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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 30 December 1909

h TIME TABLE I No CC going north804 am Ko 02 going north 1015 am Ko 64 going north328 am FROM SALT LAKE No 63 going south 1015 am No Cl gofng south 021 pro No 05 going south 1218 am Pallatlal trains pro now running if dally between Salt Lake and tho Pa ct flo Coast UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two groat cities Best local train service J H Burtner District Passenger Agent N Potorscn Depot Ticket Agent 4 JO 6RANDE Ri art GRAN E W E 5 R 1I m w i + ti rival and departure of trains from Depot No 400For Sprlngvlllo Provo and all points east and west 810 a m No 431For Sprlngvlllo Provo Salt Lake and all points east and west 327 p m No nOfor Eureka Mammoth and Silver City 703 p m r No 432For Eureka Mammoth j and Silver City 615 a m Connections made In Ogden Union depot with all trains on Southern I Pacific and Oregon Short Line OFFERS CHOICE OF 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY4 AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES Pullman Palaco and ordinary Sleep ing cars to Denver Omaha Kansas Cttty St Louis...

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. — 30 December 1909

Irn M AR Op AcuAaANTI I c 1 If You Have Forgotten overlooked anything for Christ mas let us know your needs at 73 jinca Wo can fill orders on day of grocolpt Stock largo prices small iMM11 uu r Pi 170 MAINrt ALT tAllt C CITY uTAtt I Waists That Button Dehlnd She stood at the glass and she tried with her might to button her waist behind The movements she went ahrangh woo sure a eightto button bcr waist behind she would reac und oho would tug and sigh and shud let out n moan silo twisted and squirmed till ulio strained every bone to but ton her waist behind She strained at the risk of ripping her clothes to but ton her waist behind she would take a long breath and then stand on her toes to button her waist behind she lad a contortionist hen ten a mllo site would bend like a jacknlfe then G straighten a while and wonder why nightmares llko that worn In tho style the waists that button behind For urn hour she labored In wildest de spair to hutton her waist behind her face became red and...

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 December 1909

L SERIAL STORY = = HER = I INFINITE I VARIETY I I By Brand Whitlock if illustrations by Ray Walters I r f Copright 1W7 by Bubbs McrrUl Co f SYNOPSIS t I Senator Storlcy Vernons visit with his I flnncec WHS Interrupted by n call from his political bos lit the state capltnl Bath regretted It the girl more tlmn he because fho hud arranged to nttenil a dinner tlmt ovcnlng with him Slie snld he yearned for ti national otllce for him On Vernons desk In tho senate he found n red roc accompanied by a plea for BtiffrnRO for women He met the au thoress pntty 11188 Maria Ureene 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 Ho also L iJ Hided her by convincing others He tool I tx liking to the fair suffragette Miss Orceno consulted with the lleutcnantRov ernor Vernon admitted to himself tlmt the rngett hud etlrrcd a strange feel ing within him He forgot tct red his fiancees letter Vernon ma...

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. — 30 December 1909

Local Jots Alonzo Young and family spent the Christmas holidays in this city es Miss Minnie Lawrence has gone to Salt Lake City to spend the holidays LoslA pair of ladies shoes brown tops finder kindly notify Mrs Hentie Beck BeckWe We arc pleased to note that the quar antine has been raised at the home of 1 J Banks Buy the New Years Tribune and other magazines Sunday at the News Depot one block north of post office F Mr and Mrs AI Pace and their daughter Eflie of Thistle have gone to Long Beach California to spend the inter We arc sorry to now that our old friend Alfred Rees is suffering with peritinitis We hope for him a speedy recovery u u t Miss Hermes Petersen a teacher at the D Y U Is visiting In this city with her brother Ncls Petersen and family Ire 11 Thomas Bona wishes to thank his many friends for their kind deeds dur I ing the sickness and death of his be loved wife k t 1 Saturday evening a benefit party will j be held in the City Pavilion for Jack Evans who for a long ti...

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. — 6 January 1910

7 J J 1 r r i s NQTICE 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 J ti THE SPANISH FORK PRESS rT r > jeAh r1I I VOL VIII NO 51 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 0 ir1010 Entered Fob 21 1902 > as secondclass matter Font Office a I at Spanish Fork UtAh Act of Congress March 3 1878 MERGER OF MILLIONS THREE GREAT FINANCIAL POW x ERS FORM COMBINATION WITH CAPITAL OF 150000000 Morgan Ryan and Morton Will Unite Three Great Trust Companies i Making Largest Merger of Its Kind In Country f r New YorkJ P Morgan Thomas I Ryan and Levi P Morton linked hands in New York on Monday in a trust company merger which unites resources of 150000000 It Is a triple combination bringing tho Guaranty Trust company the Mor ton Trust company and the Fifth Avenue Trust company all of this city under one head with the title of the Guaranty Trust company The merger Is perhaps the largest of its t kind in the ...

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. — 6 January 1910

rar r f THE SPANISH FORK PRESS r Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH I THE UTAH BUDGET r Thirtyone new school buildings Wore constructed In tho stale of Utah during tho past year at a total cost of 6J241G8 Because he use < l freozlno to freshen hamburger steak last August A Ilcckstcad was fined GO In pollen court lit Ogden a few days ago Snit Lakes newly elected officials nsaiuncil the duties of their offices on Ff Monday W Mont Kerry J having been I chosen president of tim now council Yihllo engaged In harvesting Ice near Park City Henry Hardln was caught In an Ice chute by a large Y quantity of Ice his leg being badly crushed Harry Anderson ono of tho oldest engineers In the point of service on ° thu Denver C Rio Grando railroad died In a Salt Lako hospital on Janu t ary 3 from typhoid pneumonia A gruesome discovery has been made In a pasture near Salt Lake twentytwo horses having died from want of food and water Tho keeper of tho animals will bo prosecuted J Edward Taylo...

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. — 6 January 1910

I s M r T L Jill J I 0 I Ai 7 S I i I zd 1 I i s 7 I W JrThat That Is the Passage CHAPTER I There Is a ruby mine hidden in the heart of the mountains near a remote little city of central Asia unknown to European travelers and the secret of the treasure belongs to the two chief families of the place and has been carefully guarded for many gen erations handed down through tho men from father to son and often tho children of these two families have married yet none of tho women ever learned the way to the mine from their fathers or their brothers or their husbands none excepting ono only and her name was Baraka which may perhaps mean Blessed but no blessing came tofher when sho was born She was much whiter and much more beautiful than the other gills of tho little Tartar city her face was oval like an ostrich egg her skin was as the cream that rises on sheeps milk at evening and her eyes were like the Pools of Peace in the Valley of Dark Moons her waist also was a slender pillar of Ivo...

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. — 6 January 1910

4r i r f 1 V I I J I tc 1 Sr + r TIME 1 to n TABLE A1 No GOgoing north 804 am Ho 02 going norLhl0lli am No 64goll1g north 328 am FROM SALT LAKE No G3 Eolng south 101G am No 01 going south 621 pin No 05 = going south 1218 urn r Pallatlal trains nro now running dully between SaM Lake and tho Pa cific Coast UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch 3 with two groat cities Beat local traIn scrvlco J II Burtner District Passenger II 4 Agent N Potorson Depot Ticket Agent 1 7HE J06RANDE Ri GRA dOE ANO WJ3Bglf Arrival tutu ucpanuro 01 trains from Depot No 40DFor Sprtngvlllo Provo ti and nil points cast and west 810 a m No 4311or Springvlllo Provo 3 Salt Lalco and all points east and west 327 p m No HOlor Eureka Mammoth and Silver City 703 p m No 4321or Eureka Mammoth and Silver City C1B a m Connections made in Ogden Union i depot with all trains on Southern I Pacific and Oregon Short Line OFFERS CHOICE OF a 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY4 AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES 4 Pullman Palace and ordinary Slee...

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. — 6 January 1910

9 I Q 1Q 1 1 p j If 1l 4 l Sw pn F IA1 t F td 0Khz A t r < 1 J t > dS I H l > Q 4 VI 1 AVAt I I IllMfIIiihIll 1t 1 M C f L cJ7ee = rN CI21V 5 a flit a OF fHD Pesscv 7 LR tf Je5 > arlvr tf ter Prs sv r W s T A MOMENT when the women of the west have A attained to complete lib erty of action and to eqilfil Ity with thu male BOX In 4J u r all matters save that ot a y the political franchise n when that Intellectual and t accomplished band who r under the name of suffra gettes arc dally mustering taws under Us banners recruits from all ranks of society with the rallying cry of Votes tor a Women and slowly but surely evolv ing a plan of campaign which leaving J out of account the aggressive militant attitude of certain of their members cannot but fall to appeal In the long run to that sex In whose political thralldom they claim to be it may bo pertinent to inquire what their sisters In the east and especially In China are doing Woman in China has many obstacles to overcome bef...

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. — 6 January 1910

i fiiiL P1F0 G st 9UM Nne1 You can savo from 1 to 1CO I vary easily In a year It only do panda on tho amount of business you do with us Tho quality of nil fur goods Is unsurpassed and our rlces aro saving prlcos Comploto lnos of everything In Jowolry ua f j MAIN rt SALT LAKE CITY UTAH r The Tonopah Vlrn > A story Is being circulated around Yonopah concerning one of the most prominent physicians In tms city and toWch shows that thuru are divers v methods of collecting hills Several months ago a well known Tonopah lady engaged a cook but tho 3 Qy days were postponed and Instead st coin of tho real mooing paid for llio icrvlcos only promises resulted Quo morning tho lady of tile nous OLfoue and on vIP ting the broaktant table was astonished to find that mi preparations had been made for tho morning meal Sho hastily went to the hired girls hell room where the servant was found In bed and who complained of being 111 Limo doctor wan summoned and after malting an axnmlnntlon asked the g...

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. — 6 January 1910

r SERIAL STORY M I = HER = I INFINITE VARIETY By Brand Whitlock Illustrations by Ray Walters I Copyright 1807 by UobbuUerrlll Co SYNOPSIS Senator Morley Vernon visit with his flanceo was Interrupted by a call from ols political boss at tho stato capital Both regretted It the girl more than ho because she had arranged to attend n dinner that evening with him She said she yearned for a national office for him On lemons desk In the senate ho found a red lose accompanied by a plea for 1 suffrage for women He met tho au 1 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 vote for the suffrage resolution Ho also aided her by convincing others Ho took t n liking to the fair suffragette Miss Greene consulted with tho lleutenant gov ernor Vernon admitted to himself that the suffragette had stirred a strange fet Ing within him Ho forgot to read his fiancees letter Vernon made a great I speech 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. — 6 January 1910

Local Jots Have your family photo taken Trimmed hats at half price ut Stah mans this week Choice duck and goose feathers for sale Call ut Press Office Fifty empty lard cans for 2i cents each gt Spanish Fork Bakery For sale team buggy and harness see John Prior isrunf 50c discount on trimmed hats and fih npes for one week from date at Stah mans Bertha the four year old daughto r of Mr and Mrs H Lewis Is sick wit pneumonia Remember the Big Inugural Ball a t the City Pavilion < tidIlY evening Adm fusion free Morris Martcll was chosen marshal and Joseph Markham and Zeb Coltrin his policemen by the new council John II hughes is i home from Idaho where he has been imployed in the rail road shops for the past four months The Nebo stake Sunday School Con vention will inept at the Stake Tabern acle Payson Sunday January 16th 4 1910 A large attendance is desired Miss Alice Howe fell on the sidewalk last Sunday afternoon and broke her right leg below the knee It will be n couple of months b...

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. — 13 January 1910

x > S S i ip i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS r I I VOL VIII SPANISH FORK m UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1910 NO 52 ELECTRICIAN INJURED v Eugene Lancaster Badly I Burned i i j Eugene JLancaster who is a partner jjio A L Stallings in the Utah Electric I Supply Co injured at the was Spanish I Fork Municipal Light and Power Sys oms transformer house Tuesday after noon His left hand and right arm were Ijbadly burned with electricity He was removed to town an soon as possible And medical aid was summoned and although his injury is a serious ono he Els doing as well as could be expected abed it is thought ke will recover speed fey w GUY ENRICHED f THIRTY DOLLARS ROVO BOYS LEAVE THAT SUM FOR NIGHTS FUN rK riThe city treasury was enriched 3000 this Thursday morning Veni Hardy of the Provo Post paid lien dollars for a straight drunk Lewis ICliirk ten dollars for straight drunk nd Harry Robe > and Roy Hardy five dollars each for common drunks No doubt there will be more Provo Sports come over here ...

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. — 13 January 1910

A Pi h TrYfi TVIs PiJB1ui r v r JLON CMwroRD q2 AUTHOR Of tiMACJtttteA ARZTHUMfT I JLLU3TMTW3JW s 7 WElL 4Q > f OPYACHT 1 D07 lJY IAAION CMWFORO r SYNOPSIS Unrnkn n Trtrtnr Klilbcrntno I enamored ti of a golden bearded HtrariKor who WIIH IiroipeetliiK nml muilylntc herbs In tho r vklnlly of her home In eimrnl Aslu and reverted to him the mention of it mine 1 of rallies hoping that the HtrunRvr would love her In retmti for her dlscloHiim r = They were followed to the ciivo by the b fdrls rcliitlviS who blocked up the en r trance iiiul drew off tlio water supply leaving tho couple to die j CHAPTER Continued I i The traveler fished up tho sack and waded out upon tho tiny beach Ho I looked up rather anxiously though ho could not have seen a bend looking down from above If there hnd been any one there There was not light enough Ho understood also that If tho men were going to shoot nt him from tho height they would wait till It G was dnyllght llnrnka stood Rtlll In the water which was...

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. — 13 January 1910

r t PUBLICITY WORK OF THE HARRIMAN LINES Great Efforts Put Forth In Advertising the West Salt Lake CltyIn reviewing the record for 1909 the passenger depart ment of the Oregon Short Line Rail road company under tho directions of Mr D 13 burley general passen ger agent has good reason for feel ling elation It has seen general ravel Increase more than 50 per cent over past years This Includes ravel to Yellowstone Park to the llaska Yukon Pacifc exposition spring and fall colonist business from the east and local traffic all or Which clearly demonstrates tho awak ned and growing Interest In this In ijbrmountaln country and tho Pacific Northwest This travel has not all been Iran lent or tourist travel much of It llTas remained with us which tho Miraculous growth of Utah Idaho and the whole west clearly attests These great increases must not bo charged to chance nor to the labors L a recent day alone for back of hem lie many years of ceaseless and untiring effort along publicity lines fi...

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. — 13 January 1910

TilE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher tT SPANISH FORK UTAH un T t THE UTAH BUDGET BUDGETI I The enterprlsng citizens of Tremon ton nro considering the advisability of Installing n wntorworks oyBtem In that town The product of the dry farms in Juab county In so far ns wheat Is con cerned aggregated during the year f 1 1909 about COOOOO bushels During the Inst year there were l seven divorces granted In limb coun r ty while the number of marriage li I censes Issued was thirtysix I i The cocaine habit is dragging more Ogden young men and women into the M depths of degradation than any other h vice existing in the city according to f n statement made by the chief of police A movement Is on foot by leading sheepmen to establish a permanent sheep show In Ogden to be hold an nually In conjunction with the Big Four State fair held there every Sep tember The twentysecond annual poultry I exhibition of the Utah Poultry associ ation opened In Salt Lake City on Janunry 10 when over 10...

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. — 13 January 1910

i f j 7 arrrnrrer ac Prompt I m Courteous I Telephone Service is what i everybody wants Get it by using Th DllOne that talks i Utah InC pendent Telephone Co I 1 meeeeeeeoeoee eeeeeeeeeeooeeeeeoeeeeoe0eeeeeeeeoeei I r CALIFORNIA I Round trip rates on sale daily Limit returning six months s j i Write for full information to f Kenneth C Kerr 169 S Man Street Salt Lake City Dr C O SCOTT DENTIST i Office Phone No 43a ror O Croor Bldrf Spanish Fork Utah I IND PHONE OFFICE flouno nHBIDBNOI NO 43 10 TO 18 A M orrioa NO 43A 2 TO 4 PM DR JL 0 STODDARD IN W O CREER BUILDINQ SPANISH FORK UTAH Dr W E Warner Quarantine and City Physician 3 Office two doors north of City Drug s Store Night calls made from offices s Ind Phono 352r S Spanish Fork Utah Dr J W Hagan Office at World Drug Co Buildiog 3 Spanish Fork Utah Bell Phone 11 Ind Phone 32 Residence ono block west of Commercial Bank > Phyfilcluii UtiihItlulio Sugar Company t e l Dr J Fred Potter Optician EYES TESTED GLASSES PROPERLY FITTED Off...

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. — 13 January 1910

w L k TIlt MARK p j GUM1M ri MR DOOLY says Whlnlver anybody offers to give c you somethln fr nawthlii or some Cfiln fr less thin Its worth or more < r nomethln thin Its worth dont take any chnncts Veil fr a pollsman Our goods are guaranteed Our price always very reasonable oa VJ 170 I jMAIN SI SALT LAKt CITY UTAH I I BEDS Good seed ire the true foundation of Urge txopt Our LilT Catalogue tell all about the Left seeds that grow Send for Free Copy i VOGELER SEED CO Snit Lako City I A Mild December I The lato Joseph Dornoy of San Joflo tho famous detective who o bst feat was the capture of Canon Bernard after a chaRo from Alaska to Capo Horn used to Impute his sue I ecra to his Knowledge of men A detective no would say ahoulil know tho habit ot every ctlass Then no disguise can deceive 1 fclraAll All men even the most unmethodi cal havo their habits Even thu I tramp has his I You great big lazy loafer 1 aaJd to a tramp one December day you ought to bo In Jail Yes AlgIe the tramp rep...

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. — 13 January 1910

F r 4 r t FRUIT AND ALFALFA I Among Easiest Crops to Raise on Dry Land Says Expert r Well Known Western Horticulturist Gives Reasons for Stating They I Can Easily Be Raised In an Arid Country I I At the recent Dry Farpi congress I held at fillings Mont Mr E 11 Par eons a well known Colorado horticult I urist who has made dry farmIng a lose stud and has been qulto sue I be sful gave an Interesting talk Among othor things he said l I I It may surprise some of you to know that If any man wore to ask line what I considered the easiest I crops to ralso on the dry faun my I answer would bo fruit and alfalfa I Trees and alfalfa are both deep ooted and this Is half the battle In fighting drought On my ranch we tplow from ten to twelve Inches for all our crops In order that their roots may get down as deep ns possible In the shortest possible time We first secure the moisture for fruit trees by plowing a year ahead of time and digging holes in the fall before planting and with two or three f...

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. — 13 January 1910

j I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WKKKkY V ANIMKW JKN8KN IUIIMSlirll HUIISOIIUTION One year IM I PAVAIIIK IN AOVANCK I Local Jots t I Have your family photo taken Trimmed hats at half price i at t Stah t mans this week 7 Choice duck and goose feathers for t I sale Call at Press Office t Ii Fifty I empty lard cans for 25 cent I each Kt Spanish Fork Bakery I For sale team buggy and harness see John Prior iZtnif For Sale Part of city lot best ol I locatisn Enquire of Elian Hansen i Hows this 25 percent discount on tai I I lor made suits Seo Robert Boyack E I Agent i For any kind of photographing copy ing and fine enlarging see Stahmann i hotographer j j I While you have your family all at 1 t i home have a nice family photo made i at Stnhmanns studio I I S Peter Malcolm left the city yesterday onroute for Garfield where he intends I 4 to work in the Boston Con mill II I I Mr and Mrs Lewis Evans are down 7 from Scofield visiting with relatives 4 for a week or ten days Mrs Hannah Swenson has be...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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