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|Paper||Millard County Blade|
Country People Read Absolutely Independent On all questions whether Polities, Sooial or Religious, J3 ou Motto:-T- he The advertisements in thai Country Papers, and as has the Largest Circulation of any Paper in Central r and Southern Utah, It oners the beat possible medium for Advertisements. i The BLADE the Klape, Tf utn Without Fgaf or Favor," ! Terms year, in advance, Six months, $1.00. S2.00 per j VOLUME KEPHJ CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY III. AN LOCAL INKLINGS. NUMBER 13, 1895. EXTREMELY CLOSE CALL. 5. AT THE TABERNACLE. SCIPJO SPARKS. 4' of MorHarry Foote Takes an Over-dos- e sack. Synopsis of the Afternoon Discourse Last A Resident's Heavy Loss by Fire DeattiV Nephi Sugar, 15,85 per phine Comes Out All Right. Rate for a Month Sunday The Speakers. Location blanks for sale at the Bt.AE It was' a close call that Harry Foote had A not very numerous as Death 'seems to Blade: Editor congregation last Monday morning, and it will tea sembled in the office. a in Scipio ot late.' rich harvest Tabernacle last Nephi before if he his forgets ' long time, ever, thev Sunday. Elder Chas. Sperry of the Stake John Hanson died ott the3rd,.making Hay ou subscription. Please call and terrible experience. " within m6nth. to a called fourth order the . Presidency meeting tf For some time past, Mr, Foote has bees and learn where to stack it. Little Wells Robins sonj f Wm, J. the choir sang in their usual sweet so in bis and with troubled head, pains (excellent severe have they been at times, that he style. Call for a few gallons of Robins fell down jand broke his arm, the Elder Isaac li, Grace offered rraver. little sunerer is doing weiii however, 2 molasses. Neohi Co-ocould not sleep. Last Sunday evening as and while the sacrament was being ad Our neighbor.Guptave Peteron suffered be was retiring to rest in a room above A free conveyance from the Deseret the severe a ministered Elder Kienke addressed John joss on the night joij the filth... mora he dose small of took store, Some deHe time after midnight a fire broke out' those said assembled. he tf Oasis. at meets trains all House, phine in order to induce sleep. It did sired to so live that, he would always his about corral a tes have burning up fall his outthe not desired and have about result, If you want a beautiful dress at the . to and and power crop of hay frorttj his city lot express the hope houses, Mr. Foote took another and timony midnight ' is etc. A lowest price visit the said at the Excelsior larger within chickens him. cow, that he team, harness, ago years soon of Forty dose the deadly drug. He 2 loss, for friend Peterson is a discovered he had taken too much, but entered Utah, a stranger in a strange land. very severe Mercantile Co. man never he of bad and heard it takes almost all of his this until poor conclud'people rather than disturb his' parents, old he Mormon Right now is a good time to subscribe, ed struck the in Boys- do of t forget to1 trail down working capital. an to doctor and himself, ' prepared On one him. he Ohio. the Caaseunknowni frr the BlAdb and send to distant rela- emetic of mustard plains camped and water and drank night help tf Hay harvest is On us in earnest, but the"v Babbitt, and was favorably tives and friends, it. It failed to respond and he then took with A. Wwith his and after crop is light. Cold weather and late appearance, dose of salt and water which produced impressed That was a grand rain the first of the athe desired result. By dint of hard his arrival in Utah he became convinced Irosts get the blame. week and while a little chilly at times, walking, he managed to keep awake and that Mormonism is true. The The glorious Fourth passed; off bravely.to the testimonies he, in A meeting, oration, good1 singing, pro referred speaker 5 a before now went is .the out into little o'clock' the weather delightful. connection with games anci faces in the' others, had received. cession etc., with revived orchard. fresh The air but him, Don't tear up the Blade; when! you as he wac in the evening. The' a and He ball a still bad circular letter from the afternoon, to nearly exhausted, went back have read it pass it to your neighbor his room and boys distinguished themselves durlaid down. As he did so, First Presidency t issued 40 years ago, bandthe day, helping much! to tbe har- -' tf he turned numb and fell back exausted asking the Saints to humble themselves ing who, perchance, does not take it. success of the proceedings. su and to before to turn Him the Lord mony, was and all plicate and concluded it in the over.speechless are to have a new store. O L. We theirof Largest assortment of enemies. the The wrath In a short time his father arose away and Andrew Peterson, under' town and as cheap as the cheapest. and seeing tbe store door open, went in. people responded, and impending calam Thompson the firm name of Thompson i& .Peterson, Not finding his son, he went up to his ities were turned Into blessings. 2t T. B. Foote. are just filling up the shelves of the oldt The world is beginning to under-stan- d room and found biia unconscious, as he - I as motto We the have IrtASSthe and those prompt that Kobison 8 tore. Uheap goods and lively adopted C believed, dead. The painful news was used to B LEWI Item.. are now in competition are promised.instruments of The to Mrs. oppose, follows: communicated Foote, Harry's the hands of the Lord for tbe fulfillment Prompt publication IM THE. WORLD TME'' BEST SMES ARE 1895. 9, was who tiCipio, frantic and July colwith JU mother, and grief, prompt Blade, prompt job work, his designs regarding this people. running outside began crying Harry, O ofThe tf lections, M. lives McCune speaker then referred to the days Harry Harry.' Court at Fill mote. of when the paople went forth to 1857, callwas street and believing he the Two cases of with the same Some defend homes. of those their ed ran over and Editor Blade: The July session ot' the cause ol d spraying law came up before Justice Mrs. Foote's griefinquiring to Salt Lake District Court commenced iptbre last Monv: was told 'Harry is men traveled Stout this week, and the parties were let dead."; Mr. McCune ran up stairs and and the Lord had blessed tbeir efforts and day. The Court house ha;i been nicely" was followed by the distracted mother sacrifices by turning the wrath of our en- fixed up for thn purpose.) j This is the off with small fines. were doing for emies aside. He had many testimonies first time a term of District Court has' who asked what tbe truth of the Gospel and the kind been held here since Judge Drummondt Harry Foote, who came so nearly solv- Harry?!' Nothing, they what can we do, he's of watch-car- e the Father has over His and one of his female associates occupied! of was the the side" "other Foote Mrs. dead" the But by mysteries ing reply. the bench sometime in the pities. means of an over-dos- e of morphine, laet told Mr.. McCune to run for the doctors, children. next addressed Elder James The hotels are full of legal lights, jury- a moments Hos Jenkins, few in Drs. and Miner, Tuesday started for an outing to Fish mer and Wilcox were on the ground. the meeting. Mormonism, is men, witnesses ana litigants. The first! lake. Dr. Miner placed bis ear over the dying regarded by the people of the world as case called up was a controversy between i a strange and peculiar work. To Allen Russel and Gatriel Huntstnau over' All those interested in bicycling are re- man's heart, said he was alive and .heno being the it is perfectally a bundle of cloth on appeal ffrom Justice's began the battlo with death. Hypoder-mi- natural. The Lord quested to assist in preparing the track gives to those that Court. Huntsman the appeallant lost in. Injections were made in his arms. on the public square for a series of grand restoratives were applied, and tbe patient ask, and referred to the words of tbe both courts. The next was? ja sheep be- -' which give an assurance that fouling water case from SSeHer County' races for prizes on tbe 24th. Apply to raised to nis xeet and Detween two men prophets be would the case. Only a few years ago not yet concluded. Several aliens have' room he was walked up and down the Wm. of the Saints were unmis- been admitted to citizenship The Bailey. the of and into and the prayers doors but finally We have the Finest and Lareeat Stock of Footware answered. If we do the will of is that court will only; lact here a i The Board of Equalization will' meet dwelling. At length a gasp for breath takably ever shown in Nephi, and although, leather good's acwe will the tbe few C. A. told from live would are that reap we and the still Father, 100 blessings to days. No grand Jury have advanced from 25 per cent, save in the County County Court house in mother's Harry we to If His His sor a there rolled heart at cording once promises. keep and at great Old money Prices. at Buy selling this city from July 22d to 27th. County row. Mr. Foote's experiments with commandments, we will know that the Died. Gospel is true. Elder Jenkins then tax for the onrrent year is five mills, two morphine will not be repeated. the of of the Prophspoke Mrs. early struggles Johana Sophia Hellberg on Wed- . ,, , of which are for school purposes. et Joseph Smith, and of tbe knowledge To Die Easy. he had gained of tbe greats plan of salva- nesday and was buried yesterday. Mrs.. All summer Dress Qoods are reduced David Wbitmer had also received Hellberg was born in Sweden, October uo to uyae ana wmcmore's ana get a ation. below cost at Excelsior store. A fine line wonderful which he main 27thJ.862. Her husband dieii in Nephi No-- ' of Lawns, Pongee goods etc., must go package of the German Household Dyes tained to the testimony and so earnest was Mr. vember 24, 1892. last, this month. You cannot afford to miss which colors silk, wool or cotton with Whltmer when bearing his testimony less labor, time or trouble than any other that he impressed every one with whom 2 this sale of summer Dress Goods. DESERET DOINGS. be came in contact, of his sincerity. 2 Certain boys have been seen bathing in Dye. The persecutions the About all that is transpiring down IM have endured have been for their good. Deseret the creek above town. They must cease appears to be marriages. Held For Rape. The Son of man had been perscuted even it or they will De arrested. death, as also was Paul and many of Last Saturday, John Ai Wright and t Deputy Marshal W. P. Paine came up unto H. D. GOLDSBROUGH, other ancient apostles. Whenever Mrs, Ida Meechem joined .bands for the from Fillmore on Saturday having in cus the B has had a people on the earth, Lord the City Marshal at with tody F. Appleman. charged met with opposition and perse journey of life. have they Hola in oh rape girl tempted If any Nephi subscribers fail to receive On Monday, Alf Cahoonjjahd Miss Han- -' all of which are necessary to pre cutions, of an account Paine Mr. the' den. gave their Blades, kindly call at this of- affair: Last week, B. Cohn the well pare them tor the labor they nave to of Hymen t nah Kindere invoked the kid JL is one fice and get them. that a cord were of dealer wool that The Salt Lake and hide may known Any joined by silkeji Chas. Sperry announced that and want to subscribe should not wait for the and Mrrflwwn, his teamster, stop a Presidentfor never Blade trusts will bjseak. oonaiuerifrg the celebration at one of theHolden hosteleries and ofmeeting above-nam' immedia61 call in and it will be done. bed we offer our " the Just solicitor; To all be held Pioneer would Day, took lodgings for the night, i In order to of many ot our To meet . sincere and "hearty congratulations. Aaron Shaw threw 42 and carried off get to their room, the men had to pass tely after the close aof the services customers to place TAILOR-MAD- E The choir and sang closing hymn were room in which another we have the bicycle from Cooper and Fyper's through SUITS within, the reach of all, beds. Dur- Elder David Udall pronounced the girls occupying seperate s adopted the installment plan. J?or Estray Notlcje. raffle on Wednesday evening. Erb. Cole two the down stairs, went nightAppleman ing I have in my possession thjl following des- and Ned Woods won the f 5.00 booby prize and on his return, forget there was a cribed animal to wit : on throws of 21 each and divided the room that must be passed through be hbfcse!. left hind foot One black 6 or Pioneer Day. fore his own couch was reached, and "got white two small spots jback of left fore , white, spoils. bed by mistake," so Mr. Ap- on left branded Etta's into thih. leg, ser close of after the the Immediately About August 1st we will ship a train- - pleman alleges. in Tabernacle last the vices Sunday. and resented the intrusion, Etta loudly load of sheep to Chicago, and continue t until Chas. Sperry called the people to paid, you jan secure any. clothing If not claimed and taken aay within fifteen screams brought the parents up Prest, her an and of for order asked desirthe fall. desire. Those from date of this noticed it wiil be sold at yeu expression shipments daring days a moments the neighbors views as to whether or not, stairs. In few auction at the Nephi City estray pound.to Orders from the South em. Counties to obtainwere arroused. and both Mr. Cohn and hold a celebration of .Pioneer ing ship through us, thereby and date of sale, 12 o'felock noon, TuesTime 3 solicited. After . Day. ir were locked their in 1895. for Aonleman the market J.; S. Copek, 23d, their highest to a price ing July and motion celebrate been had measnrincr carried. Send for samples ltfttt. officer ar an 8, room and until guarded 4 blanks. H. F. McCune moved that the Stake Nephi, July X,.,",,, sheep, call on or address, rived from Fillmore. Applemanwas a select committee & 3 Presidency general Pay Garrett, Nephi. taken before U. S. Commissioner Veile and that Chas. Next door to P. 0. NepM. be the chairman. Satisfaction Guaranteed. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE. The Nephi Democratic Society met in and held In the sum ot $500 to await the The motion wasSperry carried and the follow of the grand jury. On arriving ing ladies and gentlemen were ' the Court house on Saturday evening and action WHEREAS Silas L. Jackson and Harriet E in JNeDhi Mr. ADDieman'a mends maae a as constituting that committee:reported Chas. selected the following named delegates deposit with the Nephi bank as a guar his wife, executed, jiand delivered to ' Jackson, H. W. H. F. McCune, Sperry, deed. , Pettigrew, Li. H. Builders Hoie, Trustee, their certain trust A. Supplies. to the Territorial Convention that meets antee for a bond of 500, and the prisoner J. W. Grace, Wm. Bailey, Chas. Haynes. Complete line of D. o$ February. the date nrt day bearing was released. Geo. W. Foote, Walter Mahew, D.K. 189Q, to secure the payment t) John H. Miller. in Salt Lake City. Mrs. M. A. IMiU.Worta Specialty. nrat mortgage bond or note, Brown, Herbert Burton; Tbe meodam-- s of a oertain ald Grover, Mrs. M. E. Neff, Mrs. E.J. Silas L. Jajfckson and Harriet Notice. executed Alice by L. Priscllla Elizabeth Special Winn, Lunt,the Misses 13, Jaokson, as makers thereof, for tie snm Chappell, J. C. Ostler, W. J. and Katie Grace no Grover, or No calls political of Fire hundrel and Fifty jj Dollars, and. iu- and Katie Sorensen. Sbimmins, H. F. McCune, D. W. Cazier. tices,party or work of anypurely kind lor either or Maggie Blackett, will terest there on at the rat of eight per cent met and organize per The committee Home-mad- e annumx untill maturitvi; and which aiq ' molasses for 75 cents per any party will be made or undertaken by into commutes. or note draws inttrdfet at the rate ot special bond for with The Blade except cash Co-ospot Try a few gallons. the copy or order. Publisher Blade. gallon at the Now, let the people lend a helping twelve pr cent per annumi; after due- Said the first dcy of hand by a hearty response to the calls boad or note was payaole nad a snotty case jonn j.irgan, j. 1895, Said trust aed was recorded . and made make them the celebra February, upon on to decide Train Talk,. Wednesday. It occured over in the Recorder's office of Juab County. Utah, tion a grand success. .tbe cows belonging to Mrs. Hannah Price in Book No, 12 of Mortgages on page 493, of the On Sunday. Judge Wm. H. King, records of said office, and given upon the followtrespassing on the premises of Meshack Marshal Fowler, Attorney Sam'i in the County Pitt. The latter put the cows in his cor A. King Thomas ing described premises, situated and a number of others went Personal Mention. of Juab and Territary of Utah, towit: Lot ; ral for damage. Mrs Price went after her south to Juab where they took conveyan (4) Block Four tit Flit "C" Nephi City cows, and a heated discussion took place. ces over-lan- d Jos. Carter ofSnake Valley, was a visit Four a few where of building Lots, Situated ia Section t Fillmore for Surrey aaulacturers. Gand Dealers in Mrs. Price feeling that she had the worst a (4). Township Thirteen (13) South of few or since. in be Four of will in.. days Nephi indulged of the controversy had Mr. Pitt arrested days courting one (1) ftast of Salt Lake Meridian,, for using obscene and abusive language. one and Colonel George A. Henry, an old Un N. Whitecotton of Provo, was Range J. a5res, together with i containing Judge Coal, n Hardware, Paints,. water testified Mrs. Creek Price and that he did, and Mr. ion vetran, and a Deep right owid by 5,aid Jackson XJsW33idows,3M Nephi on legal business during the any to or and wif.e, or either of them:;or belonging Pitt testified that he didn't. His honor mining operator, passed through here on in ox . said. week. or used any part with pemi&e$. upon Combination Mr. a the benefit Pitt slim Monday en route to Deep ureek. ' JGaskets, very rPicketsXJoniiis Save and discharged him.of and , ' thereof, Attorney Ed ward Pike was in WHEREAS It is provided in said; trust deed,: County The City Fathers Meet other things, that micase oi the Dreaca "OTire Fenae&o. , town on Saturday on legal business and among; of The case of the People vs. James to, the covenants therein contained L. of any Chase for using more water than had The City Fathers met ia regular session returned to Euraka on Sunday, byl; the said Silas and b performed kept been distributed to him by the watermas-ter.cam- e on July 5th, with Mayor Clayton In the Jackton and Harriet E.. Jackson, or the failure Edwin Booth this week returned to then said i up on Tuesday before Wm.Stout. chair. pay aaid bond or note whenofduo, ; P. said Edward and J. for sell Pike been Lake of The premises. . County Attorney Trustee shall dispose where, he has revising and, printing from Salt question FSpecialattention the prosecution and J. N. Whitecotton 100 copies or any part thereof, and all the right, title,, of the city ordinances came up. spending several weeks, in visiting.. to Mait Orders. .and the benefit and equity of redemptionE. of the said.L defending. Quite a number of witnesses The lowest responsible offer being f275, Southern (Trade. Jackson, L. Jackson and Harriet were examined and after a hard straggle Mr. Warner moved a resolution, thai 8275 in towu a day SUaa Will Witbeck has, been, and assigns therein, either in mas s; their heirs lByocderiDjffrotn is, defendant's Stout Justice two-be at tne city attorney' aisposai or by attorney, and says, Sanpete is tha only great or in separate parcels as this holder or holders You wil leaver the freight from Mr. Chase guilty as charged for placed carried. adjudged mm that said note may prefer, at!! public auction, at purpose, on r Salt: Lake-Citearth, and Manti is, the big- of ana nnea in said Juab fo.uu ana costs of prose -The claim of Ostler & Allen for $2.00 county tho front door of the courl house s may be specitown. cation , Mr. Chase was using water for was tabled for future consideration. on tto this point. gest or said,premis. County Messrs Hyde and Jensen who will bd- the notice of such sale, for the Tha ordinance regulating bicycle rid&c Co., fied in and Chas. of Andrews Q. Ajidrews bes price thesame will brinf in i case. and second highest came Its on peal the reading", up ing first made has giving thirty days' previous he after returned from, Idaho where cash, in any Chop barley at the "Nephi Co-o$1,20 was passed to its third, reading when it a successf u,! business. of nottce aucb, sale, by publicationin the tr,i p In, the interests newspaper at that time was adopted and ordered published. said published 2 per hundred. ana D. K. Brown was present and made a of wool buying for-hiof ; Juab, County company, The other.. evening when the Curfew proposition to the city to purchase a map UTAH. viswas a have both and each, i moPike room. Harriet E. Jackson, JjAdge belt rang out its deep-ton- ed Connty Attorney Qn: to of Utah for the council warning of aid bond' in payment ths detault all youngsters of both sexes under 16, to tion the amount of S5.00 was appro pria- itor from Eureka on Tuesday and Wed- aade "the interest thereon, i note and. oi pj.t.X pi; streets off reand go home, a lady the ted for that purpose. get nesday. Business the Chase water case. a Vfnoa muked: 'I VOnder whnra The. attorney asicea tor,, an, appropria said trusts m iff j--k WHEREAS, V Is.alsp, provided in num. amm Hit! iupuwj The lady's daughter stepped to the door ition of S50.00 onaccourt of the. revision of T he J,udge says TIntic la booming li deed that in Case Ol then o the of said, the James, On afcordinances. motion and called HJe,,that Ross." Pettigrew Here, I'm T. H. G. Parks, Superintendent of the In BMoff 2 Salt L&ke Cjty. Utah, shall be came a scared, tremulous voice Amount was appropriated comic," and A.delbert Cazjer Man- Pandis by said, trust deeaasppinfea. ana maae? ' from tbe gloom in the direction of Main The bill of E. Harris for $72,93, for 4, Nephi Cp-osuccessor- to: saaa rvi, y iForIeu .and .Boys Clothing Co- - made a busiwas the N.eboSMt street and in a moment Ross bounded 882, tti of lumber furnished 'the city ager of "z;for-- . shall thereupon salfi premises; and authority, into the room, pretty i well out of breath. allowed. M in in wr ness visit to, tbeCapital early the week. sumessot trust, ' That bell had sent the little chap home The report of John Kirgan, JU V: t lino j Ute;iDU of & yuiF"tW. H. the Js Thill firm, l''-:. Brownqf as if he had been fired ; from a catapult, received and approyed. Im.ntlnrwtll anil from, saidr said Hole absen and well illustrates, the, good the curfew WHERKAS Bill of Cooper. Pyper & v- Co., merchaAt tailors cam.e on, from, Alpip&ior 111 a M f. linon on I and do if properly enforced as we are work on water mains, law will repairs T f ne-early the. ijuao wil.l make uounty,v"" an4 Ia week, certa in it will be. i ' 13.5 sprinkling wagon, was referred; to, com- this place hia. future hp me See their ad. iPNOWeTHEREFORE PtIBjLIO NOTICE li H. Bacon, , I. E. ii. Rognon and E. H. Brownell of mittee on claims. !bSrpryiVN aforesaid. Will oil i The question of the city' responsibil- elsewheije in, ths Issue of the. Bladk. Salt Lake, came down from the Utah Of: August, A. D. 1895, . THURSDiY. of 15th sidewalk the as day to the protection last 4Gette''' PulverThe Bladb's. foreman , rt lWcffioon of said dyat Capital Tuesday. The object of the ity the front door of Pax.rn.an, Ja,m?s residence the around at visit was to look over the field with a Line of Furnishings in -In said House Court Nephi. on fore inAtarge showed lathe offlpa of the Oounty Monday up was referred to the . attorney with, : view to starting a straight-ou- t at auction-tsell public RepubliUtah, Uemaukablt Low Trices, noon Be had a glorious time, oa the Juab fflheit and bes M4tr. for cash, said can paper in, Nephi. Mr. Rognon re- structions to investigate and report the :.: pon't fall to call on us. there- - r,rmies and water rigfctp here In before Adjourned. turned on, the afternoon train, whi,le Mr. several, Fourth, days (and glorious v:..:.y-lBrownell who will have charge oX'the redetoption o the said t A prominent eastern physician cont Lafter with, family and friends in Payson. benefit and oauity ofand paper, rswameu w lurtner loos over Harriet in. Jackson, Jackson L. the situation. Whie here, Mr. Rognon dems fast bicycle riding on the grounds A. D. MeCanna.of Travers, California, Silas an assigns therein forever.'and heirs their made Tbe Blade sanctum a fi.vi.ng visit. ackhofwjeage and deliver -has been visiting, this., week with, his willmakei execute, or- purchasers at said and furnished ua with a few' Items rela that it is very. Injurious to tha health.. to the as purchasersale, , this of city,, or deeds convey tive to. tbe Nebo, Reservoir of which he i He says riders who have, trained and aire Cousin, A. T.. McCanne good and sufficient deed McMx... anee for the premises sold. the general manager. His company are used to going at a high rate of speed, do also some relatives in Payson 1895. V Jttly, A. working 70.. men and, 15 teams. About so Without any evil results,, but a novice Canne while., pleased! with Utah., will Dated this 8th day ol James ja. Bacon, swim 30,(m acres of, land vili be brought under, should, never a, lively sjrnt oj: shortly return. to his own beiovea .ASue"ornT,uftta.foreaid... attempt ot I several. toousaacL wniccit W. cultivation, Judd, Attorny. j.' that is laved,Qthe great westejovu. J. wul Qe In u.ab vouftty speed, as it may prpe.cnerousA f Co-o- p. j be'-reapin- g , J or - d. - j so-call- fire-wor- tHattme B3TriJ WEAR RE515TEK5 or 5 J - ed ks - the Latter-day-Saint- s, - H FOB SALE ONLY BY ac-cro- ss non-complian- ce bare-foote- i . Mereantil d, so-calle- Latter-day-Sain- t ts pros--pec- EXCELSIOR MERCN'TLE CO Leaders in Low Prices. H. Thill & Co. H. Thill & Co. ts , j .Latter-day-Sain- ts Si 0 dj the-wtsh- es : J H SIPerWeek &z Oompany, MERCHANT they-desir- e - up-sta- ca-TAIL- ORS. i to-d- ay . . Mc-Cune,F.- ' ' p. - f., Placing Mills . - fl-i- W well-know- . aj-- ;, . . ! , y ; : BB:GE BROTHERS, p. j j s nephi city; T, , j n . iiapfers R p, ! - fa L . ii 1.11 ( 7ft ef . ib.1l; Ea I L.I1 ; pom. 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