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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 25 November 1898

I SAD WAS HER LOT. nOMANCEOF A PRETTY FRENCH DANUINQ ainL. Ah Was Won by Cornell Coll.t rrofxMor Who I L.I T.o tunj u.j lUbll. Ir tier VVIilow nt ah. ll.Urn. to III Slate. OfTjIfv will recall the -jCjIp beautiful Krtnch sOrt&Sl dancer, Nad Hey Vi&$ v'- " introduc &Vn jy in America a be tfiKrVT witching t e c trie lireiujftL dance. Here he irftUSOs chanced to meet a - d I a 1 1 n g u I shed scholar, who a at the tlmo connected with the itatt ot Cornell university Dissimilar a th two were, a friendship at once prung up between them Tho profeor was Dr. C. P. Verganven, ot the department of modern language, Cornell, who bad rccrlrcd from the great German unl veraltltei the title of Mailer ot Arts and Doctor of Philosophy. The wo man for whom he ahowed tbua curious Infatuation, a I'arlalan by birth, had come dlrcctljr from the mualc ball of Europe where her entire life had been apent. Thla friendship aoon deepened Into a more actions attachment. Ac quaintance of both, In thei...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 25 November 1898

I SIR WILLIAM CROOKES H Has Staitlcd the World by a Prediction The H Wheat Supply Has Reached Its Maximum. MN 1IIB presidential addrem before the Hrltlth Association for the Advance ment at Science at Hrlstol Sir Wll Ham Cronkee erled that the world haa nearly reached lit mail mum eupply of (jn wheat umlrr pre- BBI lent comtltlona and that unless ehem- BB Ittrr ran atep In tu Inrrraee this sup- B ply w must expect "universal dearth " BBB Sara 8lr William 1 'In 1171 the bread eaters of the j world numbered JJIOOOOoo In IM1. BBI the numbers rote to licoonooo. In IS91 BBI to 47J 00.000. and at the present time BBI they number CIS ioo.ooo The atigmcn- BBh tatlon of the world's bread eating iop- BBB uUtlon In a geometrical ratio la evl BB deneed by the fart that the yearly ag BBI f regain grow prngrreslrely larger In H the early '70s they rote 4,300 000 per BH annum, while In the '0s tlier Inrrresed H by more than 6 000 00(1 per annum, ne- B oesaltatlng annual addition! to the BBB bread ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 25 November 1898

JH Tlio Arabs show Ihelr friendliness, H when Meeting, by (hiking hands six or eight time. A rah. of distinction go I. "jB yend thk-theyembncreachothersereral 'J9 ,D" Ilia grealcal tligrlmgm to the Holy ' Ijiml an undertaken by the Husslans. It Jicolculntol Ihst ltems(ui.Hfl,y jfl llussbkna tlll Palasll it every year B In Franc the pawnshops are run bjr lbs fl government ijM llordeoux. franco lias onlercd clc trh i rain. H Tcubcsco lias l:i7 varieties of wool I (mm, i 1 Consumption "9 Do not think for a single M moment that consumption will I ever ilrike you a tuJJcn blow. m lldoea not come thstwsy. m It creeps Ita y along. S riral, you think It li a little fl coM; nothing but a Utile hick fl lng cough; then a little lost In I a weight: then a harder cough; I a then the (ever and the night 8 sweats. I The suddenness comes when M you have hemorrhage. I Better stop Ihe disease vhllo H It Is yet creeping. M You can do It with flAycr,s J cuerry j PClIi You first notice that ou cough les...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 25 November 1898

H 0OALVILLE TIMES. H coiavii.t.E, CTAH. nov. 84W- H F. 14. riNNEO, Udltnr and U'n't' BBBBJ rr B Wntx Clah'e netl PenatorT B ' Wat It hell, bat thtl plate Mnt b' H wmpitM to the limprtnr of H edjter who mltiet tn lito ol hli piper, Hi etpaeltlly II It It ttioaiht at roneh el Bj Ti Tntit- H U tonvinallon llh linn. Alnl M EldrtJn, w.l.irn lht It meeting B et tb BUU Btpubllrtn Central 0nv H xgltte b railed- muting whleb he H hat reqaeiled-end they deride thit M mUtolthtMtoin,ll llobetlt li M ' eVrngreu It idvliM,lht ht will enter M the rantett irvl prniteut th lnuet H with the urn vigor lint hit tanled on H (htramralgn. M TiuHiairrxoDer penedeir Qttletly M 'inCcitillle.trid Irora theefforti made H prtrlooily by oar thtrlttbly Inclined M c etiiot, w think tint thicken. H "Turkey, or dock grated tha UbU of H mill) rrtrjr poor (n.lly In ton. M There ire Hit Vlad el Chrliltln acta H that s teth hiatt, end II lhr am Pol H eiatrdtd.tbertlintthlng Hot alllbe. H Th hurlMit.boaiti wt cloaeddm- M...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

T-BE Ooallle Times. PATRONIZE HOtil INDUSTRY. DBVOTBD TO THU UffrtMP t h SUMMIT OOTJMTT. I FREE COINAGE OF SILVER, IS Tt 1 MWffiXlg VOL V COALVILLE, SUMMIT COUNTY, UTlI. I RIDAY, DECEMBER i, 1898. j(0 4, HBK THE COUNTY NEWS I 1 in i'eot, UUtt, .No SO, 16M8 - rnmiMTiut. I ; IViaa aaril Iii.iim iiai unt rm lM Ix-ruml iltr iiuirflation I'ntllpiiimnoiitMlllli Mk will'd f llit! ilmiatl mi lor III" MaUu llmue lie mil ( 11 him Hi jtlwiiw anl aitiuitiiit-nt hall In Iwlns talknl '' ShimiiI ill mr iltlniia allnulnl llw imilliiii nl Kutn.m un Sini'luy A. M. Limit Ucoiilriniilallii.' Haiti uiiiil.iiililtmcin l'lirkOUy ami "111 niotvlilafainll) lliin" "' ll''" 'I'" link J 1" lalimr. Jr. iinl 0 WllUtia wtnt in Mill iJilu tl'y " """I") "i" Mill iiliirn Imiiiouii Wudiuatlay, liwiiK-U Millintr I- vlouljr rtouw In; (inn llie mviilrlil limlilili III" V waa I token l n Initio (ullliitf on him Tlm iffiitlrinnii h tilrlit lu 1 ilnwii limn tl.iili In lie llnl lim " ilia atvlilt-nt. lelir I' IVuimhi, liii....

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

COALVILLE TIMES. TIHU rtllUiHlMU ou COAI VILLI. - - UTAH UTAH NBWS. Thanksgiving day m elaWleIy celebrated it Angel Island by lattery C Utah volunteer. Two linnlrnl ami fifty thownnd pound of t 1 nil Migar wat marketed III M mtana last week the greater partnl which nrul to Unite HI Colonel otlng troop nf rngllHr HI will lie the flnt of the United HtatM HJ troop t reaoh llafana tint placing HJj Utah In tlie lead usual HJ Merchants IlinruRhual tlieatittc liart HJ made great preparation! for the lioll HJ day kcatnn llian for several year patt HJ All am sanguine that a good tralr HJ await tlicm HJ The tiiprrlntendrnt of tehool id HJ Hall Lake City report that during tin HJj pail month II Ma pupil were enrolled HJ In the public school It Ml of the num HJ tier being girl and ft 703 lmy HJ Owlug lit the recent Increase In traf HJj fie, both tasscngrr au I frrlghti tin HJ Oregon Hhorl I.I no lia placed onlera fill HJ a large amount of new rolling eUiek HJ and will otherwise Imprnre lit rood...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

ffAItai AND OAItUES." MATTBng OP INTKR3T TO AOIllOULTUniSTS. ( tV,' lllnta Alnal Pul. Italian or lha HI and MHlU Ttisrror llhrltnilliir. Vllleallma and riaflcallara, ateiltne; llraM l4. The practice of towing grai and lotrtd with crop of train I a vary common on, and undoubtedly hat manr advantagee in rich aollt and In n favorable tcai-on. the most mark et! of which In lha choking out of wood by lha vlgoruu growth of the grain, ay Pennsylvania Partner. In many caata, however, thl method fat la. A bulletin of the department of agricul ture point out tho fart I hat thle l especially true In dry aeaaona when the aopply of moisture la frequently Insufficient tor both the grain crop and the grass. In thle raae the grain Instead of acting ae a nurae crop ac tually rata the young grata plaiita of uiolaiure. and thm becoinet Injurious Inatead of advntgeun The claim, that graaa and clover planta need pro tection from the aim It pronounced by the tame authority to be entirely without foundati...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

H LABOlt AND 1NDUSTHT H SOME ITEMS OF INTBflBBT TO H UNION WORKMEN. B fehn It. Tanaee tweak, ll.eor.l B American HiTr m hf Abtlas RUIfceta kVMV with Trooix nllnatl l I Ua data J Ua.nl at lleM.il ( Mine llwa.ra. JJB Mwtti.lhhtg lfhlfi. aaaH ill! how wat i i il an "la want lame JIa ltt aix i- m a pna.r mm! HI A hurrlnina c aummar liar, And tacrird n i -. whar ha lived H Thtn a .-artli i ik nn whan that wai XfAH An arHn I ii. i.i I thai the heme H An1 tha ta ...ii..' r i rnme ream An' charged i n i ! r tha ha In tli An ihr rli i, ...i ,i i. emu In vliw J An' ail to" n. .treat Ui, lel Baflsai Dll hs moan .1 .1. it IMS ha Ml an cry 1 An' niM tha li f 1 . .aaapkV uyt j DM ha itrtan 11 la (Hand failed 1 to rail B TYh.n tha a Hi 1 v.- rnlM n" swsl- H lew) allt 1 Nivar a word f 1 1 -. he stU, H With all that" 1 n MB hta h.adl B Nat hlnii 11 1 limbed Is tha tap B e the hln H vrher standi' out Ml Mm lilt. 1 Ah harm' 1 1. 1 1 hare's what lia 1 "I taikon II- 1 1 . an up an' altt B Uut, l-ord I "...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

IS DEATH TO MINERS. THEIR DISLIKB POP) THE SAFE TY LAMP INVENTED DY DAVY. irmrt iighi rip.. it.aiij Aa i. ta.llj lllown Out lor All ot TVhleh llraaona tli tt.t, I ratal- to BUk Thalr Lltea l)oubtl(H Sir Humphrey Davy would liato been greatly astoulshed when ho Invented the lately lamp for coal mln crt eighty-three years ago It ho could have foreseen thai nearly a century later accident would still be occurring In tho depths ot the coal pit due to tho us of ordinary open lamp In tho prcence of the death-dealing flre diflnp, says tho New York Tribune The lntentor would have been forced to concludo that hla lamp had In some way failed to proo Us efficiency and yet auch la far from being tho truth Bo well liai the Davy lamp maintained Ita vnluo ns a safeguard for tho coal miner that In eplto of many later de vice In the nay ot mining lights It naa aiwa)a been found, on tho whole, tho most MtUfactorj, and, with slight modlflcatloni, Is the one used wher ever a safety lamp Is desired. Hut...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

H WOULD MUGANI) 1515 m vouno jrase jambs muit H STAND TniAL. Hj I.e.! to lie Ju, dr., In Head In lllm BJBB Ilia Adteitlre nC tha James lUys H )l.l (nminr NpwtleJ lllm Mr tif BjBBj ttia Jamea Ilia. H nrjBisnsTjBni. " Jr' ltmm Jr LVflH w?1mJ "' hl ll"1"111 '""' H JG pBj"Sol r' ti u iiu. i JBbb ::' ? luBli1 , ' pii'ni th LVbb 9 VVajtrfmr '''' "' KD" t'"r- I i$Pui r.""..r.h"f,i""'. m -MW ,,, ,, D Hi. U rol 1 ry of a M ,wiuri l'i Iflc train HbBJ Sept J!. In tin -rilnT Neck distent W nf Urstern Mlsmirl which hi lather made faraoua Physh-ally tit latino1 H an exct ri railurtlon of Jeaae Jiniew U the rhlar Ji.e Jr wa bora when Hf hl rather In ih prima of hi" B manhood ami at ihe height of III" B csreer an outlaw ll waa nnly M yfil. old when hi. lather waa aeatatln B ai.il but remembers lilm well, fur M when Jeaae Jmnea waa hiding, under H the nam or llowanl Ihl. Ililla boy H used to baje hi. father lo read 10 bin U (ha aihenturra of Ih Jme boys, nad W I lid father alwaya compiled will) lb H...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

I. The complete hot. 1 In the December li sue of IJpplocoii la bjr Anal. Ell. Brand. . and bu lit aetlom ftMlaly In tendon. "Mrt. HmmAI' Sitter I. a young, well, tolo, and attractive widow, who take a malt hoUM In a bark ureal with a view tobonelltloglier humbler ncichtmra, bat tor philanthropic effort art. ant to require masculine atttataiwg. and all bar fortitude cannot keen her lover at a dkslanea, Mra HuMti Sander of Hnoivllle, Ttnn , died recently at tho are of 107 years, In th e houao ihe itii bom In Tho deer realljr weea, lt cjoi being vnovldtd wlthltilirvmalgianli. Hleil , HoifWeiii IMinyperionj haethclrr,ood dty and ttitlr bad day. Other are about half tick all the lime. They have headache, backache, and are restless and nervous. Tood does not tatle rooJ, and the dlteitlon It poor; the akin Is dry and aallowand dlaflRtircd ulth pimples or eruptions; aleep bring no rctt and ork la a burden, What li tho cause of all Ibli? Impure blood. And the remedy? I It clear out the chann...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

H -ar-: """ 1 COALVILLE TIMES. H lrrl H ooalyiixz, dtaii, dec. j, wi. H w ... .. H r. X. KHHJCO. Bdltor ma Uannrrer rarararaH - 1 1 1 1 . H TuitlJtolTni Ttxu Itit K Clljr Record for pituliutf the.fillno.uint KJH aate Ux Hit ver opened In I'arl K? Oltj WiJn.eJir ml enre feon.1 lu be Hj ttii lime, ill Twentr-flye ceali H uih (id aWilpllon. A coin H tbettieie Uiutd lo drrjde the H uj tbe liacord lot the Jab. Thlt li H ae part of the ceantr pitroiii( on H whlcb the lltforJ mini lo have n B retardlm tbo itjr In B powir. lion im, the j fairly. H Taafipiri throughout the Stele ate H fllll wondering why Coalville ill'l not B m trace tkt eppoiluelly lor pallia In H waterwerki, and allot tbiin tunc that H lb Ilia will ttini when our tlilteni H will nails lb aililak lliay mail In H votinf tbi proportion ibinn Oibir H towai throughout tb alalia Ital hav H nil bal( Ibt uatural ruuurcci l Uoal- H villi, bare anJ are putting In a iiitem H at a nil tanilcg froru twice to If u lime. B Ibt tmoaot pro...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

1) I Hi HJ m I I The CoalIlle Times. . I I PATRONIZE MQUl INDUSTRY. IJJBVOTaaP TO Vtcm IM'vJtjri oy gTTMtttrr CXygOTrr. FtE COINAGE OF SILVER, It TO t flj I VOL V COALVILLE, SUMMIT GOtrrYAH, FRIDAY, DECEMBER a, 1898. " Ko 4, l THE COUNTY NEWS I'm, Ulali, Nv. , ISMS Chiton Tim IM rim rnuar.l Iiiwim- l.aa 11 twatliwl In-runiltlie-lmi minium I'MllrmroiiriMiiwItliH i-ull'-cl-iiiKil.niatl.itia for llm Stalin Holla. Hie nrril ol a liitliitliH' "' amti nt linll I" IftiiK taUnl ( atrial ol i.ur eltlamt ailtmlnl the mttlii.Uat Kama 011 Piui'lajr. A. M. I.)ut iaiiiiitmiilallng 'Mi' ii. Iilirwl.lmtulii l'aikdty awl "HI iiia lila lamily tlirre Mime llm ll"" nil It. I!. K. I'Hlmrr, Jr., Rial () Wilkin trtit to Mill Ukii Clly mi Suml) ami ttlll iiliirn liuuiunn WiiJnwiUy. Ilvoiiu V Mlllliii-r Imlwilir rrciur Inj (1u.11 llm mfliliiil Inwlilcli liia ix l l.iokiMi ly ft 1mm' lallliii; '"I Mm 'Jim Kflilliinan ill''" I" ' ilw" limuytaliiiUy (r llm Hut ll"" ",l"" ll.o acriilrnt. I'vlvr I'. I'llittoit, ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

H rOALVJLLLlD TIMES. HHl tihu runLticcau ou flH COALVILLI, UTAH j UTAH NKWS. j Thatikaglvlng d.y wa elaborately J cclebrate-l at Angel l.land by battery J C I uli volunteer. flj Tno Immlrctl urn Miy thmtun.1 j pound, of Ltah mpr na. marketed In Montana lt week. th, ,-roater rlo H whldi went to lt( j Colonel oonga Imnp nf engineer. H Mill 1 the flrl of the Culled State. troops to retell Havana lbni plaelug I lah In the ImiI aa usual J Merchant, thrnuglioiitlhcalate hat. BpHj made grral prrMratloua for the lutll H day aeaaon than (or teveral year past All am .anguine that a good tra It await, them H The auperlntemlent of adioole ul H Hall Lake Illy rrporta that during the H paat muntli II M pupil, were enrolled B la the publleaehn.il t yMoflhe mim H ber being girl and s 7J boy H Owing to the rrwiit Increase In traf B fle, both .iwrl,ir am) freight. Hit H Oregon Short Une ha placed onlera foi j alargeamnunl.it new rnlllnif atock and will otherwlae linprnre III road H Iavl I lldd. an i ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

I YAM. AND PAUPER." 'MATTEna OF INTKHKST TO AOIllCULTUniSTS. ("cm. I plo-ll.l. MlnK Ahnal (Ml. Iltallon of Hi. Ix.ll awl TlrMl Tli.r-ol ll..lllr,illi.i., lllllnl- -U.I riatlmllar. llnir tlfn. lalnd The practice o( towing gran and cloverteed with crop of grain It a vory cam man out, anil undoubtedly bus many advantage in rich Mill and tn a favorable season, (ha most mark d o( which la tha choking out o( weeds by tha vigorous growth of the grain, ay Pennsylvania Farmer In many caeca however, thla method falla A bulletin of the department of agrlcul tuie point out the fart that thla It eapeclalljr true In dry seasons when tba aupply of tnolalure la frequently Insufficient for both the grain crop and the grate In thla ra the grain i Inatead of ailing at a mine crop ac tually robe the young graaa planti of molMuie. and thua beromee Injurloua Inelead of adrantageoua The cUlm that graaa and clover plauta need pro te-rtloti from the eun la pronounced , by the Mine authority to lv entirely w...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

I LABOR AND INDUSTRY H COME ITEM OP INTGflBST TO M UNION WORKMEN. H fekn 1L Tano.r llroika H.rnr.l of H Amarlean llov.eo) e hf II line Htrlkara H Willi Troop ll.illaoil li I lata mala H Uaar.1 al SHipo-sl t Mlaa Owners. M ftameltilaia lurking. H H lilt hoai w.nt Itxl mi tat ami wtnt H lam H It loti li ro In a nok.f a"l JB A hurricane fan p on a aumlnra ASy, VH Asa larrtod Ih howse hr he lived H away H Then a .arthquihe mm tii that LH An' awalliwM la nil thai In hs J.H stood on An tha tat eiili.etof I- ma rain' H An' chaianl bin up r. f lit he's In lb 1 An' tn- cit mtrahal-hi oome In lt H An' Mid ha wanied hi. .irtrt 111, IMt H H IM h moan en lh' lu.l ha eat an' ry H An luaiin- hm hiina .wrriiln' Wyf H Did ha irhta I at M. ..I. (elMois fslled H 10 call H TVhm Ih. eartl llf.ka ...ma an' awal- H lo tall" 1 ver a 4 nl hi ll no aalil, H VUln all lli.ni l ."..li- im lop Ma headt H Not Mm' II illmliad to I ha lap H Ih. hill H Wn' .i.n.ii.. n .ii left Mm till. H An i aim hla u ul lure what ...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

IS DEATH TO MNERS. THCin DIBLIKB POtl THE SAFE TY LAMP INVENTED OY DAVY. Won't I.lfbt 1'lpe lUmiUf Ami li Kaally lllown Dot lor All of VVkl.li llr-iona Ilia llrn I'rafor to KUk Their Urea. Doubtless Sir Humphrey Davy would havo been greatly aaloalehed when ha Invented the safety lamp for coal mln rr eighty-three yearn ago It bo could bnvo foreseen that nearly n century Inter accidents would till be occurring In the deplhe of the coal lu due to the use of ordinary open lamp In the presence of the death-dealing flre dulap, says the New York Tribune. Tho Inventor would have been foreed to conclude, that hi lamp had In Mine war failed to proro Hi efficiency and yet uch la far from being the tnilh. fk well ban the Davy lamp maintained Ita valuo a n safeguard for the coat miner that In eplte of many later de vice In the way of mining- light It baa always been found, on the whole, tho most aatltfactory, and, with alight modification!, i the one used wher ever a aafety lamp I desired. Hut J...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

H "WOULD A BRIGAND BH M VOUNQ JtSSB JAMBS MUST H STAND TIIIAU H l'M I ll Jm, Or., to llt I Him H Ih Ailtenlarea of Ik Jrat ll H IU,l Cniupanr wll-t tllmMttr "' HH 111 Jinin lln HH rjHBiBWn " J'M '1IM- Jr HH aSp! I "" r'""" HH trfsUfid "' bl ""M ''' ssWasf JT'Vllliiiil L ' P'"ng to p- H M)M p" ' km ciw. H sSSSCli -1 "r "' " 5 to,ll unl-r irr.il BBH --0WPi , ,,.,, , u robbery of a MKMHirl I'ailllc ml" H Brpt II, In b rsrkcr Ntrt dletrlct BBH of Western Mla-nurl, whlrh bin father BBfl made tammu I'hralrally he Is alaw HHB in easel reiuoduciiua of 1 J"" H the elder J..e Jr mi bora wb BBB hla htbr - in ih prim of hi HHB minhoor, ami m in hlghi of bl HH trmr a an outlaw II M only HHH j-ewnold wlirn hi. fihr WMSaaaeela H aied but rcrnomhrr blm wll. for H wbn Jw Jamr waa biding. undr BBB tb mum of llusartl, this lllll bOT BBH liMil to bag lili father io read to l'lm H tU adv enlnres of lk Jeme bora, nod H th father alwaye rcntplled wIlN tb H boy'i request, keeping blm In Igrtor- BBfl inn of...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

I The complete novel In the Deretarer - tnoof I.ipplnro(l'U by Annie lEllsa Hraad, oil ht lit actio mainly in I,onlon. "Mrs lluseell'a Sister ' It a young, well, to-do and attractive widow, who take a mail house In a back street with a view to beneflltog her humbler neighbor! bat her philanthropic efforts are apt to raqolra masculine assistance, and all hor fortltodo cannot keep her totori at a distance. Mr Susan rkinder of KnoiTllle, Tenn , died recently at the ate o( lltt jean, In th e honso she was burn In The derr really weeps, Its eves being provided with lachrymal glands. Bleicl IMtny perion j hire thetr Rood day and their bad day. Oihcra are about lulf tick all the time. They hue headache, backache, and are rciilcii and nervous. Food doet not title good, and the dlccitlon It poor; the akin Is dry and tallow tnd disfigured with plmplet or eruptlont; tlecp brlngt no rcit tnd work It a burden. What It the came ot til Ibli? Intpuro blood. And the remedy? I Ol It clean out the cht...

Publication Title: Coalville Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coalville times. — 2 December 1898

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