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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 June 1910

4- BM " J ' J - - - - - -I I - -T 1 Sxtracts Srom Sxchanges. j I...... . Tho road to a bank is tbo road to Wealth. Siloucc glvoa consent but novor tnonoy. ' . At last Colonel Roosevelt h home from Africa. A lazy man is never too lazy to invent an excuse for his laziness. i Sotno ono will bo asking tbo statu chemist to test tho milk of human kindness. " There can bo no succmful consorvnt , '' ion of natural resources policy that Is -,- not based on common sonso. l i Tho Stato fool inspector declares that tho tomato catsup manufactured i v in Utali is not fit for consumption. Tho tnarrlago of Theodora Uoosovolt .Tr. and Miss Eleanor Alexander was solommlzed Monday at New York. A cheap motorcycle will make moro noise than a first class automobile which shows there is something human about it. If tho farmer are not making hay whilo tho sun shines it is their own - fault, for thero is a superabundance of sunshine Some people aro shocked by coming in contact with u disagrceablo object I w...

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. — 24 June 1910

I We are impairing to make room for our fall and winter lines and will have some ex- I ceptional bargains in all lines next Tuesday aui Welaestlay. J; I Specials in All Department at a reduction of 30 per C3nt- Dry Goods at cost, Notions at Knockdown Prices. I H 030.l3r trwsro ca3TSo 23o Do.o'fe forget "t2aL -taanoiOo 0o?3jo.s s&s&y 1 I Midsummer Clearance Sale at tHe People's Store. I I EGilTIT.ik.BLE CO-OP. 33'lSr. , i, i. H Local Items. H Mr. Oltiytnti Mlloliall of F.irowmi, H w.i tho ttodt. of Mien Ireuo Uanliold H Sunday. H Tlio wiilur in Con I Ctuclc In hold- H l up bolter ,Uiun who DXpnotuil nml H tho fnrmiirn now foul (tint thy will H linve nndloltMit to miituro nil urnpu. H A uumbor of Din fiiuudrf of MI-h H m" 13 1 1 M'ltlioHon woru InvlUxl to upend H tlio nvonliif nt hr liomo Mouilny to H onloforntii lior lilrthriiiy. A vtiry on H joyiiblo t lino whs Inil. H .Tito Krnln crop In tho mverul IUIiIb H In hmwIi up wnJl. ii nil lir itiu ex H troini ilrotiKht or otlur cl...

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. — 1 July 1910

4re ze Going to Make the County Fair a Success This Fall? s H Iron County Record. I if "Vol. J 7. " 7Ccdar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, July J, 1910. No. 30 BBi H ' m' "' '" '"" ' .. . !.-- in m .n.i.1... ...,.-ii. , , . . .i.mw . -..-.,., . i.-,.... , ,, . .I,, .,,,. i-.. I I...I. .-i...... i i,--. - HH I. WILL DRILL FOR WATER. Is I' Work to Commence it the Near 1 Future Local Men 1 Interested i A compony-of men, including D I 0. Bulloob. U. T. -Jones, P. W. .1 Mlddloton and S A. Hlgbee, bnvo purabnEcd an oil drill from tho Star I Orotccni Oil Oo. Mr. Spenser of I; Virgin City hue been up looking I' over tbo country with a view to 1 direoting tlin work, lu drilling for I' water, a Tbo drill will bo put into opern- ' r tation on tbo Iligbeo ranch eomo n timo in tho very ueur futuro Momben 1 of tbo company foci ooullldent of I scouring n lutgo How of water In I vnrloua parts of tbo vnlloy. ttiUB 1 greatly increasing tbo valuo of tbolr I land. The project will undoubtedly 1 proro M...

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. — 1 July 1910

I Hj ...-- ... - I nil II III J Jill I I 111 If 111 11-111 I I I III I III !! I 1 Mli'li"W""'' Iron County Record s H uutp viv rio ai l & CEDAR CITY. UTAH. H I; ! t, I ALEX. H. ROLLO H 'I ESTAnUSHED OECEMQtn, 1803. iCHTERCO AT THE CKOAR CITY POST- OFPICB AO 81COHD CLACS MATTEfl. ty 4,. ,... ... . X auuocRiPTion $i.bo per vtAit j ALWAYS III AOVANCI. 'V H Frldny, July i, 1910. I WHAT SCHOOL? M Uavo you dtoldrxl wlioro your buyH And ttlrla aro to attend solinjl next wlntorV if not, It Ih full tlmo thai B tlio mnttnr Ijn ((Ivan onroful oonridor M nllon. In limiting (i oholnu nrnomr tho B Holioola of thu btnto you will do woll H to kIvo tlio lintuuli Normal your fl nroforeuno. Why Imvo your hoy or B girl ho fnrthur form hoiun tlinii M tiuocaaiiry, or ko to nu In&tltutlou H whloh oltors a J I full Hohool oourso In M no way Hupnrlor to tlmt oirorod hv H tho Uriinoli Normal? m AhUIo from Kb IjoIiiu convonlontly H Inoatod and linnua ninro doslrablu to fl aturirmta of flouthorn Utah, ...

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. — 1 July 1910

- I i i - - ----- - ,- , mm i i ,! l.i t .................... ....................- ..., .......i..Xl ! Sxtraets Srom Sxchanqes. Woro It not Unit ralsory loves com lnoy there would bo littlo sooioty. In fistio clicle3 in Heno, its who's who. In illvorao circles, its who's whose. The resorts ut Stilt Lakoaro running at thoir full capacity tilnco tho hot weather has been ou. Great preparations tiro bolap; mado at Provo for tho outortaiuuicnt of tho U. 0. T. next week. J A great many mon aro very anxious to witness tho battlo of "black and white," which is schodulod to com o oil" " ' ' at Reno, N"jv. Of course povorty is im disgrace, but its ti measly sluuiio when a homely ylrl's faco is her fortune. Ncw.Torsoy has a mayor who asks tho citizens to come around once a week I . , and register their kicks. i t All people litivo Somo good quality, , ' but to llud it sometimes is os hard as 1 hunting a needle In a haystack. v ' Tho man who originated tho Jioop o skirt idea, for which ho rece...

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. — 1 July 1910

B t H , , , .... . I "COHTINnATIOITSALiE. I Wc have Shoes and Oxfords for Laiies aii Children that we offer for a price that is below cost. I DRY GOODS. I Summer Goods still to be disposed of at less than cost. We are Headquarters for Quality and Price. ., Do your I business with us. We divide the Profits with you. NO ONE ELSE DOES THAT. I OJEIXAJR EQUITABLE "r-TJio Store TTlnvfc I3 clouds to rJ?liG 3Peoile." H -a" ' 1 1 n I Local Items. H Don't fall to boo tint "Llvln Finn" B lioro on tho l1ourtli. H - (Junollno nt lliu Hi-aorrl Ollloo ut H dOo por gallon. m A Kovnrninoiit outvoyor la horn m looking ovor Miiyhcw II. Dulley'a Lu , work. h j Mr. Dnrrlolc, roprcnoutliiK (he ',, H 0, M. 1. crookery dopiirtmont, wiih H In town tlila wank. 9r 'Hip mid nil rumor olouranon unlo nt H tlio ISqultnblo tho lord putt of tlio H wimk wnti a Iiuko KucoorH. H MIih Nolllu Lunt nntertiilnoil n R- crowd of lior youaii frlondn lurt 1VI- H diiy ovoiiIiik, H Outilol Btopliona litis urnutoil it bum B on l...

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. — 8 July 1910

B BbLsbbbbbbsLbI bbbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbbI I saeaVsfl I' Are we Going to Make the County Fair a Success This Pall? ,. H . Iron County Record. . I Vol. 17. Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, July 8, 1910. No 31 H BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBafl i n . , . , . ,. i ihii -, . -i - . . . . BH CEDAR CELB- I URATES SANELY. Day Passed in About The Usual Way in Cedar Alcctlng in The Alorulng Very well Attended Sports of The Best Ui.od Dance. Tho "glorious Fourth" duffueil lu Codar with n terrltllo wind, wjiloh ounliuued nil duy mora or hta 6troug uutll eroding whou it subsided. Not wlthbtaudlug this ff.ot nti ltuniouso utowd of pouplo woro in attendance lit tho morning oxerolsod held lu tho Ward Hall. Ttio linll mis crowded to ( ltd fulloat extent mid ovou stuudlng '1 room wtia not to ue iind. J Tbo prcgmui uoinuiittec was die- M upnointod in a umubor of tbt-ir beet pntti, but thooa who did respond dirt M themselves "proud." About tbo most fl iuteratlug part uu the program whs m tho "llvltig iljg" by u orow...

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. — 8 July 1910

I H . . B 1 Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY. UTAH. f H ? "" '4- B T AL(X. H. ROLLO H! mm . H 4 ESTAOtlSHED DECEMBER, 1803. T H T H EHTSASD AT THC OCOAH ClfV PO0T- H , pfrice At bccomo claso matt, p. j : ' LBUBflCWIPTION $I.BO PER YtAR ALWAVO III AOVANCB. V H Friday, July 8, i9o. TIlftUM; COURTESY (?). H About four wooku ho tho Still M Lake Dally Trlbuno onotl ooiiiIiik B with tho Uooord'g rogulur oxoIjhiiou. H Wo wonj at n loas to uitilorntHin why. H Using lit Suit Luko City lnat weok H th editor of tlilo jiapor oullod nt tho H Trluutio ollleo tu HuoortHlu tho ohuri. H We oxpootcil h jileHNiuit frntorniil ohat, H H8 Iinh hIwiijh heretuforo hoen nooord H ed Ua there. JuiIko of our eurprlao H when eunroaly hoforo tho uhuhI, B ordinary, and oomtnonplHOO wordu of H groetln woro upokoti h mighty volume H of HhuH of Uih Utah country imporu H Kenurnlly, Hnd thnlr odltora partlo- H ularly, whs pourod out upon ua with H siioh rapidity, volubility, and boat ha H to almost ntoKKor ue. It oamo ...

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. — 8 July 1910

A 199Hi v HHI - ' 5 j. , i,. huh - I Sxtracts Srom Sxcfianges. An nutomobi'.o that strikos n woman should boushiuned or itssolf. Tho prlco paid for their product gives hens the exaggerated ogg o. - Summer suhool at tho University thU season promises to bo or even groater success than It has In former v. ' years. IX """ - At last tho great battle at Itono Is over and tho "black" gained suprema- . cy. No doubt tho "cullud" people aro a greatly enjoying that fuct. AConnolluutt woman died of joy, , , -' caused by receiving a Inrgc sum In ' cash. It Is not, however, a complaint ,'; , which Is catching '4 , p California fears an invasion of ' ( trained liens Tho general Impression f " , has been thai amateur liens were jiut as annoying as tho professional. Au cnglneor who ran his engine In to u train ahead of him '.ijsthnt the , Lord ordered him to do It, thus predl v eating another case of orders gone ' ' v A awry in transmission. t Now that mere man has secured a ' footing In Chicago 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. — 8 July 1910

H Local Items. B And now foi tlio Twenty lfytirlh. Hj in ail 1i i Miaf K .!o lin Jflolotor mi 3 u Fourth .visitor B ill ..! til ll B Albnrt Mtithls U a "yfaltor lu town B tills wctik H Alf jt Ti Adams f Pntwan w a B vtatioi'.tn tow n pslorday. H AtttbygU'l was born -to Mr. and H MiH, Win. Mnolarbui ynrilerday. H i)o, Mater epont tSo Fourth at H iMii'td with MimTlirtrMflu Knell. H Mr Mli;lo Wubntar, who "Ian H Ijuoii mo 111 tlm pufit week, fa slowly H Improving, H mmmmmm I H If you itoQil nloc, (refill J Into jtlst H null -fio tloliti Do von Ho will oupply H your wan to, B Tlmuxtoiislon to.tliu wittor aitom H has boon Auibliori ntlastniid tliu water H Is now lu ilia pi pas. B i ' i - II in I Ml H Mr, John Joroph, foriaorJy a H imhrtol tunatiur here, spent a fuw duya H in tWu tli In wtok. H ! iwni i iiii, nm i H A crowd of youiiM rmojilo of Gsdnr H left Sunday inoruiiiK to spend a fow H (I ay A la thu mount ulnw. B MIm Margolin Mntlnnon, nho Iiiib H 1kmo vmltlnh' In FilPiWan tu pint t...

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. — 15 July 1910

I Are we Going to Make the County Fair a Success This Fall? 1 I Iron County Record. I YP1 ,7- Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, July J5, 1910. No. 32 ; H n . i m 1 1 .ii in i y? v ' gggga I GRIM REAPER I VISITS GEDAR; gfg i J ,-, H ' IJiHtiful Ywag Girl Is Tke Victim I V.'fCtftaKl. Funeral Services Held Tuesday AC- H "Jternoon QrVat Sympathy Ex- 9 . prated fer Family; Again Cedar ban beeu called to part wfth one of Its loved members from the elleot of typhoid. Mlsa Iva ijlfe, daughter of Joa. S.-Flfe, after autrcr tog for a month froaY the dretkd dls ee, Buaoumbed Sunday afternoon. All that careful nursing and medical attention oould do was of no avail aad attdr a hard straggle death final ly claimed its fair young vinCitn. . "Funeral aervioo? wore held Tuesday at'C p. m. in theJtaJjoi'uHClej whlob was beautlfiilly draped lu whlto and atprofuaiOBe of 'floral tributes The speakers, Jos. II. Armstrong, Alex G. Matbeaon, G. V. Deoker and lip. it. VI. Lunt, all spoke of the pure, uo...

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. — 15 July 1910

H , r I I Cedar Sheep Association 1 I I I PRICE WRECKING CLEARANCE SALE. I I ONE DAY ONLY. THURSDAY, JULY 2 1ST, 1910. J M I We have completed taking inventory and have some exceptionally I ' I f good values to offer you. I ? I I YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS THEM. $ I SHOES! SHOES! . SHOES!. f ? I Regular $3.50 at 2.00 Regular $2.10 at 1.25 Regular $130 at 80c f - Regular $2.80 at 1.60 Regular $1.75 at 1.00 Regular $1.10 at 75c j ALL WOOL VOILES ALL WOOL SUITINGS PLAIDS 42 inch goods, Regular $1.10 at 60c. 42 inch goods llegular $1.25 at 75c. Regular 45c goods at 20c and 15c. ft The summer season of Lawns is practically over and we are closing our stocK out at Half price. , STARTLING REDUCTIONS IN WINDOW CURTAINS AND RUGS. REMNANTS IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS AND TRIMMING BRAIDS. & V ' MENS' DRESS SHIRTS, 3 for $1.00. HOSIERY, Regular 25c at 15c. CHILDREN'S BELTS at 15c. ' fc DUTCH COLLARS lOc. Tailor Made SKirts, Waists, Muslin Underwear at Greatly- Reduced Prices. We have genui...

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. — 15 July 1910

HfiHflH H MI 1V ' f "Our Mountain Trip." t , The following tells tho story of ft week spent in tbo mountains by ono of jtho crowds of young people from CecU ? , r, written by a young lady of tbo com , ' - A'- " i 'Tbo sun hnd not yot risen s When wo left our bappy borne, ,And with a roerry party Proceeded tbo canon to roam. Not ono of us hnd breakfasted And o'er we bad journoyed far, One of the hungry party Called "Lunch in tho 'Dining Car. A slice of currant bread apiece, A can of apple sweet; A spread at a royal banquet Would not have been such a treat. The rocks, the rills and mountains Filled us with delight; The world seemed naught but aunshlna "Wherein there was no night. We thought of all our own home folk Of those we love so dear; And wished that they were with us To eojoy the beauties here. Beautiful works of nature, God6 handiwork of art All made us Iotc this world of ours In which we havo a part. We strolled into a coal mine, Where all was dark and drear; We thought 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. — 15 July 1910

H Local Items. fllflflH HIIIIIMWI ! IIMW H The Sheop Store was oloiod Woduea i H day for atook taking. B How did the retarBH cf the olootloo H of A trnitea ault you. H " Mr. Ilaaa Root cama In from Lund H Alftfida, returning that night. , H We ire very glad to rte jou bone H again. Mr. Rollo. "the AhkoIb." H Calvin Pondlotoo, who ha hnon j H out of town several month, U feone "t ) H Mr. liana Root oarae In (rotn Lnnd ( H TuMday to attend the funeral ef her I H aelea, Iva File. H t I )t Wra. f Ihlnter la fitMttng la f P how bars on fats lot on Mala ? Street. y . H The MlHflsa Melt Gorlett and Fannie H Wttjkar left Sunday to upend a few M da$ In Salt Lake. , ; S H Mr. and Mr. David 0m well, ef C H StJoeeob; Mo,,' am here visiting ? H with relatives. H Mta IIatte Milliliter, who liaa ben H vliltlng at Knternrlaa (or tome time, t H returned hpttaffufrhday. H ,110RN: To Mr. and Mrs. Iaaae H Parry, n Una bahy girl tho latter H nart of laV week. H A baby Waa'born to'Mr. and Mrr, H (Jaerge ...

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. — 22 July 1910

T - pppHHHBmffln I i ' I I 4 re we Gomg to Ma the County Fair a Success This Fall? I Iron County Record. I I Vol. J 7. i " Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, My 22, WO. " No. 33 I Twenty-fourth I ;; CELEBRATION. fieaeral Committee Meet and Arratigo $ Details $$ RellglousJSirvlces Sunday Afternoon - Patriotic Services Monday Alorn c lng in the Tabernacle. ,'STtao general committee appointed tfr the city cooacil to arrange for a utilebratton of Pioboor 'day met at the "residence cf Edward Parry yeetprday mcrnlng arid 'arranged for a sane celebration, appointing tho various subcommittees, program of seivloos fbr Suuday atternoou as well aaMou day morning. They havo had but little time and have worked enthusias tically and energetically to fill the obligation pittoed upon them, and the various members of tho nub com mittees should join with them aud make every effort to bavo tho celobrn tlon n buoopsh. Following is tho program for tbo two days: Raising of the flag at Sunrise , by Mar...

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. — 22 July 1910

.H H ' . '" ' -. " - - ' ..,.., ... j - h m I Iron County Record I H I CEDAR CITY, UTAH. '; B MM y H ALEX. H. ROLLO BBBaaal T . 4 H ESTAUUSHEB BECLMItR, IS93. I H 7 BHTBIUD AT THC CCOAIt CITY POST X H Z OPPICS At IICOHO CLASS MATTIR. & H ? SUBSCRIPTION $1.80 PER YtAR H ALWAYS IN AOVANCK. J H Friday, July 33, 1910. H ST. fiEORfifi RAILK0A9. B Southern Utaa Had adjacent parts B of Arizona acid Nevada are to be oon B gratulated an the Incorporation of B the Iroa Mountain, St George A B (JraBd Canyon Railroad company B wMeh will supply the necessary B ntodera transportation faollltiea for B that rtgloa. If the company IH aueoeads la carrying out Ita plans, B the deTelopneat of that entire B territory will prooeed with rapid B atrldea According to the prospeetus, B the oonpaay deems It advisable Id B the aear fnture to extend the line B from St. George, Utah, to near the B north of the Rio Virgin, and thenoe B southerly to Chloride or some suitable B point, say Kingman, on the Atoble...

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. — 22 July 1910

k "' i---------eiwi jB-HBBHBCiW! H3 ifll H hI I 1HI K! 19 i I THE POPE AN EARLY RISER H State of H.is Health Most Satisfactory H Long Reigns of Recent Occu lt ",, Pnt of Papal Chair. H The pope baa become btoutoK than H be was Rnd leas Inclined lo physical Bxtfrtlon. but altogether he la more ro ll bust and finds mental labor less of a burden. Of one thing be Is proud, as fl ho says, namely; that be la the earl teat riser In the whole Apostolic pal ce, as It la his constant practise to Cat up at dawn, a habit which he htm self saya dates from his early child H hood, whoa he waa obliged to get up "with the sun In order to hare time to do his lessons and to cover barefooted, ji the several miles which separated htm I from the nearest school. I Tke excellent state of his health jj makes people wonder whether the life Ij which the head of the Roman church re has Imposed upqn himself since the II fall of the temporal power, that is to 1 say, of remaining always within the Vatican, is not...

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. — 22 July 1910

H FARM NOTES. Hj Any fnrmor can tnnko bin farm a H tnodnl with time, planning and work. H Getting along with anything tluit H will ilo Ih not making thu tnont of con- H llltlOIIH H With com, nit with nnlmnln, do not H forever ho mixing arid crossing broods. H By fertilization, cultlvntlon and bo- H lootlon, try to Improvo tho hrood, and 1 ncod corn to noil. H It Ih bent to manure corn Ground In Hj tho winter nnd plow or dink It under M In tho spring. m lSvury hnakuopor nocdn ono or tnoro B hookn on hua culturo, denting with tho M keeping of huoH. m Fnrmors In gonarnl now nro build H JnK In n tnoro nuhstnntliil way. The fl two of concrete la responsible for a H m Now corn ah part rntlon In good M for horsea doing fnll work, nnd It hi fl oxoollcnt for fattening beef cuttlo, B Corn Hhould not bo planted on nod B which wnn hrokon up thin nprlriR for B tho llrnt tlino until Into In tho nannon. B Tho bnrn not on n concroto foundn- B tlon lookn fiuliHtnntlnl, nnd It Is no, B nnd will InBt ...

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 July 1910

" - - - . H r - . fvhh WfcBUR R NE5BIT O, the murmuring drip of the ruin from the envs . And tho melody sweat that the murmur Inn weaves, TIs memory-melody born of the heart In tho simplest of strnlns, of tho com monest art. Yet tho drip nnd the drop of tho rnln In . -tho night Times n lyrical Unking of laughter and - ; light. v. In the drowsiest, dreamiest, dimmest re- . fraln ! Comes tho sour of tho summer, of meadow and lane,, i Of the bees In the clover, and roses In J bloom, , And of breezes that wafted a wondrous perfume ,,' For the musical drip of tho rain mur- murs on In a sons of tho days that arc vanished M and. gono. p ' It Is sleepily-soft and Is solemnly-sweet 1 As the measures all mellowly rlso and re- ' peat, . And In memory now I have Journeyed 7 afar , Down the paths of the past whero our " treasuries are: I And with boyhcart athrlll I lie hushed. V J . .In tho dusk 3gS While tlio air brings a tang of tho mint 'M and tho musk. 'UfclV . A"4 tho shadows that sway In t...

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. — 22 July 1910

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