|Spanish Fork Press
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|Spanish Fork Press
F this county, and in the newspaper mains to the grave, which was business we wish him success dicated by Elder C, W. Booth, THE PRESS. HKXKLY. A.! EW SPANISH sriwuii-no- UTAH, x uaim. Out year Six nioiitW Four mouths Two months i 4 $i,r0 75 50 25 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Applieat.iin has I icon liimhi for mission through the mails as mail lmi't.-r- . i t All hills for suited on the i advertising tir-- t will ho of each month, ad- jut 1 vt Local News, ... Will Creer came down from Idaho last Tuesday uight, ani wi in town for a few days remain Call on W, T. James for your relatives and friends. valentines, two doors south of The visiting Pn ss office. Mrs. Thomas Holm of Palmyra died Monday and was buried On Sunday Know, i neel more snoty, Look out for Yulon lino day, i Mrs. Win, Jex 1ms been quite rirk, but is slowly improving. "Wny Down East is presented hoiiso opera tonight, in (lie I'rovo . - Kjieeiul attention Oran Lewis cut on is called to Australian un derware. yes- The ice men ayo now harvesting Charles Daly and Earn Kirkman their crop, realizing this may be of Springville were visitors to our their last opportunity this winter. town Sunday. Mr, Daleys wife Mr . IJartsouk, the photographer, returned to Idaho after u short has arrived from Provo with his visit to Springville. photograph wagon, and is located On the 12th of February the uri the Hoyiyck House grounds. hoys and girls under the eupervi The nmrried peoples party given sion of Alisa Qliy iq, Stringer am in Tuttloa hall last night was a sue Mrs. Tlteo, Lee will give An The cess, PJ numbers being sold, with Evening with Lincoln. about thirty-fiv- e extra ladies. We will be followed with a social. wish we had been there, The evening will he freo to all interest od, Mrs. Pena Smoot and Mrs. Mary Puckers have returned fiom MamThe regular meeting of the Sunwhere moth, they have been visit- day School Union of Nebo Stake lt will commence Sunday next at ing friends. They report an time, and feel three years 2:30 p. in., at Payson. Prof. Wolfe of tbe B. Y. A. will lecture, Ed younger. M. Itowe will sing. Other num Salt Lake has a new daily paper, will also be rendered. Sunday The Evening Telegram, which is a xrs School oflieers and teachers are exbright, newsy and attractive paper. pected to be present, and the pub It costs $7 a year or 3 cents a copy, ic are invited. and is en-ib- Ted. Wood compromised with the Success to The of Salt Telegram. company Jmko at Chas. Pehertson,Jr., while returnf you know anything now just ing home from the rabbit bunt i div-?"d tell n? and we will tell ball Tuesday liiglit, slipped oil tbe ice nnd fell as be was somvVd,ly plfVi climbing the bill in the east part of town, breakA new fen uu Mq I'ou) built ing his colar bone, around the homo hf Mfft Ntui li. F, Woodward and wife o.f Farr on Main Street. Diamond paid tlx a visit this wed;. linger Creer is now prepar.i to We look to see them located pergive you the right kind of insurmanently in Spanish Folk in the ance on your homes. spring, (kmie on Frank, with The V. M. and V, L. M. I. A. of electric lights and water works, tlo Second ward will give n grand where could you beat Kpanish , hall in Till ties hall tomorrow Fork ? non-partisa- n. night. There will be a parents' meeting February 7th, in Triday evening, m EVERY MAN winter time. The germ which Invades the physical anatomy that has been sink by lightning and the bacillus that plays havoc with persons who are run over by railroad trains can be hunted up and Identified later, would WOO b ff he knew he con jej buy it as Cheap as Cotton We have a CUT PRICE on the iwnjni Best Underwear tdade. It Is Warmer and Wears Bettor than any other; and will not Shrink as it is Made from Dove and Diver. It eeems a long cry from "dove" to "diver," and yet the two words are one AUSTRALIAN WOOL and tbe same in etymology. Dove was originally a name given tq sea gulls The Regular Price was $2.75, now Kednceil to $2.00 , (the divers), and only later came to A Suit, or $1.00 a Piece. be restricted to Its present sense. Even now one of the guillemots (a kind of auk) Is called the Greenland dove Loon and booby aptly describe the awkwardness and clumsiness of the great northern diver and gannet Save your Cotton Underwear for Summer and buy the Woolen now. 'Twill make you Healthy and Happy. Ilam Richter' Crltlclira. one occasion Hans Richter was present at a concert given by a brother composer, at which the latter performed a long and not particularly In terestlng work of his own. When the composition came to an end Richter expressed his criticism In a very few words. "Well, he said. "I, too. haf written compositions to make a pile so h'gi raiding Ms hand tM-cfeet from ti I haf i rm-vlbtmnoJ them. On 0 BAN Lswig, Spanish Fork, Utah. - the Central School bouse, at which The Orlglnnt The shrew was originally the shrew State Superintendent A. F. Nelson mouse, which, when her young were will sneak on subject i relative to helpless, would fight desperatey In die home mu the school. Come their defense, and so well known wrs and listen to one of Utahs leading the courage of this llt.l animal, whl h would even out of Its go to seek educators, at 7;30 p. m. Itemem-x- q an enemy at times whenwaythe the time, place, speaker, nnd nerdod protection, that the word pst applied to a woman who was fi'ut yqi, up) cordially inyited to u ready to seek a quart el. attend l!;e meeting. ip ! Thu unumd meeting of the stockholders of Hit yspaiiiidi Fork West Field Irrigation company was held yesterday in the city hall. The tiuancial report was read and accepted by n unanimous vote. The following were tdected officers of the corporation fur the ensuing year: Fred Matley, president, by acclamation, Peter Nielsen, U. W. Money, tirst director, by acclamation; William T Monk and John E. Bowen, directors, by a majority vote. C. Monk was elected secretary and treasurer by acclamation. Miss May James, w ho is studymusic under Prof. Luinl of the Steven Bjurnson is in town to- ing 11. Y. A. in Provo, came home to day looking up the insurance business for the Mutual Life Insur- attend the Sunday School banquet at Payson last Friday night, and ance company, s spent a few days visiting here. We l'lie Second and Fourth wards are sure success will attend her are putting in about tifteen loads musical efforts. of lake sand each day preparatory A rabbit hunt gotten up between to continueiug their ward meeting Wm. Boyuck and A. B. Kookhill llOll-gtook place last Monday in the wilServices at - the derness between payson and GosNEW LINE. church; Sunday m hool, 10:30 n.m.; hen, the Rockhill side eomjng out Sub7:30 in.' preaching cervices, with M rabbits to Boyacks 23. p. Gold, silver and blue ject of evening service for next The losiug side gave a dance in velveteen nt II. Pursons. Sunday, The Pathway to Peace. Tuttle's hall Tuesday night. . Gnn Theory Cover (everythin. Some one has discovered that sunstroke Is only the work of a microbe of peculiar shape and kind. It only remains now to find the germ which causes people to freeze to death In o'clock, sireet railway Elevator. In Hal re evening Will Stevvar; reached homo, after a pleasant ten terday. Services were held in the Palmyra ward meeting house at 2 days visit, to Purl City. pro-gra- We Reniovlus crusade has been bfgun In Wash inrton arjaliiHt the southern custom of non removing their hats while riding in elevators 1! th-are any women pa sMigers. Notices have been posted In the corridors of several large office buildings to the effect that good taste docs not require gentlemen to remove their hats In the presence of ladles who may he using the elevator. The reason for the crusade la Bald tg be altogether hygienic. A Charles Harrison, architectura photographer, nt Marble Works, Jr.NiE., Publisher. FORK, de- . S. vice-preside- A . "DM: E'J0:ICC - v- - -- : i r.il found. S! about tvt . t Vti hnr.plng in tl no. n. A is p.iax emblem lor a , A; .. and the pifkax 't,:. ye. air, never dig.--, out a -- i. .. for h..-- i to advance upon. F.'I -- la'-.-,:- . : ; , ( ImrrlptloiM Bonder V.,M, Of the 2,o0i) ... Motive V'.l.fi . at !. tlnn in New Vj-than half, it is t.iid, wfro i voll by msnipiiona civ-i! ,i Van Wyck, such " tr . y h'm.' ".Vot Urn l.e caudi.ia," ,a i . t..:..i,i;. (3 j;e uu e a rnt i , s fo'-th- ) of lha Chi fib vu.'t w. gA-- ('.. n. !,. . - , Prc.-Lytcria- n VoncO.n Fnnrrnl Cuitom. At Venice wlun any one dies It la metallic the custom to fix a placard before the person's house, as well ns la adjacent streets, as a sort of public notice. stating his name, age, place cf birth, nnd the tHmss from which he died, affirming niso that he received the hoiy died a good Christian, rn-- n.qu.'.tin.j the prayers of the faithful. de.--d Youthful Convict, Air. ami Mrs. Oran Lew is and The city council met in regular The youth of the convicts who esAnnie (iardner spent, Tuesday session last night. The vote was caped recently from th Fort Leavenand Wednesday in Salt Lake buv-dre- unanimous to remit no more li- worth penitentiary Is not!, cable. One was only sixteen years old, two wcr goods for summer. They censes hereafter. A petition was ctgMeen, three were nineteen, three went lo theater to see Ward play two twenty-tw- o, presented by residents living in twenty, three twenty-one- . .hi! ins Cneser. four twenty-threthree twenty-fmi- r, the vicinity of the drain ditch on four twenty-fiv- e and the oldest Elder B. II, lioheils dilivered a Fourth Eu it to Imyethe drain tiled was twenty-eigh- t. lecture lam Sui'dav night in the and tilled up; referred to commitIroflu In Attur of Knar. Provo T-- iffimele, under the auspi- tee for report. The proposition to One the roost J, routable products of t ops otT the cut the poplar trees of M. ,M. 1. A., on the ces of the Is the oil or attar Bulgaria of about the city square was taken roses, whltb amounts to more than subject, The Secondary Purpose of 1 1.000, ftoo The town of annually. tin Mi-siof Jesus Fliri-- t. Tliete under advisement. where was fought the decisive Shljkn, was a well tilled house. The Utah Traveling Library is battle of the Tmko-Rnssla- n war, on in charge of Mrs. Lee. There the 7th of July, 1S77, is the center of still There is n great deal of stock the are some thirty of these libraries wintering out this winter, on acd DUliifritlou t Ualvn.iou. count of the shortage of the hay circulating through the State, the sun imr (iulve ton During ladies the clubs. by They has been disluf.past crops l.mt summer, ami every now eting vm h a f p ii. kilns; of contain the latest luniks, cart. To the alleys, the low many and again in traveling along the streets, to and free are town where the fronts of market bu"ss and the every railroad you can see a poor creaof fish and oytrr shops the cart ture that has lud to give up its life they go for three months. This is refuse almost dal'y visits, a ml It is has paid on account of the cold nnd nothing the second case we have had here, generally ndmlttid that the practice and unyone having a Imok out now lias done much to preserve health. to eat. will pieuse return it, ns we want to XVeUt, N fining, A t.rs. Taylor of Salem had a send this one on and get another. - The Welsh Langut langinige appears to he runaway last Saturday. The horses The library will be found in the approaching extinct. on. At u at D Uu l! .one of the prinstarted from near the Freer and reading room of the Prcsbjturiun rl.ueds-r.-dcipal speaker sta'e.l that In 1S7! as Nielson bail ding with the lady in chapel, nnd the room will he oje many as t,Cu.'.,lPi) p rs.ms spoke the sleigh and ran about three Wednesday nnd Friday nights. Welsh, but in lVU the number !ud fiiil.'ii to 9ll blocks south, where Mrs. Taylor a dtcii.is, of M Ml, The funeral services over the re- ti.ou.h I ho had imanwalio d in the horses over .Mima turning Mi-- ss l e, , 1 on r-- e fur-nidic- r mains of Mrs, Mary Taylor, the agwiii't the fence', thereby stopping woman who was what might have been a serious run- unfortunate mriied to death last Saturday, wus away. leM in the First ward meeting With the last of the muse on Monday, th 3rd ., Win. amt p. as she lu.d lived' in Spanish Springriile Independent tiih-osevered his connection with Folk for ii long time slit was Weil that paper, Mr. tiibsoii hni hem mow n, nnd people from all parts with the 1 ndepotiiii nt about six of the city wvre in att- nd.ince. Vi Hr., dining liicli lime the Inde- Appropriate )ij mns were sung by Ini'- - been one of the cleanthe choir, conducted by pendent m, est iitnl countn papers iii Tod. The speakers Were I'ntri-nrd- i tin' S tie, herever you go Mr. G. W. Wilkins. Kld rs C. (tibson, nuv sueeess ln with ,u. Monk, . (). Fiver, Henry Tilley Mr. J. dill ill, who sU'vecds Mr, and Itidmp h'. MeKell. A large tiilo-ou- . m a prominent lawyer in eortege of oli it lost followed the re in-t- ii In. T1MK CARD. Wi-M- f.-- Pai-!tl- t he r'n'tves h U liisf.iit t v.r vl new-ie-- t De- Souihern CHOICE UK TRAINS DAILY. AM) Thrco Distinct Scenic Routes. tlt.y r'o(t by him, they f.dlow him to h him un Pnlimiii IulacP and Ordinary Meeptnir tar lo Denier, Omuh.i, kuutaH tilj, St, l outs an J(hicsi without vs, We Slnlte Sm,l Arvlile. eh a life. Ttee Iiri lie Inx ( hair ( era. l et anally t oudurled Kxrur-- l iu. A Ptrfccl D I nl n if Car Service. bv.r lfi,0,ii1t"i) rnsilop. a me made In thh country e'uy working day, r For rate, folder, etc., Inquire of rmo tlmn 3 linn null in ,n a yem, The A, II. MI.IMTiiV, pin pi.ih-rto ;n,cna t , ll (. 1 Min.-Mi- s t 1, V- - at: .HI ll lieu pl.iH 0 n (iiin-iT.'u r(.. - I Corner 2d North Main, Spanish Fork, Utah FAST THROUGH - v Farming Implements, Vehicles and the Celebrated Stewart Steel Bange, vv.-l- l min .tie with He pieM nnd when he in.il have e ijh Odeit In Ion Carries a full line of and Oregon short Line. VIIKHS r.ascd, l.nutiot It Well CrtOrrlrit. l.nuln-la protected. His sect It miuf.1 ronsi.ts of twelve men, under ti or !, of a police e made In pot with All I ruins of rent , The Consolidated Wagon Machine Gompany Arrival and Departure of Iruinsfroin Lie Grande Western Depot: 7. N. for SprlnpviDt. Provo, Salt Like nnd all points Kat nn.l , No. 2i. Spiingville, Provo, Salt Lake and all points List ami West, N. 8, for Eureka. Mammoth ami silver Ciiy, No. 2s. for Eureka, Mammoth ami Siher City. (onaertion Sole Representatives of the New Consolidation, cf t tloa (i J ft (hi,) g 0l!tIJy, or ic!n( , ui! day. making S.y.lHO.OeO. write tiMUt. Tlchrl Agent, ll: IMZ, Al. Genernl I osVer igenl, halt Lake C tty. DIDNT BUY THE STEWART. AM TDK OLD I.MY DECIDED 10 NET HIM RIGHT.