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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 4 February 1909

I It pays BETTER to trade with the City Drug Store NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper IB the data to wu leh your subscription Is pnld Kindly be as prompt as possible In paying In advance 1 ty I t THE SPANISH V t FORK PRESS f VOL VIII NO 3 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY I FEBRUARY 4 1909 at Entered Spanish Feb For4 211802 Utah all lIecondclass Act ot Congre8B matter March Post I W eteeeeeseeweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeseeeee 1 j Boost for Spanish Fork Go where the crowds go j Electric Theatre Short Et > ery Night at 730 Matinee Saturday at 230 JUST LIKE HOME Bring the children Everybody will receive courteous atten i tion We are hero to stay Change of bill every Monday and Thursday night You will got your moneys worth Why pay a high price to seo a show Admission to all 10 cents JUST LIKE HOME I eeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeee < l I J S LEWIS SON FRESH CURED MEATS FANCY STAPLE GROCERIES GREEN GROCERIES IN SEASON SPANISH I FORK seeeeeeeoloeeoeeeee...

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. — 4 February 1909

k J II R THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I ANDREW JENSBN Publisher I V I SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS Fruit growers of Wlllard are plan ning tho organization of a fruit grow ers association A Wlllaid couple who last week wont to Ogden to get married were quarantined for smallpox while in the Junction City Mrs Nettle Johnson one of the oldest residents of Ephralm died on January 27 from n paralytic stroke 1 at tho ago of SC A benefit given by ono of thci Salt Lake theatres last week netted the lund for the sufferers I from the earth I quake in Italy the sum of 2000 Pedro Peltrlc a Mexican herder IR I under arrest charged with holding up u tho Hagloy saloon at Granger shooting George Campbell through the scalp and stealing 350 The Sunday closing law is to bo rig idly enforced at Scoflcld all of tho sa loon men having been notified that they will bo prosecuted for future In fractions of tho law The Kansas Day club composed of residents of tho Sunflower state who havo taken up their abode i...

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. — 4 February 1909

J Ever Heard of Community Silver I It II tne blglttt grade of plated silver lakes forks and spoons It II uaraatctd to Wear twentyfire yean and ii only ooe of the e er l fine floes we carry t r 17O UN STI SALT LAKE CITY UTAH CALIFORNIA I < r pVgw f 5000 Round Trip Daily Elks Low Rates Feb 6th Sunshine Fruit k and Flowers Within lwent foUl Hours of your very door Its tho place for rest and recreation health and pleasure Fishing Golfing Automoblling Yachting and other outdoor sports may be indulged iu every day in the winter For full Information write to KENNETH C KERR District Passenger Agent Salt Lake City Utah Adrice ai to patent PATENTS ability and Procedure FREE upon request f 1 Send sketch and description of jour intention Harry J Robinson Attorney at Law and Solicitor of Patents 3045 Judge Building Salt Lake City DAYTON MOHEYWEIGHT SCALES VANGUARD MEAT SLICING MACHINES TEMPLETON COMPUTING CHEESE CUTTERS i I Moitrweiilit Seal Ce Stl Ul office Z32 WI 2oJ So St J Vanishing Point...

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. — 4 February 1909

fth < f t IDAHO LEGISLATOR TURNS FORGER Representative Holzlicimer of Idaho Legislature Accused of Many Crooked Transactions Warrant Issued for Arrest or Accused MsrvBut He Evidently Had Warn Ing and Has Disappeared Was Prominent Resident of Pocatello Pocatello dahoEll < L Holzhel mer of this city representative In tho tata legislature from Bannock coun ty Is a fugitive from Justice A war = rant Is out for his arrest for forgery Ho is charged with signing the namo of D J Bronnan of Pocatello to a deed and forcing Bronnans signature to a check for 1300 Tho county at torney Is also In possession of out flclent Information to warrant tho Is nuance of complaints charging many other Irregularltlea Including forging other mens names to double mort gages Tho total peculations will amount to 8000 Hozhcimor was apprised of tho tact that his alleged crimes had been un covered while attending tho state leg islature at Boise lie Immediately disappeared and his whereabouts si unknown It is...

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. — 4 February 1909

I t 4 v PATRI CALHOUN L fD TJI nil 4 I 4c n l r RIBERY Trial San Be in Francisco One That Will f Watched with Deep Interest by Wall Steeet J 4 f 1 Supreme Test of Francis J Heneys Work In e I t GraftRidden California J Prosecution of Schmitz ° 1 and I uef Idle He Says if Calhoun Is Not to BeT r T Punished as Well JI Accused Man a Grandson of John C Calhoun and a Millionaire Many a fN rSs CI Times Over T111 I A A r UV YORK Until little V over two years ago the N newspaper reading public outside the Pacific coast cities had heard little or nothing of Patrick Cal I houn tho president of the United 1 74 Railways of San Francisco whose trial i 4 on the charge of bribery has begun In that city Of Ruef and Schmitzthe boss and tho mayor of San Fran cisco and their docile pack of super visors much has been printed It is in connection with Calhouns alleged payment of 200000 to Iluef and Schmitz and the city council as bribe In order to get a franchise permitting i tho traction system to be ch...

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. — 4 February 1909

Y > oiI 1 Mr Bames American By Archibald Clavcring Gunter A Sequel to Rlr Barnes of New York JI Author of Mr name s of New York Mr Potter of Texas That Frenchman Etc Copyright 1901 Dodd Mend it Co N V SYNOPSIS Burton II Barnes n wealthy Amcrlcar toiirlnR Corsica roscues ho youiiK KriR IIoli nontenant 1 ICclwnnl Clernrd Atmtriitii cr ami Ills Corslcan bride Marina dnuRhter of tlio 1nollH from tlio mur derous vendetta um1cr titnillnK that lilt reward Is to ha dm hand of the girl he loves Knld Anstruthcr sinter of thu UnK llsli lieutenant Tlio four lly from AJnc clo to Marseilles on board the Ircnol learner Coimtantlne Tho vendetta pur sue and as the aunrtet are about tc Ihoard the train for London at Marseilles Marina Is handed u mysterious noli rwhlch causes her to collapse and necessi tates a postponement of the Journoy Barnes nets part of the mysterious noti and rpcclvcrt lettern which Iilform him that ho IH marked by tho vendetta lit I jomploya an American detective and lilans ...

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. — 4 February 1909

EXTERNAL REMEDY FOR ECZEMA Why Salves Fall While a Simple Liquid Has Accomplished Thousands of Cures y It Is now thoroughly established among the best medical authorities that eczema is purely a skin disease duo to a germ and curable only through the skin It is I not a blood disease at all in fact thousands of people Buffer with shin disease ana nro f perfectly healthy otherwise nnil there fore prove they Imve no diseased blood Smenry salves cannot reach tho perms because they do not pone trato the skin Tho only way to reach the erms Is by means of a penetrating germs 11qa d Such a liquid can be obtained by sim wiyll mixing ordinarY oil of wintergreen erlnel nd other with thymol glycerine and other heal Ing A51 This compound known ns the D D D Prescription stops the Itch Instantly nnd the cures all appear to be OJ permanent It might bo advisable to speak to your druggist bout this AND THEYVE GOT ITI LrN iii 1 w How do you like the now styles In neckwear dear A little ruff around the...

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. — 4 February 1909

IDoxxt Fail to See the Electric Theater Bhovvs2 changes 3 week 1 Local Jots Fresh fish and oysters nt Robt Boy neks today Reduced prices on our heavy shirts at Dflhto Bros Best oranges for the least money at Roht Boyacks A son was born to Mrs George W Snell January 25th Wanted A gardener to run a garden Apply to Wm Lewis See our line of mens work shirts at JOc each at Dnhle Bros Mrs Annie Stanton him gone to Tucker to spend a week with her hus band s David Boyack has bought the place formerly owned by Charles D Johnson in the Third ward Farm for rentaO acres of land north of town For particulars see Dan King in the Fourth ward feb 11 The biggest thing in this county is Nebo mountain butthe latest thing is tho Nebo Implement Co Just received a new line of mens fancy and work shirts Prices arc right see us Dahle Bros Wm A Pace reports 8 inches of snow at Wood Side Castle Valley They arc experiencing the hardest win ter in that section ever known At 1130 Sunday morning Judge I Saxey wi...

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. — 11 February 1909

It pays BETTER to trade with the City Drug Store I HI I I 1 I 1 I II I I I I 11 P 111 II I I I I I I I ll I NOTICE Tlio date on your name label of this paper la the Unto to wnlch your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as prompt as possible In paying In advance r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS y = = = = = = VOL VIII NO 4 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1009Is ntored Spanish Feb Fork 21 1902 Utah ns seoondclnllll Act ot Congress mntter Maroh Post 3 OrneI wi eeeeleaeeleeeleldeeleelelelelseeleeleeasee9eel f Boost for Spanish Fork I J Go where the crowds go I I 41 < I I I Electric Theatre I Shot > Every Night at 730 0 Matinee Saturday at 230 w I JUST LIKE HOME ii Bring the children Everybody will receive courteous atten e 9 tion We aro hOle to stay Change of bill every Monday and b I Thursday night You will get your moneys worth Why pay a I high price to see n show ItJ s Admission to all 10 cents JUST LIKE HOME I Celsealtomeeooeoeoooolsasocaoeeloeooeealelsee e t H J ijr J LEWIS SON FRE...

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. — 11 February 1909

l r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH PORK UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS The schools of Lehl were closed for i two days last t weele on account ol cartel fever A ban has been placed on the slot machines by the city Uncials of Mur ray The town of Alpine Is now lighted by electricity the lights being first turned on February 2 There Is a famine In houses for ren tal purposes in Green River and at least twenty families aro looking for homos to live In Dog poisoners are busy In Ogden Over a score of valuable animals have been poisoned by some miscreant dur ing the past week Work on LehlB new waterworks system Id to begin In the spring the bonds recently Issued for that pur pose having been disposed of Approximately 800 Utah people left Bait Lake City over tho Salt Lake Route February C on tho Elks fourth annual excursion to Los Angeles By tho latter part of August Mur ray will have an up todato modern tlcctrlc Hour mill In operation with a capacity of 126 barrels per day...

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. — 11 February 1909

Ti j1lA w heroes rj ove the toil t rong l And a c re end nt ant view J J r To leave o rziY in bar retie m strong o That hi gher 1 t s a es r arc Jon One name 1fg rs to e emory too k J y tf1 And singers tro al t it raise the song e V j elI l r 1 L I 1 And keep i ringing true w o where t feet of ssed the earth I acre whe et a shrine 0 to hay a pre se ake my hit en a c r a 1 wort c 0 le th em glory sl e their 1nd and e I t 1 l e ed the Brea St artyr er hr f > i I i I i j I j f i J i J WRITTEN BY LINCOLN IN 1841 1 Letter Reveals Sense of Humor of Which This I Great Man Was PossessedTragedy i That Culminated in Joke on r I Springfield Citizens Among legal records In tho posses o r sion of Mr John F Oeetlng promi nent Chicago attorney and editor of ti American Criminal Reports Is the fol 4 lowing letter written by Abraham Lin coln in 1841 It appeared originally in 1 i the Quhicy Whig of April 9 181G and In that article probably written by Lincoln himself for It is known that ho took mu...

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. — 11 February 1909

FLOOD OF BILLS BEFORE LEGISLATURE Nineteen New Measures Introduced In the Lower House at Monday Session Breaking Record The record for new bills was broken In the house on Monday Feb ruary 8 when nineteen new measures were Introduced They provldr laws pffectlng educational boards and In MHullons mining and smelting one touches on the penal codo of the state and another proposes to estnb llsb n public service commission for the regulation of public service cor porations One Is a combination bill restricting tho sale of liquor prohib iting it and providing local option i bno provides for tho repeal of an ex isting law others affect the work of county commissioners and fees and Salaries of public officials are affect ted whllo numerous other subjects arc touched upon by the proposed legis lation Bills were passed providing for the creation of a good mads commission relating to construction of stato roads relating to salailes of stato tofflcerB relating to time of filing ap plications f...

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. — 11 February 1909

Ia1a aYr l i xxxxx EB Ii I i Tale of the Black Bag F I By Dr George F Butter and Herbert llsley I j Dr Furnivall Cracks Hardest Nut in Criminal Annals I Ingenuity of English Con Men and Its Result Story t r with Mysterious Opening Tells of Suspected Robbery in I i Room in Hotel Versailles Ultimate IT j mate Consequences of Wom 1 ans Fear That Burglar Was I 1 t i Y Ransacking Room Famous 4 5r I YhysicianDetectitJc ArritJes 1 at a Solution in QuicK Order ct If fI 7 L Ii M q f i1rq t sri to i t a 4 = = = i = I i I I I r of I H r h J l r I GOOD GOD 17AVv liri9TtS TIl IITTER a w i t rran T three oclock In t the morning the clerk at the small lit and select Hotel Versailles busy with his bopks paused suddenly with his pen poised and gazed toward the stair 4 case where he heard something f that sounded like i ° a rapid pat of fo t on the soft carpet Instantly around the corner of the landing appeared a figure In white coming down two steps at a leap Good Lord I the startled clerk gasped an...

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. — 11 February 1909

i I ONE KIDNEY GONE But Cured After Doctor Said Thero Wai No Hope Sylvanus 0 Verrlll Milford Mo + ays Flvo years ago a bad Injury paralyzed mo and i If nlToctod my kid y neys My back hurt mo terribly and tho tirltio was bad ly disordered Doc tors snld my right i Z kidney was practi cally dead They I > f j Bald I could never 7 i walk again I road of Doans Kidney Pills and began us ing them Ono box made me stronger and freer from pain I kept on using thorn and In three months was able to got out on crutches and tho kidneys wore acting belter I Improved rap Idly discarded tho crutches mid to tho wonder of my friends was soon completely cured Sold by nil dealers GO cents a box FosterMlllmrn Co Buffalo N Y I Not Included After tho dry goods salesman had completed his business with Cyrua Craig Ccnlorvllles storekeeper ho asked what was going on In the town II Had entertainments this winter I he Inquired Not said Mr Craig not one Sa I lome Howes pupils have given two I concerts piano an...

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. — 11 February 1909

I NOT AFFECTED BY DEPRESSION One Big Industry That Makes Its Busi ness Grow and Expand During Year of Business Depression I When n manufacturing establish I ment reaches ou In a year of depres sion and Increases and expands Its business while others In the same line diminish their outputs or stand stllllt I Is because there must be some un < I 1 usually good reason for It In this Instance n splendid reputation anti a moro lhan ordinary meritorious prod act were responsible for tho showing made The Mayer Boot Shoo Company Milwaukee tho largest shoo establish ment in the Northwest has Just closed Its fiscal year and reports an Increase In sales over tho corresponding period ot last year This exceptional show Ing speaks volumes for the genuine merit of Mayer shoes and Is directly attributed to their high standard and because of tho fact that Mayor shoes have become universally and popular ly known as shoes ot quality The leading brands are Honorbllt fine shoes for men Leading Lady f...

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. — 11 February 1909

T re IJ Dont Fail to See the Electric Theater Shows changas a waal < Local Jots Iostoffice key lost finder kindly leave Mime at postoffico for owner For StileG 12 acres af land at Le land Enquire of J 1 11 Hayes Lot for Sale 114x28 rod 2 blocks west of Coop See J II Hayes Miss Ada Hartley of Salt Lake will be the guest of Mrs Theo Lee from Friday till Monday Taylor Thurber hasreturncd from a business trip to the Fluorine mine in southern part of Nevada Thos Hill is intending moving to Thistle where ho owns land and is interested a rock quarry One fare for round to Provo February IJJth on account of Utah county teach ers convention via Salt Lake Route The Young Mens Coop have a peep hole in their window this week for men only that is causing a lot of comment The dance at the city pavilion Wed nesday evening under the auspices of the Kensington I Club was a grand suc cess socially and financially Dr and Mrs Stoddard entertained on Friday evening in honor of their daugh ter Miss Gre...

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. — 18 February 1909

4 y 4 S1 e It pays BETTER to trade With the City Drug Store t NOTICE The date on your name label of this paper Is the date to wolch your subscription Is paid Kindly bo as prompt as possible In paying In advance 4 r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 4 T ntorcd Fob 211902 as secondclass matter Poet Office I I VOL VIII NO 5 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1900 nt Spnnlsh lrartc Utah Act of Congress March 3 1879 J L I I II I I C I i Boost for Spanish Fork Go where the crowds go I 1 i Electric Theatre t 1 Siovf Every Night at 730 i Matinee Saturday at 230 R t i JUST LIKE HOME I Brlngtho children Everybody will receive courteous atten tion1 We are hero to stay Change of bill every Monday and Thursday night You will get your moneys worth Why pay a high price to see a show I j i Admission to all 10 cents JUST LIKE HOME NAt OBABtllBleteftBf 00ttiOBiteilltNNBdINtIIBB J S LEWIS SON FRESH CURED MEATS FANCY STAPLE GROCERIES GREEN GROCERIES IN SEASON SPANISH I FORK eeel9owasso o eex sw e eeetsmee f I...

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. — 18 February 1909

r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSUN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS Lchl has an epidemic of scarlet fever though up to dale none of tho cases have proved fatal Tho secretary of the treasury has awarded tho contract for the con struction of tho public building nt Logan loan gan to Georgo Hlnchcllff of Chicago at 57500 Plans for n Utah slate building at Iho YukonPaclllcAhiRka exposition which will ho open at Seattle Juno i 3 have been presented by a number of architects An Ogden syndicate Is making plans for a big wholesale and commls Ion district on tho west side of Salt Lake City tho property calling for an expenditure of 200000 The regular meeting of the direc > ° tors of tho Utah Woolgrowers asso ciation will bo held in Salt Lake City February 18 when officers for tho ensuing year will bo elected Governor Spry has been made an honorary member of the National Good Roads association which is to hold n national convention in the 1 Auditorium hotel Chicago February I...

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. — 18 February 1909

SIGH HONOR PAID tr < J GREAT STATESMAN NATIONS MEN OF WORTH IN TRIBUTE TO ABRA r HAM LINCOLN f PRESIDENT MAKES ADDRESS a Qualities and Deeds of the Great Pres t ident Set Forth by the Chief Exec utlve In Impressive Speech Immense r If mense Concourse Gathered to Wit ness Exercises in Connection with Il Laying of Corner Stone of Memo J fj rial Hall < Hodgenvllle KyThe corner stone 4 of the splendid memorial to bo erected to the memory pf Abraham Lincoln was laid by President Roosevelt The l exercises were participated In by many J of tho nations leading men Cardinal Gibbons and exGov Folk of Missouri being among those who made ad J dresses From ill points by train and over I roads not particularly smooth at this season of the year the people gathered to the exorcises A building four times tho size of the tent provided could not have accommodated the crowd The corner stone of tho Memorial 4 hall was laid by President Roosevelt 1 In an Impressive address the chief ex ecutive eulo...

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. — 18 February 1909

r rr REPORT PROGRESS OF IRRIGATIONIST Review of the Work of the Recla mation Service Sent to Congress by Secretary Garfield Dwells Upon Importance of the Co operation of the States and Fed eral Government In the Develop ment of Arid Lands VashlnstonA comprehensive re view of tho work of the reclamation service in tho Interior department was given to the house committee on irrigation Thursday by Secretary Gar field Mr Garfield said that In I tho con G struction of tho big Irrigation plants t every attempt had been made so to construct tho plants that the cost ol repair from year to year will be aa small as possible The secretary w dwelt upon the importance of tho co operation of tho states and the fed eral government lrj the development of arid lands Ho gave tho commit tee somo suggestions as to the futuro control of the irrigated lands There should bo no relaxation o ho requirement that tho money ex pended on those lands must be re ft turned to the government and there should bo no ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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