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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 May 1909

iIIIII r NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance THE SPANISH FORK PRESSJ 1 = = = = = = = = VOL VIII NO 18 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MAY 20 1909 loitered Feb 21 1902 Boconilclass matter Pout Ofllrn 4 at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congress March 3 1879 J Hrrl L u j n unn SPRING SENSATION J IN HASKELL CASE Discharged Oklahoma Grand Jurors Make Grave Charges Against Government Attorney r Declare That Efforts Were Made to Intimidate and Coerce the Jury to Return Indictments I tgalnet Governor Haskell and Others Jtt Tulsa Sensational allegations t con corning the olliolal conduct of Sylves ter R Rush special assistant to tho attorney genera and United States I District Attorney Gregg or the north I ern district of Oklahoma are made I In two petitions tiled In the federal court here Tuesday afternoon In con J nection with the Muskogeo town lot fraud cases One of the petitions Is signe...

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. — 20 May 1909

I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publlotter t SPANISH FORK UTAH l i UTAH STATE NEWS The convention of the Utnh Post masters association will be held In Ball Lake City on May 27 and 28 W D Kimbrough a vendor of fruits and vegetables dropped dead on tho Btrccts of Salt Luko death being due to heart disease Leslie Fuller who admitted forg ing n check for 760 on nn Ogden business man has been sentenced to three years in tho state prison Sprlngvlllo has at last secured the long desired state fish hatchery which U to bo located on Spring creek The hatchery will have a capacity of 2000 000 fry Tho house In Salt Lake City in which Maud Adams the celebrated actress lived when a baby has been torn down to make room for a mod ern building Elmer Burtner a single man 23 years old employed In the Daly West mine at Park City was accidentally caught In tho shaft while descending for work and Instantly killed The campaign Inaugurated by tho Commercial Club of Salt I alto City to raise 160000 w...

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. — 20 May 1909

a NEWS SUMMAIII j Mrs Emily S Nettleton a real daughter of tho revolution died at Sioux City Iowa May 11 A passenger train ran through an open bridge Into Bull creek near Ran dolph Mo and several tranmen arc missing r A P Riddle former lieutenant moor of Kansas was killed near Sa lIna Kaus May 14 In an automobile accident Fifteen families have been burned out In the Rush lake Saskatchewan district by prairie fires two children losing their lives and others being k T 1 badly burned Salvator RIzzo fruit dealer who died suddenly at his home In Clncln mtl having received threatening let ters from the black hand Is believed to have been poisoned A dispatch from Tangier say It Is reported from Megador that a party of American tourists has been captured r by natives near Agadlr which Is the most southern part of Morocco Henry Goodale was fatally burned and his son Thomas badly Injured at Sl Joseph Mo by an explosion of gas caused by lightning during the worst electrical storm of tho year d...

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. — 20 May 1909

w I W SIIIYYLYI MIL VIflIYYIYYY I Women Vice on Increase I Amon tJ Society S 1110 k ers Leaders A tty RKV MADISON C IElCRS I Ill I J I number ol unmiii Minokrrn m i on the 1 niciciiM l the I habit Ii i t T w riillur I tie hns entered into nitiin circles of society M o that u > Jind ho cigarette on Ihp dnnungroom table of the social belle us well us on the hallroom bureau of the working t ing girl Time was hen to smoke was to hu socially oitnuiid hut nowadays its use is highly fashionable among many tlrtx e Woman is Jinins rival in business mill tile profiwions sale claims equal rights in everything drawing no line of ilis linction I even imitating him in dress and IIIUlllwr Why not follow him in his vices Why not drink and smoko and play the races gamble and swear The iniinniBh woman is undermining our social structure and doing la away with the sanctity of the American home It I I is womans influence which shapes and draws out I all that is good and noble in us and suppress es a...

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. — 20 May 1909

TIME 1 TABLE t SOUTIIflOUND No OlFor Payson Snntmiutn and Lo Angelica OM pm No U for layon Nepht nurt Mantl < rf 915 aU < f NOiminoUND No M For Provo PI Orovo Amer teen fork Ichl Mcrcur Salt Lake 11f am t No 1Uoo l Provo Salt Yikn and Intormetltnte points 130 pm Palatial trains are now running dally be o tween bait Lake and the PactUo Cole UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touoh with two treat olttos Deet local train service J H DUI rues District Pamvnuer Agent t K PETIRSEN Depot Ticket Anent f r DENVER J tlO GRANDE AND TyTERNW 106AN W r W F Arrival and departure of train from Depot Wo 7For SnrlnBvtlleProro9AU Lake and an points ealt and west8IOam No ForhnrlntfVllle ProroSalt Lake and all points at and nest 34pm No 8or Eureka Mammoth and Sil ver CHy 627 pm i No tSFor Eureka Memmoth and Sil 1 ver City 615ftin Connexions mad In Ogden Union depot with all trains of Southern Pnclflo and Oregon Short f Line i OFFERS CnOICE OF g 3 FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 3 1 < AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ...

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. — 20 May 1909

I COWBOY IN CABINET R T I New Secretary of Interior Was Once a Plainsman RIchard A Balllngcr Prepared Him self for College While Driving Cattle Clasomate of His Predecessor Garfield Washington Ulographlon have > boon published and ulorlca have been I told of Ulchard A Hallltiger former commissioner of tho Koneial land of fice nnd former mayor of Seattle now secretary of tho Interior In President Tafts cabinet but not ono of thoBO ac counts tells of Judgu IlnlllnRerH life us a cowboy upon the plulns of south western Kansas 30 yearn ago rhreo years ho silent In lie Haddlo herding droves of cattle across tho range nnd to thin day he rocountH Interesting expoiUnites that his fellow cabinet ofllccrs will doubtless call upon him to repeat On one occasion ho was almost killed by the hoofs of an unruly broncho During these jeam 1m studied tho classic languages riding many miles across the plains each week to recite A his lessons and by IIH own efforts hit I prepared himself for college w...

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. — 20 May 1909

v Who Said Them The golden text wns Suffer the lit + tle children to come unto me and it apjtP had been recited to the class by a cherub on the front bench Later In k tho afternoon the teacher in tho course of the lessons had occasion to refer to the text Now children she said who said thoso words and she repeated them A hand went up front one of the larger boys on the back bench and receiving permission to answer he snld pointing to the cherub That little feller down there t L Aik Your Druggist for Allens Foot Ease I I tried ALLENS FOOT FsAShl recent ly and havo Just bought another supply It has cured my corns and the hot burn ing ana Itching scnsiitlon In my feet which was almost utibournljle and 1 would not bo without It now Sirs W J Walker Camden N J Sold by all Druggists 3c Two Ways Does Mrs Gabby disseminate cir cumjacent Information No she doesnt she Just gossips about the neighborhood d Try Miirlne 13jo Itnnrilr For lied weak Weary Watery ryes Compounded by Experienced 1liys...

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. — 20 May 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS srnIscIu1rloN InIycbr nfxi IMYAIUjK IN AHVAWK WITKICIV I SPHf i1 ANDUKW IIINSKNPUl Local Jots Miss Jessie Hughes and a number of her associates held an ice crenm party on Monday lust It being her 7th birth I diiyP P W Tuckcrmnn special pension examiner of the western district whose home is at Colorado Springs has been in this city looking tip the pesion claims of Wm F Pace and J W Thomas It doesnt cost any more to wear a swell shoe that is up to the minute in style than to wear the out of dale kind ours are the very latest and our prices are right if you do not see us we both loose Dahle Bros Tuesday evening the people of the Third ward gave flees D James a party in honor of his long services us < leader of the choir A fine program was rendered refreshments were serv ed Mr James was presented with a line easy chair at the close Lydia Jane Beck against Wells Beck suit for divorce cost of suit 30 a month permanent alimony and that the plaintiff be restored he...

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. — 27 May 1909

o i NOTICE The date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscriplton ts paid Kindly be as prompt as possible In paying in advance om C = Ts L THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 4 VOL VIII NO 19 SPANISH FORK UTAH THtlRSDAY MAY 27 1909 Hntored Fob 211902 ns secondclass matter Pont Office nt Spanish Fork Utah Act of Coneross March 3 1879 m I J PORTUGAL L UNABLE TO BLUFF CHINA I II I Two Countries Fail toCome to Un derstanding in Dispute Over Dependencies of Macao t China Holds That Portuguese Have Illegally Occupied Disputed Terri tory for Years and Insists That Islands be Evacuted by t Portugal Lisbon Friday The dispute be tween Portugal and China over the possession Ii of the dependencies ol Macau has become acute The Portu guese government Is sending Gen eral Joaquin Jose Michalo to Induce I China to come to an amicable under standing This notwithstanding the I fact that the government has re I ceived word that China absolutely re fuses to enter into negotiations with the...

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. — 27 May 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDRHW JENSEN Publisher BPANISH FORK UTAH UTAIII I UTAH STATE NEWS The sugar beet crop about Willard has been damaged by blight Thero will bo more than 400 cradu tttcs this year from the eighth grodo In Uio public schools of Utah county Jujt Johnson a Swedish laborer was killed by a passenger traJn at Jxikcsldc his body being literally ground to pieces Rudolph Kremer of Ogden Is dead as tho result of Injuries received when lie was thrown from a light wagon by tho shying of his horse Five gauging stations to determine tho annual flow of tho streams In Em ory county have been established Tile work will cost 4000 George Davis found guilty of run ning a blind pig In Salt lnko City has been sentenced to 180 days Im prisonment in the city jail Promoters of the Utah South western Hallway company have bean guaranteed a right of way over pri vate property In Cedar City Edna Hanson and Veda Scott were severely Injured at Logan in an elo valor accident the elevator falli...

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. — 27 May 1909

SERIAL STORY THE SMUGGLER By I ELLA MIDDLETON I TYBOUT I Illustrations by Ray Walters i 4 lojjrlgM lira by J 11 Uppiocottco CHAPTER I If Elizabeth did not Indulge in hay fever every year and consequently h 4 have to be very careful about breath ing where there is vegetation it would never have happened or rather wo would not have been mixed up with It I dont know after all whether It was not Gabriellos gold beads that were to blame just as much as Elizabeths hay fever for if the string had not broken everything would have been all right Gabrielle and Elizabeth are friends They know each others Inmost thoughts and their past lives contain no reservations whatever from one another which seems a little hard on tho men whose pictures they have framed and preserved as relics I am their friend also but I still have a few undivulged thoughts as well as a modest number of reserva tions My name Is Eliza but I prefer to spell It Elise and perhaps I am a little envious of the other two having ...

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. — 27 May 1909

A rae a rosers sraurraA + oarnn AaA a aA r u = = Lion H ur ting ill the Molopo CountrY By Percy Selous V1icrcvcr gnus arc tnailc and sold and game is hunted for lie sake of the sport of it tho name of Nelotin is familiar The stories of his tirhievemcnti click the globe and lens of thousands of lewr hunters feel honored to have hunted with him on occasion or to have crossed his track or followed his fraU A confirmed nomad a toldior of the chaw by irresistible prcdilcition lie has spent iris life hunting trapping and traveling tomelimcs in the Ca nadian woods sometimes in the for ests of the Andei sometimes in the pastes of the Central Asian moun tains sometimes in tho northern tie sometimes in the African Jungle and the story of his hunting expe riences 1S a romance of fact and ad venture A member of thin famon family of hnnteis is accompanying Theodore Roosevelt into the jungles I of AW fried E HAD had very little sleep all night owing to tho W prowling nround and roar I Ing of lion...

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. — 27 May 1909

J Ot A c t TIME l TABLE t ° + SOUTHflOUND < i No OlFor Fajrcon Santnquln and IJ M Angeles OC8 pm No 63For Fuyion Seplil I and Manll 9K air NORTII fOUND if No 02For Irovo Fl Orovo Amer I A lean Fork Lehl Mercur I Salt Lake f U7 am h > < No lFor Provo Salt lake nnd < teal eaarc points IJO pm nownrunnlndallyLo + Palatial trains aro now running dally bo a twern Salt Lake and the Iiclflo Coast S UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two treat oltlos Dost local train service J 11 BurtTNtn District Passenger Agent p N PBTEKSEN Depot Ticket Agent i t E dip GRANUE 1 Ri GnANDW e lnG DE t j Arrival un < 3 departure ot trains from Depot h No 7For SprlnevllleProvoSnH Lake and alt points eantand wrstB10nm 7 ° fI e NoS9 KorbprlnKVlllolrovoSallLsko I and all points east and west34Ipm cn No 31oor Eureka Mammoth and Sil if ver City 027 pm 1 No 28 For Eureka Mammoth and SII 1 vcrClt O15nm t Connections made In Ogden Union depot with 1i all trains of Southern Pacllle and Oregon Short Line ...

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. — 27 May 1909

Y r Community Silver is found at the Home of Fine Silverware Till brand in Inirti forks ipooni and fancy pitcti It incrinleed lo wear twentyfire years and we buck Ihtt funntte Comparable only 4rlh the brat Sterling and prices bent the name jia the eloper kinds CATAt17HID tllsz 9 17O MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY UTAH Coopers Fluid p Ie especially prepared to meet tho most exacting Government require ments and Its UHO Is permitted In ALI ofllclal dippings Pine concentrated nonpoisonous A perfect Sheop Dip A guaranteed remedy for Scab Ticks and Lice Mixes with hard or brackish water Novel Injures tho animal 1 to 120 is tho ofllcliil strength 4 WILLIAM COOPER NEPHEWS Manufacturer S 177 Illinois Strool Chicago IlllnoU HARRY J ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 304305 Judge Dulldlne Salt Lake City a 1 New Fruits k Now and strange fruits from oqua torlil Africa and the Amazon valley figured In a sumptuous dinner that was given to Lady Arthur Paget In Now York said a fruiterer Many at these fruits I saw 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. — 27 May 1909

i RECRIMINATIONS f She You have now more than a dozen shirts and when wo were mar ried you had only ono solitary one 1 HeYes but that ono didnt need mending The Cause of War The fair young debutante was sur rounded by an admiring crowd of of ficers at tho colonols ball Mamma was standing near by smiling compla cently at her daughters social suc cess The discussion was over the quarrel of tho day before between two f brother oflleers What was the cases belli asked the fair debutante Maud exclaimed mamma In a shocked voice How often have I told you to say stomach Success Magazine I Memorial to Brave Explorer A memorial has Just been erected In Kensington cemetery London to tho memory of Admiral Sir Francis Leopold McCllntock tho Arctic ex plorer and discoverer of tho lost Franklin expedition It takes tho form of an old style wheel cross 4 standing on a massive molded base reaching to a height of ten feet and erected In rough silvergray Cornish granite Monkey Had Good Memory During a p...

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. — 27 May 1909

I I I Local Jots A daughter was born tn > Mrs David James last Monday A daughter I was born to Mrs Ralph Wilkins this morning Mrs John W Rowe mid children left yesterday afternoon for Richfield Utah Mr and Mrs Geo L I Full of Suit r Lake tore in Spanish Fork oi a short vacation Y y i A young man would like hoard and room in private family Notify The H Press Office For your graduating photos see Stah mann Special prices to graduates for th next ao days We are pleased to note that Alfred Stringer Is able to be out after his long siege of sickness The Fire Department has just re ceived 200 feet of hose with the latest improved shutoff nozzles Mrs Joseph Lucas an old resident of Spanish Fork who has been living in Clear Creek several years is visiting in this city I While breaking a 1 couple of colts to I work about two weeks ago Bishop It W McKell was thrown from the wagon breaking his lug e James H Christensen hud his leg broken some time ago while driving an I animal from his plac...

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. — 3 June 1909

NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance = = = = = = u = = b THE SPANISH FORK PRESS a I = = = = = = = = VOL VIII NO 20 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JUNE 31009 Entered Fob 21 1902 n0 secondclass matter Post Omoo 4 nt Spanish Pork Utah Act of Congrons March 3 < 1879 1 FLOODS FOLLOW I > FEARFUL TORNADO I Ii Two Oklahoma Towns Devastated by High Winds and Rainstorm Which Swept Over Wide Area J At Least Fifteen People Met Death While Many Were Injured It Be Ing Estimated Two Hundred Are Left Homeless Oklahoma City OklaAt least fif teen people were killed Saturday night In a tornado that devastated the Oklahoma towns of Key West and Dc pew Forty or more vero Injured At least ten wore killed in Key West That figure Is confirmed by a number of people who fled before the storm Fivo are dead at Depew The torncdo swept over a wide stretch ol fanning country Following the wind came a d...

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. — 3 June 1909

e TUB SPANISH PIRK PRESS f i ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH i I r + UTAH STATE NEWS e It Is believed that tho decision In the Spcwano rate cane will result In t ft readjustment of rates In Ibo ctato of Utan The graduates of the Cache county u schools number this year 202 fifty more than have ever graduated be fore In a single year Smallpox Is raging In tho town of Falrvlow twelve cases being reported In four families and the whole town has probably been exposed r In attempting to alight from a rap Idly moving street car In Salt Lako tl Injured his face wIng badly i cut and his arms nod legs bruised The Elks of Ogden have filed arti t cles of Incorporation preparatory f t to erecting a handsome club house for tho exclusive use of tho members of r that lodge In a Blabbing affray which occurred at Mutray between Jim Rlter and t Mike CrlckvKch laborers the latter sustained several severe cuts about i tho nock and shoulders 6 i > A monster Interstato Labor day cfllrbratlon ...

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. — 3 June 1909

1 NO ORGANIZATION AMONG ANARCHISTS The Very Nature of Their Principles Makes Such a Thing Impossible OUTRAGES COMMITTED BY INDIVIDUALS Too Many Types and Nationalities Are Involved to Permit of Anything Like CohesionBaby Consecrated to the Cause of Anarchy r HENEVER out of the coun trys masses of Ignorant W aliens some desperado or fanatic rises up In single Importance to hurl a bomb i or shoot down some leader of the people there goes forth a hue and a cry that organized anarchy Is rife But after tho first panic fear of or ganized resistance to authority the public investigating finds that In each case the outrage was tho act of an Individual or at most of a small group Czolgosz was alone In his plot ting impelled by tho hot arguments of demagogues Subsequent happenings have shown that our crop of des peradoes is scattered and wade up of many types and nationalities of men Anarchism wo have always with us Like atheism or hobbles or faith In perpetual motion or any other pecul iar t...

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. — 3 June 1909

< c HateflY Robber t q < 1 Early Rearing Often Cause try JOHN F OEETINO I I Cdllor J 0 II ILK the crime of roblciy H I one that b l y nuson of the sud W denness nnil brutality ivliich usually accompanies the attack is justly regarded and toiidemned as n heinous crime against society it is at least in largo cities a natural result of condi tions both permitted and favored by the condemning public t The robber of our metropolitan cities is usually one who 1 becomes such n victim of circumstances and docs not like the more refined criminals select the course of crime na one con ducive to prosperity lie is largely the child of circumstances and the product of selfish policies inaugurated by those who most bitterly condemn him lIe is usually one of moderate intelligence and meager education who by reason of this crude condition is barred from favored opportunities His early life may have been surrounded by an atmosphere of poverty ignorance and dissipation his religious educa tion ...

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