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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 31 May 1906

11 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS VOL V NO 20 F = = SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MAY JJJ 1000 Entered Feb II ate secondclou matter Poat omca at Bpanloh Fork Utah Act of Cdnsrcaa March x im uuuuuuu II II un ulwwt uufwluuwwuuuuuuwrlwwttuuuuuuu CITY DRUG STORE JNO O BANKS Prop PURE WANDIIII DRUGS MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS minnnnmffmlllnmfmrnmmtmmrmttrnlmnmrnmmnrmlmnmfnrmrtltr hats the matter ft ith IDAHO HBMBlMMBBMa M n Thousands of acres of land have beeu reclaimed to cultivation by Irrlgutlou in that State during the past 10 years Thousands more will bo reclaimed within the noxt 10 years This moans an openlug for umny thousands of homos I ITS You INVESTIGATED IDAHO It has been truthfully termed a 1 Land of Opportunities Land of Homes The Oregon Short LIne Railroad Co m be pleased to Bcndciescrlptlvo mat Idahos Write ter regarding resources JoD 1 t Burley G P A or D S Spon ger A G P A Salt Lake City Utah AMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Money Loaned I Irrigated Fa...

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. — 31 May 1906

C THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDrtETT JRNBKN rublUlir BPANIBH FORK UTAH II UTAH STATE NEWS II Tho Kphrulm electric light plant is completed and tho town Is now lighted I l > y electricity About 900 residents of outside points cnmo to Salt Lnko to attend the Bern Iiardt performance Insurance companies paid out dim Ing 190C to Salt Lnko City policy hold ors tho sum of 1FiGl39 I C II Inghnm who came to Utah la I860 and had resided In Salt Lake City over since died on tho 2Uh at tho ago of 70 Tho track committee of tho Utah County Fair association has arranged tho programme for tho two days rac ing on July 4 and G Tho slx year old son of Jacob Schwelzer of Logan fell from a free onto a fence whllo at play sustaining Injuries which proved fatal Private Oscar Smith who was shot by a guard whllo attempting to escape from tho guard house at Fort Doug las has died from his Injuries A company has been organized for the purpose of constructing a tele iphono line in Garfield county with headquar...

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. — 31 May 1906

i JOHN HENRY IN A STREET CAR 1 DY HUGH McHUGH t George V Hobart n of a Trim s M1V IN TUB STUKET ran tr Throw me In the cellar and batten own the hatches Im a wreck In tho key of G Hat ar4 I sidestepped In among a bunch of Linageheavers yesterday and ever I lace Ive been sitting on the ragged dge with my feet hanging over I I was on my way down to Wall treet to help J Plorpont Morgan buy couple of railroads nnd all tho world eemed as blithe and gay as a love ula jinch from Laura Jean Llbboys aa latest ek When I climbed Into tho cable car I as lelt like a man who had mailed money o himself tho night before ar I was aces And then somebody blew out my ni p aJ At the next corner two society flash I ights flopped In and sat next to me eth They had a lot of words they wanted boll o i use and they started In do The car stopped and two more of Ihe 400s leading Indies jumped the i1 Inrdles and camo down the aisle They sat on tho other sldo of mo ids In a minute they began to bite tho nee Dict...

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. — 31 May 1906

YOUNG AND HANDSOME GIANT LONGS FOR LIFE PARTNER Painful Predicament Which Has Brought Woe to the Heart of August Barth of Brooklyn I DEMANDS ONLY ONE REQUISITE IN BRIDE i Himself Seven P cot Tall He Insists the Lady Must Uc Six Petit Seven IrH hcs Need Not Ue YounJ enutifill or filch Young good looking wealthy and perforce u bachelor Such Is tho jinlnful jKiKltlou of Aug ust llarth of Brooklyn And tho cause lie Is seven feet tail Somewhat sensitive on the subject lilmtLlf Mr llarth haH found that mAidens who have won his huart are even moro BO Once engaged to n charming Chi cago girl herself six feet tall tho en gagement was broken because tho lady nsEerteil sho looked so small beside blm that they attracted attention on tho Btroet Bride Must Bo Tall Now ho insists that the companion of his honeymoon must bo at least six feet seven Inches In height Ho says Sho need not he rich sire need not tin beautiful Sho need not oven no quite BO young liB I am All I ask is that she bo lit least...

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. — 31 May 1906

1 < X < H he Heiress i from i 11 England r I LtE or COLONIAL DAYS I ETTA W PIERCE BY t H H by Joseph B Howies pyrlgbt B1IGSI I CWeflhaui said his excel taln turning toward Ithe 1 arth governor where a figure stood like superb young Mart you are I Ir what do you mean by such T i was obliged to send a serv search for yon RH your excellency pardon swerc11 ae I was playing bowls Margaret and so gave little IIgS i time Y o secretary at the governors side at k e quill hard Into the > 1 i his goose mlticvry U and a blot fell on his paper B excellency rD had come to this his cem country house with a retinue + r te servants to celebrate t Lts anti L Year but an event at Ie New e and Interestlnga ctc1 uncommon 1thtJ i marriage vo aim Lnhwn ° said the Governor udhny War the preparations for your L g on the morrow I marvel Voa should waste time at bowls ir L niece Margaret or forget for jnent the Importance of tho occa 11spa Iwhen the lady who has come England to marry you Is already I...

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. — 31 May 1906

m < On a Transatlantic Liner By PHILIP VERRILL MGHELS Copyright by Joseph II Ilowlei On lie transatlantic liner there were two cabin passengers who wore neither seasick < nor lovesick anil as It tlila In Itself were not siilllclently remarkable Ailn wall beautiful clever and young while Solon was manly wholesome and wise Grown weary of her reading Ada glanced across the deck A man there leaned against the rail smoking She noted the back of his head and thought of a hay with whom on a time she had played at n gamo rn tilled Courtship Marriage nnd Di vorce The man who was Seton turned about Then sho saw that he was In vory fact that selfsniii boy ex panded and sandpapered off accord Ing to n plan of rlvlllatlon Their glances met He oscillated where ho was for a second and then came lolsurcly forward raising his cap In salutation + Why Its Selon Lowo Mr Lowe 1 who said I didnt even know you y wero aboard l No I came n llltlo nnoxpertidly ho confessed I took the trip to p avoid my...

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. — 31 May 1906

AGO WhI SPACE ItEsmtVED liS haolly tat tktj volt a mq dpi ltI aaa flg Consolidated esa apn Machine anj 1 bed h Company ale 4 ry be win le pail C been ode a ent1 deg Implement Dealers lo N1 FOR Utah and Idaho t to Be Ito at We also sell automobiles forms letnl4 HE RAMBLER istojj d J taut That runs every day tc Wsl tCWD reglsM PrletotJ bufliT n I Odell d I General Manager back d i leld tor Itfl hefa I SERMONS IN STONES re dthet ttlsts Testify to Mutual Sympa bald thy Existing Between Jewels Ids and Persons rlp ripe k don llence has come to tho foro to tes oomu that the belief that precious stones ha0k e a peculiar sympathy with human fatter and bearing thereon is no 1hmeat j superstition A professor of the Ohloii li conservatory of Arts and Crafts imei that the mutual attraction of peo land stones Is beyond dispute Be throws cold water on tho belief the r 1 sapphires can open prison doors At hat diamonds make bravo men In end ol erable But after three years ex 3 t mental observation h...

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. — 31 May 1906

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS UlSKKTV ANDREW irNSKN PUUMSHKU SUnsfIMPTION 1 Ono year IIKJ I r I 1AYAUUl IN AllVANCi IIVIHT ISj HAIRS Ditplny Ads per InHi one niontli SJOO I Joiiil Header oni1 Ustin per HUP 10c NOTICE IXAI NinVH ate nl IVJ I ljCi wnvH wulrome Make tho cirtlrKH uliurt ux Ill M t ImpoKNllilo to Imndlo Ian nrnrlw If you Imvon tnot lime to wrltn flail tip phone Local News GiiIWI3 A daughter win horn lo Mrs I Ed Munruliousu last Monday Attend grand ball at Pack Bras Pavilion tomorrow iiigbt I Samuel Cornaby lens returned from u weeks outing at Canlilla I Springs Jacob Robertson will go lo Sail Lake tomorrow to olio lIt nmlrrwlI I for his eyes I Stephen Djarnason has sold his place on tho bonch and will prob jddy move to Springvillc f Alfred Warthen nnd family will leave for tho While Rocks Agonoy a in Uintah county this week l Geo D Snoll jr will leave Sal urday for Payelle Idaho to look iiftor his bneinoss at that place I tl J Banks is i again able to bo 3 I up town after being...

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. — 7 June 1906

r r ftm k = THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 1 VOL v NO 21 SPANISH FORK UTAH rrHUUSDA Y JUNE 7 1900 Entered Feb Fork 11002 na seeondcliuu matter Post offlco at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Consrcaa March I 18m MuulwwuwwiwluwwwwMWliL Uuuuuulwiuuuuww CITY DRUG STORE UNO O BANKS Prop elegy PURE WAND1 erst DRUGS MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS mmrnTfTTmnmmmmnmrmnmmnmnmrnnmmmmnmmnmnml1 00 What the matter Q with IDAHO i I Thousands of acres of land have L beeu reclaimed to cultivation by Irrigation In that State during the past 10 years Thousands moro will lo reclaimed within tho next 10 years This moans an opening for many thousands ot homes I HAVE You INVESTIGATED IDAHO m ine ttl e It has been truthfully termed a Land of Opportunities Id up A Land of Homes Tho Oregon Short Line Railroad Co carr1 jrlll be pleased to lend aescrlptlve mat ter regarding Idahos resources Write k > U I E Burley G P A or D 8 Spen wr A G P A Salt Lake City Utah SAMUEL CORNABY NOTARY PUBLIC Mo...

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 June 1906

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS 5 ANDREW JrNHHK rnblUbr SPANISH FORK UTAH r VTAII STATE NEWS 1 A Commercial club has been formed nt Mount Pleasant Max Hayes was Injured by a cave In at tho Little Doll mine at Park City O Sinclair was run over by an au tomobile In Salt Lake City and Hcrl ously Injured The Sanpeto county teachers will hold their examinations In Krihralm Juno 7 8 and 9 Tho business men of lehl are put ting cement sidewalks In front of their places of business Lchl IB to have a modern candy fac tory tho flnanccH being furnished by leading capitalists of tho town Peter Stubbs who came to Utah In t 18C3 and has lived In Provo almost continuously since that time Is dead tit tho ago of 82 Grant Robinson tho young son of Mr and Mrs J K Robinson of Farm Ington wan Kicked by a horse nno severely Injured Four thousand extra lights are to bo r I used to decorate tho streets of Ogdon during tho United Commercial Trav dors < < convention James Gordon a convict accused ot Idlllng Pote...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 7 June 1906

1 AFTFra 1 ilrv UlSIANA d at a t BY ARY EVEREUX M MTH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DON C WiLSON Cyo + 3At J9G11 W G1Ykevtomgwv C4 AIglb Q rrcyJ 71Am 6tll CHAPTER XVIII Lafltto and Grelolro wore s Wben InI Into Napoleons cabinet and shored 1e 1l L formers eyes foil upon him ho Fid for so many years longed to see Is taI first sensation was that of pain Is 01 I Uil f The slender form was gone lost tea In the personality of tho stout middle lied man who lounging in a velvet ged noj Kshloned chair looked at Lafitto rroYJ Lrflesslycoldly as at an entire Owl tranger Ills appearance and attitude bore I Dm jrciolres remark that It was ul t Iraktt Lid the emperor was strangely In resets different to everything Every line mean 1 the listless face and relaxed form r Fft Indicated this cxsoldler approached and the ex totkil As owed low a faint smile lightened Na t Sea Aeons repellent expression and he I bl ad graciously Greloiro I am ite to d pleased to see you and to know that the I yoU have not forgotten ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 7 June 1906

J1Jb JiirIAWpAV c9 izl iN17Ud 1I11a11T lP lffJJ ffJ I Jny and jmiiil Paris IIIIH a now nan flnt Ion Wearied of great crimes and tnn j Bled 10111 kill plats till KORSljIH Of till French cnpltnl nre busy with tho mys tery conccrnlnK the Identity of the Man In the Alnnli Ihimlnoiiio mid titipaiunlly wealthy limo natural inference In to sot him down us n notoriety nocher lint this IH not enough for furls Who In he and why docs he fear tho recognition of the world No ono linn yet hell ahlo to sutlHfy tho 1urlBliuin on either of theso points Ills First Appearance Tho Man In tho Mask appeared first about two months ago Tall Hlcndcr a and graceful garbed In tho most nod inlt of oven Ini clothes ho appeared In tho fashionable Miitaon Dorec In tho Uonlevard dun Itnllons At first 6 glnnco there teemed nothing strange In Is appearance but on closer In fcpMtlon It was scon that drawn tight ly across tho upper part of Ills fnco land fitting the shape of his features y1 1 t i r The Man in tho Mask...

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 June 1906

Siro A l HOB ESS on r ACTIONS FOB NOVEL AND NG ENTERTAINMENTS I i Social Profitable A Pe T que1enny 1e hque Guessing ContestA lever Luncheon for the Girl Graduate Penny Social A wclety of a church de I i junior THE Ffhla method of raising some they wished to for a picture y They advertised the affair ate and posters nnd did con nd bills talking themselves so every p1e U consumed with curiosity to i auk1 wbat as those young things could Inn the night In question they I penny to get in as well a ° A S it took a r renn to get out There was pop Clow Itor a penn il glass It was n It on the spot by a street vender reanf was glallto 1 come for a small share relghtlu and then there was a hnooet e profits n9 4 popular candy table and there which wero retailed refreshments ppctt It penny worth N Ly tunes were told for a cent and 1 present past and future I continued to an indefinite length PEflry tie forthcoming cent These In Juniors had concocted many a IUS e to Inveigle the little red In ou...

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 June 1906

r ° i a IN CANDY BUSINESS 1i0 WASTE AS SCRAPS ARE AL WAYS MADE USE OF Seasoned Confections Considered the Best Maker of the Sweats Must Do nn Ar tist There is this tilmllnrlty between tile candy business and the Iron business tlio scrap Is not allowed to go to waste An observer who had an Idea that candy manufacturers must have to stand a lot of 1038 because candles get stale took the trouble to Investigate and learned that his Idea was wrong flays the Now York Sun Tho big cnndy makers ship to their agents throughout the country at stat ed Intervals usually of a week their standard confections and all not sold I at the rxpliatlon of the Interval arc returned to thu factory as scrap As i the candy Is mostly sugar and sugar Is as Indestructible as Iron It Is only a question for the candy maker of get ting the sugar value out at tha scrap It li ImmnHlhlo to work over the candy In Its original form but It can bo used In many ways For example the chief use to which stale chocolates arc p...

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 June 1906

= r1l lNrVl1STIGATING El of hand cream sop use e PR is very rapidly grow rs farmers who milk rnong t1 for profit Dairy men tho cream to purchase r relieved of tho work of e4 o t ling and it is much more the farmer to do tablo for separating for he cb n own ad OO tho skim milk on which in addi jn raise his calves el r n o which be saves the haul f his milk which alone it ge us in many cases to the required to pod lily payments 1J I rrtt separator llie II cream ° d lime to separate the cream ro the milk is while it is 1 la and warm The cream g ntes easier and a greater to ntago is obtained and tho 0 nqy milk is left sweet and tbe to be fed to the calves I I at e U S Cream Separator by the Consolidated Wag Ibh Machine Company has taba st capacity skims the ha est works the easiest and the longest Agents 1hc1c t un DERS OF NEXT CENTURY Umints Which Will Do Away r y th Much Trouble of the renaq Insert Generation be s e i bath of the next century as It Baron Russell In his book A a l red ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 7 June 1906

l n THE SPANISH FOHK PRESS WKfcKIY rr ANUHKW JUNSlN ItJIIMHIIKR 1 SUJl8CHrIJ10N deti scar ttrA IAYApM IN IIVANm w r VRIUIIMI IIA filII Iisp1ny Ads per Inch one month 100 Local KcudiTi one issuo per Clue tOe I t tOPAtj Are nl NOTICE I ayx wolcomii Make I the uncles short an It In I Impossible I to Fondle lotiK articles If you lmon rot tltno to write cull up phono IK Local News A son was born to Sirs Daniol Gull yesterday Miss Emma Monk is visitig with friends in Zion Quito u cold winter wo are hav ing just at present Full lino oC new ueek ties just r in nt Y M Coop s A son was born to Mrs James Arthur Jarvis last Saturday ten pounds Marinna Larson has been em ployed at the i M Coop aa night watch Itft high time to continence work on a rousing Fourth l of July Celebration i bration Joo Wood loft for Eureka Ne I vada this morning to take charge of a saloon at that place Work > wns commenced on the 1 now Press building this morning two blocks north of the postodico I Mrs Keiia Alarkl...

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 June 1906

4 1 i 1 THE SPANISH FORK PRESS NO 22 V VOL SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JUNE 14 1000 Entered Pork IOtrth socondcliuw mattnr Pont oflloa Actao statnroh Po Contttro 4 at epnnlsh Fork Utah Act of Congress March Z wn uuuuuuuutlikttrwuulluuuuu u IUoLIIWWJ1W WWUWWUWW1W1 W I CITY DRUG STORE JtMO J BANKS Prop PURE HBii AND j s j s t DRUGS Jp MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS mnmmTTfTmnmnmnnrrmmnmmmnmmnmnmnm i hats the matter it th IDAHO a r Thousands of acres of land have beeu reclaimed to cultivation by Irrigation In that State during the past 10 years Thousands more will be reclaimed within the next 10 years This moans an opening for many thousands of homos es m You INVESTIGATED IDAHO It has been truthfully termed a Land of Opportunities Land of Homes It mo The Oregon Short Line Railroad Co Ichine U 1 ba pleased to send descriptive mat rezardliiz Idahos resources Write D Ellurloy G rA or D 8 Spen > Salt Lake Utah a A G P A City SAMUEL CORNABY on NOTARY PUBLIC ...

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 June 1906

a THE SPANISH PORK PRESS AMlltlrty JIINHKN 1ulilUlnr I SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE I NEWS Tho HngloH l have Instituted a lodge nt Mount Ilfittmnl with over filly charter incinlierti t Tlio town of Sandy will celebrate tho Koiiilh of Inly a good program being li pro mratIon The pnrndo In Ogden nl thu meeting of the Commercial Travelers was tliu largest In tin history of tho city Heavy rains and hall hiivu caused considerably damage to small frultn and vegetables In tho Cache valley Two Japanese Inborerw wore run over by a handcar near Ogden ono being killed and thu other badly In jured A coroners jury has decided that tho death of Joseph Wood whoso body was found In Ogden canyon was from natural causes Albert Anderson aged H8 Is bend from Injuries Himtalncd by falling from a wagon In Salt Lake City his skull being fractured I After a work of half a century nn su perintendent of Presbyterian mIssions In Utnh tho Hov Dr WlHhnrd has re signed and goes to the Pacific coast President Roo...

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. — 14 June 1906

AFITTB D UISIANA BY MJARY VEREUX WITH ILLUSTRATIONS Of OOh C WILSON t IYQ2 tittbBr 61fI017 Ctjf Pis fftjmnfl CHAPTER XIX nfnre the week had ended tho lack 1etrcl filled her sells for Bar irla with Qrelolros parting words advice repeating themselves In La les cars Wind up our affairs In Louisiana ami and do as tho emperor do on rtsreturn to France and assume l own name and rank Jur to back to Louisiana ho sailed with S mind In a turmoil that gao un flted austerity to his manner and red his crew Into much speculation lbe fever of his first Impulse hav abated lio began to upbraid g noW left Pierre and oielf f ° r having ondcrcd If an > thing evil might have fallen his fosterbrother Day by the Black Petrel drew nearer a as Baratarla he kept himself busy by nerilng as to what If any changes odd lie found there and as to what rocress the war had made Louisiana and especially New Or MTj s oust In his Judgment bo des a ned to bear a share In tho conflict Irew t len though this might not ...

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. — 14 June 1906

I SftfS PACKING G HOUSES ARE VERY DIRTY PlACES Commissioner Nell Stick to His Re port When Examined Iiy House Committee on Agriculture t Washington The house committee on agriculture continued Its hearing on the NolllHoynoldB meAt Inspection report on Thursday Thomas K Wil son mnnngcr for Nelson Morris Co and representing tho largo Chicago packing houses continued his remarks on tho Ueverldge nmcndtncnt provid ing for meat Inspection Aside from the objections he had previously pointed out Mr Wilson said the only other serious objection was tho provision placing the cost ol Inspection on the packers Mr Neill was put on the stand and he related a parting Interview with Mr Dyson consulting voturanarlan In 1 Chicago representing tho packers Mr 1 Dyson ho said had suggested thai Nelll and Hoynolils go to Washington i make no report but Inform tho puck ers of tho conditions found and sug gostlotiH for remedies then to wall thirty days and como back and sea II conditions had not been bette...

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