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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 11 January 1906

i o TlE SPANISH FORK PRESS VOL IV NO 52 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 11 1906 Entered at Spanish Fork Utah secondclou Act of Contrcjs matter March Post S omea im 1 x HARRY HUGHES PAINTER A PAPERHANGER prders take for Wall Paper 2 blks west Coop P t SPANISH FORK UTAH > K HANSEN DDS UPTODA T K DENTISTRY Office in Now Bank Building Spanish Fork AMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBlslO Money Loaned K on Irrigated Farms = low Interest special op tion of partial payments QOcc at re9lftenfo0i block cast of Coop SPANISH FOUK UTAU B ICKS I Cheaper and bettor than ever are being turned out at HAND BROS yard at Benjamin Best select white 050 Common 5 and 550 A uniformity in select brick that i cannot be obtained south of Provo I a R M JEXFLORIST Fresh Flowers supplied for all occa loll of sions Funeral designs kept on band and filled to order All klcds of Furniture Repaired Stesldenco two blocks North of Foundry L4044 SPANISH Fouu UTAH 1140 19 Icelandic Mercantile Go oooo DEALERS IN 00 8G5 GENERAL...

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. — 11 January 1906

i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS aNnnuw JCNSITTf rublUhr CPANI8H FORK UTAH I I II UTAH STATE NEWS II + There aro 3000000 cheep now owned In Utah Utah mines paid dividends aggre gating 4200000 during tho past year Tho Mnlad Valley branch of the Oregon Short Lino railroad was openod for trnlllc on the 1st The mineral production of Utah for 1905 reached a grand total of 29032 640 aa against 25074 074 for 1904 Fivo men wero Injured by tho falling of a piece of structural steel at the now smelter being erected at Garflold last week Tho coal production of Utah foi 1005 according fa < figures furnished by tho stato coal inspector was 1 692948 tons Tho retail clerks of Provo are ago tctlng a movement for cloning the etoros at 0 oclock Instead of at 7 which is now the hour of closing Tho total number of shares sold on the Salt Lako mining stock exchange during 1905 was 7246681 tho aggro gate selling value being 231013051 Tho fivo Utah copper stocks whlcb aro extensively dealt in Boston and W New ...

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. — 11 January 1906

iptured Hippopotami JWotv in Central Dark Zoo JVetv York f rit l tI J I I j a I it gi lit lit 1 I c f 1ngglid ITT K IIJ Ii i I I 1 t r I I I I fj I 1 ft L f f f1 I r i c s + I Calluh the Giant Hippopotamus of the Central Park Menagerie New York City liile few menageries or zoological ens include hippopotami among membors of tho animal world h they contain tho general public ivertheless quite familiar with tho aranco and characteristics of the t ungulates They have been do bed In word and picture by in Ii L arable naturalists historians its writers even ot the earliest times Sflud i unmistakable referenco to thcpi in the records of the ancient Egyptians and today there Is little loUbt that the behemoth of tho Bible ws Identical with the hippopotamus hS Central Park Zoo of Now York fiftr is I particularly fortunate in the esslon of three splendid spec I s a pair of older animals and a ug one The pair Caliph and Miss pby are well known not only to de directly Interested In these mat t ...

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. — 11 January 1906

r7 f WINTER RAIN Stain on the roof and rain On the burial place of grain < Qo one A voice in vain To one oer hill and plain The pledge of life again I jim on the aterile tea That hath no need of thee Nor keeps thy memory Tit thou that caches mo The range of charity Job D Babb in Harpers Magazine A VICTIM I TO DUTY i iI ffi tOMMUSjJ ndralt that I am iJ J somewhat ashamed to re 1 a late I tho beginning of our II a J mutual attachment To speak frankly there Is lit f tIc room for proper selfrespect or dig nity In the confession Hint ono fell In lore at first sight wild a miserable I looklng creature discovered shivering beneath a portcochcre I a black and t stormy night It may bo evangelical but It hardly savors of pride for a man to share Ills existence with a poor i iioinelcsa and abandoned wretch who begged for a nights shelter and came from nobody knew where I But a mans affections cannot always be set upon the high and mighty of this earth nor can Ills esteem be given k solely t...

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. — 11 January 1906

WHEN FAR AWAY tmember me when I am gone away I Jor rvfar away Into the silent land I When you no more can hold me by the hand Nor I half turn to eo yet turning stay Remember me when no more day by day You tell mo of our future that you planned Only remember me you understand It will be late to counsel then or pray I Yet If you should forgot mo for a while YeAnd afterwards remember do not t grieve For If the darkness and corruption leave A vestige of tho thoughts that onco I 7 had i Better by far you should forget nnd smile Than that you should remember and bo sad Christina Hossettl 0 0 1 Trusty and True t B I Trusty and Truo wero thoroughbred f English bulldogs that father brought home when they wero but a few months old They looked much like corndodgers done up In fur Their r bends necks and bodies were all of 1 the same thickness their noses were ivory short and blunt and their small pencillike tails stood out stiffly They grow very rapidly but wero I such Idolent goodnatured pupp...

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. — 11 January 1906

h FRIEND OF THE AGRICULTURIST P owlt of Great Aid In Keeping Down Grubs and Inflects A bird that is of Inestimable benefit to tho agriculturist Is says Nature I Notes tho peewit There is absolute ly nothing that can be said against It him and ns a friend of tho farmer It would bo hard to find his equal Ho has no taite for corn or any other ol the farmers crops spending his time L In tho search for grubs and insocta upon tho fallows and when tho front drives him from his usual haunts ho betakes himself to tho water meadows and ekes out a bnro existence soach Ing for food In tho mud alongside tho t running streams He Is 1 a wary bird g and well ahio to protect hImself from the gunner and from this cause his J numbers suffer but little diminution But It Is a thousand pities that tho craze for plovers eggs Is Btlll as prev it alent as over and It Is to bo regretted T that tho taking of them Is not severely j prohibited Many observers havo given It as their opinion that peewits aro loss ...

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. — 11 January 1906

I V 7 7 b1Tc2 dia E Pinlthants e Vogotabfo Compound a L positive cure for all those painful ci ilmcnts of women It will entirely ro the worst forms of Female Corn I tints Inflammation and Ulceration I lUng autl Displacements and cousc a cut Spinal Weakness and Is peeuli r rly adapted to tho Change of Life 4 < will surely cure i Bachachcm Bit has cured moro cases of Female d r elll11088 than any other remedy the oriel Jl ever known It is almost In I kallible in such cases dissolves and pels Tumors in an early stage of velopment That I BearIngdown Fooling using pain weight and headache is stantly relieved and permanently red by its use Under all cireum l tnnces it acts in harmony with the male system It corrects Q Irregularity 1 fjtapprcssed or Painful Periods Weak t I jlMiBSof Stomach Indigestion Bloat MMlTi I Nervous Prostration Headache general Debility Also Dizziness FaIntness t t extreme Lassitude dontcare and r wanttobeleftalono feeling excit HUy irritability nervousness slee...

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. — 11 January 1906

t J j L HIE I SPANISH FORK PRESS WKRKLY p ANDREW 3EM3Ey PUDLISnEf 4 4If b date Is market In the square II Is tho date of tlio expiration of the subscription of the party D whom tbl paper Is nc2c dressed Kindly bo sa g prompt nsposslblo In ro > J nowlne your subscrip tion < pnojoar 1150 pnojoarPAYABLE IN ADVANCE t i 1 Local News leJS Outing flannel 8 yards for 250 at Oran Lewis Mrs Hurry Davis is visiting her relatives at Thistle r A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Jos E Wilkins yesterday morning All well 1 Goo Boyaok and Robt Banks have been selected by Marshal 01 I pen as policeman < J t I Aaron Peterson hall decided to i quit the grocery business and has sold hiD goods to qur local merch ants About twenty friendo dropped in and gave Mr and Mrs James r Shingleton n most pleasant sur i i prise last night i I J 1 Dr 0 I Hanson and wife have returned from a twoweeks busi 1 II ness and pleasure trip to Fairview I nnd Mt Pleasant i Mrs Qeorgo hake is improving daily under thp X...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 18 January 1906

t b J trtc r THE SPANISH PORK t PRESS = = = = = r = rOL Y NO 1SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 18 lOOt at Entered Spanish Feb cork 4L 1002 Utah as secondclass Act of Congress matter March Post 3 cued 1879 t I FARRY HUGHES lAINTER Hi PAlKnilANOKtl t o ers taklR r9f Vall Paper 2 blks west Coop I SPANISH FORK UTAH K HANSEN DDS UlTOIUTK DnXTlSTUV Rico in Now Hunk Building Siitnttli Fork MUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBblQ Money Loaned I gated Farms low Interest special op J Vions of partial payment fa at residence one block oust of Coop I SPANISH four UTAH IQKS per mid bettor than ever arc r turned out nt AND BROS ilL Benjamin t select white tOCO mon r > and 510 i uniformity in select brick that SI iot be obtained south of lrovo M JEXFLORIST lhr sli Flowers supplied for all open t Funeral designs kept on hand i a led to order 6 kinds of Furniture Uuputrcd 1 Re jtlonco two blocks North of Foundry il SPANISH Font UTAH llandic Mercantile ColS DpAUnS IN S ERAL MERCHANDISE Q DRY GOODS Three Bloc...

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. — 18 January 1906

t 1 1r i eo 11US anr n w TUG SPANISH FORK PRESS AVUHnW JlNSKX rublUher DPANISH FORK UTAH I II VTAH STATE NEWS II Tho sugar factory at Lchl has com pleted its run for tho season Considerable activity in mining mat i ters IB reported from Statollne Tho Utah mine of Fish Springs has r k declared its regular monthly dividend f of ono cent per share fc fj Tho Commercial club of Nephi Is in I a prosperous condition having an en j rollmcnt of fifty members Tho output of coal and coko In Utah I during 1905 was 1002528 short tons c ° I y of coal and 215712 short tons of coko Tho Elks of Ogden will give a min strel show for the benefit of charity Tho entertainment will be pulled off in February l I 4 A Commercial club Is being organ J I teed at American Fork and will start a out with a membership of about SOy ti 1 onty of tho leading citizens The lifeless body of Erik Soderman i an oldtimer of Park City wan found In his room he having died during 11 the night from heart disease 11 J Charles A...

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. — 18 January 1906

Battleships in Danger a almost sorlous disaster on Jan rolvlng three ot our battleships ready disturb the American peo IC Flvo of tho more modern battle t 1 gof the eight that make up the il 8 ttshlp squadron of tho North At l1 ijj fleet ono of tho finest In the d w r wero engaged In an ordinary routlne r maneuver Working against Wtiltuand tldo the line of battleships otl rasaihrown Into confusion by one t f unnlng aground and It required 0Ih I eatest exertion to prevent the e ictlon of the Kearsarge the rC cky and the Alabama 1 it was the Kearsarye was run r End to prevent a collision with mil randed Kentucky and the Ala the third ship in line crashed at ho Kentucky All the vessels a It the Kentucky were able to pro o Hampton roads but the squad vt liS crippled as badly In getting i7 1 I M t 1rNtv 4 13 Fll tsij i i y r + Il1P + 101 r tt M + i drY1rlrr t tQ al d Y Nf w to I r l I Code H SA N ng islgNo b ll Tu New York harbor as It would er f a been In an ordinary naval en e a ent la...

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. — 18 January 1906

1 1 it 1 rr M II I I 1 rwWr f > Contentment t I Tlirt BWlrllnK nnowfliltea nil the nlrj Wnn glint tonight II I watch them lnttor hero and there a In raiment white 1 I And while the mlHtr trooP chitrsn by 1 Wllh Rusty trend I hear the nimrows twilight cry a bur overhead l I 8 + III And Hplto he Alarm nail fleet mill 1 IIIIhl X Within tier mst w i SfS nnildrntlv nil morning llnht J 1 I Tltpj HtiiiRly left I 1 thought twori1 better fur to hn t A Hwirniw liold t Than tiilec llfnM Ills so imiitmiiliiRly J So thntikltHxIy llfcx sold f Now Yolk Herald I J it f > I j I j jI 1 r f BY JCWAT NORTH r CoiirlRlit 1105 by Daily Story Pub Co 1 Whnts the matter with Eaton was ho ever Jilted asked 1crklns lighting a fresh cigar unit gazing 1 curiously nt tho recoiling figure of the i confirmed old bachelor of the qlub as lie walked Into tho dining room Why naked Drown Has ho been showing you a bunch of sour grapes Well I should think so replied Perkins came In and said ho had 1 heard I was abou...

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. — 18 January 1906

J u Q d f ik V2z7cL u e Saplcntln Lunae wisdom of the world said unto me JOo forth anti lun the tare Is to the 1 brave chance some honor tnrrlMh flu thee Ill As tiirrlcth I until for sure tho 9 r For grave 1 hail pondered on n lime of I t t roses 8 i Which to her outlcs the incon dis closes wisdom of the world said There are ba > n a forth and run for victor Is Booq I er the stress of tho laborious days et said J shall I be the worms ret l sweet food An I went musing on n nine of roses iWhlch In her hour the pale soft moon discloses i I I fen said my voices Wherefore strive I or run 9 Bn night s ever n vain of > cn glans night cometh starless void of th sun thhj That light shall servo thee like her SK golden face loll or 1 had pondered I on a rune of roses Ind know some secrets which tho cal moon discloses Urnest Dowson A Lesson In Foraging e ho following incident is taken from diary of a late veteran of the ° B 111 war and who served under com sh nd of Gen Sherman In tho Army...

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. — 18 January 1906

POSSESSION OF THE DEVIM Peculiar Antics of Italian Boy Aro Thus Explained A most wonderful medieval story Is now occupying tho attention of tha couth ot Italy In a smrdl village there is a family of the name of Pan 1 nlnl and If nil be true that Is writ I ton of It we may think ourselves In the Dark Ages Hgaln There are two boys In this family nnd they disap t pear occasionally In a most mysterious f j DUS manner In fnct n few minutes fitter they dlsappoar they are found miles away How they get there no one can toll They say they are car ried from place to place by the Holy Ghost Spirits are also said to in 4 habit the house where they live I plates and glasses are broken beforo < t the eyes of all and cakes and sweets I are showered over tho boys beds I when they are asleep One ot the boys 4 falls In trances wlien ho speaks dIf ferent languages even Latin and Greek In a strange voice He also I spouts passages from Dante and pro t phesies Doctors and priests havo t visited him bu...

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. — 18 January 1906

t > 7 Y KB V a 7R R HIGH CLASS DRUGGISTS th AND OTHERS thh h Tho bettor class of druggists everywhere aro men of scientific attainments and high integrity 110 who dovoto their lives to tho welfare of their fellow men in supplying tho best of remedies and I purest medicinal agents of known value in accordance with physicians prescriptions and 1 scientific formula Druggists of tho better class manufacture many excellent remedies but myh > t always under original or officinal names and they never Bell false brands or imitation medicines le They are tho men to deal with when in need of anything in their line which usually includes ces all standard remedies and corresponding adjuncts of a firstclass pharmacy and tho finest and best of toilet articles and preparations and many useful accessories and remedial appliances ° x The earning of a fair living with the satisfaction which arises from II knowledge of the benefits conferred upon their patrons and assistanco to the medical proCe...

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. — 18 January 1906

M I d tN THE SPANISH FORK PRESS wmnnv i AMDJUiW JENSKN PUInd911IIt t ou atlatc 18 IIJlrlod hi 7 tboNgtnro II IH Ihe date ur tlao ex kfUon or the OXI i JIl rr pt 011 or thin party D to thom tIIH papor lIsad dreSACII ChuJIV he us prompt ulloesIble In rb newaig tlon your liutJsortl I Ono rcnr l iAYAUia iN ADVANCL aLro Local News N iIiI m Y h Mud till further orders I ij Now days water mains are very I i ill J iunch in evidence along muin street r l r I I J ° I for SalolA good city lot good > f < + + Mention cheap Como to this oflice I I wick I j h Tho Boll Telephone people are i Miiow putting In their now switch 1 Vboardt i j < Rubber boots for ladies light weight just tlio thing for the s i stormy weather at Y M Goop I U If tho money spelt to soo the 41 sido walks bf Now York had been 11 1 ° spent in graveling our own the joy would have been more lusting ff i Weakened systems need I u ma rt J 1 I ture wholesome mollow liqnoiv lIi thatH I W HAItPEll Whisky jy a L the kind your...

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. — 25 January 1906

i I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 9 NO 2 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY Entered Fob 21 1902 as sccondctaM matter Post offlco IVOL V I Jt L L 1 UlI L 25 1900 at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congress m March a ° ism BARRY HUGHES PAINTER 4 PAPEHIUNGKR ers taken for Wall Paper i 2 blks west Coop SPANISH FORK UTAH K HANSEN DDS UI TO DATE DENTISTRY O ice in Now Bank Building Spanish Fork MUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBble J Money Loaned Irrigated Tarms low Interest special op tions ot partial i > menu lice at residence one block east of Coop SPANISH OllK UTAH IGKS ienpor and bettor than ever are Ing turned out nt HAND BROS gip d at Benjamin st select whito 050 unon 5 and 550 uniformity in select brick that not be obtained south of Provo I M JEXFLORIST icsh Flowers supplied for all ocea ns Funeral designs kept on hand 111 filled to order Ul kinds of Furniture Repaired sldencc two blocks North of Foundry SPANISH FORK UTAH i elandic Mercantile Go DEALERS IN ENERAL MERCHANDISE k DRY GOODS Three Blocks Ea...

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. — 25 January 1906

H i I I I I 1 a THE SPANISH FORK PRESS IJlDnEW JENSEN rnblULir i 4 R SPANISH FORK UTAH 0 11 UTAH STATE NEWS II II I Il l A rounty homo fair will bo hold In Provo oarly In April The Commercial club of Provo IB I working for the organization of n county fair association Postal receipts In Balt Luke for 1905 r exceeded those of 1904 by 2599416 I or more than 138 1 per cent During the windstorm at Provo on i Friday evening a barn belonging to I I i Joseph Lundford was blown down John PamRto of Monlda convicted of passing bola checks has boon sen tenced to five years Imprisonment The Bonk of Ephraim Is now in a d I tailing It II furniture preparatory to opening Ito doors for public patron age i ageThe r The diphtheria epidemic In Foun tain Green IB l said to be about over although there are several case there t Mrs Booker T Washington wife oil the noted negro educator visited Sal Lake last week lecturing at the Y M C A 1 Leonard Smith a carpenter of Hal per committed sulcld4 In Salt Lake...

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. — 25 January 1906

R a tl P TWENTY YEARS OF IT fated by Diabetes Tortured Ith Gravel and Kidney Pains ary Soule cobbler of Ham L sport N Y says Slnco Deans p ey Pills cured ino eight years a Ive reached 70 and hope to live r years longer But twenty yoars 01 ti ago I had kidney tct r trouble BO bad I e l N could not work t Backache was per rl slstent and It was J agony to lift any I f thing Gravel whirling head I n It aches dizziness to It and terrible urin I ttl + ary disorders ran ate me down from 1C8 I i pounds Doctors told mo I had I taa and could not live 1 was hed and hopeless when Ibegan i Doans Kidney Pills but they J me eight years ago and Ivo well over since r ll by all dealers 60 cents a box rMllburn Co Buffalo N Y I Gold Mining In Abyssinia ar rltlsh explorer recently returned Abyssinia says that he was for months In a region hitherto un r a to white men Along the trlbu to of tho Blue Nile he found t a g population engaged in washing t 6 He reports that there Is an earl d quantity of gold 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. — 25 January 1906

= ruf lJLOVrING IN GEORGIA I I wr rrAxcta JUIUVE Slnr and Charley are ready theres nothing to do but go The wide blue sky and the brown fields call mid the pines arc singing low Weic oft to the twentyacre field its n good Wg piece to plow And the rains been keeping us back n spell 110 were good andrcady novel a Up In the edge of the + wide blue sky the twentyacre climbs A mockingbird in the hilltop pine In dtrltigVg his rippling rimes Von hear him laugh n8 lie swing ana sway on the tonmont twig of the tree At us three fellows here working haul old Stnr and Charley mid 1 lel Laugh little brother Were glnd to hoar n laugh fu happy ns that Iltii making like hed II brown thru h now and now he calls like n cat j Ami a catbird iimncr Innocent blie and he throw + back il silver trill And laughs again UN Stnr and Charley and me go round the hill i Skip a space of the lough thick grit or the carthll wash away IIIC l yellow jasmine has crept in here Im glad we can let it slay I Now deep in th...

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