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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 1 March 1906

1 ITNFSI FARMER HAT QUEER RIVE I trsllt Itemus Hope of Montono had n t wtG ee wild ride yesterday which he not want to have repeated very piled It ever was coming from several miles r 1 n the country riding In a platform Isoaer fcv and on top of this he was haul hiotno a neighbors buggy that had fm at disabled In n runaway and was foil bottomside up on Hopes tot T y with the wheels uppermost and here 1 ly I tied In place lope was sitting on some blankets tent were laid on the upturned bottom ftlie neighbors buggy and riding I V it Ii quietly and peaceably when just I the r f e had got about half way down the IIhl I hill past the HemerlcU farm the owed es became frightened sprang to V Ot jside and tipped tho buggy entirely ct ten bottomside up nils manenYer brought Hopes buggy m a f Kigsldo up but also brought the hbors vehicle right slde up and I SIJ one i Hope clinging like a bat beneath I I combination of vehicles the horses lie tub loft down the road at a high rate peed l pay Ing...

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. — 1 March 1906

r I t l I HIS ONE WEAK SPOT I Prominent Minnesota Merchant Cured to Stay Cured by Doana Kidney Pills O O Hnydcn ot O C Hoyden Oo dry goods merchants of Albert t Lea Minn says I was RO lamo that I could hardly walk There was nn timiccountablo weakness of the back and constant e pain and aching I could find no rest nnd was very un comfortable rit night AR my health was I f Rood In evory other b way I could not un derstand this trouble It was Just as If nil the strength had gems from my t 1 back After suffering fur some tlmo I began using 1 DOOMS Kidney Pills The u remedy acted at once upon the i kidneys nnd when normal action was t restored the tumble with my back f disappeared I have not had any ro d turn of it For Bale by all dealers CO cents o box Foster MIlhllrn Co Buffalo N Y c CHESTNUT FLOUR OF CORSICA Much Used but Produces Inferior 4 Kind of Bread The chestnut Is the wheat of Cor slcn and Its flour IH used in the form of bread or polenta by the peasants throughout the Island T...

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. — 1 March 1906

0 CATARRH THIRTY YEARS ngressman Meekison Gives Praise to Pe ru na For His Recovery f it k r 11 tt i I CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PERUNA Ton David Mcckison Napoleon Ohio exmember of Congress Fiftyfifth rict writes I have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited reby from my catarrh of the head I feel encouraged to believe that If kisc It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of jfrty years standing David Meekison NOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE Mr Jacob L Davis Galena Stone county writes I havo been in bad health for thirtyseven years and after taking ire bottles of your Pcruna I am curedJacob Ji Davis Uf yon do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna Eo at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will leased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O f FIRST STORY OF IMAGINATION to Written by Ennana of Thebes for Egypts Crown Prince ...

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. — 1 March 1906

T i fN rnnr a = r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS WBBKLY ANDmw JJ1NSIN ruitLisiinu SUIISCUIITION One ylnr fll W I 1 1AYAIIU W ADVANCK I MrpT < r7 T LOCAL MENS arc al lMvf 1 AVilil way welcome Make I the articles nhort unit It I Impossible to bundle t long nrtlrlpfi It you Imvun time to wrlto call up phone JJ ADVCHT131SU IIATUS Display Ads pot Inch one month 81X Local Headers one Isle par line lOt rr 1 NOTlCK Dining the uiontii of February wo have Bent mil statements to all of our patrons r whoso subscription The press i his expired Wo wish to say L Hint we are much pleased In deed with tho way tho good cit 1 ieiis of Spanish Fork are com ya ing in to ply tho amount they aro in arrears anil also paying anotheryeai in advane which is the custom with all papersus it is quite a burden for a pub lisher to carry his subscribers it t t year before collecting Where It ib possible to do so uo would kindly ask our subscribers to pay ill advanee and i thanking you one and all for your loyal ty to yo...

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. — 8 March 1906

4 t t THE SPANISH FORK fl PRESS VOL V N08 = SPANISH FORT UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 87 1900 Entered > Feb 21 1902 na secondclosa matter Post office a at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congress March R vnt f UTAH STATE NEWS I Th president leas renppolnted Ar hur b Thomns postmaster of Salt ake City j About 1600 chnngod hands and Ilircu fights occurred ns the result 01 horse race at Pnyson one day last cek It Is announced that 12000 to 16 00 will be distributed annually among he Davis county farmers for the cu cumber crop Salt Lake Is to have another vaude ville theatre a company being now in the process of formation with a capital stock of 10000 The body of an Infant several days eld was found in a ditch in Salt Lake 3lty ono day last week The body bore no marks of violence Tile Merchants and Manufacturers ssoclatlon ot Bait Lake will make a rip to Nephl on March 27 making tops at Intervening points The announcement Is made In Og den that unless tho Junction City gets new armory that Company B...

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. — 8 March 1906

rl tl t a i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDnrW JRMSEN FublUhtr SPANISH FORK I UTAH It EEWSSUMMARYj L Tho historic church of San Pablo at Barcelona Spain has been destroy ed by an Incondlaiy M A Dc pcycr tho Russian minis ter at Teheran Persia has been re Ilovcd of his post on tho ground of 111 ticalth I Japaneso ofllcors have assumed control of the Imperial war college trade and commercial schools at Canton Ik Thirty men wero drowned by the wreck between Haughesund and Ber gen off tho Norwegian coast of tho Bteamer Thor Fivo burglars dynamited tho Peo pies bank at Kenny 111 securing COO In coin but falling to open tho Inside eafo containing 5000 Six men were killed and twelve so badly injured that most of them are expected to dlo by an explosion in amIne mine at Birmingham Ala Mrs Krupp widow of tho German stool manufacturer has given 250000 to charily In recognition of tho Impe rial silver wedding anniversary Ton men forced entrance into the 1 Russian State hank at Ilelslngfors t Finlan...

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. — 8 March 1906

1 Scene on Plaza One I to Delight Tourists I Special Correspondence r All roads in Cuba lead to the plaza I public square and a town without t L plaza would be like an egg without Lit or beauty minus a mirror x But then no town Is without Its laza and most of them can boast a series Each of the larger town s its municipal band and upon at ast one evening of each week It Iajs in the principal plaza Then tho ua is a gala sight worth going la ty I a mile to wltnons l It Is then that the houses so Joni h sly closed by day open wide their ors and from them atop senora and Be senoritas her daughters nil bend fp their steps In the one direction less Indeed they belong to the lealtli classes and own n carriage or Vhaps hire one for the promenade It Is called It Is gay then UM I aza with Its neat walks where ie I ethic lights twinkle a merry sect Tmio where tho fountains splash i hftl > and the royal palms toss their a rornful heads In the cool breece of n renlng I Tho picture Is a pretty...

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. — 8 March 1906

1f Household t patters l Dutch salad f Doll eight mediumsized potatoes two carrots and three small red beets t When cold cut Into dice add two sprigs of parsley chopped line Thor oughly mix nil with salad dressing Garnish with thin slices of onion and parsley Will servo six I Fruitier Cake s One cup sugar one tnblespoonful but ter ono egg hnlt cup sweet milk two cups flour two teaspoonfuls of baking powder Bake in three layers and i put together with the following Icing The juice and grated rind of one lemon yolks of two eggs and water Hiilllclcnt to make one pint Cook until it thick ens I Golden Vriilt Mnfllin With two cups of cornmeal mix a cup of flour four teaspoonfuls of sugar two of baking powder add half of one of salt wllh a tablespoonful of butter t n cup nnd n half of milk two eggs l beaten separately and a cup of any kind of fruit peeled and sliced or a i cup of berries Put together as above the whites of tho eggs folded in last A part of tho flour may bo put over tho fru...

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. — 8 March 1906

STORY OF < THE CRAN7JERRY I history of the cranberry can lie i L a bit of parchment no larger ho fruit Heolf but to judge Its L by Its length would bo like Eg the gurrys Importance by Its I jt Tho cranberry to begin with ay of Its christening was so rut ft because Us sponsors fancied Its bud resembled a crane and 1st Just before the bud expands n fee perfect flower with stem ca Ad petals It resembles the nock land bill of that ungainly bird It was originally dubbed crane jopUlarlzed Into cranberry if jb all families of Importance In htr fgrlcultural race the cranberry fa Imposing genenlogy Its Euro t forbears belonged to the clan of lacclnlum oxycoccus how long Incrlran branch or the nmcrocap n I las been established here nobody L but It began to attract atten e bout 100 years ago Its acquaint was first cultivated In the Cape region of Massachusetts New Ind has ever been ready to pay a jet to ancestry gradually worked Its way out of frlty until today the cranberry tics a place of...

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. — 8 March 1906

y 1 t I I tf H NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA A Desperately Serious Caso Cured by Dr Williams Pink Plllo Brought to the very verge of starva tion by tho rejection of nourishment her vitality almost destroyed tho re covery of Mrs 7T A Wyntt of No 1189 I Seventh street Dei Moines Iowa peomcd hopeless Her physicians utterly failed to tench the heat of thu difficulty nnd death must Inivn resulted If ho had not pursued independent cxntru 811g feested by l her Histwrt experience Mm Wyntt says I hud pain In tho region of the heutt palpitation nnd shortness ttf birnth so that I could not walk very fast My head nulled cry badly itiul I WIIH Mlued with vomiting hpolln whcuovur I took nny food A doc i tor was culled wha pronounced the I trouble gastritis but ho guvu mo no re liof Thou I tiled second doetorwith out benefit Uy this I time I hud beuonio t very wtnk 1 could not keep tho most delicate broth on I my I I Monmuh and at 1 tho end tf a mouth 1 wits MJiuvoly more I than whin and bonu and was really s...

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. — 8 March 1906

ri t 0 W O8e 0140 G 410Ab0itM140 THE EXTERNAL USE OF t Jacobs Oil 0 Is the short sure easy cure for Rheumatism It penetrates to the seat h and of torture and relief 7t promptly follows 0I Neuralgia Price 25c and 5Oc I tjt t ont You Just Try A CAN OF Hewletts 3 Crown Pure Cream of Tartar Baking Powder fit I At our expense If you dont like it Ill u I L IUCLAS 300 SHOES BA re bouglao 400 cult Edge Lino Sot bo oquallcd atany price 1 ° oUGUs I ou R ALL r ICtS 94 tTY r r tt r I twoL fR4TI1ba0t + eST IN p TMK tl WOULD + ro HL f Alrs pCUG s OJ AS dR J t fSTAlUSHEP JULY 6 1816 r4s CAPITAL 290QOO f a atBLAS MAKES SELLS MORE liKU SHOES THAN AMY OTHER fAOTURER IH THE WORLD fl flflfl REWARD to anyone who cm UjUUU disprove this statement id take you Into my three large factories ton Miss and show you the Infinite I which every patrol shoes limajc you ante why W L Douglas 350 shoes e to make why they hold their tjiape r wear longer and are of greater salve than any other 3SO hoe oualas Strong Mado...

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. — 8 March 1906

J k1 THE SPANISH > 7 FORK PRESS 4 wrtrKiA l r ANIIHmv JPNSKN Itniusnnu I SUBSCnilTION i One r nr II LM JAYAWin IN ADVANCi 0l t I I ADVJIirriSINO ItATDS is Display Ads ppr Inch ono ttionth 8100 I i Local Headers ono ls m > per line lOt LOCAL NllWH nro alI NOTICE prays wiilcomo Mftlio I the articles short us It IK I Impossible to Imndlo tonI nrllilcs If you Iuicnl got thou to wrllD cull up phone 31 Local News Seed potatoes for saloSeo Jesse I Butler Michael Barclay is in from Prico t to stay ti short time F Dan Hansen and family of Eu reka hare moved to Spanish Fork Beautiful spring hatsall tho very latest styles at Mrs A11 JI hi ish Jos Wren and Theo Dedrick i r son wero in Zion on business last Monday Mr and Mrs Alfred Reese hay both been sink of late but improv i ing some Work has been commenced i in earnest on tho Han Pedro depot at + this place Alf Warner night watch nt theY t 1 h Y M Coop has resigned to Lak c E effect Saturday About n dozen of our citizens ± joined the Ge...

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. — 15 March 1906

I tt I 1 K w > V THE t L SPANISH FORK PRESS = = VOL V NO 9 = = L J SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 15 1900 at Entered Spanish Feb Fork 21 1902 Utah OR secondclnsa Act of Congress matter March Post 3 omco lins UTAH STAT NEWS IA company of tho National Guard I Utah has been organized nt Mt peasant I The union depot at Ogden Is to bo modeled tho oxpondlturc being cstl 58000 aced at I I I Several carloads ot sheep were Slipped from Milford to Nebraska lints lost week lraraca Newton broke jail at Moab to day last week but was captured jghtcon miles from town Note 8 Peterson ono of Ephralms Lest and most respected residents led on the 9th at the age of 85 Mrs Thomas OKeofe of Park City I dead from ptomaine poisoning usod by Bating canned tomatoes The senate has passed the bill fcthorlzlng the establishment of a Ivernment assay office at Salt Lake tYBountiful Bountiful now has a Commercial ub to look after Its business Inter Its and the development of Its Indus lies Automobilists arc 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. — 15 March 1906

C I i rurnr ranr THE SPANISH PORK PRESS ANDREW JeNSEN Fubtlibcr SPANISH FORK UTAH Sumo Kinds of candy on tho con II trary do not rest you They make 1 I you tlrod Count Don says that hu loves Ills tl I wife Just im much ns over nnd prob i ably thats true I Tho Hungarian diet may bo ills II 1 solved but It Is not digested Vlve I KossuUi and goulash It Is cortnlnly appropriate that a II man named Avis should bo giving I illiiHtrntcd talks on bird life If I It is feared that the thief who stole 111 a church bell will return now Rome l dark night and steal the pulpit Bible i I 1 It was a boy that choked on candy In Ohio No girl over choked on can fil i dy though she cats a ton to the boys t Ipound It Is Bald that tho American eaglet Is dying out We have noticed that I I every ono wo over saw had grown rI quite bald I r Beauty Is multiplied as It Is dis I played Every pretty girl Is a beauti n I ful pattern which every other girl I I I tries to copy Turbo and Servians continue to kill I e...

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. — 15 March 1906

I abitforming Medicines wbatever may bo tUo fact as to many tho socalled patent medicines con ning injurious Ingredients as broadly Iblishod In somo Journals of moro or s Influence this publicity has certainly ea of groat Interest In arousing needed ItDiitlon to this subject It has iu a laslderablo measure resulted In tho wt intelligent iicoplo avoiding such cTu and modlcinca as may bo fairly BUS ted of containing the injurious Ingro nts complained of Recognizing this t somo tlmo ago Dr Piorco of Buffalo Y took Limo by tho forelock ns It re and published broadcast all tho r lenlt of which his popular modi os are composed Thus ho has com tuly forestalled all harping critics and I Cljposltlon that might otherwise b ed against his medicine because they i noSY or KNOWN COMPOSITION Fur ennore > from tho formula printed on cry bottlo wrapper it will bo seen that eso medicines contain fio alcohol or er habit forming drups Neither do ey contain any narcotics or Injurious tSI their Ingred...

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. — 15 March 1906

if I 11 I n t A A r i SHOULD GROW BEARD OR SHAVE r i Resemblance of Two Public Men I Makes Confusion + For acne lime Joorso Dexter Clark former clmlrniini of limo Hepubllcun city coiutnlttro IIIIH been trnnlly de i 5t ceived by the rtseinblance which Prof C D Unzcn of Smith college boars to Representative Winslow II Edwards ± of Kaatbairiton l Ilia confusion of tho i 15 two led to many amusing Interviews In which Prof Ilnzen wits asked his D II Ittilnclmrt linn sold hh Interests opinion on political hatters Ills re piles wore often along other Hues t thnn those expected by Clark Matters culminated on a train to Springfield a short time ago when r Mr Clark and Prof Hazen occupied scats opposite each other liaising his voice so that It could ho heard above the roar of the tinln Mr Clark yelled I How about that liquor bill What liquor bill demanded tho i llrT r flab J t r t i till astounded professor I know nothing I1 about any liquor bill t Vhy of course you know per sisted Mr Clark y...

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. — 15 March 1906

eros 80YearOld Math Worksas Pepartment Clerk f the ago of SO Mrs Ann E Grid other or the famous captain lo i Admiral Dewey gave the order may begin firing when you got Gridley nnd grandmother ot Tohn P V Gridley killed two Ingo by thecxploslon on tho bat lip Missouri Is regularly at work clack In the land office a sub lion of the department of the In IT at Washington Griillcy has worked l for the gov cat almost continuously for years Her salary Is JOO a 5 Grldley camo to Washington Michigan shortly after the war husband was Frank Grldlcy of dale Mich Ho had been en d in mercantile pursuits beToro var but ho became a confirmed lid and Mrs Grldley sought em out and supported both for ninny s o has ono son Lucius E Grldlcy ears an empluyo of tho treasury rtment with whom she lives Is Grldley has a pension of 20 onth granted her on account of services as nurse during the civil President Roosevelt bus taken ersonal Interest In Mrs Grldloy has recommended that congress a bill Increasing h...

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. — 15 March 1906

1 1 RESTORE STRENGTH Or Williams Pink Pills Actu ll M4ko Now Blopd and Good Health Follows The evil effects that follow many tils vuios iwitiimlarly the grip lUll the wasting fuvetM such as typhoid mid malariu nro caused by tliu condition tnwhlcJi those dihonwH luuxu thu blood All n Ioslllt tho lIeh continues to full away tho ulfiier fimwn nervoim mill irritnblo mill tVun Mi htoUiliou CIIUM Rhortues i of l biviith I i Theso mo ihuiKor 0111 symptoms and indionlo I I tlmt the t Hystuni is in a Htutu that invites pnou innnia I broiiOiltN I i or ovcu m l litI maiii Pt lam What is I nuudul in I a iicv supply of itll red libod Wi t entry health and sticiiKth to ovory put 1 of t hll body 4 1 wiiHiilluiii ilnwu fioni tho nect f of tho iri > Hiys MM Amidlii Hall of No ft llni utriol Norwich Cniin and could nit WMJIH to pn fttnujlh I to I walk l eOllld hut Ut u full niiMil my Monmih was so wo lie niil I was so i i nervous that I coiild not sliiu I could only htay in bad a fOI III 111 1I1t1...

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. — 15 March 1906

VED FROM CATARRH OF LUNG w SO COMMON IN WINTER BY TAKING PERUNA 1 Throat Develops Into Bronchitis ov s Addle Harding 121 W Bright h YC Syracuse N Y writes I I been ft user of Peruna for tho Is twelve years With mo It Is a apt I preventive of colds ond many oth ltn s IDt IDtn le rt l 3 td I br w aA tl ii < I rbI x < bI Da al Mra Addle Harding C TWO or threo times a year I am lt bled with my throat a kind at raw r ng turning to bronchitis I have n tho services of my physician In case Two years ago when I a spell coming I tried Peritna to a k It and to my delight was not set bled with the smothered and chok U t ecllng and never have been since n check It every time with Pe h1 I I tut < I t fIII J MANY YEARS OF LABOR LOST Odd Experience of a Man Who Once Wrote a Book I have been told said a man ol experiences that It Ls not unusual for men to spend much thought and toll over Inventions of one sort and another only to nnd when they took these things to Washington to be pat anted...

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. — 15 March 1906

i if iT 4i I 1fJ Local News Ef rif fcS Cntnphozone tho great croup cuteuOe at World Drug Co Tomorrow is the 17th of Ireland The grand Irish ball is tonight Darned if tt didnt snow again last night and IB still mowing f Samuel Cortlaby has returned from a ton days visit With relatives i at Tucker AGMohnaon i has gBue to Sunny r aide whero it is thought hilJ health will bo bettor Mrs Harry Hughes returned from the southern part of the State last Sunday CW Miller yard man at Oran Lewis has resigned hio position and will go to farming A grand select ball will be given at Packs pavilion Tuesday March 27th one of tho swell kind f Mr and Mrs lien Dnrrant of 4 Salt Luke came down last Sunday evening to visit with relatives r Wo are pleased to note that Mrs t Mary Isaac is again able to be 1 t about after several weeks of sick ness > y JOB Loveless chief of the Provo d 1 t Hro department and David Stagg > were in town Monday buying horses t Mr Oulbert King and Miss r Laura Nioholes of ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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