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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 16 December 1909

1 < i < 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 advancer i r 7 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS if V I VOL VIII NO 48 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 15 1909 at Entered Spanlih Fob Fork 21 IflOI Utah o secondclass Act of Congress matter March Po I t Office 1ST CONGRESS WILL ACT J WILL NOT WAIT UNTIL AFTER f THE HOLIDAYS TO BEGIN REGULAR WORK An Effort Will Be Made to Carry Into Effect Recommendations of the President In His Annual and Special Messages A Washington Appropriation legisla I tion will be undertaken by congress before the adjournment for the boll I flayg There has been a general sup A position that all measures of any 1 4 t character would bo postponed until I After the first of January There are two elements In congress One favors extensive general legisla tion The other takes the position that as a general tariff bill was t passed In the extra session congress should be ...

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. — 16 December 1909

taaris nn rrsanarr TilE SPANISH FORK PRESS Ii Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH THE UTAH BUDGET Dolla Cortez a miner employed nt ninglmm was caught In a caveIn and badly Injured Near Salina nro Inoxhaufltlbla de posits of rock salt which finds n good nnd steady market Two miles of tho grade Is finished on the Castle Valley road that will open up the Huntington coal fields In Emory county According to tho tree Inspector re port there aro nearly 2000000 fruit trees In Emery county ranging In ago from ono to fivo years Emery countys first coal mining camp is now being established at Cedar Creek at a point twelve miles northwest of Huntington W S JacobBon and J B Flsk have been arrested In Salt Lake City charged with having committed a ser ies of daring holdups during the pant two months Tho grain yield of Sovlor county of the past season Is estimated at about 200000 bushels In addition to tho other crops Sevier valley annually produces tens of thousands of tons of alfalfa The g...

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. — 16 December 1909

17 r r Li tdi fib I J ± = I Ik I 5 n INE bright Bunny morning In the month of Adnr at j c m the end of winter short ly after tho little town of u u jfazareth I In Judea was astir there i trooped from the village a crowd of merry children laughing for sheer bnpplneas as If their hearts sang with the song of dancing sunbeams i Running and skipping along the road they went blithe and gay un til they came to a great tree by the roadside where they stopped and clustering about a child In their midst proceeded to do a strange thing They cast their mantles and tu i n nics from them to the ground and j r I prostrated themselves before tho one In their midst then left him and running Into a field gathered J I 1 flowers He that sat alone a pen sive look upon his youthful face bad tho appearance of an angel t Soon the little playmates their 4 arms laden with blossoms returned and weaving a wreath of glory flow ers crowned his head Into his hands they placed a scep ter of burning gladiolus And ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 16 December 1909

esun riI Z1UEN I 4BINET I 11 K llmnkful heart Is full of Knit Iudo nt all seasons of the year bus Joyfully HOIK apart one roynl day In which to bo especially thankful For the yonr of poaco anti plenty And for hlcMSlngH without ends s tt tho voices of tho people In Tlmnltnslvliitf pralsM blond y Q C lllioilcrlck Jr I Thanksgiving Goodies In preparing for Thanksgiving day there nro many of tho good things that can bo prepared BOIIIO time In advance t vance rho mlnco meat without 1 which Thanksgiving would 1080 halt Its charm may be mndo early In No vember and Is better for standing to j I ripen There arc many delicious little cakes and cookies that will keep weeks without losing their daintiness t Oyster Stuffing for Turkey Mix three cupfuls of stale bread crumbs with onehalf cupful of melted t k butter salt pepper and onion Juice to tnuto add one pint of cleaned drained oysters mix all together and fill the turkey Cranberry Jelly Pick over and wash four cupfuls of cranberries add one...

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. — 16 December 1909

bsA1t1 IiTh j ft TIME TABLE 11 Mo CO going north804 am Ko C2 going north 1015 am No 64 going north 328 am FROM SALT LAKE No C3 going 80uth1015 am No 01 going south 021 pm No 05 going south 1218 am is Pullatlal trains uro now running dally between Salt Lake and tho Pa cific Coast UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two groat cities Best local train service J H Burtner District Passenger Agent N Potarson Depot Ticket Agent nr THe i AND rf JD6RANDE Ri W n W IU GRAN t Arrival and departure of trains tram Depot No 400 For Springvlllo Provo and all points cast and west 810 a m No 431 For Sprlngvllle Provo Salt Lake and all points east and west 327 p m No 4101or Eureka Mammoth and Silver City 703 p m I No 432For Eureka Mammoth and Silver City C15 a m Connections made in Ogden Union depot with nil trains on Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line OFFERS CHOICE OF 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 4 AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES Pullman Palace and ordinary Sleep ing cars to Denver Omaha Kansas II...

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 December 1909

7tIL HARK Or ttlk AGUARANTCC t THERE ARE 100 REASONS Why you should by your Christmas Jewelry of us One la our RELIABIL ITY Never mind the others Write at once your needs and we will give you all the attention we could If you called in person personffi rnan 180 T ffi 70 SALT LAKB CI t UTA1L WHAT MOVED HIM t Tho extravagant hut which tho fad lea havo beon wmrlug this year havo little to recommend them but Jhey have at lca st proved a boon to thn comic artists and tho funny moil of the nowHpaporu Here Is a jeu dceprlt taken from Iho Chicago XTibnno TIm rain which had l como suddenly and unaxpcctcdly whit lalllni In tor rcnl1 Among the persona who had tixcn oncitcr under a nioiuny awn tag was a fashionably drcuscd wo man manI HI beg your pardon madam said s plainly attired man considerably pant mlddlo age stopping up to hor and lifting his hat hut I want to of fer you my sincere thanks What do you moan sir cite said Thanks for what I never expected to soo It again hit wont on It has be...

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 December 1909

Death and Life A Jisitn at Christmas 1t1 CUNTON DANGERFIELD L J IN THE early days of men tho Lord sent two powers on earth to have ll dominion over them Ono ot these y was Death the other Life Tho stern front of Life showed what ho really was unmerciful exacting swift to demand obedience to a thousand laws swift to punish with the keen sword of pain when those laws were broken His eyes wero tho eyes of a war lord his hand as cold as Ironand as f strong Tho tasks he sot were many Few of these were to tho liking of the chil dren of men though some thinkers perceived that out of these heavy tasks came strength also that If one wrestled with them stouty one might even master Life himself and compel him to graciousness 4 Now tho other powerDeathwas a woman Tall sho was but so perfectly formed that her height was no bletn lah Sleepyeyed she was but her slow sweet smile was so infinitely tender and lovelythat In the midst of i y their tasks men stopped to gaze on her as sho passed At last ...

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 December 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WIKKtV AN1MKW JrNSKN IUIMSIIKK SUIISCItllIMUN Ono eir IM IAVAIIIl IN A1VAWrI Local Jots Mr niul Mrs Clyde Sanderson won the prize waltz ut the City Pavilion Friday evening Dan Albertson accompanied by Miss Grnco Jarvis won the fancy twostej nt the Bachelor Club skiiliMK party Friday evening Dr J Fred Potter returned Tuesdny evening fJom a Jfonr months trip In I Idaho where ho has been visiting with his former patients and says Idaho is i better than ever along his line of busi ness The Home Dramatic Company pro t Rented Imogene to a largo and up preciativc audience Saturday evening This company has some more excelled plays which they intend producing in the near future On account ofthc lecture by Prof J J l T 1 Miller in the First ward meeting house last Sunday night the high school program was postponed It will be given under the auspices of the First ward 11 I A T George Jarvis one of tho best known and most highly respected men in this jI city was nmnied to...

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 December 1909

r e 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 r t 1 lrv y THE SPANISH FORK PRESS f VOL VIII NO 49 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 23 1909 at Rpanteho ForkUtah 1 Act nic Conare a Marcch 21 Ire 4 i LIFE SAVERS WORK I t t MANY IN DISTRESS RESCUED BY HEROIC MEN EMPLOYED II BY GOVERNMENT During List Fiscal Year There Were r 1378 Marine Disaster Involving i the Lives of 8900 Persons That d Called tho Service Into Activity r i Washington Aside trom saving hundreds of lives and millions of dol lar worth of property tho United oj States lifesaving service managed to I render assistance to many unfortun ate persons In distress Tho annual report of tho superintendent of the service shows that a woman about to be hurled over a bluff was res cued by a life guard while an Intoxi I cated man about to fall off a dock a f man who had lost his way In a marsh another who had broken through the...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 23 December 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS t Androw Jensen Publisher F SPANISH FORK UTAH I U fTKE UTAH BUDGET A lone highwayman hold up r Youngs cafe In Salt Lake City early t Monday morning getting 160 Tim opening day of the fourth dis ir trict foresters convention which z was planned for January 10 in Ogden t Las been changed to January 7 f Work will bo started at once near t Logan for tho erection of a power r plant to furnish light and power for tho buildings of tho Utah Agricultural college I It III l now believed that Wallace Lyon the young man who was shot c by Theodore Kennedy a negro dur ing a quarrel In Ogden will recover The negro Is In jail l A bucket brigade succeeded in Having the home of Albert Christen m Ben of Qunnlson from complete de struction by fire after considerable damage had been done Feigning faintness from hunger a sneak thief entered the homo of a I Salt bake man and after asking for something to cat stole 10 off the mantle and ran out of the houso y Thomas D Pitt former chi...

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. — 23 December 1909

1 I s 1 1i r Ar rh i I J IrJ 1 l l I M IT VTMfWitKA i pur J r G m o C dt 1D 1 i < k2 c c t + 1 4 4 COPYAIGNrl7D9 4Y IyAPArrIRJON E ASIIINGTON not only has a United States ChtiatmaB celebration but It has the fes tivities that murk tho Christmas season In W all the civilized nations of tho world At tho Russian embassy Hero Is a Christmas fete after the manner of the people In the land of tho czar there are French doings J f lit tho great European republics official h 1 t r residence and there Is the genuine old English Christmas at the homo of tho Brit ish ambassador and so one may go on 141 through the entire list of foreign repre sentatives not even barring tho embassies of China and Japan where In honor of L y the day as Christian nations view It tho I oriental officials have holiday dinners The South American people mnko much of Christmas It Is the great feast day in all LatinAmerican countries and tho ambassadors and attaches and their families do not forget the customs of th...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 23 December 1909

I CAM J SAVES W IU Arm mUlDREN FIRST Chips Officer Holds Crowd Dack with Pistol I Until Helpless Passengers Are Safe Los Armeies CalVomen and children llrstl was tho stern com mand of Capt Warner of tho steam ship St Croix of tho ShubachHatnll I ton line when It was seen that the vessel wns doomed by the flumes which hud started In tho engine room nt dinner time Tho largest lifeboat i was swung Into position and tho wom en were lifted Into tho seats I Some one hurried and the boat was i swung out too quickly a block broke L and tho women were thrown Into tho f water One carried a baby and tfio child was whirled overboard The steward jumped In and saved tho baby Ho was crushed against the side as ho brought tho child to the other lifeboat which had been low J fik Steward Swes the Daby I ered successfully Ills arm was broken and ho was lifted Into the boat with difficulty ti With drawn pistol Capt Warner j took his place opposite each boat and allowed tho women and ci > 1MW ttJ tak...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 23 December 1909

I I I I 71 n j TIME i TABLE No CO going north801 am No 02 going north 1015 am No 64 going north 328 am FROM SALT LAKE No 03 going eouth1015 am No Gl going south 621 pm tl No 65 going south 1218 am Pallatlal trains nro now running dally between Salt Lake and the Pa attic Coast UTAH COUNTY is In direct touch with two great cities Best local train service J H Burtner District Passenger Agent N Peterson Depot Ticket Agent h DENV THe JD6RANDE T GRAM E tESTERN 1 W Arrival and departure of train from Depot No 409For Sprlngvllle Provo and all points east and west 810 a m No 431For Sprlngvllle Provo Salt Lake and all points east and west 327 p m No 410For Eureka Mammoth and Silver City 703 p m I No 432For Eureka Mammoth and Silver City 616 a m Connections mado in Ogden Union depot with all trains on Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line OFFERS CHOICE OF 4FASY THROUGH TRAINS DAILY4 AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES Pullman Palace and ordinary Sleep 4 J s ing cars to Denver Omaha Kansas CSty S...

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. — 23 December 1909

T s r 711Glt4Pi K oi t A GU PNTLCJ r at You toe I forgotten I Or ovorlookod anything for Christ 1 mas lot ua know your noods at a once Wo can fill ordcro on day of receipt Stock largo prices sm lIt l1IIVM1 1 ° f t t 0 N70 W IT b ALt LAtu CITY UTAU The Easiest Way A company of select colored artists were rendering a veislon of Othello Tho steno between ho Moor and Dos domona had been reached wherein Othello demands the handkerchief which ho baa given his wife as a wed tr ding nmulct Dcsdeniona ho cried fetch mo dat hankei chief But tho doomed lady only bubbled of Casslo and her liege lord shouted again I nst fo do second tlmo to glt me dal bankorchlef 1 Still tho fair ono parried tho Issuo 1I with a talk of ClUmln and the lordly Othollo now thoroughly Incensed bel lowed Woman fo do third and las tlmo I toll you to git mo dat lianhorchlcfl Away st And as ho wan just about to opon his mouth again a 1 big Ieatier lunged patron In tho top gallery shouted down at him Y Fo do IawdH sake ni...

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 December 1909

i i SERIAL I STORY I I to 6viTh lmJ1lv l r HERl sa INFINITE i I VARIETY I By Brand Whitlock 1 i illustrations by Ray Walters < CoyjTlfiht 1W7 by iIet ba McrrRl cod SYNOPSIS Senator Morley Vernons visit with his fiancee wus Interrupted by a call from Ills political boss nt the state capital IJoth regretted It the girl more than lie a because she had arranged to attend a dinner that overling with him She said she yearned for a national ofllco for him On vernons desk In the senate ho found n red rose accompanied by a plea for suffrage for women Ho met the au thoress pretty Ills Maria Greene ot Chicago who proposed to convert him Into voting for house resolution No 19 Miss Greene secured Vernons promise to I V vote for tho suffrage resolution Ho also aided her by convincing others Ho took a liking to tho fair suffragette Miss Greene consulted with tho IlcutcnnntRov ernor Vrriton admitted to himself that the suffragette had stirred a strange feel Ing within him Ho forgot to read his I...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 23 December 1909

Local Jots ° Mrs Alma Hansenis recovering from f a severe Illness Batmnnas tOc a dozen at Dahlen i A son was born to Mr in id MrBMurgun Chambers Wednesday 1 P Thomas has boon kept at homo f JI a few days suffering with Latfripp All those owiiitf small bills at tho Spanish Fork bakery please cull and settle I Itcmcinbur the IlollinKswortli Twins at tile Opera House Thursday Friday mid Saturday The Presbyterian church will bold their annual festival Christmas eve All are J cordially invited to attend I J Miss Lizzie Aingo is homo from MOIMC Idaho She looks liB if the climate in that section agreed with her John IL Davis and wife are down from Winter Quarters to spend the holidays with relatives and friends in this city p1 Mrsjllannah Hughes IniB been allow ed a pension forher ficslmridsservices Hi the Walker War ploy Bowen came home last evening from Alexander Idaho where ho has w been working for the lust eight mmths 1 Tho family of J J Banks is quaran tined with Small pox however Mr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 30 December 1909

r t j i I NOTICE The date on your name label of this paper is the ddtc to which your subscription is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance 4 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS t VOL VIII NO 50 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 30 1900 at Entered Spanish Feb Pork 21 Utah as secondclans Act of Coheres matter March Post 3 Offlco IBTt y u u STORM IN THE EAST WORST GALE IN YEARS SWEEPS OVER NEW ENGLAND LEAVING TOLL OF DEATH AND DAMAGE f r Tidal Wave Drives Hundreds From f Their Homes In Boston and Other Cities Are Blocked With Snow and Left In Darkness I BostonA northeast storm on Sun f day swept into New England with ter rifle energy The gale drove a tide into Massachusetts bay which nearly equaled that of the famous storm of 1861 The wet snow postrated wires the telephone telegraph electric light and trolley and railroad trains were stalled Three persons lost their lives In Everett and Chelsea i by the sud den rise of the tide I t Coming In a full moon the gale rolled a wave ...

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 December 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Androw Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH L Colton Is again on his throne ai king of tho south 11 Indian summers absonco makes tho heart grow fonder t That mine disaster was Jurt nbelrt u bad as possible Dow farming pay asks a Maine pow spaper It It pays In MaineIt will pay anywhere It has been decided officially that Turks are white oven If they do not d always act It i Slnco there are so many excellent causes to die In football Is not worth 8 anybodys death Death has claimed tho sauerkraut king and It Is proper that briny tears should flow for him The polo dash game has been In vented Tho dashes must represent tho unprintable words Calamities from unavoidable causes are pathetic calamities from avoid able onuses aro criminal t Merrygorounds are unpopular In South America where they nro trying r w to get over tho revolutionary habit Tho now society for the study and prevention of infant mortality Is wol como In tho long list of worthwhile Institutions Coma In...

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 December 1909

t I J A i I i 1 ft U0foras and uprrsfif ions t rJ JI u f 04 I ofittw Jt iA Q gj A B j t IJJ tur v tJ ytarS WJWA OST R If w v S f N ANY attempt to trace tho origin of the Innumerable myth customs and superstitions connected with tho fetes and fes tlvixla of tho calendar the student Is confronted with two prob I lems The strong probability of their having been primarily of religious significance and thus the potsherds as It wore of cults long forgotten nnd the possibility of their having become M V I garbled or altered In being handed down through the cen turles Pausanlas 17 hundred vears ago evidently realized this y difficulty to the full when uo wrote In his Description of Greece As to these fables of tho Greeks I considered them childish when I began this work but when I get as far as this book I formed this view That those who were reckoned wise among tho Greeks spoke of old In i Id dies and not directly so I Imagine tho fables about Chronos to bo Greek wis i dom of the tradition...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 30 December 1909

I HAD CHARMED LIFE Mexican Veteran Fought Against His Father and Brothers Pennsylvanlan Ninety Years Old Helped Storm Vera Cruz Away Back In 40s and Faced Nu mecouo Civil War Perils Bloomaburtf PAOne of the few survivors In Pennsylvania of the Mex ican war of 184018 a veteran of tho civil war a nmn who lots fought In 27 battles was thrice wounded holds four honorable discharges and who whon but a lad saw much of tho civ r ilized world Is John Sylvester Myer of Lime Ridge Columbia county now 90 years of age but who looks easily SO yoars younger Fow men have haC such an experi ence as this old man who fought with i the union army because ho believed Its cause to bo right while his father who disowned him because of his loy p ally fought with seven other sons fob t tho lost cause of tho rebellion And I from that day Myers whoso father owned 1500 slaves has see nnclthor father nor brother A rover from boyhood ho left home near St Louis when but 11 years of ago and going down tho Mississ...

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