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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 24 June 1909

+ 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 I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS = = H = = = = = = VOL VIII NO 23 SPANISH FORK UTAH > THURSDAY JUNE 24 1909 at Entered Spanish Fob Fork 21 1902 Utah as Becomlclnsa Act of Congress matter March Post 3 1879 J JURY DISAGREES j IN CALHOUN CASE Futile End of Trial Lasting Over Five Months Ten Jurors Voting for Acquittal of Accused r Calhoun Declares That He Will Bring Bribery Charges Against Heney Spreckels and PhelanWas Disappointed at Failure c of Jury to Acquit San Franclbco Terminating In a disagreement of the Jury with ten men determined on acquittal and two steadfastly resolved upon conviction the trial of President Patrick Cal noun of the United Railroads came to an end at noon Sunday Five months and a week had transpired since the wealthy street car magnate a de scendant of Patrick Henry made his first appearance in court to answer to th...

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. — 24 June 1909

iry THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK a UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS The Utah Stale Dental society will bold Its annual meeting in Logan July 2 and 3 The union painters and paper hang ers of Salt Lake City have gone on strike objecting to the use of tho em ployers card of merit A nlne year old son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Jones of Wollsvlllo wus drowned In what Is known us the Big Creek at that place Sunday Frank Mangum manager of the Oaks In Ogden canyon was seriously Injured on Sunday as the result of a runaway his skull being fractured and his collar bone broken llobort Patterson a newspaper carrier collided with an automobile while delivering papers from his blcyclo In Salt Ixilto City his lee be ing broken Mrs Sarah Kershaw agiul 80 years one of the pioneer women of Weber county died oat her home in Ogden on Juno 17 She had been living In Ogden since 18GG Soren Sorensen an aged and high ly respected citizen of Fountain Green is dead after an illness of Bovornl mon...

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. — 24 June 1909

SERIAL STORY t t I TIDE I l he SMUGGLER I I iu J By ELLA MIDDLETON t fl TYBOUT 1 t Illustrations by Ray Walters j II Copjrlgbt IMIT Uj JoI Ik Upplncott Co f SYNOPSIS Three Rlrla Elizabeth Gabrielle and Kllse staitcd for Canada to spend the j summer there On bonnl steamer they wrra frightened by un apparently dement ed stranuer who flndlnK n bat belonging I to one of them took enjoyment In scru j w tinizing a photo of the trio Kllse shared I her stateroom with a Mrs Graham also bound for Canada Tim young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs Graham I anxiously nwaltlnx her husband who had < l a mania for urilliiifr Thc were Intio duced to Lord Wilfrid and lady Edith A cottage by the ocean was rented by leeolWo Wl rRI eW the trio for the summer Elizabeth learned that n friend of her fathers was I to call Two men called ono of them j being the queeracting stranger on the 1 steamer The girls were not at home I but discovered by the curds left that one of the men was Kllzabcths < fat...

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. — 24 June 1909

o or v r g y Etl A ROYAL CONNOISSEUR t James II Laughlln a wealthy col lector of Plttsburg recently discov ered n hoax In his gallery and com pelled a dealer to refund the 9GOO that has boon paid for a 30 work of artMr Mr Laughlln as this episode shows Is a connoisseur of no mean ability At u recent dinner ho pointed out bril liantly tho limitations and the shal lowness of court painters Then hu laughed and said t A movement was on foot for tho alliance of King Charles of Wurtom berg and the Grand Duchoss Olga of l Tlussln An emissary of the Russian court came to tho young king laid certain proposals before him and sub I mitted a portrait In oils of the royal t lady King Charles after a close scru tiny said J This portrait flatters overmuch The eyes aro too largo and brilliant tho hair too abundant tho complexion too flowerIlka and the neck and arms too beautiful altogether I But you majesty said the aston ished Russian you do not know tho grand duchess No said he king but I hifow c...

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. — 24 June 1909

r f n Dooreaseeeseeseeeeoeeeeoeeeoeeoeeeeaeeoeeeee Prompt > Courteous i t Telephone Service is what t i everybody wants Get it by I using The Phone that talks I ri f ° d Utah Independent Telephone Co i ft I SS oeeeeeeaseoeoeeeeoeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeoeoeeeeeoeeeoao 9 h k r It I y i 30 June 24th to July 10th inclusive For the round trip to Los Angeles good returning to October 31 1909 The Elks Excursion To the land of 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 1 f i v f h J Dr 1 C SCOTT ij J DENTIST Office Phono No 43110 if W O Creor Bldg Spanish Fork Utah IND PHONE OFFICE HOURS RR81DBNOE NO 48 10 TO IS A M OfrlOE HO 4SA 2 TO 4 p M DR A G STODDARD I IN W O CREER BUILDING ° SPANISH FORK UTAH Dr W E Warner Quarantine and City Physician JJ Office at City Drug Storo L I Spanish Fork Night calls answered...

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. — 24 June 1909

H < = < 1 > = = DI G C 1 LJ MeKMS yBy WpLDON FA E I MIIVIP r i yDyWALDONr dIDIII 1IWIII II IbIIIIlIIIllr v 1 I i I Oil varloun reasons not tho least of which mo the influence for F content and tho oncouragomunt of onllHtiront It has long been the ambition of the authorities to linvo the enlisted men of tho I American navy tako rank as tho huHt paid and best fed gallon In the world The former y has ICOM merely a matter of Inducing congress to make liber al expenditure but the latter has Involved no end of thought and work Gradually however the matter of supplying tho bent possible food In tho moat I a I i F ll I H O f w i t 4 f s I id 1 1i i r t 6 r COOK PREPARING OEcJERT Of PE > ETC appetizing form to largo numbers of V 1 bluejackets afloat and ashore has t been reduced to a line science 14 To bo sure the public does hoar now and then more or leap strenu I IHIB complaints from naval tars on A I tho score of tho faro provided t r Lboard ship but these protests uro nowhere...

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. — 24 June 1909

r f THIRD OPERATION I PREVENTED I By LydiaEPinkhams Veg etable Compound Chicago Ill I want to tell you 1 what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound thlLt two of the did best for me doctors I was In Chicago so sick said I would dlo if I did not have an operation I had sr already had two operations and r Zr they wanted me to go through a 1 third oho I suffered day t ° i and night from in r5 w ilammation and a 11 nl small tumor and k t1 t never thought of 4 seeing a 1 well day Ii 2 < again 1 A friend I 4 I J1 told mo how Lydla Erinkhams Veg etable Compound had helped her and I tried it and after tho third bdltlo 8i was cured MrsAiAKNA SPKHLLNG 11 Langdon Street Chicago 111 If you are ill do not drag along at homo or in your place of employment until an operation is necessary but build up the feminine system and re move the cause of those distressing aches and pains by taking Lydia E inkhams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs For thirty years it has been the stan dard remedy ...

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. — 24 June 1909

Local Jots A roomed I house for sale or rent For particulars apply to Mrs Mary E Cox 0 < Cuui A young man named Merrill of Ala bama is in here visiting with his cou sin J W Thomas of Leland Uobt Snedden of Suit Lake is in town putting in the steam heating ap paratus nt the Second ward meeting house I John A Lewis formerly of this city I who now owns a farm In Snake RIver Valley Idaho is in town visiting rela tives and frclnds He called at this olHce and left a pamphlet describing tho wonderful resources of that country Claud Saxey of the U S Postal Service Is home from Idaho where he Las been working the past six weeks He will leave soon for Ogden where I he will take up the run between that I city and San Francisco i While driving up town Wednesday I afternoon with his wife and little son I W A Jones horse became frightened by the breaking of an axle clip and ran I away smashing the buggy badly Mr t Jones sustained a slight injury to one i foot The others were not injured I Stel...

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. — 1 July 1909

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 PRESS = = = = = = VOL VIII NO 24 SPANISH FORT UTAH THURSDAY JULY J 1 1009 at Kntorod Spanish Fob Fork 21J 1002 Utah as eerond Act of clnss Congress matter March Post 3 Office 1S78 m FATAL FIGHT OVER + MONGREL DOG One Man in the Morgue and An other in Jail as the Result of a Quarrel Over Common Cur I Two Negroes Engage In Fight at Cheyenne the One Who Received the Worst of the Encounter Resorting to the Us of FJrtarme I L Cheyenne Wyo Tlford Ashford IB dead and Harry Allen Is In Jail charged with Ijls murder and all bo canso of a worthless mongrel dog Allen u colored vendor of hot to o males called at the saloon of Ash ford also colored at 7 oclock Monday morning accompanied by his dog After several drinks Allon made his dog perform tricks and during the performance the dog Jumped against the bar Ashford was behin...

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. — 1 July 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS A Suit Lake syndicate Is making ar rangements to Install tho waterworks nystrm In Kplirnlm The Salt Lake Federation of Labor Is planning tho erection of one of the finest labor temples In the west Utahs fruit exhibit at tho Seattle exposition hug been placed In post tlon and Is causing no end of favor able comment According to tho statement of men well versed In the sheep Industry the price of mutton Is going to soar to a 1 record notch this fall John PaponotiHlt a Ureok laborer was kicked In the bead by a horse nt Garflold his death occurring ilK hi was being taken to a hospital It Is claimed that sheepmen of Utah hnve lost about 300000 this year as a result of their Belling their wool last winter to tho eastern commission houses The demand for space In tho manu facturers hull at the state fair to be held this fall has been so great that It Is feared the association will bo un able to accommodato all t...

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. — 1 July 1909

lo m I erne AMERICAN EAGLE I All hall thou grand and great ancestress of thy glorious brood of half a i hundred hallowed states I Extending thy expansive form across a continents i wide fields One wing deep dipping In Atlantics brine the other Ji oer Pacifics bosom spread I f fI1 1I t t Low trailing thy tailfeathers In the frozen ocean of 4 I the north I I And heaving thy pulsating breast above the torrid wa ters of fair Mexicos broad gulf K Within thy talons bearing for the friend the olive branch of peace > 7 And weapons of destruction for the foe that would as f t sail the smallest of thy progeny I Well Holdest thou thy haughty head aloft within the starry sky For though but young thou art a giant grown of conscious might acknowl edging few peers Mayst thou forever tranquil dwell In harmony with all thine own And unmolested by the powers of eartnrespected by the strong and honored by the weak v And mayet thou never know defeat nor learn to bow thy head In shame J UjYV True Mea...

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. — 1 July 1909

t rrrr A CHINESE CLASS roil TUB YOUTIIKPL UltATUItS To < < nrn and Uwlte nt School In China tnr across HIP KIM VliiTC things rtro add no llicv can lie You never hennl such din unit noise As In the school for llttlo IHJVS Preen brightest Hlll down to dunce They study all uut loud nt wv In fact limy fairly strum mill shout At top of lung Oitlr Itwsoii out To do our studies quietly In school Is best I tOr you And me Hut garnrttmps when We hixvo to sit So errs null I think ot It How 11 would help Itktt everything To wift us in nor DilRetlnR If we could yull u tilt you know ts schoolboys tlo In flu Xlnicno Youths Oomrmnlon DOLLS FOR YOUNG VIOLINIST Boy Who Astonished Hungarian Ar tistes by Music Enjoys His Playthings The fads of musicians are known to be many and varied but here Is a new one Kalmnn ilev the boy vio linist who recently astonished Hun I garian artistes with his playing t spends his spare hours when not prac ticing or performing playing with dolls Willingly he admits ...

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. — 1 July 1909

i t I i it S I Iu TIMETABLE 1 u N p TABLE I f Pa SOUTIIllOUND v No Forfiyson SanLaQuln and i I Loa Angeles 6t8 pm No 6J For Payioo Nephl and I p ManU 845 aK NORTII ROUND L s NocForprovoPLOroveAmer I I lean Fork Lehl Mcrcur v A Ii Salt Lako UJTan f NoOIFor Provo Salt Lake and IntertntMlUte points S30 pm r PttlatHl trains aro now running dally bo twerp Salt Lako anil tho 1nclflo Coast y UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two a great oltlaa Heat local 1 train service g 4 + J II llotiTNEii District Passenger Agent J N 1KTiRsen Depot Ticket Agent i I 4 I G QEIttIIR YM IDGRANDE i 6nAtOlDw 1 IQ GAA da t W t Arrival and departure ot trains from Depot No 7oor Spring llleProroSolt Lake und all points cast and nent80am Noes 1orSprlnRvllle Proro SaltLako mud all points east andweat942 pm No 11101 Eureka Mammoth and 811 I MrClty 827 pm No 28 For IlurcUa Mammoth and Sll crClty 6 l5nro Connections made In Olden Union depot with all trains oC Southern Iacldo and Oregon Short Lino OFFERS CHOICE OF ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 1 July 1909

ROjP AN tp l FAQ Jjv 1 < iI < N A NEW VARIETIES OF TOMATOES 5 For Special Table UseRequired by Large Hotels GreenHouse Grown Fruit Most Desirable i Tho forcing of tomutooH under glass has assumed considerable proportions r In tho middle and northern states nnd tho demand for tho green h houso grown crop Is steadily In creasing This Is duo to tho fact that tomatoes when grown under glass are superior to those that are grown in tho extreme southern slates and s which must necessarily be picked partially green and shipped long dis tances before reaching our markets jFor special table use ouch as Is de manded by large hotels the green housegrown fruit will always bo In demand A number of varieties have I J been put on tho market for cultiva tion under glass Some of these are very good but none has alltho char acteristics which would render It Ideal Tho ideal tomato Is ono with tho following characters combined 1 A fruit without n depression at tho stem and 2 A round fruit without ...

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. — 1 July 1909

J > > i > WHEN YOUR BACK ACHES It It I a Warning That the Kidneys Are Sick and Need Help A bad back makes every day a dull round of pain and misery Its a sign the kidneys aro sick and cannot keep Up their never ending task of filtering tlio blood Lame back 1 backache dizzy I Ji spells and urinary disorders are warn ings that must not bo overlooked A 0 Smith 103 E Mills St Liberty 1 Mp says I was I racked with pain j stiff and lame had dizzy spells and a terrible condition of the kidney secretions I got so mis erable I went to bed but the doctor did not do anything for mo and no ono expected roe to recover Doans Kidney Pills first relieved then cured me and I have had no kidney trouble for seven years since Y Sold by all dealers CO cents a box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y It Is as dllllcult for some people to draw their own conclusions as It Is for them to extract their wisdom teeth I TUMOR OF FOUR YEARS GRO WIll Removed by Lydia E 1 Pink hamsVegetableCompound Lindley Ind Ly...

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. — 1 July 1909

2 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS SUJlSJUlfION Onu tir II 1 M PAYAIILI IN ADVANCK WKKKLV zsI ANIMKW JKNSKN PUll Ll8ll1lt Local Jots Celebrate the 4th of July on the 5th und do It in Spanish Fork The Big Day at The Press ollice Is Saturday Butter Paper Day A laughter was born to Mr and Mm William Chambers Wednesday hoUse for Renta 5 room house on Springvlllc road See Mrs Clayton Beck The Salem Silver bund will IMS in at tendance at the base ball game Satur day afternoon Chas Browne an old resident of this city is down from Mammoth visiting for a short time Katie Thomas left Tuesday for Salt Lake where she will spend the summer with her sister Mrs It C lex Miss Mamie Proctor of Oregon Ill is in town visiting with her cousins Mrs F C Milliner Mrs Hans Larsen and Mrs John L Jones Lust Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Heber T Robertson entertained a number of relatives in honor of Mr Robertsons G2nd birthday A II Lindsay of the Standard Elec tric Co was in Nephi Wednesday and signed up for the electri...

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. — 8 July 1909

r < f I r V1W1 > T NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your nubscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance d u THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I FORKUTAHTHIJRSDAY JULY s 1000 Untored Feb 21 1902 as secondclass matter I Post OrtVo SPANISH FORK UTAH JUJu1TSIO9 VOL VIII NO 25 r L U LJ at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congroin March 3 1879 j HOPE FOR PEACE f IN THE FUTURE j Three Great Nations Committed to Policies of Peace in Shadow of F rt Ticonderoga 1 President Taft and Ambassadors At tend Celebration of Three Hun dredth Anniversary of the DIs i i covery of Lake Champlain t I Bluff Point N YWlth the ar t valor President Taft of Ambassador I Jusserand of France Ambassador I Bryce of Great Britain Secretary of War Dickinson ana Vice Admiral Urtu of Japan the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the discovery of Lake Champlain which had been contlned during the past two days to the states of New York and Vermont on I j Tuesday took...

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. — 8 July 1909

I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS L ANDREW JENSEN Publisher I SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS I Work on tho new Rio Gran Jo de pot In Salt tako City Is now pro grossing rapidly J August 26 has boon sot npurt nt 4V I Utah day at tho Alaska YiikonPiiclilc 1 exposition at Seattle Tho tnbcmaclo f choir Is expected to bo present at that Umc An Italian succeeded In passing a Confederate 100 bill at Helper ono r day last week but tho man who took r p tho bill soon noticed his mistake and had the Italian arrested The secretary of stato received In fees for tho quarter ending Juno 30 Uio total of 2008894 > which Is throo i times as much as tho olllce receipts of tho corresponding quarter last year I From almost every agricultural dls < trlct 4ii Utah there comes a call for t help In garnering this yoars crop ° t tho general cry being that It is al most ImposBlblo to socuro farm la borers Tho people of Sandy aro discussing tho proposition of buying tho water works system tho control of which 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. — 8 July 1909

ITIE lURK OPJf YmAR NTf l You should require good service when you have your watch repaired A poor workman will more than likely ruin a good watch Our watch experts are all men of years of ex perience In their work and we guar antee everything they do You cant lose If you deal with us Imrtne ilea r ffj tin J MAIM SL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH HARRY J ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW C0430B Jude Dulldlni Salt Leke City SPANIARD SEEN AT HIS BEST Illustration of Courtesy and Hospital ity It Would Be Hard to Find Match For Havolock Ellis fn his Soul ot Spain has revealed Intimately and charmingly tho temperament of the Spanish people According to him the Spaniard is still fundamentally primitive In proof of hla possession of the primal Instincts of hospitality and charity he quotes tho following anecdote from an Aragoneso newspa per of a few years ago at a time when there was much distress In Aragon A laborer out of work came on the highroad determined to rob the first person ho mot This was a man wit...

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. — 8 July 1909

Irrsirra sra 11 1 I < M f f a TIME iMBnaroi iMBnaroiTABLE SOtrrililOUND f No For rayon Snntaqiiln and 4 Los AntrclCH BIU pm i No 63For 1Ioon Neplil and ManU h h 945 < < an 4 NOKTHnOUNI 1S No UFor Provo PI Orore Amer q J ican Fork Lent Mcrcur Salt Lake Il97ac No 4For Provo Salt Itiko on i t Intrrmfillato point lt30 m Palatial trains are now running dally be S tween Salt Lakn anil the Pacific Coast UTAH COUNTY In I In direct touch with two < great cities Heat local train service J II lionruin District Pauwnger Agent N PETIIUIICH Depot Tloket Agent DETNHv ERE1RIDfiRANDE F RN e k ID GRAND1Dw I Arrival and departure of trains from Depot No 71or SprlnitvIlleProTO8alt Lake and all points cast and west 8IOnn NoM ForSprlnuvllle IroTOSalt Lake r nml all pctntu east and ne8t342prt No 81or Eureka Mammoth and Sli ver City 617 p m No 281or Uurcka Mammoth and 911 vcr Oily OilSnn Connections made In Ogden Union depot with all trains of Southern 1ucltlo and Oregon Short Line OFFERS cuoio...

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