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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 7 December 1905

J THE SPANISH FORK PRESSJ n I VOL IY NO 47 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 7 1905 Entered at Spanish Feb Fork 21 1901 Utah as gecondcliui Act of Congrcaa mutter March Post I omco 1ETO m n y ARRY HUGHES PAINTER A PAPERHANGER iders r taken for Wall Paper 2 blks west Coop SPANISH FOUR UTAH K HANSEN DDS UPTODATE DKNT1STUY Ofiice in Now Bank Building Spanish Fork AMUEL CORNABY f NOTARY PUBbIC Money Loaned Irrigated Farms low Interest special op I tlons of parllut payments 1 OSco nt resilience one block cast of Coop SPANISH FOHK UTAH BRICKS htnper and bettor than evor arp dug turned out at HAND BROS and at Benjamin est select whito 050 n ommon 5 and 6BO A uniformity in select brick that mnot be obtained south of Provo 3J M JEXFLORIST Fresh Flowers supplied for all ocea ns Funeral designs kept on hand id filled to order h All kinds of Furnlturo Repaired Idonco two blocks North of Foundry SPANISH FORK UTAH elandic Mercantile Co J DEALERS IN lENERAL MERCHANDISE DRY GOODS Three Blocks Eas...

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. — 7 December 1905

j THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDRew JFNSEN reblhdur I SPANISH FORK UTAH I II UTAH STATE NEWS II l Eight Salt Lake football players havo been Injured during tho present BOIBOtl Tho Salt Lake postolllru was In stalled In tho new Federal building on tho day before Thanksgiving The cornerstone of the neff tla j Bonlc temple In Salt lako was laid with Impressive ceremonies on Sun day dayL L I Pool who was assaulted b > nay Vance In Pnrk City and who was thought to havo been fatally Injured will recover Tho Manufacturers und Merchants association of Salt Lake has appointed D manager who will devote bin time to tho interests of tho association Frank Wilson the colored man who was shot several weeks ago In Salt Lake during tho progress of a card gamo by Jesse Thomas will probably flloTho Tho Farmers union of American Fork has during tho fall handled About fifty carloads of potatoes for the farmers shipping them to outside markets A sensational strike has just been mado In tho Lucky Star mine...

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. — 7 December 1905

Pf > I UOR HAD VARYING EFFECT I lRy caller Carried Hie Potation Well but the Other 8 effect of the wino that Is rod el much according to the constl rig In t j and temperament of the person Oland may Indulge Two friends who ny l dined well made a call on a I aer la friend The generous and Leeds 1 wino I Induced a spirit of loqua d and s one talked fluently to the point at T rolublllty to his hostess during the Ijtog until the time for taking IK when he rose gracefully rind say N ked his hostess for a most do g his tlul evening t trunk II s friend the taciturn one had sat of the ng the evening swaying s9htly i I smiling a sickly smile of approval north Us friends conversation Inimed as 11 In front of him wn j a tiger skin ithe large head of which with two t at SI JtcrlnK glass eyes faced him and Itted their glassy gaze upon him cording ha hypnotic effect sul e4 Keallzlng that he must follow his eds lead he raised himself mi Mo IjiJIly and extending his hand salt I safe oo night goo...

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. — 7 December 1905

I PRESIDENT OUTLINES ISSUES OF THE DAY Important Recommendations as to Legislation Made In Annual Message to Congress Larfje Part of Document Devoted to Corporations and Railroad Rate Legislation Relations of Labor and Capital Dealt With Fully The messago ot President noose roll road at tho first ses lon of the Fiftyninth Congress congratulates tho people on the continued prosper ity of tho nation l > so relation ship and mutual I i itiico upon ach other of capita and labor are pointed out and the message con tinues tnues Corporations Yet whllfl not merely admitting but In tatlna upon this It Is l alto true that Ifhero there I I no governmental leatralnt or RUpervlslon some of the cxcoptlonnl men use their energies not In ways Hint are for the common good but In WHJH which tell against tills common Rood The fortunes nnmiseil through corporate organization are now so largo nnq vest 1uch power In those that wield them an to make It 1 matter of necessity to give to the noverclgn tha...

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. — 7 December 1905

1 e T1P tatted 1 en1 8 With the ar1PG P + trten ry Great Dead A IIrll and h Irlbtl that e d Ib hlh Henry Irving Famous English Actor the In II n llltt deretop Pray the Laid to Final Rest in Westminster Abbey Id the 11 rici t Irnlolr Special Correspondence tlflcatl Tho doors of Westminster abbey lent of arc not always been open to actors Amerll lifter the final shifting of the scene nese la I feetterton was burled at the south end is Is I of the east cloister when he died a mar atus of lyr to gout after acting with a slipper e decla on one foot As Steele described the 11 AnJ on An tervlco In the Tatler it was a decent H ays jntermeut rather than an Impressive he > ie terrlt i function and Bettertons friends in ble cltlzj ho i profession were lucky to obtain itlnent I I honors for him funeral In tho abbey for he was an inferior playwright and i of Po dad nearly outlived his reputation as en actor Possibly thero were friends on merlcro of I at court who remembered that his fa O r he...

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. — 7 December 1905

GOOD BLOOD FOR BAD flhbumatltm end Other Blood Dis eases nro Cured by Dr Williams Pink Pills uIn tholrad mines I wnsnt work on my knees i with my oll > owM prmsud against rock vnllH in danipiieHs mid extremes of I cold wild Mr T O Moulcol of 2075 Jnoknon avenue Uiibuque Iowa III do ecrihliiK his uxpeiliiicu to II reporter I I and it is not HiirjiriMinif that I con I trnctod rheumatism I I lror llneo t years I I Tiiicl nftnnlcH nlVillinc I till lollltH of HIV t I niiklus knuui and I elbows My ankles rind knees became HO swoljuii I could fccnreoly willie on uiiuvon ground mid n little IlrCR lIre from u Mono nndur my foot would mill 110 iiiO so much pain that I would Hially sink down I WIIH often obliged lid In bud for hovernl boys lit n time My filondrt who wove nimllariy troubled wiro Keltliik I I lou rollnf t from doctors mid I did not feel oncouriiged to throw money I invuy for nothing I Hy clmnco I rend thn story of Kobuit Yntos of the 1Cm tutor MuiiufnrturliiK Co of Diibuiiio ...

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. — 7 December 1905

v fGOVERNOR OF OREGON at ea Dstrea Makes Use of Peruna In Ing about Park His Family for Colds Weather 10 trou und I ear cramp the back dlsor II had to en Umes urinate t lit and d to IIS0 lIed antJ n using I CAPITOL BUILDING SALEM OREGON J3 QUUI Ieruna is Known from tho Atlantic 11 eradii io the Pacific Letters of conLnituli 11 cured tlon and commendation testifying to am ai the merits of Puruuii as a catarrh rem edy arc pouring iti from every State in n box the Union Dr Hartman is receiving Y hundreds of such letters daily All dosses write these letters from tho highest to the lowest n The outdoor laborer the indoor arti ool ser ann tho clerk the editor the statesman I Anns fto preacher all agree that Ierumi is I iado in I tho catarrh remedy of tho age The e Blfta itago and rostrum recognizing catarrh I eggS as their greatest enemy are espeeially enthusiastic in their praise and tes tnanas timony dolls Any man who wishes perfect health must bo entirely free from catarrh Catarrh is w...

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. — 7 December 1905

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS wmmrv ANDKEW JUN8KN PUllLISIinit + If n date In marked In the square II IH the data of the expiration of the Mibdcrlpllon the party O to whom this paper h ad dressed Kindly I bo as prompt IIq pos + Ibin In re newing your sub + crlp i I lion Ono ycllr tlfiO PAYI1 IN ADVANCJo LOCAL NiWH are nl NOTICE I vays wclcomur Make tho articles short an III Is ImpoHSlhle tn liaiullo long articles If you havent got time to write call up phono 34 Local News = a Lehi Davis has a little girl sick i With scarlet fever See Banks the Druggist for wed ding birthday and Christmas pro sents East Bench water taxes become delinquent on the 15th inst The delinquent list will be published oh the 21st For tho State Teachers meeting at Salt bake Ian 1 and 2 there will be cheap rate over the Salt Lake Route LostA muff between Spanish Fork and Lake Shoro Kinder please return same to Airs A E Hollows Luke Shore IJoRtA hlack fur collar with t four tails between Springville and 1 Spanish Fork ...

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. — 14 December 1905

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS = VOL IV NO 48 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY Entered Fob 21 1902 ns secondclnsB mixtter Post ofllco LJ L DECEMBER 14 1905 nt Spanish Pork UlnhD Actn of Conercss March iaiHt7 9 GREAT EXPLOSION AT YOUNG MENS COUP p Everything goes down in prices Greatest cash sale ever known in the town beginning Dec 15 ending Dec 18 Everything listed on this page will be discounted We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and we are cutting our prices so that everybody can get what they want to enjoy the holidays < Immediately after January 1st we will begin the remodeling of the inside of our building so our enormous stock I must be reduced as much as possible Gents Furnishings r Furniture and Stoves Our furniture and stove department is crowded 1r9 to its fullest capacity with fancy rockers dining room chairs iron beds springs mattresses linole eo t 3 I urns carpets of all kinds and colors and in fact ti A A J A anything in the line of household goods All on sale t ...

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. — 14 December 1905

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS i Nnnw JKNSFN 1nblUhcr I f BPANISH FORK UTAH I II UTAH STATE NEWS II Ii I Robert Williams aged 17 had both i legs broken In a coasting accident In I Ball Lake City Ogden capitalists will build a smel ter In tho Junction City according to tlio latest reports During tho past lineal year Utahs customs revenues were 3285 and her land offlco receipts 78718 Tho statements of thirtynine cor porate and private banks In Utah f show that all arc prosperous Robert Richmond a former resident of Michigan City Ind dropped dead tin tho streets of Salt Lake from heart failure I Albert Runt a young man of Logan 81 years of age had his hand blown off Saturday through tho accidental dis charge of a shotgun L C Karrlck who suicided In Salt Lako on tho nth came to Utah In 1872 ns superintendent of tho Omaha MIning company at Stockton Richard Clemens was shot through Uio arm by Jack Harrington at Mam moth last week as the result of a quarrel between the two men A number of tho men ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 14 December 1905

DIDNT COME FOR EXAMINATION I I But Collector Underwent Ordeal Like All the Rest AM A celebrated specialist to whom 1 time was literally money and who was 1 possessed of a fiery temper made it a rule that all patients should undress eres j before entering his consulting room so tern as not to waste any of his valuable time One day a meek looking little pan entered with all his clothes on What do you mean by coming in like that asked the doctor in a rage Go and strip at once ed I But I faltered the man r di I tell you Ive no time to waste ss I j relied tho doctor and the poor man an left the room in haste When his turn Mrs I came he reentered tho room Now then said tho doctor thats better noon What can I do for you I called to collect your subscrip ma tion for the benevolent society uomtM DONT FORGET round nomoI j Alarce 2oz package lied Cross Hall Illup only I theH I cents Tho lluss Company South Bend 1 Hid T a throe J Searching Excitement pur1 Hang these here motor cars said pun the...

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. — 14 December 1905

A Day to Remember Sweet young thing Oil this has been n wonderful dllmy sixteenth birthday I Ivo had my first kiss from Arthur and my last box on tho cars from mammal Meggcmlorfor Blnot ter Elephant Passes the Plate In some Hindu temples tho collcc tlon Is mado by an elephant who goes round with a basket No one It Is said has over ventured to feign uncon sciousness when the basket coma In his vlclnltj HARRY HUGHES PAINTER A PAPEniUNQKn Orders taken for Wall Paper 2 blks west Coop SPANISH 1OIIK UTAH I 0 K HANSEN DDS UPTODATE I1I5NT1STUY Ollico in Now Hunk Building Spanish Fork SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC I Money Loaned on Irrigated Farms low Intercut special op tions of partial payment Ofllco at roHlMence one block coat of Coop SPANISH KOIIK UTAH BRICKS y Cheaper nnd bettor than ever nrp being turned out at HAND BROS yard at Benjamin Best select white OG < Common 5 and 550 A uniformity in select brick that cannot be obtained south of Provo R M JEXFLORIST Fresh Flowers supplied fo...

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. — 14 December 1905

td e ethic r I ha BY ACCORDING TO MARY man j CONTRACT MARSHALL 8 h I PARKS Pr he t BOUT the county fair visit said Mr 1ayson The beln A toys must go of course roan fl for Hen bas n colt to enter t at and Billy n pig Your Aunt dons Anna expects us UW He paused und looked from faco to fire screwing his own Into n whimsl Hi I knot Xow comes the tug of war I want jour mother to go und she wont go jrltliout me The girls looked rather blank Then fins eyes suddenly widened and her face took on a trancelike look that her sisters knew well Julie pinched Cora and whispered In Bettys ear Wont you say a word Sara Is plot dog something and It will he more fun than the fair Do go mother said Sara starting m cut of her reverie We girls went last MrOld Old Nero Is as good as a lion to pro tct us said Julie DE I Rather better said Ben dryly The lion might take a notion to eat i you If tramps were scarce I The tramps and other dlsreput j able characters will all be at the fair j retorted Julie It wou...

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. — 14 December 1905

r I AILING WOMEN Keep the Kidneys Well and the Kid neyn Will Keep You Well SIck suffering languid women are learning tho true cnuso of bad backs and how to cure thorn Mrs W O Davis of Oroosbcck Texas says Back aches hurt mo so I could hardly stand Spoils of dizziness N and clck headaches woro frequent and the action of tho t kidneys was Irregu lar Soon after I began taking Donns J Kidney Pills I passed several gravel stones I got well and tho trouble has not returned My back Is good and strong and my general health better Sold by till dealers 50 cents a box FoutcrMllburn Co Buffalo N Y Use the fehns at Maria It Is not money so much as brains that tho small merchant wants for ad ivcrtlsing tho handicap of deficient capital Is ns nothing compared with Uio handicap of defective thinking Whatever excuse may ho given for falling In biiHlncBH tho lamest of nil jo ° lack of means to advertise be cause the business docs not exist that cannot bo exploited profitably with tho means nt band I ...

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. — 14 December 1905

wt A yDIA Ee PINKHAM S BRIEF SKETCH OF HER LIFE pov the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the Panic of 73 Caused it to be Offered R for Public Sale in Drug Stores r THE STORY READS LIKE A ROMANCE r See ocer Fthe ty Is node d aro 1 palm azon much 1 1110 c I use be Ian This remarkable woman whoso naldon name was Estes was born In ynn Mass February 9th 1819 com ng from a good old Quaker family dont or many years she taught school and urlng her career as a teacher sho bo amo known as a woman of an alert nd Investigating mind an earnest dev eker after knowledge and above all devil lie was possessed with a wonderfully lei ho ympathetlc nature Same > In 1843 she married Isaac Plnkhara builder and real estate operator and elr early married lIfo was marked by Idron rosperlty and happiness They had nurse ur children three sons and a daugh reach cure each In those good oldfashioned days few otho rugs were used In medicines people Otos lied upon natures remedies roots unplo d herbs wh...

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. — 14 December 1905

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WKKIChY j ANUKttW JlNSKN 1UHUaiIKIt 11 a data Is IIInrkelln the pgtnITO It IN Iho date Ir thu expirnUon of the Rllb erlPtfoli of the iarty J 10 whom thlHpuper snd druHod ltlndly ho M prompt no 10RHlble In ro yourplxubecrlp newing your uh crlp lion One year ttro IAYAIII1o IN AIVANC1 IOOAr N1oWS lire 111 NOTICE VIIH weleomo lIIlIku tho artlcliH short IIH It IH Impossible to hanillo long articled If you liunn 10L limo to wrlto vail up phono < J Local News tE5ii I Silk M < ltlroatH ut Onin Iowlll Call In and subscribe for The Press Slate slmipcnerB mid Bkatcs at Or nil LewIs Win A110105 IH bulldliiB It now clilcUon coop Wo arc Imvliii somo very cold weather of Into It gang of men are at work on the now San Pedro depot Hundreds of toys and thoiiHnndH of ChrlBtiniiH presents at Oran howls A daughter waB born to Mr and Mrs ThonittH KOCH Tnosdny morning Matt Cronln Intends to KO Into tho Tonopah country about tho first of tho year W IL Hay president of tho Stale...

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. — 21 December 1905

HI j THE SPANISH FORK PRESS r I VOL IV NO 49 SPANISH FORK UTAH 21 1905 Entered To 21 1902 aa necomJclos rnattsr Post offlco R r n THURSDAY DEOEMBER at Spanish I Fork Utali Act niob matteMr tP oheAOfnce I HARRY HUGHES FAINTER ft PAPERHANGER n Orders taken for Wall Paper or 2 blks west Coop iloci IJ SPANISH FORK UTAH he 1 I I not kd 0 K HANSEN DDS 1 UPTODATE DENTISTRY per Office in Now rank Building nl d Spanish Fork or r rnbll 111M SAMUEL CORNABY ho II NOTARY PUBUI8 Jg Money Loaned In on Irrigated Farmslow InterestspecIal op it t tions of partial payment omce at residence one block east of Coop SIAIWIII FORK UTAH City BRICKS I Cheaper and better than over an 1 being turned out at HAND BROS e yard at Benjamin Best select white 050 Common 5 and 560 A uniformity in select brick tha v I cannot be obtained south of Provo rfllil R M JEXFLORIST Fresh Flowers supplied for all I ooca Ions Funeral designs kept on band and filled to order It I 0 Ita AH kinds of Furniture Repaired Bttldence >...

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. — 21 December 1905

+ THE SPANIStI FORK PRESS ANn EW JKNBPN Pntitdr GPANIQH FORK UTAH t II UTAH STATE NEWS 11 Thoro has been n shortage of coal In Salt Lako City but conditions aro i Improving Salt Lako will have another theatro ready for business by Christmas l if when tho Orphoum will open for busjncsVr P P saint was arrested atHooper last week on the charge of running a blind Illgselling liquor without a license During an altercation In Salt Lake City Sidney Harris was stabbed by J A Robinson of Flllmore Harris wilt recover e John Elncock ono of ho few remain Ing Nauvoo plonpers died In Ogdon on Saturday at the age of 74 Ho had resided in Ogden since 1855 + Mrs Elizabeth Henry a widow about 80 years of age Is dead In Og den as the result of n dosq of strych nine taken with suicidal Intent The IBmonthsold song of Mr and Mrs Alma Peterson of Ogden fell from SU cradle one day last week breaking Ita nock death being instantaneous John Shannon an oldtlmo Union Pacific engineer dropped dead in Og don last...

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. — 21 December 1905

Liii Has Traversed Northwest Passage l J I NORWEGIAN SLOOP WHICH IS REPORTED TO HAVE MADE THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE AND MAP OF THE ROUTE ° o ° A 1 AROlC P Rr tu P I 1 S o i l shy y rcroA ba tt t J > a s r On the map dotted line marks course of the explorer from Godhaven Greenland to Fort Egbert near Eagle City Alaska King William shown on map discovered as point of Magnetic Pole jc fr I lr AK 4 h Mir r at17 Jm J r i tz r J rl j i t WY h a I l < l fii i l Q The Gjoa Roand Amundsen Is tho first man In I history to travel tho northwest pas sage from east to west In his cable message to Nansen from Fort Egbert Capt Amundsen saysGjoa is wintering at King Point 69 degrees 45 minutes west All well Left hero Aug 13 at which tlmo the harbor was free from Ice On Aug 26 sighted tho first vessel the schoon er Charles Hansen ofSan Francisco Capt McKenna twentyfive kilometers south of Nelson Head Barring Land Land surveyed In tho spring of 1905 to 72 degrees and 10 minutes north magnetic observ...

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. — 21 December 1905

tJt Relic of the Past rfc The Nuremberg of Today with Its t Artistic Marvels Seems to the Visitor Special Correspondence It Is Monday afternoon and wo have Just reached Nuremberg From the railway station which Is without tho citys walls wo are confronted by a confusion of jagged roofs pierced by lofty spires and massive towers All the artistic Irregularities and details Of medieval architecture are below us such as peaked gables projecting casements pointed oriels dormers thrown out In bold relief here and balconies there while fantastic gar goyles leer from under crosstimbered fronts After getting settled In a delightful modern hotel which Is also outside the walls we ordered a carriage and were soon driving over the pretty flucerly carved bridges viewing the picturesque walls and castle with their turrets and towers hung with lichens and clinging vines passing the Iron railed bronzed fountains pausing be fore the statues and homes of Duror and Sachs und alighting to visit tho Wo f...

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