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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 February 1904

B m i Iron County Record H , J. f H X CHARLES S.fWILKINSON H T ....PUBLISHER.... T H A ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 I H j ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- X 1 A OFFICE A8 SECOND CLASS MATTER i H X OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLAS3 X H ....'I H T SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR f J ALWAYS IN ADVANCE X H j SATURDAY, FEB. 13, 1904. r THE AOG OF FICTION. H 1 The reading of fiction used to be H condemned in unmeasured terms in H ' years that have gone by, as a prac- V" ticc that was not only a waste of B"- time, but an injury to the memory. H It being maintained that ttie world H was too full of realities to spend B time in reading about things that H never "liad any existence. This was B- in the days of such men as Brigham H Young, Ilcbcr C. Kimball, Orson B j Pratt, George Q. Cannon, Erastus B ! Snow and others of that class, of HH pioneers whose training had been BA preeminently along practical lines B and in whose busy lives there had B j no time been found for indulging in L explorations in t...

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. — 13 February 1904

BOW THEY LIVE IN SWEDEN. ...Elder Andrew Johnson Tells of the Situation There. '23 DAYS OF RAIN LAST AUGUST. Farmers Hang Hay on Poles to Dry. Scrape Snow off the Ground to Dig Potatoes. ; The followlnpr Interesting and lnstrti tivo letter was written by Elder An drew Johnson of Wasatch County, and published in the Wasatch Wave under " date of Jan. 20th of the present year: t. "I shall not attempt to give a detail' 4. cd description of the sights and exper lencca which I with the care of 21 J Elders) eucountercd, as I presume ' mine were similar to thoae so often de scribed by other missionaries. Hut 1 will einiply say that I had a pleasant journey, both on hind and sea, nothing ' of conscquenco arising to mar the - j pleasuro of the trip. , "Enrouto I passed through tho fol- L lowing places: Omaha, Chicago, Huf- falo, Niagara Falls, Boston, Liverpool N I.Incoln,Iliirw!ck,E3bjerg,Copehhagon . e.t 'Malmo, Stockholm, Geflo and Sundsvall ' spending from two hours to two day? " ,', as o...

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. — 13 February 1904

HI Hj 1 ADVICE FROM "HER FATHER." B 9 Not Calculated to Cheer the Would-Be HBBBB V -A friend of tlio writer, who mnr- flBBBW h riod n woman with n tarapur of her BBBBfl own, tolls nn amusing story nt her BBBBM expanse They havo boon married for BBBBfl about two years, nnd ns draplto hor BBBBfl ImpurlousnosB thoy have got along BBBBfl m very woll, she smiles when the story pflflJHj is pflfljfla i Aftor courting for some time the PJBflH young man summoned up courngo to BBBBl J put tho momontouH quostlon. Ho was BBBBJ I duly accepted, but n hint was thrown BBBBJ out that lio should seo her father. Ik BBBBJ j readily agreed, and one ovening BBBBJ called to talk tho matter over with PJBflB . 7 her HBflBfl ' Whon tho mnttor had been arranged BBBBJ" t tho father BBBBJ I "Woll, young man, If you want to BBBBJ '1 marry my daughtor you must first got BBBBJ your llfo Insured In her favor." H "Certainly," answered tho would-bo BBBBJ benedict, ploasod to find tho fathor so BBBBJ solicitous for t...

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. — 13 February 1904

IBBBf Automobiles vs. Omnibuses. H The historic old " 'bus," which for BBB KG3 has done service In carrying pas IBBK sopgers and the mnlls between varl- BH; ous towns In Baden, where tho steam BBH railroad docs not touch, Is giving way jBBH to largo automobiles, which travel BBBj much quicker and are much moro BHK comfortable. An nutomobllo lino Is BBB about to be established botween tho ' MHf city of Kchl and the town of Rholn- BBR Blshofshelm, a dlstanco of ton miles. I BBB Tho car will accommodate twenty ' jBBB people, In addition to a space for the BBB baggago and malls. Tho round trip BBBB; will cost 17 cents, or 10 cents for one BBflB way. Tho machine Is tho property of Bm tho two towns named, which pay the BBBj running expenses and divide tho prof- bbH BflBBJ Electricity for Railroad. IB The Now York Central Railway B company Is about to make a large sub- - BB stltutlon of electricity for steam, to PpJB Bavo '-3 locnl traffic, which has been BBSi hoavlly cut into by independe...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 February 1904

fl 0 1 49 To the Front qs Usual- - - I P The Old Reliable Co-3& j g Note Carefully Discounts on Articles Mentioned Below, p H They Challenge the Town. H " P 5 On Ladies' Wraps an3 Furs 25 Per Cent ) gj Hj 1 ( On Fancy Dishes " "- - - - 20 Per Cent i H S On Men's Clothing"" - - JO to 50 Per Cent f 2 M g J On a Well Bound Dictionary and Encyclopedia 50 Per Cent i Jj Hv '5 On Fancy Lamps - - - - 20 Per Cent f 2 H i Hardware at Bottom Prices. i 7 H't g ( Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Stove Piping and J 3 H S 5 Stove Furniture, Barbed Wire and Staples, ) j H ? ? Round and Flat Iron, Nails of all Kinds and I 1 H I- Sizes, Bolts, Locks, Hinges, Butts & Screws. J 2 W J Sundries. ! Bv' f i Wagon Timber in Great Variety. Miners Supplies.- Tents. i 25 H f Rope. Mattresses and Carpets. Glass and Earthenware. f ? ft- , j i Paints and Oils. Varnishes, Turpentine, etc. Liddles Sheep f 52 H 0 J Dip. Flour, Bran, Rolled Barley, Whole Barley and Oats. to H to f t to H g J Extensive Line of Shoes, ...

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. — 27 February 1904

J Iron Couy.f Record. I Vol Ccdar Oty Iron County, Utah siturday, Feb. 27, 1904. "" " "NoTjO . ANENT THE FOREST RESERVE. Forester Pinchot Gives Information on The Subject. , SOME UNNECESSARY RESTRICTIONS. Reserve Is Intended to Benefit Local ity. However, Necessary N ''" Changes Will bo Made. w - & ",' J The Dixie Advocate says: Wl President E. II. Snow of this city Is . , in receipt of the following communlca- 5 tlon addressed to Hon. Iteed Smoot d and 'or warded by that gentleman, to- ijt gclher with another epistle, which Is ttn ft1?r self explanatory, and gives some tnfor- Sgf ' matlon concerning forest reserves S And by the way, we will simply say 1 that.tho Salt Lake Ilurnld, in its eager- ff , ness to "scoop" Its contemporaries, got HP ahead of the facts in the matter of the f 3fT"l 1'lnu Valley reserve, which has not yet Me been set aside, and probably will not Ej. be, until the residents of the county Ik havfi expressed their willingness. The V Idticr follows; Jj United...

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. — 27 February 1904

H " CONSTANT ACHING. H Daok actios the time Spoils p rrrry-pffffi ifrour appottto; iSSBwQS wearios tho body, ytfPftuZIFl vorrlos tho rulnd. Jw yJftMfc, I It all, and Doan's . &MjP"fl 9 Ktdnoy Pills ro- gjftf? iJdtfl p tloro and euro It. lE''ft AHK !. I H. B. McGarvor, IjmML-; AHV H Ghorry St., AfEj H Oregon, flW H i Impootor o( IBn H Trans- Coutlnon BnlTl H used Doan's Kid I ( H noy Pills for 1 H baokaoho and 1 othor symptoms of kidney troubla H which had annoyed mo for months. I K f Ibtnk a cold was responsible for tho B, Jf wholo troublo. It seemed to sottlo In Hi ar kldnoys. Doan's Kidney Pills H rooted It out. It Is sovcral months IL ' slnco I used them, and up to dato B thero has boon no recurrence of tho i - . troublo." H DoaVi's Kidney Pills for sale by all Coalers. Price, CO cents per box. Fos- H ' tar-MIIburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. H ' TOO GOOD A LIAR. M , 1 Why Acquaintanceship of Long Dura- H tlon Was Severed. H "Oh, yos, I know tho plaintiff Tory H vail." said a witness...

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. — 27 February 1904

1 ' I Subsidized Steamers. ' A now Italian Hno of steamora tc run to China receives a government t subsidy or $913,000. A Russian line has been established from Odessa to I Now York via Naples and Marseilles, ' Qnlt Coucltlnp. ' Why cottgh, when for 23o and this . notico you get 25 doses of an abso lutely gunrnutectl cough euro In tablet form, postpaid. WIS. DHUO CO., LA CROSSE, WIS. (W. N. U.) , Agriculture In Castile. . Land In Castile Is In greater part ftevoted to tho production of wheat, md during planting and harvest limes laborers, especially reapers, ar taken there from Qnllcla. 8tl 3 Eot be"eT0 l'lro'a Core 'r Consumption ,, has an equal (or coughs and colds. Joun V 1 r Botkij, Trinity Springs, Ina., Keb. 1C, 1900. Dust In the Air. Approaching the great centers of it" population tho quantity of dust held 1 1 a nuspenslon by tho air incroasoa enormously According to Sir James Crlchton Urowno, tho air of London contains '160,000 proportlonnl parts of dust to Paris' 210,000, 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. — 27 February 1904

H9Hi H i Hl r Iron County Record f H CHARLES-S.SWILKIN50N H ....PUBLISHER. T H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1093 H H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST. H U OFFICE A8 SECOND CLA88 MATTER H T "Y'. 0THERWI8E STRICTLY FIRST CLASS H '....' H T SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR H 3 ALWAYS IN H SATURDAY, FEB. 37, 1904. LLLH - H I INTOXICATINO LIQUORS. H I Our attention has been called by one H I of the city authorities to the qucs- H tion of what are intoxicating liquors B under the law; it being claimed by H some of our citizens that alleged me- H dicines, such as bitters Jamaica gin- H ger, and other preparations that it H is well known will produce intoxicat- --V " ion, do not corns within the power H- of the law to prohibit being sold; - I while others take an opposite view of fl the matter. In this connection it is B said that some time ago a case came " v up before the court of the Fifth Ju- ft "k- r dicial district in the city of St. fl1 X ' ucorge in which the city maintained H' "at they had the r...

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. — 27 February 1904

T ' AMONG THE SCHOOL CHILDREN. Third and First Grades as Seen at Their Lessons. EXPERT "ADDITION" 1NTI1IRDG RADE. A Dozen Young Artists at Work Making Crayon Sketches of Longfellow's Story, At two minutes to nino o'clock Inst last Wednesday morning wo entered the room in which Miss Williams of , Moiih Juab Co, tenches the Third Grade of'our district school. The lady was nt the door, and appropriately welcomed the representative of the "Layer that moves the world." In another minute the bell range and the small men and wo men that take instruction in this de partment came walking in. In a very short time they were all at their desks and the teacher with folded arms stan , ding before them, a complete embodi ment of the silence that she wished them to observe. A nilnute thus occupied and the noiselessly opened the door. We v f r were Mtrprlbed to see a line of bcholars come marching in, when the began to i CQino in wo thought that they were a few of the third grade pupils that were ,....

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. — 27 February 1904

i I 'J 1 THE LION'S WHELP H I A Story of Cromwell's Time H ! BY AMELIA E. BARR. H Ji Author of "Tho Bow of Ornl Ribbon." "I. Thou and tho Oth.r On." BJ f "Tho Maid of Maldon Lno." Etc. H (Cepjrlthl, 1901. by Dodd. Med & Company. All rlcbts resented.) Ha it CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) BB ' i "And talking of going across ecas," BBV . sho continued, "reminds mo of Cluny; BBV nolthor of you seem to caro about him, BBV i yot our Jano Is frotting herself sick, BBV f and you might both of you sco It." BBV "Toll Jano to ho patient," Bald Dr. BBV k Verity. "If Cluny Is not back by tho BBV fl Now Year, I wlfy go myself and bring BBV h him back. But reTucmber all Is to nr- BBV rango and rearrange, order and rear- BBV ; dor, men to put out of ofilco, and men BBV s to put Into office. The work beforo BBV J tho Protector Is Btupondous." BBV This opinion proved to ho correct. BBV Day aftor day passed, and no word BBV concerning Cluny was possible. BBV j Ono crisp, sunny morning In Janu- BBV . , a...

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. — 27 February 1904

"H I- 1I9gIp -SJlif ic ' ' r tkt ir v 19 IT C HP . $1 avjV V ' mXvSemxti. w w? Jt. ft 9 ' I"IbVIi IB M tV n , i ' Waist With Fancy Yoke Coiur. Evory woman knows the valuo of gown that can lo made high or tow neck as occasion demands. This rcry charming model accomplishes that end and Is eminently Bmart under 4807 Walat with Tnncy Toko Collar, 32 to 40 bust. both conditions. As shown it Is mitao of whito cropo meteoro with heavy cream laco as trimming. Tho yoke collar is separate and can bo worn ovor tho waist inado low, as shown In tho small sketch, or over tho entire foundation as preferred. Tho bIcovos form full soft puffs that oxtend slight ly bolow tho elbows and can bo made with or without tho dcop cuffs. To make tho waist for a woman of medium slzo will bo required 4 yards of material 21 Inches wide, 4 yards 27 or 2 ynrds 44 inches wide. A 'May Mnnlon pattern No. 4607, sizes 32 to 40 will bo mailed to any address on receipt of ten cents. An Underskirt. Any girl who has an old ...

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. — 27 February 1904

! 1 :! . ' H H ' CD J-I-j j i H r 1 Commencing Monday Feb. 22nd'. Ending H Saturday Night February 27th. 1904. g i " i . - i H ' Preparatory to taking Stock the follow, 0 H ing Lines will be discounted-20 per cehtj 3 H All Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, etc. " ?? H v ' Gent's, Ladies' and Children's Under-; ' : H 0tf ware. Ladies' Wraps, Jackets and Furs. g H . , .? Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes. H jsfl Ranges, Cook and Heating Stoves, Termsr 0 H 0 . Cash Down. 00 o., o . c i. o 45 H flrfi Jf 1 T ' . 1U lMMbww mittt " " " '' ' tMiiiiwiHiiiwrt-m mm r-r B i II otl cannot afor(l miss is Sreat chance, 1 'If i Now is the time to "make your purchases if 1 B ' I fi yu want Good Goods . at low Prices, g I; J J THE OLD REItlABIiE GO-OP. J m. m , . . 1 -Mrij-ji ; I I no fare: I B SfIi ? but an H IT f HONEST FACT. , m 1 g Yaluable Presents given away every Saturday K 4k IOir Great Plans SJj - 4? Beginning with Feb. 8th. For every cash pur- g ) chase of 25c at our store we give a ticket whic...

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. — 5 March 1904

I Vo1, Cedar G'ty, Iron Countyjfc jAi, Saturday, March 5, 1904, n"Ti" Hl I ' FARMER'S MEET I- ' IN ORAMGEVILLE. Alkali a fertilizer When Not Too H Abundant. I PROFESSORS MERRILL & HUTT. How td Raise Crops With Less Wn- W. $' tor. Next Door Neighbors Oct Acquainted. I I T people in Orange villi;, Emery -sf County, have been holding u Farmers' bjf' fionvcntlon tlicre recently and they are TlW jubilant over the results. As an incen- jM livo to our readers to prepare for a like IK good time we clip the following from B. t,lu Kinury County 1'rogie.ss, a live il ,,0i'L' paper published at Castle Dale in I that county: j , nw that the e.vperlmental station Tj fitafT and our farmers have gotten to- 1 f gether.all realize that past unaoqualnt- I unco has been a mutuiil loss, and pledge f each other that in the future the col- '' ''g and farmers will work in close and I harmonious relation with each other. ' The addresses of 1'rofessors .Merrill and Ilutt were of sueh range and scope , as...

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. — 5 March 1904

V r i ,1 i V A WOMAN'S MISERY. H asod nbout cvory known remedy thnt H U oald to bo Rood for kidney com- H plaint, but without deriving porma- H bent relief. Often when alono In tho H fcouso tho bnckacho lias been so bad H' that It brought tonra to my oyes. Tho B pain nt times wns so Intenso that I H was compelled to glvo up my houso- fcold duties nnd llo down. Thoro wcro M hoadaohes, dizziness and blood rush H tag to my head to cause bleeding nt H i, tho nose. Tho first box of Donn's H Kldnoy Pills benefited mo bo much H that I contlnuod tho treatment. Tho H stinging pain In tho small of my back. H tho rushes of blood to tho head, and H other symptoms disappeared." H Doan's Kldnoy Pills for salo by all H dealers. CO cents per box. Foster- fl Ullburn Co., Uuftalo, N. Y. H Trusts In Sweden. H Following tho oxamplo of other H ountrlos, numerous trusts havo boon H formed In Swedon, ospoctally In tlm- H tor, matches and mining. Hfll Mr. lVlmlofr'H Koothlnor Hyrnn. for children teetlilnit...

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. — 5 March 1904

1 Ithe lion'swhEpII W A Story of Cromwell's Tlmo . .8 BY AMELIA E. BARR- m SHI . - ljiKlinn" "I. Thou nd tha Other On. I M Author of "Tho "o-rorSMTen Jno Ktc. M , (CoPTriibt 1001. b, Dodd. Me.d & Ccuranr. AU .Uhu reMrf.) tfl CHAPTER XIII. I JfJf Changes at De Wick. M When Matilda received a letter from '9 Anthony Lynn, bIio was immediately S certain that the old man's conscience M troubled him In the presence of death 9 und that ho wished to return do Wick SM to Its rightful owner. Sir Thomas and ZM Lady Jovory were of the same opinion. WM and tho two ladles started for do Wick HH ut once. . , . MM Anthony Lynn stood at tho door to meet them. Ho looked ill and frail, A1 hut hardly like death, and when ho J witnessed the delight of tho ladles at WM , i.a tnn.ii, In ilo Wick, his faco grew almost youne In Its pleasure, to H Every room In tho houso was a fresh w H surprise; for through all that was te W venerablo through ago or family asso- y JW elation, and all that was valuable a...

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. — 5 March 1904

Awl s3 m 9 H in M":2v'44C'av:v43:JI';":'3 . fl Va? I 1 f JMu WOK I H j I H v Mar Qfrrr - 4; 3 I I NEW GOODS I . 'I I i. I JUST RECEIVED I ' i H I " -AMI .j. Cv 0 . t & fl ' iS ' I Watch, this sgace for' 3 H :? I description next issae $ . g f I Phenomenal values ! j. I I j CEDAR CITY CO-OP. f I I C.J.ARTHUR, Supt. I 1 I 8 ! i ' i 0 , 75 $ WHY IS IT 1 g - - g I. You may asK, tHat a & B ii n Q iH S e Se yu ie same voIuq ill a suit of clothes M for from S10 to $17 that you pay . others from m $15 to $20 for. The secret is that we pay cash m and sell for cash, making only the smallest H A ma,'B"1 ! Profit I" fact, the profit is yours. I I WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE I M ( That Ave have just received a swell line of 0 M $ gents' Suits, ranging in price from $10 to S17 6$ M 0 and feel sure that we can please you. Give $j m $ us a chance. 000000 6? 0 0 g Ik I Good Teams and Rigs H W1U bu found on u,c r. . I St Mail Route. H I PASSENGER TARIFFS m 5 One way, - $2.50. Round trip, - $4.00. 3 I;...

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. — 12 March 1904

I J H I D "'-MIC fcr H J ,.' Iron CountI Record, I It"'?":. JR- .M&. V1- "' Cedar ay,17o"iCntyUalSP, March 2, 1904. " - --- " ""-Til H I ;' - THE CONVENTION Jf. MATERALKES. j Farmers Meet in Accordance With Pro- I gram Published Last Week. I J, MAYOR GEO. MIDDLETON'S ADDRESS. ---Jjpr Professors Ilutt and Merrill Talk V Interestingly on Fruit Culture, 1 f Use of Water, Gtc. K I" nccordanco with tho program itk which wo published In our lust issue jJmt the farmers of Iron county begun their ' wW flrst convention last Moudny in this W, city. At the first meeting tho building E was not crowded, In fact it was not MM more than half fall, but n good repre IjB 8f ntntlon of the practical farmers was "t ; present, and what they lacked In nuni Hf'. urs they made up in interest. Some K little difficulty whs experienced by the 'm Chairman, IIou. John Parry, in secur es Ing some- one to conduct the musical K part of the exercises, but when he did "B succeed It went oft in line shapo under -...

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. — 12 March 1904

BBBBbY m bbbbI BBH . . .-., . ..... ,- ... . i.. i. ....... i. i ,, BflBB T"""" "" ll , ! I 1 I P THE LION'S WHELP I H A Story of Crormvoll's Time I BY AMELIA E. BARR. H ' Author of "Tho Bow of Oraiiflo Ribbon," "I. Thou nd tho Olhor On." , "Tho Maid of Muldon Lano." Etc. J (Coprrltlit. 1901, by DoJJ, Head ft Company. All rliliu resened.) Bb- CHAPTER XIII. (Continued.) J Thon ho turned to Matilda and led ' her to a sofa, and comforted her; and B jj tho mon-servnntH enmo and took nwny M the dead body nnd laid It, as Anthony 1 ' wished, on his old master's bod. B-" And In tho great anion, now cloarod BB of its offending visitors, Cymllu sat B comforting Matilda nnd Anally ques B' tlonod hor In a wny that compelled Bfl hor to rely, In somo mcasuro, uion BB rblm. M , "Stophon was hero yesterday?" ho BB 1 Biked. B "Part of tho day. Ho loft hero at BB k four In tho nfternoon." B r "Yet tho mall-rider, under onth, Bfl .Bworo this morning that It was Ste- B phen who robbed the mall." H. She...

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. — 12 March 1904

";'- i i S HORSE KNEW LAND VVAQ NEAR. ' " y ' ' v Anfmnl'o Instinct Bettor Than the Ob- Beryatlon"" of Man. T Whon Thomas McGUlnoss, a well known horseman of Philadelphia, wont to Europo sonlo tlmo ago, ho tool: i a blooded horso with him. Tho animal-was In a specially prepared stall on dock nnd enjoyed the trip do aplto tho rough woather. Whon Mr." Mcftulnoss thought land should soon bo sighted, ho nskod tho captain how far the ship was from tho Irish coast. The commander of the steamer, In his ., usual gruff manner, replied: "Your I horso will tell you; watch him." . Tho owner of tho animal could not understand what thp captain meant, . and he was not particularly ploased , with tho nnswer. Finally, howover, ' a couplo of hours hoforo land was ob- soryod, tho horso, which was a mag nificent bay, poked his head through the I grating and, stretching his node, whined loudly. "Thero you are," said ' , tho captain to Mr. McGuInoss; "your horso smolle tho land." Tho captain, In explaini...

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