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The Spanish Fork press. [volume] (Spanish Fork, Utah) 1902-current, June 16, 1910, Image 1

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Fourth of July Committee Hard At
Monday evening the general com
mitcc for the Fourth of July celebra
tion appointed their subcommittees as
General CommitteeC W Booth
Chairman Grace Creer Secretary D I
A Stone treasurer
FinanceD A Stone chairman A
R Creer Elisha Warner Benjamin
Evans and T M Nave
ProgramC W Booth chairman
Mary Larson Lenore Banks H A
DecorationMrs Grace Matly chair
man Grace Creer Florence Nelson
Byron Tuttle Leah Holt and D A
PrintingElisha Warner Chairman
Morgan Beck Benjamin Evans
f SportsA R Creer chairman Mor
i gan Beck Byron Tuttle Mrs Jane
I Jones Florence Nelson R W Money
d Elisha Warner Mrs Mary A Hallam
Mrs Grace Mutley and Roger Reck
Dance Morgan Beck chairman H
n A Gardner Lenore Banks and Grace
t1 Band D A Stone
Bursting of Blood Vessel in Brain
Given as Cause
Sigurd Hansen of the First ward
while stackiug hay at his home Monday
evening suddenly sank down pn the
3 stack and before help could reach him
was dead DqgtjjrskWere hastily sum
moned and gave their opinion that the
man was dead before he fell Busting
a blood vessel in the brain is given as
the dause the bursting probably being
i caused by the oppressive heat
Impressive funeral services were held
in the First ward meeting house Wed
nesday afternoon Bishop McKell pre
1 siding
I i The choir led by Wm Frost with
Miss Jennie Lewis at the organ sang
I God Moves in a Mysterious Way
y The invocotion was offered by John
Rest for the
n 1 Holt Tee choir sang
J i 8 Weary Soul
The speakers were A B Johnson
who in Icelandic tongue Win
w y spoke
rlNllrs Gi r l Johnson and Bishop R W McKell
The speakers all bore testimony to
the fact that Mr Hansen was a man to
be depended on A man who at all
i times was ready to help those who
were in need
Misses Ellen and Rosa Jameson sang
ery beantifuly Lead Me Gently
tome Father
u1 The choir song in closing Nearer
l iy God to Thee Benediction was off
red by Gisli Bjarnason
Sigurd Hansen was born I in Iceland
ugust 23 1855 and came to Utah
Ientyfwe years ago and has lived
act reever since He leaves a wife two
n8 and one daughter to mourn his
He was a devoted husband and a
y oirt ld and indulgent father to his friends
wul of fellowship But the great
E of all was he as u man And aa
ROAD J lIlan It is that those who knew I un
3 it most love to contemplate him
ticlce believed in the faberthood of God
3n I brotherhood of man He be
FOr d that the man who scatters flow
anishForj 11n i the pathway of his fellow men
Nets into the dark places of life
the roifl sunshine of human sympathy and
1 happiness is following in the
sale uteps of his Master
m When You Cant Sleep
JIIIIIP There Is an odd theory that many
l pie believe and which Is certainly
leas that sleeplessness may oft
RDER 0 be cured In the following odd way
Ie Your bed out Into tho room so
II no Part of bed or covers will
th the wall Then place under
b taster of the bed a piece of rub
tor r a rubber overshoe or set the
t tr In a thick glass dish Then go
l 11 y J t1 E making sure the covers do not
the wnll < Thus the bed and
hell will bo cut ort from all elec
tOntact wlth the floor or wall > I
absence of electric current con
> ROPERL it le I
claimed will make you
Obetter > It ls aaV to have cured
f b0racases of Ins nji
JrI ii
Success of the Venture is Now
A Certainity
At last Spanish Fork has a good live
ly energetic Commercial Club organ
ized and under faialy good headway
They now have an enrollment of Mi t
nmu u
cvcntyfwe with the
prospects of a
good number more every one feels
greatly enthused with the interest that
Is being manifested and feels that
when they once get permanently locat
ed that there will be something doing
in Spanish Fork and vicinity The
following commitees have been appoint
it L
w 10 carry on the business for the club
the first name of each commitee being
the chairman
AmusementJ P Creer T M
Nave Elisha Warner C W Booth
Fred Freeman A R Creer Hyrum
Christensen A G Engberg George
House and PropertyJ M Creer
J W Hagan H B Robertson B R
Stahmann and F M Turner
RulesD T Lewis Elias Hansen
I E Brockbank and Lars W Neilsen
Finance and Auditing RT Thurber
James L Hales and Ammon Tuttle
MembershipJ H Snell A T
Money P P Thomas H C Snyder
E C Christensen C W Booth and P
A Thomas
Reception M Snell W A Jones
D A Stone J P Creer James M
Creer D T Lewis R T Thurber
n H
anu J 11 sneii Our motto is First
Unity then Boost
Up here we have not had any rain
this year a snow storm in April or
earlier is the latest
The dryland crops are suffering round
about here Mr lhas Creer will be
very poorly paid for all the money
he has spent but it is to be hoped that
itwill not always be like this There
are several dry land farms on the
mountain north east from here generly
termed The Billis Mountain occupied
by Sprihgville men mostly I under
stand the crops will be a failure there
also this year
B F Smith and family are gone to
Strawberry Valley
The coyotes make considerable noise
in the mountains around here Why
do not some of the sporting men try
their hands at hunting them
The health of the people is tolerably
good here at present
There have been more sheep driven
up through here this season than I
have known to be taken this way dur
ing any previous season
In Remembrance of Little Joe
Mourn not for those who die in the Lord
For of such is the kingdom of heaven
to here for a
Treasures just lent you
Back to the keeper returning
The path shall be thorny with sorrow
and tears
For those that the Lord loveth true
But think of the crown that awaiteth
his sleep
Have courage there is one for you
heavy when all
Yes the gloom is so
hope is gone
But thro the dark cloud comes a ray
hear a
And if you will hearken you
small voice
loved one will say
To you then your
Dry your tears my
It was not my wish to go
all will miss me
And I know you
little Joe
RJund the fireside your
But Im happy Oh so happy
suffering Im released
From my
From the aches and pain distressing
But instead have perfect peace
And again some day Ill meet you
When lifer earthly joys are past
Then with joy Ill come to greet you
arms at last
Buck into your
received py Mr
The above poem form Miss Lizzie
and Mrs R M Jex
Ainge who is now in Ruth Nevada
habitual reader be
tr you nre not a the rending habit
now to lorn
gin life Improver
Is M great
Good reading your mental capacity
U will enlarge full
make you a
U will
wonderfully It will I pie
Interesting J
man an standards YcJ ideals
vale your life dils of tfe
will be higher your till enrich
G J reaL 1
grander will
your lIe 111 IIhlIsUrttbl think
you WI I
Jro sad nobler
grnta ullerttuJ and others will think
more of yourself
more of you Success
Payson Wins Easy Victory Over Span ish Fork Provo Goes Down to
Defeat at the Hands of Springville Other Games Postponed
Spanish Fork Gets Goose Egg I I I
Payson land d on Bowens delivery K in I i
great style Friday afternoon and won I
120 Harrision pitched good ball and I
had almost perfect support one error
only being chalked up against them I
The batteries Spanish Fork Bowen i
and Hoist Payson Harrision and
Springville Wins From Provo
Springville June 9thThe local team
won from Provo by a score of 6 to 5
Fresh bread every day at Oran Lewis
Childrens black slippers all sizes
75c at Oran Lewis
A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs
Eugene Hughes Thursday morning I
For Rent4 room house in the i
fourth ward Enquire of Benjamin
Miss AHa Taylor of Salem has been
visiting her sister Mrs Cora Doyle the
past week
Miss Dora Stewart is spending the I
week with her sister Mrs John Halo
of Provo
John Thomas returned from Garfield
Sunday where he has been working for
the last six months
Safety Deposit Boxes atthe First
National Rank 150 200 300 per
year payable in advance
Samuel C Fullmers Rasberries will
be ready ror the market next week
Leave orders with Rev Theo Lee
Bertha Payzant who for the past
two years has been working in Salt
Lake City came home Wednesday eve
ning to spend the summer
For large goosberries and cheery
I t
currants raised by F N Cone Maple
ton and for cherries raspberries and
peaches leave orders with Rev Theo
Any one wishing to see a first class
job of carpenter work may see one by
calling at the bungalow of Rev Theo
Lee The work was done by J J A
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets wil brace up the nerves ban
ish sick headache prevent despondency
and invigorate the whole system
Sold by all dealers
Andrew Jensen and family moved
Monday to Provo where they will live
in the future Mr Jensen intends
opening a lunch counter near the new I
Union Depot in that city
Miss Ellen Jameson who graduated
last week from the Normal course in
the University of Utah is home for a
few days Later she will return to
the city and resume her study of vocal
Mrand Mrs Harvey Gardner came
down from Salt bake Sunday evening
to spend a week in this city visiting
relatives Mr Gardner has been teach
ing in the University of Utah during the
past year
Through an oversight in preparing
copy last week Wm R Argyles name
was not included in the list of B Y U
graduates from Spanish Fork Mr
Argyle graduated with honer from the
High Schnol department of that in
Joseph Boberg who has for a long
time past been suffering with what
is known as Potts Disease of the spine
He was taken to the L D S Hospital
last Thursday to be operated on for the
tronble Mr Boberg had been working
for Clarence Larsen in Salt Lake pre
vious to his entering the hospital Tl
operation is simply a stretching system
to put the spine in its proper place
A Cinch
Its easy to find out what time It I
Is 1iyb tho married man If the
hall clock says 520 and the drawing
room flock says 560 and tho dining
room dock says G and my
little dink
days 016 my
watch says six Its six oclock In oui
Elliott was batted out of the box in I
the sixth inning and was relieved by I
The batteries Provo Elliott Singleton
and King Lund and Snow
PAYSON 8 7 1 875
I Pnovo fI 7 2 778
SrIllNGILt 9 6 3 667
LEGI 7 3 4 428
LINIIEN 8 0 8 000
Word to the Foolish
See a pin and pick It up you are
liable to get docked for being late at
the otllce arrested for blocking the
sidewalk infected with the germs of
some disease and accused of being
stingy or nl least of having little
to doIlre
Authors Poor Memory
The late Sir Theodore Martin when
naked which lit wrote of the famous
Bon fimiltlcr Ballads among the
wittiest poems In English literature
confessed hot he had forgotten which
were his and which wen the work of
bin collaborator Prof Aytoun
Proof of Remembrance
menll1 received a
She after elopemenU
letter from papa today He writes
that he had mist finished making his
will HeDld hi remember us7
ShYes Indeed Ho nan left allhlR
money to an ayslum for hopeless
For Sale Fine driving team Ap
ply to Wm Ferguesen
Via the D and R G to Castilla
and return One fare for the round
trip commencing May 1st continuing
until September 30th Rates one fare
for theround trip
CJliynberlains h Cough Remedy is epld
onagunranteo that if you arc not sat
isfied after using twothirds of a bottle
accjrding to directions your money
will ba refunded It is up to you to
try Sold by all dealers
Nebo Stake Old Folks to be En
tertained by our People
The old folks of Nebo stake will be
I entertained by the four wards of Span
I ish Fork Palmyra and Leland in this
City Friday June 17th
I A program will be held in the City
Pavilion in the morning at which each
I of the wards is expected to furnish
two pieces
After the program the old people
will be given a banquet on the square
One Mans Pluck I
A good example of pluck and per I
I severance of a man far past the prime
of life and an example which younger
men should pattern after is tho
work of Samuel Curtis of Salem
On Marcn 1st of this year Mr Curtis
who is seventy five years of age start
ed for Idaho in a wagon accompanied
by his wife They enjoyed their trip
notwithstanding several storms they
were forced to endure
After reachlngldahothe Curtis family
took up eighty acres of land on the
Minidoka Project for which they paid
2050 per acre fenced the hind and
drove an artersian well eighty feet
deep They then broke up eight acres
and planted it to hay and grain
On June 7th Mr Curtis came back
to Salem bringing his wife who had
taken sick during their stay in the Gem
On June 9th Mr Curtis returned to
his land in Idaho and will probably re
i main there during the summer lie
says it is a fine country and is glad he
I owns land there 1
Childish Ingenuity
II i rouitilia were as Ingenious In
innnulttcturlng happiness as children
lire this old world would be grluiiliiK
ell the time Two little boys In Jbnrf
street yesterday had a roller skate to
play with ThZr blggey i boy pit It on
and the smaller boy rode astride the
I bleeer boys foot Tho two of thorn
t bud as much Inn out of that skate as
II It had been an automobile Newark
1 N J News
a e
Little Daughter of Jos E Wilkens Atrj
Sustains Severe Injury While
1 I
Taking a Ride j
Little Afton Wilkins rour years old
daughter of Joseph E Wilkins while
taking a ride in II buggy Tuesday even I tt
ing fell out over the rear end gate and i
1 i landed on her head and arm t r
j She ran about a block to her home I °
where her mother attnnded to her in
I juries not knowing at the time that 1 3
her arm was broken AH soon as she e
discovered that she had fractured her
arm she called Dr Hagan who came us +
quickly as possible The docter tried
to get another doctor to assist him but t t
was unable to aecuro any so tins
assisted by Mrs Chas Poulson a s
The arm was found to be fractured i m 1
from the elbow to the shoulder so Dr t
Hugan deemed it advisable to take the f
little one to the General Hospital at
Provo She was taken over Wednes
day and the arm was reset She is
getting along as well as could be
t 1n Oh r
I i
4 fi
The Mules Intelligence
tint jrovln
Dat oP mule knows 10 I
time has come said Brother UlIIt
Wen I gone ter db barn ter fed hhq
din uinwnln he had done kicked tie do
loose Jumped two wire fences mi
swlinmed de mlllpon ter do big woodt t h
Wen you slops to consider de few nil
wantages de mule hez had de Intelli
gence er mere man cant hoi half n
candle ter hlmAtlanta Coualltu
If you are not satisfied after using >
according to directions twothirds of a i
bottle of Chamberlains Stomach and kY
Liver tablets you can have your money sv
back The tablets cleanse and invigor
ate the stomach Improve the digestion
li regulate the bowels Give them a aJ m f
trial and get well Sold by all dealers <
For Sale r f 5
3000 vl buyelshty r eras i t choico
I dry land fifty acres planted to wheat
looks fine adjoins school house A r7 t a
good buy Apply to Arthur Stayner
I Milad City Idaho I t 4 Y
c t
lt It I Ir J
The Excitement is Now On
H r
At THE LEADER Payson 3 er
SALE m t
On the entire Stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and Fur j
nishings for the Entire Family i
From Saturday June 18th until the Fourth of July 1 kE
I The Leader Payn
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