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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 June 1904

t t ' ' '" I- !"-" - .. FOR Bf H H IB H h Ifl 11 H il Especially Mothers The Sanative, Antiseptic, Cleansing, Purifying, and Beautifying Properties of f Assisted by CUTICURA Ointment, the great I . , Skin Cure, are of i PricelessValue. For preserving:, purifyingv and S beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and I dandruff, and the stopping- of fall- i ingr hair, for softening, whitening, 1 and soothing red, rough, and sore : hands, for baby rashes and cha- i fings, in the form of baths for an- , k.v noying irritations, ulcerations, and M infLammations of women, and Wj many sanative, antiseptic pur- J " poses which readily c rggest them- IJ elves, as well as for all purposes $ of the toilet, bath, and nursery, J CUTICURA Soap and CUTI- Bj CURA Ointment are priceless. J Sold ihrotibotit ! world. Cullcurs Sotp. We., Olnt- '" ment. Mc.. HeiolTHit, 0e. (In form ol Chocolstt Coaled ft Will, SJc. p.r lsl of Mi, IJ.MU. I.odon. 7 Ch.rlM. ( touu M.i Titli.l Kntd.Ul'i...

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. — 18 June 1904

! 1 . Iron County Record :I M A H CHARLESSS.-WILKINSON. X H $ .... PUBLISHER T M ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1093 H I ENTERED AT THC CEOAR CITY POST H 4 OFFICE AS CECONO CLASS MATTER 4. B x H 4. OTHERWISE 8TRICTLY FIRST CLAOS M 8UDSCRIPTI0N $1.50 PER YEAR f H J ALWAYS IN AOVANCE H SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1904. H QUARTERLY C0NFERI3NC. B The regular quarterly conference h of the l'nrownn Stake of Zion wilt be m held in the tabernacle in this city M commencing Sunday, J unc the 26th M and lasting two days. H ABOUT THAT RESERVOIR. M As we have heard considerable M fault finding in relation to the res- crvoir that the city is constructing at the head of the water system, we M decided to visit the spot and judge M for ourselves in relation to the matter m before we had much to say cither M for or against the work an example 1 that we think is worthy of imitation M by the critical portion of our fellow- 1 townsmen, and women also as far as H that is concerned We found that M a basin had been made aga...

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. — 18 June 1904

- FAR0AN DIPARTMNT. D Mrs. Lewis Lowlier presented her I , husband with a son Thursday. The lady has been critically 111, but is now Improving. ( Mr. Fred Allen hns returned lo his boyhood homo to locate. Ills family lias rented tho J. 1 Pulton residence for the present. For first class shoe malting and re pairing at reasonable prices call on SIDNEY OUTON, Residence, l'arownn. The many friends of Mrs. Annie Ward, mother of Professors Fred and Mayo Ward, aro glad to welcome her home after a long absenco at l'rovo. ii Silas Orton must bo recognized as a - family man hereafter, his llrst baby, a , son, arriving this week. All parties concerned uru doing nicely and aro well satisfied. Mr. Sam Lowo Is an alert fellow and he is showing it by the opening of a J butchor shop here, which supplies a long felt want. We wish the young man success hi his new business von- true. "Wednesday afternoon Mr. John Day , of Enterprise and Miss Sarah Talt L of Cedar were at tho County seat trans acting b...

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. — 18 June 1904

THE ODP H Mcdora'a Maneuver. H Whenever I try to propose IjlJIJ Modorn begins to mnncttver; ijljg Tho wonderful skill thnt she shows IjljH Might rightly ho called it chef-d'oouvr, IjlJIJ All topics on 'which I may doto, ijH If they upon lovelnnd should border, IjlJM Are banished to regions remote, H And tlmt'ln a very short order. H I fancy sho ovps mo In doubt IjlJIJ If I opoak of somo phnso of tho fnshlon; IjljH That word, when a rhymer's nbout, IjljB Js very suggestive of "pusslon." ijljlj Bho bins every mention of "sweets" IjljB With tho obtlurnto nlr nf n grnndoe, IjlJIJ Although sho retrncts and retreats PjH At tho offer of chocolate candy. M I'd swear the maid loves me. nnd yet, IjljH For causes both foolish nnd lllmsy, IjlJM I can't, to my deepest regret, Ijljlj Persuade her to conquer her whimsy. Ijljlj I think, when I nee her ngnln, JIIIB I'll mako no attempt to rcprovo her, lllH But clasp her nnd kiss her! How then UH How then will Med or a maneuver? M He Tells How the Pe...

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. — 18 June 1904

'iBWh "j-H 1 II MM ! ii Wl I "' JH Handkerchiefs Now In Colors. jH Colors will bo more of a feature In jH -women's handkerchiefs than thoy havo boon in many seasons. A ccr H tain number of colored novelties are H sold each year to accompany tho col H ored summer frocks, but owing to tho WL reign of white in general fashions the S number of theso has greatly do fl creased during tho two past summers. M Nov that tho whito comer is broken, 9 colored handkerchiefs arc rapidly re U turning to favor for tho summor, at m least. So far tho color portion con m sists of patterns formed by embrold M ered dots tho "Jowol" effect of tho ombroldorcr. I Hub all rusty places on Iron with kerosene oil. K In purchosing tinned goods alwoys look whether tho head of tho tin Ih concave, a bulging appearance being indicalivo of decomposition. A fow drops of alcohol rubbod on tho inside of lamp chimneys will re novo all trace of greasy smoko when waier alono is of no avail. Tho lid of a teapot should alway...

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. — 18 June 1904

I I - 1 5- eKs 0 BS(SJggg2B$gJSgyg 6 SC nctGDfcn P'l&JSy 3 I I 11 LOOK THIS LIST OVER 1 tZ nnnn nnd sec if you can afford to let such bargains as wo rocg H 4y caua wuua 11 SSSS offer pass by. o o o o o o o &)cu 2 HH 5 nnrjn nans - TT nnna' --i.-1-wnrrtnim.MMMMM ni--M- n rflijl 9 uuiuttu,Ywitf-rrHrrilMMMBME fcV g 11 Do not Pay $75.00 H 3 H : duqq uuuu ; (A uaca For a sewing machine when you can get. one just BaBS f9 6 i as good for $18.00 gpjj 0 j!E3 Do you want Wire Doors? wo have them at from SouS 2 uSSEl $1.10, to $1.40, depending on the size. Come and SSEa 2 H 47 buua sec them. uuua 47 H SI Sra How about Carpets and Linoleums? If you want guau 49 m - SaOa anything in that line the Cedar Co-op, is the place. c0a 3 s EScu We have just got iu a fine new assortment of Earei rrs H 2 lion ladies' waists, wrappers, Vests, Skirts, etc. And Eaca 0 1 (j) Liuaci for the Gentlemen, we have a new stock of ready- eana Q M ss uadb made summer clothing, in all sizes. cOSo' 3 m JE: uauD B...

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. — 25 June 1904

Hon County Record. I Hr Cedar CUy, Iron County, Utah, Saturday, June 25, 1904. No. 32 ! :s creamery. HH" Business a Profitable One B Comity. SUPPLY NOT EQUAL TO DEMAND. i $3 per Month for AUIk From an Averages Cow. Thinks Creamery ' Would not Pay Mere. & lUshop Ford passed through town the other day on his way home from his 1, ' ranch on the Seyler, anil our reporter i finding hlra at liberty for a few mo ments tool: tho opportunity of enquir Intr how matters wero moving In tho part of Seyler county where the gentle man's ranch is located. Things are j' looking all right up there said Mr. Ford, but I expect I shall have to sell the place, hr John has gone into the creamery business and Hyrum cannot tend it alone. I must either sell it or tho place here. I cannot sell this so I suppose it will lrnvo to be that." "How is John doing in tho creamery business?'' asked our representative. "Very well," was the reply, "tho busi ness seems to be a good one, both for 'Jl tho creamery men ...

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. — 25 June 1904

BflflflH w flflJj'slW' fljVjjVBV, . BJ 1 , - ! "iWim i v III " II 4sAll i JV II HflJ Now Lingerie. BBJ Tho very lightest pink and bluo BBJ batlBto is in favor for underclothing. BBJ It washes woll nnd Is not by any BBJ means so ruinously expensive as slllc. BBJ French women stow theso delicato BBJ articles In what is called a llngcrio BBJ basket, covered with cretonne and BBJ trimmed with ruchlngs and laco, inter- BJ lined with plain color In harmony BBJ with Its contents. This forms quite a BBJ pretty adjunct to my lady's chamber, BBJ and tho cover Is generally wadded, a BBJ largo, flat bow on tho top. Ribbons BBJ form tho hinges, but there nro pockets BBJ lnsido for holding sachet bugs, which BBJ give tho different articles a delightful BBJ aromn. In these baskets theso dainty BBJ garments nro not In any way crushed, BBJ and sometimes tlioy nro divided in BBJ four and have a scries of trayB for BBJ each kind of lingerie. It should bo BBJ largo enough to hold a petticoat at BBJ tho...

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. — 25 June 1904

Vf l of JOHNSON'S! HPdin( 4 tlle Year 18a by Slrret & Smith. JBmBmBmBmBmBmBmBmBmBMBmVOffiec Librarian at sEBBBBBBBB mi in i rrv.. .. i F XVII. Continued. Hp.nuu mui Dun- PFrosu, as was his Tcd to houso up tho to Hrt to pationt'R condition, and Piound that Johnson had Blcpt through W tho night scarcely stirring, Btlll aa a baby. Things were going woll to holp on his recovery; and though It would bo months before ho could bo able to I got around, yet thero was every hope and ovory reason to expect him to V recover. Johnson moved and opened his eyes slowly as Dr. Dunwlddlo onterod tho room. Vacnni, hollow eyes thoy were, with a staro In them which startled r Dolores. Dr. Dunwlddlo was at his side In j stantly, but without a sign of haste. j; "Ho Is used to your voice," ho said I to Dolores, without turning his head. i" "Speak to him, Miss Johnson. Say i w anything to him anything you are in Uio habit of saying." Dolores came no nearer tho bod: she Btood quietly at the window, and i...

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. — 25 June 1904

Iron County Record 4 !44 a i charles s. wilkinson x ; ....publisher.... ;; ! ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1003 ', ', .... , J ENTEREO AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- J J M OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H v .,,..,...., H X OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR B ALWAYS IN ADVANCE fl 4-..Hi,i,,?"I"i""I"t"l,"H"i' H SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1904. H DO IT IN PERSON. H It is well understood that if a H person wants a thing well done, it H is the best plan to do it himself, that h is anything that he understands how H to do; but it is a fact that the most H of people, notwithstanding that they H are familliar with this fact, leave H their public business, to be done by others; because they arc cither too H careless or too, we were going to H say lazy, to attend to it themselves. H . This is the case in politics as well as H in mass meetings and all other meet 1 ings of this character. ft. But few people comparatively speak- B ing, attend such meetings to begin H with; and of those few, a...

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. — 25 June 1904

wUBF i " "mi mi i i1 M 1 1 mi H HJ rec n wood Hallurs the lioube MBPWTor llrst clnss shoe mnluiitf unci re Wr pairing nt reasonable prices cull on SIDNEY OttTON, Residence, Parowan. Forslclt headache take Chamberlain's Stomach tind Llvor TubletB and a quick cure is certain. ( For sale by. all Dealers. ", Mr. Frank Westbrook and his moth erless children arrived from Idaho on ' Monday. The little ones will likely be I cared lor by their mother's people here. I The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis r M. Lowder died Tuesday afternoon. The worthy pair are sincerely sympa .. tliized with, this being the fourth child they have lost out of Ave. : Some of the Pnrowan sutes are de claring that the women folks of this burg did more talking on Tuesday, than they will do again before' June 21, 1005. Of course the dear submissive male fraternity just looked on and nev er "speaked u word " "" Mrs. Id ii Mlckleson and her son Ed- wurd wero cullers Tuesday at the ' Ilrauuh ofllco. It Is rumored that ...

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. — 25 June 1904

H BIRDS ARE EASILY POISONED. H Mature Seems to Have Neglected to H Safeguard Them. B Wnls scorn to linvo no dlscrlmlna- H (Ion whntovcr In regard to poisons, M probably because thoy have almost no H Bonso of smell and swallow their food H without niostlcatliiK It. Thoy aro tor M rifled to paralysis by the appoaranco m of a poison snake (unless tho terror M bo duo to dread of tho appearance of B tho serpent rather than to an in B horlted knowledge of its venomous M power), but such intelligent birds as M rooks will pick up and cat poisoned M grain, and crows and ravens readily H eat poisoned egg or meat. Chickens H will cat tho poisonous seeds of labur- B num nnd dlo from its effects. Whether M birds such ns tits and greenfinches H ever do so docs not scom to bo known. . But wild birds are frequently found B dying In gardens, though apparently H thoy hnvo "boon In good health a few M hours beforo, and their death may bo H probably duo to tho consumption of 1 poisonous seeds. H TABLET...

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. — 25 June 1904

P? that BIHvo the H h o body. Hm Loarnlng HEyf this slmplo Gffw lesson yWPl tJ women Pr J. of 318 So. E. urnardino, Calif., HpParB my kldnoys were not perform HHPring tholr functions properly. Thcro was Bomo backnche, and tho kldnoy s eccretlons were profuso, containing tVH 'so considerable sediment. Finally f B the doctors said 1 had diabetes. Doan's W Kldnoy Pills wrought a great chango i'Mj In my condition and now I sloop and ' feel well again." $ A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney K aodlcine which cured Judge Fclter (Mi will be mailed to any part of tho ljB United States. Address Foster-Mllburn Jl Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by all deal- "HEm ere; price BO cents per box. IIw Freak Walklnfl Match. VIjK A remarkable walking match was 'II recently witnessed in England by an Vp immense crowd of spectators. Tho Bp contestants wore a man with ono leg Wf ian(l a crutch and a man with a cork MB leg. Tho distance was ono mllo and tho wager 10 a side. Tho cork leg IB easily won. H Excellent O...

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. — 25 June 1904

nv -,. a , ; I I I I III MD-SUMMER SALE. 1 fl nana RuSft 75 nana OIF1 c2S3 HH , nana racinci m !! Seasonable Merchandise. II m - otaotj - S3uy rs g "" nana nnnn aaua uaaa 49 "- m nana 7 nana nana S ijaca uaea 3 H S cuna Wo ia Pcamro ln "nnounclng t0 our ,nany customos that wo are uua 3 H ljr nana olTcrlnrtho largest and best lino of seasonable inorcliajidlso In South- RS5J 72 fl. 6 nana rn Utan llt pr'ccs that can not bo duplicated in this section. Wo onu- cana QZ fl 4 nana 'ncrato a few of the lined wo carry that you aro likely to havo uso for. 4 H J kudu rnrrt H : caou Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubber Prcsorvo Kettles, Prcscrvo Jars oaua Z B 5 ggg Milk Pans and Milk Stralnors Full Lino of Stqol Grange ware gnnri JZ H Z nana Chicken Wlro Netting Screen Doors andTistrtul iTardwaro ES53 B 5 nana Summer Dress Goods Fourth or July Bunting nana B CT oaoa summer Underwear Linoleum and Carpets nana E2 H S opou Good Variety of Silks Men, Boys and Children Clothing Barci 3 H, gciuu Best Flour on...

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. — 2 July 1904

J D,vlloy M n ' 1 : Iron County Record. I I V'" "' Ccdar"If0l"" tSa7urday27?r"' " 'W BIG BLAZE L AT KANARRA . Barn, Stables, Hay and Straw Stacks HI Go Up in Smoke. IMP Kf NEW WAGON AND MOWER BURNED. B Five Calves Cremated Two Sets of TOW Harness Destroyed Fire Brands imm Carried Two Blocks. yff (Special Correspondence.) EM? Knnarra, Utah, June 27, 1004. Fire Sfm broke out ou the premises of "Willie" jM Horry this morning nt about 10:30 $B o'clock In his stack yard, and In spite Em of all that could bo dono destroyed the H barn, stables and other outbuilding?, 0. , besides scverul lous of hay, a now wag- am on, two sets of harness and five calves. 9 Mr. Horry's horses were In tho stable at Kr tho time, and his buggy was either In 1 or close to tho barn, but fortunately -3 they and tho belongings thereto were i saved, Dp. Horry, a cousin of tho owner of the burned premises, was on tho ground within a very few minutes of tho tlmo that the fire broke out, and ho says that although wate...

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. — 2 July 1904

B CORWIN FOUND THE REA80N. H Simple Explanation for Emigration R from Connecticut. H Thin ntory Is told of tho famous m "Tom" Corwln: During hla first term H In tho Ohio Houso of Uoprcsontatlves, m about tlio year 1823, n bill to stop tho M whipping of criminals was undor dls- J cusslon. Corwln, a native of Ken- M lucky, ardontly advocated tho ropeal M of the old law. A member of tho j Houso who had como from Connects f out, was activo on tho opposlto aide. H Ho urged tho retention of whipping as M a punishment, and asserted as a m Btrong point In favor of his contention M that he had noticed, whllo living In M Connecticut, that, whonovcr a man M was whipped, In oxecution of tho son- Lm tonco of a court of Junttco, ho Iinrao- M " dlatoly left tho state and did not ro H H Corwln promptly rotorted that ho H. know many peoplo had como to Ohio M from Connecticut', but ho had novor H boforo known tho reason for thoir H coming. H Various Kinds of Memory. LM Tho different kinds of memory a...

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. — 2 July 1904

VJB ' '" y VjAVJKjJfHBHiwfiBBSBV V " i i i i i'S'' 'l f To be a successful wife, to retain the love I . and admiration of her husband should be a woman's constant study. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Potts tell their stories for the benefit ' of all wives and mothers. ,.!lrt,SAni MRf ' PuMHIAlf' tydla E. Pinklmm'H Vojjctnblo Com pound w 11 inako every mother well, strong healthy and happy. I draped I CUng " n Yca "Arable existence, worn out vith pain Snd weariness i.. w noticed a statement of a woman troubled ns I was, and the wonderful results ; she had had from your Vegetable Compound, and decided to try what It would do for me, and used It for three months. At the end of that time I was a different woman, the neighbors remarked it, and my husband fell in WMn-n" orcrfpl"- It seemed like a new existence. I had been suf M hA? flammBtlon and falling of the womb, but your medicine cured i ,u kllt P my entire system, till I was indeed like a newwoman- &KXti&$& Bnow 31 Ccdar Tcrracc' ...

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. — 2 July 1904

I I Iron County Record H !-- i I X CHARLES S. WILKINSON Z T ....PUBLISHER-... T H ! a I f. ESTADLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 T H X ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY P09T- T H $ OFFICE AS 8EC0N0 CLASS MATTER X HHJ if. ,... n H X 0THCRWI8R STRICTLY FIRST CLASS X Pjbj '!... ... . . H ? SUBSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR T H X ALWAYS IN ADVANCE I SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1904. I ABOUT THE WATER TAX. H The question of the collection of H the tax for irrigation water in the H city is engaging the attention of the H city officers at present. Heretofore H under the provisions of the old or H dinances, the water tax has been collected, or collected at, in the fall I of the year, but the new law makes I it payable the first day of May, and H delinquent the first day of June; H and it is made the duty of the water H master to turn the water oft the H premises of all persons whose taxes H have not been paid on that date. H,, liefore the water is to be turned H on again all deliquent taxes must be H paid and fifty cents add...

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. — 2 July 1904

'" "' ' "'""----Wa--W-WMaMMiM. """ ' ' II I ! I I IJ 1 PAROWANDEPARTMFNT I H - ; - IN REMEMBRANCE OF I Grandma Phcbc Ucnson, Who Dc ' parted This Life Saturday, Juno 35. The funeral services over the remains of Grandma Phube l licnbeii were held ' In the U D S meeting. house last Mon day at 3 p in. The deceased was called to the other side of tho villi Saturday, Juno -5, at the ripe old age of 81 years MOORAPIIIOAL. Mrs 1'hebe Forrester was born In I i Stapleton, Cumberlandshlre, England, 4 August25, 1820. Her parents, Joseph ',? aud Elizabeth Forrester, wero devout orthodox Quakers, well-to-do, living on their own i-staie. ;- When I'liobo wns about five years old, on account of her father's falling health the family moved to C.irlUle. Cor that beuntiful placo It Is said: "The sun slilue fair on Carlisle wall, t jl- Health and peace to Its sons and daughters, And lonif may thoy own Its glatUumo thrall -The cltv of pleasant 'waters." ' t The father, however, died within a few months....

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. — 2 July 1904

' iC- i'ilJ- I! H Paris Facts and Fashions. H In Paris they nro wearing tho M basque nguln; tho Jaunty llttlo short H coat always finds favor with Purls- H lans. In brown, black or gray suede, 1 with tdlver or brass buttons, this Is M About tho smartest Bpeclmon of Bar- M torlnl art wo can have, worn with a M cloth nklrt of tho samo shado, strap- 1 pert with suede. Suudo Is boyond tho m price of tho avcrago amateur, which H Is foriunnto, for It is a fabric which M can .only be successfully manipulated H by oxports. H Thou, again, In Purls tho tweeds, M plaids, plain cloths and serges are cut M with u short, full bolero and capo-llko fl sleeves, and worn with a wide kid H Corduroy did not have a very long H run among tullor-mudo frocks. The, H volvetcon which boasts n mirrored M effect and narrow strlpos is much M mnnrter. A good many of thnso havo M boon mado with a regulation bodico ft and n skirt which just cleared tho ground hardly of tho tailor-made or- 9 der of things, yet not ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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