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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 27 December 1906

> C T01cp1iotto e te DCt lr lrIf whIt t t THE SPANISH FORK P ESS = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = re lte VOL V NO 50 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 27 1000 at Entered Spanish I Feb o lklmI ns secondclam Act of Congress mutter Moron Post a omc 1ST UUlUUUWWUUWIUUUUUUUUUUIW U1LtLUUwwuuuUUUUu CITY DRUG STORE S UNO J BANKS Prop 01 i PURE eANDs11 j j j i DRUGS Wm MEDICINES Ca PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS I minHiiiininnninimn tnnimmin nnnnnnnnnnimnm MiinninnnnnTr Whats the matter 9 with IDAHO I tw ISJ Thousands of acres of land have j beou reclaimed to cultivation by J Irrigation In that State during I the past 10 years Thousand 1 more will be reclaimed within 1 the next 10 years This moans an opening for many thousands of homes I ort HAY You INVESTIOATKD IDAHO T dl It has been truthfully termed a ler Land of Opportunities Ire A Land of Homes Cl Th Oregon Short Line Railroad Co n be pleased to srndaesorlptlre mat ter regarding iabo resources Write to D E Burley ...

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. — 27 December 1906

r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS li ANDREW JENSEN Publisher II 1 SPANISH FORK UTAH I r r UTAH STATE NEWS II IItI Sandy Is to have a state bank with I a capitalization of 10000 1 Work on tho new Presbyterian I church at Green river wait begun last i I week Salt Lake City has consumed 201 I I G33 tons of coal during thu year while In 1105 the consumption was LMJUD tuns j Several new buildings are In course of construction at Green river but work Is delayed by the lack of build ing material Last year the production of coal from Utah mines amounted to 1002 C28 ton and this year tho production I was 183U219 John Plgnon a brick mason 71 years of ago was run over by a train while going to his work In Ogden mid instantly killed Tho Abram Canal companys tract of 12000 acres of Irrigated land In Mlllard county lu I to bo put on the market for settlement Policeman Loggle of Park City was badly beaten up In a roughhouse mixup with a drunken man whom ho had attempted to arrest The coal shortage which th...

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. — 27 December 1906

IDIJr Iffithtr nf iliuur tu Ailtrr ira By CHARLES CAMILLE SAINTSAENS Crest Trench MuilcUn Let ino say at the outset that I aril unconscious of geographical political or even racial divisions in music Berlin from whence I have just come is the t same to me professionally as New York In arrang t ing my programmes and in playing or conducting them I forget whether I am in Chicago or London in I Boston or Vienna in my native Paris or Egyptian t Cairo My acquaintance with American music as such is too limited to permit even generalizations on the subject Obviously you have here all the elements which make for greatness in this as in other arts What could possibly be safer than to predict great things even the i greatest for the American music of the future The young American musician of original talent will doubtless learn to understand that a tree or a flower really flourishes only in its native soil Probably his greatest difficulty today is the fight for independ ence to rid himself of...

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. — 27 December 1906

i BILL JOHNSON AND THE SUGAR FACTOR PUMP Tho other day I was over to the sugar factory to give our Will a day oft and otherwise celebrate Christ t mas day but oh that was the longest c I Danish day I ever put In In my lift I but as good luck would have It quit I ting time came before I really died t When reporting there In the early morning Will Gardner the real boss I I looked me over and concluded that I couldnt run Wills Job but sent mo to run what thoy call It in the Patent office of Washington Joe Pats julco pump and I learned more that day than I had to home for the last fort night Well sir that IB just about the funniest piece of machinery I over saw In my life It has got a seven foot handle and a capacity of a pint and a half to tho minute and other wise all wrapped up In old balling wire I should like to HOC tho In Hide of that Invention some day V Before I started to operate It Gard ner told me to bo very careful and I bo sure to screw her down tight ev i ery time I quit p...

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. — 27 December 1906

n n n At the Mercy of Saunders 11 I f By Mrs G M L Brown h it Copyright 190 by Joseph H Bowles I t Harrison Saunders booked passago 1 I In tho Maid of Staten Island with a double purpose Ho needed a change of air so the doctor said and he re It quired fresh material for his newspa 16 per and magazine articles Doth needs 10 could bo mot and his slender means I I i8 accommodated by a voyage In a sail ing vessel and ho promptly closed 12 with Capt Flndlays terms io When ho first appeared tho captain iO was ashore but tho first mate who 12 took charge of his baggage marveled J6 greatly 19 Whats all this he asked point Ing to sundry sacks and boxes I9 Oh thats a little stock of groceries 19 Ive laid In answered Saundors to b 1 supplement tho ships supplies 17 Mostly fresh fruit and canned goods lt What weve got aint good enough 16 for you I suppose growled the mate iO who was not favorably disposed to I ward tho newcomer h Now thats more like tho thing 10 ho exclaimed In mollified tones ...

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. — 27 December 1906

h ° rv 17argdZ Ull TUB N NrWV NEWVEAROUANCES r III W A 5P1Ul I VILLAGE e I I I f 1 Qq s i r j 0 II t It > I tU 1Sll LNIIDREN t rN NiwYeAae dt 61FUR I4 7 1 y + iIOAIEMpN ui J I When pigtails and school wero her Ii fashion Penelope was always awak sued from Indolence by the possession of a now textbook its resplendent cover > its crisp clean pages tho In centives to an ambition that tho dis carded old yolumo could never havo wiled forth I In just such manner tho Great I I Teacher stimulates tho grownup Penelope to now thought now pur i POHO now endeavor by again and i again placing a bran new year In her caner hands The newyear Idea is almost as old and universal as the Instinct of 1m mortality but the first of January has iot always been tho starting point forp > the procession of months and even pow by no means tho whole world follws the Gregorian calendar Ir I TIll ancient Egyptians Phoenicians anti Persians began their year on Sop t tomboy 22 the Greeks of Solons tlmo t 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. — 27 December 1906

I LUMBAGO SCI TIC 6 I ST I l JACOBS I lOlL s h Penetrates to the Spot Right on tOt 1C dot Price 23c nnd 50c N JC7rro7rrrorcfrCf Searrtn of Mature Age Lord Charles Beresford who hai Ijust1 been given tho highest sea com mand In the British navy with the rank of admiral Is In his sixtyfirst rear Admiral Bosanquet who relln m Bquisbes tho particular service squad Iron Is C3 or a year older than any rlor American officer on tho active list nt The new commander of the Mediter ranean station Sir Charles Drury is 17 Vice Admiral CurzonIIowe the ten ow head of tho Atlantic fleet Is 5G ho chief of the new homo fleet Hear lono Admiral Bridgman who Is 08 did not I wire each his present rank until ho was tho Ii5 Prince Louis of Battcnberg sec I Ind In command of tho Mediterranean liquadron Is 52 Farragut was GO I I tears of age before ho obtained flag ink and 61 when ho fought his great I St battle The American Adder 10 A fullgrown adder may measure I ST ro feet In length nnd about six Inches j...

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. — 27 December 1906

l t r Of Interest To Women Tisuch women ng am not forloiisly out i of luiiltli but who have inactliig duties to perform nlther In tin way of house l hold cares or In social duties nnd fune MODS which serloiml tax their strength us well fit to nursing mnthora Ur Plercoa Favorite Prescription tins proud a most i vuliiitblo supporting tonic and Invigorat + I ing nervine lljr Its timely use much seders Mcknusfi nnd sulftrlng may bo ivnldnd Tim operating table and tho J Hurseon knlfo would It Is bcllovcd mldoin have to bo employed If this most Vtiluahlo womrtns remedy wero re ort < d 1 to In Rood tlnio Tho Favorite Proscrip tion has proven a great IMKIII to expectant mother by preparing thu system for thu coming of baby thereby rowlerlng child I birth safiv oasy nnd almost pnliilos Hour In mind please that Dr Plcrcos fTavorlto Proscription Is not u secret or piitonl medlilne nsiilnst which tho most intelligent proplo are quite naturally avers I beonii o of tho uncertainty us to tholr ...

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. — 3 January 1907

v L s t i L i THESPANISHFORK r PRESS l fc n r T J T = = = = = j t i = = = 4 ti1 VOL V NO 51 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 3 3f 1907 Entered Feb 21 1902 aa eecondclas matter 1oat oIDc at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Congrcau llnrcn I Itn 111i11 l 1 i CWUWWUJWWUlWWWUUUUWJ1WWU1WWUUWU1UillUUllUUiWtw J1J1 CITY DRUG STORE hl1r1if UNO J BANKS Prop lj fr y l PURE AND it s s s t IIII DRUGS D MEDICINES F I lli PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS mlr II nmmmmTmm1TmmTTmnmmnmmmnII III I1 I la I ali IIJ IJ t fl Whats the matter A 11in lr I with IDAHO S 1 Jr Jj li I IIIf iiJI Thousands of acres of land have liii beeu reclaimed to cultivation by 11 + Irrigation In that State during ITflJfl the past 10 years Thousand Iltlllt moro will bf reclaimed within 1ljh the next 10 years this moans IIlilt an opening for many thousands 11r1 of home lillf Wfi i I BAVE You INVESTIOATKD IDAHO = fJlb It has been truthfully termed a I f r Ir Land of Opportunities fit A Land of Homes III i The Oregon...

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. — 3 January 1907

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher Il SPANISH FORK UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS Tho poultry products of Utah amount to about 91500000 a year The total assessed valuation of Salt Lake county for tho year 1906 was 51111129 K v Tho Salt Lao newsboys had a big treat In tho form of a Chilstmas din ner given by Samuel Nowhouso Two trains collided nt Park City and were smashed to kindling wood but fortunately no one was hurt Utah mines paid 5150190 in div idends during tho year just closed a r gain over tho previous year of 927 I 490 There woro 1683 births In Salt Lake during tho first cloven months of 1900 of which 875 woro male and 808 wero females During tho year 1900 tho mines of Utah produced 1008068297 worth of precious metals an Increase of 10 89561576 over the previous year Judge Diehl of the Salt Lake po lice court handed down an opinion last week permitting slot machines which pay In trade only to bo operated 1 c Myron Eardloy son of James W Eardley formerly of Salt Lake Ci...

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. — 3 January 1907

r V H I 19OO 1 AIR1tJEW 11I i oidr 111S1ORYO1jhj 4 n I J 1 2 CUBAN REVOLUTION Aug Uprising of Insurgents In west ern Cuba 23IlovolUtlo n spreads and gov ernment decides to raise 10000 men to tight rebels 7000 Insurgents under I arms In Plnar del i Rio province 24 Heavy lighting J I In Plnar del Illo t r province 20 Band of 100 In I i surgents loot Las I Lajas Santa Clara province Government of fers amnesty and I many leaders In Provinces of Ma tanzas and Santa Secretary Taft Clara surrender Sep 10 Cruiser Des Moines sails for Cuba IS Sailors land from Cruiser Denver at N Havana but Immediately ordered to re turn to vessel guard for American Icga I lion len s 14 President decides to send Sec of War Taft and Assist Sec of Qtato Bacon to i Cuba to Investigate conditions and lend Influence to restore peaceExtra ses 1 sion of Cuban congress grants Pres I Palma fullest power to carry on war against Insurgents t 1C Palma orders suspension of hostilities 19Taft and Bacon arrive at Havana an...

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. — 3 January 1907

I Grace Brown to Chester Gillette Womans Simple Documents That Made a Criminal Case Famous and Virtually 1 Sealed the Fate of a Murderer When Read to the Jury That Tried Him for I His Life Hcrklmer N YPrlnted below nro letters which within the past few weeks have become known almost from one end of tho country to the other as Graco Browns letters They need no Introduction save per haps the statement that these aro tho letters which were read at tho trial of Chester Gillette They formed the most remarkable I feature of that case The wholo struc ture of the prosecuting attorney was built upon them It passes under standing why tho murderer of the w ctrl should have preserved a series of documents which It Is safe to say T spoiled his doom from the moment they were placed In the hands of a Jury of 12 men It Is Inconceivable that Gillette kept them for their pathos or tho gentleness of charac ter which they revealed for he Is not tho kind of a man to whom such things appeal It Is utterly...

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. — 3 January 1907

n Nf smelt J Ig rvt g IS INEVITABLE it vto o former French Premiers pinion Concerning the law of Separation k lie QHIver Declares That the g nch Government Would Like to g Go Back But It Does Not 0f t Know How n y b meEmlllo Olllver who was lerln Franco under Napoleon g has written n letter to the Glor dltalla saying It is too soon to I serious judgment on tho Franco can conflict ° Ve must await Dlllver says the Instructions tho will give after the application of e jaw now before the French sen I 18 1 Is evident that the French gov ent would like to go back but it not know how Tho logical and I jwg measure would have been to i e tho churches when the Catholics used to found cultural associations fltbo government feared a popular tag The pope knows exactly what jelwants and with his inflexible will Ie SlWill win If a referendum Vote of I e French people were possible tho > bJJey of the government would not SdAthreo million supporters i I ftJCJ Olllver says ho foresees that tho r t...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 3 January 1907

Lightning Struck Twlc I Or J G Keith formerly of St fouiH who was struck by lightning tcvctal years ago wont to Lendvlllo iol for hl health and was again hit by a bolt About 11 years ago tho doctor while walking on tho street wifl struck by n thunder bolt Ills loft side was partially paralyzed Ho what to Colorado for his health and hint spring while on the street ho was again hit by lightning This second holt practically rendered Dr Keith ImlploBs as fur as his left side Is con Corned FACTS ABOUT FIGURE NINE Professor of the Occult Has Added a New Wrinkle Mathematicians have juggled with the mystic figures 3 7 and 9 for ages and now comes n reIgn professor of tho occult science to tell fortune by the force In a simple numeral tho 9 He reminds his victims that It they multiply any number short of a i decimal by 9 the two figures of the product added together will make 9 Thus Nino times 2 1 are 18 and 8 and 1 arc 9 j 9 times 3 J arc 27 and 7 and 2 rtro 9 9 times 5 arc 45 and f and 4 a...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 3 January 1907

IRTU RED WITH GRAVEL c jjnce Using Doans Kidney Pills Not a Single Stone Has Formed a Capt 8 L Crute Adjt Wm Watts mp U C V Uoanoke Va says i suffered a long long time with my back and felt draggy and list 1 jfBi less amt tired all L the time I lost from my usual weight 225 to 170 Urinary pas sages wero too frequent and I have had to get I 1 up often at night I I had headaches pd dizzy spells also but my worst offering was from renal colic After began using Doans Kidney Pills I osscd a gravel stone as big as a can Since then I havo never had ii 1 attack of gravel and have picked if > i to my former health and weight I I i a well man and give Doans Kid jby Pills credit for It L Sold by all dealers 50 f cents a box tosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y II Prominent on Lecture Platform Jji Senator Tlllman probably earns C j2ore money every year on the lecture jjflatform d than any othor American wAo talks to tho public for pay From Ut authoritative source the statement rtjeoines that the Sou...

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. — 3 January 1907

A Most Valuable Agent c TlinRljv rlnoi tiipK > yi 1 In I Dr I Ilorcoi n1I tel I 19 Briatl Ililianee the medicinal tmuKTtliwwhiou U oxtrirN from native liuMichiiil I roots and holds In solution much belter tliiin ilrolinl would It also rmwwn niiMililnal properties of lit own bolnR ft val ii I ilo dciiiulccnt nutritive I ml tStlptlr iiml antlfcnncnt H Mils irrwilly tnthnrfnYapy of the 1111111 IIrry birU Itloodroot Joldin Mml root Stono I toot and Queens riKit rontalned In OolilPii Medliil I Discovery I In I Mill 11 iting chronic t or lingering I I iwmhs l bronehlii I dim it and limit nnVrllim for all I of which I p UiosniiKentH are recommended by stand Mil iinvllPil authorities In ill PIXPI whore theio Is I n wasting siWrfy of r nosh low of appetite with weak Htoinaeh as In tbo arlr stag of con sumpllntiOIITII Cfllll IH > no doubt that lly perliio nets is a valuable nntrltlMi t nnd ildrt Ihn lotden Sniil I root Stone mot Qmvni root iud UIIPU Cberrjlmrk in iroinollindl wtlin nnd ...

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. — 10 January 1907

TJ < I z i i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I VOL V NO 52 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1907 at Entered Spanish Fob Fork 21 1902 Utah na Act ccon of < lc1nB Congrou tnntter Moron Post t offlcft 187P JUWUuJUWWJW1WUWwuwUWWWJWJ WJWJuwwwwUWJWJ I CITY DRUG STORE JNO J BANKS Prep PURE ANDs M DRUGS MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS I 0 mnmmmTmnmnnnnmnmnnmnmmmnmnmnnnnmmnmnmmmn knl ° I Whats t the matter i eh with IDAHO I 101 Thousands of acres of land have J been reclaimed to cultivation by I irrigation that State during I the past 10 years Thousand I more will bo reclaimed within 1 tho next 10 years This moans 0 uu opening for many thousands of homes AVE You INVESTIGATED IDAHO I It has been truthfully termed a Land of Opportunities Land of Homes The Oregon Short Line Railroad Co rill be pleased to sendnoscrlptive mat er regarding Idahos resources Write o D E Burley G P A or D B 1 Spen er A G P A Salt Lake City Utah T t SAMUEL CORNABY I NOTARY PUBLIC I Dflt...

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. — 10 January 1907

THE SPANISH FORK PRiiSS I 4 ANDIlKW JENSEN Publisher I SPANISH FOUR UTAH II I I UTAH STATE NEWS I Tho report of tho state auditor shows that tho bonded Indebtedness of tho state of Utah ifl 900UOO Tho rccelpta at tho Provo poatofllco for tho year ware 1503820 and dur ing tho year 1005 they warn fl4S9149 a gain of 14171 Dudley W Stone a contracting carpenter of Ogdon who foil from a third story window In dead from the Injuries sustained William Hearst whoso homo was formerly In Coalvllle was killed at Tonopah Nevada on New Years day being struck by a steam shovel Lars E Kggcrtscn superintendent + of the Utnh county schools was elect lid president of tho stato Teachers association at the annual session In Ogden sr Tho Utah Stato Poultry associa f tion has completed arrangements for tho annual poultry show to bo held ut tho Fair ground In Salt Lako City January 23 Fred Hacks a dishwasher fell into a cauldron of boiling water in tho Wilson hotel kitchen In Salt Lako City and Is In a hos...

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. — 10 January 1907

L h t uTadt ut JOAN W a e1 Y 5 R CROCKErTAultorof 7lRcld ot Co Copyright 1893 1900 by 8 11 Crockett me N CHAPTER XIXContinued She clasped her hands Dout his hers d 11 rm Will you sho said again looking dOGq beseechingly at him react The Father stood smiling a little wn upon her moro with his eyes C than with his lips 1 They will hill him and marry you fM pit I do And moreover pray toll me boo little one what will they do to me a lio flnld Father they would not daro to y t eddle with you Your officeyour s h sanctity Holy Mother Church herself ould protect you It Conrad were d hero he would do it for mo I am sure c1sS 1 le would marry us 1ht And you young masquerader saId Father Clement turning to the JSparhawk what say you to all this lorl1 ll must know all before I consent to ad q jut my neck into tho halterl 10th I will do whatever the Princess Itat wIshes Her all Is mine pub Dc ice mako a virtue of that young man said the priest smiling tho will of the Princess Is also that et Vyo...

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. — 10 January 1907

a > WRECKED BANK WITH A BOMB r Cashier of the Philadelphia Fourth National Bank and the Dynamiter Killed Six Others are Injured One of Whom May Die Missile Was Thrown After Demand for Six Thous and Dollara Had Been Re fused Philadelphia Demanding a loan of aooo and falling to get It a man Who has not yet been identified dropped a bomb In the Fourth Street National bank blowing hlmsalf to pieces Instantly killing Cashier W 7 E McLcar and Injuring six others one or two of whom may dlo Tho only duo to tho identity of tho bombthrower was a bunch of keys found In a portion of the clothing at tached to which was a plate Inscribed H Steele Garner la i 1 Tho Fourth Street National bank la the largest financial institution in tho city and occupies the greater portion of tho first floor of tho Bullltt build Inc on Fourth street between Chest nut and Walnut streets In the heart of the financial district The oxplo I non was terrific and It caused tre mendous excitement in the crowded buildin...

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