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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 12 August 1909

tal a o ode aosa liitmita r > te tl ago Prompt > 1 Courteous Telephone Service is what t everybody wants Get it by 1 f < using The Phone that talks r J t Lr Utah Independent Telephone Co j 1 1r r ti itilHNiA l1t 0ti itltitlll NN fi iiNA j ii 4 f t > AlaskaYukonPacific I I Jv t Exposition > SEATTLE WASHINGTON i Daily 75 Daily to 55 to Sub September September 30th r 3oth f To Portland and Return I From All Stations in Utah 1 Via Salt Lake Route Tickets good via Los Angeles and Salt Lalo City i A local agent or writo Kenneth C Kerr D P A Salt Lake City t f Dr C O SCOTT = x DENTIST 1 I Office Phono No 43e j 1 W O Creer Bldd Spanish Fork Utah j IND PHONE OPPIOB HOUR RMIDBNOE NO 40 10 TO IS A Mi 01110 NO 4SA 2 TO 4 PM r DR A 0 STODDARD IN W O CRECR BUILDING SPANISH FORK UTAH I Dr W E Warner r Quarantine and City Physician j Office at City Drug Store l ° Spanish Fork s + Night calls answered from Creer Bldg 11 jf Next to the Bell Telephone office I > 1iq Dr J W Hagan Offi...

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. — 12 August 1909

SERIAL I STORY w TIlE SMUGGLER By ELLA MIDDLETON TYBOUT Illustrations by Ray Walters VOIllllbl 1UII7 by J U UpimicoU Co SYNOPSIS Three RlrM Kllznbotli OnbrlMlo and Kllse started for Canada to spend tho summer there On board atcntncr they wore frightened by nn nppirfntly dom nl fOIl Btrantcr who IKJliiK a bus belonBlns to ono of them look enjoyment In scru tinizing a plioto at lie trio iilsa shared her Btiitcronm with a Mrs Graham also bpuni for Canada Tho young women on n elRhtsecltiR tour met Mrn Qrnlmm nnxloiiRly nwaltlnc herxliUBlmncJ who had ii rnnnln for snlHiiK They wer Intro duced to Lord Wilfrid ThOr Lndy IJdltli A cottngo by the occui was runted by the trio for the summer Kllznbetn learned that a friend of lujr fathers wns to call Two men called one ol them being tho nueetnutlng atrnnger on tho steamer Tlo girls were not at homo lint discovered by tho cnrds left that ono of tho mei was Kllzahcths fathers friend Tho men proved to bo John C HI alto and Cordon Uonnott Tho part...

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. — 12 August 1909

n eaaaaaamsa HOSTS OF GRAND ARMY OF THE I REPUBLIC IN GREAT PARADE Spectacular Review Is Climax of the Fortythird National Encampment in Salt Lake City Veterans Are Warmly Received and Well Cared For in Utahs Capital J Salt Lako City Aug HToday i was the cllmnx of the fortythird na I tional encampment of the Grand Army of tho Republic the day on which the men who nearly half a cen tury ago fought to preserve tho union once again fell Into line answered the rollcall and marched bravely though often with faltering steps to tl the music of the fife nnd drum Never In all the years of Its exist ence has the Grand Army had a na tional encampment review that sur South Temple street Here just to the left of the Brigham Young pioneer monument and close to Temple square I the reviewing stand had been erected It was occupied by Comraandorln Chief Henry M Novlus Gov William Spry of Ttnh the chief executives of other stales and n large number of other officIals and distinguished I guests The par...

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. — 12 August 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WEEKLY = = ANDREW JENSEN PUHLISIIKU i Local Jots A son was born to Mrs Herbert Williams last Saturday q Mrs J J Turner of Garden City Kansas Is visiting with F M Turner for a fcw days House and Lot for Sale2 blocks from Main Street For particulars call on George Stewart M Mr and Mrs A C Larsen have just returned from tt long trip over rough roads to Price by team Quite a number of our citizens went up to Zion to witness the monster GA R parade Wednesday forenoon S A Stanford of Salt Lake is in town assisting John W Finch with his plumbing work while John is disabled The buying public should read the ad vertisement announcing the bargains offered by Bolts Department Store at Provo Umbrella Lost Black mercerized cloth brass handle almost new Word Jensen on knob Finder kindly noti fy this office Mrs C A Larsen from Ephraim and her daughter Mrs E W Larsen of Pocatello Idaho are visiting with I Mrs Alma Jensen i a I Mr and Mrs E H Johnson returned 1 this morning fr...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 19 August 1909

NOTICE The 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 t THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I VOL VIII NO 31 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 10 1909 at Entered Spanish Feb Fork 21 1902 Utah as Bocondclnns Act of Congress matter March Post 3 Office 1878 JAPANESE KillED 1 J BY EARTHQUAKE SERIOUS DISTURBANCE IN CEN TRAL JAPAN CAUSES LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY The Dead Is Said to Number Thirty While Many Were Injured Hun I dreds of Buildings Being De stroyed or Damaged i Toklo Reports received concern Ing the earthquake In central Japan on Saturday show that thore was a number of fatalities and that great damage was done to property The dead at present Is said to number thirty though It Is feared that the fa talities will be greatly Increased In tho outlying districts when heard from Tho number of persons Injured is 82 Thus far 362 buildings including many temples are reported to have been destroyed and m...

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. — 19 August 1909

n THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH 1 THE UTAH BUDGET I 4 During tin Wild West show ill Salt i was bndly Injured his hors turning over backward nnl ftilllnK on him Jacob Dunk apparently a tramp I fell from n train near Tucker and wiui BO seriously Injured tint death resulted Judgu Patrick H Tallon one of the first men employed In the old Daly mine and n prominent citizen of Park City died of miners icousumptlon August 13 The 7yearold Bon of Vllllnm Lee man of Hooper fell from a wagon In mi endeavor to catch his lint which had blown off and was trampled by the homes death resulting two days Inter Iwo highwaymen held up n saloon In Salt Luke City on Saturday night while there wore about twenty per sons In the place secured about 2B < from the cash register rind made their sscapo Joe Starkey a bartender was shot by Frank Conelda a fellow employe at Blngham as the result of a slight altercation the shooting being entirely r ly Unjustlllablc however St...

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. — 19 August 1909

srmr esrar C A h SYNOPSIS Murray Sim lulr utul his RUHR of wreck ers were call il nut to clear the railroad J j tracks nt Smoky Creek McCloud n J young roiul superintendent riiURlit Sin clair anil his meu In tho net of looting till wreckrd trnln Sinclair plpndid In nocence iledlarlnK It only nmeinted to a mirill Rlirnll tram for the men McCloud discharged the whole outllt and ordered the wreckage burned 1 MeClond become ucqunlntuil with Dlckslo DunntnR a girl of the went who came to look at the wreck i CHAPTER III Continued from the divide it looked llko a inountnlti on fire Im sorry Mr Sin clair Is not here Why Indeed yes so am I Because 1 know him You are one of his men I presume I Not exactly but Is there anything I can do Oh thank you nothing except that the pretty bay colt he sent over to us has sprung his shoulder I He will be sorry to hear It Im sure sureHut Hut we arc doing everything pos sible for him Ho la going to make a perfectly lovely horse And whom may I say the messa...

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. — 19 August 1909

i I I CGJtYL303CQ1CCLOCCOCCOOCODID000ACOLOCOOOOOCOCC00 0 M r MB Prompt 0 ftu o e u u 9 1 i 0O Courteous 8o 8u 8o 9B u B = Telephone Service is what o u everybody wants Get it by e o 0 using The Phone that talks u 9e cDQ e e o i 1 i Utah Independent Telephone Co 8o 9 1 qeeaooao + ee OQeQ0 0 Os0 esQ ocOGaQ80 1I 1 I 1 AlaskaYukonPacific a Exposition SEATTLE WASHINGTON r J I J to Daily 5 5 7 5 Daily L + September September 30th 3oth To Portland and Return From All Stations in Utah Via Salt Lake Route TIckets good via Los Angeles and Salt Lake City Ask local agent or write Kenneth C Kerr D P A Suit Lako City > I n Dr CO SCOTT DENTIST Offloo Phono No 43tt 1 W O Creor Bldg Spanish Fork Utah IND PHONE CPFICE HOUR nEnlDKNOB NO 49 tO TO 12 A M 1 I OPPIOB HO 43A 2 TO 4 P M i DR I AG STODDARD t n IN W O CRBER BUILDING I SPANISH PORK UTAH I I Dr W E Warner l Quarantine and City Physician 1 Oftlco at City Drug Store j Spanish Fork j l NIght calls answered from Creor Bldi Next to the Bell Telep...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 19 August 1909

w > fJ e r < rt 3 A F if It I iii it fiA fih < t The r arts d i t4 m j f fi i < Ll Sending Photographs bu Wireless I r Not content with sending wireless messages for hundreds of miles a through the ether Mr Hans Knudson a Danish engineer has recently per fected an electrical appliance by means of which actual photographs may be sent through the air without wires and reproduced with great fidelity at a re r ceiving station hundreds or even thou f sands of miles away The photograph J shown at the left Is the small piece of i I ci apparatus which sends the photograph 1J ar and on the right Is reproduced a pho 1 I tograph of King Edward VII of Eng A t land which was actually sent by Knud s sons apparatus and reproduced 100 i miles awuy the whole process occu pying only 12 minutes ENGLISH AUTOMOBILE HOUSE 1 e The latest development In automo l tiling for pleasure Is the construction I ° of a real houso on wheels The ma If chine shown In the photograph con 3 tains comfortable ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 19 August 1909

i TRGPhIaIOF r U IANTLr1 It means a great deal to you to buy your Jewelry of a reliable house The business Is based on confidence and our fortyeight years of square dealing have placed us at the head of the re liability class Everything In diamonds watches sliver tableware clocks and optical goods tmMf 11 > goodaVi IIM ft Vi I7O 7h tMAINSX SALT LAKC CITY UTAH I All Hallows = College = I SALT LAKE CITY BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS Clan beflai WrJnciday September 8 + Clinical Scientific and Commercial u courser Special department for little boy under the care of a trained teacher Gjmniiiura and Military Drill under tbe direction of tpecial initruclori For terms and information apply U Very Rev J J Guinan 511 President HARRY j ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 30430B Judge Building Salt Lllk City Gems of Thought Lost Forever Mr Jlnglo suddenly turned back his curt and wrote upon It It happened I In an Interval of tho passing the champagne It Do you often take notes In that f way asked a ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 19 August 1909

SERIAL STORY 1 THE t SMUGGLER By 1 ELLA MIDDLETON TYBOUT Illustrations by Ray Walters eup7Hrb t IWIjbjr J H UpplUCuUlo y SYNOPSIS Three girls Elizabeth Onbrlello and Kllho started for Cinmdii to spend tho summer there On bourd steamer they were frightened liy nil apparently dement ed stranger who flndltiK n bag belonging 1 to tine of them took enjoyment In Heru t m tlnlzInK n photo of the trio Elise shared her stateroom with u Mrs Graham also bound for Cnnndn The young women on u HlKhtseelncr tour met Mrs Graham nnxloualy nwnltlnx her husband who had a mania for sailing They were Intro lured to lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith A cottage by the ocean Wits rented by the trio for the summer Elizabeth 1 learned that a friend of her father was to call Two men called one of them being the iiueeractlnK stranger oh the steamer The girls wero not at home but discovered by the rards left that ono of the men was ICIIzabetbs fathers friend The men proved to be John C Illnke and Gordon Bennett A wisp...

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. — 19 August 1909

l i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS v WEEKLY E ANDRUW PDHLIBHHR SUIISCIUITION One year 160 1 PAVAIirK IN ADVANOK t Local Jots A son was born to Mrs Albert Swen 1 lien on the Gth Inst A daughter was born to Mrs Morris Mnrtell Wednesday I A second hand U S Separator for Sale For particulars sec Pl Thomas House and Lot for SaleTwo blocks west of Y DL Coop For particulars I see John W Jones sup 2 A carload of tin cans has arrived at i tha depot for the canning factory which j wll start next week Contractor Chris Larsen has now finished the cement sidewalks as far as Mrs Hilma Hales corner Horses and Surrey for SaleOne horse two the other three years old For particulars see John Thomas tf Mr and Mrs C W Booth gave a family reunion last Sunday in honor of Mrs John F Mellors 69th birthday The Salt Lake Houte is offering spe cial rate on Aug 25 26 and 27 on account of the visit of President Taft to Suit Lake Mr Thomas S Ward gave a party at his residence southeast of town last Monday in honor of Mrs...

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. — 26 August 1909

s tie < < I l OTICE The date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscripiton Is paid Kindly be as prompt ns possible in paying in advance = = = = I j I THE SPANISH f f FORK P ESS r VOL VIIX NO 32 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY AJJGU0 25 1900 at J Spaniels Fork 31 1002 Utah secondclans Act of Con Kress matter March Post 3 Omco 1879 FAilS c TO REACH c Pfflf I I WELLMANS SECOND JOURNEY IN BALLOON RESULTS IN DISASTER 1J f Party of Four Makes Safe Descent 1fr fr t f After Thlrtytwo Mile Ride But i t Further Attempts Precluded by Destruction of Balloon f 1 j Hnramerfest Advices received J from Camp Wellman Spltzonborger under date of August 15 state that I Walter Wellmans second attempt to call over tho North pole In a balloon has resulted In a failure The giant I dirigible balloon America in wnlch l Mr Wellman and his party of three M1 let out proceeded about thirtytwo miles from the starting point Mr Wellman and his party suc ceeded In making a safe landing and...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 26 August 1909

fThr l jr i1 NTrl r lf your wntch doesnt keep accurat time it IB either out of order or no pood In either case you should ate us We employ seven expert wntch mnkers who do nothing hut repair watches We sell all standard makes of watches at the lowest possible prices Guarantee both fIi u I ITO AIn l SALT LAKE CITY UTAH All Hallows = College = SALT LAKe CITY BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS Clan bfflni Wfdn id 7 September 8 I Clanlctl Scientific oJ Commercial coartii Special department for little t > jt under the car of a trained teacher Gmnailnn and Military DriU andertaedirectlonof pedal initrnctori I For term and Information l apply to I Very Rev J J Guinan S M President n A TT1 VTrFP Adtlc M to patent PATENTS I I aLilit tr and Procedure I < FREE upon requeiU tad ketch ud description of your iarectioD l Harrjr J Rnuinson Atttrne at Law and Saticitor ef Patent 35 Jidf Buildinr Salt Laka City MANY WORKED ON WIRELESS Ae Far Back i 1853 Lord Kelvin Wai i 1 Experimenting with the ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 26 August 1909

r j 1Ii 1ItY CHAIRMAN INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION i I t r f t q fj y J r r t t f LI > s r4 t S 1 td 4 t it m Recent photograph of Martin A Knapp chairman of the Interstate Com t merce Commission t r u WE CAN WIN CHINA I t Former Consul Denby Says Field Is Limitless for America Sor the Conquest of the Chinese Trade Field United States Must Cease to Regard Empire Mere g ly as Market Place J Washington The American dollar r with the American man behind It That said Charles Dcnby recently r consul general at Shanghai who Is In rr Washington en route to a new post of duty at Vienna should be the a motto for the conquest of the Chinese trade field To achieve success we Bfe must cease to regard China merely as a market and begin to consider It a y region for permanent Investment We cannot hopo to sell our goods by k i standing at the doors of our ware houses We must get closer to the Chinese people They aro unusually friendly I toward Americans as a result of < our generous policy...

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. — 26 August 1909

I F i L UJCJ + rJvJba11YWU + OtbJU 700003000to6Oi10S OQeoQQeeO f oa P fl 1 I HL If Prompt I 9D a I I 9 9U l Courteous 9O 0 i 15 Telephone Service is what I l everybody wants Get it by g = r t a using The Phone that talks 0 g t 9 0 0 F 9a 9e g i ay o a Utah Independent Telephone Co i If e IJ YO90001D09809lI00000093090C90000DO000009099 r f < 1 a l AlaskaYukonPacific Exposition L SEATTLE WASHINGTON j I il t Daily 75 Daily f to 5 5 to i September September 30th f 3oth I 1 k To Portland and Return r r i From All Stations in Utah i i Via Salt Lake Route r Tickets good via Los Anpoles and SnIt Lake City 6 Ask local agent or write Kenneth I G Kerr D 1J I A Suit Lake City I t 1t = t t Dr C O SCOTT i DENTIST I Office Phono No 43a F W O Creer Bldtf Spanish Foil Utah l i IND PHONE OFFICE HOURS s HEnlOBNOH NO4 10 TO 12 A M e OFFJOB 10 43A 2 TO 4 PM it I I un AG STDDDARD I r C i IN w o CREEK BUILDING e jr i i SPANISH FORK UTAH A 1 Dr W E Warner k Quarantine and City Physician f t Office at Cit...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 26 August 1909

> r < 1 t 9 7 1D I 1 < r p J JEl NEt1I = i t h r f t s 1 Jf I u t r 1 > e Io r f r V t r = r AMILIAIUTY tis said breeds contempt but I have an extreme respect for a 12Inch gun on a F battleship The very Inst thing I care for In tent connection la Y either familiarity or contempt The wen who work It who some day will light with Itlet those men explain how Innocent such a gun Is how facile Its manage I ment how bland Its temper how ° exquisite Its adjustment Not h Listen to those men a while and you will believe that it Is less dangerous to be locked s J Inside the turret while a big gun is being liiei Hum It Is to cross Broadway at Twentythird street Perhaps It Is but I prefer Broadway And yet the fascination A great gun has for the Imagination the potency of evil itself Emblem of force symbol of destruction It stands serene majestic while round Its muzzle gather all the forces of the races struggles and through Its breech march hate pain grief ambition power and death Th...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 26 August 1909

1 b I I r r DOINGS S T TfllY C IT9L Th IR Employes to Found Bungalow Town I t 1 1 Although not nt all WASHJNOTONAlthonJh 1 Utopian In any of their Ideas nor Intent upon carrying ont a sociological ° d experiment a group of officeholders s In tho capital most of them govern ment clerks has practically completed plans for the execution of ono of tho most novel schemes In tho history of real estate trading In tho capital Tholr primary object Is to escape the burden of paying rent In tho city and to substitute suburban life for urban life and with this end In view they Intend to found a bungalow town in which the limits of cost of nearly everything necessary to household t upbuilding and maintenance will bo I held to tho lowest possible level Just whore Bungalow Town will bo located has not yet been definitely c determined but It will comprluo an i area of 15 to 20 acres convenient to t some of the suburban trolley lines This land can now bo secured at a > cost not to exceed 1000 an ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 26 August 1909

1 t i If 1I 1 I I I 11 IBANK HSPEABM AN i ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWLKS COFYRICNT BY C6r4SrSC SBNERb cSONS SYNOPSIS Murray Sinclair and Ills Bans Of wreck ers worn called out to clear Ie railroad tracks at Smoky Creek McClnuil a young road superintendent caught Sin clair and Ills men In the act or looting tho wrecked train Sinclair pleaded Inv tioccnce declaring It only amounted to a small sumI treat for the men McCloud discharged tho whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned McCloud became acquainted with Dlcksln Dunning a Klrl of the west who came to look at the wreck Sho gave him a mesince for Sin clair Whispering Gordon Smith told f President Bucks of the railroad of Mc Clouds brave light against a gang of crazed miners and that was tho reason for the superintendents appointment to hIs high olllcc McCloud arranged to board at the boarding house of Mrs Sin clair tho exforemans deserted wife CHAPTER V Continued Betty came with only her colored maid old Puss Dunning who had take...

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. — 26 August 1909

r I I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS r WEEKLY ANDREW JENSEN PUIILIHUKR SUIISOIIHTJON One year IIM PAYABLEiN VANCE Local Jots Cut prices on all slippers at Oran Lewis A son was born to Mrs Chas Poulson last Monday A son Was born to Mrs B H Stah mann last Tuesday A daughter was born to Mrs K C Jex at Salt Lake on the 16th inst Mrs Joseph Chappel of the Third ward is quite III with symptoms of typhoid fever The select ball at the City pavilion last night was a grand success socially and financially Miss Stella Bradford has gone to Salt Lake where she will visit with relatives and friends for a short time One day last week Bishop Benjamin Argyle had his arm fractured while having a little trouble with a horse pWm Bona since having the cement walks put in in front of his home is now putting up a new picket fence t also Frank Abbot ill down from Salt Lake on account of the baby being quite sick with summer complaint in Spanish Fork The quarterly conference of the Nebo Stake will be held in the Sp...

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