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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 9 July 1908

M 1t pays BETTER to trade with the City Drug Store NOTICBThe date on your name label of thIs paper Is be date to which your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as prompt as possible In paying In advance THE SPANISH FORK PRESSlr i I TO L VII NO 25 SP SPANISH T1 j i FORK UTAH THURSDAY JULY 9 i 1008 Enlcrod Feb 2 1902 n iecond > cla i matter Iost Office rt Bpnnlsh I bF k198 aha Act nic Congress March x1879 BMB nr rbRc M HART DEN T IIST OCreeraulfdlsr SPANISH FORK IIffOCr I orrlCI 1I0UR99 A JI tl11l PM IMPIPlIIDINT 11011 ogee 0 3A Residence Nol S WARNER Z HAGAN i AND QVARAN Office at fly I IL rJlYSCIANS Crier Building SPANISH PORK UTAH n JIao will answer nl ht cello from Mrt DrPrucllla Sweniona realdonee red Ward SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned opted Farmslow Intoreitjpectal op e tion ot partial p 7 nenU epos trestileooei one block east of Coop SPANISH FORK UTAU BI MORGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW illll Bonding PKOVO TeUpbona ft X SAXEY ATTORNBYAT LAW Coniojancer and Notary Publio Office ...

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. — 9 July 1908

I I < 1i f i I l t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS l i 1 ih ANDREW JENSEN Publisher aft r I j SPANISH FORK r UTAH I 1 t UTAH STATE NEWS 1 r It Is announced that tho Rmclter Kip + near Ogden Is to rcstitno operations t I at once after a close down of sov y I oral months i An effort Is being made to bring i iI I the winner of tho GatmNolson fight 4 4 to Ogden for n match with Cyclone Thompson on July 24 t Tho sugar beet crop of Utah never looked better at this season of the sal a fear and a bumper crop Is expected yd J specially In Utah county 1ar Mrs Alice Hook 90 years old who + a crossed tho plains to Great Bait Lake valley In a hand cart brigade In 18GO died In Salt Lake City last week 1 In future witnesses in federal court tl i cases In this state will receive 3 per t t day for tlrelr services In tho past i 1 they havo been paid but 160 per day 1 While riding on a merrygo round at Ogden Mario McMillan aged 18 fell from the contrivance while It was t s In motion breaking her left leg ne...

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. — 9 July 1908

J onohalf as partlcu < lffcMit ouworo bolng pleaaed with your tlryasoWO aro to please you Problems In that line would ar frobl ° lvod quickly L ESTABLISHES 1063 170 MAIN SB LT LAKE CITY UTAH CHILD COLE CO BROKERS SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE Our facilities for handling your account unexcelled Wo mako liberal advancos on all Utah Stocks 100 Allen Block Ssltitako City 110 i UTAHS FAMOU3 All BUn WATERING PLACE Coney leland of the Wait Flntit Dithlng In the World mid r1 l Aeoee Floor uJ but Musk la Itii StiU SI aD mtr Bicrcli Race Iwlct wttMr For SIt Jri toen < 5 tain iii i ui keen < o to mrr OSAIC ORIGIN OF THE HALO dto Have Been Placed Over Stat ors of Saints to Preserve Them The origin of the halo dates back the eleventh and twelfth centuries ose years were rich In the building churches and cathedrals There ere erected around the outside at e eacrpd edifices statues of the nts placed under the eaves In ce the caretakers of the buildings reeked that tho discoloration from e rains f...

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. — 9 July 1908

ry < I J j + < 1 t < I p i i PROBLEM OF THE AMERICAN TRAMP t a1i HOW SHALL VAGRANCY EVIL BE CHECKED A Laws of Various States Have Proved Unequal to the a t TaskElaborate System for the Cure of Habitual tt Idleness in Force on the Continent of Europe fl 1 t Striking Contrast to the Futile Efforts That Have if y JI t t Been Made Here in the United States gW YOUK Tho course of the 1s I i i I N vagrants Ufa is In a vicious cir cle Street park bench cheap I lodging house court jail street li brako beam court jail etc no it J goes from month to month from hand to mouth from city to city More ac j t i curately stated the vagrants course la spiral and downward with accel > erated momentum toward demoraliza i 4 p tion disease and death Along his i road are certain rescue stations iY i g 1 charitable societies missions curb r d Htono breadlines Industrial homes personal visitations in alcoholic wards I i Those aro efforts to extend tho help L I 4r Ing hand to switch the vagrant fr...

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. — 9 July 1908

N TTORNEY FOR CANAL COMMISSION > u j 5f k t r r rr o k v F < A yw e r r II a r k F wpY l h3 4 rt r Y 44 xg ti + r S f Iwilfbl bj W ldon F wtt Richard Reed Rogers general counsel of Panama Canal Commission Iho accompanied Secretary of War Taft on his recent visit to the Isthmus tHE PIE GIRL IS ALIVE I CTOR IN STANFORD WHITE DIN NER NOT DEAD ute Johnson Declares Money Was Paid Her to Disappear from ViewTells How Feast Was Planned New YorkThe Girl in the Pie to figured so prominently In the mulng revelations of upper life In lew Yorks Bohemia a few years ago id who was reported to have died of cMtimptlon Is alive and literally king Susie Johnsonsuch Is her amedld not get married did not die nnn tfHiioDDLIlT r H URPRISING PROGENY BORNE BY MALTESE TABBY tiers Tied In Knot Like Double Siamese Twins Mother Pos tested of Peculiarities But Is Good Rat Catcher J BrooklynTabby a fine maltese at t besides being a source of great Htort to her mistress Mrs Grinnell t 198 Lafayette avenue is...

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. — 9 July 1908

pi u O I r I X I f I < I 11 4 1 t i 1 = 1t I ir f y t T01 1 4 1 1 r Ce ti I i en The 1 t t i1 Princess I n Elopes t alt 5 f I 1 By HAROLD McORATII I Author of t The Man on Iho Box Hearts aid Masks Etc ti i Ouvrrttikt 1105 IlubbiMcrrlll 3 h IS SYNOPSIS ra The AiiHrlrun consul to HTlscholt n principality of liuioiic lolls how tin f i lI y rolenlnK vrnnil ilulto had bled to find l + a IniHlmiul for his rcbollloim niece the 19 1rlncifs ttlliloeuiilct Uiuilly ileripolng s s r l Hint Him WEll lie 1rlriift of DoiintllJiiti i nn ugly old widower rulir of tlio nilKli a p boring principality Though lin hiul been 4 In I ho I country for Blx t inuntlm the Amor It Icon consul hail never Bocti the prlnnMH f AVIilln huruuluick ililliiR In Iho country algid overtakes hint and ho seeks arcom + I 4iiudntlon In a dilapidated old cantle t P Wlillo Hoolclrie adinlHslon hn In startled r s ht liy u beautiful volt a lireaklmr Into song l I u Tho pinup In I Inhabited try two young vj vumum tad un old ser...

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. — 9 July 1908

1 AT A CONCLUSION iphiPiNG Did Not Follow tho Nlneteei CoFollow I rr3 years Courtihlp L amiable way of villagers they In discussing tho matrimonial at t Ist discussing fa couple who though recontlj Chad rS begun to find the yoke ol bad rd ti F e n a burden I rVru rllleD all along ° theso hasty mar > l I 11S opined ono cal sU lod gentlo Igts who had been mhch to tha fore 111 L discussIon Theydld not un II erland he each other theyd nobbut e each other for a matter o1 II nOlled veil rear long enough Well that fccniBLlong o f Interested lady listener l ut deainterested OJDg nol tiahj 3 y Ifol wrong l abodys coortlnSho tannja bo a a ht vpreful 1 Why n y co rtBhlpll sted ml tJ matter o 19 yearl v awaeat4 Jzt < try 4tu certainly wero careful agreed 4 kV lady listener And did you find f e successful when you mar piw oOf P edt Ye Jump to conclusions I said the impatiently I understood ld lOan eriheD so 1 dldna marry hori 1 dOl It BW ASKING FOR ONE Irli 11e1 rt 011 tai z w9ldu where Ne...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 9 July 1908

1f o t t flf I t 4 1 d I l t I I 1rc 6 k THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I r I One year PAYAHMi SUUSCiUIl IN ADVANCE ON IIM M 3J J Local Jots g See laws on the using of water else I where in this issue i We are always busy The Farmers Cash Mercantile Co s l 1 James M Davis and wife of Garland d arc visiting in this city t i Ezra Robertson of Park City came to l Spanish Fork to celebrate the Fourth 1 t Jos Wood left Monday for Eureka l + Nevada where he has accepted a pos 5 ition i1iti Mrs Thomas Coppin and Mrs G L I 1i I Fail of Salt Luke spent the Fourth in i j1 i 1 this city 1 t Retail Merchants outing at r Lagoon J July 1C special trains One day rates h 11 > Via Salt Lake Route W IL H Jex is home from a mission in i Chicago and Southern Illinois He him r been gone 26 months j + We understand that Geo Hitchings rai 1 and Wm Boyack have gone to spend a month or so at Stinking Springs The Salt Lake Route will give a rate r h of 165 for the round trip for the Re tail Merchants outing at La...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 16 July 1908

> It pays eETTER to trade with the City Drug Store N0 lCD The date on your name label of this paper Is the date to which your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as prompt as possible In paying In advance THE SPANISH FORK PRESS y VOL VII NO 20 SPANISH FORK = UTAH r THURSDAY JULY 10 1008 KntcrcJ ul Spanish I buM h as secondclam Act of Congreoa matter March Ioiit 3 OHlco 1879 DR C M HART DENTIST i uffOCrecrIlulWlng SPANISH PORK on ici I10UJt90 A M till 5 p 14 lfVSPSWKT Paoli once No 4T A Residence NoM I DRS WARNER a HAGAN CRY AND QVARAN Office al jiL PHYSICIANS Creer Building SPANISH FORK UTAH r r Ba > ° will anlwlr night eill from Mrs I g priMlH Swedens reitOance l tad Ward SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned Ilpted rsrmtlow Intaraitiptettl vp Uoni of partial p y esu ono M reildessa one block eat of Coop SPANISH FORK UTAH > B MORGAN ATTORNEYATLAW Iltl itUUc PBOVO Tl hoaflX A SAXEY ATTOQNHYAT ConYejrsncer and Notary Publlo Offle over flank of Spanth Fork pllak Fork Utah I LO...

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. — 16 July 1908

rr 4 I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS i 4 AtNnRHWmiNSrJN Publisher 1f 1 SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE MEWS Work Is being pushed no rapidly i Bs possible on the now joint Oregon Bhort Line anti Salt Lako Houto de pot at Snit Lnko City Tho eighteenth triennial conven hteerth Ion of the American Instructors of tho Deaf held In Ogden closed Its Dual session on July 10 i fho people of Ogdon have voted to f 1 bond the city for 7G000 to erect n building tire site new high school buiding on Ur t donated by Fred J Klcsel A Flnoburg the young man who elolo diamonds valued at 1330 from I Bait Lako firm has been Sentenced to VI ton years In ho state prison 1i I Is estimated that hero wero i u 8000 visitors In ttrlgham City on Sun ifrj day the occasion of tho annual anting i I of tho Scandinavians of tho state 1L Tho Rev P A linker of tho Ant jV1 saloon league of America Is conduit leg h series of mass meetings throughout tho slate In behalf of pro hibition 4 A V Terry who bit l the oar of nit antagonist...

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. — 16 July 1908

L f TQR r a i I The Princess Elopes By HAROLD McGRATH Autho 01 The Man on the Box Hoar and Masks Etc III Copyright IMS BobbsMerrlll OoJ SYNOPSIS American consul to Barschelt a The ty of Europe tells how the princIpality Ir l1l1 duke had tried to find ItlgnlnJ husband i for his rebellious niece the a HlldcKurde finally decreeing princess she i wed the Prlnco of Doppelklnn hat UglY old widower ruler of the neigh In principality Though ho had been SUM > country for six months the Amerl an consul hlld never Been the princess Wblle ran horseback riding In aeeka country JiJht overtakes him nnd he seeks accom anOdation night In a dilapidated lane ofd eervn It he finds two omen and an old serv It who feed him and his horse Ono Bounces herself the Princess Hlldo other as K enthe other as the Hon Betty Moore pille England The princess Insists that ho ot as a witness to a mectlnc to bo remain heW In the castlo that nigtmeoting CHAPTER III Continued Must My presence hero ought jot to bo know...

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. — 16 July 1908

lc l l + l1V I I u GEORGIE TICKELL ° d A MARTINET II OF THE LAKES a As to this getting married nnd Bot tling down BUltl Cunt Boggs IVo t figured It out that I cant luau any thing Theres n bit of property to bo considered too and then I aint aa LL LW young ns I used to bo Hob o Youro not agreed tho mate of tho Uncas henrtlly Nor ns lively h on your feet you nlnt Youvo fell i Into fat something fierce and wot t hair theres loft on your head nlnt worth mentioning Never mind about my hair re turned tho captain aggressively Talnt hair but brains wot counts And yours Is mostly slush fan aa I can BOO A man had to know somethln to hold his Job When I was a male I wouldnt have thought so retort ed Mr Brennan Supposln1 you cut out tho history of your life and gel down to business Well Its this way said the cap tain You stand by to give mo a hand and Ill do the right thing when I got the money Yeswhen you do remarked tho mate tint when Ill that be Soon as the marriage Is over J eald Hoggs conf...

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. — 16 July 1908

1 GOV HUGHES OF NEW YORK t I v M + I Z b + swR b Z J n kh r + td ra t i 14a 8 J YGrr I 13a nu ar st Iloto t > 7 Moffctt Studio ChlMZO 17 It was as a result of the persistent and hard fight of the chief executive = of New York state that the senate passed a bill which practically prohibits racing In that state Hughes was the counsel for the Armstrong committee JG which so successfully probed the Insurance companies In 19051906 The above photograph was taken during a recent visit to Chicago huu VIA IA GREAT TENOR IS FOUND 17 rL FAMOUS SOLOIST DISCOVERED IN RX LUMBER CAMP rinl I WI Imf Quit Stage on Receiving Censure for mil Squandering Fortune and Be and came LaborerSays He tA cut Will Return IN I Seattle Wash Music lovers of six I or more years ago well remember C I A Von Godln the famous tenor who was the soloist with Sousas band for several years and later with Schu mann Helnk His voice was ono of tho best In this country and he was looked upon by critics as a coming man In had ...

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. — 16 July 1908

f r I j i > 4 J b WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN rt dill 1 t ti I 4 l tN p41 iY 71 f lUf r R I s IIj II WITH THE DEMOCRACY j AT DENVER CONVENTION i ° I I Enthusiastic Scenes Mark the Sessions of the Gathering r s J a i A Hilarious Howling Mob of Delegates and Visitors t from Week End to Week EndThe Interesting t 1 d Incidents and Sidelights That Were Gath n s Il ered During the Big Meeting Denver Tho Democratic conven tlty r tion at this placo will go down In his r tory as one of tho most wildly exciting political gatherings held for practical y 1 ity half a century From tho time tho t I Brat delegates began arriving In tho city to tho tlmo when Chairman Clay tons gavel rapped out tho sine die adjournment and even throughout Jill of Friday night and Friday morn Jug while every train leaving the city lafH I t was being Jammed with tho conven mm k tion crowds homeward bound there MlMj was ono continuous round of action I and enthusiasm iaBrs F From tho first there seemed to bo no doubt on ...

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. — 16 July 1908

WALKED ALL THE WAY HADNT While at Least Had Change i prllonr crossing River Alabama said John D In lOwn theres a deputy marshal FtUhake oesnt let anY such trlflcB as extradition > ibo stop him Term of laws Hm tradition about to begin at ono time waS court who was out on ball and a reported ccntlcman to bo enjoying himself I as in Georgia Deputy Jim went ever him Next day ho telegraphed after tiee I have Persuaded him to the judge few days later ho rodo Into A w ie mule lending his prisoner on a town snuglY with a clothes line The tied up looked as If ho had seen hard prisoner lervlce heavens sake Jim said WhY for didnt make him walk c you I the Judge way from Georgia did you ill the said Jim sIr NO B > I 1 hoped not said tho judge No1 said Jim part of tho way I como to tho him and when we 1 him V SfarSa river ho swumWom I s fallapoosa I ml Home Journal F DAD BLUNDER I I Admiring Stranger What a stun I lag rider Erdo you think she ould feel hurt If I should toss her a kiss No b...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 16 July 1908

i 1411 A AjL THE SPANISH FORK PRESS sqilSCRIITION One year IIM IAYAIIMi IN AIIVANCK Local Jots I Ice for sale Rob Dojack Choice pigs for Bale Sec Jim Mack ley Pigs for Bu612 of them See David Williams We are always busy The Farmers Cash Mercantile Co I Mrs Gco Bowen of Garland is here l on a three weeks visit Any one wanting gravel from Monk beds must see D J Johnson tf I 1 Mens work shirts sold at lowest I prices at Farmers Cash Merc Co Mrs M Sears of Salt Lake has been I visiting in Spanish Fork the past three weeks We have sweet cherries still Maple wood Cherry Farm Mapleton L M Gillilnn Mrs Chas Poulsen will leave for a short vacation at Huntsville Weber Co today s During the week we hive many in quiries as to the fate of The Little Green Wagon t Mens and boys spring clothing lat est in color cut and style Farmers Cash Mer Co Mrs Hubbard Tuttle jr entertained l r iji u number of lady friends at her home j in Second Ward Tuesday afternoon Hev John Nelson of Payson will preach in ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 23 July 1908

t pays BETTER to trade witH tHe City Drug Store NOTICETho date on your name label of this paper la the date to which your subscription la paid Kindly bo na prompt ns possible In paying in advance THE SPANISH FORK PRESS > r = On = = = = = = = = = VII NO 27 YOL SPANISH FORK UTAH fl THURSDAY jULY 23 1008 Entered nt Spanish Fob Fork 21 1902 Utah na Bftcondrlnss Act of Congress matter March 1ost 8 Odloo 1S79 H p RC M HART DENTIST cwerJulldlw SPANISH FORK 1 wo CIer orrici Hooiw9 A M till B R We IHJIIPIINDIINT PHONE oOA Hesldcnce NOT4 Orate Na RS WARNER tn HACAN y AND VARAN Office it ITE PHYSICIANS Creer Building SPANISH FORK UTAH iw Bnsan will answer night calls from MM pr iIWcUl Swcnsons residence 2nd Ward AMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned Ilrrllated partial Interest special op tIoneOf tlons oJ partial payments I once it residence one block east of Coop 1 SPANISH TOKK UTAH B MORGAN MORGANATTORNEYATLAW ATTORNEYATLAW + tll DnndlnrPROVOJfellpbonl n X SAXEY ATTOSNBVITLAW Conrojance...

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. — 23 July 1908

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANQREW JUNfEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS It 1s estimated that there aro over COO men and women In Weber county over 70 yonra of ago Arrangements are nlromly on foot for n monster parmlo by thu labor or ganizations of Ogdcn on Labor day Wool shipments out of Utah and Idaho for tho current year two nearly at an end according to local railroad men For driving a hoi BO hired from a livery stable until tlio animal was al most dead two young men of Ogden Were lined 30 each Loon Bailey nn Ogden bartender convicted of receiving stolen goods has left tho country leaving his t bondsmen to settle with tho cQurl Tho flvo hundred Uto Indians who revolted nnd terrorized tho country after Hoeing from their reservation In Utah will have a 900mllo I trek back from Rapid City S D W4Hlnm Smith a negro Is In a Snit Lake hospital In a dangerous condition having been slot by Mlrla Bockor colored becuusii Smith laughed when another colored man hurled a rock at Bocko...

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. — 23 July 1908

e 1 I Ii f r 0 The New Minister f I By Don Mark Lemon I I 1 Li 10 e 1 Copyright by Short tnry Pub CoJ QuimbY spinster was ana lad Ilh sldo of tho bodysocial of the 011 riie In 1 Cor Judith Qulmby spin atetsaio Ate owned the only church In that lit sr esho had inherited the edl flrom 1 her rather who had got It by Jtosureand being tho proprietor building she had taken church po 1 herself to dictate the views of who should hold feirth from dcrgy pulpit Judilh Qulmby spinster vets a flap also wero tho divines en and so 1 ed to wake spiritual thunder In the led her church Watorvalo like hit of Ipt Baptist but Judith Qulmbys se was sensitive spiritual a u nose was Lnnomctcr which she thrust Into depths of each of her clergymans a Its of faith and If that thermometer I Hstercd the slightest variation of agree b from the temperature of her gree n wells of faith then Judith Qulm spinster arose accused tho un npy clergyman of heresy showed a to the door of her favor and drove n forth perempt...

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. — 23 July 1908

s rl 1 M DR = GRENFELL A REAL HERO OF THE FAR NORTH 1i I dd i t fl i 1 bA f 1 I I r l 1 m nr i li f I FACTS ABOUT DR GRENFELL t Graduated from Oxford uni versity 188C mid from tie mcdi l cal department London university 1800 Hogan HH life work on a mis slon boat of the deep son trawling h fleet 1891 1 Went to Labrador to carry tho I c Gospol to the deep sea fishers In l 1899 1899Ho Ho reaches 20000 fishermen on t the coasts of Labrador every year Ho got from Andrew Carnegie 30 portable llhiarles to assist him t In his work I I Ho bus started a series of co operative stores In the north Ho operates on patients any f where wherever called without charge Ho carries his other and Instru ments In one pocket and his Bible In the other Ho raises 12000 In Now York every year for his work ti Ow ho did It Dr Wilfred Gren HOW the Arctic missionary phy sician can hardly toll Hut ho did and ho Is safa homo again now after an experience that would have ended in the death of ninetynine li men out ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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