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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 18 June 1908

PREPARING FOR REPUBLICAN HOSTS 1 i V kf e 11 y rF k a t i i a r e i I A f I lolfollSIUdlo UUICAIIO + rop Fred prxottett W Upham of Chicago chairman of the local Republican convention comm r tce has charge of all local arrangements for the big gathering Mr Itioham Is l a wellknown Chicago coal and lumber merchant he has been J ttldent of the Cook county III board of review since 1899 IFUEL WASTE TESTED GOVERNMENT EXPERTS FIND USES FOR CULM AND SLACK t a d Rllults of Experiments with Coal of All Kinds Are Published by the p United States Geological Survey Washington The results of tho fork done at the United States fuel s Ittitlat plant at Forest Park st Louis j Item January 1 1906 to Juno 30 1907 nt presented In a report just Issued tjithe United States geological sur rey t ierTlie scope of the work during the period covered has been largely re stricted to a series of comparative Itttti made under conditions as nearly BEAT THE BRITISHER I v Roosevelts Adjuration to Olympic Games Entr...

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. — 18 June 1908

> i 11 i f PLACE IN PANTHEON I I ASHES OF ZOLA THE NOVELIST l 3 t TO BE INTERRED THERE I a i I I Tardy Honors to De Paid to the + Memory of the Noted French I I Writer by His Coun 4 I t trymen f 1 1 j Tho removal next month of the re J i mains of Zola tho novelist to an hon 1L I Y ored placo In tho Pantheon at Paris y I 1 t Is a striking Illustration of how In a t 1 J few years the public attitude towards ° Ii t a man and a mans memory can t change When Zola died less than r i six years ago ho was secure In his r l I fame as one of tho throe greatest liv ing writers the other two being Tol f stol and Ibsen Tho outcome of tho t j Dreyfus caso had shown convincingly t + t that Zola had been on tho side of ly + right and had been a truer French T f man than his traducers In striving to ty r j undo tho wrong committed to tho vic I j tim of Devils Island but oven then I rt t i his funeral was the occasion for dis f t orders that approached dangerously 1 near to being riots 1 + When It...

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. — 18 June 1908

Y URAee0 OMAWSENDUn NCi 0 I Woman Suffera Torture South1 Without complaint d and torn with terrific pains tacked nnnoyed by kidney irregular SLkldMryslrr r tJhU1 tics Mrs A S Payno of 801 Third ave So I ColurnbuB Miss suffered for years Sho < nays Tho frnlns In my back sides and loins were so terrible that I often smothered a scream Every inovo agony MX rest was broken by nt meant weakness nnd the so I reUons troublesome seemed to burn lko acid I tionan awful condition and doctors as seem to help mo Doans Kid not did t Pills bcncHtted mo from tho first tey rondo me a strong and soon and < knilthy woman b > For sale by all dealers 60 cents a Lox Foster Mllburn Co Buffalo N Y t HEB DESTINATION IN DOUBT tHER Uttli Girls Remark Not Compllmeni j tary to Grandma Ethel Is of the mature ago of five Recently her grandmother concluded that It devolved on her to Instruct the child In religious matters ctou must be a good girl Ethel ihe said Then you will go to heaven when you die Ethe...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 18 June 1908

11 I 1 rl rtj 1 t1R iI I Jf Local Jots L If f I The last night of the merrygoround 1rJ t f i will be Friday night i 1 i Ir Wellington Wood and fnmily are visit I I I j i ing relatives at Nephl d 11 Art Thomas returned Tuesday from I r r l l a two years mission in California I r Dont miss seeing A Day in tho Woods Monday afternoon and evening I next r r t i Car load of the famous Peter Schutler 1 i t 1 t wagons just In at the Farmers Coop t t I n Association II I lj i j k Frank Abbott is down from Salt Lake 1 t Buffering with inflnmatory rheumatism i i I 1 but is improving I I I j i1J Howell Davis of Mammoth was down I 1 Sunday and bought a piece of land on j the New Survey II 1 I 1I 1 3 I I i I A 10 year old son of Chas Douglees L i r iii t 1 of Lake Shore died last Saturday of ° i 1J i spinal meningitis I f I li J J 11 i 1 Found a small purse containing mon t i ey Owner call and describe same to k I j j 1 i Joshua Brockbank i l f 1 t a 1 i l j t John B Jex has gone to Castilla wher...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 June 1908

it py BETTER to ode with the Gity Drug Store NOTICBThe date on your namo label of this paper Is the date to which your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as nroinnt as nosslblo In nnvlne In advance THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 1 VOL VII NO 23 SPANISH FORK T rlw BAY tiNE u UTAH THURSDAY 1 JUNE 25 t 1008 Kntoroil nt Spanish Fob Pork 21 1902 Utah ns secondclass Act of Congress matter Atoreh 1oit 3 Ofllco 1879 F Jfr co Resists Exp I 1 w oy b a i 1 I I r1V t Resists Hfe > W f Expenso saK V S l ererytMnx that i rood roof td Come rdth shingles todir ould rout Spirkibumoul asitnncrdid neser ut et afire Continuo N i when oattnererdidlxlorenlpthem they rot of heat or cold andkak Any c ntul 1nd or ram nnnot sacct podmao ao Lay nee F f UN COT ae4 Fusruarcte ykr srllnflrAY Rra nereter wuLle toe build QuIBy eonudered csnrresrama11 1gP g o It II the cheapest i Va roofinrnudru anrlu + darooled it n tArgsoosuto ° the bcit it any gelidtng at price We urge fuiT OOFING you to term us today Sold by beaters and...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 June 1908

I I t = = JV THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 1 J ANDREW JKNEN Publlnlior SPANISH frRK UTAH t m I UTAh STATE NEWS c F i It has been decided to hold tho an nual Welsh day outing at Saltalr I July 1C L The state penitentiary now holds 262 I I convicts the largest number In tho I history of tho state tt i A crusade for cleanliness has been 1 started by tho health department ann I1 tho fire department of Ogden U 1 Tho federal grand Jury resumed Its ill I i ucsslon last week and began further r t i investigation of the Utah National I f jf 1 n i bank robbery I Improvements at Fort Douglas n i I made possible by the recent appro q f priation of nearly 170000 by congress I will noon begin j ru J The records of the Third district tr t I Illf I court show that from January 1 1908 4 t to Juno 1C 1908 there have been 49G 111 J I t1 divorce cases filed 1 f Taxpayers of Salt Lake will on July > 29 next decide whether tho bonded Indebtedness of tho city shall bo In I 1 creased hy JGOOOOO i E Miss May Su...

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. — 25 June 1908

ow absolutely whan you bill Diamond or Watch of us that best and absolutely guar I U thoand that the prlco Is low I 1 lSTAiU3Uti tb61 17O AIN ST sMT lAKE CITY UTAH CHILD COLE CO BROKERS SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Our facilities for handling your account unexcelled Wo make liberal advancos on all Utah Stocks 100 Atlas flock tialtaLaka City UTAHS FAMOUS ALTAI WATERING LACe SALTAIR S Coney latino ot the Wt Flnit Bathing In the World Ir t 1 Duo Floor aDd best Movie la I the Stat bnalad Bltjcl Races twice wtiUr For j n nmait I BM5 aUtaa t + ad aleunre tO to I Slhllr Tralaa nary < s mia 1 I = CABIN CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAP poor Place of Abode However for Nervous People A woman librarian tells this tale I Itist Bummer I was down In the r siuntalns of Virginia at one of tho e Inur sweet springs once ft famous I Interlng place for de quality Ono 1 feornlnB In DIY rambles I found a most r Eillghtful log cabin cozily tucked It nT on a ledge with a view that I I knew would Inspire mo to grander o bet...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 June 1908

V t t 4 r j1f s t l at Th I r u t t t Vf r f L jj + I1 1 ByNflRyBORD N S1I Je r rY 1 + t t 1 l I Yr t 1 i I i J a i II r i n y r p H va 3 yr rJ rC i i 4 J i I r i I l K CcO I oJ JI LII1P6E Oco i1vt h h TEMrlsM 1 I J i to t Th r r1 I t Gfr I J 1 1 4i rH s 1 e a 1r y It d + r dr 1 O b x f f 31 F s q Li r t N THE Cfl N G UE 4i to i TNEFMP THRONE RORiS + i S I L L Vf4 a iu is EKINGA Chlnoso dinner A4 of 47 dishes n glimpse In A4r r Pot ° to a Chlnoso theater mid a r rl i t visit to n popular lecture halltho latter not ono of 1r the least slgnlllcmit evi dences of a reiiiui liable I educational purpose be hind the workings of the st r vr Chinese government end rtt i ed our visit In Tientsin elf with nn evening of great Interest Thanks to the constant at tention and companionship of Mr Rob f r ertson Y M C A general secretary In t Tientsin and Mr Pay a Chinese resi j dent and a Mr A of Yale the most progressive city under Chinese admin istration was opened up to us In n Mast manner that f...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 June 1908

WjMAN 1 I m i t 1 LL r CALLED QUEEN OF ANARCHISTS KW YORK For more k T than half a decade the on L I tire secret service of the N 1 United States assisted by the postal authorities and a score of city police been striving without have ree forces IIIUchavall to compel one little woman In bOld her tongue Laws have been to made especially to deal with her and of detectives trained to corps whole Enforce the laws Hut neither esplon enforce atslaws imprieonmenl ats threats arrests or Imprisonment age served to check the fanatical nc kite Goldmuu Hvlty of Km ma Goldman Interuatton m ally known as the Queen of tho Anar chists says a writer in the Cincinnati Enquirer I To this womans Influence over tho Ignorant the embittered and tho 111 balanced Is laid the death of President y UcKlnlej the assassination of several i foreign rulers the attempt on tho life pression of nervous energy and deter mination Black Her Favorite Color Her hand Is small und well kept her complexion youthful and her h...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 June 1908

i 1TL < TAFT AND SHERMAN CHOSEN s I l1 r OHIOAN NAMED r r BY REPUBLICANS r f3 J w Fairbanks Hughes Cannon Knox and Foraker Given Only Com fl plimentary Vote for Presi dential Nomination VS 1 r I g9 + + 4 + + + + t d f THE VOTE t f f f t + Taft 702 + ll ri t t Knox 68 f s a t + Hughes 63 + 4 Cannon 61 + + La Follette 25 t i f It + Fairbanks 40 f f Foraker 16 4 + Roosevelt 3 t + f Absent 1 t tt + t t f Total 980 f h I + + + tt + + 9s + t Chicago On tho first ballot taken tr o I on tho third day of tho national con vention William H fart of Ohio was ei 1 i p named by tho delegates assembled as 4 N their choice for president of tho Unit d i ed States to succeed Thcodoro Roose velt It rp ilti i lti It was 1245 p m when Senator Lodge chairman of tin convention announced that nominations for can h t Tl didates for tho presidency were In order I Representative Boutell of Illinois a fi nominated Speaker Joseph G Cannon P l Representative Forbes of Michigan made the seconding speech for Sp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 June 1908

YOURE TOO THIN slight Catarrhal Derangemtntt svt stomach Produce Acid Pert IAI rIA1 natation of the Food If s Stomach Catarrh people are thln and always re gone rom temperamental roa way i tbDi jrobably In snob cases nothing can on be done to obango this personal peculiarity not there aro a largo number of pea get thin or remain thin Who i who g pit tnrilly would be plum and fleshy JJ for omo digestive derangement bat Thin peon P t o lack lit ndlposo tissue Adipose tissue is chiefly composed of fat rat II 1 derived from tho oily constlt sentsof foal The fat making foods are called by the philologist hydrocarbons This of foods Bro not digested In tho class i tnmsch at all They are digested In the duodenum tho division of tho allY ntary canal Just below tho stomach BLe digestion of fat Is mainly If not wholly the worlc ot tho pancreatic juice l This Juice Is of alkallno reno lion and Is 1 rendered Inert by tho addi tion of acid A hyperacidity of the dlgestlru fluids of tho stomach pas...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 June 1908

I I I t I f 1i A t j fa i I Local Jots i For green peas and new potatoes see + Geo Ellis i Win B Hughes was in town Wed L l nesday on business I f fi ttl A son was born to Mrs Hy Christ f t + tensen last Monday i rd n i t A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs to 1 Joe Crump of Palmyra last Tuesday LOST A large gray shawl on LIen jamln road Finder kindly return same cf to Mrs Isaac Heck r + t1 r FOR SALE Finest quality sweet r 1 t t cherries from the old Clark orchard y I Hoc A Deal Springville A 13 i il I 1 J There will be a benefit ball in the i j r 1 City pavilion next Saturday evening hill 4 for Mrs Thomas Druge and family 1 t I 1 I i I Wm C Heckstrom has accepted a I I Jf position as assistant cushier at the I I Jl I I First National Bank of Spanish Fork 1 1 gyp IS i Mr and Mrs John Briggs attended f1 r fllp i J the wedding last Monday night of the I I n f daughter of exMayor Frisby of Provo 1 1r I 1 E On July 3 and 4 the Rio Grande IL R will give a rate of one fare for round ai tri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 2 July 1908

It I pays BETTER to trtcje Alith the City Drug Store NOTlCBThe date on your name label t of this paper I IB the Unto to which your subscription Is paid Kindly be ns prompt aspossible In paying In advance l MXS ft 4 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I i VOL VII NO 24 SPANISH FOR i THUmm FORK UTAH THURSDAY JULY 2 1008 Entered at Spanlih Fob Fork II ItOJ Utah na secondclass Act of Contrast matter March Ioat f onica 1879 l DR C M HART DENTIST pNoOroernuddln SPANISH TOIUI oric JlOUR9Q A M till B PM IflJlPBNDINT PfON1I N943A Residence Non Ollce No I DES WARNER < 2l HAGAN rAND QVARAN Office at Hp6 PHYSICIANS Creer Q ullcllng SPANISH FORK UTAH ntnn trill answer nUht calls from Mn In pa FreuWs Sweruons residence lad Ward SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned H tainted rarmi loir Intereit ip clal op lion of partial pmrmeou COM I t rcildence one block east of Ooop SPANISH FORK UTAH I Br MORGAN ATTORNEYATLAW it cbt B1ndIDrPJlOV TdeybefSft X At SAXEY ATTOHKBYATLAW ConTeancer and Notary Public Offlce...

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. — 2 July 1908

1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS r ANDREW JEMfnn Pitbllslier c SPANISH FORK UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS rut The sixyearold son of Adrlcn Qrl < mond of Nepbl Is dead oa tho result of being kicked In tho headby a horse t v Six townships comprising 100000 it acres of land In Box Elder county will bo thrown open to settlement on i 1 u July 23 According to an order from tho president tho Bear Illvcr National 1 forest will In future bo known ns the t i Cacho National forest ia 1 The state board of land commla t loners last week purchased 20000 N k J worth of Denver county school bonds I bearing 5 r per cent Interest and matur t ° ing In 1928 I 1 t I A J Pendleton a pioneer resident 1aii 1 of Salt Lake was kicked by a horse last week and fatally injured Mr d Icndloton was 70 years of age and 1 was a blacksmith Several horses In the vicinity ot e Brigham City havo been killed by or + der of tho state board of health ow ing to the fact that they were af flicted with glanders I i Along a strip of land ...

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. — 2 July 1908

EROA STORY The princess Elopes By HAROLD McGRATH Author of The Man on the not Hearts and Masks Eta I pSfJAgU IOCGlI obb Mcrrlll Co C < > SYNOPSIS ne AmerIcan at 1 ° rope tool Barscholt how the n mv o dnrtpallly duke Vail tried to find pIn grand nloco the P18 l for his rebellious husband lllUUsarlc I finally decreeing Ttofss we1 utr0 prince of Doppelkhm it she oM widower ruler of tho nclBh j8nrinrlnalltr Though he had been sling prlnclpalll ring untrPy for sIx months tho Amer n Lnsul had never seen the princess ran consul horseback rldlnE In the country bile V overtnkes him anti ho seeks accom > v rht l In a illlnpldated old castle oo1t1on Mne admission he Is startled bile bcautlful volco breaking Into Bong 1 t CHAPTER Continued Had I stumbled upon ono of my reaIIIS at last Had Romance sud enl1 relented as a coquette some es relents For a space I knew ot t what to do Then with a shrug hare never been accused of lacking I riga I tried once more by the I j IM def a match to lo...

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. — 2 July 1908

r i t 1 I Vl l i I J l z I I I I I 1 J I I I l > I h l I 7 i I f i l I I r I I I I I M G + II Lis l Ill I II I J r F tt THE CURING OF 1 F I CAPT CHUBB 1 4 r U I Dr Richard Corbus Bat In his com t4 4 fortnblo study with n look of profound r i disgust overshadowing his featureD Mr Walter Bamcra better known In A E the viuidovlllo world ns Signor Gal t Incl ventriloquIst aleight of hand per former and general dealer in perg ° t reclined on the sofa and eyed his host v 13 ii 1 with a pitying smile lie could af ford to smile fur time recent war bo f tween rival theatrical syndicates had 1 resulted in an exceedingly piofltablo t Boasoh for him at a preposterous salary L ii J ary and therefore the world looked r pleasant In his eyes As far as the financial situation was j concerned Dr Corbus had also every reason to vIew tho world through rose E s colored glasses Ho was 35 blessed with n good practice a reputation sec l ond to none among the younger mem bore of Chicagos medical fraterni...

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. — 2 July 1908

IVmiv q BY I I MS LuLL i I I I 1 I I ly Yy 4 a gyp w n L n 1 1 oswa ii rr a 1 I nETHER mar i OUFR r rlngo be abso rfar lutely a failure W I or not 18 same Ic thins to be do 1 cldod only by those who havo tried It and Ii I am no feminine Don 1 it Quixote tilting against 1 windmills I am simply an observer r o seeing happy marriages and unhappy and sometimes finding what Is evident a tali except the persona most concerned tho I Ittte rift within tho lute which haa mado its Mile mute it might bo said at tho outset that tho fact of suC kIDS nil over tho world if marriage is a failure 1 d NE kENr n v WLDOYFiPTiE f rin oc r i I b m v dr I H 1 Is not proof that It Is a success nor is the excel lence of an Institution provod by tho few cases bat by the many The few but prove tho possi bility of success whore thoro is moro often but light measure of it No one who has considered the matter thought fully can doubt that marriage nt Its best is the perfect life Ideal In its relations and In its ...

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. — 2 July 1908

I 1 j t gjt r t 11 i UNCLE DICKS i h k Ia i t WONDERFUL a h ACS s a c yvr r s 1 hl t iMMY BHODEIUCK8 Undo Dick JIMMY not only n great Inventor of but ono of tho kindest men that ft over llvctl vi w I Although earned his living by In t 4t vent useful things lllto automatic a i plows tXit would flow a wholo field In t p ftr I tho night time while tho farmer lay In if bed asleep and automntlc fish poles u o that would bait their own hooks and It l fl fm j throw out their own lines and pull In < I I their own fish and take them off and FJ oJ I bait tho hooks over again still Undo S II i Dick was ready at a minutes notice to 3 ii k i drop all that sort of thing and Invent m lill h 11 I something to give a boy pleasure And 1 I1m 1 I t J1 you will agree that a nephew who has 1 an uncle lllto that has a treasure J y jt Jimmy Itrodcrlck know this and ho 1 took great care of Uncle Dick carrying II d I nil umbrella for him when It rained and 1 watching to see that ho ate his meals t f It t ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 2 July 1908

he General Demand WellInformed of the World has iVef the been for ft simple pleasant and toy 1 tiva remedy of known 2 at liquid laxative Uxative which physicians could > s ue i family uso because its com tin for rts nro known to them to be sent parts Sic and truly beneficial in effect heIesomo an plAblo to the system and gentle yet CPr CPrj apt in action Applying that demand with Uscx < I combination of Syrup of Figs and Ami Lr eni of Senna tho CaliforniallflgSyrup I rocccJs along ethlcaUinos and relics Jlto merits of the laxative Cox Us remark d IflCCCSS fat is ono of many reasons why pigs and Elixir of BcnnA id given rprcfcrcnco by tho Wellinformed e ret i its beneficial effects always buy o by tho Call man e Fig Syrup Co only > and for sale 1 yall leading druggists Price fifty cents bottle TIME TO HUSTLE c J W d KldGee whiz but or feller feels nesomo In do spring it ho aint got slept Suicides In Natal Tie abnormal sulcldo wave which pissing over this country has been add...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 2 July 1908

n t1 I I 1 > Vf t it j 41 I y I t t Local Jots f Get your fruit jars at Hob Boyacks < MW 4 t For green peas and new potatoes see I Geo Ellis + See official notice of School Election re at Ir t rq h in another column hi I Magic wallpaper cleaner makes wall ct paper like new Jex Jumber Co J F Rawson of Eureka is in town h visiting with his brother WDRawson i U h > llt Mr and Mrs A B Morgan of Provo r 1 have been visiting in Spanish Fork this a week tv i r tl1 + ii At the dance last Saturday night t r 21 was cleared up for Mrs Thomas Jr rr Drags trans 11 t J I I J i i J FOUNDA coil spring for a mowing t i machine or a beet cultivator Call at t 1 this office bring lOc F I Iv Rob Puck of Kamns representing Pack Bros has arrived in town and lmll I I I I I will run Packs pavilion Be sure and attend the oil well boring J 5 It at Juab Sunday July 5 Special rates L t a over the Salt Lake Route Ft if 1 1 to i > I + t I A chance to see things us they were I I i4 + J at tho time of C...

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