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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 August 1904

mM " "" l.- I eaeseacscseacacscssscseaeacaeadbesescses I 1 Big Cash Discounts. I 8 We are making Special Cash Discounts 8 U for the next Twelve Days. From Aug. 15, U g to Aug 27, Only. 8 H f) We will discount our Dry Goods, Ribbons, Laces and W M & Silks, 10 per cent. m W f) IjSw e w'" discount our JL f) H " y vVW-'x Clothing, Hats and Fancy J$ ffw J I 8 fir Cl9 Crockery 20 per cent' Wrf$ 8 wmm S I 1 f hOf Jewlery discounted, 1 1 - 5 I fl Witsrx 25 Percent- "IIS I (1 II f I NEW COOK STOVE 4 S I fl Ik I "' NEWSEWING MACHINE II Hpl W I in I VH 1 for$16-00- 1jL yintj JT H t I ill! en per cen on I if J I f GEDflH GITY GO-OP. I H S C-J- ARTHUR, Supt. J H . 4 f) ' (J St, George Branch Office (A ' I ;, t WMm tL Studobukcr Wagons and Buggies uro built JL H' ( CSSgSa I especially for tho rough rouds of this Southern vg WMM f m Country. Partlculur intention is paid to tho 9) H (A 15 WHEELS, whluh uro constructed with special ( I Strength and Durability. j H Tho wheols aro the Foundation o...

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. — 10 September 1904

I RONCOuAy RECORD. B Volt U- Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Saturday, Sept. JO, 1904. No. 43 H COUNCIL HOLDS TWO SESSIONS. H Board of Health Submits Rusolution in H Interest of Sanitation. B ELECTRIC LIGHT FRANCHISE GIVEN. M The Scliool Trustees Want the Upper m Room of the City Hall B Next Winter. H City Council hold moooting on tho B Gth iiiBt., iit which, after tho usual Hf opening oxorcisos, tho board of honlth B submitted u resolution in relation to H tho ennltary condition of tho city, in B tho following tornin: B RESOLUTION. B Whereas, at a mooting of tho Hoard H of Iloulth of Codar City, Utah, hold 1 on tho fifth of Soptombor, A. D., M 1004, it was movod by tho health H olllcor of said city that all oloBots H without vaults, whoro tho oxorotiou B 'y8 nowotl to remain on tho surfaco H "Jrof tho ground, bo declared u public U -L nuisanco and u inonuco to tho health V and lives of tho citizons, Thoroforo, I wo respectfully ask your honornblo m body to tuko such stops as in your ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 September 1904

bbbbbbbI - - .- , MMMMMMtMMMMMMMMM- I fTICKLE H I W BYRON WILLlAfD H I'm Coming Home. H Oh. breath of Juno from tlio woodland, BBBM Oh, scent of tho streum nnd Holds, BBBM Oh, droning winds Hint nro whlsp'rlnf BBBM Of peace Unit the country yields BBI I'm coming homol H Oh. lilies flontlng In hnyous, BBBK Oh, l-lnndn or rustllnp reed, BBBB Oh, willows bending above them,- BBBI Oh, dairies of frngrant mend BBI I'm coming homol H Oh, fields thnt wnvo like tho ocean, BBBI Oh, billows thnt ebb nnd How, BBBI Oh, groves thnt shelter tho blrdllngs, BBBI Oh, bitnkH where tho sunsets glow BBB I'm coming hornot H Oh, mnldcn fnlr ns the flowers, BBpl with eyes thnt nro soft nnd blue, BBJI Await to-night by the nrbor, BBhJ A-tryst for your lover rruo BBBI I'm coming homol H What She Needed. H It wits at tho boardlug houso tablo, H and tho Irrcalstlblo young bud from H Chicago wns enthusing over a jolly B ewlm in tho lalo. H "I haven't boon in bathing for H twenty years," sniffed tho prim old M ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 September 1904

J The Bow of Orange Ribbon I A ROMANCE OF NEW YORK I By AMELIA E. BAR.R. Author of "Friend Olivia." "I, Thou and tho Other One." Etc. 4 Copyright, 1888, by Dodd, Mead and Company. t CHAPTER IV (Continued.) There was something so frank and persuasive about the elegant stranger that Jorls could not refuso the cour tesy she asked for hersolf and hor nophow. And, having yielded, ho yielded with entlro truth and conn denco. Elder Semplo was greatly pleased at his friend's complaisance. Ho gavo Jorls full credit for his victory over his national prejudice, and he did his very' best to make tho concession a pleasant event In this effort he was greatly assisted by Mrs. Gordon. She sot hersolf to charm Van Hoemsklrk, aB alio had set herself to charm Ma dam Van Heemsklrk on hor provlous visit, and sho succeeded so well, that when "Sir Roger de Covorloy" was callod, Jorls tose, offered her his hand and to tho delight of every one pres ent, led tho danco with her. It was a llttlo triumph for th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 September 1904

H ;: Iron County Record H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ... -PUBLISHER ... ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, IB93 m ................. ENTERED AT THE CBOAR CITY P03T- H OPPICC AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H ................ M ' OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS J. ....................... B SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR H $ ALWAYSHN ADVANOE H SATURDAY, SEPT. lo, 1004. H Ono lady 1 town who in enjoying H tho benefits of having tbo Witter piped H irtto tlio Iiouho, mild tho othor day H that nho woUld not bo without tho H water ByHtoin for ilvo bundled Idol- H lars. That huly kuowh uigood thing H when tlio hooh'iU. H Tho democrats nro fouling .uulto H ohoorful theso itiiieu in irolntioii to H tbolr prospects in 'tho uomlng uluo- H tiou. Tho division, or at loustitbo H alleged division, in tho republican H ntukn of tho stato'lsti condition for H which tboy foul duly thankful. H It Ih iroportod 'that forty tutlonts H lrom iKiinououilty, itbut wore iliitond- B ing to icomoto'Godnr'Olty to attend P tbo Umnoh "Normal this...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 September 1904

i correspondence. parowanT , Soptomber 8, 1001. Last Saturday Jodlo Uontloy mid Mary Richards woro united in mar- , rlago by HiHliop M. J. Richards at tho homo of tho brido. 1 On Wcdnosduy Simon A. Matheson tiod tho gordian knot that iniido Sam Hanks of Parngoonnh and Mabol Whltnoy of Parowan married folks. Tho frlonda of Molvillo and Dottlo Clark Ward sympathizo Hincoroly with thorn, that thoy woro called upon to part with thoir baby, Ivan, who died Monday morning from cholora infan tum. Noxt Monday our Y. L. M. I. A. will colobrato Annual day, with a fruit festival to bo hold on tho lawn at Mrs. D. A. McGrogor's. Wo aro raiuostod to romombor also that it is dimo fund day. Tho stako officers aro cordially invited. Tho Misses Mamio Ollortou and Poarl Adams of tho U. H. 15. Y. U. faculty loft Thursday morning for Fort Camoron, whoro thoy will begin tho year's school work noxt Monday. Poarl Adams gavo a delightful social party Wodiiosday ovoning to a numbor of Lor friends. At a inotiu...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 September 1904

BBBB1 . . ." . i ! in Ti i -- - H VARI0U3 WAYS OF WORKING. H 4M I Men Can Not Follow Same Moth- Bfti ods In Their Labor. H Wo aro not all built nlllto; what Is BBj one man's pleasure Is another man's Bftj pain. It Is imposslblo for a ono-horso H power onglno to do tho work of n ten- BH horso power engine. H j I hnvo a cousin who says his best BH work is dono whon ho has to do a H day's work In a couplo of hours. I BH think my host work is dono when I Bfti' fanvo a month In which to do a couplo BH of hours' work. BBJ Practlco Is absolutely necessary. H Como novcr havo boon obliged to ac- BH compllsh a deflntto nmount of work BBi oach day. If you aro forced into BB narrow path you nro llkoly to accora- H pllsh moro doflnlto rosults than you BBi aro If you stroll on tho boulevard. BBj A manager of n Jobbing houso says BB ho can do four tlmos tho work now BBJ than whon ho commencod dictating. BBi This Ib duo to practlco and to llrnlta- BB tlons In tlmo. IIo has Improved In- BBv voluntar...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 September 1904

j , ; , IKnBoKSMugBH Br 'n I fii jf 'To be a successful wife, to! 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. " Dkaii Hns. Pinkham : IjycUa 13. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound will malco every mother well, strong, healthy and happy. I dragged through nlno yearn of miserable Existence, worn out with pain and weariness. I then noticed a statement of a woman troubled as I was; and the wonderful results she had had from your Vege table Compound, and decided to try what it would do for me, and used it for thrco months. At the end of that time, I waa a different woman, tho neighbors remarked it, and my hus band fell in lovo with mo all over again. It seemed like a now existence. I had been suffering with inflamma tion and falling of tho womb, but your medicine cured that, and built up my entire syste...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 September 1904

I Big Cash Discounts. 1 $ We are making Special Cash Discounts ci H S for the next Twelve Days. From Aug. 15, li g to Aug 27, Only. 8 H W We will discount our Dry Goods, Ribbons, Laces and 92 H f) Silks, 10 per cent. J) - f) TiSn e w'' discount our ftf 5 H A vOTv Clothing, Hats and Fancy yi7 w S fr (v$ Crockery, 20 per cent. lfSyN 5 H (i f 1 v Jewlery discounted, I 1 U) H fl JX--,:i 25 per cent- I fl m g. V l NEW COOK STOVE 4 fl H Z y l for $10.00. I H J M f ft jk jfl NEW SEWING MACHINE 1 ' ii Z H ) i f(ni for$16-00- UA ifJJ 8 H (r 1 1 ill' "en per cen on I if A m i 4JOJ1 c,ocks- l S I 1 GEDflR GITY G0. H ,J C. J. ARTHUR, Supt. 8 B y N. T. PORTER PRES. S. J. FOSTER, SECY. U. T. JONES, VICE-PRES. V H I . OTHER DIRECTORS. J. H 5 E. L. CLARK, WILLIAM REDD, JOIIN L. SEVY, B AND M. D. HIG11EE. I ! Bank of Southern Utah. ! Kj CEDAR CITY, UTAH. Ht ' ' K JUNIUS FOSTER. Cashier. H' j v Commercial nnd Savings Depository. Exchange Drawn 3 l v nn Eastern Banks. 2 HJt 3 Ki -3 $ f X FIVE PER CENT...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 September 1904

I? '" f " "" " ---r- I Iron County Record. I H. Vl n- Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Saturday, SepUJ77 9047 No. 44 Hj GOOD PROSPECTS IN CANADA. m From Salt Lake City to Raymond iu m Forty Hours. PLENTY OF GOOD LAND AND WATER. H Oood Opportunities for Settlers to H Secure Land nud Grow Up H with the Country. H" Tho following description of tlio H provinco of Alberta, in Canndn, was H obtained by our reporter from ono of H' our business mon who took advantage H of tho recent excursion rutoa to that H country to soo tho pluco for himself. H Tho company loft Salt Lko City H fit 11:15 p. m., and urrlvod at Ray- H tnoud, about 1,000 miles distant, In H about forty hours. Eu route thoy H Kissed through Idaho and Montana, B"" both of which, along tho lino of tho H railroad, looked dry und uuluritlug H particularly tho latter. H As soon as tho lino botweon tho Ht Uuitod Statos and tho British Doni- H inlons was passed the aspect of tho H country changed and a rich, luxuriant H .growth of gras...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 September 1904

t ""' " . Jw . M WASH BLUE H Costs io cents and equals 20 cents H -worth of any other kind of bluing. 1 iWon't Freeze, Spill, Break H Nor Spot Clothes H DineCTIONO FOR USES H around in the Water. H ,t At all wlso Grocers. H :xrJ H IT WAS A GIRL. M "Why Frank Goodbody Seemed to De H Temporarily Deranged. fl Thlt: morning when court opened a H man, whom his friends could hardly H rccogulzo. rushed In and with wild B gestures nnd dlshovolcd hair, shouted M "'Stop thn deal, adjourn court, cut 1 -out tho vonlros, give tho witnesses a H ton-days' furlough, tell tho Jury to H Tiring In any old verdict, send tho jail H lioys In a turkey dinner, novor mind H -county expenses, I'll settle that nnd H fleo that your salary goes on; whoop M lal", and as ho turned three back I somersaults and retired from tho K,J courtroom, he ndded, "It's a girl, Btt woigliB ten pounds, camo to tho house H about 1 o'clock this morning, didn't j rcglstor, but wo adopted her without B papers! ""-and ho novor went ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 September 1904

mhhvv. - - - v"r"WfiR!rmMTV''HMHMIH Mrs. Rosa Adams, niece of the late General Roger Hanson, C. S. A., wants eveiy woman j i to know of the wonders accomplished by jLydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compounds I. I " Dkaji Mns. Pinkizam : I cannot tell you with pen nnd Ink -what good Xydla E. Plnklinm's Vcgotablo Compound did for me, suffering from tho Ills peculiar to tho sex, extreme lassitude and that all gono fcclfng. I .would rlso from my bed ip tho morning feeling moro tired than when I went to hed, but before I had used two bottles ni Lydlll 13. Plnklinm's "VcffO till) I o Compound, I began to feel tho buoyancy of my younger days return ing, becamo regular, could do more work and not feel tired than I had ever l been able to do before, so I continued to use it until I was restored to perfect (health. It is indeed a boon to Bick women and I heartily recommend it. Yours vory truly, Mna. Rosa Adams, 810 12th St, Louisville, Ky." flj " Any women who nro troubled with ir- " tfL. regular ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 September 1904

H !. II I I I I - n mmmpmIw ii i i ,i . Iron County Record H t CHARLES S. WILKINSON 1 H ....PUDLISHER.... H ESTABLISHED DECCMDER, 1093 X M ttfftzRCO AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- X H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER 3. H . 4 H ',1 OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLA8S X H ' T B SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR T ALWAYS IN AOVANCE 4 H SATURDAY, SEPT. 17, 1904. H s NEW ANTI-MORMON PARTY. -'""'i'ho dully papers bring owa of tbo fl organization of 11 now nameless polit- M leal combluiitlon composed of diesntls- Hr Hod polltlclaiiH who havo boltod tliolr M ))arty mid sot up in luminous for M ' thameolvod. Afl Is gonorally tbo cuso M with huoIi pooplo tboy fool that tboy M nro tbo "great and only," and it goes m without saying, although tboy will M hnvo no hosltution in Buying it, that H tho ropublican party, out of whoso B ranka tbo most of thorn havo fallon, M will Boon drop to pieces. "Ohurcb H iulluonoo," tbo old "ram in thothlk- fl ot" of political Isaacs, is dragged out H and olforod up on tbo altar of ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 September 1904

i 1 .CORRESPONDENCE, f I i. PAROWAN. ' A Soptombor III, 1001. J Oonoral oonforonco will bo hold 'a horo Sunday and Mondaj, tho 25th i utid 20th iiiHt. ! Adn, Jomiio nnd Lottio Richards i i Htnrtod Saturday to attond high school nt Mount Ploasant, while 1 thoir sistor Kuto has gono to touch school nt Scoilold. j ITlossl Benson and May Pritchaid loft on Sunday for Havor to nttond tho I). B. B. Y U. A munbor of othors contomplnto going to tho buiiio school in a fow days, J Mr. Potor Winunor was sovoroly in- a jurod by a kick from a horso somo '3 days since. Besides rccoiving n nuin- bor of bruises, his left wriot wns dis- 1 locatod. And Olurk Watson, whilo 1 wrostllug with Morgan Adams, un- I fnrtuuatoly hnd his loft olbow dlslo- 9 cat od. Both moil regrot boing disa- fl l)lod 'for work in tho fary busy soa 'i bon' n I Mr. R. E. Wixom, roprosoutlng tho I Branch Normal, addressed a full '! houso of Pnrowuu pooplo in tho ill Hi torosts of oducntion ono oroniug this wcok. Ho also exhibite...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 September 1904

Hl TWO GIRLS' INDIAN ANCESTRY. fl Oasis of Claims that Secured "I hum fl Valuable Tracts of Land. B A romanco that Iibb como down fl through several centuries 1-ns recent- fl ly dovclopcd ns tho result of tho fl Dawes commission awarding ilot- fl ments of vnlunblo lnnd to two St. fl Ixnils young womon, tho Misses Jes- fl slo Mo nnd llliuiclio Hnll. fl It witH necessary In tho cases of fl tho Misses Hall to trnco their nnccs- B try unmlstnknbly to nn Inillun itaront. H Tho romance that has developed be- iin when their gront-great-grand- fl father came to America as a French fl fl Thomas Condray was a member of fl a wealthy, aristocratic Kronen fnm- B lly. ills health failed early In llfo. and the trip to America was advised fl by physicians and finally agreed to H by alarmed parents. H Ho camo with tho view of return- ing to Franca after n few montlis, fl but n beautiful Cherokee maiden in- B tcrrupted his plans; ho paid court to fl her, married and ever afterward llv- H cd In Americ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 September 1904

1 i iHHftSflr' laaaaafl I The Bow of Orange Ribbon H I A ROMANCE OF NEW YORK $ H x K $ DV AMELIA E. BAR.R. iHf X Axl,hor ot "Frlond OIlvlo.," "I. Thou and tho Olhor OrWEto. f,B T Copyright, 1880, by Dodd, Mead and Company. &MMEK r TCaaaaaaaaW t'H'i4..!.A4.J.AJ.J.XJ.J.4.A4.a.AJ.AJ.J. lK CHAPTER V. Continued. M Neil was lutonRcly angry, and his jEf dark eyes glowed beneath their fB J roup cd Hds with a passionate hate. VB tint he lett liis father with an as- WMMf Mimed coldness and calmness. IjmWWtk The sarcastic advice annoyed him, iHff md he wanted time to fully consider 'k ols ways, lie was no physical cow- MmMfi rd; ho was a fine swordsman, and he mWmV. elt that lt would be a real Joy to stand jHp K'Uh a drawn rapier between himself H ind his rival. But what If revenge. H :ost him too much? What if ho slow jB (iydo, and had to leave his love and V' Ills home, and his fine business prsj- iK poets? To win Katherlne, and to Hji marry her, in the face of the man 9HB whom he feit t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 September 1904

1 CSS3S3C3CSS33SSSS3S3SS3S33g333 I n I 8 Ready for Inspection. 8 I i I S We are full from Cellar to Garret Every line has U I f) been Filled up from Groceries to Clothing We call your 1 I attention to all the New things in general, and to a few y) I A in particular these are the things that are of special inter- A I est this time of the year. U I Up Ladies' Wraps Furs and Jackets U I fl School and Dress Suits for the Boys , $ I f) An Elegant line of Clothing for the Boys' Brothers f) and "Dads," X I (g A Complete line of Underwear for all kinds of people 01 I fk Denims Overalls and Jumpers for Boys and Men, fl I f) just the thing for wood hauling 4) I & A complete line of Hats and Gents Furnishings (i L D S. Garments in all sizes and prices (i I I GEDAR G1TY GO-OP. I S C J ARTHUR' SuPt- W 1 I STUDEBAKER BROTHERS II I St George Branch Office rj I y y M J I ras? i Studobakcr Wagons and Buggies aro built jl M 0 SSgS3 especially for the rough roadB of this Southern UP M 1 1 w) m Cou...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 1 October 1904

W DalloyM UJ "'''TBI IK' bi I Iron County Record. I Hj . "t - - 1 H Vo1, "' Cedar Oty, Iron Coungg; Utah, Saturdaf, OrtTiT '1904. " "NbT46. fl REPUBLICANS IN CO. CONVENTION. m Met in Parowan and Named a Full List R of County Officers. K TIIOS. J. JONES FOR REPRESENTATIVE. K Present Clerk and Recorder Rcnomi- mt nnted Froyd for Sheriff, Bp. B' Richards for Treasurer. B Parowan, Utnb, Sopt 28, 1901. R Tho republicans bold thoir county M convontlou in Pnrownn today and H placed a fall county ticket In tbo flold, to bo voted for at tbo gonorul H, oloctlou Norombor 8. Following aro tbo minutes of tbo H convontlou : H Tbo reports of tbo commlttoos on m- credentials uud permanent orgnniza H tiou wpro road and accepted by tbo H members of tho convention. H Morgan Ricbards was olootod por 1 mauout cbalrmau of tbo convention, B and Jamos Robb socrotary. H, Tbo ordor of business was us H follows: 1,. report of comiuittco on H crodontials ; 2, roadiug of tbo call by H tbo socrotury j 4, placing...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 1 October 1904

Hj - i i im'" ' 7 ,.-, . . rt-a. B 'MORE LAWN TENNIS PLAYED. H Dealer Notes Marked Revival of In- H tcrest In the Game. H "Wo llavo sold 60 per cent mora H (onnls racquets so far this sensor, than H for ton years past," said tlw head ol H tilt' sporting goods department In a, big H (loiiurtniGiit storo yestorday. "Tlia H gnmo Is surely on tho Jump. Tennis H was practically dead for savcral H years, hut It's too goo n gnmo to go PHpJ under. Goff gnvo It a black oyo, hut B golf Is now on tho toboggan, oxcopt H among thu exports tho pooplu who H piny on tho tonms representing tho H various country clubs. Tho Individual H players no longer cut any figure, and H the sale of golf clubs is practically nil. H "Hut It's different with .tennis H racquets. The old fcllowB who, used H to pl.iy years ago are again taking, up H tho gama, but, between you and me, H tlioy don't like tlio now racquets. H 'VI: oy buy 'cm, try 'em nnd then turn H tip with nn old racquet that's all out H of date, nnd a...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 1 October 1904

i W S S S H J, I The Bow of Orange Ribboiv I t A ROMANCE OF NEW YOUK J V AMELIA E. DAR.R. X Author cf "Friend Ollvl." "I. Thou nd .., Othor One." Etc. f 1 J Copyright, 1880, by Dodd. Mead and Company. X I 4,tM.!.AJJ.AXXJ..I I I I . - . T I CHAPTER VIM. (Continued.) I "Come, friends and neighbors," said Joris chcerllj', "I will sing you a song; and every one knows the tune to It, and overy ono lins lieard their vadors j and their moodors sing It sometimes, porhnps, on the grcnt dikes of Vador- land, nnd sometimes In their sweet ! homes thnt the great Hendrlck Hud son found out for thorn. Now, then, all, a song for MOEDHU HOLLAND. AVo have taken our land from tho sea, Jts Holds uro all yellow with Brain, Its incurious uro green on the .en And now shall wo give It to Spain? No, no, no, no! "Vo have planted tho faith that Is pure, That. faith to tho and wv'll maintain; For tho fcorri and tho truth must inrture. Shall wo how to tho popo ami to Spain? lo, no, no, no! Our flhlpH are on eve...

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