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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 16 September 1909

a i mm TIME t TABLE SOUTIIflOUND No lFor P yion SnnUQUln and I Los Angeles 8B8 pm No 63 For 1ayton Nephi I and Mantl B4 aR fi J NOUTHnOUND i i No peror Provo PLOrore Amer j lean Fork Leht Mercur SaIL Iake ItiCTam No 4For frown Salt take l and s Intermediate points Sno pm l Palatial trains nfo now running dally boo tirorn Salt Lake and the Pacific Coast UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two great cities Dost local train servloo r J H IIUHTNin District Passenger Agent I N PETERSEN Depot Ticket Agent F a 1D6RANDE R w ID GRANDE WEr Arrival and departure 01 trains from Depot < No 7 ForSprlnffvllloProvoSolt Lake und all points east and west 810am No 28 1orbprlnuvlllo IVoTOSalt Lako < and all points east and west342pm No 8or Eureka Mammoth and Sil No 18For ver City Eureka Mammoth and Sil 27pm ver City oilSam Connections made In Ogden Union depot with all trains ot Southern Pucl o und Oregon Short Llno OFFERS CHOICE OF 3 FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 3 AND IIIKEE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES ...

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. — 16 September 1909

d p ow 7 A TEXAS CLERGYMAN J speaks Out for the Benefit of Suffer ing Thousands Rev Q M Gray Baptist clergy nan of Whltosboro Tex says Pour years ngo I Buffered misery with IUIII I b o K o Every I4 t movement was one of pain Doana Kid n ney Pills removed d the whole dimciilty after only a short dsy tliiio Although Ida not tike to have my P n ino used publicly make Hit exception In this case so thai oilier sufferers from kidney trouble may profit by my experience Sold by nil dealers no cents a bccc FosterMllburn Co Iluffnlo N Y DEEP SEA TALK I1 II J I t 3 L 1 4 1 t I Tho Porpoise hear that tho sporty old lobster went all to plccea in his last days Tho TortoiseWell I should say ho did go to pieces and small pieces lIe ended up hi a lobster salad Women In Postal Service The distinction of first appointing a woman postmaster dots not belong to America nor Is the iployinent of women in tho postal I vrvlco ti new Idea As early as 1648 a woman post master waa appointed to look after Ute ma...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 16 September 1909

TIE iRK cuy Nnr t + In dealing with b a Jewely store you want a liberal supply of reliability with each purchase Our goods are absolutely guaranteed and fifty years successful buslnesi has established our reputation for re liability 1 muou r uu r ij 7O SALT tAKE CITY > UT R HARRY J ROBINSON 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW 304305 Jude pulldlnt Salt Lk City NOTES FROM ABROAD From Brussels and for American use the bureau of manufactures Washington D C has received new application blanks and additional lit erature relating to the international u exposition to bo held In Belgium In 1910 1U10A I A now steamer the Vasarl Intend ed for mail and passenger carriage has boon put In service by the Lam port and Holt line between New Yorlt and Brazilian and Argentine ports During 1908 tho 308 furnaces In South Wales England had an aver age pig Iron production of 30000 tons against 27400 In 1907 and 16000 In 1882The The Japanese government will next year send commercial agents to Europe and America for the d...

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. — 16 September 1909

IL i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS V VV wIIILl ANDHKW SENIUIILI51llt SUIISCHIITION Ono year 111 > 0 IAvAiiti INADVANCK Local Jots SALT LAKE ROUTE TIME CARD NOW IN EFFECT I FOR SALT LAKE No GC gojng north 801 am No 02 going north 1015 am No Cl going north 328 pm FROM SALT LAKE No 63 gojng south 1015 am No 61going south 021 pm No 05 going south 1218 am Onions for sale at II M MarkkliamB of Lolnnil Mrs Sttna Holm of Palmyra Is vis iting with relatives In Eureka LOST Largo brass key Finder kindly return same to this olllcc Italian prunes and sweet plains for sale at Mrs Prlscllln Evans 50c per bushel Miss Minnie Creer left Sunday for Salt Lake where sho will attend tho V of U Mrs Nels Petersen Salt Lake Houto agent was In Provo visiting last Monday Mrs Chris Larsen and TNJifs May Lar son loft this evening to visit with rela tives at Robinson Mrs Caroline Holt and George P Thompson of the First ward were married In the MantI temple Wednes day i Miss Stella Bradford who went to Idaho about te...

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. — 23 September 1909

1 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 h i > i < I I THE SPANISH r FORK PRESS I 1 VOL VIII NO 35 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1909 Entered hebj9 as eecond class matter Post Office oJ I l o l1Jl lJ I t U 1tJ at Spanlah ForK Utnh Act of Congress Mnrch 3 18711 I N JOHNSON IS CULLED I f I I CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF MINNESOTA PASSES AWAY AFTER BRAVE FIGHT FOR LIFE Widely Known Man Who Rose to Prominence by His Own Efforts Is Sincerely Mourned by All Classes f 1I I t Rochester MlnnTho entire state i I of Minnesota Is In mourning for the t chief executive who had such a hold I upon his people that for three times II he was chosen as governor of the state who was a candidate last fall < for the Democratic nomination for president of the United States and regarded as the possible standard l bearer In 1912 r Governor John A Johnson died at u 325 Tuesday morning after a ...

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. — 23 September 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher i SPANISH FORK UTAH uu u t THE UTAH BUDGET r Reports from Cove In Sanpeto county aro to the effect that the smallpox epidemic is abating FIre which started In the mill of the Granite Lumber company In Salt Lake City caused damago of 00000 J L Peterson of Smithfield has exhibited at Logan twelve apples grown In his orchard that measured CO Inches Rouldcnts of the Round Hills arc to bo connected with Mt Pleasant and nil other centers of population In the very near future by telephone Between August 1908 und June J909 tho Trenton Rtatlon on tho Ore gon Short Line shipped 331 earn of grain and flour and 125 cars of beets Tho Logan city council has decided to KUbmlt tho question of prohibi tion to tho people and a special election will bo hold on November 2 Tho western wheat belt of Cache county produces about one tenth of all tho wheat raised In Utah Tho crop in tho state last year was 5600000 bushels Exceedingly heavy rains In Grand county...

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. — 23 September 1909

I 7 lfeANKfi ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWIES cof > YGr BY CHAS SCRIONfRSc50NS SYNOPSIS Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck ers were called out to clear tho rullrontt trucks ut bmoky CreeK McCloud n young road superintendent caught Sin clair and his men In tho net of looting 1 the wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In nocenco declaring It only amounted to a small SIlI11a trent for tho men McCloud discharged the whole on till and ordered the wreckage burned MoCloud became acquainted with Ulukslc Dunning u girl of the west who came to look at the wreck She gave him a message for Sin clair Whispering Gordon Smith told President Uucks of the railroad of Me Clouds bravo light against u gang of crazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendents appointment to Jilfl high olllcc McCloud arranged to board at tho boarding house of Mm Sin flair the exforemans deserted wife DIckMo Dunning was the daughter of the late Hlclnird Dunning who had died of a broken heart shortly after his wif...

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. — 23 September 1909

I If Ii t1 1 1ial TIME TABLE SOUIII1IOUND Woo IIIor PUYRon SBnLnIUln and lo Anieloa O 8 pm Woo O or layeon ophl alI < I ManU gU aa NOltTIInOUND No O I r j roI No OIFoaiV aill iio am InlormIIIILo points 830 pm Palnllal trlns aro 11O runnlnlf ally bu wMn 8alt fako Ind the 10Ino CoaA Ul11 COUNlY I In dlrtrt tolloh wlLh twO creat cILlo 1I0t looal trllin rYlco J1I UUnTNII Dfetrlct lI1ucnror Alron N PETERSEN Dopot Tloket Allent JDfiRANDE R 6nANO W Arrival and depnrturo 01 tralne trom Depol No7For SprlnllvllteProvoSlt Lako nDd all point ent nntl weat8IOam No toIor Hprlnllv1l1e lro oSalt Lako Rnd all polnLA east and uet342pm No IJor 1lIrokn Mammolh and HII vor City 07 p m No 81or I urekll rmmotb Bnd Sli ver City OI a m OooMCtlons made In Olden Union depot with 11 trains ot iouthorn Iaoillo nnd Oregoo Shon LIA OFllmS CllOICE Oo 3 FAST TnROUGH TRAINS DAILY 3 AND lIntEE DISTINCT SCENIO noUlES lulman Plaoe and ordinary 81coplnl earA to Deliver Omaha lan R Cltr St 1ouls alld Chle Co without o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 23 September 1909

f WWRAWaSWWWmoWAWRWWWWeWWWWAWWAAWAWexmAAAWWAAIWOW i 9 ii I I Prompt i E o Courteous I = i w t Telephone Service is what 1 4e B B everybody wants Get it by i i a B using The Phone that talks c 0 1 0s i to t Utah Independent Telephone Co I 4 rl I Vf W01m9A3WW3RWW30WWRAWWWWRCA03WWWWAAAA I > > WAAWOOAWAAIAA 1 AlaskaYukonPacific t l Exposition I i SEATTLE WASHINGTON Dail < to 5 5 to September September r 30th 3oth i To Portland and Return From All Stations in Utah 4 j Via Salt Lake Route p j 1 Tickets good via Los Angeles and Salt Lake City 1 Ask local agent or write Kenneth C Kerr D P A Salt Lake City f i 9 t Dr C O SCOTT f DENTIST 6 i f Office Phono No 43110 W O Creer Dldtf Spanish Fork Utah 1 I IND PHONE CPFICEHOURB RQ9IDENOB NO 45 10 TO 12 A M OFFICE HO 43A 2 TO 4 P M n r DR AGg STODDARD 1 t IN W O CREER DU1LDINQ SPANISH FORK UTAH I h I I Dr W E Warner y k Quarantine and City Physician yt t Office at City Drug Store r Spanish Fork > Night calls answered from Creer Bldg Ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 23 September 1909

ITIE MARK oF fticunanxTFc In dealing with a Jcwely store you want a liberal supply of reliability with each purchase Our good arc absolutely guaranteed and fifty years successful business has established our reputation for re liability Pi uu 170 MAIN ft SALT LAKE CITY UTAH Advice al to patent ITfc A TT RkTTlP PATENTS I I ability and Proceda A ft a JUil A u FREE upon request Send ketch and dticription of your Invtilion Harry J Rollnion Attorney at t Law and Solicitor of Patent 3045 Jadee Building Salt UV City The Most Expressive Word At a recent meeting of savants and others with pretension to authority In a 1 matter of language a discussion arose us to tho most expressive word in English While admitting that tho field was a wide ono and that decis ion could only rest upon tho very general groundo the participants took great Interest In tho question and many suggestions wero made It was observed that tho tendency was to name onomatopoetic words such as buzz crack rattle snap and thud...

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. — 23 September 1909

t BETZVIIXE TALES i Aunt KkinocoLura Betz and the Coach + man I fir V 1 rJ2y Ellis Parker BLrLt 7J Author of PigS is Pigs Eic r I JLLU5TRATED By PETER NEWELL n Aunt I Ilhlnocolura Betz has long t bnen the leader of Bctzvllle society t k circles and Justly so having always t eight more kinds of bottles of face i < wash on her toilet table than any oth o er lady but the real reason she keeps a carriage and coachman Is be cause of her wooden leg and not for I style But If a lady has to havo the n accessories of a wooden leg sho might tf 1 an well got all the style out of them 1 that she can If my head was very bald I would keep It so highly pol ished that It would be an ornament Five weeks ago last Tuesday Aunt t lihluocolura received a letter from f her cousins wife In Washington that i > was full of brag about her new coach I that was dark tan In the upholster upholster suit and sho said sho had got that i particular shade because It just matched her dark tan coachmans complexi...

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. — 23 September 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS rY VFlrtfYV ANUItrW JKNbKN IUIJMSIIKK UJlSCIUP1JON ni jrar I IoM IAYAIirK IN ADVANOK Local Jots SALT LAKE ROUTE TIME CARD NOW IN EFFECT FOR SALT LAKE No GO going north 801 am No 02 going north 1015 am No G4 going north 328 pin FROM SALT LAKE No 03 going south 1015 am No 01 going south 021 pin No 65 going south 1218 am W T Williams of Tucker was in town Wednesday on business R M Jex the florist Is suffering with inflammatory rheumatism The threeweeksold baby of Lars P Larson of Leland died Tuesday night Geo S Boyack returned to Jerome Idaho Thursday after spending two weeks with his family in this city An eloven pound son was born to Mr and Mrs Wm D Hone last Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs R M lex Dr A G Stoddard returned from Olden Wednesday evening where he went to attend the Utah Medical Asso c ation which was in session in that city and John M Thomas and family left Wednesday morning for Castle Ford Id when the three Thomas boys own homes It will take ab...

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. — 30 September 1909

NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscription is paid Kindly be aa prompt as possible in paying in advance I 1f4 I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS it 2 1 Entered Fob SI 1B02 as secondclass matter Post om coat i VOL VIII NO 37 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1909 at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congress March 3 187 r > r > i RATE CASE HEARING HARRIMAN HARRIMAN ROADS REST THEIR CASE AFTER PRESENTING MASS OF STATISTICS 0 f 1 Gould Lines Also Submit Their Side J M t f of Case After Which Hearing Is Adjourned Until October f 29 for Final Argument Salt Lake CityThe Utah rate < ease before tho interstate commerce commission will bo concluded Octo r J ber 29 when a quorum of tho entire < + t commission will meet in Salt Lako oJ again to hear final arguments which will be presented by Attorney C C Dey for the Utah shippers and Attor u pfl ney F C Dillard for the railroads a Testimony was concluded on Tues t day when most of tho attorneys and wi...

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. — 30 September 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH THE UTAH BUDGET Work will begin this week on tho new 10000 fourth ward meeting Jiouso In lolil The city council of Lclil Is advertis ing for bids for digging tho water works trenches Fountain Green will change from a town to a city In the near future Prep arations for the cnnnfjo uro unready under way Moroni officials have passed fin ordi nance regulating tho liquor tralllc which will virtually mean prohibition ufter October 1 John Cook senior patriarch of Granite stake Salt lake county Is dead at tho ago of 87 Mr Cook Cook camo to Utah from England In 1861 1SC1Mrs Mrs Amanda Gilmore of Itoscoo Pa committed sulcldo at tho home of her sister In Ogden cutting her throat with a cake knife Despondency as the result of 111 health led to tho deed A lightning bolt struck tho homo of William Illbbard at Logan and Miss Helen Young daughter of August Young was rendered unconscious and partially paralyzed Later she recovered reco...

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. — 30 September 1909

n fir o W r i 1 4 Jvj r f By TANK SPEAPMAN t f t c7 II05TRATIONS BY f1NDllEBOWL15 L N COPYRIGHT BY CHASSGSBNERS cSAVS SYNOPSIS i Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck rs were called out to clear the railroad IrHcks at Smoky Crock McCloud aden oune roiul superintendent tof lloolitig rlalrandal nun nth ilalr and his men In the net ot looijng the wrecked train Sinclair pleaded hr lioccnce declarIng It only amounted to a umall 8Uma treat for the men Mc loud discharged the whole outfit and ordered the I wreckage burned McCloud recame i licqunlntcd with Dliksle Dunning a girl tf the went who came to look nt the wreck She sao him a message for Sill rlulr Whispering Gordon Bnith told President Ducks of the railroad of Mc Clouds bravo light against a garlg of I razed miners and that was the reason or the superintendents appointment to for I high olllce McCloud arranged to ward at the boarding house o Mrs Sin flair the exforemans deserted wife nickulo Dunning Wild the dauuliter of the Juto Ul...

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. — 30 September 1909

TIME M TABLE gOUT tlOUND No01 For Iaynon Snntnquln and Lo Angolca 0r8 < pm Wo 3For 1nyion Nciilil 1 end Mantl 0145 are NOIlTHnOUNI No C3For Provo PLOroro Amer ican Fork Lehl Morcur I Sail Luke 1127 sm No OIFo Iruvo Salt Lake and Intermediate points STOjim 1alatlal train Bro now runnlntt dully be tween Salt tako and iho Iuclflo Com UTAH COUNlY Is In direct louoli with two srent elite + Ito + t local train nervlcn J II HuuTHiii Dlitrlct 1ftmentor Agent N PETKttsiN Depot Ticket Agent OENV THC p IO GRAS pF RiDGUAND w 5 Arrival and dcpartur trains from Depoli No1For SprlnKvllleProro3ilt nnd an points east an went 810am No 29 ForSprlngrllle IroroSall Lake and nil points earl and weat x491110 No 81or Eureka Mammoth and Sil ver City tffjyta No S8 For Eureka Mammoth and Sll verCtty 615nra Connections made In Ucden Union depot with ill trains ot Southern Pucltlo and Oregon Short LIDO OFFERS CUOICE OF 3 FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 3 AND TlinnC DISTINCT SCENIC nOUlES Pulman Palnce and ordinary...

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. — 30 September 1909

I WfJtlr7I < Au C a c1 i u n 2100 An Orillnanre Providing for An Annual Komi Toll Tux dpcclfylni who ball be liable there for itiemtnnerot 01 collrcllnit nnil expend Init ihWflflmo unil llcpeallr Chapter 81 ot the ItuvlsfilOrdinances ot bpunlsh Fork City or IWft I IWftHo Ho It Onlulnctl bytho City Council of Spanish lorh City bection TwoOollurs 1 lawful money of the United States If I un Annual lfonl roll Tux upoievery limn over twcntvono ttnfl under fifty yours of nee not physically Incupucttulcil to work and not exempted by law residing within Spanish Pork City All hoed roll Tux t hall be collected by tho City Treasurer end shall bo paid Into the City t Treasury and shall bo expended under the di rection and pursuant to the order of tlm City Council In nmUIni and Improving BtrcctN and alley of this oily Section 2Iho Supervisor of Streets shall prior to the tlrifcday of October IIW und prior to tho first dov of April of each and every year lifter 1009 Klvo written notice to ever...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 30 September 1909

ITJ nAIK or fct AjUMlMne1 It Is no wonder brides arc delight od when they see what beautiful wed ding silver we display Sterling sli ver wedding presents may be had of us from two or three dollars up to the elaborate sliver services costing hundreds of dollars All solid big value with our unequalled guarantee uu r gj 170 1AIH ST SALT LAKE cur UTAH HARRY J ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 304305 Iudct Dulldlnc Salt Lah City He Wont Vote This Year When Dominica Ksposlto was ques questioned tioned In the United States district court to test his qualification for cltl zouRhlp ho showed a lack of careful coaching What Is the constitution of the United States lOnpoHlto was asked The biggest ship was tho ruply What Is tho meaning of tho Fourth of July That Is day Easta rlv1 froze over Who was George Washington Gcorga da Wash was big Tammany man Had much contract Is Governor Hughes a state or a national oillcor Yea I dimno Ho stop mucha horso raco I guess ho want Teddys JobDo Do you bellovo in anar...

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. — 30 September 1909

SERIAL STORY 1TIIErI p SMUGGLER By ELLA MIDDLETON TYBOUT i Illustrations by Ray Walters 1 eopyrgIit 1W7 Uj J 11 Upplncott Co i SYNOPSIS Three Klrla Elizabeth Gnbrlullo and PJlIsc started for Canada to spend the lummcr there On board steamer they were frightened by on apparently ilciiirnt Kl atrnnirer who finding a bag bilonslns o one of them took enjoyment In scru tinizing a photo of the trio Tlio younR i women met a Mrs Qruhntn anxiously awaiting her Imslmml who had a nmnln for sailing They were Introduced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith A cottage by tho ocean was rented Two men railed They proved to bo John C flake and Gordon liennutt one a friend nf ICllznbethH father A wisp of yellow hair from Mr Grahams pocket fell I Into tho hands of Kline Mrs Grahams hair was black Fearing for the safety of porno gems Lady Edith left them In a safe at the cottage Mr Gordon Dennett was properly Introduced explained his actions on board ship Kllse alone ex plored tho cellar overhearing a conver ...

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. — 30 September 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WKKKLV = ANUKKW JBNSK PUIIMHHUH HUIIHClillTION Oni year II M PA SA IUK IN Ai v ANCK Local Jots SALT LAKE ROUTE TIME CARD NOW IN EFFECT FOR SALT LAKE No GGgojng north 801 nm No 6 2 going north 1015 nm No 54 going north 128 pin FROM SALT LAKE No fill going south 1015 am No 61 going south 621 pm No 65 going south 1218 am For baby photos go to Stahmnnns Dont fail to see Dante the Great at the Opera House tonight House for RentoJ rooms city water Apply to Geo C Thomas oct 7 John links who has been at Gooding Idaho since early spring has returned to Spanish Fork We notice ladies shoes in Oran Lewis window at 100 n pair Ho must have stolen them to sell at such a price At the Opera House Tonight Dante the Great the hypnotic wizard assisted by Mystic Arzula the strangest human being ever born NOTICEAll those having watches n td jewelry at mv shop would do me a great favor by calling for same before October 15 1J09J I J ROLF L lao A large number of Spanish Fork peo pie ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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