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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 18 February 1909

r r 1 h AJI1LNGINUt t lftJNCIDENT N Y ° TTRk3LPT 1JACxtSON san r n i > e q 1 r aj n + t rtvif i 1 x h ti t i t w4 H fm t i 1 f f 1f fj j i t ky oc dcpr J l j W1SHINGWN fri CJ30J < SAG THe JlelAWAQ y L UTz cn I10UGII i0 pages Of Araerl can history are adorned with the names of many l i y great men nono are bright m a er and more benutlfullv G t described In letters of chased gold than those of Washington and Lincoln Students of history arc divided In their judgment which of t the two men is the greater But It Is not really Impoitant that this question r j be decided Destiny planned a certain Ii line of work for both men and they did I that work well Their Innate ability Is only partly icspoiislblo for their suc cess It was their unselfishness and do sire to do well whatever they under took which helped them to succeed where others might have failed If Lin r poln deserves pralso because necessity spurred him on to greatness Washing ton deserve as much credit because he became gr...

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 February 1909

rort 11 Fastidious Nora Jll ft ssNOIII why didnt you tin 1th winding the clock You only gave It a couple of turns NoraShure end Ill be lavln yez tcrmorrcr mum and Id not bd nftlior ilolh army of the new gyruls worrk Man Always Omnivorous It used to ho held Hint primitive man was a vegetarian but the an ihropologltit Ortvny has made careful end extended Investigation which Indicate that primitive man like the modern savage was omnivorous Uncle Hirams Deduction Who aro them people llvln next floor asked Mrs Oadabyu Uncle Illram I dont know Rho replied I alioso theyve lent moved In No I think they have lived there for a good many years Aint they decent I really dont know I have never beard anything about thrill Hml Gosh you people must bo mighty well oft What has our financial condition to do with the people who live next doorWhy Why you dont seem to ever have to borrow anything Arc you IntcreHteil In California Arizona and Old Mexico If BO It would be wise to write for full inter mati...

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 February 1909

KNEW WHAT HE NEEDED I w I f 11 It Suto Sonny kin you tell mo where I kin l get I n Kiel Nothln1 doln pcp Do barber shops Is all closed on Sundays The Secret of Poverty i Dr Woods Hutchtnson of New 0 York unlocked tho secret of general poverty In nn address at tho Ameri can Museum of Natural History In New York early this month when ho said What Is killing tho people of this city may bo stated al overwork underfeeding and overcrowding and two of these may be Included under the one word underpaid Tho mes sage ot the church and of medicine t today to the community Is not Glvo to the poor but Dont take so much away from themThe Public o Placing Him Papa Inquired little May after Sunday school was George Wash ington an Israelite Before her father could answer this somewhat unexpected question Mays six year old brother broke In I Why May Im shamed of your lg nance Georgo Washington Is In tho New Testament not the OIdWom ans Home Companion m Helen Had Ambition h Helen aged six was telling ...

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. — 18 February 1909

f pY DODt Fail to See the Electric Theater Bhewe 2 changes a wast Local Jots Before you buy call on the Nebo Im plement Co It will pay you Boys rubbers sizes 1 12 tot IGc per pair this week at Dnhle Bros Call and see K M Jex for picture frames and mirrors from 25c up Dahle Bros have put in an upto date line of boys and girls school shoes The Nebo Implement Co has just received two full cars of implements I and wagons Mrs F Abbott is in Salt Lake this week looking over the new pattern hats for spring The home missionaries of Nebo Stuko will not go out this month on account of the bad rqiuls Dont fall to see Squire Thompkinn r Daughter at the Opera House next t Saturday evening Lostl steel shaft 134 in x 7 12 ft long Return to the Nebo Implement Co and be rewarded Tho Success manure spreader scatters seeds of kindness Call at the 5 Nebo Implement Co oflice Keep your thoughts us well us your eye on those snappy styles of spring and summer clothing at Rob Boyacks Amasu Potter of Payson ...

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. — 25 February 1909

It pays BETTTER to trade < with the City Drug Store NOTICE The dato on your name label or this paper Is the onto to wnlch your subscription Is paid Kindly be ns prompt as posslblo In paying In advance s fr 1L THE SPANISH FORK PRESS J h = = = = u = UTAH THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 1909 Kntored ho CnrkrUtuh s eccondclnss matter Post Ofllcp VOL VIII NO 0 SPANISH FORK J l i U at SpunlBli Fork Utah Act of Congress March 3 1879 eeeeI9eee6fleeeYeiOeeeeee0i0l Boost for Spanish Fork Go where the crowds go l r Electric Theatre i Short Every Night at 730 I Matinee Saturday at 230 I JUST LIKE HOME Bring tho children Everybody will receive courteous atten tion Wo are hero to stay Change of bill every Monday and II Thursday night You will got your moneys worth I Why pay a high price to see a show P Admission to ajl 110 cents JUST LIKE HOME J ieoeaeeeoceeeoeeoeooeaeeeoeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1 l J S LEWIS SON FRESH CURED MEATS FANCY STAPLE GROCERIES GREEN GROCERIES IN SEASON i SPANISH FORK l eeeeeee...

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. — 25 February 1909

1 t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN PiinllHlior SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE MEWS e I Bjihrnltn has nn epldomlc ot scar Jet fever though tip to date inly one case has proved fatal Ogdon capltttllstH nro dI mashing tho advisability of establishing a woolen mill In that city The roof of the pool 100111 of tho Clark building in Inrk City caved In one night last week from the a weight of snow i Ill It the intention to fill every avail nhlo place In Salt Lake City with flowers for tho G A R encampment to ho held next August l Eight residents of Utah will bo named HB members of a stato dairy 1 I mind pure food bureau If the bill treat ing such bureau becomcu a law I Tho olllcors of tho Fruitgrowers as coclatlon formed nt WHlard nro busy i at work selling stock so as to get tho necessary amount before they Incorporate rut porate Word comes from Kansas that u great number of tho 16000 old sol f dlors now living In that state will bo ml in Salt Lake City to attend tho G A j I 11 encampm...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 February 1909

1 I I > = t A ROO EVELT t 1WIbL CD e I BY HOWARD J i CO TIR t b ND on the other side of the world some A folks ate overdue One of these Is that restless spirit who means to step from r the White House Into hunting togs and to pursue In Africa tho big game that abounds In Its equatorial region This hunting of big game has a double fascination There Is the fascination that all big game Shunters confess tothe dan ger of It for one thing and which ft to ti 1 r > I w a 0 r a if r 9r I 1 s < C r + r yj tk d y r 1 F f email r1 4 ar r f ti F S 1 r Ar 1 1 Sr 1 1 o G CJ ff A4 Of R CNMpRNZEE J o fr f l d I7 + s ri f Mfg 1 J r t 1 s r v t 5lJRPRlcJEO to many Is lure alone Some of these hardy ones who live r on tho excitement that It supplies have likened It to the taking of opium or tho imbibing of strong watersa habit that grows until as In the case of the hunter there Is no animal too for midable and no Jungle too thick That Is one side of tho fasci nation that It holds Tho other is ...

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. — 25 February 1909

tiC A r I PROHIBITION BILL J KILLED BY SENATE j i t Twelve Members of Upper House I of Utah Legislature Decide State Is Not Ready for Prohibition Tho Cannon prohibition bill which jliad smooth Hailing In the house mot disaster the senate being hilled Saturday afternoon February 20 after tho most exciting day of the Houston by the adoption of tho adverse report I of thn committee on manufactures and coup wice to which it w ns referred Won Its receipt after passage by they e liouso of representatives Following are Iho members of the I Committee on manufactures and com merce whose ndvetse report was adopted by the senate killing the bill Chairman Kuehlor Senators John Y ti Smith Billion Hyde and Badger N Following Is the vote as cast by the 1 flcnate adopting the report of the com mittee Senators Badger Htilanlskl 11do Kuchler Marks Seely Sevy Bennor X Smith Stookey and Presi t dent Gardner I Those noting against the adoption r of the report wero Senators Brlnkor Icon Burton Horslcy Mi...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 February 1909

u STAGE SEEMS 1U BE t SET FOR EUROPEAN WAR IN THE SPRING < n ONUON EngIt Europe Is to ho saved from a general I L International convulsion In I tho coming spring her i chief statesmen wlll de serve tho rralse of history I and tho thanks of the whole world It Is In the spring that things happen In the I Balkan regionthat present center of I the continent Wherein may bo struck 5 r the vital spark of Emopean hone The I 4 1 I 1 Balkans lire extremely mountainous p drat ° j i and the country difficult of communi cation in moat parts at any time Is Impassable In the winter when snow I 4 and drift nod glacier block the rugged J way writes A Francis Walker In the Now York Press It Is a country of unrest of strife and turmoil Year after year the world has been told each winter There will be war In the Balkans In tho spring The world has been fooled so many times by this rumor that It has become skeptical but the time for skepticism Is past If ever the rumor is going to find develop ment i...

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. — 25 February 1909

TU u reawvs 1 A SLIGHT kr MISCALCULATION HR young man I with tho beetling eyebrows and tho fiasertlvo necktie luuiscd to knock the aahcs from his y pipe Whom I going F to tnko to tho theater prrtylie echoed l Why I dont mind telling you that Im go f Ing totakoKthol Oh said the a other young man t whoso quietness was hla notlcfiiblo t V c ha rac tcrlntlc Have you asked her Tho young mini with tho necktie looked faintly surprised Howd you know I hadnt he Inquired Ill tuna phono her tonight I wan so busy nil tiny 1 didnt have a clmnco Besides x theres no hurry There Isnt anyone ° j j else likely to ask her but you and s now that Ivo spoken first of course Y t 4Why of course agreed tho quiet young man I shouldnt dream of In terfering with your plans i Thats ono thing 1 like rtbont you confided tho young man with tho tic t Some follows dont know when theyre licked but youve got common noise oh I was just speaking gen t erally There aro fellows you know i whod a sneaked off and phoned u E...

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. — 25 February 1909

For Fortyseven Years It hus been a sufficient guarantee of quality to know a thing was bought at CSTAtIISHCD t itI62 9 17O MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY UTAH Mill Orders Promptly Filled Novel Kite Game The manner In which kilos can be manipulated Is well Illustrated by the game of Vaknta This game is best i played with squads of ton or less a side equipped with ordinary Indian Idles of tissue paper and reels like 4 I dumbbells I The game Is to fir your kite so that it cuts the string of an opponents kite by sawing It rescues being effected I by Red Cross kites so manipulated that they get underneath and pick up I the falling kite Emma Earncs and Impresario A Emma Eames never willingly sings the role of Mlcaela In Carmen though in star casts tho part Is prop erly given to a soprano of the first lank One night while sitting In her dress ing room waiting for the second act In which Micaela does not appear P to pass Maurice Giau the impres ario entered Madam Games looked him over critically an...

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. — 25 February 1909

r t J rsr1 w t T I I f X I < m I Dont Fail to PE1 tine Hlleotardo Theater 1 Bhevvs2 changss a waa1 V Coming soollThe Dixie Quintette 3 Mr John Hrifrgs entertained n few friends tit nn English Ten Sntnrdny afternoon The Scandannvinn dnnco Wednesday evening was u success socially and L financially Mr Jistio Bruilhwnite is now ready p for any kind of plan work for all kindn of buildings Last Saturday the 12yearold son of Postmaster Lawrence fell off a wagon and broke his arm Lost Between Morgan Warners and Mrs Nielsens place a halter strap Finder notify Chits Poulsen > For a lot of snappy samples of spring and Hummer clothing aL the right prices Bee Hy Robertson at the barber shop j Tho work of excavating for the Stuhmann Building immediately north of the Y M Coop was commenced I today Mrrt Thos Warner went to the LI I D 1 S Hospital on the 18th to ho operated on for appendicitis She is doing nicely i L Mr and Mrs 0 IL Parry have re turned to their home in Salt Lake hav ing coma ...

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. — 4 March 1909

N r A L It pays BETTER to4tr with the City Drug Store JI 1111 t I ri OTICEThe dAte on your narafc latfnl ot lull paper la the ante to wtilch jour subscription Is paid Kindly be as prompt na posslblo In paying In advance 1 f 1k THE SPANISH I FORK PRESS r S SPANISH THtTRSDAl MAROH 4 1909 Hntorod Fob 21 1902 ns secondclass matter Post Olflcn VOL VIII NO 7 i > SI NISH FORK UTAH 1 If at Spanish Fork Utah Act or Congress March 3 1879 u Iae11Ieeob1e11f1e111eotH311111Hlwo1e1eoe 4 Boost for Spanish Fork Go where t crowds go I i Electric Theatre i i i 5ioK Eitery Ngit at 730 1 I Matinee Saturday at 230 I 1 JUST LIKE HOME i I i Brine tho children Everybody will receive courteous atten tion Wo arc hore to stay Change of bill every Monday and Thursday night You will get your moneys worth 2 t i Why pay a high price to seo a show e c I I i I Admission to all 10 cents JUST LIKE HOME I 1r r 1111111pe10Iliee1ee081e10OtOtDIOeH111e1e111119e d3e1001 Q eIed1t9C00B000011010e0e0S5GG1Oy0meletf J Prompt 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. — 4 March 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAFI STATE NEWS Mayneld rrsldcnta are tiVtnnlns tl nstnll a waterworks system Smallpox has again broken out In Bait Lake City new canes being 1 re ported every day Arrangements are being made by the Commercial club for the organiza tion of a company to operate a knit ting factory in Ephralm George S Drury 1 a former resident of SpringvilK was killed near linkers field Cal lint week as tho result of nn oil well derrick blowing up Because of a quarrel with his wife which resulted In tho woman leav ing homo Clarence R Baker com mitted suicide In Salt ttiko City lib haling chloroform Joseph C Iluo a laborer employed nt tho Oregon Short Line depot In Halt Lake City fell from a scaffold upon which ho was w < rlUug and sustained serious Injuries Tho Western Pacific railroad Is now completed ten mllcn west of Blko Nev and the track laying IH being rushed us rapidly as tho con dition of tho wcathor will permit Love for liqu...

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 March 1909

0 0 0 i 0 i AN ESCAPE VIA THE GRAVE I 4 By GEORGE T PARDY I Did Justice Go Wrong in the Case of Luke Phipps Tale of a Long Search the Disap pearance of a Crim inal and the Hanging of Man by Essex County Authorities An Achievement of That Master Sleuth John Wilson Murray F NT March 1884 a man by the name of Luke Phlpps r was the proprietor of u billiard room In Detroit Mich Phlpps was about 31 years of age of fair complexion with brown hair and a sandy mus tache His family con sisted of his wife and two children a boy and a girl Mrs Phlpps was a pretty little woman apparently very fond of her husband But fate decreed that tho serpent of Jealousy should creep Into this Eden of domestic bliss Mrs Phlpps with out tho knowledge of her husband had been In tho habit of making secret t trips across the river to Windsor and jf it chanced that Luke Phipps received Information of this fact Passionately devoted to his wife this discovery fill ed him with madness Ho watched 1 ° r carefully and s...

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 March 1909

SOUND ANO CUSEAVATIVE POliCY SAYS ROOSEVH Comment of Chief Executive on Re port of Commission on Naval Reorganization Washington President Hoooovclts commission on naval reorganization whoso final report went to eon less on Saturday outlines a now tlojmrt mental system which tho president de clares Is sound and conservative and In full accord with American policy It contemplates for the secretary a general council a military council und the redistribution of tho duties nf tho present bureaus In llvo dlvl Ions the chiefs of which aro to com rose the grand council who are to ho tho assistant secretary three ling of llcors and another flag olUcer naval constructor or civilian with technical I training In submitting tho plan the presi dent says Nothing drastic Is recommended na to the bureaus or other agencies by means of which tho purely business trails of tho nayy department are now administered Tho plan outlined Coos not Imply any greater expendi ture of money than at present It prov...

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 March 1909

Q NEW SECRETARY OF THE NAVY I r M j I p y1 S + t ir i a t t Y 1v I i I l 1A J t 4 w L 4 rhologra h by Clhlatat Wiwbtn jtou i e I Hon Truman I H Newberry of Michigan recently raised from the post t of first assistant to secretary of the navy to succeed Victor H Metcalf of Call fornla resigned 1 uv t I PLANS DEATH FIGHT t YALE MAN WOULD ADD THIRD TO I SPAN OF LICE rAf Dr Fisher Urges Insurance Companies to Educate People In Hygienic 11 If Conditions for This i Purpote a Sr l Now YorkThe span of human life 1 may be Increased one third by the ap plication of reforms now known to modern hygiene Tho statement was made the other lay by Dr Irving Fisher professor of i political economy at Yale and presi i p E dent of tho committee of eta hundred on national health Dr Fisher proposed the expenditure of money by life insurance companies y n In a campaign of education to Im r prove hygienic conditions throughout tho United States He gave as his justification for this suggestion the fact that p...

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 March 1909

r aa I Tr You buy oheapet when you buy the fJ I bet tolled l goods our rtqulrc I fJJJ mints for quality are biolutn and I JJ wo plan our reputation bthlnd the ti quality of our good The dtilgn it ndtylur now and up to dato and It li would profit you to look them through lTARIIlHAD t 363 170 ITMAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY UTAH ALL THE WRITING ALWAYS IN SIGHT I I r i Ball Bearingsweatvdefying frictionless Every typebar of the LC SMITH BROS TYPEWRITER m has he Gardner ballbearing joint Adds years of profitable efficiency to the life of the machine Send for the Free Book L C SMITH fll DUOS TYPEWRITER CO 107 Clirnpt Street Deartr Colodo 62 i Writ Secnl Suth Street Silt Uk Cit t Ut > i j AiMee ai to ptltut PATENTS iLilitjr and Procedure FREE upon request c Send ilctch and dficriplion of your intention Harry J Robinion Attorney at Law and Solicitor of Patent 3045 Judge Building Salt Like City i i His Opinion of It Did I understand you to nay asked Miss Wood by that you dont go In for i societ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 4 March 1909

J OLDEST Mil IN AMERICA Escaped Terrors of Many Winters by Using Peruno ii 1 it ftll f 1 Ve 1 Isaac Brock 120 Years of Age Mr Isaap Hroclt of MuLeniiitU county Tex is nn urdunt friend to Vermin and speaks of it in the following tunns Dr IIirtmmft remedy 1oriina I have found to bo the bust if not the only reliable remedy for COUGHS COLDS CATAHHII and diarrhea Penma has been my standby for mniiy jears and I attribute my rood health and my extreme age tn this PI remedy It exactly meets all my re quirements I have come to rely upon It almost entirely for thu many liltio things for which I need iiiodicinc I lieiiuvu It to bo especially valuable to old people Isaac Brock Canton Plows 1 wr The Success Sulky Plow Tan cnn malto two mistakes in buying Kkllnit 1lowB Ono Is to buy nn Inferior plow beeiinne It la I alTered cheap and thc other In to buy n hlvh prl chenI < 11111 plow li when the SUCCESS n medium priced t plow will do better work Successful Plowing Can nlwnyx be accomplished und...

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 March 1909

JonI Fail to See the Electric Theater Stiowe S changes < 9 week a Local Jots l Just Arrived New spring hats at Farmers Coop Get your garden seeds that grow at Rob Iioyack8 For SnleA couch und a folding bed See John M Thomas Teeth FoundA complete upper net Owner call at this office l A B Rockhlll and J J Bunks arc in Salt Lake today on mining business P The Farmers Coop are enlarging their building and stock of merchan disc Blanks for Proof of Annual Labor of Mining Claims for sale at The Press office officA A few thoroughbred Buff Orpington cockerels and eggs for sale Sec Dell Itrockbnnk Lot for Sale 3x6 rods north of Pucks Pavilion For particulars sec Mrs Ann Farr Skating at Eldreds Rink on Friday and Saturday afternoons and Satur day evenings only Mrs Maggie BeckWarner and Hy Babcock returned home from the hospi tal Wednesday evening Eldreds skating rink will be open Friday and Saturday afternoons and Saturday evenings henceforth Lost Part of a watch fob with the initials D R B...

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