In New Zealand and Australia llfchtx years ago then camo from Kentucky to like county tho Into Judge Stark then a young man fresh from OM Hickorys New Orleans cam paliin Ho started tho nursery and planted tho Drat grafted orchard In the state having brought tho scions on horseback from Kentucky Tho butlncfi has descended from father to son and Is now conducted by the third generation assisted by the fourth This firm has more than 1000 traveling solicitors and employs more pronto In Its ofllccs than would be nee tiwry to run a larg...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 14 August 1896

i COALVILLE TIMES OOALVIUK Till DAY AUO IpM AUPAL AtAI At mo urttnu of mint Assns An ePAO0 tes + r COALtelie Nr M is 1 set Clip II411 I KotMwlek la m uw All ncaae pies aeMUja NolW Uja ers IW lja B Koi re1t e Rww HO 4 rM MHI KutfiMl I 110 tit Aathrlil l CHtrri nilnl enl Ikl 1r Tin Tim Itm see i KIM K vF r II 1r F < i n = < l iff V MWM iimmnl IbWlM latia Uk t l5L imiiRrr 11 1 Nll leI h + r l1tr1 Nef Jywl e Noll r1 Aln lanI4 Or 101 a I Vn awfHttwti ayJlrAl ta oaW > n A ITAiir Oliuruli Ulr ot < iry Lit rea nir UII T Hunday tihi1 I tverr Huwlay at 10 a fJ m In ri Plat house 8arrami I R meeting at 2 p ui Mwy Hfllolay 1 YIn M 3114 I prty Sunday at T 110 p I m In fluke i 1 sloe omraiM Ttoii4L rHiarn 1rMcliliii a prkrrey wrond In day 1 iTtllni t Reach Hrhnol rm > HnnUv at nl IW p m Y I1 I S C K 1 after r Sunday school J pA tieoe II Irair La lor SIN K Ill III Olrll l r I v III1jII I LOCAL OREYTIES = = = = = = = = = 7 Note chango In ml al Mrt llhotdet Ills lime Cash Ilargaln Sto...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 21 August 1896

THE COAL VILLE TIMESt C1Iv PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY I DEVOTED TO TIoJE xjsrT2ffRB8T8 OF SUMMIT COUNTY FREE COINAGE OF Wffl tpjQJcJtlll C VOL III COALVILLE SUMMIT COUNTY TAU FRIDAY AUGUST 21 i8q6 nO28 THE COUNTY NEWS GATHERED bY OUR ALERT COR RESPONDENTS The I nf the Atrrk Ir Err Tnn In aannolt Countywhat The Th 11 II Mound to tlrAlnI IlllA Pros Utah Aug 1 1tt1801 tl > ITOIlTl > ll > t 111 Grace A Maxwell trent to the tAke on the A O U W cxeurilon to lay Thunder Hiihtnlns nnd heavy cloud ° all nrpiiml uinrthli li maltal what the remit wlllba tcnmlni to bo teen later on t O II Mnrchant hAt been nt work till leek roetlnxli > hli largo burn SOtTO lid Alllloc 1 ln preMtltiK fur n roM hiinl winter The rite of 13 1 percent on the t RhlAtloli of the property of thli couniy U I one thin lIt finding out Then li roth lngl lrabo tlt So there The KM Ward conference will bo I held nothing preventing on Sunday Augutt 21 ISM A full attendance ol inemberiof the ward are respectfully iuvit...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 21 August 1896

THE TIMES DT Tel TIIIII rcaulnlO ConUT t nt IlNOIJ t dies sn4 31angar COALV1LLE UTAH litre U so much pr chlnt that li I I only preaching It taker tone dark day lo tilt ui what tuntlilne mean I The grmteot man la I the one who ten der the greeted set vtaw Nobody wanU the second plate on I vice the prnldtnllil ticket because It U I a I A wolf In cheep clothing may look I like K sheep but he betrays hlmflf I whenever he come In sight ot a tone Rome ono has been NUMb purloin ing the property of the William Col I lege baseball nine Such I la the pornl clot effect of the example of Healing lase MlM Marlon Ijrsen California campmeeting prophetess says that the I world li I coming lo an end August 1C Rite received the revelation In a trance a few days ago While lllreh WIs known far and wide Hi A lough plate has changed I Ha name lo Solon Spring and here after will be eminently retpeclable It is I never too tale to mend If the unfortunate accident At Spring field last Wednesday shall Into an...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
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