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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 November 1905

li hb ' HVaYi H '1 I I; a$ Cedar City and Vicinity. $ H j Koop your oyos pooled for our H npociril holiday oil it Ion. It Is going H 'i to ba n "ornckor Jack I" H i, Romombor that you can Hiiro tltno H and tnonoy by purchasing your typo B wrltor supplies from Tho Record. B Tho diiiioo that wna tn hnvo boon givon In tho Ward Hull Inst Friday H ovoulng whm called olf by order of tho H board of hoaltb. H Tho case of dlphthorlu that do B volopnd lust wcok In tho Hoavor H JJrwwh I). Y. U. resulted fatally. H rThopatlont was a young man 10 yoara H of ago, bin homo bolng in KbuohIi. BBBBBI H -, The roof is being put on tho addi- H tlon to the district aohool Iiouro and H It Ih expected that tho now part will B - be ready for oooupanoy shortly after H the holidays. H One liHlf of the world' hapinoes la H wolved when a person leaniB to mind H ' his own bus In ww. "Yea, but its the H other half that ostites tho most H trouble,' "What's that?" "Getting H other people to mind theirs." BH Attorn...

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. — 8 December 1905

bbbbHMbwbjbpJBWMBBMBDBHBRBI I wHWil jit' '.HBflflBtiElla M UalleyM H A MBWB HHk 'iJaft BHflBHEBflBRl I Iron County Record. I I Vo1, 3, Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Fridjy, Dec. 8, 1905. " jf flH I DUTIES OF WOMAN. Wiiat Kate Matcrson Tliinks of the "New Woman." There is Nothing Debasing About tlio Domestic Duties of 'the Household. Wo do net blnmo tho girl who pro fors tho oooupntlon of podngoguo, drosa-mnkor, olork or book-koopor to tbnt of domostlo, ospcolully in tbo cities, for tbo ronson that snuros so ofton bosot tliolr paths iu this cupa oity, and booauso of tbo troatmont tboy rooolve. But wo do bold with Knto Mustorson, that ovory woman should bo hoad of bar own household and know how to proparo a meal with out tbo aid of domestics, when air oumstuncosdomnud it. Tho gifted writ or delivers horsolf of tho following: "In tho now thought days tboso of us in tho know aro awaro that the idea is tbo wbolo thing. Tbo idea about bousowork bas boon radically wrong sinoo that blossod ...

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. — 8 December 1905

H 7 '.,- ..' .-': , Hj "GOOD WILL AND GOOD HOPE." B Lesson of Life That Most Impressed PJJH the Late Senator Hoar. B ih tils nutohlogruiihy that good", old man, Sonntor Hoar, who want to his j rrht n fow months ago, said: H "Thn losson which I liavo learned J In life, which Is Impressed on mo J dally, and moro tlconly iib I grow old, Ih tho lesson of Good will and flood lll Hope. I bollovo that to-day Is bettor than yesterday, and that to-morrow will bo bottor than to-day. -I bollovo J ' that. In snlto of ho ninny orrors and wrongs, and oven crimes, my country- mon, of nil druses, deslro what Is good and not what is nvll." H These nro goldon words and thoy ought to bo preserved by ovory man H and womnn who wants to Iteop on the bright sldo of llfo and to got tho most out of tho work. piH Pessimism Is a drain on vitality. It incrcasos toll, makes harder nil of- ,fort. Bo cheerful 1 Do an optimist! Baltimore Hornld. H Gold 4,200 Feet Underground. H Gold Is on exhibition In tho mining ...

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. — 8 December 1905

f. il WTL Douglas i $3&3'Ji SHOES &R W. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt Edgo Lino H cannot bo oquallod at any prlco. W-L-DOVnLAS MAKES AND SELLS Mm,KS.nJEN's 'Sit.BO SHOES THAN rWr OWEI MANUFACTURE!!. II Clfl nnn REJ"ARD ,0 "yonewho can II OIU,UUU disprove this' statement. Jl W. L. Douglas 53.S0 shoe have by ttieir e. T el .flf le. easy fitting, and surerlorwearlnir ft qualities, achieved the Inrftest I ale o! any $ .1.S0 jhoe In the world. They are mt a cood as B i',Ye ,hat. co,t y" s-0(' t0 $7.00 the only dllference Is the price. If I could take you Into B J"y factory at Brockton, Mass., the larpest In m uie world under one roof mnUrjc men's fire rhots, and show you the care with which evrry B ., Pa'rof Douglas shoeUmode,ouould reollje B "y V. L. Douelas $3. SO shoes are the best H ' Ahoes produced In the world. M V U I coulJ show ou the difference between the B ' pnoes made In my factory and those of other H makes, you would understand why Do up las m ?;?'?" ",,oe C08t more to moke...

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. — 8 December 1905

I ! Iron County Record :; istucD tviRY rwo nr tmi J J soureern utah pudlishinc & print- . . inc company ;; I aM T CHARLES S. WILKINSON EDITOR ANO MANAGER H '. H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 B 1 H ENTEREO AT THE CEOAR CITY POST- H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER B ; ;.....................". "; ; H SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN H Friday, Dec. 8, 1905. H TWBLVE YEARS OLD. M This Issuo of Tho Rooord commences H upon its 13tb volume It wna just H twolvo youra ago todny thnt Will 0. 1 Hlggine, now of tho Salt Lako Mining M Rovlow, wound off tho initial numbor M on nn old army press, ouo pago at a M timo. Thoro havo boon Bomo Impor- M taut ohnngos in tho Rooord plant nud M buslnoss alnoo thnt timo. if Will 0. fl Hlgglus should drop in upon ua todny M ho would 11 lid mighty Uttlo of tho M old plant roranlnlng to identify it by. 1 Tho old army pross hns ovolvod into M n flno powor cylinder press; tho old M typo cases havo been substituted by H our (lnoSiniplox typesetting mnohino; ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 December 1905

j DELINQUENT TAX LIST I Of Iron County for the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1905. Unlosa tho following taxes, togothor with cost of ubilontion, nro paid boforo tbo 18th day of Docomr, 1005, tho real proporty ou which tho ro spcotlvo taxes aro a lien will bo aold on tho nbovo dnto nt tho Court House, Parowan, Utah. MORGAN RICHARDS, , County Treusuror. J l " ' " ' , TO H3 W , ' . i 8 7 g B f ' -M : . . . s- i W ': ' SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 f D. A. Lamoroaux, lotB 1, 3, and 1, b 11, and 4 12 0 (i I). A. Lnmoraux, 100 acres dry land in b hf so qr seo 20, tp 35. r 8 w, and no qr 35 35 8 1 D. A. Lamoroaux, 100 noros u hf no qr 11 33 8 i D. A. Lamoroaux, 3. 8 nc's L. O. meadow, nw qr, lot G 20 33 8 D. A. Lamoroaux, 10 aoros dry land, sw qr sw qr . . . 20 33 0 D. A. Lamoroaux, 7.22 aoros farm land, no qr so qr. . 31 33 8 D. A. Lamoreaux, 5 acres dry land bw qr nw qr 32 33 8 1 . D. A. Lamoreaux, 18. 8 acres no qr sw qr bw qr so qr. 32 33 8 810.37 S. S. Topham, town lot I 2 27 . . S. S. Topham, 5 acres...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 December 1905

I ,i ...;....: -.. . nnrnil.,.i H I The Vcssimtj-t J;j B , , Heboid tho soured pessimist, , J iiH W'11' fviW bo goes nrotlnd; " H fffftt lie never cecs the smiling bum, JHM-Vif- 1 IIo Rszes on tho ground; ', 1 V i Tno 0,,'' skies his oycfl cro greet LH 3Sc Aro '" tllu I'111'1"03 at llls fcot- dtdiSz H iV Though flowers bloom along tho way J" H Tlielr grnco ho novcr heeds, H He searches out with acid cyo 1 . Y The nink. forbidding weeds; - H Tho dainty roso ho spurns and scorns - 1 And only finds tho bitter thorns. 1 IIo never hears tho ringing Inugh, B Hut listens for tho sighs; M IIo always wenrs n veil of mist ' 7 ncfore IiIm gloomy cjps; 1 ' Tho way ho goes Is full of gloom, 1 t IIo's always looking to tho tomb. 1 Heboid tho gloomy pessimist, B i IIo's gladdest when bo's sad, j And If you glvo these words a twist , IIo's saddest when bo's glad. I .$mjfl-Jrr H (Copyright, 1905, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) H Tho only nnlmato object In sight on H tho' vast wilderness of flatness to tho...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 December 1905

(WASTED TO A SHADOW. -But Found a Cure After Fifteen Years of Suffering. A. H Stotts, messenger nt tho State Capltpl, Columbus, O., says: "For fifteen yenis XyfZZZrS! l 1,u'1 kk,no-v trou yfpifeO hies, and though I nt &L doct(o(l faithfully. lwW?W$FH CU1C' J htul henvy V I llMxXMyi backaches. 11 z z y WffiwZ headaches and tor jyafPexbi dcrs- 0n i,ay ' W(m collal,scu foil 'n tU FySafilaB sensible on tht sidewalk, and then "wasted away In bed for ten weeks After being given up. I bogan usinc: Doan's Kidney Pills. In n couple ot months I regained my old health, and now weigh 188 pounds. Twelve boxes did It, and I havo boon w. '.I tv.o Sold by nil dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. H ( One of Women's Trials. Isn't it awful when a women keeps fixing her back hair nt the theater and then when tho performance Is over M finds that sho has left her diamond H ring on her dresser nt home! Clevo l Jand Leader. I i ..I I TEA , The best "cheap" tea is hot water; don't ...

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. — 8 December 1905

Hi I H SE Cedar City and Vicinity. $ flk Tnko your porsoription to tho H Pnlnco Drug Storo. H Tho county commissioners woro in H session Inst Monday and transacted H routino fl If you do ndt find what you wnnt B for Olirifitums prosonts olsowhoro, H como to tho Paliioo Drug Storo. 1 p. Willinm Ford roturnod to H , Knunrrn tho foro part of tho wook, h f, aftor spending Bovornl days in Oodar. H Lot tho Palaco Drug Company tako B t your moaauromout for an overcoat. H .d A stylish garment and a good lit will bo tho fl t Wo havo only a fow Ohristmns. H "V cards, but thoy nro tho ohoioost pro- H ' duood in tho Utiitod States. First H ;; como. first sorvod. THE RECORD. H FOR SALE. A now Uliokonsdor- H ? , for Typowrltor, with nil tho latest f Improvements, at a substantial dis- H ooutit from tho regular prioo. En- H quiro at Tho Record Oillce. H Mrs. Adolla Murio has moved to H Garland, Utah, whoro sho has oponod Hv n millinery storo. Hor establishment B horo was purohasod by Mrs. Maggie H...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 December 1905

I Iron County Record. m HB Vol. 13. " " Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Dec. 29, 1905. ' No. 4 wLW ELECTRIC LIGHTS. . mw Definite Action Taken for the Securing H of This Improvement. H Committee Now Soliciting Subscript ffij tlons to Stock, a Large Amount flf of Whlcli is Subscribed. . ' : ' Ccdnr Oity is shortly to havo nu BB oloctrid light aud power plant, This Mm is tho dooision ronohbdby tbooitizons VjHmJ in mass mooting, nftor"''n- thorough 'BB investigation by a .commlttoo and a ,HVJ ourful consideration ,oaf tbo subject. HH Tho oltyvbdlng already bemdod for as . tflfl madh as tbo law will permit, it is ' 'fflB proposed to tinnuoo tbo proposition smfl by moiiiiH of n Etook company, tho MM t tdiarofe bf wliioh will bo us widely dis- .JB trjibutbd'athdug tho pooplo as possible. BB ' A oohimittoo has boon solootod to MM aoliolt subscriptions to tho stock, and BY 1b mooting with good success. A con flv aidorablo portion of tbo stock has ;BB already boon subsorlbod and tho to...

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. — 29 December 1905

BBIBIBIbV W,Mfc w W iMM "'' GOOD BLOOD FOR BAD BBBh B Rheumatism end Othor Blood DIs B eases aro Curod by Dr. Williams' M Pink Pills. B "In tho lend mines I was nt work on my B knees with my elbows pressed ngittnst rook wrtlls, in dampness mid extremes of 1 cold," said Mr. J. G. Moukol, of 2975 B Jackson avenue, Dubuque, Iown, in do fl scribing his experience to n reporter, H "ivud it is not surprising that I con- trnotcd rheumatism. For three years I H had attacks affecting tho joints of my H nukles, knees and elbows. My ankles H nud kuoos became so swollen I could H scarcely walk on uneven ground nud a H little pressuro ftom n stouo under my H feet would onuso me so much pain that H would nearly sink down. I was often H obi 1 Red to lie in bed for several days nt n H timo. My friends who wero similarly H troubled were gutting no relief from H doctors nud I did not feel encouraged to H throw money uway for nothing. By H- chance I rend tho htory of Robert Yates, H of tho Klanur Manu...

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. — 29 December 1905

Pernor i of Oregon j CAPITOL BUILDINC, SALEM, OREGON. I i ? '? known 'rora tho Atlantic 'to tho Pacific. Letters of congrntula- 7 lion and commendation testifying to . j tho merits of l'eruna us n catarrh rcm- I ' ?i i y ?Tro. Purlnir in from every Stato In , tho Union. Dr. Hartman is receiving hundreds of such letters dally. All classes wnto these letters, from tho I hljjhcst to tho lowest. i Th1f on,Woor laborer, tho Indoor art!- 1 Ban, thoclerk, tho editor, tho statesman, I tlio preacher all agree that l'eruna Is 1 the catarrh remedy of tho ago. The 1 stage and rostrum, recognizing catarrh I as their greatest enemy, are especially 1 enthusiastic in their praibo and tes- T timony. I Any man who wishes perfect health 1 miI , , cnt,roly free from catarrh. I i ;! , ls wt11-nipl universal. Peruna 1 ls tho best safeguard known. A Letter from tho Ex-Gorernor of Oregon. Tho Ex-Governor of Oregon is an ardent admirer of Peruna. Ho keeps it continually In tho house. In a letter to Dr. liar...

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. — 29 December 1905

HHV I Iron County Record :; H litUCO CvtRT RY HIH ' SOUREERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT- . . HH INC COMPANY H j , H CHARLES S. WILKINSON HBH EDITOR AND MANAGER -. , H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1093 H -4 I H ENTERGD AT THE CEDAR CITY POST H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER M SUBSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR H ALWAYS ADVANCE H Friday, Dec. 29, 1905. H Our holiday nuinbor was woll re- M . oolvod and Tbo Itcoord forco litis boon ' ' warmly congratulated several titnos B on tho iflsuo. Will l,o tbo nuiubor wna H not all that wo should liuvo likod, yot it sorvcH to domonstnUo tlint wo H onn got up 11 crodltablo spooinl iesuo Hg horo in soutlioni Utah, and anotlior H t i 111 0 wo will inako it still bettor. H At iiroHOtit tbo outlook for tbo H ' opening of the tlietriot Hohool nitor H the holidays la not vory onoouragiug. H Thifl sonrlotlun opldotnio is 11 vory H disiiBtrouB thing for our hoIiooIh, H which havo boon oiosod for six or . Hovon wooks. During this tlmo tho W distriot is paying a full cor...

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. — 29 December 1905

' I SILVER BEARING SANDSTONE :'' Of Silver Reef. v ? By James U. Wilder. t SILVER BEARING SANDSTONE. , Silver occurH in rooks of nil ngos, but In sonio of thorn vory spnrlngly ; and it is but seldom it ooours in pity ing quantities in snndstono. Tho ' most conspicuous plnoo in whioh argentiferous enudstono oeours in pay ing quantities is at Silvor Roof, in Washington County, Utah, whioh plnoo bus produced ovor $8,000,000 in Hilvor up to tho yonr 1900. It wns in this loonlity of Utah that John Harboo, in tho yonr 1873, disoovorod Dilvor in sundstono roof, nenr tho town i of Loods nbout 15 miles uorthoast of St. Qoorgo, tho county sont of Wnsb iugton Oounty. John Darboo was un old tlmo prospector of Onllforniu, .J Idaho, Montana, Novndn and Utah. .' ' ' Ho had takou part in every groat mining oxoitomout for tho proviouB 25 yoars. In 1872 bo bad disoovorod tho silver loud mines of Ooop Oreok, in WoBturn Utah, only to muko n falluro of smoltiug tho ores of that region at Oliftou. His ne...

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. — 29 December 1905

H V- ,M06T BEAUTIFUL MUSIC-STAND H ' H ,'Falryllke Structure In Golden Qato H Park, San Francisco. B ,' San Francisco can truthfully boast H of having probably the largest, most P expensive, and most beautiful music H stand In I ho world. It Is constructed H entirely of flno granite, and' Is located L( ,ln 'ho famous Golden Qato park. The m center, or music-stand proper, con H slats of a square, toworllko structure H rising nearly eighty feet high above H tho H v'f j Though massively constructed, It H has a light, nlry, nnd vory graceful H architectural effect. On the front sldo H Is tho vnst "sounding shell," or con- H envo, over fifty feet In height, under H which tho musicians sit on a platform H capable of accommodating over 100 H Extending north and south nro two H long, wlngliko colonnades, each about W" CO foot in length and 45 feet high, H nnd aacli supported by thirty two H beautiful Corinthian columns 36 Inches H in diameter at tho baso and tnpcrlng H grncofully upward. Le...

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. — 29 December 1905

" Are'-You Tired, Nervous and Sleepless? Kcrvotwiipss and sleeplessness nro us ually duo to tho fact that tho nerve rro not fed on jiroporly nourishing blood: liJ, ar?. '"'''' nerves. Dr. Plerco's Uo den Medical Discovery vuikca pure, rm IiIwhI, and thereby tho nerves am properly nourished iuid all tho organs of the body are run ns smoothly as machin ery which runs hi oil. In this way you fool clean, strong nnd strenuous you aro toned up and Invigorated, and you nro good for a wholo lot of physical or mental o'i .Ilrs,t.,f,.a11' l ? strength and lu cre; so In vitality and health uro lastlna. 1 Iho trouble . with most U)nlcs and med- I iclncs which havo a largo, booming salo i for a short time, Is that they aro largely j composed of alcohol holding tho drugs In 1 solution. This alcohol shrinks up tho rK I blood corpuscles, and In tho long run I Kroany Injures tho system. Ono mav fool I exhilarated and better for tho time being, 1 yet In tho end weakened and with vitality H decreased....

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 December 1905

IHHI fj-r -' jS? lflP 4 ---N tt7-i--P Hf ' '8 Cedar City and Vicinity. S H i fc:aMfii?Q5 j U Now Yoar'agiftl H j; Now Year rosolutloiiH nro now in B if ordor. H H !' Dr. Campbell's toothache drops A will liolp you. Try tboui.. H Tho woath'or wag cold nud Clear for H. Christmas. A .Try Dr. Campbell's tootb spooial- L ties. Thoy aro good. L Mr. and Mrs. lloraci Dovor nro H roportod to bavo a now son at tholr H Dr. Gampboll'H tootb oroam will H kbu'p your, tooth in a hoalfcb'y cdn- H dltion. H ' ' , H . ilorbort Adanib' llttlo girl bun had H a spvoro attack of Bonrlotlna, but la H Imprpving nt this writing. H Tho Mutual Itnprovotnont conjoint H meetings oaob Sunday cvonlug in tho H tabornaolo nro vory outortainlng. H If you nro not attending, you nro H j, missing a trout. H i '' ii b' Dcspito tbo fnottbatnooiiBidornblo j quantity of "Dixio wino" wnB B brought into town rocontly, thoro has H boon loss drinking nud carousing dur &m ing tbo holidnya thin eoason than for & Hororal ...

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. — 12 January 1906

I Iron Counw RecorMB1j I VoTj3. " M, Otv. Tmn County. Utah, Fridayjan, 12, 1906, HHKlMleft ' ! I GRAND CANYON PARK -H Restrictions Placed Upon Grazing of Sheep and Cattle. tjB 4h liuffnlo Recently Imported Find Good S Pasturage and are Thriving JW Nicely Future Prospects. JH Tho following correspondence oon- ?M corning tho Northorn division of tho (jH Grand Canyon Rosorvo, Vlll bo of sM intorost to our readers. It camo JOB during our rush to got to' press on j9 our spoolal edition, and wo''hnvo just MM found timo to publih it; Em Tho writer says : H "This resorvo now oovors the wholo 9 of tho Buokskin (Klbab) 'Mountains J us far north as tho stato lino of Utah and Arizona. No etook aro nllowed J to grazo horo, oxcopt on sp'eoial per- F $ rait, which costs from 30 to HO cents Ij 1 per Load per nnnum for oattlo or f V horses. Tho nnmbor of shoop nllow- r cd on tho resorvo is limited to 16,000 a head and restricted to tho now addl- 3 , tion to the reserve, tho boundary M linesof which ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 January 1906

Hpr - (i CedafrlTM p Wvil WFaB H 1 1 Now Yonr'B lft ' t m u Now Vonr rosoluEace Blouses. H ordor. d coats como In H I jio cluny laco being 1 I Dr. Cnmpuoll'orvlceablo nnd popu- H . will liolp you. iy of nllovor pnttcrn I ,, 1 for less than $50, but H Tlio wouthor jvhIch ,H nlso a linon H OlirlatuiiiB. ( wearing nnd washing HA ' Trv TV 7v"K mlt 0Ut b' tl10 sllPs A . ,.,. ow as $12. Somo of theso A tlos. inoyj? gtrlps of Insurt0n nmi B Mr. mid J oy a clover llttlo dress- H ropor'tod to lIl two Inl(1(11 strli,s ot H .lortened enough to mnko a B7 -ro neck oponlng. Sho lined H Dr. Op' w'11' clllffon nn0 a chiffon H koui) VqIul co"nr nnJ dickey mado H dition tucks went with it. Most of H , jow laco blouses for any wear H , XTtsoovor havo elbow sloevcs, nnd 1 J ,,J'flll theso out tho thin chiffon and B orgnndlo undorslceves nro In great B I demand. Thcro is no great attempt HBHHJ mni'0 to match tliom, nnd under- H slcovco Jrimmcd with ono kind of laco H arov seen with waists of another, nl...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 January 1906

m . r k - t , - ."'Sr ' I S -1C Accepted Lo-Vcr I! " 5S?5 O'poaove. soft ioy, ut.nBea with A O. sky.kopt cloud.es, by tho sighs of J " -IK' and tnuSir',,t "Wot 80Und" thro' M aive y heart way, ana sins! JO Look $S5S'r 'l. " Heaven looks Sal An Uowl on earthl 1 & "n"-"' r0Und mc' Ilk0 the cnfold" yV 3Z Imparworth;0 bCaUty frm U,y h0""160"" ($) H , 0r ho thyself less fair. H A" "brooks1 pant0,h for th0 watcr- M As the dov 'nournoth In tho lono pine III I tree; 'II So, left unsunned by thy carc-charmlne jl I looks, " ))r)XXC( M I pant, I mourn for thco! I ?1 Ilarry Cornwnll. I ' 'Car 2fzzr jzmdzrs I (CopyrlBht, 1905, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) M- a urcd-looking woman camo out o( tho houso and Btood In tho Httlo patch of sunshlno on the north porch. Sho gazed longingly down tho dust-white, country road, and tho last forlorn hope died out her wan eyes as she returned I to her kitchen. Joslah Lenks had not been prcpos- Bossing of manner nor endowed with many endearing qualities. Ho had ...

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