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tit ° AN OnDINANCR
Prohibiting Kumlnif and to repent Ictlon
1P7 and 38 < of Chnplcri8 of the revised ordin
Ill ance of SpiinUh Pork iltv I
Ho U ordained lj the City Council of Spanish
t FCrk CHjrs
1 Section 1 Kvcrj person who dents pines or
carrier on opens or cause to t > u opened or
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who conducts either an owner or employee
I x bethcr for hlro or not any Kama of faro nionUt
A roulette la iftqurnct rouse et nolr rondo or
+ ry If any game played with cards dice or any other
tl device for money check creditor any other
f q representative value and every pcruon who
r plAYS or betH nt or nenlnut ocy of aald prohl
f bited games In guilty uf n misdemeanor
Bee s Kvery < person who knowingly permit
ll fj any of tho game mentioned In the prcceedlnir
ectlon to bo 1 played 1 conducted or dealt In any
t houio owned or rented by Much pcrnon In
I ii whole or In part li punlnhablo an provided to
rN r ths proceeding ncctfon
i Hro 3 livery person convicted I f any of Inn
v offence described In the two proceeding Nor
tlonn hall bo punlihablo by a linn of not morn
i than one hundred dollar or by Imprisonment
t In tha City hill notmore than one nundrcdds
i 1 orliytioth KUchDnoand Imprisonment
gc1tg
C Bee 48ecllon ZiiTandWHof Chapter 2C of
1 the revised ordlnanneH of Spanish fork City
be and the nnmo are hereby repealed
1 l ° l oIIThls ordinance hall take effect and
be In force from and after UK passage and duo
r publication
f Panned on the lot day of April A D 1908
Attest JAMKS A MAItTKM
l Mayor
t I > W NIIItSKN Itecordur
k Btatoof Utah County of Utah bpanlah Iorlt
r City NH
I L W Nielsen Itecordcr In and for ripun
+ II lib fork City Utah County BiBle of Utah
s hereby certify that the above und foregoing n
I tya I full true and correct copy of an ordinance en
l titled An Ordinance prohibiting gaming and
to repeal Sections SU7 anti W of Chapter 2H ol
r l the ItevUcl Ordinances of Spanish Fork < City
i I i Pa d by the City Council of Hptnl h Fork
r City Utah county Utah on thu fit day of
AY rhADIts1A I I
In wltnniiH whereof I live hereunto nnised
r my official signature and the corporate seal of
i Bpanlth Fork City this 1st day of April A D
JBOH LVV NIVrShN
1 JBUAL Recorder
First pub April 10 IIKM
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AN OUIHNANCU
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Creating defining and establishing paving
and graveling dUttlctH In Hpanlsh Pork City
lie ordained by the Olty Council of Spanish
t Fork Cltv
Section IIhe t following paving district Is
11 hereby created donned and established In
it Spanlnh Fork City vlx
District No I shall bo and consist of all that
p portion of the Main Street of Raid City being
y r and lying between tho following blocks on the
y tql West side of Mild Street to wit Blocks 31 I
I 48 lit W < nml 71 and tho following blocks on tho
East Mltle of said Street to wit lllockn 75 08
1t M 47 and 3J together with all tbo lots and
J parts of lots of land abutting or fronting on
1 Jrt both Rides of said street and being part and
part
l A parcel of tho block above described and
prorated und scaled back cast and west to
the depth of BO feet from theIr respective fronts
on tho east and west sldei of wild street
A Sec 2Alt of tho street of bald City except
S v that portion described In Koctlrm one of thin
ts ordinance lire hereby created dollned and os
1 tablUhcd a graveling district of said Spanish
u ik Fork City subject however to bo redistricted
r Into two or more districts us circumstances
b
r may require
Sea IIThis ordinance to bo In force and
+ effect on and after Its duo publication
f city bv tbo City Council of Spanish Pork
t City tbe lat day of April A D IfHtt <
L 1 4 Attest JAMES A MAUTHLli Mayor
ji + IAKS W NIELSEN Recorder
1 l State of Utah County of Utah Spanish Pork
F h
City SK
I Ij VNielsen Recorder In and for Span
lib Fork City Utah county Stato of Utah
hereby certify that the above and foregoing Is a
full true and correct copy of an ordinance en
p titled An ordlnanco creating defining nnd
f establishing paving nnd graveling districts In
Spanish Fork City
t tJkl Pasted by the City Council of Spanish Fork <
1 + City tbo lit day of April A D 1008
i In witness whereof horeuntonflliednn
r T I official signature and tho corporate teal of
y Xt s Spanish Fork City this 1st day of April 1V08
HEAL L w NIELSEN
Recorder
t First pub April 10 1008
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AN ORDINANCE
Amending Section 4V Chanter 43 of the He
I ly vised Ordinances of Spanish Pork City
L Uo It ordained by the City Council of Span
° ish Fork City
Section section I 4Vof Chapter 43 of tho
A Kovliod Ordinances Is hereby amended so as to
+ mod as follows towlt
t 8eo 453 Tho annual salaries of ull elected
and appointed ofllcorH of this city shall bo U
bereln provided
j Mayor SILO
r I Councl mon 00
k Recorder SCO
Treasurer 100
Marshal 780
Attorney sou
1 Justice of the Peace ISO
City Physician 100
Provision Inspector
3 Superintendent of YiUorworUs who
i Mini beoxoniclo 1 superintendent
of streetsand wntormaster 810
Pollccnienperday s
Sexton per day 8
s i rC n Chief of Flro Department
Pouudkccper onehalf of fees
i Kc j Dos tax collector onehalf of foes
t v Spikier of weights und measures
t nit ° Building Inol otur
t + aN l The above salaries shall I bo paid monthly 1
Seo bcotlou 4J3 of tho revised ordinance
r a of which this Is amendatory be and the same
is hereby
repealed
J Soc S1hls ordinance to take effect and bo
In force from nnd utter Its passage and due
1 publication
Passed on the 1st day of April A D 1908
r y Attest JAMES A MARTELL
J < Major
e r L W NIKL8EN Recorder
t Stato of Utuh County of Utah Spanish Pork
Cltyh +
tt I t W Nielsen Itecordcr In and for the
d T4 s CIty of Sp inlsh Fork County of Utah Stato of
ar J Utah hereby certify that the above and fore
t f going Is a full trw and correct copy of an or
Y dlnanoo entitled An Ordinance amending
r + x7 r Boctton 4V Chapter 43 of tho revised ordlnan
4 t ds r ees of SpIDIsb Fork City passed by the City
ly q Council of said Spanish Fork City on the 1st of
April A D 11XW
1 ° In witness whereof I have hereunto ant xed
4 my oRlclal ° sign iturn and tbo corporate seal of
n Oa Raid Spanish Fork City thIs 1st day of April
A U IW4 L IV NIEI3EN
4 lly t SEAL Recorder
i First ° pub April 10 ID08
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NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
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f y
h 8 Pl Estate of Johiunih Christine Peterson do
fi I d ceased
t The undersigned tho administrator of the
Vl 9 estate of Johnnnuh Christine Peterson do
d Ill ceased will sell ut private sale to tbo highest
m bidder for cash the following described real
i estate situate In Utah county Stato of Utah
Commencing dlJ Chain east of tuo south
t west corner of the southeast < quarter of section
k r IS township south run no a e ist Halt Lake
° 1 Muredtan thence tmt 100 chains thence
s north ti degrees cast 11113 chains thence north
s 1 PS degrees west J chaos thence voatb 4 da
P 4 I Ire o west 11811 chains to the place beginning
Area 10 I acres
° Wrlltell bids will be received by the under
tinned ut Spanish Fork < Utah county State of
Utah to and Including tho 8th day of May 1008
r 1 terms of sale cash expenses of the silo to bo
t paid by the purchaser
I AllltAlUM J IlANSKN
t < Administrator of the Esuto of Johaunah
Clirlstlno Peterson deceased
6 f Dated April 17 lUtt
First pub April i last May 71WH
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Wightman Davies
ELECTRICAL WIRING PLUMBING
6 Show us your work Estimates furn
Ished on application Leave orders in
t hardware department of Sp Fk Coop
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Miss Agnes Engberg
Teacher of
PIANO ORGAN AND
I THEORY OF MUSIC
t For particulars apply at the home of
t k tai MRS THOMAS CREEK
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ROCK OYSTER REEF
UCCULENT BIVALVES FOUND
ONLY ON OREGON COAST
Indiana Gather Once a Year for An
nual Feast of the Delicacy
Legend of the Discovery
of the Food
Newport OreHock oyster digging
III having the attention of a largo num
bar of Newport Oro citizens and 1
the nntlve Indian dwellers and COMBO
quently rock oyster soup nnd rock oys
ter fritters will tako tho first place nt
ho table OB n delicacy which will I
ver be In the memory of those fortu
nate enough to have had their palates
tickled with the fat anti Juicy bivalves
hat Inhabit this particular spot on the
onst of Oregon
Tho home of tho rock oyster Is In
ho soap stono rock called reefs be
TIB Imbedded from four to seven
nchca with a hole to the surface AH
ho oyster grows In slzo the cavity Is I
gradually made larger by the twisting
of Its sholl l In a semicircular shape
ho neck extending to tho surface uf
the reef thus obtaining Its necessary
n nourishment
The rock oyster reefs are only no
esslblo on tho ebb tldo for u short
Interval otherwise they would soon
come extinct During the winter
months the reefs are exposed for
bout two hours In the 24 for a period
of from five to seven days About the
nil of the moon tho opportunity fa
gging Is best as tho remainder of
the month tho reefs are covered by
voter
During tho months of July and Au
g ust the roefs are exposed about six
hours In 21 It Is during this season
of tho year tho rock oysters uro I
ought to n large extent selling read
lIy at 2G cents a gallon In tho shell to
ocal consumers and CO coma I a gallon
In Portland
Tho coast Indians never fall to bo
on hand at this time to havo their an
s >
Digging Rock Oysters on Oregon
Coast
aunt feast of rock oyators which are
In their estimation far superior to the
turkey t cherished so highly by their
paleface brethren During the long
summer days tho Indian women arc to
be seen dally trudging to and from the
bench with baskets of their own manu
facture strapped on their backs filled
with tho bivalves They sell a part
but never fall to retain tho amount
necosbnry for their dally consump
tion and later In the season when the
supply becomes less than tho demand
It Is Impossible to buy them at any
price showing the appreciation of tho
rock oyster as a food delicacy by the
Indian
The legend of the discovery of tho
rock oyster by the tribe of Ynqulnn
Indians located on Yaqulna bay say
that a bad Indian was cast out by tho
tribe Ho roamed tho hills of tho
coast range for days In tho hopes of
securing some large game that ho
might come back to the trIbe and beg
forgiveness Day after day no game
could ho find making his way back to
the coast exhausted from hunger he
lay down to sleep where the tide was
low Awaking from the rise of water
he by chance discovered tho neck of a
rock oyster sticking above the reef
which lie used to satisfy his hunger
Ho returned to his tribe with n few
of the bivalves and obtaining forgive
neB3 he became a good Indian
Pros Earth Is Round
When tho earth comes between tho
sun and the moon It always casts a
round shadow A place chosen for an
experiment to prove the roundness of
the earth was near Bedford England
where there Is a straight stxmllo
stretch of water At both ends and In
the middle of this stretch of water
posts were erected each of the same
definite height above tho water level
Upon looking with a telescope along
the tops of these three posts It was
clearly seen that the center ono over
topped tho others by about six feet
thus marking the curvature of the
earths surface This experiment has
been repeated and with every latest
appliance brought to bear to effect
absolute accuracy The statement as
to how a ship at sea shows the tops
of her masts first and then gradually
parts below that but above the water
Is a familiar one and satisfies most
minds
Falling Off In Spruce Gum
There Is a considerable shortage In
the spruce gum crop In Maine this
year and firstclass gum Is now worth
176 a pound laid down In Hangar by
the pickers The retailer gets 16
cents an ounce and the price Is a s
lug Woodsmen say the decrease In
the supply Is duo to extensive lumber
Ing operations for the pulp mills
Skillful NeedleWorker
The women of Russia and the men
of Japan are the most expert needle
workers in the world
ONLY OAUGHTER OF TAFT
Miss Helen Now a Sophomore In Bryn
Mawr College
Washington Miss Helen Tuft only
daughter of the secretary of war and
Mrs Toft now Is a sophomore In Bryn
Mawr college Before entering tho
Philadelphia Institution of learning
she attended with Miss Ethel Hoose
volt the school which Is connected
with the Hjilscopal i cathedral situated
way out on the Tenleytown road
The daughters of tile president and
secretary have been close friends and
playmates since early childhood Two
years ago they were confirmed In the
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Miss Helen Taft
same class nt the historic St Johns
church on Lafayette square by the
hate Ulshop Sattorlee Since Miss
Tufts departure for Hryn Mawr Miss
Ethel has left tho cathedral school and
Is receiving Instruction from an Eng
lish governess
If William Howard Taft should be
come president of the United States
his daughter would make her bow to
society during her fathers second year
In the White House for It Is the pres
ent Intention of the young woman to
continue her studies at college till her
four years are completed which means
that she still has two full years after
the present term expires
White House debutantes are wel
comed by Washington society for
many brilliant functions are given
often for the younger set Miss Taft
la said by those who know her to be
unaffected and as democratic nnd
genial as her father She has never
accompanied her father and mother
on tholr long trips to distant lands
but has spent her time preparing for
college which she entered at an ago
rather below that of most girls
It may be that Miss Taft like the
former Miss Hoot now Mrs Ulysses S
Grant III being studious and do
mestically Inclined will shun as muqh
as sho possibly can the gayer life of
the capital city after tho novelty of
being a White House debutante has
worn off This of course In the event
of her fathers nomination and election
next fall
NEW SENATOR IS APPOINTED
Florida Governor Names Hall Milton
Successor to Bryan
Tallahassee FlaGov Broward has
appointed Hall Milton of Marianna to
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JfflATGR WSffSfLTOW
succeed tho late Senator Bryan of
Florida In the United States senate
Mr Milton Is n grandson of former
Gov John Milton of Florida and Is 42
years old Ho Is a successful hanker
and business man Tho appointment
Is for the unexpired term of the late
Senator Mallory which had been filled
by the appointment of Senator Bryan
three months ago
When His Troubles Begin
Sho purser on a transatlantic liner
IB an exceedingly busy man when his
steamer comes abeam of Quarantine
Ills troubles begin some five hours bo
fore tho steamer arrives off Sandy
Hook and continue until every pas
senger has loft the pier The purser
Is besieged by passengers who wish tcy
exchange foreign money for American
ho has to tell them when the steamer
Is expected to dock when to set their
watches ahead und reply to hundreds
of other trivial questions The pursers
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on the French line are nothing If not
courteous but sometimes their pa
tlcneo Is sorely tried and to avoid any
apparent discourtesy In the tribula
tions of arriving at port they prepare
a statement for the press containing
memoranda of the notable passengers
special Incidents ships spoken amount t
of specie and weather conditions
The statement IB manifold and handed
to the reporters with a pleasant imlle
and the new gatherers do the Mat
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CALCUTTA THE EMBODIMENT Or
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CAlrCU7 IUDU I
Calcutta tho City of Palaces
seems In her function of metropolis
tho embodiment of the Indian empire
even as Deihl seems to embody tho
India of ancient days For Calcutta
Is n modern city with all Its tale of
tramways offices stately buildings and
handsome shops together with its
slums and backways jet It Is a green
and tropic jungle
A continental air communicated
pei Imps by the tramways and green
open spaces places It apart from
other Indian cities It has an air of
life It Is a town with streets streets
of shops streets of houses It Is a
place of crowded and busy animation
the Chowrlnghee the Regent street of
the metropolis of India Is a largo
clean street with a fine frontage of
buildings shops hotels and private
houses
From the Chowrlngheo It is no
reat distance to government house
through another street of fine shops
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The General Post Office Calcutta
and we see the sentries at the gate I
showing that the viceroy is there A
big white building pillar fronted with
great approaches of stairway Impos
ing but ti without special characteristic
Is the metropolitan seat of go em
inent It lies In fine grounds green
and cultivated with flowers and trees
all with a sober air of restraint and
polish and correctness
The Chowrlnghee Itself looks on the
Maldan the open meadow land which
has been called the lungs of Cal
cutta where the air blows fresh and
pure from the river and where golf
and pushball are played Through
this Maldan and looked upon by
statues of men who have helped to
make Calcutta runs the ned road the
fashionable afternoon drive Turning
out of this at an acute angle ones
carriage rolls into the Strand the
road beside the river where ship
ping always lies reminding us of traf
fic with far distant lands All lines
are representedthe English P and
0 tho British India plying not only
homewards but to Burmah and the
Straits the French Messagerles Marl
times and sometimes Balling vessels
lie there for weeks with all their
fairylike rigging waiting till the I
sails shall be spread and the passers
by float out on distant
voyages
Yes all Calcutta Joins to give an
Impression of worldwide Intercourse
of connection with many lands of
cosmopolitan Interests The streets
of the better houses are beautiful as
a dream in the sunlight vlth green
foliage and flowering shrubs purple
bougalnvllla and scarlet lame of the
forest peeping out between tho houses
There are great squares with deep
and silent tanks of water in the mid
die with vivid
green banks and trees
around them These
streets
are clean
and open but In older Calcutta there
are squalid slums
and
as in
most
In
diet cities one Is never far from I
a
busty or street of native houses
The New Market as the largo
hazar
Is called differs
from
many Eastern
bazars In being under govefnme
gOvernment
and is
therefore n clean and
place All under cover with Its orderly
of Ilttlo rows
shops It u
certainly
not as
picturesque
as most bazars
more cleanly and practical though
Here
one can buy °
anything and
than In European cheaper
shops
Dut amidst and
through It
all are
many reminders of
the
past
Down
on the walls of the little narrow box
like shops
There are curio dealers too with
Chinese and India silver and china
Sakuma and Japanese cloisonne
kmonos fans and all sorts of eastern
wonders There are Chinese boot
makers shrewd looking men In blue
coats and trousers with an English
felt hat above the long pigtail They
will make you a pair of shoes to meas
ure surprisingly clever and cheap
Many nations are here both as buy
ers and sellersEuropeans Amer
icans Eurasians Chinese Japanese
and Malays besides natives from all 1
parts of India
Modern life strikes one everywhere
not In the bazar alone but In the
wide streets where carriages light
carts and motors pass all day where
the scarletclan outriders with lances
erect precede and follow the viceroy
In tho busy streets where electric
trams buzz past and the buyers go In 1
i In n Street of
banks and offices Is a
tablet saying that here Is the site of
tho Black Hole And at
a stately
mansion In Chowrlngheo Is another
tablet tellltfg that the father or
Thomas Babington
Macuilay once re
sided there
Gay and smiling as the city looks
the visitor Is
constantly reminded o f
Its age Notable among such remind
ers Is tho old South Park
Street com
etery which lies among the
modern
streets behind Chowrlnghee and on
the brightest day Its appearance
would strike a chill Enormous
num
brs of pyramids obelisks
and squares
are crowded together in
dismal con
gregatlon within its rails Not a
cross scarcely a flower All the struc
tures are black with age and no kind
Iy moss or lichen drapes
them The
kites and vultures tos
perch
on the tombs
and the crow stalks down the dismal
Paths But here Tho
have many of those who
made the history of Calcutta
are
burled and here too
over
a
century
ago Hose Aylmer y
English Immortalized In i
verse was laid to rest
But there are lives and
customs In
the city that speak of far
remoter
than er
ages the history of its
conquer
ors Let the visitor
great go and see he
f l bathing Ghat on the H
and he will witness Hooghlcy
a custom that has
held
good
from time
huge stairway to tho river is throngS
thronged
with hundreds of devotees
bathe in the sacred ready to
waters for Moth
er Gunga
brings
J
healing
Another from sin
Is the use of ancient the custom In Calcutta
Burning Ohat It
a gruesome Is
sight the
slow
fectual and Jnof
Kt burnIng of bodies
which
left to goat away on the are
stream sacred
For though the white
their strange men with
ways have lived
turles In their midst though force oc
the young men of India many of
England to be educated are sent to
take and the re
on a veneer of European
culture
the native will re
always
be as his
fathers have fore
been for ages past
In the bright l
modern city or Cal
cutta bazarand
and
busty will
ever the remain os
bathing
ghats will and the burning
go on the
slow I
will wind about bUlloel cart
the
little naked brown streets and the
babies
ilii
garments and of
man had never learning as If the white
come amongst them
EVELYN WILSON
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SOUTIt ROUND
No elFor Pajrson Santaquln and
Lou Angeles
No 3For Iayson Neph Ind ell ° In
Ma nil
nilNORTIMJOUND tat
NORTIMJOUND
No 63For Provo PI Grove Amer I
lean Fork Iehl IIlercur
Salt Lake
No elFor Provo Salt Lake and II + 1
Intermediate points
Palatial trains are now running bpg
tween Salt Lnlio and the 1IIcifto Coast °
UTAH COUNTY Is
in direct
lalndlrottWuowla
Brest cities Host local train eiw 11 to I R
J H UUIITN Ell District Iayyca e
Men
N PETEHSKN Depot Ticket XjeM1
G DENVER JDGRAN
k THE
RiGRAN vrES 1
Arrival and departure of trains from Dt
No 1For SprlngvlltcProvoSalt trti
und nil points cast and
wen
No 29Forhnrlngvtlle Provo SaltLiit i H ° Ir
anti nil points est anti west
in
No 6lor Eureka 1 mmotti andsu i j a I
vcrClty i
No 18 Por Eureka Mammoth andS ° i
vcr City Utl
Connections made In Ogden Union dtooifi
all Lino trains Southern Iaclllo anti Orrgoslle
OFFERS CHOICE OF
s3 FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAIL13
AND 1IIIIKU DISTINCT SCENIC KOnu
Pultnan Palaco nnd ordinary Slccplcictnt
Denver Omaha Kansas City fat LooIiB
Chicago without change
Free Reclining Chair Cars Pcrsonillj
ducted Excursions a perfect DlnlnjCiiSi
vice
For rotes folder etc Inquire or
H T MATTHEWS Ticket Ami
or write I A IJKNTON
O A I D SaUL Vsaj
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ROBERTSON < Z > STEBBIX
CONTRACTORS
AND BUILDERS
Plaalulnlt and Cement Work I Spiclillj
Manuel and Fir Place EuinUhcd uiSa
Spanlah Fork Utah
DR N C SPALDING
VETERINARY PHYSICIAN
AND SURGEON
Office at Palace Druf Store
Both Phcrus Prove rill
Makes regular call to Spanish Fork cur
Thursday omce at world Drug Sto
HORSE INFIRMARY
1 At the old Oran Lewis corner on Spri li
ville road Spanish Fork Utah X Spin
Bone Spavins and Pipes of FcstiU re mod
or no pay X Crippled and lame hsre
specially X All a Imals examineifti
charge Look well to your horses leeth1r
from them come many diseases IUT i
let live is i my motto J A BRO
Whats the mallerft
with IDAHO I j
I0J I Thousands of acres of land Is
beou reclaimed to cultivation
irrigation in that State due
the past 10 yearn Thouni
more will bt1 reclaimed Wlti
tho next 10 years lb h ml > >
an opening for many thoum
of homos
HAVE You INVESTIGATED IDAHO
It has been truthfully termed i
Land of Opportunitii
A Land of Homes
The Oregon Short Line Rallrod 0
will bo pleased to send ncacriptilsml
tor regarding Idahos resources lie
to D Burley G P A or D SSIn
cer A G P A Salt Lake City Cut J
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PRINTING
OP FIRST crAss QUALIT1
is OUR HOUUY
GIVE US A TRIAL tM > tI
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Spanish Fork
GoOperative
Institution
Dealers In
General
Merchandise
Flour
O Grain
and Produce I
Hoatifaottireri of i
Harness 1
Boots C r
rift Shoes 1
JOHN JONES Supt I
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Spanish Fork
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