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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

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Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

4 v = J 4 0 a 2 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 21 1909 J I I l I S Z j I f r I J I I Ir 1 t I I f I 71 It t = = = II i 1j I 1 I i III iiIII I l I I J I J 1j r ri = I J I j I I j I i I I f I 1I H 4 I I j j I Lr I Mrs William Allison visited In Salt Iako City this week Mrs F N Hess ha returned from a bhort visit to Los Angeles Mr and Mrs Samuel Nowhouse pent Sunday in Ogden with friends I Mrs D P Baron Is the guest of her sIster In Salt Lake City for a few days Mrs Charles HollIngRworth visited n few days In Salt Lake City this cck The Tolstoi circle met on Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs F S Starratt Miss Mirllla Hunter spent a few days this week with friends In Salt Lake City Walter Oakey of Saratoga Wyo Is visiting relatives In Ogden for a con plo of weeks Miss Ella Livingston has gone to Tcllurldo Colo to visit her aunt Mrs Frank E Jones William Glddlng has returned from i a visit of two months In Los Angeles nnd other coast cities The SL Patricks ball and card ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

I 1 ro I I > i I g I r r i rr ll1 EI < rv f i > I p > THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 21 1909 3 r f e i Jj ted 1 t hlG habib d tcmpta l11I ral mach ° o 1 rJd 1 1t4lfjf g R Olld l there heatort a i notorci I qri ng To I On d drii BIOrrl 18 termepla I Out nb att rof UI31 1 t 3 helptohtt thou V e WfknCJ1 aselste Il boutacolt o thc 1 pout I but J ho homey 1 tlmeWltr J pulkdttl ot Ptull IOn theejF I meltgL i nan IIs J ofdJi tlrcW oud de It toadEtll If righter tempt rJI 1slotiatts fJgbtllt tblo paid ISO Pcepj and b7 tyt h so nUl lcdlcl 16 11 1 t limo hu imo1sh111 lot Per tto I III tUt reml ir to j 610nVh i ollvct th aorbk C to le d to overfed b1 a low un coplo iho andre 3y cute cos 10 Fcrurll Jolumbu repaid + r lNG RK i 1 1I I = = a AND SSIoN small gement lamoaJ utatton s here w f aLsler llroas colt g your ana1J I I 1 tULTd lhose ererby by stra clog bout 1 the i nl Llba and Iced the lulte v hich with and C11f teu tlJc r ped gof plat rte I fl flJ I J 1 j 1 a i 4L F...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

r l t r Ii L = = < 1Tr It t t 1 r f 4 I i 4 THE mORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 21 1909 I I THE INTER MOUNTAIN fOUR STATE FAIR I PREMIUM LIST = = = II I It Awards for Everything Manufactured and Produced Lj d in Four StatesGet Ready for the Biggest i 1 Week Ogden Ever Had I i DEPARTMENT A J J C NYE Supcrvlsor itll All exhibits winning prizes In this department be 01 1 come the property of the Fair Association First t prlzo winner In this department can select a gold 61 medal In placo of cash prlzo I I 1st 2nd 3rd f NAME OF EXHIBIT Prize Prlxc Prize l I CLASS 1 GRAIN AND SEEDS t L Peck hard wheat 50 300 ShO t 5 Peck soft wheat 500 30 100 3 Peck of rye 100 20 10 I 1 Peck of oats 40 200 100 5 Peck of barley MICO 200 100 r 0 Peck of buckwheat > f 400 ZOO 100 r i 7 Gal SeNt Peas 30 200 LOG 1 I S Gal Alfalfa Seed 300 200 100 9 Gal Timothy Seal 300 200 10 1 1U Gal Orchard Grusa Seed 300 200 100 sia 11 Gal Clover Seed 30 200 100 I 12 Corn any kind 20 ears 3CO 2C 100 1 13 Pop ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

E 1 I to II ro I A i ro g Y7 Y 7 1 77 1 < fi7i 1 s < k r I < J t j THE MORNING EXAMINES C3BEW UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 21 1GOO ftL I p In It rnOrnlnr ot i hlbltot f1J Clch n of hcn Er clfon 9h y < ltdJ 1 1J ab JltI orth3 e 11 I ond any btOttJ yen lbtor hoJ r ° or Inorfj 00 for the fr 7 i mluijis QI I three reo o v to Z5 t nlJ tJ to 25 i J to 25 < < nu IJ tug TRIBE 1 and HCQ > wln wnK ex doves Ml iCh 2 w 1M 3 I I 32C 10 jg 4 200 L LWfi 13 i OTBItt t 4 II 10M 11 1 rf i 7 > Y i of KwitJ 1 I dtPwCA1 MedaLJ 1 dedsi Is Ihers bisfex follows led that d numter ch num i Jf above 1 exhibits < bo made 3 dal will ointfl of + id l id Medal d Medal Medal rt Medal 4 t d Mdi 1 d Mc3I d Medal dMeiiil d Medal Ins for J Im 1 I 1nIS ter > > 3 In CI1U I4 Ill 1or a8 t EDS I ass for b i d la cofl Iau XM for law 5 t ffi 3M rSQ Iass i 3S for J US O1 ts3 for < islEs GL S J < 2M s I 1M MENS t 1 Medal l cdd l Medal I Mfdal 31ea1 1 I edI f t f j cl p i 1 t I t il Jt S 15 T liil 9 ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

r f I 4I 1 II LJ t rIll J f 6 THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH j i Ii I RECEPTION i I KNIGIITS I TEMPLAR 11 t WILL BE GIVEN IN MASONIC TEM t PLE MONDAY NIGHT 1 s t J bra Affair Is In Honor of Deputy of the j Repreeentatlve of Grand Matter of Grand Encampment t i 1H 1 IH Monto Commandery No L I t iJ I Knights Templar are making elabo I I rate preparation for the reception of I i I the deputy of the representative of I J J I the grand master of the grand en J campment of Knights Templar of the United States and the visitation of i j Gate City Commandery of Pocatello 1 3 t I Llabo Evanston comm ndorr of Evan J I ston Wo Utah Commander of Salt j Lake City and Malta Commander of I t II Park City Utah on Monday March 22 I h The members of El Monte Corn I J I mandory have been requested to meet I i kln full temple uniform at the Masonic temple at 630 p m Bharp and pro I ceed to the union depot with the Og don city band whore tho will await I the arrival of tho deputy of the repre r j sentat...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

< D ro J i 1 nIr I I j = Q CO ro tr C O i i A 1 i I < TPP5 1 f 7 1t hi fl < AI THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAB SUNDAY MARCH 21 1909 1 V T T T T ffr HS 1 should t a bun l vice k alr I ar thisi cannot I j t 9C j l1e I u 5c I IcI SIf i i IJn b I 1t tIt G I E It CO f J fI I 1011 l I Jj 01 t1 + rvvww i I Cor 1i1nii CEJ DRY JRKS riIIS CJJ 30lltr dal 11 of pl HO Sit r INN ket 1 9 x 3 v able 1 y to Pre amltnr a tI2I l i oret 300 bat id clams ti cy 4 ing and n ilea labo I rohi JO y 1 dO I i I oilJJd lot of t pct US tray I J J i i I r sue t Pre = 3 H Easter I iI f I H Sermon I Revised tf Fellow Women This lit a tf tie talk repeated by vo a I quostj the Examiner ad man called said It was good for him is givon to t f you personally because nz1 usual when a sormon Is in sight the men are con spicuous by their absence t I The subject of our text J I ure today Is silks When t the cool days In August come and you are uunlc t II fug about your winter clothes We may havo a word to say about ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

I I Lra TI A I c W 1 I r fr I I II THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH I I f i j t I t I f I r + t I i l 1 1 I 2l w II I I I j J I 1 1I 1i HH r ItS k i 1 S I I I t 1 I i I r t t I I I = JI f i i c 1 rI l 1 r cH 4 i ii = i H it I H i L 1 I I i j i t I j 1 f j r I i 1 J fi I rr It 4i a0 l f s i I I 1 Free Tickets to lobe Theater Read This Carefully and Clip Out the Coupon and SEE the Show FRED = By special arrangements this paper will publish a coupon once each week which will entitle tho subscriber or holder of the coupon to a free admis sion to tho Globo theater any after noon except Wednesday or Saturday Just clip out the coupon hand it to the doorkeeper at the Globo and take tho best seat In sight not occupied If the Globe management dont treat you right call on tho Standard manager I and report This coupon will appear onco each week on different days In the Stand ard and Examiner and the coupon will he good for seven days after it Is dated Watch for tho coupon clip It out give It to ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

I o > u 7f i 8 = Q < tr c ° I 1 t A r f irltr c 4 ThfW f Q r < J J = T Pages 9 to 16 THE MORNING EXAMINERJ Two I cM t l VOL VINO 80 OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 21 J909 4 PRICE FIVE CENTS I f l I 11 I 1 s I Y I k 1t 1tt1 tjJ un shi ne J l l tie fineJ They > fa t e h know ot e for YOt1 > f ours < NS i lothesv P BODY J E AT 2J F wife left bC j ltJ > a busiar 5 44 nrshnw Rj 1 0 to the IGf I = A Week I I I 1 I s f r 1 i I TY j I I Y g Skirts t tailors in 1000 skirt 695 fITS y THE jg Clothes t ng foe neW will be inf o f vantage fellow who vcr comes Il whileour Hits j lS OI t EoaH i u onlp Pj s Y III u 1 Q u 1 J i r r I yl 7 rr yr yr r r r f r T y I S50000 OF I 41 J Y J i Ls i I j CAPTURED BY I IHIS PAPER I For Our Women Readers I EVERY WEEK THE BEST WOMANS PAGE A newspaper is known by the company it keeps A newspapers reputation is made and sustained by the Way in which it treats its friends That is logical and obvious This paper has always been proud of its ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

1 i v 4 m 3 t I Jeffries Maci of t e 1iuir 3 t Heavywesght Sttki t i I Johnsoal idi1s t nces 1 1 1 IM JEFFRIES 13 going to fight Jack Johnson for tho cham 1 I I J pionship of tho world No Jim i iiii I 1 is not going to fight that IB S I Jim docs not know whether ho Is go I ing to light or not Neither docs any I body else know hut It Is what wo arc It all anxious to knowthat Is all nx 1 ceptlng Jeff Ha knows but ho will E3 I I J I CQ doubt It will bo Jeffries from tho tap of the bell to the finish This Is based I on the dope of tho fighters Of all the I game has produced Jeffries Is unques tionably tho greatest He Is tho only man In tho heavyweight division that has never been knocked down or forced to break ground In tho entire list of heavyweight lighters of tho last P1 ij JEFFRIESttf A i II HAPPY MOOD j a matter aiG good business f I The Financial SIde r Looking at It from any angle tho c big fellow Is In a position to make plenty of money to odd to his present estimated wealth of...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

I r g jk t I I J > I g q j > tB C 0 J i I I l > t l Wc tO > f i M t 1 po4tH 1 y r 1 k ti4 1 Pt 1 Ii f1 f fr I 1 PIORLETY L ROEERT a I 4 t 1 1 J LD Bill lived with his wife and diugh L on a feeder of Double Mountain Creek J in the northwestern part of Texas + r DLD He dressed in an antique black frock r 11 coat and wore a Panama hat Both dated from bcfo the wall suit there was no mistake about that He rode bout the ranges and the prairies on an ancient bronco not quite so antique as his clothes but so antique that the cowboys said the pinto had been in the Ark His family was one daughter and if he was cussed with her there were many young mcn who would have thought themselves blessed if Amandy Higginson had so much as smiled on them She was plump and fair and very engaging and called her mother Maw and her father 1 aw And girls were scarce around Dot hie Mountain while at that time cowboys were plenti ful and Texas was not yet fenced in and sheep wet not ousting cattle Wh...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

J L fIIq j 1 L iJ w HJ Po ir f i if I d 12 I J K i m m m vvvw nww 4 TEMPERAN CE H I EPARTEN1 + f j I I I CONDUCTED BY W C T U I l f EDITORIAL COMMITTEE 1 j f MISS FRIEDA DRESSEL MRS U WAY iI I I = + + HHI = = t I = = = I = = I r WHAT THERE IS IN IT I The saloonkeepers all muy bo very t nice men I But what Is there In it for me I spend nil my money and wake np mj In the pen i I So what is there In R for me Of course Im as welcome us the flow i I ers In May When I como lo thc Joint to squander my pay i J But I wake up in Jail the very next 1 day = I And that all theres init for IHQ All over this country were swimming = I In booze But what is there in It for me The saloonkeepers kids are wearing i new shoes But what is there in it for me I The distillers share is an automobile I i A carriage the retailers share of the Ii deal But Im wearing shoes that are down I cown at the heel i I And thats all theres In it for mo My thirst costs mo more than my i clothes and my food And thats all th...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

I I L 1 kL I 11 0 i I I J i THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MATRCH 21 1909 1i 1 111 tb 1 to I t moth as l1 t tbe 10Ic Sootb I built Ira OrtEIl llIg Alt Ingtoll lli nil It hlk1 lis rear l 1 aecoax tnlkc pit matt t Ca rnatk rnn p11 to battle n arlcy nd he flag rOundthj > ± t S j l r j D ICK A rHz > JItlIlHM C on QI rlh 0 h1JaG that lhe = ns 4f Ip dog s are X31 5t sod tl Jr the hit JI fnaC4 of JJ tt 4 C ttti Bndiieo r finalljft Y iSSueJk off ha riomd long jp will ibi Jlle ails usherG each hi ill fateif outailJ time J IS aft that tt roteyg2s oclaItz Sts 1ht we n J worifi f raluecf it my acr < CGirf Jrl and r4 au Ht n hl I t Or confMffi i I t hell si is ar QCj1SI1 pita l HSft t ieea f r rl i st sbe r 160 r ttG y but log 13 Iv tbe s man KI1aGN N 1 oUt3 = I tll j t s to3 dalJ t J mpi 1 < d moo = i n cc bet bett 1t5illto to j the kJ to nil SL llet > y lptrl jo t e liarde T cd 11 od11t rsbo f tit alnj3 well DUct I 1 omle slttP crew tat > l ed la i i cat Jctl t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

iLJ 1 t lib I I I b I S I 14 THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 21 1909 i t r IGRAND OPERA HOUSE C MING ATTRACTIONS I + y rS Iy f 1 THURSDAY MARCH 26 TUESDAY MARCH 30 T L UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC CLUB CHARLES B HANFORD I j CHARLES B HANFORD COMING i I I p It has been said that when the pub I lic wants a novelty It goes back a cen N I tury or so and revives something When It finds current history too tame i It turns to some character of a hygoiio i era and makes him the literary lion of ii i the hour The oldest furniture tho I oldest china the oldest tapestry takes on a charm which iu their own times worc unsuspected And the public s t when it has had a speedy sulliclency 4 f I of flimsy farce and garish musical IIIIII Ii 1 Union Labor I p H For a year now times have been 1 i hard All workers ha ° o been much II unemployed Winter Is now here 1 Fires must ho kept up Children must 11 have shoes The days arc cold and twentylive thousand hatters arc lock cd out 1 f Suppose thc worke...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

cE 1 J I j 1JIIIIII Q 0 a Jt S r f ro c < k i F i t t 0 tf 1I 7f7 i I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH jyMARCH2ll9OO V i 1 ii Ogde Business Directory Advertisements In this column cost In ate line per month payable 7T c per ancc 4 ANYTHING Everything Boll 31U 32lt ABSTRACTORS The D W Ellis Abstract Company Inc Licensed and Bonded AbstractoS of Title to any land In Weber county I Office under First Natl Bank ARCHITECTS F C WOODS tc CO 1st Nat Bank 3l3t j ATTORNEYSATIAW N J Hnrrlc Lawyer Notary Pro bate and Real Estate Law Specialties 11 First Nat Bank Bldg Phones 310tt A G HORN AttornoyatLaw Offices over Bad cons Drug Store I seek tho business f of all parties am attorney against all T t corporations and monopolies Prepared to transact any and all kinds of legal business E T Hulaniskl AttornoyatLaw Rooms 407408 First National Bank building General practice S T CORN ATTORNEYATLAW 207208 First Natl Bank Bldg Joseph Chez Attorney and Coun nelor at Law 40 and 41 First National Bank Bla...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

rL h 11 o I cLL t t I t r THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAUOH 21 1009 I t i v Sr fi a U < Vj I K c ill c 0 l y I I 7SBPINGOUT SMAKTl 7i7St pi r e rn OJ 1 1S JE re < J7 1 0t rLLt1I IitLt > JL Iv A I 0 = ANE 11 t > Jfj 1 IJ rf K hI d rel White JTohdiP 9 with Bavo Laz1 I Trimming rt G I I The Waistline Return I ing to Normal Po sition Richness of New Fabrics and Trimmings Types of Medieval Style Silk Gloves Match Spring Costumes INr feathers tradition tells ns make fine birds but upon contem j plating norno of tbo wondrous frock In process of preparation for Caster festivities one Is con rlncnil that tho dressmakers mako oven finer birds 1 Half a dozen Important weddings nl warn occur during Easter week and tbcso occasions almost Invariably taking place during daylight hours bring forth tho very pick of spring sartorial crea tions for street wear Easter wedding arc of course the last social events to take place In town before the beginning of the summer exod...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

I e 5 v J D I co 0 f A JF = < 7 c I < < 1 I r5t 4466 41P II t SY titer I I Zq1 1wi 1 p I I I I f il Y ki I 41H ilI e i 01 k Idj I y t cn I l ji I r I F r N 1 I DEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY I 1 I I I I I rr i I j I 9 0 4 0 BUD MIDB 4 NEW WRINKLE bIDNT HE t a I DO YOU CALL THAT GOOD GO GET BUY ON A 5T hAT Ic15 DAY I I COMIC TAKE DUD OUT WITH You I UNCLE BOB CAN I GOJ3UT F AND WATCH HIM I HI r I l lj I nth 1ht7 I iii + IX o i amt rr Ir 1 > t I I < HERE ILl r I > t ttn WANCr yOU i1in THERE AND 1 t b MAKE ANDJ t16i x ORANGEMAN r r > tr1 e Ie r + + P 0 Ilttt7 1 u I 1 I 0 fJ o G i Erbt 9 I s tl 1 r I Ji fa J to s tl 6t U I > L i Jl o 7t 1 r 7J i pta i d < fl TAKE YOUR RRSY N BAAAA n c HAND OFF M E Ar M r VER WHISKERS t tr YEZ Af A I r is FULL o1 I + I SNAKES r SJU SIT OUT YEZ LOOK JIi tt d LIKE A MOONKEY N c1 YE F3LAGUARD I jUI j r 1tu A tu 1 15 S 01 ttP t N I 1 lii r trr l UJ dic dcrllf j 1 tk4 1 IMC r jJ Ifi liiI I Or iI n 4i I Ctj i ifr It p I t trc v 1 W Id l 1 t N J...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

L h f L c r r i tJ i A PAGe FOR MILADY 0 1i i t 1 Y t > I I I l g r 00JlEW IDA it1dFA tlION J 1 I l3 J QI 0 0 rJ f Some Fashionable Evening Dresses r I I I F ud ON Has Many Creations for i I the Gorging Season RERE are eo many little affairs to f THERE ono muat go and thero I ncedn must be a change of cos I tumo Some women prefer n few very stunning Gowns while others would rather bo In possession of a numbor of frocks of lessor valuo Soft cling < Ing materials nB mc3Bpilnp crepe and mull arc possibly an good as any thing for evening wear A great deal I ol trimming la unnecessary a email amount of como attractive material being In better taste Ono vory charm ing gown la of a soft pllablo material made with a long train and cut quite k decollete The sheath skirt Is out I lined with n gorgeous roso design of appliquo mid the saute trimming le used on tho corsage The empire ef fects are rather giving way to gowns mado wth more fullness In both pklrts an4 waists Soutache js quite ...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

W J i 1 t 1 I j ti j I > OUR CTIO GAZINe I I f HUNTING ARBUTUS k f I f 1 = ti I I ATTY trudged over tho canal bridge and down the road with her head hold very high In the air Tim Dcdlmra place was Just the other Hide of the canal and her ex pedition wan not eo much a search for arbutus ao It was a declaration of feminine Independ ence Almost aB far back as Hho could icmolnber alp and Dan Dcdham had sought the first arbutus together ev ery spring There wore other wood I rim ed piilohea iibout the Ii tile village k but these worn the Woods All oth ers had naniCB Then had come another age when Dan had gone to work nnd she was In the normal Some pleasant af 1 a ternoon In passing his fathers afore i 1J2 rhc would find Dan on the lookout l for her a bag of candy In his pocket and a mute imitation In his eves x She would nod hoi assent and pres ently they would he off to the woods < Ln to return Just before supper time a their arms full of fragrant blooms I This year all that was ch...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 21 March 1909

1 1 J L k JAiLL < J 1 V I L I u e I r I I I PINKIE PRIM 1 < L J i 0 1 1 Zj 1 1i ti c Ir f I 1 r n I 1 1I I i I I 1 Y i I 31 I I I I J r e r i 4I jI I e I II r 3 I I hat do you think op such Zirl 2 I Bi 3 overgrown M jy Scrqgjgn J I 1 Honest she pulled the tcxs pel off = I The littlest tr toboz a1 e I I I f = I I I I I I I I = I I 5 il J I rt I r I I i 1 i I c L I I 11v kr = I 4 I l 7y I 1 I F a + r 1 1 J I Donty ou believe itl 177 Pinkie aid = f I JVi a y Sc ro ggstn told you ex fiL i I J ut come and et some jellyt rea L a I I Watch Don spill it on your bib B 1 Aa74 M 171 A 4 I 11 Z 0 1 r In I r 3 11 Iliii i iluuuuc4 i i iL y r I y Itt4tlPt44y w 4tlktulrwv 1 I rf r r 1 Why OFCOURSE the littlest irl cried And she ran to Pinkie then Pinkie took h needle emd threap Ana she sewed it on Qj ain I tr i I n Y r S r J J I I I Y 4 1 I I I X 4 1 P 1 = Then Pinkie to lay Scroogcvn called I And offered her top apiece j Iay didnt know just vrhdut to thiiik Of Unele Tim Prim 3tnall niece i 1...

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