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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 September 1906

if ' 'V m fi. Jf Ury - " Tw V '"" " ,""sxeBWWiSm&.BBBBBBj r w ' - H 1 I .MINES AND MINING A now ntrlko has been mado In the 'Lower drizzly mlno at Alta, Utah, tho oro encountered being worth $90 a ton. At the l'llot mlno, a quarter of a mile from Murray, Idaho, the men are 'engaged lu sacking oro worth moro than $5 a pound. The Coeur d'Aleno mines aro pros poring and paying big divldonds, while a number of new strikes are be ing mado In that district. A new strlko has been mado In tho New York Bonanza, a property at Park City. It la on tho 700-foot level, and Is said to bo a most Important dis covery. iSomo vory rich oro has beon found r i f by Monroe persons working In tho &"' Horse Hoaven district .south of Marysvalo, nnd some sensational do, Tclopments aro promised. Dividends to tho amount of $461,250 wero declared last week by the Fed oral Mining & SmoHIng company. Tho '.mines aro tho silver-lend properties In tho Coour d'Alcncs of Idaho. A rich strlko has been made ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 September 1906

( Hi r V Hr i i ! (Palace Saloon) H I O. J. Sinclair. & Co. I H( Deztei, Bourbon and Rye f Wluskies. H Pure Liquors for Family H v Trade H ' Utah and Eastern Beers fl Billiards and r 1 H l When in Town H r Wre Us a Calif HI ' American Fork, Utah E Tnlephonn 27X., I I The Star Saloon I j ADAMS WILD, Proprietor H DRALRRS IN 1 WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, H' H ' J. F. Coulter, Bourbon and H? Crystal Brook Rye H Salt Lake Beer on tap. H Eastern Beer of ail kind. Hi Family Trade Solicited I! POOL AND BILLIARDS Hi MintMl M Atnirieaa fork, Utah Hi w i i-1! XT JEC MTeiapt 1 BARBER SHOP i H, IF WX rl.KAS YOU TRLL OTIIIRt, H If WE DON'T rLIAlB YOU TELL US. B Two Chairs OPEN ALL DAY . WOODS, I'rop. i la THORNTON'S CANKER AND ORE THROAT aBREMEDY A Mi mS almtat tr ff Ctnker Sore Throat and Sore Gums. Every bottle guaranteed H Sold exclusively by : WM. THORNTON, DRUGGIST, H; AHtMKMi tOUt, . UTAH I CHER , Current Tlmo Table, M BAST IIOUNO. M y tio, fc Fur Silver City, liureka.'.l'ay- ffi ataaitit I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 September 1906

" .lellIH I (SMtXGsbnm g Same Thing. j. "If I loso you It will wreck my life," ) ( sighed tho Impecunious lover te the y ' " heiress. I "Papa said Bomejhing ot the sort jaBt nlglu." "Ah I ho realizes that my life hang upon your answer?" ' "No, not your llfo exactly, but your l credit." IlouBton Post U DILL8 BERTM. Condi jp DtlvflBl !& "Hallo, Dill, yo ain't a sandwich man bo longer, nln't yor?" "No, Dick, my medical adviser said I must get an Indoor Job and this la tho nearest I can get to It." Lucky to Get It Out. "Where did you get that nonicT" said the' "I got It out of my head." said he. ' "I cot Jt out of my own small headl" "What a lucky thing for your head," she I JIJ. -Cleveland Leader. , .. A Change of Spirits. j "Do you believe In corners, Mr. I Jonca!" J ' "No, Indeed; I would dlo boforo I would go Into a corner or countonance monopoly. Why?" "Why, Miss Petrle, whom you ad mlro so much, Is all nlono In a cor 'nor of tho conservatory, and what, going?" Houston Post. YE...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 September 1906

t T I HI ' H' rUTNAM F.nET.reS DYES, are fcwi B in lisltt and milling ind color more goods' I H tbu others. 10c per package. H' We can gonorally avoid a lot of H trouble by not saying what wo think. Mr, Vlnatow (toothing By nip. LH For cbMnn irelbtBR, often. lh cumi, rdarai In. H einin.tltfn.ill.xiPla. Jur.liidcolle. Mcabotila. B I And tho small boy lives his neigh M Vr an hlmsolf-lf sho gives him H aoniethlng to eat n a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EA8E. H A powder. It cures painful, smart. H tig, nervous feet and Ingrowing nails. H it's the greatest comfort discovery of H Iho ago. Makes new shoes easy. A H tortaln euro for sweating foot. Sold H by all druggists, 25c. Trial packago, H PREE. Address A. B. Olmsted, Lo M Itoy, N. Y. m "Pugi" Ordered from Seattle. , ho chlef of police of 8oattle, bo H llovlns that prUo lighters bring crira . . Innla and other undesirables In tholr Mi'l ' train, has ordered nil pugilists train- I em and others connected with tho f ring to leavo tho city or t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 September 1906

B Ti''EVH'JHpflHBHpjBpjIpHIHilaHaVPaHB pB H GAINED 34 POUNDS H Prltonl Anaemia Cured by Dr William' Pink Pllla After Other Romedlea Had Failed. " When I began taking Dr. Williams Hnk Pills," saya Mrs. Nathaniel Field, of St. Albans, Somerset county, Maluo,' ! was tho palest, most bloodless person yon could imngiiio. My tongue and gams wero colorless nud my fingers aud ears woro liko wax. I had two doctors and they pronounced my tronblo aniomla. vM I had spells of Tomltlng, could not eat, I in fact, did not daro to, I had such ills- H tress after eating. My stomach was filled with gas which caused mo awful agony. The bockacho I suffered was at times almost nubcarablo nud tbo least cxortlon mado my heart beat bo fast that I could hardly brontho. But tho worst of all was U' the splitting neuralgia boadacho which novcr left mo for seven weeks. About this titno I had bad several numb siells. My limbs would bo cold nnil without any feeling and tbo most deathly soiiwUIoaa would coino over ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 8 September 1906

B . . i - ii - in- - fi ii - i - i-T-Ti Tir- ' s. tl rfr. V i vf fc- 1 ... vA ,W jV . . S H THE CITIZEN H American Fork, - - Utah H Published every Saturday 1 W. . LOVELEBB, PHOl'. 1 "Entered May, 27th. 1903 at Amerl H mb Fork, UUb M Mooml-claM matter, H ' umkr Act or OoBgrMfl of Marub 3rd. H wfc H SubacrlpUoB in advance, 1 year. .11.60 Sis BMBthl.t.. ....... '" H ThrMBontfai 60 B AROUND THE TOWN. H Owing to sickness, which seems B to have struck the whole force at Bv this office, it has been necessary to H slight many newsy items of local H interest. We hope to make up for H Fred Jackson was a visitor at Salt H Lake Thursday. H Miss Alice Dunnspent Labor Day H at Salt Lake,, H Miss Elsie Henderson of Salt Lake H is the guest of Miss May Hanson. B Bishop W. B. Smith is on the fl lick list this week. H Mrs Peter Logrden left Thursday H for a ten day's vUit at Bingham. Grace Richards of Salt Lake has been spending ten days with friends H here. H Eliza Chipman returned home H Tuesday a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 November 1906

mM $r - 'iip ' $ n 1lfe TrY .mmmm rfeJfl wmm t rn tt th- -. Hfr nn T 7 T? AT I - '- "l H I'laffif TfSizoPBKIa I H H-i hA I I Xj rij PUbiicWTHgciTFzEMcoin,.i, , Bfl f' ' ' ' KMpfePgWBg-V ?.'S ,), AaiKRicAyJoitK. Ptau; SattjjWy, November J 7, 1906. Subscription 81.00 BBJ P- ' ; ;ter Work.' H yt!TMSmWl, special bond.elcc- rM "iSWfKM1? .ftpStturday to bond Bmm WMpW? victory' r I iBBu. tn piofrilve rfdi-ef our citizens. Kv The total vote cut being 162 and of BHr1"' theee ,41 were against the proposition. Ejr The Ughiness of the voto was due to, HT the fact that H was generally known mm that there would bo tbu little opposj- "B tlofl andhad" there been morijthe' total BBt votet "would have bsen doubled by Jo Bftm.V who faVor tHo issue t'fc Theatepa wlllbejtaken. ati4a,ib M isW.nd; dlfttj&tf the wateplpes aiKrnKwrwitey .,' Bfl terlala will be ordered "to' aa to begin B the work aa aocn as the frost b oat of mm. .i jf-? f ground In early spring. " ' . a . if' -W ,"' There, were about th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 November 1906

BBBBBBBBBB mr $ ' BBBBBBJP Al H THE CITIZEN M W. D. LOVELE98, Publisher, B AMERICAN FORK UTAH H: UTAH STATE NEWS H Arthur Ireland, Jr., aged 18, died on H' Sunday at a Salt Lnko hospital ns tho H result ol a fall from a trestle at Oar H M. Foylc. an aged man of Ogdcn, BBBM was struck by n blcyclo whllo walking H down tlio street, nml sustained BBBB broken H Arthur Bush, need 22, was nccldont- H ally shot In tho right leg while nt work H near Liberty, a revolver falling from BBBB his pocket. H A convention of publicity experts H from all tho leading cities of the H United States nnd Canada Is to bo held H is Salt Lnko next June. H Walter James of Illack nock and N H ' B. poison of Mt. Pleasant last week H cold (120,000 brad of sheep to a pack H itompany of Los Angeles. H McKenn of Salt Lake was beaten In H the checker match with Droulllord of H Kansas City, tho former winning three H camea and tho latter Ave, with eleven HBH B Tho recent storms havo tnado tho H roads at Summit county...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 November 1906

I jMNfisiniDin H (Cop right, 1838, 1500. by S. II. C'rocki U Ml CHAPTER XI. Continued. 1'ho l'rlnco of Courtlnnd turned on 3M Angry countcnanco upon his friend, SHI l but .tho keen-witted Musrovllo looked KU so kindly and yet so sadly upon him M that after a whllo the severity of his II faco relaxed nil It had been ngnlnst g his will, and with a quick gesture he indded, "I bcllovo you loto mo, Ivan. Ufough Indeed your words are no hot- tor than red-hot pincers In my heart." "Lovo you, Louis?" cried Prince Ivan. "I lovo you better thnn nnj brother I have, though they will novor Hvo to thwart mo as yours thwarts you better oven than my father, for you do not keen mo out of my Inherit Then In a gayer tono he went on: "I lovo you so much that I will pledgo my father's whole army to help ou, first to win our wife, next to tako Hnhcnstcln. Kerns-berg nnd Ma-sj- rlenfold. And after that, If you are ' still ambitious, why to Plassonburg and tlio Wolfmark, which now the Kxccutloner'a Ron hol...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 November 1906

' H THE TIME IS DRAWING NEAR H When You will bo Looking for H X-MAS PRESENTS H ON H James Martin, H - Watchmaker & Jeweler H . MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY It's the Gunrnntcc that Counts H i When You Purchase a A DIAMOND, WATCH H ; OR CLOCK H. or Any Thing in tlio V JEWELRY LINE H Ytu want to Know You nro Purchns- Bfcj. ing from A Unliable Jeweler. Hl Goods Nought of us nru Hacked by Hfl Guarantee- ns Good us Government H FINE WATCH REPAIRING. H James Martin, Tho Jeweler H Th Clock sign titeait at Co-op tlore, H ' ' MAINISTREET AMERICAN FORK H " a H The Wedding Cake m and Birthday Cakes can be H made to your order on short notice. JA good stock of L Coffee Rolls, Buns and cakes H I always in stock at our store. SM 1 Buy Bread from our Bak- rH I cry, it is free from all adultcr- fJH M ations usually put in bakery Hf ' productions to give a good K appearance, etc. JCail up B Ind. 'Phone I26A, H American Fork City B Bakery, T JOHN T. GUDGEON, Prop.J K I AMERICAN FORK j K ! 1 LIVERY &...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 November 1906

Our TVeu; York Letter ; , IiterettkiK Gossip from Gotham Town Prize-Winaing Honei Are VV Gaetti at Millionaire's Dinner Free Magazine for Blind to Be 'f Pablished. A ' ' ',a "CT" NRW YORK. Harvev S. I-adew, many limes '' - U f' K v. R mllHoiialio. who attracted attention In the fash- f JL.(c( ifflvmaL 'nimble -world a row years ago by oilglnntlng n " ' 'VTVNflV W biick-nnd wing dance. has eclipsed all previous m- ,-". .MV? 'ffij nl,en,ltH at novel entertainment with a "pony Pty'-lwfyiFlPjtL '''"it) guests wcio summoned to his mansion 1 T '7&SrrSt "' nlpncove to celebrate the victories won by tbo I gl&lfMZJMM ,'a,low entries In tbo Piping Hock horse diow , m., .NMKr'wftlS n'"' two of tlle fo'T-footed winners bail plnres at -tmv&Jj&ffiM t,le uoal- whllo tlueo more weio led through tbo V ""-T7 UmM b.imiiiet ball by giooms In livery and fed wltb MS M 1 !,IIR"r Plums Ert '''le ''"dew cotmtiy seat Is one or tbo finest 5 "" ,,mR Island." Tbu dlnlns room, built In tbo JT col...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 November 1906

BBBBBI 1 coON f v MVi --s lh 111 ttK-- ' ' wPE-RU-NA Bj. VI tor K I CATARRH 1 1 Head.throat J l LUNGS. STOMACH P JKJdnhs.bidder h !&V? ND M PELVIC B I o !& r se-v k j. Herding of New York'i Poor. B Paul I). Cravnlli, chnlrmnn of the B w tonoincnt-hnuso commlttco of tlio P J Charity Organization society, declares Lj thnt a .cIoko canvnn shows Hint thcro Ki are In Now York tenements 357,000 V , room.s that liavo no windows. BBBBj 1 BBBBj important to Mother. BBBBj Knmlna carffully errrjr Mil of CA8T0TUA, BBBBl aafo and aurt renty for infanta and cliIMrro, BBBB ai are (hat It Hj BUjnaiawof W$f2&' Hk l Um For Otrcr UO Trara, Hll' T Kind Voo Uara Alwaja ttuutbt. Hl X Love's First Awakening. H Ono la always n little hypocritical V (n tho beginnings of lovo. How enn HjK ' you oxpect a womnn, n roaaonnblo Hr woman, to confess to herself frankly B that a man whom alio 1II1I not know HBj yestordny occupies already n larger fj pltco In her henrt thun nil lior rola- H V liven, frien...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 November 1906

Ispepsiatf Women 'atfcy Fenale Disorder and Cured by MJE. Plnkhaa'a Vigetabls Componod Seat many w6mcn suffer with a, Mf indigestion or dyspepsia which jlnot secra to yield to ordinary treat- At. Whtlo the symptoms seem to bo fnilar to those of ordinary incllncs- m,yot the mtillclncs universally pro- .klbcd do not Mem to ruRtoru tlio pa- I vMrs. 1'tnkham clnlms that there is a I 1 at of dyRpcpsla that is caused by a I t MnRcment of tho female organism, 1 I, which, while it causes a disturb' tt similar to ordinary indigestion, Mot bo relieved without a medicine feh not only acU as a stomach tonic, jhas a peculiar tonic effect on tho fe re organism. Bis proof of this theory wo call at ,tlon to tho cose of Mrs. Maggie -fcFKht, UrooUlyn, N. Y., who was 'r3ppktcly cured by Lydla E. rink s liam's fcgctablo Compound after evcry- thing clbo had failed. Bho writes : y "KortJVo yenrs I ii(Trml with dynpqnla I wlilrhwidjriiprulnl t!iociitlmjtiiitlmt I ft H vtnx unnblo to attend to my daily ilu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 17 November 1906

R!?"s'''Ki.,( " wr -r . - t r , , Xiiifras-f , - KI-5S5WHWHBBBWH H H i I P : I -----' " ' " H Jtf-EWMCtBCBBMBBBH8WWP z g ; ( Palace Saloon B I O. J. Sinclair. & Co. I i Dexter, Bourbon and Rye ' Whiskies. H Pure Liquors for Family H Trade M ; Utah and Eastern Beers Hy Billiards and Pool H. f When ijt'Tomtt Give Us a Call I B I , . 1 H , American Fori:, Utahl H- I Tolopliorto 27X. I I The Star Saloon ADA-ISA WILD,4rroprttors DEALERS 1M WlffES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, J. F. Coulter, Bouilvon and Crystal Brook Rye Salt Lake Beer on tap. Eastern Beet of all kinds. Family Trade Solicited POOL AND BILLIARDS ttarctinnl 81., American Fork, Utah H ' A i i BARBER SHOP H IP VK TLKASK YOU TIU.I. OTIIKnS, t i IV WH PON't I'l.KASK youtkll us. WLii iiu - " Hl Two Chairs m I OPEN A LTj J) a y IK Jr -" Hf 6. WOODS, Prop. H , THORNTON'S jj CANKER v Hl . I ... AND f ! SORE THROAT H, I REMEDY m 1 I A tilt indaltitint curator f Canker Soro Throat f" and Soro Gums. H; Every bottle guaranteed L H Sold exclus...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 November 1906

TA CITIZEN. O-YtW X 1 IJJ 1 1 M 1 LA Hi 1M . !a! " ' Vol. 4. No. 31. American Fokk, Utah, Saturd) November 24, 1906. Suhsckiption $1.50 DIES FROM HEART FAILURE ( Lewis McBrlde Passed Away From Natural Causo Instead of Accldont '" n First Reported. Justice E. K. Mcllrldo received n telegram, Wednesday morning from Marysvalo, Idaho, containing the start ling news "Come at once your your son Lewis has met with a serious nccldent", Mr McBridc took the first train and on reaching Salt Lake received word the boy was dead and by asking for par ticulars and details, was informed his son had started to work (ho was engag ed at a grading camp of the Yellow I stone Canal company ns usual in the best of health and without the slightest warning dropped to the ground and ex pired within three minutes. The doc tor pronounced it heart failure, nnd the '' ' first telegram was sent In order to break the news more gently to the par ents. Arrangements were made nnd the body was prepared and shipped nt ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 November 1906

B THE CITIZEN H W. D. LOVELESS, Publliher, H AMERICAN FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS B Tho city council of Provo hns do- B elded to erect an electric lighting sys- tern at a cost or $15,000. H R. A. Ijowu of AiiKtln, Just north of H Moroc, will get over $1,150 from flf- H teen ncrcs of beetti thin season, B During tho past week morn tlinn H $1,000,000 In taxes wns collected by BBS the treasurer of Salt I. like county. BBBJ A miniature hurrlcimu which struck BBBJ OKdeii on tho 151 h did considerable BBBJ damago to roofs mid outbuildings. BBV Mrs. J. Larson was struck by it sign BBVJ which fell from n building during (ho BBV recent windstorm In Suit Lake, und BBV seriously Injured. BBV J. II. Dollliis, a carpenter, fell from BBV scaffold at tho sampling mill In BBV courso of construction at Garfield, and BBV was Instantly killed. H Mrs. Ellen .Mlllgato of Ogilen hcv BBB cred a part of her Index linger of thu BBB left hand with a small hand ax whllu BBB chopping kindling wood. M Ralph Collc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 November 1906

JOANS WTO1J (Copyright, 189S, 1900, by 8. n. Crockett.) CHAPTER XIII. Joan Stand Within Her Danger. So soon as Werner von Orseln re turned to Costlo Kernsberg with news of the forcing of tho Alia and tho overwhelming numbers of tho Musco 'ylto hordes, tho Bnd-oyod Duchess of Hohcnstcin became onco moro Joan of tho Sword Hand. The Invndlng army must have num bered thirty thousand, at least. There were, all told, about two thousand In Kernsberg. Von Orseln, Indeed, could easily havo raised more. Nay, they would have come In of themselves by hundreds to fight for their Duchess, i but tho llttlo town could not food more. When Werner von Orseln and Peter Balta met tho Invader at the fords of tho Alia, Maurice von Lynar and Alt Plkkcr had remained with Joan, nomi nally to assist her dispositions, but t .Y.. really to form a check upon tho lm- " ' petuoslty of her temper. Now Von Orseln was hack again. Tho fords of the Alia were forced, and tho fighting Btrcngth of Kernsberg united Itself ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 November 1906

i HHHJ III ! I II III I fl the: time is drawing near H. When You will be Looking for H, X-MAS PRESENTS H' James Martin, H Watchmaker & Jeweler M MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY H It's tho Guarantoo that Counts B When lu Purchase n M DIAMOND, WATCH H CLOCK or Any Thing in the M JEWELRY LINE H You want to Know You nro Purchas- H Ing from A lte..uble uuwder. PPH Goods Bought of us arc Backed by PJH Uuurantces as Good as Government PJH bonds. M FINE WiU 11 Kfc-t'AlRING. H James Martin, The Jeweler PJH Thi Clock ilgn itl ei . ol Co-op itore, H MAIN STRUT -MthlCAf) FORK M The Wedding Cake fl and Birthday Cakes can be M made to your order on short H notice. JA good stock of H Coffee Rolls, Buns and cakes M always in stock at our store. M JBuy Bread from our Bak- M cry, it is free from all adultcr- M ations usually put in bakery fl productions to give a good M appearance, etc. (JCali up M Ind. 'Phone I26A, H American Fork City M Bakery, H JOHN T. GUDGEON, Prop. H AMERICAN FORK : LIVERY &...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 November 1906

J ENCOURAGING TEDDY jj By Cosmo Hamilton 8 'Copyright, Uifi, by Joseph U. Howies.) When two women are Bitting over , n Blowing fire In the broad daylight, nnd one Is mnrricd niul tho other Is not, they Invurlnbly talk of two things dtcss and sorvnnts, Hut when tho light has waned, and the glow of tho tiro nils tho corners of the room with dnnclng shadows, oven dress and servants nro left, and the convotsntlon Invarlnbly turns to the other great stock subject, man. "Of course, I didn't do It to bo 1 thanked; but I think you might have murmured one little word of gratltudo to mo for asking -Mr Carr down. I mean, ordinary politeness requires Bomo attention even from you." Kvu looked up ut Mrs. Clutton from n deep dell of hot coal which had been formed between tho bars. 'Thank . i . you," she said; and then, added, "for nothing." Mrs. Clutton wan one of those long, slight, tired women who ulwayit droBS to perfection, nro never milled, never different, who nro able to hurry while appeari...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 November 1906

I SIX WIVES TAKE UNIQUE REVENGE. H HUSBANDS "OUT," MATRONS AR- H range: private party. H COCKTAILS, WINE AND TEA H Women Eat, Drink and Have G.y H Time, Then Have Bllli Sent to H "Hubblei" Cheerful Surprise H for Several Gentlemen. H New Yoik. "Tlu'ic will bo six of H us. We will he Hutu at midnight. W'u H want .1 good Ktippur, with corlaullH to H itart on mid a nlco imrtrhlKo for each H of us. Anil tho ulnu? Oh, yea, I for- H got that. Tin on hottlcH will ho enoiiKli, H No, wo don't want nuy roffcu :ind H brundy. Hut wo will wind up on tun." B "Think of a hiipimt piuty winding H up on tea." intiscd Tom llculy, tho n H tiuirnut man, or ho huiiff up tli tolf- H (iIkiihi rcccUcr and hcI about kUIiik H the nwswiry onlors for Bt-nltij,' the H mldnlKlit ropant. "Muxl lie a lot of H hot aportH," hi1 mild to IiIk brother H "1. .1.," n pvitv ouo cnlla hltn. H "Oh, wi'll. they won't l;iy lotw," H comforted "I. J." "A crowil that H wanlH only Ihroo bolt leu of wluo anil H cuts out brandy and ...

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