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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 December 1905

y r r i l Old Age In li I too late Ahl nothing U too Into nil the tired heart shall cease to palpi B tate Iftto learned Oreek nt eighty Sophocles Iffrote his grand Oedipus and Slmonldea tt I Bore off the prize of verse from his com peers Is R hen each had numbered more than four 11 score years I And Thcophrastus at fourscore and ten I Had but begun his Characters of Men puucer ntgNoodalocknw hrthe nlant b Chaucer at Woodstock with the night Ingales I 11 sixty wrote the Canterbury Tales n I Goethe at Weimar tolling to the last 1 Completed Faust when eighty years d were past is 1 what aYen2 Shall we sit Idly down and a laY n I Tho night hath come U la no longer J day g I The night hath not yet come we are not G quite Cut off from labor by the falling light 1 Something remains for us to do or dare 1 Even bear oldest trees some fruit may bear a For age IB opportunity no less > o Than dress youth Itself though In another d And as the evening twilight fades away e The sky day la filled...

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. — 21 December 1905

TIGER IN PHILOSOPHICAL MOOD HaVIng Suicide In Mind Meeting Was Decidedly Lucky A email dark coon was walking one day In tho desert for tho snko of his appotlto when he ran full tilt Into a largo and comparatively healthy tiger Tho coon realized Instinctively that he would require to exert all his wits to keep things going on as satisfac i i torily as usual And so ho spoke up I Jn fi perfectly candid way Good morning ho said to tho tiger who did not answer but looked at him roguishly Tho dosort air Is fine this morn ing continued tho coon nnd the tiger limited In a humorous manner But I derive no benefit from this 11no air proceeded tho coon for I am 111 Yes I have taken poison ho went on with a feverish look In his deep hrown yea Last night Into a pailful of strong arsenic which I mis took for whitewash My physician tolls mo that I am so saturated with poison that If anything only Just touches mo nothing could postpone immediate death It you for Instanco touched mo with your teeth o...

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. — 21 December 1905

TUMORS CONQUERED tfRIOUS OPERflTIOHS AVOIDED ho Unqunllflod Success of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound In tho to Cab of Mrs Fannie D Fox 11y One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia Ie E Iinkhamn Vegetable Compound is rr I conquering of ho womans dread en Ics imy Tumor The growth of a tumor la EO sly that I frequently its presence is not suspected ar jntll It Is far advanced 2 ± t I Jr J r 4sfannjDj IIII Socalled wandering pains It may tome from Its early stages or tho It presence of danger may be made mani ia ro iest by profuse menstruation accom panied by unusual pain from the 6 ovaries down the groin and thighs f If you have mysterious pains if there Are indications of inflammation or dis L placement dont wait for time to con L I firm your fears and go through the e horrors of a hospital operation securo a Lydia B Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound right away and begin its use e Mrs Pinkham of Lynn Mass will give you her advice free of all charge if you will write her about yourself ...

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. — 21 December 1905

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WKKIUY < ANDRCW JKNSKN rriMSHEIl ° otr n 1110 Iv I mnrksl In mho squerr It 10 thin dale 01 the rXlllrllllnn of tile au1lcrIIlUj1l of the plrty 10 whoutthlspa sr1satt dressed In111 be av Ilroll1lt polIlblo In reo newhll your ulllrlp lion Ono 10hr fIlM PAYAIH11 IN ADVANCE I Local News arses Wo wish you all a merry IhrisU amass i A big line boy win born to the wife of Wm A Jones today 0 You can get n nice Xmas present at Martell t Clark Furniture Co Our line of doll and toys is thy prettiest and Cheapest in town The City Drug Store i Martell tC Clark Furniture Co will carry a full line of caskets Tlioworlunansbip fully guaranteed The teachers and trustees bad n jolly good time last Saturday night Thoy were entertained by Principal i MOreer The beet growers and beet facto ry employes will give n grand ball ill the near future Keep jour t oypsopon For tho State Teachers meeting at Salt Lake Jan 1 and 2 there will bo cheap rate over the Salt Luke Route t A social...

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. — 28 December 1905

7 < e t 4 r t + A l THE SPANISH FORK l t PRI Ess I VOL IV NO 50 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER I 28 1905 Entered at Spanish I Feb Fork 21 1902 Utah na seconddoM Aat of CongreM matter March Poat I erne 1ST HARRY HUGHES PAINTER A PAPEimAHOBa I Orders taken for Wall Paper 2 blks west Coop SPANISH FOUR UTAH f J 0 K HANSEN DDS r UPTO DATE DENTISTRY Office in New Hunk Building Spanish Fork SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBblC Money Loaned on Irrigated armslow Interest special op tions or partial payments = Office nt residence one block cast Coop SPANISH FOUR UTAH I BRICKS I Cheaper and better than ever am being turned out at SAND BROS h yard at Benjamin Best select white 050 Common 5 and cum h A uniformity in select brick that cannot be obtained south of Provo p = R M JEXFLORIST Fresh Flowers supplied for all occa sions Funeral designs kept on hand to and filled to order All kinds of Furniture Repaired Satldence two blocks North of Foundry SPANISH Four UTAH e r i Icelandic Mercantile Go D...

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. — 28 December 1905

I Tim SPANISH FORK PRESS jMttlBETtf JKHSRlf Pnbllttitr GPANIOH FORK UTAH II UTAH STATE NEWS II A piece of property sold in Salt Lako Olty thirty days ago for 50000 was cold again last weak for 55000 Charles Martin a young man living I dn Ogden is dead from a pistol shot probably fired with suicidal Intent Fire destroyed use Rio Grande shops In Salt Lako last week causing a loss of 40000 Tho shops will bo roj toiillt at once < Logan Is having a sovoro coal Camino and In consequence there is considerable suffering among tho poorer classes William Ross a burglar attempted jto cscaiA from an olllcer In Salt Lako and was shot being badly wounded bit will recover HoldupK aro almost n nightly occur tenco in Salt Lako City and the thugs soon to defy all efforts of the pollco capture them Larson M Jordan ono of tho early rattlers of Utah and an old resident ot Sprlngvllle died last week of heart trouble Ho came to Utah In laco Articles of Incorporation of tho In tormouutaln Republican com...

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. — 28 December 1905

m Bho l her 1 Q d ISO I l her red idles 1 1p = J Mt 1811 ho ed to Inexpensive Lace Blouses laS Lace blouses and coats come In rod many varieties tlC cluny laco being ng one of tho most serviceable and popu on lar A real cluny of allover pattern ay cannot be bought for less than 50 but roothe Imitation which Is also a linen lace with good wearing and washing qualities Is being put out by tho shops In prices as low as 12 Some of these rYe lire made of strips of insertion and ler ono managed by a clever little dress gs maker had the two middle strips of m the laco shortened enough to make a on little square neck opening She lined Lm tho lace with chiffon and a chiffon JOo high band collar and dickey made LY with fine tucks went with It Most of vo tho now laco blouses for any wear In whatsoever have elbow sleeves and nt to fill these out the thin chiffon and ca organdlo undorslcoves aro In great as demand There Is no great attempt 01 made to match them and under co sleeves trimmed with ...

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. — 28 December 1905

6 p 0 TJID The Little Heart A llttlo Ucurt hid a thought of aplto peep JnltH Innocent white away And It Vlitiier iii whrn It knelt 10 pray Nobody knows for Its hid Horn sight But the little Heart lay wIde awnko And tho disuse mmlui to It and said Oh dear little heart the thought Is red Llko n danger sign tor setya Bake The little Heart hrnrd but heeded not And It nursed tho thought and Kept It warm Sate from the tempest of Inward storm And thoufiht In tho morn twill bo for got Dut the blue iky wept the sun was Bad And the roars hung their dainty heads Dropping tears on tho violet beds And the little Heart was tar from glad So tho ugly thought was thrown away And the lovely one came In Its place Then smiles a rose In each flower face The nun came out and tho Heart was pr Youths Companion ID ANY of you boys and girls over see a crocodile t That enormous roptllo which Is bigger than any animal known except ho elephant the rhinoceros nnd tho bfppopotamus It sometimes Is thirty or forty ...

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. — 28 December 1905

L c at MIJWS SENT THROUGH SPACE I 1L or H Addington Bruce describes tho I tu attempt of an English clergyman in named Clarence Godfrey to r elect J himself into the presence of a > end at a distance The attempt was made R < on the night of Nov 15 1886 of The result of his attempt as de scribed in the account written out at 10 his request by tho percipient who ne it should perhaps be added had had no Intimation of the experiment was 10 it as follows Yesterdayvlz the ry morning of Nov 16 188G about half 10 past 3 oclock I woke up with a start and nn Idea that someone had come into the room I heard a curious 8 Ie sound but fancied It might be tho 0 birds in the ivy outside Next I ex In perienced a strange restlesS longing to leave tho room and go downstairs y This feeling became so overpowering that at last I arose and lit a candle c and went clown thinking that If I could r II get some soda water it might have i g a quieting effect e On returning to my room I saw o Mr Godfrey st...

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. — 28 December 1905

I LION AFRAID OF THE OSTRICH l King of Deacto Inferior to Dlrd In Fighting Qualities There la only onn tiling of which the lien Is afraid according to Schillings tho young German African traveler and that Is tho ostrich Tho bird Is I rnoro fleet than tho quadruped and It ban dollvor Its terrible kick with tho precision nnd Impact of n pugilists i blow and spring away till It gets an d other aliening Such tactics naturally disgust tho superior being Tho lion has a weakness however for ostrich eggs and will make n meal of them whenever the vigilance of tho parent birds Is relaxed Schillings saw a lion onco with tho tempting pile of eggs before him and ho was about to re Gain himself when the owners of tho property appeared and the beast slunk off like a whipped cur Schillings con siders It Is an open question whether the hunting of the lion leopard buffa lo elephant or rhinoceros Is tho most dangerous On tho whole however tin thinks that If ho were hunting without supporting rifles In...

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. — 28 December 1905

rry STOP t WOMEN crvom r7 not per Bo AND CONSIDER THE ted and S astem which ALLIMPORTANT ntand n t ucrv good FACT i break cr Ilby Ir stem oil the attack nsump ith Dr rYa llccinal hoi or That In addressing Mrs Pinkham you proml ere confiding your private ills to a woman ever a woman whoso experience with wo tercel mans diseases covers a great many years mailed You can talk freely ton woman when it Postal llerco ostlll Is revolting to relate your private troubles to a man besides a man docs not under vlncod stand simply because ho is a man native Many women suffer in silence and drift along entto from bad to worse knowing full well that lonny they cafe ought to havo immediate assistance but a natural ifo for modesty Impels them to shrink from exposing them nts elves to tho questions and olden probably examinations of to ldI1 even their family physician It is unnecessary ictual Without money or price you can consult a woman r Tho whose knowledge from actual experience is great Jred i o...

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. — 28 December 1905

yvr I v Yry 11 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WKRKTY 1 NlJltrW JENSFU IUIIIlsn 1 olt n dMlIlI Innrkt < In till nqanrti Iris I llio QMo r l nt tbn txnfratloti of thu uOIIt1rllt vi of the l1ftrL itilftpnporiN wl droMnd I Klnillf Im M I I prompt no iKWktbln In fa iiiWlnft your Kutmurl llin It Onoyear 31 b0 pdyAlirt IN ADVANCE F r Local News H j A girl wna born to Mr rind M rH Uyruih Nielsen Tuesday Huh lI HlllcR is homo from Mum m6thBtiniring from rheumatism j i > < Chas H hart anti wifoof Bingi I lntntlre visiting friends I jfr tii city f j I1 Above nil looks gel to looking good in out of our lioN Inns Qur lino is fll111 All kinds Y MGobp1 J I ATJunks tune wifo and thoh son I Albert of Stcrritt Idaho t tiro spending the holidays + in this t city w David Ralph Mideolin of this oily und MIBS Zelln Urutnloy of Mnploton woro nwrried in Salt Lnko lust Tuosduy For tho Stato Teachers meeting aQ Salt Luko Inn I und 2 thorn vjlLbe cheap rate over the Salt Jho Route y l0r SaloIO hares of impro...

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 January 1906

h i t r 1a 4 j 0 t 0 i + j Y 1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS rt K r < M r i 4 Entered Fob 21 1902 aa gocondcloM matterPoetotnee 1i SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 1900 Ir 2rl grnicb rcs ofl VOL IV NO 51 f Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congress March Z 1K7I n v 1 i I HARRY HUGHES iJ1J t PAINTBR lr PAPERHANOKH 11 3 1 Orders taken for Wall Paper 2 blks west Coop Ifj i qtr SPANISH FORK UTAH fl i I l i lIIr1 OK HANSEN DDS Iw iiJfiii UPTODATE DENTISTRY fiE tInt Ollice in Now Dunk Building ii li Spuiisli Fork ij 1 SAMUEL CORNABY Ilt JiIlF NOTARY PUBblO tt Money Loaned 111 iliU t on IrrltMlti 1urmMIow Interest special op j tions of partial payments tli OHlco nt residence one block cast ot Coop 1Jb SPANISH ronu UTAH IIIf tti1rii7j td iilif 1 BRICKS iMtJ lif Cheaper nnd better than ever arr fifiJ being turned out at 1M HAND BROS fat yard at Benjamin tifE Best select white 050s t 1 ii1 Common 5 and 550 ttit A uniformity in select brick that t lg 1 cannot be obtained south of Provo fjfJW F Ufif iiI i...

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 January 1906

I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANHUEW jrNSrN rDblllher BPANISH YORK UTAH r I UTAH STATE NEWS I L All previous records In copper pro duction In Utah have been broken the past year Flro at Mercur destroyed the home of Peter Chnldo and partially Ac troyed tho honle of Mr Hall Tho members of the Calvary Baptist church colored of Salt Lake City served possum dinner to nil com fro on Christmas day Utnh has moro dividendpaying min ing properties than any other state in I the union and she Is fast puihlng to front ns a copper producer George Sherbert n signal employee of tho Union Pacific was utriick by i an engine near Castle Hock and Is now In tie hospital and may die Tho poultry farms of Utah were cleaned of gobblers In supplying the Christmas markets and thoro wore few turkeys for Now Years dinner In Utah Tho continued heavy alarms are do Ing much to hinder tho construction work of tho Utah Independent Tele phone company on Its Park Oily ox chango August Hanson a Swede throw himself In front ...

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 January 1906

T 4 I I mnst id he rrlJ JJ Q 7 IFMaJJ l I dish f I = lusI Watching for Fairies I hit Some nights 1 try to keen nwalte iseleBt teTo see how fairies really look lOou havo to wntch so sharp and stlll past So fays my mammas fulry book rltln to th fl squint my eyes n tiny ways And then I i ec them ono by one Come trooping In from tnlrjlaml it to t With funny little hop and run itlngj Tiny nod nnd whisper to themselves head They scamper on ncioss the floor 10 If thed never mover seen I bee rfA little boy like me heroic I is slit But If you nok me how they look l ve a Hi Somehow I cnn not seem to tell Tor pretty coon theyo slipped nwuy i And thenl hear the breakfast bIll I isalot Llpplncotts range Passepartout Frames I ullty Passepartout tape comes In small der rolls twelve yards long anti nearly with I8n Inch wide In all the different col Into ors It Is glued on one side nil ready e too for use When you have selected stead jour picture which may ho put in n mat or not as desired cut the g...

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 January 1906

C Frojl Claims His OWn = l ji Thl In mine said the old frost king And ho left his scnl of white J On tho llowrlnK vine by the wayside f 44i TT spring r The flowcrn dlrd last night Tills mine too and Ills breath < < BO clilll As he touched tho blados of grass lr the nook nt the foot of tho mnplo tree 4444 rile blades nre crisp alas M This In mine too and his brrnlh no chill He brcatbrd on HIP maplo leaf This morn It foil to tho window sill Wrinkled and nerc with grief Those arc mine nail ho chuckled gay As he oped Bio chestnut burrs The nuts 1U now where the miulrrelt play And tho partrldgo drums nnd whins New York Sun I THE nUB or pAct t i BY J C JX7ZE Copyright 1905 by Dally Story 1tib Co From the wooded banks of tho river the country gradually becamo treeless a great grassy plain stretching to tho horizon and In all this wide expanse there was not a spring of mint There were spots alongside tho river and Its tributary brooks which should havo been tho abiding place of the he...

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 January 1906

j THE RUIN OF THE YEAR I disbind the hUla the wind is I like a hound That whines and Avhlmpcra at his mas tera door Against him barred there is a lIolemu Hound Where murmured mirth and melody be fore Amid the treetops music mounts no more Down shady lanes that part the meadow is men land men Above the reaches of the sky are Tl spanned cr > are fcJJy swirling vapors ominous and drear i hats I Veiled are the hyaline heavens blue and I and ESS bland i silk f Around us lies the ruin of the year I are rflthin the girdle of the garden ground s ever That fragrant Indiesfrost has filched log of r the ore The summer spread no royally around pres Gold of tbe marigold the princely afore fOf radiant roses lavish with their lore i nor Of sweet endearment the slim lily band Chalked of snow and amber that expand f any fthat time the sun is a benignant snlierc All these have bowed before deaths dark 3 the demand Around us lies the ruin of the carr Thick are the orchard leaves on moat and mound T...

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 January 1906

THOUGHTS THAT LEAVE STAINS Make Marks Net to Be Outdone and Weaken Hcblt of Virtue Proto S Clifford Allbntt M 1 D IU t D M A F IL S etc lloglua ProCes sor of Physics lit Cambridge unlver slty delivered an ntldrcss tho other dny to the students at the opening of Kings College hospital In London In which ho mid ncmcmlior If yon are ever bored with your own self there IB something wrong with you Physiology tells you that you must always bo building or degenerate no Impure petty or ran corona thought but makes n mark not to he outdone and weakens the hnhlt of virtue It has been Enid nnd with some truth perhaps that men of sol enco are npt to forget we cannot play curlouHly with base and shameful things and then wipe them many as If we had never boon occupied with them Upon those physicians whose painful duty It may ho to turn over psychological parhngc rests the heav ier responsibility of a Jealous concern for tho purity of their own hearts Cashmere Shawl Patterns I Tho patterns which a...

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 January 1906

Expensive Durlal Ground Burial In Westminster Abboy Is an Mlnnet I eo pensive honor although tho sums el exacted aro considerably less than art troy wore fifty years ago Tho tees I Youf I far Interment are arranged on the tot rable lowing scale To the fabric fund iont T MB2C c36 or J46 according to the Kldl degree of the person to bo burled red tb Olher fees to dean canons choir of ten In leers verger etc c 34 2s 2d In lieu on Al I of scarves etc for the choir etc J31 f Slllh 2s 1 6d Making altogether J91 4s 8d 1S Ot 2101 4s 8d or Jlll 4s 8d accord Kldn f ng to degree Formerly the fees I not rt amounted to E150 or cIGO besides The Ktho scarves hatbands and gloves 1899 at charged In tho undertakers blllLon II L sine don TitBits nil ba l ln ° Qaday Dont Waste Your Time < M1 if rr ought l trjFSee that your Watch runs right and ms Klj JBtlhen use It We make Watches run If j wra right and sell all reliable makes lib Established s a bat V 1862 I beautl l 1TD villa Ia fie asd n HTfmMMrr...

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 January 1906

I I 0 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WlmlctY = = hNDltI W JINSJN lUIITISlllm it n darn I market In the square ft la the I data nll oxpireUon Of the aubscrlptlonoflhopart3 1 1011 I to Whom thlllRllr 4 1resM11 1lU4nv 100 IIR prompt n + povstbte In re ° I nowing your sUhocrl1l tlon Ono ycor fJ60 VAYAIILI IN AJIVANCI i 4 I Local News i J T Hales and family left today for Doll Oregon t Isaac Brookbnnk of Salt Lake was in town visiting yesterday I Overcoats storm coats hats caps I mons nnd boys punts olTY Jl 1 r Coop < It Mary the 24 year old daughter I Lars Jensen of Maphton died last Friday of consumption Miss Wilmn Btirmosler of Salt 1 I Luke spent Now Years day in this city visiting with relatives Andrew Niolson has resigned his position at the Gem Kollor Mills I us night watch The vacancy has 4 been Tilled by C J Ohristonsoii Mrs Goo Hicks was in Provo e I Tuesday taking the Xllay treat ment for cancer of the nose Sho II enjoyed a good rest Tuesday night The annual HaiiBenJorgonscn ij reu...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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