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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 21 March 1907

eat Fortunes of I Today Not Computed Under Nine Figures If Far Behind Rockefeller Who messes to a Quarter of a Billion me Not a Few Estates and Private Irtunes Which Run Into Nine Fig ImpossiJble to Estimate Great fc HoldingsAndrew Carnegie Sen I br Clark Mrs Walke the Astors id the Guggenheims the Vander Its and the Goulds Probably Do Not how What SumsTheir Riches Reach York John D Rockefellers nc according to Frederick T t his almoner cannot exceed 00000 to 300000000 This cal was made on Mr Rocke s own estimate While this fig bdlcatcs a smaller sum than Mr feller has been popularly sup possessed of It leaves him still chest man In America although believe Senator William Clark provo eventually to bo tho rich pan In 1 the United States Owing great undeveloped mining prop i his fortune cannot be accurately ated thermore great fortunes which s be placed In tho same class tis of Mr Rockefellers are by no Infrequent The great fortune day hovers around tho 100000 tark Half a dozen men a...

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. — 21 March 1907

k Tlioro aro lioiisiiiuls dollars I 4 w worth of iTowolry In our cases lint Mliould wo not liavo what I L you want wo can iimlco it Our factory IN the largest in tine west lSTABLISRID toa 170 MAIN Sfi SALT LAKE CITY UTAH r It r c s r r + s J h FUNNY ACROBATIC BALLET Directions for Rigging Up a Most Amusing Performer You probably kayo among your friends somo one who IB envied by an the boys because he can stand upon his hands and perhaps walk a few c yards in that startling position Hut what would ho say If you undertook to remain In that position u whole evening If you will follow these directions says Good Literature you will suc tlF i ceed In surprising as well as amiMlng 1 r The Funny Acrobats four friends and apparently accom Vllnh a wonderful feat In acrobatics First procure a largo roomy pair of Gloves that will fairly fit your baro I foot such as an old pair ot long y leovod ones Draw them on and but ton firmly around tho ankles Now ftr tot an old shirt Insert your legs Into ...

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. — 21 March 1907

I FADED TO A SHADOW I Down by Five Years of SufferIng n I I ing from Kidney Complaint jrs neinetho Myers of 180 South Rh St Iron ton 0 says I have I worked hard In my ut b time and have been w i9 exposed again and again to changes of i weather It Is j no e M i t k wonder my kidneys p gave out nnd I went KCp all to pieces at last I 4P For five years I was jig away and finally so weak that felx months I could not get out of louse I was nervous restless and liless at night and lame and noro he morning Sometimes every fc would whirl nnd blur before mo Kated so badly I could not wear I clothing and had to put on shoes I sizes larger than usual The t was disordered nnd passages I dreadfully frequent I got help I the first box of Doans Jvldney I liowfver nnd by the time I had fei four boxes tho pain and bloating I gone have been In good health I sloe r sale by all dealers RO cents a KosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y Years Cigarette Output e cigarette output of 1358729015 e calendar year of 1000...

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. — 21 March 1907

i A Lazy Liver May bo only a tlml liver or a starved liver It would bo n stupid as well aI navaguthliiK to boat n weary or starved man because ho lagged In Ills work So In treating tlio lugging torpid liver It is 11 great mistake to Insh It with strong drastic drags A torpid liver Is but an Indication of nn Illnourished I enfeebled body whoso organs are weary with over work Start with the stoiiuieli and allied organs of digestion and nutrition Put thorn In working order and sea how quickly your liver will become active Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery f has made innny marvelous euros of liver trouble by Its wonderful control of tho organs of digestion and nutrition It re sfprps tbl normal activity of tlio stomach I t Increases till secretions of the hhod mak ing glands clonuses limn system from pol Bououft accumulations and so relieves tho liver of tho bunions Imposed upon It by the dnfoutlon of other organs ft yotiliavo bltlcror had tasto In tho morn Ing iiooror variable appetit...

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. — 28 March 1907

IT PAYS TO i TRADE WITH THE WORLD DRUG CO vl gym r THE SPANISH S FORK PRESS = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = i VI NO 11 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 28 1907 Rntcretl Fob 21 1902 nit sccondclaas matter Ioat omen at Spanish Fork Utah Act of Conffraui Maren 01171 r CENTAAI AMERICAN I Mil A COMES TO AN END i I of Honduras Captured by the araguan ArmyNew Presl nt for Vanquished Republic Ihlngton Tho repartee capture uclgallu the capItal ot Hon by the NIcaraguans coupled Iho recent defeat of the forces Bnduras and Salvador at Cliolu nd the flight of President Bo bf Honduras virtually ends the I American war It is now prob tint Nicaragua will Install mi president at the Honduran cap lieu of President Don ilia and ho will then withdraw her troops own territory conlllct has been short and I Is from the reports which have recelved here none of the en I Bents has been serious The i files have been comprehensively four or fiN hundred In the mportant engagement reported feht at Choluteca du...

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. — 28 March 1907

r ti4 i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH i UTAH STATE NEWS Weber county farmers have con tracted to plant 4000 acres of sugai beets this season Utah and tho western states In gen oral will not be affected by tho In crease In freight rates 1 While the family were ut church tho I residence of S S Worthington ol Grnntsvlllo was destroyed by fire As a result of nn outbreak of diph I theria at Grantsvllle the schools churches and amusement places have been closed Tho factory site and real estate of tho Sanpeto Sovler Sugar company have been purchased by the Utah Sugar company A largo canning factory Is to bo erected nt Syracuse Junction In tho Tory heart of the tomato and fruit dis trict of Davis county Some one with a spite against dogs scattered poisoned meat at sevvral places nt Lehl Junction last week and got six dogs In ono day i Edward J Yard chief engineer of tho Rio Grande railroad system died of pneumonia at St Marks hospital t Salt Lake City on S...

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. — 28 March 1907

OAN me = 4 S R CROCKETT Author 0 7ir Ratah1 c O Copyright 1898 1900 by s H Croikptt Chapter XXX Continued clasped her hands going n step nearer Boris as If In appeal Had sirs she said have pity girls who have no work poor a Think wo are orphans and far feomc JLui have this one she Is so p l cried solemn Boris seizing rappcnhclm about the waist She pretendeth molly d I this ly yet has tricks like a mon I y said Jorlan quickly following i ample The girls fended them i Illy yet as mayhap they desired fcaso was hopeless the estate was Bila prosperous Kiln of Kranconln and Pins sen Instinct drew tho I when some 4 jbt Jorlan to the door of the boom which Anna had carefully Ln at her entrance In order to I their retreat I Duchess Joan stood there silent Igardant next moment both tho Into en if Ilassenburg were saluting ns r las if they had still been mcnat 1 while Anna and Martha blush r ivlncly were busy with their f work in the corner ns demure 6 s caught sipping cream I i looked at the ...

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. — 28 March 1907

a AU ORDINANCE Amending Section 172 Chapter 23 of the Revised Ordinances of Span ish Fork City Utah County state of Utah Relating to Intoxicating Liquors Ho It Ordained by tho City Council of Spanish Fork City Section IThnt Bcctlon 172 of the Revised Ordinance of Spanish Fork City of 1005 bo mid the sumo hereby Is amended and reenacted BO as to read as follows Section 172Amounts to bo paid for licenses The following amounts shall ho mid nre hereby established as the clmrga for licenses under the pro t visions ot this chapter towlt As a manufacturer fGOOOO per an num As a retail dear 30000 per an num As n wholesale dealer 00000 per annum As a druggist 15000 per annum All said sums shall bo payable strictly In advance provided that In no casa shall any payment or license issued entitle tho licensee to conduct more than one place of business thereunder Passed on the Oth day of February A D 1007 Attest MAHINUS LAUSRN Mayor pro torn GEORGE II AINQU City Recorder State of Utah County of U...

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. — 28 March 1907

fHOOLBOYS LOVE IS CAUSE OF DUEL 17 YEARS OLD FIGHT WITH 03 lI ISTOLS FOR SMILES OF PRETTY TEACHER TER ARRANGES ARMISTICE Arrives at Scene of Contest Just Ler First Volley Is Fired and i Her Plea to Desist Is Successful i anvlllo N YSuch valorous r I as Inspired tho knights of old to t to the death for my ladys hand led John Henry Wlllard and Hd i Daley as armed with pistols goiight a secluded wood on tho Skirts of tho village ch Is If and each attends the o classes at high school where Flora G Carson 19 years of ago charming has taught for the past She smiled np Willard for sov months and he was mildly In love was therefore distracted when vII gossip reached his ears a few ago that Daley was boasting of i success attending his courtship of pretty school maam Wlllard went light to Daley with a demand to draw his suit Daley demurred t Bliatlcally transpired that tho lovelorn hs met nt tho fair charmers le whither they had gone to pay r respects Fast on tho heels of fry words came a ch...

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. — 28 March 1907

FOUND HE COULD MAKE TIME t One Call for Physician That Met will Quick Response Life is such a constant rush to f wellknown physician that to secure i llttlo recreation ho has recourse ti ruses A visitor called ono night nnt began a speech to the servant 1 want tho doctor to como over at quickly as ho can Ho cant do It tho servant an BTored Ho loft orders that ho wa eo busy that unless It was absolutely A matter of lifo and death ho couldnt t CO out at all this evening nut said the caller It Isnt Ill ness at all What then 7 Wo want him to come over and tako a hand In a gamo of whist Oh thats different The servant disappeared and reap peared a moment later Tho doctor says hell ho over In Ion i tnlutes sir ho announced FIFTEEN YEARS OF ECZEMA Terrible Itching Prevented Sleep 4 Hands Arms and Legs Affected Cutlcura Cured In 6 Days n I had eczema nearly fifteen years Tho affected parts were my hands arms and legs They were the worst in tho winter time and were always Itchy and I could no...

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. — 28 March 1907

the Lion and the Lamb hn A Harrison a prurnlnonl bust I man of Stonoham was surprised other day when ho Wont out In back yard to see his pet cat and a rrel eating out of tho same dish called to his cat but the animal ed to leave his new found friend fcston Post I From the German nail secures tho horseshoe tho I the horse tho horse the man man the castlo and the castle the le 1 land German ells Led to Burglars Capture cturnal clock striking and too n of It has enabled tho Paris po lio lay their hands upon a gang urglars and their very valuable to Inhabitants of a house In tho ourg du Temple quarter com Ing to the police that for some j past they had heard an cxtrnor y amount of what spunded like Ie bell ringing In tho night time scorned to come from rooms In a In direction tho pollco first very tho fact for themselves and thon fed the rooms Hero they found men busily engaged In testing a ber of timepieces of which they stolen 200 from a manufacturers ouse and were selling as tested T...

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. — 28 March 1907

A Square Deal Ie assured you when 3011 buy onn of Dr Plorcos family tnodlclncs for all tho In gradients entering Into them urn printed 1 on tho bottle wrapped and their formula aro attested under oath as living comploto and corroct You know just what you ara paying for and Unit till ingredients tiro t gathered from Natures laboratory being elected from thu most valuable native mfxtlcliml roots found growing In our American forests and while potent to curo aro perfectly harmless ovon to tho most dollcato women and children Not a drop of alcohol enters Into their composition A much hotter agent Is used both for ex tracting and preserving the medicinal principles used In them vlzpuro triple rennet glycerine This agent possesses Intrinsic medicinal properties of Its own being a most valuable antiseptic and null lormenl nutritive und soothing demul cent Glycerine plays an Important part In Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery In tho cure of Indigestion dyspepsia and weak stomach attended ...

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. — 4 April 1907

I IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE WORLD DRUG CO THE SPANISH FORK PRESS = = = = = = = = = = = u oL VI NO 12 SPANISH FORK i UTAH THURSDAY APRIL 4 1907 n at Entered Spanish Feb Fork 21 1KC Utah ns Act ocond of > cln Concreait > B = matter Mnrcn tolms7se MAKING HEADWAY I l m PHILIPPINE ISlAND llamatlan for Election In Our Is nd Possessions Brings Some ncomfortable Facts to Light ulnaThe presidents proc tlon fixing July 20 as the for the election of a national nbly finds a somewhat Involved leal situation In the Islands lajanlsm still exists In Samar while the authorities have no that It will result in an insurrec brigandage in the unsettled still prevails In Tucva Eclja ia Pampanga Dulacan Tyabaa ICavlte provinces the Japanese I ncnt is apparently used as a xt to incite the people The ess party is not considered like elect its whole ticket as the cnduiit party Is making a strong Ing Advices from the provinces to that the two parties methods inconsistent both posing as s or as enemies ot...

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. — 4 April 1907

I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDRUW JaNSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS There wero 30 births and 24 deaths in Salt Lako City last woek i A session or tho Sanpeto county I teachers Institute was held nt Mnntl last Saturday I James Anderson of St George was thrown from his wagon last weelt and seriously Injured The nntiual meeting of the Utah I Woolgrowers association will bo held In Salt Lake City on Saturday April G Tho Provo City schools will close May 10 having then ben open for eight find n half months during the 8chool year c Johanna ICveiirood who had boon a resident of Fairview for ho paat fiftyfour years Is dead at the ago of 93 Tho citizens of Bountiful arc consid ering the proposition of Installing an Independent electric lighting plant for that city Tho Rev P A Slmpldn pastor of tho Phillips Congregational church of Salt Lake City has been appointed judge of tho Juvenile court of Salt Lako City is The merchants of American Fork have agreed to close hereafter at ...

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. — 4 April 1907

lIt Arqumitg nfNot iig i lJinrtuurs Not a M 1tttrr By JAMES H ECKELS President Commercial National Dank Chicago IBLIC sentiment in America ill fast becoming such that finnu cial success and the accumulation of wealth is considered n thing to be abhorred I consider this attitude of the public us being th most alarming condition which the country is forced to face working as it does toward elan distinction class bitterness and even anarch Public sentiment is fust becoming vitiated so that it at tacks men of wealth respectively i and considers all men of wealth as dishonest and unscrupulous They forget that there can be no such thing as dishonesty with an honest man They It t that if a man is honest he will remain honest throughout his life mire of any change in condition or environment What we must teach in our schools and must impress t s forcibly upon lumds of tho coming generation is that honesty is the one essential Iccesh financial or otherwise and that to become wealthy one need...

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. — 4 April 1907

r AN ORDINANCE Amending Section 172 Chapter 23 of the Revised Ordinances of Span Ish Fork City Utah County state of Utah Relating to Intoxicating Liquors Ho It Onlnlncd by ilea City Council of Spanish Fork Clty Section l1hnt section 172 of the Revised Ordinances of Spanish Fork City of lOOfi bo and the sumo hereby Is amended nnd reenacted so as to + read as follows Section 172 Amounts to bo paid for HceiiHCS Tlio following amoiintH elmll bo and are hereby established us the charge for licenses under the pro visions at this chapter towlt As a manufacturer 00000 per an t num numAs a retail dear 00000 per an num As a wholesale dealer 00000 per Annum As a druggist 3GOOO per nnnnm All said sums shall bo payable strictly In advance provided that In n ° case shall any payment or license Issued entitle the licensee to conduct more than one place of business thereunder Passed on the 9th day of February A D 1007 Attest MAUINUS LARSEN Mayor pro tern GEORGE 11 AINGB City Recorder State of Utah ...

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. — 4 April 1907

ORY OF PIRATE PLUNDER RECALLS DAYS OF LAF1TTE ME OF FREEBOOTERS WEALTH RECOVERED endid Gem Now Owned by Brown vllle Texas At torney Was Part of Accumulated BootySmugglers Houses at Matamoros Mexico Still Stand in Magnificent Ruin r intlcmnn Instrumental In Discovering Hiding Place of Part of Treasure Be Sieves That Much of It Remains eves p Securely Concealed In the Old Rendez wous of the Buccaneers Who Did So Much to Win the Great Victory r Over the British at New OrleansMexican Government In the Way r yes that gem Is ono of tho finest ave over seen and Its strange his y to me adds very materially to intrinsic value I jhe speaker was Mr Pierce a prom nt attorney of lirownsvlllc Tex as sat on the broad veranda at him I dsomo residence smoking our ars after tho moat remarkable Jan y dinner I Have ever eaten writes I ac Kline On the menu was roast d goose which had been shot as It over the house on tho day before ters on the halfshell fresh from waters of the Gulf at Point Isa 15 mile...

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. — 4 April 1907

aeeeoererneonlwse > r e1bMoe r 1 Y wI lw I dJ rl > r tt I t t g4 G d r tl i i 51 4 4 ft t o f1 r r r y 1 Y J115rlC fOrf rrr = < V 9 Women of theh r I Philippines By Mrs Henry W Lawton Mrs Lawton Writes of Pleasant Acquaintances Made In the Is lands TenYearOld Girls Ex pert Cigarette MakersWomen of Lower Class Thrifty Kindly and CleanlyUpper Class Wo men Dainty Attractive and Vi vacious Fascinating Filipino BellesThe Eloquence of Ges tures Girls Marry Young and Usually Are HappyNo Di vorces Allowed Smoking Among Women General i Copyright bj Joel HoKltH t Tho wife of the lato Gen Henry W i Lawton woe In the truest sense her dls tltiRiilslied husbands nsBoclate anil com panion during his adventurous army ex periences Whllo devoted to her husband and family she vet could always rInd time to Interest herself In the families of t the BOldlers of tho Harrison An Intolll Bent observer she has gathered a largo fund of oxperlences of the most Interest Ing kind My personal knowledge o...

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. — 4 April 1907

b ELPING ALONG HIS MEMORY i band Willing to Do Hit Belt to I Follow Instructions It t r Morse is an undemonstrative and an absentminded one as well 1 eso two respects he is a trial to t o who is exactly his opposite t es she said as she bade him I when ho was about to start d by Chicago will you remember to it t up Cousin William and flnd out ty bout Aunt Sarah 1 It Is BO many since 1vo hoard from any oft rs fr t family es my dear nd do you suppose you will re ber to put on your overcoat if the A d changes so as not to catch one i dreaded colds our d I ese my dear of nd you will try to remember that off have plenty of clean collars BO to neednt go about looking as it you t no wife to see to you r es my dear said Mr Morse as timed to take up his bag nd James said Mrs Morse tear 11 do you suppose you will think of e every day while you are gone 1 I am here at home e Iy dear responded Mr Morse e his mind on catching tho train I d kf 111 certainly make a memorandum tct a so BLOOD GETS S...

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. — 4 April 1907

A Womans Health b a heritage too uttered to bo experi mented with For her peculiar and dell cato nllmcnU only medicines of known composition niid which contain no alco hol narcotics or other hurmtnl or habit forming drugs should bo employed Such a medicine Is Dr Plereos Favorite Pro scription romcdy with n record of over forty years of euros to recommend It a remedy tho makers of which print Its formula on every bottlewrapper and at test Its completeness and correctness Under oath j remedy devised and adapted to womans delicate constitution by an educated phynlclan nn experienced spo clullst In womans disputes It remedy every Ingredient of which has received tho written endorsement of thn most emi r nent medical writers of all tho several e schools of practice for tho euro of womans peculiar diseases a remedy which has cucuresrtotity moro IxmnJlitc cures to Its credit than any other sold by druggists for womans special requirements It Is not given away In the form of trial bottles t...

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