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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 May 1904

I I "" 1 H HS: nnnnnnnn nacuoaua 5 rs SSwriSnnrpirrirnrinr.nnnnanaGnBanarincacrinnnntsnnnnnnnncinaFsnrnnnnncnnn 72 49 ECGSBSunBuBaBa ? I LOOK THIS LIST OVER f p nnnn and seo if you can afford to let such bargains as wo nana BSSa offer pass by. o o o o o o o ODcO S sr uudu -- mr - B nncn cacn I g HI Do not Pay $75.00 ll g j: cuuu cul'u zzz uaca For a sewing machine when you can get one just EaBa 0 0 B0S3 as good for $18.00 , Iffi & bugS Do you want Wire Doors? we have them at from BOca 2 SS53 $1.10, to $1.40, depending on the size. Come and cSEO 3 H 4 uaaa sec them. uauu 67 0 aaaa How about Carpets and Linoleums? If you want rOeh 6? 3 Sauu anything in that line the Cedar Co-op, is the place, ceaa 3 r cBuu We have just got in a fine new assortment of EaRa 49 ESSO Ladies' waists, wrappers, Vests, Skirts, etc. And caea 0 49 uuuS for the Gentlemen, we have a new stock of ready- cana & s: ESEa1 made summer clothing, in all sizes. Bona rs s Guou Bring your boys and get them supplie...

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. — 4 June 1904

M DrtllcyM II' &I ?S I Iron Coubty Record. I H , tr H IS THERE ANY- I THING IN IT? B ' Another Railroad Report in Circu- H lation Here. FROM tUND TO DESERT MOUND. Col. MHner Sends for Measurements. H. Will Order Tile, Etc., for H His Water System. B It Is stated, on wlint purports H to be the nuthortty of Mr. Don. C. Hob- B bins, that tho rallroud from Lund to j the Desert Mound which has been M talked of so much Is to bo built this ML summer mid fall and that ihu light rails that are being taken up from the road bed between MUford and Callentes H are to be used Jn Its construction. Wo H learned some timo slnco that Col. Mil- H ncr Is set on haying a road put in to his iron claims in order to enable him to ship his ore to the smelter in Salt Lake county, and it is understood that what H the Colonel decides on ho generally I , accomplishes. Recently lie bent to Sur- H veyor Dalley for measuremcn8 to en- qlo him to order the necessary tiling H. id pipe to convey tlie water from D....

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. — 4 June 1904

bWbWbI bi BBBBS . - -- -.-- - j. - . . - BH ICASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought t j-r M Signature ixf M u Mr nf ft. K kAlr a Jk atIY 1 II C Q (V W W U I 14 . i if r.u iiiffit v i" yi UVui Thirty Years PAQTflRIA H TMI OtHTAUK COMPANY. NtW YORK orrr. B' 'Promoted fipgg I Shampoos of fDrticura I VS0AP; M And light dressings of CUTICURA,the t great Skin Cure and B sweetest of emollients. V" This treatment at once H stops falling hair, removes H crusts, scales, and dandruff, Bj destroys hair parasites, Br soothes irritated, itching sur- (aces, stimulates the hair fol- B licles, loosens the scalp skin, L. ., . supplies the roots with energy V, and nourishment and makes H$ the hair grow upon a sweet, B; wholesome, healthy scalp, Hh when all else fails. BB N. D. Complete External and Internal BBJ Treatment for every Humor from I'implei to BB Scrofula, from Infancy to Age, consisting of Bfl CUTICURA Soap, Ointment, and I'iUi, may BBj bow be had of all Druggiit...

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. — 4 June 1904

"'3!JJ,llsl"1aiaBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi To be a successful wife,, to I retain the love and admiration of her husband should be a woman's constant study. If she would be all that she may, she must guard well against the signs of ill health. Mrs. Brown tells her story for the benefit of all wives and mothers. " Deaji Mnj Pinkham : Lydla B. PInlcIiam's Vegotablo Compound will mako every mother well, strong, healthy and happy. I dragged through , nlnoycarsof miserable existence, worn out with pain and weariness. I then noticed a Btatcmcnt of a woman troubled 03 I was; and the wonderful results she had had from" your Vcjjo-' tablo Compound, and decided to try what It would do for mo, and used it for threo months. At tho end of that time, I waH a different woman, tho neighbors remarked it, and my hus band fell in lovo with mo all over again. It seemed lileo a now existence.' I had been sufforing with inflamma tion and falling of the womb, but your medicine cured that, and built up my entire ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 4 June 1904

H 1 Iron County Record f H charlesss.bwilkinson I H .... PUBLISHER... T H a . ! H ESTADLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 X H B f NTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- T M OFFICE AS 8EC0N0 CLASS MATTER H , . OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLA8S X H T SUDSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR t B ALWAYS IN ADVANCE 1 '- SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1904. H BAD SPELLBRS AND SCRIBBLERS. H There is truth in the following H from the Logan Republican: H If there are poor spellers among H those reputed to be our educated H boys and girls and even most (lis- H tingulshed instructors, it is noc less H true that there arc some of the most abominable and careless scribblers H among these also. There arc those H whom no amount of instruction and H 'careful attention would convert into H ISpencerian artists, but there is no H 'excuse for the carelessness that H leaves the "i" undotted, the "t" un- H 'crossed, makes an "a" out of "o" H and vice versa, and docs those many H other things careless writers seem to H take special delight in doing. Stu-...

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. — 4 June 1904

PAROWAN DEPARTMENT I ' I DV. ti. Smith is established nt Win. Gurf's. linns Mortenson, Jr., left for Oregon Thursday morning, wheru ho will work In tho employ of B. F. Saunders. Bro. Alfred M. Darhatn nddrosaod the Sulnt on Sunday, treating princi pally on tho teachings and writings of Paul., , , , Pearl Adams will appear on tho fac- : ' N ulty list at tho B. B. B. Y. U. next , year; her now role will be Instructor of elocution. v Jesslo Lowdcr and Alice Bently were prpnounced man and wife by Wm. H. Holyoak at tho residence of tno bride's parents od Wcduesday. -'- . 1 Ada and Jennie Richards are homo from Mt. Pleasant, after spending a 1 " pleasant and profitable year at tho high I sonool at that place. r - For sick hcudachetako Chamberlain's I Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick - euro Is certain. For sale by alt Dealers. Julette Adams will attend miramnr I school at Salt Lake City this season. She will also represent tho Y. L. M. I. " 7" A; of this ward at tho Y. L. M. I. A. con...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 4 June 1904

I I THAT GIRL of JOHNSONS Hj Uy JEAJ K.A. TB L WDL M, B Aulktr "U (i Girl'i Merer." EU. B Entered Aeeorrtinf to Act of Conerest In tlio Year 1890 by StreetN& Smith, 1 H In the Ofllco of Ilia Librarian of Conrrci. at Waahington, DC 3 IH ii ni..i Lrr -iini Llrllrw'"l'''M'''l,,V"''l''l,,','ft'l'',,,'lal','w',,lw,' M CHAPTER k I. Continued. B Doloroa sat up with a dignity of B bearing that sllonced further words B on, the woman's lips, B "Do you think," bIio Haiti "doos B any ono think that I would lnavo iny B Tho nurse laughed Rottly, with a fl touch of scorn In her voice. B v'"Do you think It would broalc his B njjort, Miss Johnson?" B , Dolores was too deeply In earnest B tobo lnoyod by tho scornful words;. B a'fterwnrd the words and tono camo B back tqihpr. distinctly. B " "I would not lcavo in? father," sho B aald, solemnly, her largo, steadfast B eyoa flxtjd disconcertingly on the quiet B faco opposite "I would not lcavo my fl fnthor-Hnovor while ho fives not for B any bno?' B...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 4 June 1904

MT"-. . M,w,1,,MiWBMaBBBBBllBiBin 1 i jib c fIL 1 J-U.(Nr"5' I' I Splendid Medicinal Bath. , I Here la a Bimplo and avntlable M . -recipea medicinal bath for tho' nor- ' I rously worn and Uioso who cannot IB flleop o' nights. It was tho prescrlp- a tlon of an old physician. Take of sea salt four ounces, spirits of ammonia two ounces, of pure 'alcohol eight ounces and an (Helen t hot water to rouko a full quart of tho liquid. Dls I solvo tho sun salt In tho hot water ) and let stand until cool. Pour Into ,9 the alcohol tho spirits of ammonia TV and camphor. Add tho salt water, shake well and bottlo for uso. With "M a soft spongo dipped In thin mlxtnro m wet ovor tho surface of tho wholo body Hub vigorously until tho skin jB glows. When nervoun or "blue" or - wakeful do not omit this bath. Tho ,1 rest nnd refreshing that follow will M amply repay, tho effort required to "V proparo it. New Wall Papers. K Fabric effects aro seen In some of H the now wnll 'papers, 'silk, sntln-nnd KL wat...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 4 June 1904

UwMMKMM H j ' : i B 0 uBBuaHLjuaicuuuJuuue: H JnnaRnGonanar5arannnnRnGnnnnannQnnnr,acariananan3nnnaRaj3ai3ar;nr.rinnM ' H ft? gsSwBauauiSu! i II LOOK THIS LIST OVER 11 i B ft fcSHy Kuan t UMWMUU RHGa RHGn H Ra"a and sec if you can afford to let such bargains as wo nana H eSOu offer pass by. o o o o o o o - H ss utiuo oaau H 0 " 'nana j H g m Do not Pay $75.00 Ep " ! B (& uiuBu For a sewing machine when you can get one just OuGO 2 1 0 llll as good for $18.00 gggg J H g moo Do you want Wire Doors? we have them at from uEJuu IPIP $1,10' t0 $1,40' dePen(linS on tne size- Come and E3E3 gnnnn Se0 tnem "uua oaua How about Carpets and Linoleums? If you want Eaca iH s nnnn anything in that line the Cedar Co-op, is the place. Baca H jigg" We have just got in a fine new assortment of caRa - H 0 uaaa Ladies' waists, wrappers, Vests, Skirts, etc. And oaBu H 0 tanu for the Gentlemen, we have a new stock of ready- 0033 H Gacn ma(e summer clothing, in all sizes. uavu SS uaotj Bring your boys an...

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. — 11 June 1904

f Iron County Record. H W Vol. U'. Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Saturday, June U, 19047 No. 30 Hl I HOSPITAL FOR I -C CEDAR CITY. d -JL "rMW" Rents nod Equips Com ( modious Building. & P M TRAINED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE. ,w Well Lighted Operating Room, Com B 'f .fortnblc Wards, Bath Room, B '"' Kitchen, Cellar, etc. Bi j Hi y ' l The growing fame of Dr. G. W. Mld- BL - dlcton .along surgiuul lines htts been V bringing to our city for the past two or h three years u considerable und Inorcas- H " y log number of people in need of tnedU k 1 cal und susgieal treatment. Heretofore B-' ' the doctor hits becnunder the necessity B, ' of quartering his patients among the B y townspeople wherever an opportunity B. prcecntcd Itself, und while our people B havo duno the best they could to mako H the sufferers comfortube, they havo B not nl way 8 been uble to do justice to H tho situation. In order to better pro- B ' vide for tho comfort of tho ufUIcted K ones and get them together, so that h...

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. — 11 June 1904

H i. ftf... ,tJI,,.,),..w - . H TIRED, SUFFERING WOMEN. H Women rtfn down , H STfil nnt onduro dally tor-J H f&?mM tures through nog- H L lectins tho kidneys. I H JaBfe. K 1 d n o y bnckacho ' H .sLLLLBKk. makes housework H HHB burden; Is lm- H HPwHB passible; H alBE fu,; nnnot,to SIvea H bLLHb1 lno H WMBEP tho kidneys nro woll. H Uso Dean's Kidney Pills, which have restored thousand H of suffering women to health and M Mrs. William Wallace of IS Capitol fl St, Concord, N. II., says: "I was in H tho early stages ot'Urlght's Dlscaso, H and were it not for Doan'a Kidney H Pills', I would not bo living to-day. H Pain In tho bade was eo intense that H at night I had to get out of bed until H tho .paroxysm of pain passed away. I H was languid and tired and hadn't tho H Btr'eiigth to lift a kcttlo of water I H could not work, but a few doses of H Doan'a Kidney Pills relieved me, and H two boxes absolutely cured mo." M A Villi TRIAL of this great kid H noy modlclno thjch cured Mrs. Wnl...

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. — 11 June 1904

kA AAAAAAAAAAAA A AAAAAAAAft 3 ! : iW : Straighten Up I j Thp main muscular supports of body weaken and let go under I Backache J or Lumbaco. To restore, strenctben and slralchten up, um I St. Jacobs Oil: Price 2Sc. and BOe. 5 - V?TVTYTVVirTVVVVVyyVVV.Tf Looking for a Home? Then why not keep In view tho foot that tho farming lande of HM Western mm Canada to sufficient to support a population of 50,000,000 or over? Tho immigration for the past alx yean baa been phenomenal. FREE Homestead Lands easily accessible, while other lands mar be pur chased from Hallway and Land Companies. The train and crailnc lands of Western Canada are the best on tho continent, producing the best train, and cattle (fed on trass alone) ready for market. Markets, School, Ktilliruy nnd nil other conditions tuuke Western Canada an envl- - able spot for tlie settler. Write to Superintendent Immlcratlon,Ottawa, Can ; " ada. for a descriptive Atlas, and other information, SV&i ?,,.u,,,1J?i.re.d-?ll?'1Un Gover...

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. — 11 June 1904

H I Iron County Record I CHARLESrS.nWILKINSON H ....PUBLISHER...- H 2 ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1093 H H J, ENTERED AT THE CEOAR CITY POST H 4 OFFICE AS 8EC0N0 CLA88 MATTER H OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 1 A A at ix.ix.ix.1 f J SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR szaszfl "f l ALWAYS IN AOVAHCa M SATURDAY, JUNE n, 1904. H AN EXCELLENT IDEA. H The proposition to sell the Ward H hall to the district, mention of H which is made in another column of B this issue, strikes us as being one of B the wisest moves that has been sug- m gested in a public way in our com- M nninity for a long time. In the first m place the school need?, and must H have more room, The trustees have M been hiring four rooms for more than M a year past and the school popula- M tion still continues to increase so M that the present year it is found nee- M ccssary to build an addition to the H school building of two rooms or rent H two rooms in some other part of the H city. The general Sentiment seems H to be in favor of a lar...

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. — 11 June 1904

PAROWAN D$PARTMENT. l i- BH j In tho regular testimony mooting on l' Sunday two Infants wero blessed and J named. l Editor C. S Wllktnson.jwith hluwlfo 1 and baby, wero in town tho first of tho J week on business. 1 '.ToUe Curtis, our progressive hotel ' proprietors. Ih tuiw enlarging lier uc- corhmodationi by an addition of two 3 rdoina. I. 'for ilrst class hlioo making and rc- I nuirlog,ut reasonable prices cull on 1 SIDNEY OIITQN, 1 Residence, Parowun. I Messrs. Sherrutt and Wallcor soem to in - havo a decided fascination for Parowun M Belle's as their visits are becoming 1 9 ' notlcably regular. I Desldes tho county olllclals who wero Jl busy as an equalization Board, Messrs. , Drtlley and Elouohon havo been busy at i ttic court house tho past fow days. I The couniy commUalonera and uttor- v ney made a fly Inp visit totho experiment farm Tuesday uftornoon and report I couditlon.s of tho crops cxsllont. I C-Albert Warren and wife aro grantco's to Mie.Jatncs Benson residence and s...

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. — 11 June 1904

-- Jmlr H The Summer Kitchen. B Tho kitchen woodwork should bo ns H . simply finished ns possible. No mold- H lng to catch dust, no ornnmctitntlon H of any kind. Whlto and green aro tho H cooloat colors for tho kltchon. H I'orhaps tho bust thine Is to paint H tho wnlls bo that they niny bo wnshud H and kept clean from tho greasy smoko H of cooking H Carpets In tho kitchen aro most un- H doslrablo. Tho best covering, unless H of course, a hardwood floor Is possl- H bio, Is a softly tinted linoleum. It H woars wolt nnd can bo washed easily. H if tho kitchen can bo securely 1 locked away from tho remainder, of H thohouse, it can bo kept much coolor H during tho summer by taking out tho H windows nnd nailing screens ovor fiio B wholo oponlng. HH i iii H '' Chicken one Nut Salad. B Cut tho whlto meat of a chicken Into small pieces, nnd ndd to It a half cup of English walnut meat chopped H ratlior coarsely, and n cup of finely cut eclory or four or flvo lottuco leaves torn In shreds. If 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. — 11 June 1904

H MONEY FOR THE CHOIR BOYS. H Youngsters Collected Fines From H Those Who Wore Spurs in Church. H In tho churches of England formerly Hi tho lovylng of spur nionoy by tho cbolr Hj boys was an established custom, K Dokker tells tho gallant of tho seven- B teonth century that when ho goes to H St Paul's cathedral bo Is to "bo stiro H your silver spurs clog your heels and H than tho boys will swnnn ubout you B liKo bo many wniio uuttcrnies; whon H ypu aro in open qulro you shall draw K forth a perfumed omhroiderod pursa B tho glorious sight of which will en- H tlco many countrymen from their de- H votlon to wondering and quoit stiver H into tho boy's bands thnt It may bo jH ' heard ahovo tho drat lesson, although E It bo read In a voico as big as ono of B tho great organs." Tho custom would H appear to havo originated from the B disturbance of dlvlno servlcu In the K cathedrals by tho Jingling of tho spurs jH of persons walking within tholr pre- B clncts. a trilling flno being Imposed ...

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. — 11 June 1904

I i I' I I II LOOK THIS LIST OVER H nnnn and sec if you can afford to let such bargains as wo afen s ggSS offer pass by. o o o o o o o SSEO 3 g BBSS gggjj 3 1 nnnn " RRIIS 6 H 4 uuuu cues 117 g il Do not Pay $75.00 3 H. 49 OEJggJ Tor a sewing machine when you can get one just Sada 49 4? SBSS as good for 318.00 jjjjjjS 4? H Wa Do you want Wire Doors? we have them at from uaau s E3d3 1.10. to 1.40, depending on the size. Come and uaub 2 H 4 ' uucu sec them. uacu 47 1 49 Baca How about Carpets and Linoleums? If you want oucSi 4? H , Sa"a anything in that line the Cedar Co-op, is the place. Oapa 3 H uouS We have just got in a fine new assortment of Sura 3 H 49 uSGu Ladies' waists, wrappers, Vests, Skirts, etc. And Saga 49 H 4? E"S for the Gentlemen, we have a new stock of ready- uuaa 49 H g Sou" made summer clothing, in all sizes. "aca rs H ;- uucu Bring your boys and get them supplied with BaBa r H 49 Sue" , clothes before our new stock is all picked over. cOGa 49 H Ti ririnci ' nana H...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 June 1904

I RECORD SUPPLEMENT. I I , x OBDAB OIT1T, UTAH, JTJJSfE 11- 19Q3:. H H RUSS AND JAP H The Utah Pioneer takes ths Rus- H sian side of the question that is now H being debated by force of arms be- H tween that nation and Japan, and H thus declares his sentiments: H "Pretending to be on a friendly H visit, but really on a spying errand, B with the spy-in-chief an officer of a H warship disguised as a servant, some H Japanese went into and came out of H Port Arthur, receiving most respect- H ful treatment coming, going and H while there. That same night, in ' . violation of the usage of civilized fl nations, the Japanese, without a dec H laration of war or notice of any kind. H opened the war by an attack on the H 'place tney had visited as friends a H few hours before. Such treachery S as this amounts to nothing with those H who are determined to be on the H wrong side of things, because trie jH whoopjng-up is in that- direction; H l)ut hovr about the reflective, sober, 1 impartnVpeopl...

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. — 18 June 1904

I Iron CouifffY Record. I I VoK "' Cedar CUy, Iron CounTJutah, SaturdayTjune" Tt,, 1904. " " NoTU H CASE OF MIS I TAKEN IDENTITY. H How an innocent Young Man Got Into H Serious Trouble. H GRAND LARCENY EXTRAORDINARY H A Misleading Scar That Hade a Man HH Dellcve a Horse Was a Alare HH and Caused His Arrest HH While iii attendance at the June HH meeting of tlio beard of-county com HBV nitsslodcrs last week the county uttor- HH ney was summoned to Modeua to inves- BH tigato tlio case of u young man who HH was there in custody charged with horse HB stealing, Upon arriving at Modeua BB Attorney Ityun learned that the charge BB had been preferred by Mr. It. J. Lund BB of that place and that tlio circumstances BB were as follows: Sunday evening, June BH .'til, the accused, whose name is Dean, HH put his horse Up at Lund's cor nil to be BB fed, having just arrived, as ho said, BB from St. George on his way to Eagle BB Valley. Ik-fore retiring for the night BB he paid Lund, remarking Unit h...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 June 1904

yr tt i H 6UNQ THE KING'S PRAISE. H Llttlo Material to Work On, but Om BBB clal Did His Dest. BHY In a rccont published book on tho BHV Kaffirs of South Africa tho author BBV tolls of tho practice of tho natlvo BBV chiefs of hooping a court pralsor BBV which might bo translated poot lnuro- BIB nto whoso business it Is to- Oro beforo BIB tho chief and sing his praises. Somo- BIB times It happons that this function- BIB ary is apt to bo enibnrrnssod for lack BIB of matter, as In tho caso of tho Swazl BIB king nunu. Ono day ho wont out B hunting with a hundred warriors, and BBW after a whole day's effort ho managed B to kill only ono miserable llttlo haro. B Yet tho court pralsor ran In front of BBB tho king calling out: "Dunu, tho BBB king of tho Swnzies, tho chief of HH cbiofs, has killed a hare. Lot all tho HHJ pcoplo listen. It was as big as an ox, HH as flcrco as a lion and as swift as a HH buck. Tho bravo King Dunu klllod tho haro all alone. Ho killed it with HHJ his assegai. Lis...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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