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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 3 June 1909

r tI I < l It I p I 4i TIME TABLE sotmifiotJNn No GIFor Payson Snntaquln nnd IMI Angeles eC8 pm No 3For Payson Nephi I and MantlNORTH glib arc NORTH BOUND 1 No C2For Prove PI Qrovu Amer t lean Fork Lebl Mcrcur Salt Lake 11 am No OlFor Provo Salt Lake nod Intermediate polntu 330 pm Palatial trains are now running dally be I twenn Salt Lake and the Paclflo Coast UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touoh with two I great cities Heat local train service J II IlunrNin DUtrlct Pamenger Agent N IETHUKf Depot Ticket Agent I DENVER ERI JD6RA DE AND Ri GnANDE W Arrival and departure of trains from Depot No 7 For SprliwllloProvoSult Lake and all points CIJ9t and west 8IOam No 23 nnrtultpointsa ProvoSalt Lake i und all points rast and west343pm No 8Ior Eureka Mammoth and Sli I t rr City fl27pin I No 81or llurcka Mammoth and Sil I ver City SMSnm Connection Undo In Ogden Union depot with I oil trains of Southern Iucldo und Oregon Short LIne i orruns CHOICI or g FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 3 AND TIIltUE DIS...

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. — 3 June 1909

y SERIAL t STORY c t iTIIEI SMUGGLER By ELLA MIDDLETON TYBOUT d4 Illustrations by Ray Walters CuprrlRLt IWf by JII Up 1 > llHUtt Cu SYNOPSIS Tliiec KlrlH Kllrnbrlli Onlirlollc nml F1I slnrltd fur Oaiuuln to npcinl the nimincr them On board steamer hay were frlKhtoiinl by UII apparently ilcinmtl + lit stranger who finding n tmi bclonglm Co mm of thorn took enjoyment In aciu Unlzliig u photo nt the trio kits I shared 1 tier Htntprooin with u Mrs Onilmin also bound Cor Camilla I CHAPTER IContinued I I Tho light wtis burning In my state room when at last I I forced myself to Ii L enter It and Mrs Graham lay asleep 4e i In tho lower berth her lips slightly 1 parted and her faco resting upon her Ic I hand Nature had meant to he kind to this woman and had been llboiat r Indeed with her gifts The lashes which swept the pale cheek wore dark and curling like the luxuriant hair f carelessly pushed aside on the pillow I while tho faco Itself though thin and t haggard had evidently once been ...

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. — 3 June 1909

A o if 1H t l I t r gid t t J iy ALCOHOL3 PER CENT ANegetablc Preparation forAs i IP similaling HieFoodatvinegula ro ling the Stomachs and Bowls of t o 1 r v A ill j Promotes DigcslionChccrful i nessandReslContains t Opium Morphine nor Mineral NOT N ATI c o TI c Jtttift efOMDrSAHVElflKffSft o 1hDwhr6 SJ lI IxSrnn + A1IS1l3 oJ D Aerie StrJ p1 97t 101 Thin IlirrlMntsf norm d1 CIor edSy Ilo Hmiyrrti 7ator y o perfect Remedy forConslip rt7 lion SourStomachDinrrhoea l > t8 WormsConvulsionsJevcrish 1 L G ness and LOSS OF SLEEP 11 Facsimile Signature of SSs5 ijv 8 Ul THE CCNTAUK COMPANY t NEW YORK t1itD j 1 a Guaranteed under the Foodanjp Exact Copy of Wrapper = a A JUSTIFIABLE EXPRESSION c j 4 > Inexperienced Caddie after Mr Toozles fllftcenlh missShall I make the olo n big bigger sir Logical Reasoning i A certain young mans friends I thought he was dead but he was only I In a state of coma When In ample time to avoid being burled he showed signs of life he was asked how It seemed t...

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. — 3 June 1909

w THE SPANISH FORK PRESS SUI1SCU1PT10N Onevear 110 OnryoariAYAIiiFiN ADVANCK colaIrv ANIWKW JHNs IN IUHMSHKH Local Jots y Last Monday evening n bundle shower r was given in honor of Miss Lillie Cox la at tho home of her sister Mrs Hoy Johnson of Provo About 25 guests were present nnd many beautiful preE L ents were received Mrs Edith Powell I of Tucker came ft down Sunday to spend Decoration Day She left for home Thursday in company of her father Samuel Cornaby Ills grandson Wm A will look after his t business during his absence 1 Wednesday evening Miss Lillie Cox of this city and lose Shepherd of Ben jamin were married at the home of the brides parents There were present about 75 relatives and friends of the young couple all of whom had an enjoy able time The Press offers congratu lations r Mrs Heber Nielsen and mother Mrs C A Larsen of Ephrlam are visiting with Mrs Alma Jensen in this city Mrs Larsen is on her way home from Kansas City where she went to be operated on for cancer S...

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. — 10 June 1909

I NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscription is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance d = d u U t I THE SPANISH FORK PRESSi I 1 = = = r i VOL VIII NO 21 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JUNE 10 1909 1 at Kntorotl Spanish Feb Fork SI 1901 Utah aa Ain of Congress matter Maroh Post S Office 1871 4 f SERIOUS RIOTING > RESULT OF STRIKE Attempts of Street Car Company to Run Cars With NonUnion Men Results in Fierce Battle r Over One Hundred Men Injured Dur Ing Conflict the StrikeBreakers In a Number of Cases Desert Ing Their Cars IJIt1j Philadelphia The attempt of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit company to run Its cars with nonunion men re sulted Wednesday night In a number of serious riots It was the first ef fort to operate the lines at night and after several futile efforts to get tho cars through tho mobs they were sent ° back to the barns At least one hun dred men were more or less seriously Injured In the rioting In the Kens...

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. — 10 June 1909

d aelers I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANCnBIV JEMM2V Publisher SPANISH Frill UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS The price of coal delivered to res Idonccs In Salt Lako City has been reduced from 675 to 500 a ton I Sovcn thousand people witnessed the opening of tho bicycle racing sea son In Salt Lake City on Monday May 31 A threeday scslson of the second p Annual Episcopal convention of tho district of Utah wall held In Ogden last week Two boys whllo playing In a hay bam at Scoflold started a fire which destroyed tho barn and several tons of baled hay The state puro food commissioner Is getting busy In Ogden with thoso accused of violating tho lawln sell Ing Impure milk Utahs receipts for May amounted to only 4143819 while the expend tures wore 19849928 according to the state treasurer Twentythreo now residences have been built at Green River this spring fend yet tho demand for houses great ly exceeds tho supply David Latham who fired three shots at a policeman In Salt Lake City recently has been sent...

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. — 10 June 1909

0 MINES AND MINING According life Tonopah Sun 300 oro has been discovered In the Pioneer lease and the ore is being sacked for I shipment One hundred thousand dollars wcs taken out of the Eldorado mine at Al legheny Cal in sixteen hours the richest strike In tho history of the dis trict A standard custom mill for the camp of Itamsey Nevada has been decided upon tho plans and specifications for the first 100ton unit now being In preparation A strike has been made at Frazer wells north of Tonopah In a forty foot shaft that runs as high as 70 In gold the assays running all tho way from 10 to 70 Gold Is being taken from the Round Mountain mines In Nevada at the rate of 35000 a month and the chances are that this total will be greatly In creased this month Editor Branson of the Tonopah Sun who recently visited Manhattan to In vestigate Its placer workings declares that It Is another Klondike with some advantages In favor of Manhattan A new Insulating material discov ered by an English sc...

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. — 10 June 1909

f r r Aj Ii = = = c The Katydid Mine Swindle By an ExOperative of the Secret Service J Captain Dicksons Own Story of Unearthing a Colossal Fraud S A UUhK the In spectors of the postoffice depart A inont look after matters of frau du lent uses of tho malls said CUllt r Ulckson on a cor tain occasion I when I had dropped In for a quiet snioko and a glass of sherry but when a case develops unusual dlfllcultlcs the so ret service department la called upon This does not often happen however for there Is a lot of rivalry between these departments and not n little jealousy It Is only as a last resort that our branch of the ma chinery of government la brought Into requisition and not until the post office Inspectors have failed utterly A case of this character occurred a few years ago In one of the larger I western cities It was a m miningcase coiupaii backed by 150000000 capital stock and to all appearances It was u legitimate scheme Among Its direc tors were four I or live well hnowa west...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 10 June 1909

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 10 June 1909

fI i SERIAL STORY THE SMUGGLER r t By f ELLA MIDDLETON r TYBOUT I K ° I i Illustration by Ray Walters wrn wrnrnrr + nnvwar 1 loNrrla4h lUj JII Uppliuottlu I o SYNOPSIS I Three girls Kllrnhdli Oohrl lIt mill Ell < > started for Omaila to spend the summer them On board steamer they 0 were frightened by tin apparently dement o ed stranger who llnillnu a bag boloriKliiK 1 to one of them took cnjoyiiipiit In ncru tlnlrlnp a photo nf the trio KIlHn shared her stateroom with a Mri Qraham also bound for Canada Tim young woman on a nlglUscelnK tour met Mrn Graham anxloiiBlr awaiting her husband who had fc a mania for sailing 1 CHAPTER Continued I I Ho was to have been home by e noon she said and I have been I standing linro two hours Sailboats I fcI arc treachoious and Harry Is BO reck less All Tho ejaculation was ono of relief as A white sail appeared and headed for Jtho slip I Im coming to sea you I called as + we walked on but tho conclusion was forced upon me that she had forgotten...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 10 June 1909

v 4 HEKNEW HOW TO PICK THEM Tammany Mans DoubleBarreled Com pliment Did Away with Thought V of Hostilities The orchestra wan playing loudly In ono of the restaurants In Denver Col during the Democratic national con venllon and the diners were talking loudly so thoy might hear and be heard At one table sat a beautiful 4 woman and her escort and at the next table a number of Tammany men Suddenly the orcjiestra stopped bing and a Tammany mans voice rang out By George thats a good looking woman Id like to meet her Tho man at the next table who wa with the lady came over tapped the Tammany man on tho shoulder and I said frigidly Sir that lady Is my wife Shake said the Tammany man I am glad to meet you You certainlY are a good picker And hostilities wero averted Sat urday Evening Post SKIN ROUGH AS BARK I Baby Boy Had Intense Itching Humor Scratched Till Blood Ran Found a Cure In Cutlcura II Our son two years old was afflicted with a rash After ho suffered with tho trouble several weeks I...

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. — 10 June 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS h iI SUIISCIIIITION r l Oni1 yiiir II I W IYAIHI IN IJANeJ It WKKICLY ANDIirW JHNSIN IUIIMSIinK Local Jots Mrs Wm Lewis returned from Thatcher Idaho last Thursday Sho I visited at Giirlnnd and Preston also t She reports that her daughter Mrs Ron Durrani him another baby girt making them three children City Street Supervisor Dnvid Rob ertson has been instructed by the city council to arrest anyone allowing water to flood the sidewalkH or streets Ye of a rather careless nature about your water kindly sit up and take notice Eldreda Merrygoround is in town again and the opera house grounds present a scene of unusual activity every evening The mdrrygoround whistle and splendid music docs cen tainly cheer up the hearts of both old and young Rev F W Bussard of Salt Lake City will preach in the Luthorian church next Sunday evening The service begins at 8 oclock The sacrament of the Lords supper will be administered at this service Everybody cordially invited to attend...

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. — 17 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 s THE SPANISH FORK PRESS oj Kntcred Feb 21 1802 as secondclans matter Pont OITlc < VOL VIII NO 22 SPANISH FOKK UTAH f THURSDAY JUNE 17 1909 at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congress March 3 1ST t 4 FRANCE F VISITED A BY EARTHQUAKE From Seventyfive to One Hundred Killed and Hundreds Injured 1 by Seismic Disturbance Many Lived for Hours Imprisoned by Debris Before They Died Great Suffering of Refugees Owing to Lack of Necessaries of Life V S V s Marseilles France From seventy five to one hundred dead and one hun I dred Injured Is the estimated total casualties as the result of the earth quake which devastated several towns In tho southern part of France on Juno11 particularly In the depart ments of Herautt and Douches du Rhone Great suffering Is reported owing to a lack of bread And other necessaries of life The casualties may bo greatly in ...

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. — 17 June 1909

Ii THE SPANISH FORK PRESS t ANDIt K JINHZ PtI1ItIit i II v f t Ii + t11 J > NIII Form UTAVI I 1 UTAH STATJ8 NEWS + r r The people of Willard voted sol I tc Idly against tho state cnpltol tax qr Harold Brooks aged C fell from his fathers wagon In Salt Lako City i landing squarely on ills head his neck d being broken i t An electric railway 1 Is to ho con 4 I otriicted from Plain City to Ogden c n portion of the grade having already been finished t 1 Salt Lake now has one of tho most FtJ1n ont set of regulations for tho r r t butchering and salo of meat of any ar I city In tho country rf Central a small town south of Richfield Is engaged in laying n four inch pipe line to a spring three miles f out of town to secure a water supply for ciilltrary purposes r Falrvluw citizens have purchased nix acres of ground which will bo used F l r as n public park It being the Inten n tlon to provide a meeting place and t amusements for till residents mmn l Cut worms are causing tho farm r ers of...

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. — 17 June 1909

r < w r I Utilize Water Irrigation in Old Mexico I By PRESIDENT POHFIUIO DIAZ II L 1TH a view of benefiting properties that arc susceptible of ir W rigation the national geographical exploration company made a surrey of Snntiagullo hike in the valley of the Gnatimape f river of which the waters ian he diverted to the rich Nuzus region and mud reconnoisunces of the Tonal Conchos and other rivers looking to the use of their waters for the en couragement of agriculture by irrigation Increased interest is constantly being manifested in the utilization of water courses subject to federal jurisdiction stimulated during the list six months by the ample resources which the important iinancinl institution known as the Bank of Loans to J rrigation Works and for the Encouragement of Agriculture has been able to furnish to our agriculturists and by the sums assigned out of the f treasury reserves for IhepTomotion of irrigation Voiks wherever they arc possible As a tonc < uenee of these ne...

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. — 17 June 1909

r + w r a Ma r I ir i I t AMUEL PIERCE JJ A l ll I H1CAOO board of trade gossips declare that Mrs James Patten C wife of the man who BO sttccOeH fully cornered May wheat and wns declared to be engineering a inoo meat in July grain caused the cereal king to let go the market and allow It to break because she could not conscluntloiiRly let her husband boos tho staff of life outside time reach of thousands of poor people So plain Jim Iattcu went to Now Mex ico for u rest ho wild and to get away from you Infcrnul lepottora The moimicli of the chief grain pit I stayed In New Mexico for a long time I I Ho Bald ho wanted rout and to all np pcaianrus ho got It for ho luturnod to mho strife In Chicago with n bronzed akin dear eye und with the Patten Btiillo which IH the market index on the Chicago boaid of trade lie was cheerful to his associates but to the reportcis no He I I Buenied lo have iiken a dlsllko to them despite the I j 7 i US AL 9 M i1 1 l a l t1 r u n t t r m VPy3C I11i11D ltn ...

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. — 17 June 1909

1 Ii r > t r 1 il + A l3l1111ig1Ylitllitl isilRDitliil Meltiil lit414 tlNlliD 9 Prompt Courteous I Telephone Service is what everybody wants Get it by using The Phone that talks n I i Utah Independent Telephone Co I a > tiNt lilitltNt40ddiYtl lls diiltrNifd l + i Nil + im r t I k i II I I 530 8 June 24th to July 10th inclusive For the round trip to Los Angeles good returning to October 311909 i w The Elks Excursion To the land Sunshine Bathing Boating Deep Sea < Fishing Motoring through the Orange Groves For full particulars ask your nearest Salt Lake Route agent or write to I KENNETH C KERR District Passenger Agent 169 South Main Street Salt Lake City Utah i I I Dr C O SCOTT r DENTIST Office Phono No 43a W O Creor Bldij Spanish Fork Utah IND PHONE OFFICE HOURS J RESIDENCE HO 40 10 TO 12 A Mi OFFICE MO 43fc 2 TO 4 P MIN DR LI 1 G STODDARD IN W O CREER BUILDING I SPANISH FORK UTAH Dr W E Warner 1 Quarantine and City Physician Ollice at City Drug Store Spanish Fork Nlght call...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 17 June 1909

r S r GOT TO THE CAUSE And Then All Symptoms of Kidney Trouble Vanished S C J Hammonds C17 1 S Hill St Fort Scott Kansas says I was operated f on for Htono In the kidney but not cured nnd some time after was feeling so bad that I knew l there c must be another stone that would 1 T I liovc to be cut out If L I decided to try I Doan Kidney Pills and tho kidney notion Improved right way Large quantities of sediment and stony particles paused from me Ill md finally tho stone Itself Part dis r solved hut still us big AH n pea With r it disappeared nil symptoms of dizzi t ness rheumatism nnd headaches t have gained about HO pounds since and feel well nnd hearty r i Sold by nil dealers CO cents a box I I jroatcrMIlburn Co Buffalo N Y WOMANS WORTH L fi 4 4 til l T I J l 1 > I I > r 1 l U 1 I f if < I 5 f WlfeyI see by this paper that a man in America sold his wife for a i shilling Hubby Well If oho was a good ono she wag worth It I AGONIZING ITCHING 0 Eczema for a Year Got No Relie...

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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. — 17 June 1909

J The E Equipment of the California Fig Syrup Co and the scientific al < iiininf > nli of its eIi nit + ls hao rendered jKWsihle the production of Syrup of Figs nnd Elixir of Scotia in nil of its excellence by ohti4ting the pure medic s inal principleaof plants known to act most beneficially and combining them most skillfully in the right proportions with its wholesome and refreshing Syrup of California Figs As there is i only one genuine Syrup of A Gigs and Elixir of Senna and us the gen uine h manufactured by nn original method known to tho Culiforiiia Fig Syrup Co only it is always necessary to buy tho genuine to get its beneficial effect A knowledge of the above facts enables one to decline imitations or to return them ifl upon viewing the package the full name of theCalifornia Fig SyrupCo is not found l printed on the front thereof LOOKED A LITTLE UNSTABLE Body Servant of Gen Mahone Doubt ful of the Qualities of His Masters Props Gen Adnlbert It Burlington at a dinner in ...

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. — 17 June 1909

Z I 11 J THESPANISH FORK PRESS SUIIHCKIlTION Onejeat H ro PAYAlirK IN A1IVANCK WKKKlV 4NUKKW JKNHKNPUIIMSIIKll U Local Jots r A son was born to Mrs David K Robertson Wednesday I I Miss Martha Johnson loft fur 11 few days visit in Salt Lake Wednesday morning Curl Saxey and family of Provo were in town Sunday visiting Judge and Mm A Saxey j L G Mehse traveling auditor of the t Independent Telephone Co was in town today on business Grover Johns has come home from West Tintlc feeling quite sick He has been working in the mines Mr and Mrs G M Johnson had for their guests over Sunday the Rev F W Bussnrd of Salt Lake City v Mrs Geo A Yates and Mrs George X I Warner of Silver City nre visiting with relatives and friends In this city 1 V Rife who has been working in Milford thu past six months him re turned home for a short vacation i r Koy Faraday formerly of this city I has accepted the position of shift boss at the Grand Central mine at Mammoth h 1 Ralph Wilkins returned home last week fr...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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