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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 25 April 1907

j1 I ffidtau 2 witi < i Ie e ViI c I I It o iI I C 1 T1 r P H TlXYDObGJ New YorkJs thoro any young ouple In all the world as lucky as oung Marcellus Hartley Dodgo and tttr Miss Ethel Rockefeller They have nnnounced their engage ent The wedding takes place thin a few weeksvery quietly be use of the recent death of Mr r odges father It will be a marriage J f millions to millions But the millions are the small part f this newest engagement and com g marriage Young Mr Dodge has uth health talent and popularity ud Miss Rockefeller as fortunate here Is nothing now In the world at they may not have save each S herand that happy day Is not far T Couple Has Vast Wealth When the clergyman says I pro ounce you man and wife out of i e church will walk the richest L oung pair In all New York If not all the United States Nobody It DOTS how rich young Mr Dodgo Is U e has something between 20000000 i ad 60000000 an estate which Is creasing In size by leaps and bounds ery day It came from his gra...

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. — 25 April 1907

II f A MISSOURI WOMAN Tell a Story of Awful Suffering and Wonderful Relief Mrs J D Johnson of COS Went Hickman St Columbia Mo says ° Following an operation two yeaT 1 ago dropsy set in and my left side wnn so swollen tho doctor said ho would havo to tap out tho water There was constant pain and a gurgling t s sensation around my 1 heart and I could not i f raise my arm above my head The kid c ney action was disor j dered and passages of the secretions 1 too frequent On the ntlvlco of my husband I began using Boons Kidney Pills Since using two boxes my trou ntfi ble has not reappeared This Is won derful after suffering two years Sold by nil dealers 60 cents a I c k Foster Mllburn Co Buffalo N Y Out of His Line t mll A man living In the country far kk I 1iI from any physician was taken sud tk4 denly 111 Ill family In great alarm l1 not knowing what to do sent for a ii neighbor who had a reputation for 1 4 doctoring cows r Cant you Eire father something V 1 to help him asked one of tho...

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. — 25 April 1907

Watch for a Dollar Nrrklace tor H300OO r M o2 u t IIooot 11 c refl attention from url rt the ntl0 eturythtng lor w 0 IlIlInlllt for tlfor u 1 hat 01 ISTAet13HID sacra 1 170 MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY UTAH Insect Processions the curious sights some Among nlthcsscd by entomologists are men processions formed by tho lar 18 moth Inhabiting i > lno trees In of fa e of France They march In me la parts file and the leader spins a ogle read which Is added to by Its follow A procession consisting of 114 these larvae was seen last April In woods near Aroachon Tho pro lions arc formed both Rt night the creatures mako excursions MB m their nest to feed on tho young ares and In the daytime when they scend to the ground to seek n placo the sand where they may burrow d pass to tho pupa stage A kind 0y was observed attacking tho cession above mentioned to lay Its gs in the march 1m larvao WAIT FOR THIS only 30 round trip to California a Salt Lake Routo Write for full formation to J H Burtner Sal ke ...

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. — 25 April 1907

a p ti 7 The Farmers Wife 111 Is very careful about her churn She BeaMs It thoroughly after huts and gives It a HUH bath to Mcntcn It Sho knows Sa I that If her Churn Is sour It will taint Urn butter that Is made In It Tho stomach Is f K a churn In tho stomach anil dtKcstlvo U yAr and niitrlllvn tracts are performs pro j cesses which urn exactly akin to tho + churning of butter IH It not apparent j t then that If this stomach churn Is foul It 1r ranker foul nil which IH I put Into It n a ° r The evil ofta foul titoimich Is lint alone the bad taste In tho mouth and the foul r breath caused 1 hy It hut Urn corruption of Y a t tho porn current of hlood and till dls i > m u I Inatlon of disease throughout the body r Dr Tierces Jolden Medical Discovery makes tho sour and foul stomach sweet y It docs for th stomach what tho washing and mm hath do for tho churn absolutely 1l4 removes every tainting or corrupting clo mont In this way It cures blotches pimples eruptions scrofulous swellin...

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. — 2 May 1907

q i t IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE WORLD DRUG CO = = = = frHE SPANISH FORK PRESS t = = = = = r OLvLN01G SPANISH f I T r i Entered Feb 21 1902 na Bccondclns mutter font 1m FORK UTAH THURSDAY MAY 2 1007 at Spanish Fork Utah Aot of Conercwt Maron a 1m t 1m M STRIKE i I 1 SALT LAKE I Complete Tieup of Street Car System Patrons Being i Compelled to Walk I to Its Attempt of Company Operate Cars With NonUnion Labor Re sults In Sympathizers of Strik ers Bombarding Cars and Crew With Eggs Salt Lake CItyTho streot car trike In Salt Lako Is now history the en having won out after two days n which no cars were allowed to run e strike occurred Sunday morning don Tuesday morning the men wero ck at work the company having ac eded to their demands which were r first years service motormen nd conductors 25 cents per hour hereafter 30 cents per hour Barn en 10 per cent Increase over pro nt wages This now scale Is to continue for to years The company promises ot to discriminate against the men ho took an...

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. — 2 May 1907

m r I I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS a r ANDREW JKNSEN Publisher i SJlANISII FOJU UTAH 1 pI d UTAH STATE NEWS r 14f Diphtheria has mado its appearanco h in Morgan county Sovornl persons have been stricken f Tho governor and his staff will at tend the closing of tin public schools R j at Park City on May 2o i A freak calf with two perfect heads on ono body is on exhibition in a show window In Ogden Tho Team Owners Union of Salt 1tZ Lake ban been organized with a mom ti borshlp that controls about 125 teams r Utah Is to havo n ntato fair this k p fall the date being sot for September wt t 30 to October C arid tho place Salt Crj1 w Lake City r At Forron Bishop Lymnu S Beach I was kicked and dangerously injured by n horse If ho recovers ho will lllcoly t i lose an eye 1 ry Miss Ruby Geo of Fayotto disap 1 pointed over a love affair attempted fK i c suicide by drinking wood alcohol i r r v r t Sho will recover i Tho Rocky Mountain Boll Telephone 44t 6 company will restore tho tree county 1 rat...

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. — 2 May 1907

n a f2g 7M v r 2cJLOYSi fit II SP 1 1 wiews HOW THEY SCORED teacher In ono of tho public A complimented hoOls was recently success attending tho of the KCJUSB Urination of her pupils It was of boys seemed bttced that her class be able to solve all problems question was asked every flea a fcjihand In Uie class was raised Tie principal of tho school was the questions and tlio lady I tG Ing ocher would call on a pupil to lite the answer Although moro n a score of questions were asked Fno Instance was an Incorrect an jier given The principal was so eased at the result that he made eclal reference to Miss Dashs pro ency as a teacher In each of the I us rooms ho visited I Probably envy was caused by the tt t that in no other classroom did e pupils seem to bo so well up in I elr studies Ono of the teachers hose pupils did not acquit them tves very creditably made an inves jitlon and succeeded in gaining the j ddence of one of the boys under I ss Dashs care f Now Johnny said she how Is It I...

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. — 2 May 1907

w + r wpw rl I SYRAWBERRY TUNNEL NOTES Wo havo about CO men working r I hero now anti spring IB showing signs hero In the mountains There Is lots of snow on tho north ulilo of tho hills hut very little where tho sun shines nil day h Tho tunnel will ho In 1200 feet on tho 1st of May There are men hero from nil over the United States sev eral men from tho Qunnlson tunnel Colorado They nro all u vory high class of people and the government treats them right They pay tho best J t wages In the state for tho work i 1 Spanish Fork IB well represented i + there nro George Woods Dan Abort son Ilyruni Patcrson Dave Jones I William Iaterson Moses Daly Alex f 1 Boynck and Richard Thomas Many intend coming down to work on tho 9 y canal They Intend starting on tho cant end ns soon as they can get over l I tho ridge 1 1 There la lots of snow on tho divide a yet and over In tho valleys y 1 WM BIlIGGS o i + p Let mu mall you free to provo ° merit samples of my Dr Shoops f t Restorative and my Hook o...

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. — 2 May 1907

f Wr 3 T GRIP C a OFT + I T i i f 1 f i I 7y 11TA f t tf > LionOn the treeless steppes of ria beyond the pale and in the districts of northeastern China sands of human beings are dying tut of food Lack of rain In the Instance excess of It In the sec ls the cause provinces In China and 21 In Te affected and while from iU are former country come awful tales le bartering of human flesh for 01 the Bale of little children and he breaMng out of the plague Bg the closepacked sufferers from 11 comes a wall of despair where women and children are trying jug to life with almost nothing to and with no fuel In a temperature degrees below zero dltlons are such in both coun that It Is estimated that what In country would bo the price of a le visit to the theater would save nman life until returning crops g self support e Christian Herald of New York h has taken charge of the Amen end of the Chinese famine relief ged Itself to supply 10000000 ds of flour corn cornmeal medl supplies etc In addit...

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. — 2 May 1907

AN ALEUTIAN LURE BLANDS FAR TO NORTH TEMPT VISIT OF SCIENTIST Prcf Thomas A Jaggar Eastern Sci entist Proposes to Study Section of World About Which Little Is Known I Not tho north pole hut iMlands lying DID the borderland of tlio arttie clicle Is tho lute which IB going to tempt an < aHtern Hclcntlxt In his effort to learn moro about n pructlcally unknown land TIll Aleutian Islands off the coast of Alaska have never been ex I plored In the true sense of the teim and 1iof Thomas A Inggar of I Uiq MnHsaehusetts Institute of Tech nology la about to undertake the task I of studying the geological formation of this group of Inlands Ills party will Include some of the most noted geologists of the day and It Is ex pected that there will bo plenty of work for all as the Aleutian Islands from n geological standpoint ate mar vels of possibility Uttlo or nothing IB known of them and It may bo that from end to ond they are composed ofauriferous rock of tho richest de scription Tills conditi...

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. — 2 May 1907

at HE MAHI1VING SQUIRE I I E LaW of Brazil Ind H II alO Married HOD Couples B Law of Brazil Ind ye Earned the tltlo Tho Mar 11 earned which ho Is known r I by w af Squire far and wide having already married some I i 1400 couples Ton I a years ago ho was Deputy County Treasurer At that time said Justice 1 Law I was Buffer ing from an annoying kidney trouble My back ached my rest oleo at night and tho passages secretions woro too fre ktdcPY qlne1 sediment Three fleonAlned llf Kidney Pills cured mo of Doatts and for tho past nino years I t Keen f free from kidney complaint cVacho b1 all dealers CO cents a box ° Uilburn Co Buffalo N Y Typewriting Feat arka6 4 oman Ir In a typewriting contest rcccntly won a victory over Ky 150 competitors by writing tan 1 words In four hours A man 1000 words but ho mado so f mistakes that ho was ruled out tit crfcan woman has surpassed nch womans record for in course of business she rtaary note 10500 words in two and a tours and made three copies as N tn...

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. — 2 May 1907

l1 m A Womans Back fr na many nclics and pnln cnnsnl by wcaknrwrrt nml fiillliiKor otlior displace Jn t mont of tho pelvic urKiiiH other syrap fr ° Lk WillS of fcniuh cnknnra urn frequent r t 1 hoadtichn illltit liiiMKliinry specks or n 1 dark slats i flniilliiK Ixforo tie oycs gnaw ing sensation In Ktomnrh dragging or y bearing down In Iocrnl > doiiillii1 or pel vie r 1e 4 i + rofflon dlsiKrrpuhli drains from pelvic I ill organs fain tiipcllH with wnrnil wcaknoss If considerable number of tlinul > ovo i symptoms prcsonl them ID no remedy that will give quicker rollcf or a more per manent euro than Dr Ilcrcoo Fuvorlto r t i Ircscrlpllon It has n record of over forty years of eurrs It It Urn most jwtont f + iiiylgortitliitf tonic nod HtrriiKthcnlng ner 4 vine know to medical science It Is mndo j of the glycerin extract Of tmtlvo medici 1 nal roots found In our forests and con j f tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful or b habitforming drugs Ingredients aro J 1 all printed on t...

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. — 9 May 1907

ti I 1i IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE WORLD DRUG CO j cwt THE Sp ANISII FORK PRESS N 1TOL VI NO 17 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY MAY 1 1007 at Entered Spanish Feb Fork 21 1902 Utah ns secondclang Act of Uongrcati matter Marcn Post 8 omc ur TRIKE BREAKERS SHOT INTO I CROW e Street Car Strike in i San Francisco Results in Riot fraaand Bloodshed pang Sends Out NonUnlon Crews rmed to the Teeth and When Strike Sympathizers Toss a Few Bricks They Open Fire on the Crowd a Francisco Tho strllco of the b union niotormon and conductors the United Railroads developed on ester into a riot in which more o a score of persons were injured ae fatally The company undertook to operate cars with nonunion men Each breaker sent out on the cars Tied a SScallbre revolver strapped and his waist outside his coat VI l 230 cars were started from the us where tho nonunion employes housed and fed he appearance of il < ors in Fill re street from which they were itched Into Turk street was the nil for an immense outb...

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. — 9 May 1907

t + THE SPANISH FORK PRESS tt4 ANDREW JUNSKN Publisher 99 1 a SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS Cpl A I Tho Indian wnr veterans will hold I their next annual encampment at No r lI jihl somo time during August A bear hunt Is being organized al i t t Mnntl the boar In that section having ° caused serious losses to cattlemen Much of the fruit Is reported to have been killed at Alpine Utah coun ty nil a result of tho recent cold 1 weather Tho llrbt oliCtrlcallydrlven Hour mill In southern Utah Is tho Rich Hold roller mill Power was turned I r4i on last week Rt I Tho threatened strike of tho electri 2 cal workers of Salt Lake has been t averted tho men being granted nn In crease In wngos 1 Tho late freeze made It npcossnry t sru i5 m j for soiiio of the Mnnti beet armors Nf P to replant their fields I Double it the ff r nonage Is planted this year t n + < i Airs Roue Manning who was ac cused of shoplifting nerd tfoirchcd In an Ogden store has smjil llio UWIUTU i t of the store for 500...

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. — 9 May 1907

d r fie fS S tir 4 C3 Ld DELUGE n4VID GRAHAM pim t 4ulhor of 2JfEGos1ctc Ct73 i 5Y2JVS dyfha d0e2 S PL L Cp17rLyy I t MR BLACKLOCK I n was about to CroWn Kapolw ben sellsO II lvo somewhere read submitted o him tho royal gone 1 they had faled up for him lie the parchment and flung It pled of Hie chief herald or who h Tas MV IIno said he i It I I was r JIontiMijtto And 110 I fom fa IIJ line dater from the campaign Billeted and established my CI eirom Ul1 Wcc shall not j piuso to reclto taw de of tie obscurity from which I s rged It would be an Interesting It Is familiar story but a antlc also In this land which Lincoln q finely and 1 so fully described when saId The republic Is oppor IT ae fact only I did not take the e BlacKlock was born IJIacklock and chris ed Matthew I aud my hairs being 1 black and growing so that a look it often falls down the middle of forehead Is a coincidence The iclous and Insinuating story that taed to go under another name 5e no doubt from my having been bo...

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. — 9 May 1907

Itf f li + r d Let me mall you free to provo ci merit samples of my Dr Slumps r Restorative and my Hook on either + DynpojHlft Tho Heart or The Kid neys Address me Dr Slioop Hnclne A a Win TrouliIoB of the Stomach Heart t II or Kidneys arc merely symptoms of i a deeper ailment Dont make the r r r common error of treating symptoms only Symptom treatment Is treating I t result of your ailment and not tho cntiflp Weak Stomach nerves tho 1 r t Inside nerves means Stomach weak t + ness always And the Heart and I Kidneys as well have their controlling s1 or Inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you Inevitably have weak I vital organs Here Is where Dr + ShoopH Restorative hall made HH I fame No other remedy even claims b e i to treat tho Inside nerves Also for hloatlijK biliousness bad breath t or complexion use Dr Stoops Restor atives sold by World Drug company o l NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT NO 10 t The Blizzard Mining 6c Milling com ti pany principal place of business at Spanish Fork City 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. — 9 May 1907

RoundAbout New Yorl < Gossip of People and Things in the Great Metropolis ANDARD OIL TO MAKE RECORD FOR PROFITS tfK The earnings of the XI cLdard Oil company for Borne been establishing now high have e The net earnings for the cur fl expected to reach a fig ar are t rear tween 75000000 and 1100000 twice the amount required to or dividends at last years rate of Tre Tho litigation In which I company Is Involved Is the only that prevents the Standard Oil Ly from Increasing Its disburse paoY shareholders It Is said In j II to neBt of a satisfactory conclusion litigation there will ho a melon y s ing of no small proportions Jthe I management of the Stand Oil company does not believe tho eat market price of the securities 00 high Is evident from the fact He stock Is down on the books at iluatln f 300 a share Included ie assets lire more than 100000 cf government bonds reducers of oil are sharing In the perlty of the Standard Oil com r Eastern as well as western oils witnessed a sharp 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. — 9 May 1907

nn R MWS + SUMMARY t Ono person was killed and thirty persons seriously injurod by an explo a I slot of dynamite at tho Harbor Works At Antlvnrl on tho Adriatic 44i w 1 All records for emigrants arriving at tho port of Now York waa brokenlY r a on too 2nd when 20729 emigrants It from nil parts of the world arrived Tho Ironworker strike In Snn r th Francisco had Bottled down lo n singe 144 Practically nil tho Iron works foun rr l dries and shops in the city nro closed clusodho Tho bodies of eleven dead have boon recovered from the Whlpplo mine nt a Charleston W Va where an explo f sion of gas occurred This Is thought k t to be tho full list of the fatalities V It r Chief of Police Arlan of Guatemala t 1 City an Americanhas resigned and k r will return to tho United States Tho 4 t RO eminent paid him his salary for t the tlmo between now and tho date wl 1r his contract expires r 9 l1 John Hamlln who has boon on trial at Grand Island Neb lor tho murder of Hachacl inglo aged 13 was foun...

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. — 9 May 1907

NOE m lU lOW WAGONS J RPJ t SON i nulne Ludlow Wagons 8ea or prodllcoBrcoll all loeloll thclr 03111111r 01118 aTe blh a lIgIi load la amoothly ipr1D DY ber 101 111 not brlnll tbo o Ibat In I a Ullht 101111 of Hasp It llft beavT load of Melooa uro both cc I with Ibe IItlollotoIlY esseLudlow Wagon I tannin Wflffonii Stewart Stores iiffBi for abluOo let Tnff Iwlno U H 1jjICk kplloro u1Vii Washing Ma ietpt0 I l Harness to suit your or any ltleIDd tMUlrcniBiiW no matter how yr perOOo tbe buT loe lillo elll BitUfactorr terms and prices II orctl onsolidated gon Machine Company linf Implement Dealers Utah and Idaho Ceone T Odcll General Manager ai al Salt Lake Ojdtn Logan Hake Fall and Monipilitr nidont pay a cent lonrwiitcli mulatr at our store nil I the 11fII of IIr1 l clans work to Urfpalrfl AV employ nioro wutrli r 11111 any IIthr tlireo stores In Utah ESTADtlSHID 1Q62 170 17OST MAIN ST kLT LAKE CITY UTAH ATENTS tour Ideas they may bring you wealth I Is Caveats Trade Marks and Designs I...

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. — 9 May 1907

yt r let r ty 1 4 t If You Road This y It will ho to loam Hint thn lending medi cal writers and Icachors of all thn iwncral l schools of practice recommend In tho strongest terms possible Mia mid overy lnnrc < llriit pntorlni Into the corn > osltlnn 4 ° of Dr Plorcort Gulden Medical Discovery y f for the euro of flak stoinucli dyspepsia I i catarrh of tttoimuh fiver complaint r torpid HVIT or bllloiiHiK I < chronic bowel Affection nod all catarrlml diseases of r whatever nglon iwtno or nature It Is J also a Mpecllic rcnmdy for nil Much chronic ti it or lontf standing cases of iMturrlial iilTec boas and their resultant im bronchial 1 throat and lung dHiuu except consump tion monmpiiliicd with severe coughs It Is not so good for ncuto coliN and coughs t > but for hiKPiiif or chronic ruses It Is Ta especially cl ILL 004 In proiluclliK IT fr focUiires Itcoiitiilni I Black CherryImrk Golden Heal root llloodroot Htono root Mitudrnkn root and Queens root all of l 4 which an hig...

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