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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 November 1909

A taa eoraeenoo otcseeeai l Prompt I < i J Courteous I u Telephone Service is what j everybody wants Get it by using THe Phone that talks I Utah Independent Telephone Co f i I r I N CALIFORNIA Round trip rates onsale daily t Limit returning six months Jf K Write for full information to Kenneth C Kerr 169 S Main Street Salt Lake City q F p < Dr C O SCOTT I j DENTIST P i Office Phone No 43 a I j t i W O Cteor BIdft Spanish Pork Utah it IND PHONE OFFICE HOURO RESIDENCE NO 45 10 TO 12 A M OPFIOE HO 43A 2 TO 4 P M DR AG STODDARD IN W O CHEER BUILDINQ SPANISH FORK UTAH fi i Dr W E Warner f Quarantine and City Physician Office two doors north ofCity Drug Store Night calls made from office Y p < Ind Phono 352r i J y I I Spanish Fork Utah AI i Dr I W Hagan Office at World Drat Co Building f ti Spanish Fork Utah Bell Phone 11 Ind Phone 32 4 < Residence one block west or Oommerclal Bank Physician UtahIdaho Sugar Company < r Dr J Fred Potter Optician EYES TESTED GLASSES PROPERLY ...

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. — 25 November 1909

k sass V ra iwsaear THC MAR or u I1ANnnl TilE GREAT AMERICAN TURKEY Don to turn ft m dish III for a Mnf How about your Sliver Service 111 equally fltf If you are thinking of somethln better we lUttost a peruaal l of our new Him Colonial English or Frcnsh Your taste easily llstiod and your purl hadly disturbed IU r Pi 170 a AINn SALT LAKE Cln nun Perfectly Unprejudiced Hero tho Judgo took a hand In ex mnlnlng tho vonlromon You dont seem to understand the I question addressed to you by the at 1 torneys ho said WTiat thoy want to know Is whether you havo formed or expressed any opinion In this case Thnt Is to say havo you told anybody whether or not you believe tho de fendant guilty of the crime charged against him or have I you said to any body that you bellove him to be Inno cent u Course not Judge answered tho vonlremanj It aint necessary fur mo to xprens no opinion about him Ive knowwl him fur thirty years an I know blamo well he stoic the cow I That will do Mr Sklles You may stand...

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. — 25 November 1909

SERIAL STORY f rv t I w w I ate eerale HER lsGane r t I < I INFINITE VARIETY I By Brand Whitoell U p llustratlons by Ray Walters tIL I > it CII I9W Copyright 1007 by Bobbs Merrill Co SYNOPSIS Senator Morley Vernon visit with his fiancee was Interrupted by a call from hIs political boss at tho slate cnpltal Both regretted It > tho girl more than he 4 because she had arranged to attend a dinner that evening with him She said she yearned for a national once for him On Vernons desk In the senate he found a red rose accompanied by a plea for suffrage for women He met the au thoress pretty Miss Maria Greene of Chicago who proposed to convert him Into voting for house resolution No 19 Miss Greene secured Vernons promise to J vote for the suffrage resolution He also Bided her by convincing others He took a liking to the fair suffragette Miss Greene consulted with the lieutenantgov ernor Vernon admitted to himself that the suffragette had stirred a strange feel Ing within him He for...

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. — 25 November 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS S I WKKICLY = ANUUUW JRNSKN PUIiMSlIUIt SUD8CUI1T1ON Onoycnr fIro IAYAIItK IN ADVANOK 3 Local Jots Mrs Thomas Bonn Is quite sick with typhoid fever For SaleA heating stove second hand Call at this office A daughter was born to Mr ami Mrs Ralph Morgan Wednesday I COW LOST Light red Jersey Re t irn to Ntcl Bradford Reward I A marriage licence has been granted to Miss Margaret E Thomas and Arthur P Johnson of Palmyra Wanted Office girl experience and wages wanted Address in own hand writing to Spanish Fork Press Two Houses for HentI 1 blocks east t of the city square 1 2room house the other a 5room house Enquire of Wm P Hales LOSTA small brown purse cotain ing 150 between Mrs Margaret Men zies and George Wilsons last Sunday Return to Mrs Mcnzies Reward David R Thomas who has been bed fast for ten weeks with what is sup posed to be miners consumption shows very little signs of improvement Carl Nelson formerly with Provo Post now representing Barton Blake Furniture...

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. — 2 December 1909

r NOTICEThe date on your name label or this paper is the date to which your subscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance u f 1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS a VOL VIII NO 4G SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER g a 1909 at > rntored Spanlah Eeb Fork 21 1802 Utah na socond Act of class Congress matter Dlaroll Poat B < 1WI k f c CUBANS ARE HAVING TROUBLE 1 s t y Corner Announces He Will Make Ap pointments Without Considering Any Faction c HavanaNot slnco tho downfall of tho administration of President Palma f has the political atmosphere of Cuba t i been more obscured and more laden t with suggestions of trouble than now I The reestablished republic Is scarcely nine months old and already I rumors are persistent that some way Is being sought to secure tho retire ment of President Gomez either by > t persuasion or compulsion and to t place VIcePresIdent Zayas at the i A i j head of tho nation p V Probably the most serious condition that the president faces...

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. — 2 December 1909

= I UNCJLE AM i 1 I P EROPMNE Q1JADY t Ni I 1TH the establishment of a United States govern W ment aviation field at Col lege Park Md a brnnd rm now branch of the regular army has come Into Its own This latest innova tion In Uncle Bans mili tary establishment Is nn aeroplano squad or as It is designated officially the aeroplane detachment of the United States signal corps The signal corps has had for more than a year pnst a balloon squad or balloon detachment made up of en listed men of the signal corps who devote their entire time to aeronaut ical work but the now organization is separate and quite apart from this Indeed it Is generally considered to represent a higher development of military specialization In tho same 4 proportion that tho aeroplano marks a nn advance over tho balloon as an In strument for use In warfare The now aeroplane detachment which at the outset numbers only 11 men or rather n corporal and 10 pri vates Is further notable from tho fact that it is tho first o...

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. — 2 December 1909

ae r wrw oarw rrr se wrwewrwwewwsiwr 1IA11 R Jf J T J JIB t WHISPERING SMITH t + w ThANK H SPEAKMAN A I 0 J ILLUSTRATIONS S ° aY ANDRE BOWLED 0 COPYRIGHT 908 BY CHA3 flCfllBNCH1 JON3 nn SYNOPSIS Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck s ers wero called out to dear the railroad tracks nt Smoky Creek McCloud a young rood superintendent caught S in clair and his mon In the net of looting the wrecked train Sinclair pinded In nocence declaring It only amounted to a mall sullta treat for the men McCloud discharged the whole outfit and ordered tho wreckage burned McCloud became acquainted with Dlckslo Dunning a girl of tho west who came to look at the wreck Whispering Gordon Smith told President Ducks of the railroad of Mc Clouds bravo light against a gang of trazed miners and that was the reason d for the superintendents appointment to for office McCloud arranged board at tneboardlng house of Mrs Sinclair the exforemans deserted wife Dlcksle Dun ning was the daughter of the late Rich ard Du...

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. — 2 December 1909

c to rsA e + xrsr x rrmi rzs + rats atrruannr p c > N + t zuwr aarv u rwyr w ortiA + rava rits Iii j I Gossip of Washington What Is Gohifi On at the t National Capital mawoWiwoww + u owewvooc + t r + rwcw ouowowo + oato Lost Money Orders Worth Millions n WHNTIP CLAIMANTS 4c y fOR IQOOOOo fl 111 ASIIINOTONA Washington wo W man discovered some days ago that hor German nurso was destroy ing the money orders she iiurchnscd to remit to the Fnthnrland She hud torn up within tire last flvo years more than 500 of money orders thinking they wore receipts for tho money deposited In tho olllco at Wash ington and that tho money had been I duly sent to her old mother In Ger many This Incident recalls tho fact that there has accumulated In the nation al treasury millions of dollars possi bly ten millions since tho establish ment of the present system In 1SC1 Tho government assumes the role of i trustee for the safe transfer of mon ey from one Individual to another and tho protection Is nearly ...

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. — 2 December 1909

I1 i I i i Prompt a i Courteous i E a a Telephone Service is what a j everybody wants Get it b a j using The Phone that talks i 1 i Utah Independent Telephone Co iq I j tQ i a lns I 4 CALIFORNIA Round trip rates on sale daily Limit returning six months Write for full information to Kenneth C Kerr 169 S Main Street Salt Lake City i I Dr C O SCOTT DENTIST r yj Offloo Phono No 43a W O Croer Dldtf Spanish Fork Utah IND PHONE OPPIOB HOURS I RB8IDBNOH M04B 10 TO 18 A M OlIIO HO 43A 8 TO < 4 PM DR A Q STODDMO IN W O CREER BUILDINQ SPANISH FORK UTAH t Dr W E Warner 1 Quarantine and City Physician 1 Office two doors north of City Drug Store Night calls made from office Ind Phono 352r Spanish Fork Utah r f t 1 4 t Dr J W Hagan Officer World Drug Co Building I Spanish Fork Utah Bell Phone 11 Ind Phono 32 Residence ono block west of Commercial Dank j 1liislclon Utnh Idaho Sugar Company i 1 r < Dr J Fred Potter tj I Optician I J y EYES TESTED I N GLASSES PROPERLY FITTED Office at Residence...

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. — 2 December 1909

I I lTJI MAUK Op pdu n NT 1 A GIRL LOVES Above ill other earthly poiuttlonB A DIAMOND RING flow In I a good tint for you to elv > her one Our Christmas stock It I large and our prices the loweat Wrlto ua at once fifJ imMuii iea AV s iI 170 AINn SALT LATE CI Y UTAH His Receipt A southern bankor recently told the following about thin 8yearold Bon The boy had beon Invited to spend a week with some little friends In the tountry Stay and keep mo com pany Jack said his mother Father goes traveling thin week and I shall be all alone Hero Is a 5 bill for you Instead of tho visit I Jack promptly closed with tho of for and tbe banker aa promptly bor rowed the 5 at current Interest thereby keeping as ho observed when telling tho story both tho boy and tho money In the family Scino two Slonths later Jack wanted to recall the loan What 5 do you meant united tho banker Why tho 5 I gave you I havent any y5 But I gavo It to you Mopior didnt I give him G You saw mo I certainly did sho replied Wli...

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. — 2 December 1909

KEEP RAIN IN SOIL Surface Tillage Does It While i Deep Plowing Makes Room Thrifty Farmers Try to Keep Their Soil Mellow and Loose on the Sur r face to Absorb and Hold Wa ter During Dry Season rr Plants arc like nnlmnla In that they must have food and drink or they soon sicken and die Animals can move I about from place to place and secure their food but plants must get their food and water by sending their roots out through tho soil Tho tiny roots which spread out through tho soil are busy nil of the tlmo taking up water from the soil for the use of the stalk and leaves above This water as it goes Into the plant through the roots carries with RAIN l1l i PERCOL TIVE 1 = = Rain Soaking Into Soil it the plant food which it has dis solved out of the little soil particles All of the food which comes from the Boll must be In solution before it can be used by the plant The water that goes In through the roots passes out through the leaves Into the air and eaves tho plant food behind to bui...

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. — 2 December 1909

7 u THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Vv wiinurY = a 1N111CIB 1I NS11 lulltlsm1t T SUIISCUIPTION nnic r JIRO IAYAIIfjK IN ADVANCE Local Jots Thoroughbred BirksliUe Roar for sale by A J Alnckley 0 1 Iluisli the artist of Pas m WHS in Spanish Fork this week on busi ness The new train to California via Salt Lake Route leaves Salt Lake dally ut 9 a in On account of tho ill health of his wife Matt Cronin has come home from Deep Creek Water Certificate losl2 shares is sued to Christian Sorenson Finder kindly return to Press office f E Daniels representing the Capi tal Electric Co of Salt Lake City is here looking after their wore Mrs Emma Johnson of Provo return ed home Monday morning after spend ing a few days in this city visiting with relatives The Maccabees have moved their quarters from the Hoekhill building to the Win IJ Hughes building opposite the post flice A Saxcy received a commission rec ently from the CJlnnunderin Chief of the G A H of the United States to servo as an aidedecamp on the ...

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. — 9 December 1909

NOTICE The date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscription IB paid Kindly be ns prompt us possible in paying in ndvnnco = = = = C THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 0 = = = = = = c u VOL VIII SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER f 1909 NO 47 I Funeral of Mrs Thomas Measom I I Tuesday afternoon at the Lake Shore meeting house funeral services were i hold over the remains of one of the ti1 makers of Utahs history Mrs Sarah Benson Bishop Alonzo Argyle presided The I innate was furnished by the ward choir The speakers were John Moore of this city and Bishop Argyle both of whom eulogized in the highest terms the noble life and character of the deceased Mrs Measom was born of English parents in the East Indies 80 years ago and came to Utah in the early days I settling in Spanish Fork She is sur I 4 vived by two sons and four daughters If Women Only Knew What a Heap of Happiness it Would 0 I Bring to Spanish Fork Homes 1 Hard to do housework with an ach I ing back i Brings ...

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. — 9 December 1909

TilE SPANISII FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH THE UTAH BUDGET The enrollment of all tho schools In Box Elder county is 4164 Mrs Elizabeth Hobblns the oldest clUzen of Kaysvlllo Is dead at tho ago of 02 Another now school building Is to bo erected In Ogden to relieve tho congested condition of tho school rooms Word has been received from Ray mond Alberta Canada that Elijah Laycock former sheriff and council man at Kaysvllle Is dead In Davis county thore are eight Ir rigation companies having a capital of 167860 Tho length of the canals Is thirtythree miles tho cost of con struction was 39100 As the result of argument over the tong war In Ban Francisco Y Kaw aka a Japanese was seriously wound ed In Salt Lake and threo of his coun trymen are under arrest Three men nrosted In Ogden on the charge of stealing chickens have jail sentences staring them In the taco thirtyfour dressed chickens being found In tholr possession Sprlncvllle Is now assured a water works system...

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. — 9 December 1909

II sae snwwwama einanaewa aaawa WORTH KNOWING Simple Remedy That Anyone Can Pre pare at Home Most people are more or loss sub ject to coughs and colds A simple remedy that will break up a cold quickly and cure any cough that Is curable is made by mixing two ounces of Glycerine a half aunco of Virgin 011 of Pine compound pure and eight ounces of puro Whisky You can get t these In any good drug store and eas ily mix them in a large bottle The mixture is highly recommended by the Leach Chemical Co of Cincinnati who prepare the genuine Virgin 011 of Plno compound pure for dispensing I A HINT I II Tho DossThats an anclent looking t = coat youre wearing Mr Shrimp Mr ShrimpYes sir Its the ono I got when you last raised my salary SKIN ROUGH AS BARK Baby Boy Had Intense Itching Humor Scratched Till Blood Ran Found a Cure In Cutlcura Our son two years old wns afflicted with a rash After ho suffered with the trouble several weeks I took him a to the doctor but it got worse The rash ran togethe...

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. — 9 December 1909

SUMMONS GHOSTS TO OCEAN LINER PASSENGERS ON THE PRINZESS IRENE MYSTIFIED BY ME DIUMS FEATS FILLS SHIP WITH SPIRITS Signora Paladino Holds a Thrilling Se ance In Lighted Room and Brings Spectral Forms That Em brace Guests Now York Slgnorn Eusapln Pnla i dlno tho medium who has amazed sci entists and laymen of Europo by tho marvelous things that have taken place during her seances arrived hero recently on tho Prlnzess Irene of the North German Lloyd line The passengers on the Prluzcss Irene looked upon the medium with awe Especially was this so of a doz en who had sat around a table In n well lighted stateroom during three different nights of tho voyage and wit nessed remarkable phenomena SIgnora Paladlno small unintelli gent looking and poorly dressed would tell nothing about herself when nn attempt was made to Interview her on tho steamship She seemed afraid something was going to happen to her despite tho assurances of her fel low passengers Her presence abroad was not gener ally k...

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. — 9 December 1909

J TIME = TABLE a fto CO going north 804 am 110 02 going north 1016 am Ho G4 going north 328 am FROM SALT LAKE No 03 going south 1015 am 1 No Cl going south 021 pa No 05 going south 1218 am Pallatlul trains pro now running dally between Bait Lake and tho Pa cltlo Coast UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two great cities Best local train service J II Burtner District Passenger Agent 4 N Peterson Depot Ticket Agent 4lQitLctaLRIo 6RANUE R IIOGRANDtWESIlP Arrival and departure ot trains from Depot No 40For Springvlllo Provo and all points cast and west 810 a m No 431For Springvllle Provo Salt Lake and all points east and west 327 p m No 4l01oor Eureka Mammoth and Silver City 703 > m No 432For Eureka Mammoth and Silver City 015 a m i Connections mado in Ogden Union depot with all trains on Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line OFFERS CHOICE OF L Ij 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY4 fJ AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ti r ROUTES > t + i t Jft f Pullman Palaco and ordinary Sleep iJ Ing cars to ...

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. — 9 December 1909

rJr1T K o < ta AiGUARANTCC l i I f You Are Pleased Then wo nro aatliflott for your sill faction Is ho measure of our success Wo havo pleased so many people foi e0 many years that our reputation foi uccoas and reliability la established Iwul lea t gj 170 NAIN R ALT LAUB eilx UTAn Why She Liked Shop They had been talking at Uio rate of fully IS to tho dozen those two talr young damsels and tho subject of their conversation was of course Uio wise and witty Buying the charm of manner and Uio other admirable traits of character posflcasod by their respective sweethearts Dont you like to have anybody talk shop when they como to see you gurgled Mary Indeed I do Whos been talking Map to ouZ Oh Charley of course Hes a trol ley conductor you know and nearly every time ho comes to BOO mo ho goes on with his shop tally What docs he 8UYZ Sit closer pleasol Philadelphia Inquirer Round trip rates to California 50 good for six months returning throo dally trains If interested write at II I once ...

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. — 9 December 1909

4 SIXTY FIRST CONGRESS MEETS M Speaker Calls th3 House to Order and Is Ap y ° r plau led by Friends and Enenres Alike i r i VicePresident Sherman Presides Over the Ssnate Nu merous Bills Designed to Carry Out President Tafts Policies Are Introducd in Both Houses Dy EDWARD D CLARK Washington Dec GThe Sixty first congress of tho United States met at noon today for the first day of Its first regular session with Vice T Presfdent Sherman In the chair of the senate and Speaker Joseph 0 Can non in tho chair In the House While this congressional gathering Is the first regular session It Is the second session In reality for congress met In extraordinary session last spring at the call of President Taft to consider the matter of a revision of the tariff Some Interest was lacking In the proceedings of the first day In the capitol becnuso at the beginning of the extraordinary session In March last tho speaker of the House was elected Moreover before the extra ordinary session was ended Speaker...

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. — 9 December 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS viiiKiv = = < ANUHKW JINSKN lLlJJrISJllm SjUIISCUIITION One year IIM IAVAllhBlN AliVANTK Local Jots Thnroujrlibrcd UirkshUc Dour for salt by A J Mncklcy Dr C 0 Scott and Mi wife are in Salt Lnku on business W D Knwfioh who him been quite nick of Into is improving Mrs Peter Nielsen is recovering from a sdVcro illness Mrs ilinl Sterling sustained a very severe injury to her arm last week Wm Johnson returned from Salt Luke with his son Enrl who had been operated on for nppendicitis I For any kind of photographing copy ing and fine enlarging seu Stahmann the photographer Mr Wm B Hughes of Salt Lake City was in town Monday and Tuesday this week While you have your family all at home have a nice family photo made at StahmannH studio dec 9 J Albert W Cramer who has been quite sick the past five weeks with ty phoid fever is getting better Gourde Bell who hu bian cmt Iud irg with Malcolm Bros at Gooding and Hliss Idnh during the pastsummer is home on a vacation MM W...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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