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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 6 December 1906

OF A BACHELOR 1 ELECTIONS fh8 tabasco sauce for lave IB Jeal 1 i The morn a man behaves In I girls L sisters ho has ach n Ie fewer 11 I girl likes a man to ho so bill he Ht her up to kiss her to u IlI CI lost of the trouble with having pey Is that you havent nioro ghea the cook doesnt glvo notice r Write t II a sign that she has already gone Ono of the hardest things Is to be love you are as gopd as you pretend o your family you are In winter a loan grumbles because to cant go fishing and In summer be cause thero Is no sleighing When a man pays ten dollars to go to a dinner and hear political I speeches ho thinks ho Is In public life Qlrls are so contrary that generally when they have mischief In their eye they have goodness In their heart UUuIWnuf11WUnWIWIUMWUWUllUn WWlUUIWWnWWWU CITY DRUG STORE I JMO J BANKS Props tell 05f PURE AND inn S s s DRUGS MEDICINES i PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS TrimrmmmnnmrnnnnniTrimtnmmnlnrrnnnmrrmnmrntmnnminnrj S I hats the matte...

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. — 6 December 1906

I I GAINED 34 POUNDS Persistent Aneomln Cured by Dr Williams Pink Pllla Aftor Other Remedies Had Failed I When I began taking Dr Willlnms1 Pink Pills Bays Mrs Nnthiuiiol Field of St AlbntiR Somerset county Maine 1I was tlio palest most bloodless person you could ininghio My tonguo nod gums wore colorless and my lingers auld oars wero liko wax I Imd two doctors and pronounced my troublonmcmln Iliad spells of vomiting could not eat in fact did not diuo to I had such dis tress after eating My Motmich waH tilled with gas which caused mo awful agony Tho bnckncho I suffered was nt times almost nuhcarnbluand Iho least exertion motto jny hcnrt hfit HO fast that I could < hardly brcnllio But the worst of nil was k tho splitting neuralgia htsndncho which never left mo for hovoii weeks About this I timo I hud had several numb spells My limbs would ho cold nnd without nyy feeling and the most deathly Miisatioiii would como over run Nothing had helped mo until I began j taking Dr WilliamsPink...

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. — 6 December 1906

mtln IS MASTfn L er1t0 alb ° tb41 of Of f CUBAN SITUATION ttrtke tton Announcement Made That Seats n Jqn L Members of Congress Elected ant In 1905 Are to Be De and a clared Vacant e lift clfanRDr a decree to be issued s under specific authority of tho II Pol dent of tho United States the mta F of members of the Cuban con Cltt j elected In 1905 will be declared 13P lot 111 l Is was the announcement by 439 ernor Mogoon on Sunday to laho a jtyfive senators and members of toy K house of representatives whom ho 1III1It 1 Invited to attend a conference in palace After reviewing all the ke ft Cli a i 7 developed by the peace commls sent to Cuba by President Roose In response to President lamas < al for Intervention Governor Ma I j called the attention of the mem ga611 to tho fact that the dotermlna bead aas to the status of the congress Ici I been reserved by the peace com iber fi ti sslon for consideration at Washing nn de Ho then communicated to them alai final determination of Presid...

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. — 6 December 1906

> CHO CANYON PROPERTIES ARE LOOKING UPI I Finn the Hliyollto Herald I A big surface showing IIHH been undo on the property of the Kcho Gilt IMgo company In a livefoot hole n I ttelge which was only a few Inches wldn at tho surface him widened to IS I lncliCH yielding assays an high IIB 070 Other good showings have been l made with very little work accomp lished lint the company Is well Utihfiud la evidenced bj the following loiter received bj diet Uavltl from the president Your favors al hand Our price for lieasury stock ls iGc per share Oui Individual Htoclt cannot lie had 1 for loss thiui GOc per share and not any amount of that The rep < irl of the physical conditions of the Kcho just received f its to values etc convinced us that wo have made the strike of the year 1ienltlent Mackoy or myself possibly both will ho In soon to arrange for from lilt to 200 feet of sinking on the t propei ty Wo delay tho matter only hoping to save 1 to 2 a foot when + the wagon road Is complet...

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. — 13 December 1906

ttlcbnrtt Tllttunu 1i c l THE SPANISH FORK PRESS s = = = t lEEK VOL V NO 48 SPANISH FORK UTAH THrRtfTAY DECEMBER 13 lOU at entered Spanish Feb211902 Fork Utah na Bocondclaiw Act of Congress matter March io omc 11118 they are U uwwUWWwuwUWWW wwuuuiwuwui wuiuwiuim before CITY DRUG STORE ONO U BANKS Prop ares rs s PURE g AND = = = LU DRUGS JEP MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS N rlRrnnnfrrnmrnnmrnnnlmlrmlmYnrrmmnnnlfnemnnrmTmnrmntmrrnv wv I ATE Whats the mailer i 1 Dance with IDAHO I = Thousands of acres of land have beau reclaimed to cultivation IJ > y irrigation In that State during the past 10 year Thousands more will hu reclaimed within tho next llQnrn This moans an opening fr nit > f thousands of lirnies r DIVE You iNVcsnaATFb IDttHOl JOlt has been truthfully termed a I Land of Opportunities ek noil A Land of Homes iraplete Tho Oregon Short Line Railroad Co I other trill bo pleased to send aescrlptivo mat Va ter regarding Idahos resources Write ar...

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. — 13 December 1906

I r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDRUW JENSEN Publisher 1 I SPANISH FORK UTAH J1 UTAH STATE NEWS I Thcro arc thirteen canning Institu tions In and adjacent to Ogden It Is announced that tho Salt Lako route Is contemplating building a spur to Grantsvlllo from tho main lino Representative Howell Introduced two public building bills lust week For Brigham City 50000 for Park City 50000 y The biennial convention of the united Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America will convene In Salt Lake City In September 1908 At Elalnoro 5000 I tons of beets aro stored by tho track awaiting shipment nnd at Moroni hero aro 2500 more tons awaiting cars to haul thoiu to Loll Pneumonia Is again appearing In Park City and as IH usual In such hIgh aUitudcn It Is Borlous Guy x m Tracey a native of Idaho Is the first victim i Utah canning companies are Invad ing the Nevada Holds with their prod nets at a rato that means that the e market will secure control of that region Tho beet tonnage for the Lehl su...

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. — 13 December 1906

ny la8e aldrbu on JOAN m TIm ongrlSl OUbtEd BI 5RCROCKETTAl JorafmJRak H r b J band Copyright 1838 1900 by S H Crockett CHAPTER XVI n Cub I I case In Borne on the Great Wave It chanced that In the chamber from which Werner von Orseln had terror come so swiftly at the cry of tho Varsaw Wordless Man Boris and Jorlan after death sleeping through the disturbances In Iron above them and the first hurst of tho storm were waked by tho blowing n re the wind reached open of the lattice as ve ref Boris who ed Its height It was tall firs majlo his way to the window Dalt The lattice hung by one leathern II COm thong The other had been torn away and Imlred It was a wonder that the o men blown whole framework had not been red bodily Into tho room For the tem lh the pest pressed against It straight from or the the north and the sticky spray from orpedo the waves which broke on tho shingle eel ot drove stingingly Into the eyes of the manatarms as he looked out Noveitheloss he thrust his head out 1 ...

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. — 13 December 1906

1 Y IN POLICE COURT ItiRtlcc of tlio Penco James 10 I Hull i of Sprlngvlllo Bat au Juslifo of the Pence pro loin In Justice Frosts I court Tuesday and Wednesday of this I t L week Ho tried two cases City ngalnst Henry Cornaby mid City against Thomas Wnrnor The de I fendants In both cases wore charged with Bulling liquor to minors A serl II otm condition confronts tho people of this city on the question of tho alo k of liquor to minors and the citizens took great Interest In the cases 11 largo crowd being present nt tho 11 trials Tho Conmhy caso was tried first and tho jury cotiHlHted of tho fol II + lowing citizens Charles Monk C It i I l Larson Jacob Robertson and Fred J Dart This Jury turned Cornnby loose The jury In tho Warner case was Jo seph Brockbank Walter hooch An drew Nlclson and Newel Monk Wnr ncr was convicted and Justice Hnll clued him 50 or fifty days In the jail Tho people generally are expressing great disappointment at the outcome of tho Cornaby case because tho gen ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 December 1906

HER LUMINOUS HOUR l BY NELLIE CRAVEY CILLMORE 1 1 11I I IT 1 0 n T ° o6u1116u 1Iftjiflnh Jlf I f 1 W 1 1 I f itf > nard was distinctly moody The Men and rather selfsiirptlslng coll ision that his wife had ceased to > e for him scented to have tiling m Into the depths of gloom lie had I to t jrrled home with tickets for thu era meaning to give Juliet hot nil annual outing by wuj of sqtmr I f accounts with his conscience And iea he found her gone a quick feel f of resentment began to manifest I elf In the gull Hush that vase to his I ecks the ugly flush of his eyes and a tight thin lips Mavnutd forgot to remember at this net tire that his evenings nt home I ere few and far between his alien ins to his wlfo fewer and faither d that both bad grad ually ncquliod e custom of finding their own sop ate pleasures or divot stons For some time he stood with his bow on the mantel l shelf staling at e floor with angry Intent eyes resentlj he drew forth the tickets contempluled them grimly ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 13 December 1906

r n LIMB RAW AS PIECE OF BEEF Suffered for Three Years with Itching HumorCruiser Newark U 8 N Man Cured by Cutlcura I nufTereil with humor for about thre0 years oft and on I finally saw u doctor mill ho gave ino remedies that did too no good so I tiled t Cutlcuri 1 when my limb below the linen to mho anlilo was as raw ns n piece of beef All I used was the Gill 1clIrli Soup find < hc Ointment I bathed with Cutleura Hoop every day and used about six or seven boxes of Cut mum Ointment J was thorough cmed of the humor In tjirco weeks and havent been af t fivted with It shirr I line no other Hoii limn Cntlcuru now H J Myerw V 9 N It S S Nonuk New York Julj 8 100 Scheme Worked Out Badly I Congressman Sulrer represents a densely populated district on the Hast slilo of Now York city It oceiinod to I him home months ago thai though ii ore tiro no guldens In mils district I HOUR of hit oiiBtltiHiits might grow I ilantH In boxes placed on window RlllH or fill CHCilptH hO lie hflil an ilK Ho...

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. — 13 December 1906

I I THE I pI BEST + 1mdu 1 TEA GROWN cetli has Bray ie use le and TRY le lase IT Idei a tte ism out t BUY ROM asillo YOUR GROCER t Tt nsclou merle nd lc AWFUL COST OF WARFARE I Innln the 01 man Lives and Treasure Expended I 5 hope on the Battlefield a ve gull In the socalled glorious victories roShor i Caesar a million men perished on e field of battle Napoleon in the house ort space of nine years was author Is use i ed to devote to the glory of France on th 03000 of her sons In tho ten years Web flowing tho attack on Fort Somter s eve e world destroyed In war 1400000 ot thl reS and six billion dollars worth ol eft th Twothlrdu of the perty combined ward I jjget of tho various states of Eu Wards pa are devoted to tho maintenance had I armed forces and to the service of debt practically tho whole of which PRIB a Incurred by wars War expenses iJaf Europo absorb onehalf of all the hat I ilth created by productive labor the comparatively Insignificant wars England with the Boers England...

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. — 13 December 1906

J I ar r The Modesty of Women Naturally makes them Mirlnl from the Indelicate questions tin nlinnxiims ox iimlimtlon + and unpleasant local treat 1 ments h fell MJim phjsirliiiK rnnstder ottnuUal In the trciitmeiil of dlteiiwa of women Yot It help ian lie had It Is hotter to unbuilt to this ordral than lot the tllseaao grow mill spread Tim Ironliln Is that fio often the woman underKocs all tho annoyance mid dintae fur nothing I ThousiimN of women who litmt been I cured by Dr Plnrcn s 1avorlte Pnvierlp i tlon write In appreciation of the euro which lihjiKiises with th examinations and local treatment There Is no other mcdlrlnn so infu and Mifo for dedicate women us 0 Favorite Prescription It cures debilitating drains Irreinilnrlt and i female weakness It alwajn help + It ulmtHl always cure It III I strlctlj non alcoholic nun secret all its Ingredients bob ng printed on It + I > ollle rapper con allay no deleterious or luihitforniliiK drugs and every natle medicinal root entering I...

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. — 20 December 1906

y t 1 i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS = = = PV VOL V NO 40 SPANISH FORK UTAH THlTKSDAVf = DEOEMBEU O 1000 at Entered Spanish Keb Fork 21 102 = Utah OR eecondclaar Act of Congros matter March Post I omoe 1S7 PRt = t hey ar pore = tS T ilj r 1 l f V 0 ATE n t nanc I s p fr 17 e I r vh I r r y + t r Our Mighty Commercial Aimi JO t0 6 1 r has been extended to the Furniture Center of the cknort 7 t United States and we are now better prepared to t oilier i i supply your wants in Furniture Carpets Rugsetc ET = than before tiT Ye are ever 1 = i notice S t 1rnT it 1 s + Fork r When buying an article for d r your own use you are influenced by such considerations as How res ff HT 1JfITCY long will it last mehat t service I FREE MUSIC f will it give me I 11 f J Why shouldnt you reason the I b ayes hind same way when planning the an d IIIJ purchase of holiday gifts 1 show SONS w HV h fff 1 f r v ing the same thoughtfulness and IP CARPETS RUGS ART SQUARES LENOLEuft consideration for relatives tafne you...

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. — 20 December 1906

< THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDRiW JBNSEM Publisher SPANISH rORK UTAH i UTAH STATE NEWS I A carload of holly from Delaware was received In Salt Lake last week and was disposed of to local dealers Rlchflolds building boom scorns to grow dally A now opera house to cost 20000 Is now being promoted Tho Southern Pacific has ordered constructed rolling stock which will cost In the neighborhood of 0000000 Salt Lake City Is In the grip of a coal famine and much suffering may result If the weather should turn coldA A number of tho young men of t t Grantsvlllo got together recently and pent a day chopping wood for tho poor r The 20 months old child of John Van I Woerkom ot Ogden fell Into a tub of i boiling water and was scalded to death A determined effort is being made to suppress gambling In Ogden Seven i I teen men were arrested ono night last week for gambling Elaborate preparations are being made for a Christmas dinner to bo given the Salt Lake newsboys by Samuel Nuwhousc The last share...

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. — 20 December 1906

r a m NIN nptny h o to date lon idaho K j j 1886 a JjI et ae m otl ALONE AT CHRISTMASTIME om Hlko t once 1 By S BARINGGOULD lore I In alga I ids ol sot p i t Is there can there ben man more group lonely than one returned frm a fqr Ink In Country who has been out of his home the land for 20 years and comes back north 01 hIs dead his then parents are old and they friends dispersed and the old nest rk In the pas passed to other occupants And tan his loneliness be more emphasized nng men than when his return syncronlzes with Interest Christmas That was ruy condition when Ire k company tlsltcd tho mother country With a Horse beating heart and straining oyes I had looked for the first sight of dear old s opera America after having left it as a lad Springs iardly a man some 20 years ago I for the I was backnot to homoI had no tome now My heart began to fall on of ad me my spirits decline when I reached the little country town near which I ling com bad been born and whero I hart Heeled ft h...

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. — 20 December 1906

h I The Badge of Honesty 4 i Is on every wrnppor uf Doctor Pierce flotdon Medical < IIry because u full I list of tho Ingredients romiKwIng It le l printed there In plain English Forty years of experience hat proven Its I superior worth as a Wood purlllcr and Invigorat ing tonic for tho euro of stomach disorders and all liver Ills It builds up tho rundown down system us no other tonic can In i t which alcohol Is used Tho active medic i inal principles of imtlvo roots such all Goldon Heal and Queens root Stono and I Mandrake root Bloodroot and Black Chrrrybark wn pxtrapted and preserved i by tho use of chemically pure trlplo I refined glycerine Send to Dr It V Plervo at Buffalo N V for free booklet which i quotes extracts from well recognlred med ical authorities such ns Irs llartholow Jtlng Scuddcr Coe Elllngwood and a Mt ff others showing that theM roots j cnn be depended upon for their curative I ictlon In all weak states of the stomach r accompanied by Indigestion or dyspepsia...

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. — 20 December 1906

Ii r LCn HER HIGHNESS it Cit The Story of a Christmas Peacemaker By A M CONSTANTINE wriU i Her Highness jumped oft tho piano tool and ran to him eagerly You arc very late sir knight she d reprovingly Oh twothree OUTS late d Fate Is the offender Your High J ness the young fellow replied with a 1St imprecating wave of his arm My train was delayed two hours and in the accident several people were tilled So Im fortunate to be here at ill ill0h I Ohl murmured the child ° Hutt i trust your hlKhntws Is In good ttHh ho added with grave cour tesy and all your royal brothers and her majesty the queen I Then he kissed the outstretched lit tle fingers with great dignity and laid small package In one palm and a landfill of bonbons In the other And then he wished Her Highness a very merry Christmas and again added his courteous felicitations for all the royal relatives oher Highness cooed delightedly and i see you any more over andandsho wont see you any more No But I want you to she faltered Cau...

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. — 20 December 1906

THE PRESIDENTS I SPECIAL MESSAGE ON PANAMA CANAl I I G ivos Results of His Obser I vations While on Tour of I Inspection to Congress I I THE WORK IS BEING PUSHED Perfection of Sanitary Conditions in Canal Zone Has Taken Much Time He Found Out Little Ground for Com plaints and Refutes Statements of Critics Calls Some Writers Slan derers and Liars Approves of Type and Route of Canal I The following Is t tho tit of President non elllt9 epvciul IIIUHHIKO to congress on tho Hiibjecl of tin Iamumi cannl T tho Seimta and Holme uC llfprcpcntn tvs In the innntli of November I vlxltcd the iBthnuifl ot Panama ROIIB over thl Cnnnl Zon with considerable euro and also VIMtiil tIns cltlcn of Panama and Colon which uro not In tho zone or under the United HtalrH lint but us to which the Unltid States government through Its ngnntH oxticlscs control for certain sanitary purposes I choso the month of November for tny visit partly bociiUHO It IH tho raluext month party year the month In which the work I...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 20 December 1906

Train the Voice jlemember that a good voice Is as nscntlal to selfpossession as good a Ideas aro essential to fluent language The voice should be carefully trained ind developed A full clear flexible thi rondo Is ono of ho surPst Indications flit rf good breeding nth The Korean Heirloom 0 noun lilt The heirloom of greatest import nee in the Korean family is tho hat Inbel < < from the hair of the letall ifs made family pcestor and Is handed down from I view Ton lther to son PIONEER IN FLASH SIGNALS to bf WneJ Nature Has Provided Antelope With II And the Apparatus 1 s set If the Another remarkable detail of the an 1 had Dopes anatomy Is the white area one elop ch buttock Although It Ich seems at se Is arst Me tho rest of his spots a mere as i In patch of white coat It Is found to be I The ipeclallzod for an Important service It Is composed of hair graded from ibort In the center to long at the front edges Under tho skin of the part Is I circular muscle by means of which the hair...

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. — 20 December 1906

= L JOTS r Head the locals on pigo 4 I 0 Coil oil 20c per gallon H lrllROI1t1 Iptmy Stole A son was horn to Mrs ntios An Uil I < J Mon Dec 1C Mrs Susan Ilojack slipped full full i yesttenhvy mid broke her wrist 0 Mrs C W both Is Improving ruin I in attach of nervousness ntul stomach I I trouble 11 i I Friedman Shoes miiko the best p Il Xmun presents ttlrlkssons Penny Store II Those wishing rugs made nt llossto I Ikrks must have tholr orders III be fore Christum I John Thomas took his llttli gill to Salt Inke last Monday to have her frtMted for Hplnal disease o lxHt Five koyrf on n ring and oltnln nutl safety pin attached Kind ly return same to Fred Dart I I WlHImii I I ChrlHtungcn 0 nnil family are down from HIacUfoot Idaho vIsiting III I l relatives for a couple of months They I Ire i Ilacl to niett old friends k I j Horn Dec 12 to Mr and Mr Sam Prater ut iatii moth Utah a dtiiiKh I tor Thu liabu HvliiK only Hlxteon I tiotins was brought to Spanish Fork > a Friday for hinlal ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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