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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 December 1903

H m m R l) )SEN Santy comes an' scoots down through II '' '"J v" The hole that's In the chimney Hue (( , B An' hops out here, I bet he'll bring )r m If Whole lots of toys an' everything .;., (I f r J7 That little rjlrls like best. Don't you? J if k N there'll be dolls with dresses pew U -- An' eyes that open bltf an' blue tj When they sit up an' cry an' sing, , When Santy comes. 1 v j. N' hcl1 f'tch nuts an' candy, too, ; j) " An cats that, when you squeeze 'em, mew. If f My brother Bob he says, I jlng, II j I He'd like to sit round listening. ' U T He says: "I'll tell you what I'd do. Yk L , i II I'd jlst jump out nn holler BooJ . j VvT When Santy comes." v CJ) la '-I . TME CHIR11STMAS THREE- By FRANK H. SWEET V-f. JjOT yw NLY a tr, hming V5WJ 1 More glorious than -ys WT I " I our planet arc, 'TKMX But watched by fT willful eyes and r8.'V,iA-" jT nd 'on8in8 hearts, r5S "ft" that wondrou Only a manger, s shadow thronged, r Thai lo ome public qQ inn belonged, It jy Where weetbrcaued ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 December 1903

Bfl v H. X,gro Ton J t 1 NEWS OF SOUTHERN UTAH TOWNS 1 bbb. 'rS w V I ' il By Our Correspondents. BVr NrU'VTTWTVT'TPTTTT'FTTT'rTvTT' I" I f Hurricane, Utah L 0 B iliirrlciiiio, Utah, Doo. 10. H Bishop Iaotn tundo ua, n visit Sun- H day ovening. H 'i'lios. Igom mid family moved iu H" laBt Thursday. H Josa Lommon is putting tlio roof J on his house. H Mutual is organized with Nophi J. J Workman prosident. H Jim upendlovo oamo in from tho Jj shoop hord on tho 7th. H Wilson Itnliiy in trying to buy H Richard Puruors Intercut hero. H Alfred Hull brought in two loads 1 of luuibor last weolc. Looks ns If ho H la going to build eoon. B Thoro woro moro pooplo horo last Saturday than ovor boforo. Men B woro hero fonolug stockyards, etc., m preparing for turning homos iu tho M Thanksgiving day waa celebrated M in n pleasing manner. At lU o'olonk M -ovory poraon, visitors and strangers, B mot ut tho mooting houao and listened B to a short progrnm, nftor whloh all B partook of tho bountooua feas...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 December 1903

jjr Aui" HHm 4 1 Cedar City and Vicinity. 1 IR An M I. A. stako oonforonco will I bo hold at Cedar January 13tb. I A Christmas program will bo rend ered noxt Sunday ovonlng by tbo M. I. A. in conjoint sosison. Wliolo woon loads of tired but happy students havo boon jogging out l of town sluco Wednesday on tholr way homo for holiday vacation. ! Will inn. Staploy passod through Codar Wodnosday on his way to Bea ver ,froin which placo ho will bring his slstor May homo for holidays. Tho Brand) Normal olosos today for tho inld-wiutor holiday. A groat many of tho atudonts from surround- ing aottlomonts will roturn homo for I 'OhrlatmaB. 1 Did you get that Edison phono- I graph to onlivon your Christmas holidays with! If not you had bettor 8co Joseph Gosslott, tho agent, about it at onoo. !E. A. Thompson nrrivod in Cedar tbo first of the week, nnd aftor spoud- ing a fow days completing arrange ments, loft.yoatordny with a forco of men to perfprni tho annual nssoasraont work on ton iron cla...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 December 1903

jH DEP.50 Trelovo H H I St. George and Locality. lHi f - '.. .. ... .1 i .1., ... ... ..,. ', H At County Court tbo main tilings H attended to was tlio sottling up ot tlie P olectlon hllla. Court was hold on H A lino bouncing baby boy weigh- ing 1 pounds nrrlvod ut tho homo of HK Ohas. Sullivan on tho lGth. Mother H nnd babo dolus niooly. H ' MIhh Flora Morris ontortninod H ' the Ladies' Sowing Club at hor homo H Bnttuduy ovonlng. Duiuty rufrcsti- H ; tnonts wero Borvod. H j Mr. Jim Pootornl and Wnlluco Mnthia HH j left Tuoadoy morning for tho Qrnnd HH Gulch initio from wlioro tboy will H bring homo it numbor of mon for hol- H , idnyH who uro omployod nt tho mi no. H Mies Lottio MoQuarrio ontortninod E J i honor of hor birthday Sunday R' ovonlng. A plonsant ovonlng wns H Bpout In listening to tho mutio fur- B , nishod by tho Grnmnpbono and in h 1 sooinl ahattlng. Rofroshmonts woro H ' Mr, Bawl Worthon loft for Kannb H Wcdncsdny morning. H ' What has ho gono for? Well just H 1 wait u...

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. — 14 December 1903

BK RECORD SUpWjB Cedar, City, Utah, J 4, lHJBV 1 LASSO EDA UON. I J. H. Pulsipher Perforins Daring Feat m in Bull Valley Country. K Rode Trembling Steed Within 30 H Feet, Threw Noose Over Beast H and Drug it to Death. B (Dixie Adrocate. K From southorn Utah c omeo. It n- m tain story that Is a olasalo. It is thrilling, too, although tho details K told by tho wr iter aro given in a man- nor too simplo to bo overly vivid, K and only suggest tho florae picture I that must havo boon presonted when 9 0 ranohor wltn only u pony nnd u H lasso, rode his quivering mount onto h mountain lion lassood him, and K tbeu slapped the spurs Into his borso M and dragged tho lion ot death. M Thoro is u grizzly bear story told I over and over again of tho fight in 1 which tho hunter asked tho Lord to I stand asido and not holp tho hour, if I Ho wanted to boo the prottiost fight 8 on record. This ono only lacks u n littlo in vivid phraseology to rauk I with it as a classic. h Hero 13 tho tale, ns it is s...

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. — 19 December 1903

1 'Hh I JS BBI H I Iron-CouIty Record. II H. Vol. J0. " Cedar Otfr'lrcCounty Utah, Saturday, Dec. 19, 1903. No. 52 HHifl I CUT HIS THROAT . WITH CASE KNIFE. M ' William Wren Takes the Suicide Route to the Other Side. H WOUNDED AND DYING OH DESERT. H "The (lliastly Find that was Hade B Last Sunday flomlng by two B Cedar Boys. H Last MoAiLiy Sher. Frn v1 uml AiU,v' M ey Ryan were summon.!'1 lo Modna M to investigate tlio case of n m? ' ti. It was alleged had commltcil suicide . H' -or n cur that plnce the dny previous. H vriio gentlemen lost no tlmu in nnuwer H tng tlio call, nud upon their arrival H were confronted by tlio following situ- B ation. They found the body o( a man H lying there who had died some time B- Monday forenoon, nnd who lnul been H brought to Modena by Samuel ltaiter H,. and Fran Thorley, two voting men of H our city; who were out In that part of H the county hording sheep. The young H men had explained to the nuthorlties H nt Modena that on Sunday inoruing fl- Ba...

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. — 19 December 1903

I IfaCKPOIAl JJpStoCK H Married. Fold summer gowns nnd placo B In scented, cedar client, B Tlio screen door walHt nnd skirt, The hoso ami nil tlio rcstl Hunt madly through the. house For furs nnd heavy wrnps, 1 Hhnlo moth-balls from the folds And find tlio winter enpst H UrlnB on the tlircrul nnd cloth, 'v The sowing girl nnd shears; Oct busy with tlio stuff And spurn your hubby's sneers! B Tlio tlmo of year hns como ' When you must spend a lot, For when you como out now Your clothes must touch the. spot) B How rnn I Jolto nnd slni? f- Of tills, light verses make, 'When oven now my purso V Is ilnttoncd lllco a (pnn) cake7 H Four eagles for n lint. I Twelve dollars for somo braid, Klvo extra bolts nt ton L How can I stand tho raid? Six twenties for tho silk, A couple, tnoro for shoes No wonder that a man Is cross and gets tho blues! H So fold the gowns nnd Inco, Put (limy things nway, I Just spend nnd sow nnd rip, And I tho bills will pay! ' A Perilous Ride. H. It was just too lovely...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 December 1903

r I THE LION'S WHELP I A Story of Cromwoll'a Tlmo BY AMELIA E. BARR. Author of "Th Dow of OranKo Ribbon," "I. Thou and tho Other Ono." "Tho Mold of Maiden Lane." Uto. (Copyright. 1901. by Dodd, Mead & Company. All tlslits reserved.) CHAPTER III. (Continued.) "I know who ho Is." "I nevor saw my father so dis tracted. And it is always 'give, glvo, give' George took away our last silver, and I am suro nearly all our money. Father has sent away all the men-servants, but such as are ncces 11 sary to work the land; four of them wont back with George to tho army. 1 ' have had to send Delia away only ,.-.', Anico and Audrey are left to care for us, and fathor says they aro moro than ho can afford." "Dr. Verity has been hero," said Jane, trying to change tho subject. "Ho thinks tho war nearly over, Ma tilda." "It is not. Even if King Charles " - -wore killed, there would then bo. Kfng James to fight. Tho war may last for a century. And if this is tho world, I would I were out of it. Dear...

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. — 19 December 1903

F " " "' H u . M :: Iron County Record J H CHARLES S. WILKINSON ' H .. .PUBLISHER... B ESTADLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 1' H " f H 3 CNTERCD AT THE C&DAR CITY POST- H 3- OFFICE AS SECOND CLAOO MATTER .J. H h- ....... v B ' X OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 'X, ,5' ... .S H J; SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR H ALWAYS III ADVANCE H '' H "' 5ATIJRDAY, DEC, 10, 1903, H GROWTH OP UNDEUEF i I in il.tjig people everywhere arc fl nnin the remarkable m rides which H inlu'i 'i y is making: Old and well H khoun I indmarks along the high H w,t of f.uih mid ii-liginn which have H bi 1 11 i!w 01 guide millions who have H ptis id away fully a-surcd of an cter- V11 nil! in I happy fuinic 111 another M W01KI, have ruthlessly been turn M from tin it places and nothing left M to mat k the spot where ouce they M btood. The new criticism of the H "JJook of books" is rapidly depriv- B ing that sacred volume of the fl t power to direct the laith of the "t Christian, or give him consolation M in the hour of troub...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 December 1903

I CORRESPONDENCE. parowanT Doc. 10, 100.1. - Wrltlnsr tho abovu date reminds us that It Is just seventeen years today Hlnoeour bi'oihofElwurd M. Dal ton', sealed hU tellniony with his blood for the cuu.c of rlfhteoaHnc3. D. D A McOrt'sror hart pfono on a ylaf trip to St. Louis. He will vMi i with his relatives In Colorado for a few day on hie returh, reaching Par owtin ubout the 6th dr of the Nuv Year. ivJisH ttuUle rioap unci Leo Johnson surprised their friends hut Thursday by becoming man and wife. The Bul letin also nunmmces tho wedding of J. L. Kelley and Jenette LaXimor of this Ilaui Yobillea It is In order to with thctu well if thry did step Into npother coanty to attend to the matter. s- Wo regret that there will bo no n- gram rendered at tho meeting houso after all on Christinas. Our young people scarcely entertain the furred , roverenco they should or tho occasion, but seeming think if la sot apart for j til alt' special bouoflt, to bo spent, In " " " feasting and dancing, ...

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. — 19 December 1903

HB H . '" ' r' '"""' j HH K Miss Rose Peterson, Secre- j ary Parkdale Tennis Club, Ciii H I cago, from experience advises all H , young girls who have pains and H sickness peculiar to their sex, to H use Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vege- H f table Compound. H Ilovr ninny beautiful younrr girls do- H velop into worn, listless nnd hopeless L " women, Bimply becauso sufficient attcn- H tlon has not been paid to their physical H development. No woman is exempt H from physical weakness nnd periodic H pain, and young1 pirlo just budding into 1 j wouianiiood should be carefully guided B physically as well aa morally. Another H 4 JMIss ITnmmh E. Mcrshon, Col 1 ' lint;Hvoo(l,X.J., says: fl ' "I thought I would writo and tell i B M you that, by following your kind ad- B . vice, I feel like a new person. I wa3 , H always thin nnd dclicato, and so weak B that I could hardly do anything. Men- H ' struation was irregular. H , " I tried a bottlo of yourVcgctnlrto H Compound, and began to feel better M rig...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 December 1903

iK' 1 1 ! i THi "" -..,. ....... ...',....... 'p, 'jHf UINRRID. j iHt 'i i ' fSo (loop is tho night, my brother; But bright the pomlng day, (b And tho tlmo for dawn nnd aunrtso HrCJ- 18 never far nwxy. YX-fiP I'm watching hsre In tho vnlloy fSrr To catch tho flrnt Klad rift VP In the night clovidB hunglng over Srr Gray clouds that soon shall lift. , Whenever night shndps are deepest i L sK a Then loudest is my boiik, J jftVB' In tho shadow of tho valley fR, Hope speeds my feet along. 'HHt Aye, deed is tho night, my brother, 'E- rivlt br,Eht tno coming day; fBLw fflh And tne tlmo for dawn and sunrlso . vHl & In "ever far away. WjK IftVM r Henry C. Warnnck in Los Angeles X5 SVaH Herald. 9K Ms:gs i l '.wisggu - ' i ii jg-a - iL, . n . I I AN ERROR OF JUDGMENT 1 fH CopyrighUd, 1903, by The Authon J'ubKMng Company m Hf " Algernon Barkdalo Smytho wns MK known locally as a snob. Somo llttlo MB sonso was credited to his account, but ft bis debts ran high. A great many 9& things woro...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 December 1903

H fl 'Ol the finest, quality Prices astonishingly Low Call and H f) See for yourselves ) 8 Ctelluloicl Goods, 8 g - - fi m 'v Consisting of Collar and Cuff Boxes, Smoking Sets, JR li S Glove and Handkerchief Sets, Toilet Cases, Shaving Sets, (A B, '"' ) Manicure Sets, Millitary Sets, and Necktie Boxes. m M, " . M We have an nice assortment of jk K S IPoyoolaAii Glassware, g 1 g : b H j y Suitable for Christmas presents. Consisting of Fancy H fl Lamps, Glass Sets Royal Blue ware from old England. 71 H'i JR Porcelain Sets, Tea Sets, Chocolate Sets, etc. Which we J H , (A we will either sell complete or by the piece. J& Hi " ff) mjr,g-i o,,,-... .- y) W g We also carry an extensive stock of Hardwaiv&from fl B W Tacks, to Ranges at bed Rock Prices fl fl I . I Ced City CO-Of I T mrfm tnwmiwinit-irif" rmrmin mm i i "inr hit r t " r "ti H , ), Should be cleaned occasionally and (J now is your chance. Call on f H ) PETERSON &, SORENSON, J H i i H at David HnigHt'a Residence, i H...

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. — 26 December 1903

I Iron CouNf Recokjd-B iH Vol. U. ' Cedar Oty,lroACounty, Utehy Dec. 26, J903. "" "r""v" No.'l HH El APOSTLE COWLEY, K ELDER RICHARDS, w Attend Ihc Conference of (lie Pnrowaii IK Stake in Cedar. mm TEMPLE WORK PROMINENT THEME. H President D. II. Cannon's Earnest KJBB Talk on Salvation for the Dead. HH Religion Ctnsycs. BUS Tho . 9'.!rterly confurenco of the BB Iirownfjlako of Zion wus held in IH Cedar City lust Saturday and Sunday, KPL Deo. 10, and 20, 100.1. Tho conference Htt was due to bo held in l'arowan, but by RH request of Apostle Cowly, for whom it KS was more convenient to meet the peo- Rl pie at Cedur than at l'arowan tho place IS of holding was changed. It is proba- flf ble that tho people of l'arowan are gct- IX ' ting usel to this sort of thing as it is Wm not the first time that snch n change lffl has beeu made. Although it is very IB convenient for us yet our sense of jus- Ev tice compels us to feel that it is rather HI) a hardship to tho L'arowan folks. Kr' Thero was...

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. — 26 December 1903

H AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AWvWMk - OJS&S- H 2 Straighten Up : H Tha main muscular supports of s H body weaken and let go under I Backache H or Lumbago. To restore, strengthen IB " aniatralghtanup, use I St. Jacobs Oil H H Priest 25c. nnd SOc. B TTTT7VVVVTTVVTTVTTTVTa I . 1 Fergus Coalteri Wjp 1 music co. H 3 $360 PIANOS FOR $100 $150 ORGANS FOR $75 r 1 H - 10,000 PK0BS HST MUSI0 1 - AT 10 OINTS) PIR COPY . - H , L-. 1 H 5 sino pop. otaloou. Z H I Fergus Coalter Music Co., H c SALT LAKE CITY. B SfmnrnnnnnnHHrnjuiiiiuirnnnniiiw M UTAH OtDDINGnrG cob' B COTTON fELT jr X'i MATTrtCS- j; S m ' j y A H VH A U a t ft'f VfY iir i ( v A"."- j"'fi"jiMi"Mi "" - H Heat mMtrosa li 1ho world. H liottor than any Enatorn make. H Will cost you lass money. H Ask your dealer for II. K- Look for our trade mark. Utah Bedding & M'f'g Co., 3d Weil and 6th North St.. Salt Lake City. H SMOKE H "Not how clioap, but bow good." Whitakera, Dallas, Makers, s.v;.iTK W CRISMON & NICHOLS. SiSii? H BEND F...

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. — 26 December 1903

3 """" A Game Files on a Card. "' Cut soveral small pieces of card- , board nbout tho bIzo of a visiting: card tt and draw six flies on oach, numbering f them from ono to six. Tho object of Jj tho game is to sco who can first cover , all the flies. Each player In turn iff 'throws with tho dlo and covers the t fly corresponding to tho number V - hrown. Ho who covers or kills nil It tl fllo8 first, wins. As a variation ft I ZJ eighteen pieces can bo used, each Tjj player throwing threo times Instead L f of once. After tho flrst threo throws r ' tlio game begins to get exciting, as fj I the exact numbers necessary to fill iJjK'' tho card aro soldom thrown. ',P Quotations Tor Christmas Gifts. Tho selection of a quotation which Jy is appropriate to sond with a Christ- rv"n mas gift may bo of value to our read- . i ers. ' m With some trifling present, wrlto: - "My good will is groat, though tho jj gift bo small." Shakespeare. K With a pair of gldves: m "Wfro a pair, if over there was K on...

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. — 26 December 1903

H I Iron County Record HH) J KM t CHARLES S. WILKINSON it. H f. ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 J, H X ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- '& H 3. OFFICE AO 8EC0N0 CLASS MATTER 1 f H A OTHERWISE OTRICTLY FIRST CLASS 3! H . t t SUBSCRIPTION $1 50 PCR YEAR ' B 3; Always in 7 jfri M"i' H,,!"M,J,'M',i,'j",i,,J',H,,M"M"J4 H SATURDAY, DEC. 36, 1903. B CIIRISTA1AS TiriE. H Cliristmas is undoubtedly the H most universally observed holiday H in the world. This great aniversary HH is celebrated wherever Ihc Christain HH religion has been carried, and the followers of Christ have carried m- their banners into almost all the f nations of the wot Id where the peo H pic have stuTicent civilization and intelligence to understand it. B It has taken many hundreds of years to do this but it has been done H' and to-day ,hat is called the natal B" day of Christ, is commemoraU'd by more or less of the population in nil H tyhe nations of the world. Even - among the pagan or heathen na m tions Christmas has it...

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. — 26 December 1903

t i .1 i ; I CORRESPONDENCE. ".: PAROWAN. Deo. 12-23, 1003. An interesting program has been ur i. ranged for tonight, in honor of tho ; prophet Josoph Smith's ulrthdtty. Tyo high eoliool students uro conuru ' tulutlnj themselves on having readied L liome biifuro the (nil of snow, whluti is rrladdonlnjr thu hearts of the wheat and potato nilserB. v , Our nmaturo profjnostlcutors will do ', well to read "Salt Lako City in 1910." v , in tliu Christina number of the News. 4" Tim author forsec's better and pro j cregalvo conditions. The happiness of living for others, ' .is verified by thu happy smiling conn , ' tenancies of ourdistrlutschool toaofiers, as they puss burdened with boxon and candy buckets, the contents of which fare to 1)3 hung on Christinas trees for the students This is an undertak ing that costs time and money. Groat cradkifiduo the goneroiH promoter, while t.ho chlldruu will enjoy thu en tertainmont immensely, and the ' parentis fully appreciate tho greut. ' ' heartedn...

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. — 26 December 1903

bT rWmirjm?y vfZs5' H Holding Hands. H Mr. Hqll Klbbcy Bpcnt Sunday night BBBB1 with -Ml sb IUhhIu Walsh, holding hnnu. BBBB1 Ttlnnnilngdalc correspondent Hilton (Wis.) BBVI In iho tnttcroil linzc of a vision old BBBB 1 page thruuKh the years that tho mists BBBB1 , . BBBBl At a sacred niche In a grcit best room B W'lltfr; J once held hands In the friendly H 'V Aid.KI0hdd U'.fchi tlRht with a l"lrn caress, BBBB Whllo I bugged tho mnldcu to say me H Then I pressed her close to exultant BBBB- BBS In tlto sllenco there. In tho nlcho apart! BBBB Ob, the truHt and liujic of an unscarro BBBBJl BBBB-' As It Joys, unntunc by thorn or tooth 1 BBS How we felt tho world was nglow with BBBH BBBB-1 As wo sat alone In tho clouds nbovol B Oh, reluctant hnndsl Oh, thoso lovc-wnrm BBBJB lmnda! BBBBb As thty tender grow 'nenth affection s BBBBM BBBBI I cm feel them now In my sordid room BJBBBJ Hut beyond Is the liazu whoro tho shad- BJBJBB BBBBB l'"or shu llos nslerp on the wooded hill BBBBB In that h...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 26 December 1903

I THE LION'S WHELP I f). A Story of Cromwell's Tlmo r g BY AMELIA E. BARR. ' Author of "Tho Dow of Oranf nibbon." "I. Thou and the Othor On.." ) "Th Maid of Maiden Lane." Etc J"J (Copyrlsht. 1901. by Dodd. Mead & Company. All rights reserved.) CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) I Novlllo hnd naked lo bo called early, and before daybreak ho camo Into tho parlor ready for his Journey. Somo broiled beef, a manchet of whlto bread and a black jar of spiced alo, stirred with a rosemary branch, was waiting for him; and Mrs. Swnffham and Jane sat at his side whllo ho eat and drank. Soon Neville's horse camo clottor Ing to tho door. Ho clasped Jano's hand as It hung by her sldo, and they walked thus to tho threshold. Snow was falling; tho stops wero whlto with It, and tho oast wind blow It gently In their faces. Mrs. Swaffham laughed and drew hor shawl over hor head, and Novlllo laughed also, and with a cheorful word, leaped to his saddlo, his dark figure growing more and more phantom-llko through...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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