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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 22 April 1910

s. ' '!' -ilq'"M7"MJMMliiWlpl II 1 1 Iaw SCURRIL0US AteGKaNSWEiP THe Following taken from?e'"StUden?;'iIbe:f of Interest to all "Who Like to Sec;' " f Fair Play. ' f MORE WAYS THAN ONE IN TAKING DEFEAT. Under the heading "More Ways Than One of Winning a ; Ball Game" the Murdoch Academy peo ple recently made in the Beaver "Press", a scurrilous attack on the Branch Normal athletic director, his aids, the principal of the school, and everyone in general connected with athletics at the Nor mal. An ordinary reader who saw that article would be very much in clined to place the Normal athletes on 'a level with highwaymen, or some other class utterly devoid of moral principles. Had this attack appeared only in the Beaver Press, we might, notwithstanding the fact that it was directed from the Murdock Academy, have viewed it as the frantic ebullitions of an over enthusiastic partisan who had rushed into print without authority from the Murdock school. But when an article smacking of the same ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 22 April 1910

H : I I . WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR . ,1 ... I 1 W44 Warner's Rust Proof Corsets, l ' I H if tSPBs The 'best 'that' money can buy and at a low prices. For style", com- gg g n i8&Jf fort and shape They cannot be beat. H I I ?-'' ':i - "& ... :., I I M ur 'Hnery Department is now open, ffats of the latest style' at' : tm prices to suit your pocket book. Another shipment will w H ;i wMJi arrive direct from Chicago within a' few days, m )fw if Watch our show windows. Hats I M fflMi retrimmed on short notice. " m I J If J ' :'r- Shoes and Oxfords. . . ..,; ' 1 I J II f Wcfe QteTgeSt stock of Shoes 'and Oxfords in Southern "UMj .1 j liWfil "' ' at prices that are Rock Bottbml ' i 1 4 m$m& Groceries. . . , 1 ' ffffm&MmMrvo The most complete line in the South. Everything to suit. tKev taste" I1 .jKlWlt ' ' and the Pocket Book: - Mt ' Hardware. I -rfi-u i A full line in every detail. Now is the time to get your sinks . and W "wash bowls installed; also your drainage pipes. Call...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 April 1910

MLLiiiiiiiiiiiiiHBiiMHHHBaWBa HB "w fiHI I M Iron CouNf y Record I - ,!- III I - "V01' ' Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, April 29, J 9 JO. , No. 21 f H ' Land 'Restored r, , . to Entry. !' A large acreage of land withdrawn from entry lost October beoause -at ' the belief that the lands contained jK petroleum, has been restored nnd le, W sgals open fpr e.ntry.N. , . . rft The order reatorlnghe Wnd to,fa-" E trywas signed byS.'V. Proliant, bb- Blatant oommlsslouor of the geueial W. land office, npon recommondntion of theUnltcd Statea geologicnl nurvoy J that tho lands aro more vnluable for , y agricultural than for potroloum pur I poses: , LANDS RESTORED 10 ES'TRV. . Township 32 south, range' 14 west, r all. v" Township 34 south, radges 12 and Si Township 35 south, ranges 13, 15, fa 17, 18; 19, 20. all. J Township 30 Boutb, ranges 14, 15 'r ' west, all. Towoshlp 44 south, ranges 7, 8, 9 x weit, all. Township 43 south, ranges 8, 9, 9J west. all. ' Township 40 south, range 9 west,...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 April 1910

B rfWW W i an ii niMi.nin H I Iron County Record I H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H x & H 1 ALEX. H. HOLLO I H 5 H ? E8TAILISHEB BECEHlUt, 1883. B T BHTRRIB AT THI OCBAK CITY POUT Z H X ric as ticeHO class mattkr. j, M 7 .. T H ? SUBSCRIPTIOM tl.SO PER YfcAR ? H 5 ALWAVS HI A0VAHCB, 4 H Friday, April 39, 1910. H Let Us Awake! H The great trouble that threatened ow H army h Cuba ever ten yean ago was H the yellow fever. It was mere disastrous H to our soldiers than the battle field and 1 caused greater consternation than did H M Qut the army medical corps sent a H young doctor down there to work on tlus problem. Two houses were built, 1 wkh double screen doors and protected H by wire netting. H In one house bed-clothing from fever H patients of Havana was put Ventila H lion was purposely made bad, but mo- H quitos were carefully excluded. Soldiers H volunteered to live in this room and they H thought sure that there existed an ideal H condition to take the disease, but not H one caught it. ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 April 1910

V ' -I $ Embroidery and lace rent' ndnte on C S..t A. Bargain Counter. Exceptional Value. Cedar Sheep Store. 9, H. Arthur baa retarded from ttaorbera part of tbe atate, baring ooBpleted bis Uboia at Indian War Iteoorda Coram ImloBer. Prompt rcliuf In all cases of throat and lung trouble If you uso Chamber, lalnja Cough Homcdy. Pleasant to take wothlng and healing In effect. For sale by all Dealers. . m . ,,,!,, Haxt wk tbe abeepsaearers will y oonneBcs ob tbe Sbeep Compauy'a flocks. Tber will bs about 30 men effipiojed. i Tbe embroidery etab wilt meet aext Wtdawdsy afteraees at Mrs. ' J.1 V. Adaat'a place at 2:30. All Indies iateretted la faaoy work aie cordially layltedjto attnad. ? '": it Summons. W the District Court nf the Filth Judicial District of the State ot Utah. la and (or the Count of Iroa. m -, Anna M. bawtell, Plaintiff. William Cantetot ftawtelt, Defendant. The State of Utah to the nald defendant. You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty dars after service of th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 April 1910

IJ& Xf Yon SlioiildL ' J I ? i - -, Whp' ' Gome into our store and tell us about what your ideas t P H lvlv are as t0 ew Clothes, and what you would like to pay ' iWMlik H 4l Sm' X I r a su' a at anc snoes t0 match, you would be sur- ;"1 jMWy M jm I "liOs prised at how quickly we can produce the goods. Very . s&!V ' MM b$ vjLM ' XmmtiM - Wvf Pur customers can guess at the amount of stock ' Jk $$J M Spkd J ie carry, or have any idea of how complete the line. We , . yf I H"" i 'h study the clothing needs of the community carefully and i m' Wk m . rLLsiy r are early and ample -buyers ; 1 he ' newest in tvery thing. mLlM 8 ,J xiA V?A i at the first peep of the season is the 'rule with us. ' . ' ' ' SJff.' H .mCih to- imMii j. - ,t7 J. j j 1 4- t j ,h"( . o ; -- Ml " I'll Xilli ' - We buy our dry goods, ladies and gents '. furnishings ' ttwpjl r m W ""' l ! ''' ;from Marsha11 Field and Co- of Chicago, theTargest hign; ' " WM ' I I m W7 , Ji grade dealers in the world. Nothing but...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 May 1910

"Vol. J7. Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday, May 6, J9J0. No. 22 HH . .... bbbbbbibbbI j CHLORIDE STILL TO THE GOOD. 1 Skit Started on Studari N I Ore I airihe Way town. II High Values In Lead- liver True Fissure Veins Two Feet Si ' Wide. I' ' ReportB from Chloride Canyon this S reek are very encouraging. The j ' -eompany haB started a abaft on what I -s. la known aa the Standard No. 1 alalm 1 and have enoountored ore carrying I high values all the way down. The I depth reaohed Is near thirty foot aud I tfee vein is a true flssnro two feot I wide, with a four foot vein of spar I that oarrlea values In lead-ailver. An assay of the surface oro gave 330 ounces to tho ton and rs depth was attained the vniuoa inoreanod, the ore becoming so charged with lead and silver that it praotioally la three fonrths pare mineral If tbla holds out, tbo assertion of tho engineer, Mr. Porter, will be vorifled, that the mother lode will bo encountered at a depth of 200 feet and the mine will be in p...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 May 1910

I I Iron County Record & H mttnHi tv'tT f nor r 5 2 CEDAR CITY, UTAH. & H ALEX. H. ROLLO ij ssssl v H f E8TAQUSHE0 DECEMBER, 1893. H a - - ' Hj T ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST j' B 2, of net as second class matter, a $ - $ H ? DUQOCfUPTION $1.50 PER YfcAR M ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. 'V H Friday, Hay 6. iqio. THE COMET AT THE CRISIS, H In the last Issue of Word nail H. Works, Klltor I! Icks lins the follow H lag regarding tlia much talked of H, Halley'a Gamut: H if ''Halley's comet" lu gnluR to w show up la mbjt sort of npeotnoulsr m fashion It will be dolutf so before the B end of thh month,. May lloforo j this issue of Word Hnd Works goes m to press, as announced in our April M iiumbnr, nIho In our 1010 Him no no, M tho oo mot will have pmucd fur H enough around tho Sou to bo soon on M the oaatorn horizon l-ofnro Btinrloo. M From early In April, until near tho Hj middle of May, the oomot should p H pear at Its beat. Wo repeal what wo m have said, both In Word and Works m and our ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 May 1910

f Fruitf Growers Attention. ..Ve call tbo attention of nil fruit growers anil (Joalerj to tbo provision . of.ibo Horticultural -Law wbjob bars from tbe markota of Ulan. 'Fruit io'featod with on; noalo loeeot or any fruit BhowtaR evidenoo of the work of the Larvae of tbe Codling Moth: . ' Unlawful to Sell or offer For , , ,, - Sale Diseased Fruits. Seotlon 14. It shall bo unlawful to.aell or dlBpooo of, or offer to sell or dUpoae of, or to bnvo In ouo'a possession for eale or bartor. any frqlt whioh 1b -or baa teen infeoted with Ban Joso eoale, or other aoale Isteot, oc tho larvae of the ooHHdk ranth; and tbe faot that uoh fruit , ban the mark of any soale, or is wqm eaton by the larvae of the codling moth aball be deemed oon almstve evidenoe tbat said fruit ia I'a'feoted within tbe meaning of thla Action; and the state and county tnspeotor and tho doDUtiea are hereby given power to alezo and destroy snob infected fruit whenever they -shall Uud tbat tho same baa boon pa'okod, sold, s...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 May 1910

BBBh ' bbB B '' fl bH Hb1 IJgL Xf You JShoixldL JBk 1 gr Come into our store and tell us about what your ideas jfamz g I SmWt are as ew Clothes, and what you would like to pay Svnlik i! H $& iFa or a su' a at anc s"iocs to matc' yu wu te sur- PjPjyH '1 I (M& " 'Mi prised at how quickly we can produce the goods Very JK5 ,M f I vtvS $r8n ew our customers can guess at the amount of stock k fmj j I tm t ifw we carry, or have any idea of how complete the line We Wur 3 m II y j' . : ;-' study the clothing needs of the community carefully and t jjm - fIC g 1 ' liJwJjffl ' -" are early and ample buyers. The newest in everything " fetW g I mm vfi i$&'-at tJrst PeP e seasonis me rule with us. '" Wlf $ I Imw viln ', We buy our dry goods, ladies' and gents' furnishings - WWI Is 1 II I $vl rom -arsha'l Field and Co. of Chicago, the largest high f I S W) rtJM? grade dealers in the world. Nothing but the best in stock. WW i 1 H y Xiv Btocls. Oo. & 1 H Local Items. Mlia Irono Mankul...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 May 1910

' iiUS I yw -B Hm &" ! 1 .'''1 Iron County Record. I I "Vol.17. Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, May J3, J9J0. No. 23 H I Assessment Roll For Iron C6tmty For The Year 1910. I law nH 9 Below Is the complete assementof all property in Iron County for the year J9J0 Many interesting comparisons may be drawn. For instance, it will be seen t M m that Cedar City is assessed 46 1-2 per cent of, the entire amount,, while Parowan is assessed 25 per cent. The total value of the 7 . M II ; sheep exceeds that of all the grazing: and farm lano with the town property thrown in, showing that ikiS'"' M m: the sheep men of Iron County pay a large percentage of the taxes. '"- jfl X: Districts I Field City Mining Bbeep & I MorobaU' Solvent j I Total '' H jjjl - I Lind Property Property Imp'ta Horse Cattle Posta 8wlue 1 Bees diao Machinery! Credits Money 'Per. Prop Value H D Paragoooah I 43,032 mHo 19,015 8,480 10,085 38,504 JiHD 110 1,606 2,207 3,513 1,300 0,472 113,'OUl T ;M M v Parowan 7...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 May 1910

MBl '- ..."' .;.' " ' ' ' """""'" !' -- " ''. . . . m Iron County Record I H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. 4 2, 4 H ALEX. H. ROLLO tutu H x ,. .. ........ x H ESTA3LI8HED DECEMBER, 1893. Hj 9 KNTtRCO AT TMt CCOAIJ CITY POtT- Y M 2 or?ice as oicoho clas"uattir. y M aufiacmPiioN $i.o pun viar H 2 ALWAYS IN AOVAHGC. J B Friday, Hay 13, 1910. B Bouquet For 1 Iron Couty Mfn, H The following taken fret the H Washington Oouaty Newt Is h H portion of m letter eent Iron, Enter. H pr.ie aad pqbllnbed la, that paper. H It shows ooBcloalvety what the H correspondent, thinks of the energy of H the iron County people who have be H ootae Interested Ja that Motion of H country H We a I bo have another grubber at M work down through the joint sago WM brush, of from one to alx feet high, H by eight honea wbloh also la dolug H exoellont work. Thla li supervised 9 by Charles Unlet formerly of Siibw M ' mlt, Iron Co., and fi, T. Hunt of H Enterprise We wish Iron Co. to H aotlce that If they have any more H men and ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 May 1910

- ; Itheme From Branch ' ? Normal English Class. ii A DOUBT. I hnd boou rending Iugoraoll'a Lectures." The sharp, clear reason- p In the ono entitled, "The Gods," dbfkblned with tho ellftbt touoh of rlionle ic contained, appeal! strong , tyto mei aU(l strange doubts assailed y Inexperienced soul. Overhead. the tall troas shut out the rays of the afternoon sun. while the dark clumps , rf- underbrush on every side aided fri clouding my mind. My reason, tpgatbor witb an inherent something, Kled out that what 1 bad read waa aet true. My faith taken away, was tare anything left to make life beautiful? Was It beautiful? Did it really contain auytblng to oe desired 'tkt, when gained, fully MtsQed the Wpotions it had 'aroused?' The ek&dowa of the forest, like those of fas mlad, deepened as 1 reasoned. wy brow -grew hot .and faverlah as argument after argument that 1 ad- rafioed seemed unable to meet, sat- . Jfrfaotorily, the incisive statements that bad so muob destroyed my peaae ' of m...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 May 1910

bbbsbBb- AbbsI bbbbbbbbbi "jH H J " ' '' '" mum I mmtmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummwmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmxmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . i ;H H Local Items. H Men's oouitort shoe GOo at 0dr 1 8bap 8tor. H Moat oompleta llae of Bnces la tbo H oltjr. 0dar Sheep Store. H OmM goods at balf prlea, Tfeura B day, May 19tb, 1010. Gtrlar Sheep H Tb brows leghorn, the lien that H Jays, are all fall blood cblokess. H Eggs at QOo H dozen at Abe Webb'r. H H ' Men' Drera Hhirta reflufar prloe H ill. '20 and 81 00, asllltig at tho Ge- M dar Sheep Store Thursday, May lUtb, H three for 91.00. H Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Knell retursed H from a trip to Pinto where tbey had H tosti on a abort visit to frienda and H relative. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt H f Mr. and Mra. KheurRhaurd of H JElHlnore, are lu town, visiting wltb B Mra Vm. Middletos, the mother of H Mra. ilheurgeaurcf. H And now 1m I die Smith holda hit H bead a notch or two higher, aud for H the tame reason that an many other H wen do, that of b...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 May 1910

&M ""l9HMBMB199919IM99999k I 1 I Iron County Record. I I Vol. J 7. Cedar GtWIron County, Utah, Friday, May 20, 1910. No. 24 i I NORMAL STUDENTS I ENTERTAINED. H YeBHg-McH and Werner of Cedar Give: H Gala Part)'. Hi .Staid Professors Forget Themselves H fitnil Enjoy the Festivities Like H Young People. H 'Tbo young pcoplo of Codar, wish- H 'log to show their appreciation of the H 'Branoh Normal and what it hns douo H for up. Invited nil tho s'tudeuts and H teachers of (he Normal to a lawn par- B ty Wedbesday evoulug. Tho weather H was delightful, tho warm sun and M Renllo breeze making it ideal for auab H fau affair. H 'Tho RooBts oild tho oncB who were H 'to entertain met nt Miss Mamo Par H ry'd about G o'clock, After thpy j 'had nil nssomblod tboy weto taken M nor 0(8 tho street to Win. P. Huutor'a H lot, whoro they separated Into croups. M -Somo played "twos nod throes;" H Borne "drop tho handkerchief, " somo M "Jacob nnd Rutb," and somo played H different dames of onrda. ltwa...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 May 1910

Iron County Record Hr CEDAR CITY, UTAH, 4 i J B . ALEX. H. ROLLO I I - B E3TA0LISHCD DECEMBER, 1803. H H JP INTKRIO AT THC CCOAR CITY POST , HH 4n OfriCK AS atCOHO CLAI MATTIR. (n H I "fv" I g 8UB0CMPTIOH $I.BO PER YfcAR H A ALWAVO IM ADVANCE-, ty H Friday, flay ao, 1910. EMPLOY HOME TEACHERS. H It la about time for the trtmteoi to H, tleolde on the teaoliota they will em H ploy for (he coming noliool year, Mini H we would suggtxt that they tnke In H to ooiiMlderatlon that we hnve rxouk Hj ua Juat aa irell qualified tenohers as H can bo secured In aoy country. H Aa at) evldeuae of the above aiser H tlon ono only nonds to refer to the H dietrlot hoIiociI grnduAtoa who havo at H tended the Normal, and It will be H found thftt thoio atudents tmifiht by H lioroti tflHohera are by far tho strong H eat, aa tholr oredlta will afllrm. Hi! Tli I a plnn of Rending off for nrln H olpnlt whan we have fully qualillort H men at homo, ought to bo atopped. H It la far better to employ our own H peo...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 May 1910

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Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 May 1910

I 5 jB RECORD SUPPLEMENT. 1 I , Cedar City, Utah, May 20f 1910 M jj - . A Satisfied Cuitomer. W Vou niHy bring oiutomora to yonr ; s store once by shrewd nohemen nud S mlvertlslrjj, but you oaq uot hold , them bv thin mentis alone. UoleM ti M BHtUfy tbvin, lve tbem uood ,(,t th1u for their money, you can not ,-' Induce thorn to ootue Hgaln Hut the ,'n HtUUed oiiBtomer la a perpe ual j adfertUeinent. He uot only aotoei Haln himself, but be neudi his i( friends, and tboy furnlib a pemotual ,;'t month to month advertUemtDt which jgi gives stnblllly and pflrimtneioe to a l business which oun nevor ootne from ,jj mere newspaper advertising Many youuu men going luto .; buslueH seem to think that price Is ,fy the ouly element that enters Into 4 uomptltlon But It Is trail? ouly r oue of muy There may be a bo re q of reasons besldei price why customers P Hook to oue store and pats by a drzeu om half. empty stores on their way. For tIi1 Instance, a great many people never H lexru to depe-i 1 ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 May 1910

1 i0mnam ' '-' ' '- '' " '' " ' ' ' IL "",UI - -; -- - ' limn ! ! mi ii i H Jp KE? OF DEATH, Hfc Story of Italian Methods In Hr Mediaeval Times. HE By F. A. MITCHEL. jv (Copyright, 1910. b American Press Asso- Bf When Venice was mistress of the IK mnritluic world slic attracted innuy jHf young men desirous of profiting by her IK commercial lulrnntngus. Among them JB yrns ono Giuseppe IYsscro, who went H thero from Home. Pessero was of B good family nnd had been luttmnte B with the Iiorglns, the I'nrnoso nnd W other grent families nt n time when m the Itnllnns wero very skillful In get- ting lid of those who stood In their f wny by menus of poison. ( One nftcrnoon, whllo being pulled in y n gondola from St. Mark's down to- ward the lUnlto, Pessero passed a barge r In which sat n vision of loveliness. . i "Giovanni!" exclaimed Pcssero when the two boats had passed. "Who Is that lady'r" "That, slgnor," replied the gondolier, 'ls SIgnorlua Frnncescn del Prombo." "Turn, Giovanni turn at ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 May 1910

i AERIAL FLIGHT, H Up to Date Romance In Which a H Flying Machine Plays a Part. H My IRA TEN tROECK. H (Copyright, 1810, by American Vreta As H "Hut, Jnck, dcrtrl wouldn't dare," B chattered Molly In n flutter of excite- B 'IXcm, you will, Molly," ntiswcrod H Jncl: Wyster luipulfllvuly. H ' ''Just till ti Ic of tho novelty of an 1 clpliviucnt In n llyliiK inncliltio. The H UukIc Irt lu tiptop Bhnpo, uutl there H iHU't u bit of thinner, ho innko.up your R bthul to go this afternoon. Ho nt the 5"ilctl nt 2 o'clock, dear U nod by I" hiiltig her plityfully, ho rnn down the Vit(Ufl nnd In tho direction of thu field v 5S'"r' ',o "u ljot'" ,,y," o,,t a n"( B' Horoplnuc. I B 'Jllly Wlndon ntnothercd nn Impulse ppi ,iCcn" ,i,n lmc,c nn(I (c" ,ier ,icfl,i PBVh rUrotij; lover that hIiu could not go with PBVb film, hut she hcHltntcd, nnd In thnt lit PpB jstnnt .Inch dlNiippcnrt(d n round tho PHj , Tioiiae, Hlie Niched deeply to unlet her PpB oxclted ncrvoH ntul fell hnd( languidly Ppi into tho ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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