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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 24 February 1910

NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subacripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance = r THE < SPANISH FORK PRESS A OL IX NO6 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 1910 at Entered Spanish Fob Fork 21 110 Utah ns secondclass Act of Compress ibis r Pout 3 Office 1879 I I HEAVY LOSSES < ATOR ALDRICH DECLARES HE OULD RUN GOVERNMENT r MUCH CHEAPER Speaking 4 In Favor of Creation of Pommlsslon to Reform the Busi ness Methods of Government Declares He Could Save 300000000 a Year Washington Senator Aldrich made statement on Monday that If per ted to do so ho would undertake tun the government of the United ites for 300000000 a year less than fcow costs He was not presenting rural proposition but was making seek to tho senate on his bill for I creation of a commission to re the business methods of the gov eat o said that present methods were lete and involved the annual loss kt least 100000000 At this in nee the bill was s...

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. — 24 February 1910

rii r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH ii r THE UTAH BUDGET L f A committee from the Ogden Cham bor of Commerce Is investigating the i feasibility of installing a municipal I + electric Hcht nlant In Olden City p Robort Gerald aged C died in Salt I Bake City as a result ot eating pois oned candy An investigation Is being made to determine how the little tel I t low came In possession of the poisoned r candy do The body of Andrew Wilson the miner who disappeared from Eureka has been found The body was dis j covered by a searching party In a I f gulch covered by snow Wilson had undoubtedly frozen to death A fire alarm system Invented by K + D Marshall of Salt Lake City Is being carefully tested by Fire Chief T J Paine of Ogden and It Is probable that If tho apparatus is successful It will I I bo Installed In tho Junction city Gordon Pock aged 24 years of Salt t I Lro City was killed in a cave fn at j s l the Evergreen mine at Brighton Sat t urday night ...

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. — 24 February 1910

i trrdl r > i < sv i r tt l + 1 tlt 11 Y rMAQwN CluwrORD AUTHOR OF JIIRACIYEc5iAJ qRETflUJAElror liTf 1ro sQ LJf7 O yJw7loOy 4y f q1 ioN PRAw ww SYNOPSIS girl became enamored Tartar D < iraknnn straiiRcr who was bearded if a K olden cnml B saran Herbs hie the pcctlnB In central Asia and PtYllof home oC her oinu rklnlty tho location of n mIne Scaled to hIm that i the stranger would lf rubles 1 ° PlnBtulrnT for Her disclosure return bytthe In forthe cave ova her Jforc0vpd to the cave by the hey VluM who blocked up tho en rls relatives drew oft silo water supply ranee lull JSio to die Barnkus cousin avlll the betrothed couple attempted to climb sad her cult overlooking limo mine but Own u shot him The stranger wns lC traveler < water Bourd Saad car vlvcrt from a out of the tunnel and oi ed iluc his way tho Itlrl and carryinB tpartul IIlsertll fiarkkir fILth croll all tile rubles carted lUhe bag Vf could carry anti started In pur ems BMenrcrct no Margarita da DOllne ult Xn I...

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. — 24 February 1910

l I s r i It I 4 TIME TABLE f r No CG going north 1016 nm No 02 going north 720 am d No 04 going north 328 pm FROM SALT UAKI3 No 03 going Honth 1015 am No Cl going south 1028 pm No 05 going south 623 pm Ialliitlnl trains arc now running dally between Salt Lake and the Pa cific coast m UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch with two great cities Best local train I service 1 J 11 MANDERFiELD Assistant General Passenger Agent i N PETERSON Depot Ticket Agent w of EA J06RANDE diDG aNGE W RN i I Arrival and departure of trains ii t from Depot d No 40Ior Sprlngvllle Provo and all points east and west 810 a m i No 4311 + Sprlngvllle Provo al 1 Salt Lake and all points east and west 327 pm No 410001 Eureka Mammoth I and Sliver City 703 p m No 432or Eureka Mammoth v and Sliver City C15 a m si Connections made In Ogden Union depot with all trains on Southern 111 Pacific and Oregon Short Line OFFERS CHOICE OF I 4FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY4 i t AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ti ROUTES Pullman Palace and ordin...

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. — 24 February 1910

= = = = S V TUSI LU 1 I Y M e t rr k i Q 6 r to OT many tour ists visit the = house In which n the mother of rdG4 George Was h tt n T etty os Ington lived nnd died In Freder Icksburg Va ° Washlngtons or that branch of u The tho largo Washington family which 1 played so great a role In American j history left the Popes crook farm later called Wakefield In West moreland county about three years after the birth of George Washington The family removed to another Wash farm In Stafford county on the ington Y + north bank of the Rappahannock 6 y river opposite Fredericksburg w It was there that much of the boy l hood of Washington was spent There t ti f too the mythical exploits of chopping R I down the cherry tree etc were per formed After George Washington 1 and his brothers had left this farm and after the marriage of Betty Washington to Major Fielding Lewis y of Frederlcksburg I Mrs Mary Wash In Fredericks t ington bought a cottage burg close to Kenmore the home of her daughter and res...

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. — 24 February 1910

t t SOME REASON IN OBJECTION cottJ5h Kilt Doubtless a Reasonable and Convenient Garment Out Not for All Occasions + 1 At a dinner nl Clarldgos the smartest hotel In London MId with GO Ultte pride a ChlcttKoan I ant be fi t aide young niilnolniulcr Stewart Anita Stewarts brother you know Anita Stewart married Don Miguel of t t 2rara1Tn I I iotod nhlnclandcr a bit on tho r taut ho woro at Ills Blstoru Scot I t tlsh wedding Ho look my joking In u1 I Tcwxl purl lIe said the kill WIIH n fine ennventlonal dress and Ull recently Ifs bad thought It suitable everywhere 1 JJDd tilt nil purposes t IlHccnlly though ho suggested that i tSttt house servants In Tulloch castle should wear as livery tho Stewart kilt P Ii i bilL lie major darn objected TCow said Mr Stewart what Is il l goer objection wool air the major domo an I tm i tvwenxl a man cnnnn clean upstairs windows In a kilt noo can h07 ISz it i hnngo r LOOKING AHEAD dti I Via I Etephant Why docs Longnock run w I I ixronnd with his head so...

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. — 24 February 1910

WHEN YOUR BACK ACHES 8US pECT THE KIDNEYS nacltacho te kidney ache In most The kidneys Echo and throb cases with dull pain be cause there is in b rwr 1 flammation within yassrsry r t You cant be rid of the ache until you 1 y cure the causethe kidneys O Doans Kidney s st r Pills cure sick kid bra tw neys G S Warren 1G17 No 7th St Boise Idaho says r An injury to my back years ago left I me lame I had to use a cane and it hurt me terribly to i stoop or lift The L kidney secretions passed too frequent Iy For five years slncq I was cured by Doans Kidney Pills I have had no return of tho trouble Remember the nameDoans For ale by all dealers GO cents a box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y Anybody Does He Love Anybody i Von Moltke had some few human I failings He loved his wife devotedly I but conquered his alma mater Den I mark even after she had educated him I for the military service out of her I poor stingy pocket But Kitchener f is a machine man only Ho loves 1 neither man nor woman Ills s...

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. — 24 February 1910

p Local Jots Mrs Ncls Petersen is feeling much better this morning and is thought to be on the road to recovery 4 Willis H Johnson came down from Winter Quarters last Friday where he Lt has been working for the past eight t months h 9 Miss Ruth Mntley who has H bosltior 1 4 in the assessors office at Provo 18 i home having been quiet sick with a 1 U 1 cold I Mrs John Howu is reported to be y very ill Since the death of her 1 daughter Mrs Jane Stoker she has i been in poor health l John H Davis and wife are down from A Winter Quarters visiting with friend t t and relatives Mr Davis health has 1y been poor of late p l i Exchanged CapesAt the Black Hawk I dance someone took my cape by mis take Will the person please exchange I Mrs Jane Evans I Ir Mrs Frank Abbott left for Salt ti Lake last Friday morning the 18th inst 1 I where she will join Mr Abbott and make her future home i t It t t Mr Eat Scovill has returned from I 11 I r a Northern States mission and has been I 1 visiting friend...

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. — 4 March 1910

f THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I + VOLUME IXR SPANISH FORK UTAH FRIDAY MARCH 4 1910 NUMBER 7 VETERAN 1 r MINER PASSES AWAY TODAY David R Thomas died at six ocloc Thursday evening at the home of his brother M M Thomas of this city of t miners consumption from which he has suffered Beverly for a long time Mr Thomas was born in Wales Dec ember 15th 1851 He came to Utah in 1873 and has been a miner all his life Prior to his death he had been confined o his bed eleven months He lived and died a faithful LatterDay Saints DEATH OF OFAGED AGED LADY Jane E Stone commonly known as Grandma Stone died last Saturday at her home in Salem of old age and general debility The funeral services were held in the Salem L I D S Church Tuesday after noon The house was filled to its ut most capacity The speakers all eulog ized the life and character of the de ceased Grandma Stone was born in Stokes County North Carolina in April 1838 She came to Utah in 1879 and for a numcer of years livedin Salem Seven children...

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. — 4 March 1910

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH i i i THE UTAH BUDGET nt Tho town of Wellsvllle Is to have n bank with a capital of 20000 1 IJxGovornor Arthur L Thomas has been rcappolntcd postmaster at Salt Lake City for his fourth term At tho old folks celebration nt 1 Draper on Friday moro than 400 per Eons over tho ago of 40 were present I + T Antonio Yoconentl a laborer for tho Hi Hii1 Denver Rio Grando railroad at Col ton was run over and Instantly killed by a freight train I Mrs Katharine 1C Hatch a pioneer renldont of this state and also of sev t eral other states In tho west died at ti i Logan February 2C at tho ago ot 71 years A white man caught In an opium don In Park City whon a raid was made by the police put up the plea i that ho was teaching tho Chinamen I how to roar i 1 rI Weber county fruit growers propose t to Inaugurate a system of packing now in use In tho California and Grand Junction regions which is said I to bring much higher prices for the ...

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. — 4 March 1910

ni J la aa TI 1Tco itrthr rpJmTI n f v JJJ u JlOBtnr Of DIE nlNNlSF ILLUJTIATlcf ACIrrClUlfC JY RAY WALTfJ co 11 SYNOPSIS with the shipwreck of tory opens The story which Miss Genevieve thc steamer American on heiress Lord Win 1811e an an KnKllshrnan and Tom Blake ihrnne American were passengers R brusque tossed upon an unlnhab The three were not and were tho only ones UPI Island Blake recovered from a drunk drowned lllake shunned on the boat hero n stupor of his roughness cbecamel hero because of the helpless pair The as preserver was sulnB for the hand ot Englishman Leslie Blako started to swim back 11188 to recover what was left ship to the returned safely AVlnthropo wasted Blake which match on a cigarette for his last scored by Blake Their first meal he was dead fish The trio started a ten was n a hike for higher land Thirst attacked mile Xcked them Blake was compelled to I tacked Miss Lcallo on account of wean carry He taunted Wlnthrope I They entered ered ness the Jungle That ...

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. — 4 March 1910

I t y II I m I TIME i j TABLE GI I out 4 No CG going north 1015 am No 62 going north 720 am ti No C4 going north 328 pm f q1 I FROM SALT LAKE No 63 going south 1015 am No 61 going south 1028 pm I i No 6G going south 623 pm t Pallatlal trains are now running dally between Salt Lake and the Pa tt l cific coast 1t UTAH COUNTY Is In direct touch > with two great cities Best local train 1 service r 1 J H MANDERFiELD Assistant i General Passenger Agent N PETERSON Depot Ticket Agent t i9 1 A DENVER me l RE J06RANDE i Ifi GRAN W STERNW tl I Arrival and departure of trains I from Depot 1 U No 40Jor Sprlngvlllc Provo t and nil points east and west t X 810 a in No 431 For < Sprlngvllle Provo j Salt L iko and all points east j and west 327 p m t No 410 For < Burokn Mammoth t and Silver City 703 p m w I No 432Ior Eureka Mammoth I and Silver City 615 a m JfI r IV Connections mado In Ogden Union 1 t I depot with all trains on Southern Pacific and Oregon Short Line 4 OFFERS CHOICE OF I 4FA...

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. — 4 March 1910

t11fw PLJPiMP = h ii 4 NCRAwroRD Oe AUTHOR OF I1RACIIEc5fAJ jRETIIUJAElr 1 LItYTRATIOeMY s 7 WEL ova I CUT S9O7 OY fflAflOft PflAWFana O SYNOPSIS I Biraka a Tartar girl became enamored e fa golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studyIng herbs In the Ciolnity ot her home In central Aelu and revealed to him the location of a millet of rubles hoping that the stranger would Inv her in return for her disclosure TTlwrenfollowed tortheecaveeby the girl s relatives who blocked up the en trance and drew off the water supply france the couple to die Barakas cousin Baad her betrothed attempted to climb down a cliff overlooking the mine but the traveler ehot him The utranger was revived from a water rourd Sand car ried duff his way out of the tunnel and departed de ortnir the girl and carrying jebaglof ruble Baraka gathered all the gem she could carry and started In pur iuit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famoua prIma donna became enraged In london to Konstantln Lo rothetl a we...

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. — 4 March 1910

M I d A STRIKING PORTRAIT I r t r ono I I Y t Thin la a portrait of Ills the dent t s rutc i1 rutcA A very striking picture Ho looUi L out it lie were Just going to epcalc I IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA I t No tongue can toll how I Buffered br five years with itching and blood 9 t Sn7 eczema until I was cured by mho Cuticura llomodlcs antI I am so grate + ftil I want the world to know for t what helped mo will help others My II body and face woro covered with sores One day It would seem to bo bettor and then break out again with I d + i the most terrlblo pain and Itching I f 1 i u rare been sick several times but never In my 11 Co did I experience such I awful suffering as with this eczema I 11 bail made up my mind that death wan wear at hand und I longed for that time when I would bo at rest I had it tried many different doctors and medi 1 cines without success and my mother i J brought mo tho Cutlcurn Remedies In I slating that I try them I began to t tfeel better after tho first bath wit...

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. — 4 March 1910

ffltXARK O GaUARANTEC Plated Silverware I We soil the best brands of plated tableware made In the world More silver bottor patterns and longest guarantees Prices as low aa cheap tuff t t i tuffOj w IU < Oj I J 170 NAINt SALT LAin CI L UTAH SEEDS Good needs are the true foundation of Uric crop Oar big CaUlogae tells all about the best needs that prow Send for Free Copy VOGELER SEED CO Salt Lake City TESTED SEEDS It costs hundred of dollars every year to rasa TEST OUR SE2DB But when you buy them you can depend they pMse3s The Quality Write for our Free Doacrlptlv Catalog PORTERWALTON CO Salt Lake City RUBBER STAMPS o BADGES OllEOK8 SEALS STENCILS Etc THADE ull Rubber Type Outfits and nupplies In stock line nil Mall oft CN receive prompt attention SALT LAKE STAMP CO 8alt Lake City = ss Thought Him a Poor Editor SonflAre there any sea serpents t pop Father LIni sure I dont know my boy Son = Well what Is electricity latherI give It up SonPop what does tho north pole look like latherI ...

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. — 4 March 1910

Il it Local Jots 1 Read the locals on page 1 I Home for saleEnquire of Lyman losee jI FOR SALESecond hand wngon and harness cheap Apply to Edward C ChristiAnson t For Rent Three room brick cement cellar new One block east of S F I Coop Apply to John S Johnson Eureka Utah or Commercial Hank of Spanish Fork 5 President Taft has returned from his t tour of the West He is willing every farmer should have what money he needs to improve his farm or buy more land Accordingly money can be had 1 on reasonable terms in any amount with liberal partial payment options by com municating with SAMUEL COIINAUY i An excellent cough syrup is Been Laxative Cough Syrup It gently yet freely moves the bowels thereby driv r ing out the cold and at the same time it heals irritation of the throat and thus stops the cough Children like it Sold by the World Drug Co y 111 Samuel Cornaby planted the first rose bush in Spanish Fork fifty years ago and he is still in the flower business If you want fresh lowers f...

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. — 10 March 1910

7 f 1 1ti i I v THE SPANISH FORK PRESS d r w 1 t z VOLUME IX SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 10 1910 NUMBER 8 jneral of David RThomasCymro Funeral services were held at the ourth ward meeting house Monday arch 7 over the remains of David R hornas Cyrnro who died on March 3 lishop i A J Hansen presided The Wting was called to order at 2 p m ke opening prayer was offered by Ibert Swenson The first and second Svmns were The Resurrection Day ymns End Now Hes Gone Well Not Recall im The choir was led by H rum hristcnsen with Albert Swenson at e organ The speakers were Marinus arson Thomas Llewellyn August wenson and Jacob Robertson with a eW remarks by Bishop Hansen at the lose The speakers in their remarks ere full of praise for the dead and ope and consolation for the living luring the services Miss Mary Evans ith Miss Mary Larsen at the organ utig in a beautiful manner a solo Face to Face The Third ward uartette also rendered a selection Saved by Grace Fred Lewis Jr ading I The congr...

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. — 10 March 1910

iTr THE ANISII FORK PRESS Andrew Jensen Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH THE UTAH BUDGET tit Work has begun on tho new water s I works system ut Sprlngvllle While crossing the railroad track at + Lohl George Cromer foil and broke t t his right lop Li i The Sugar House district consist Ing of 903 acres has been annexed to Salt Lake City 1j Three deer hunters convicted at Marysvnlo of Illegally killing doer have been fined 100 each During the week Just closed there I were forty births In Salt Lake of r which twentyone were boys and si twentyeight girls t i I During 1008 Mere was nearly 50 h 000000 pounds of crude salt harvested In Utah and 22112000 pounds of re 1 t m lined salt manufactured i + Robert Atkinson was caught under I a mass of earth which fell In the Hut I lorLlberal mine at lllnghain but was i rescued alive mid will recover 1 successful Institute was held at 1 I 1 Mldvalo on Friday by the teachers of d tho Jordan district It was estimated that there were more than 175 pub t1 H...

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. — 10 March 1910

I f aJ Ihlhrii + 1 v THAsiON CRAWfORD Cff AUTHOR Of shy Jiv5FR r 51RETIIIlJAElr 11LlJTRATION 1ro s 7 WEIL O our Ia0Y ay fsttfuos CRAWFORD SYNOPSIS bccamo enamored Tartar girl naraka a t a golden and bearded studying stranger herbH who In was the g r1 plctlng ot her home In central Asln and lelnltY to him the location of a mine Iealell hoping that tilt strnnyr woulll t ruble In return for her dlseI08uI OC her followed to the ae by tutu hey wr who blocked up the en lattoH rls and drew off the cater supply ance inff the couple to die Harnkus cousin axing betrothed attempted to climb her nttetnrted gad cliff overlooking die mine but SSivcd own n + from shot a water him Tho gourd stranger Sand car was ed dug his way out ot the tunnel and I irted deserting the girl and carrying eparted of lublps Haralta gathered all tho mJi she could carry find started In pur ems Margaret Donne Margarita polo It a famous prlma donna became i ordove Konstantln Io In London to ngagell IIIPII a wealthy Greek...

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. — 10 March 1910

yii k ENTOMBED BY B SLIDE FIFTY MEN KILLED BY AN AVA LANCHE WHILE AT WORK ON i CANADIAN PACIFIC TRACK r u Were Engaged In Clearing Tracks From Previous Slide When Larger Slide Came Down and Swept Them Into Canyon Below t Vancouver II CIrty men who were engaged In clearing tho Canadian Pacific tracks In Rogers Pass at tho s rt fiummlt of tho Selkirk range were en tombed by an avalanche Saturday i 1 morning Fourteen others Injured j have been taken to tho hospital The men wore a working crow en tJ gaged In clearing away a small slide I which had come down early the pre i vious evening They wore working a I rotary engine over It when a larger r elide came down and carried them to tt t d J their death in tho canyon below 4i At first it was believed that all of i tho hundred man engaged were killed but during tho early morning it was found that many had escaped and the t + death list Is now placed In tho vicinity of fifty The accident occurred near n snowshed ono mile west of Rogers i pa...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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