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FATTEST OF ALL.
A Girl Who Wolffha Four Hundred
and Fifty Founds.
nr Appatlto Is to Delicate That Her
rarenu Botuatlraea neooroe Alarraad
Two Pln of StotkltiRi IUqulred to
Mako On for Delia.
A vorttablo mountain of rollicking,
rolling flesh la good-natured, pleasant
facod Dolla Beck, tho largest girl In tho
world. Dolla, according to tho Pitts
burgh (Pa.) correspondent of tho Chica
go Timos, is sixteen years of ago and
sho tips tho beam at exactly 450 pounds.
Sho is tho daughtor of rcspootablo but
poor parents; her fathor Is a coaUmlnor
in the Westmoreland regions, and hor
homo is at Cokovlllo, that county, near
tho Indiana County lino. Ilor parents
aro both of ordinary size and none of
hor brothers or sisters show signs of ex
ceeding tho avorngo limits in point of
physical development. At tho ago of
flva years ono slstor reached tho wolghc
of 145 pounds, but eho diod at that
Tho correspondent visited Delia's
homo and found hor to bo a sufficiently
comoly American girl, strong and
healthy, and of fair intelligence In
faot, sho is rather protty, considering
hor enormous proportions. Sho was
asked to toll somotlilng about how sho
camo to bo so stout, but tho question
staggered hor; sho could not toil. In
this connection, however, tho wrltor
drow from hor tho most remarkable
foaturo of hor oxlstenco.
"What do you cat?" buo was Bskod.
"Not much," was tho astonishing re
ply. "You seom surprlsod, and I don't
blamo you for doubting what I havo lust
told you, but nevertheless it la gospel
truth. I never had muoh of an appotlto."
"But how did you got so fat?"
"I can not toll. You would liko to
know what r cat? I will toll you. It
will not tako long. In tho lint place,
for my breakfast I usually tako a cup
of coffee and ono or two hot cakes or a
sIIlo of toast, nothing moro; for dinner
I oat a slico and a halt of hakerc' broad
and a vory small piece of steak or
somo potatoes and cabbage. My suppor
consists of about tbo samo amount, ltb,
of course, an occasional change ol dlot.
Really, to toll yon tho truth, a meal for
n ordinary person will last mo two
meals and I will havo a'l I want, too."
Mrs. Beck vorlQod hor daughter's
statoment and added that thoy woro
somotlmos alarmed lest their child's
health should fall from a lack of propor
"Havo you novor tried to reduco your
woigbt?'' usked tho writprof Miss Beck.
"No, sir. I novor havo," ibe replied
"Why should I? I am happy, and novor
know wlmt It is to bo ill. I experience
no difficulty In walking, .bit. I pulta
little when I go upstairs."
Whon Dolla was flvo years of age sho
weighed 140 pounds, and alia has been
0 aining steadily over olncW Sho In s in
creased In woight at the rato of ono
pound per month for tho last fow years,
and 1 H11 ilnt- Tn i-MMit she Is
foot 4 Inches. " Sho measures 61
inches around tho waist, 13 inches
around thu nock and 91 Inches around
tho fleshy part of tho arm. Ilor fcot aro
not long but aro abnormally broad, 60
that It Is lmposdblo to proem o any or
dinary pair of woman's shoos to lit hor.
Tho samo dlfUoulty is experienced in
lining her with hose. Ilor mother ex
plained that to meet tho embarrassment
which this causes alio buys two palro of
hose and makos them Into one. Delia's
ohalr is a curious pieco of furniture, es
pecially mado for her, and Is a settee
lurgo enough fur Uo porsons. Ilor bud
Is furnished with extra bupports.-
Comparcd with famous fat women of
history Dolla Bock outshines or rathor
jutwelghs them all wbun hor ago is
taken Into account. Hannah Batterxby,
the fattest woman that otor lived, did
not acqulro hor enormous proportions
until after oho was forty, and Big Win
nie, the colored heavy- eight, wm
thirty beforo sho mado a record. Dolla
and her pnrentshave at lat decided to
accopt thu oiler bl a local museum mana
ger, and tho girl nlll thon appear for
the first tiino in puUlo, Sho will con
tinue on tho road and will manage hor-
ONE OF CUPID'S FREAKS,
A Dltrnvcoil Coup'e Jlnnnllo't After Knrh
IIiik Hurl I lira Other Matr.
Jackson Thomas married forty years
ago a beautiful joung woman about
twelo years his junior, writos a New
port (Ark.) correspondent. After a fow
years thoy concluded they were not in
tended for oaoh other and wero divorced.
Both found new and, presumably, moro
sultablo companions. Death robb-d
each in a Bhort tlrao of tho happiness
thu foujjd. Koch triod a third matri
monial venturo about tho same llmosov
oral years Utnr, and the now rolutionx
oontluued until rcoontly, wbon again,
by a singular colucldonco, tho visitation
ofdoath left each albno in tbo uorld,
Tho borcavemont of the ono wai within
a fow weeks of thatot the other.
Uncle Jack, as ho Is called, is now
eighty-one years old. Tho Udy who was
hTi first wife Is slxty-nlno. Old targets
for Cupid, turoly. But tbo Uttlo archer
know that under tho dead ashes of a
double borcavemont In tbo old man's
heart thero was still something inflam
mable, so ho aimed an arrowa ilory
arrow, so to speale at the anolont breast
works, and iho old flame of forty years
ago buret forth agalti. It was carried by
Undo Jack to tho woman from whom he
separated thlrty-flvo yoar ago". Tbo
flame caught and spread.
Now tho 11 ro on tho honeohold altar Is
burning again, after n brlof courtship.
ftatice For Publication.
tand Office t Bait r. City Utah
Jin. 10, 18l,
Netle ! hertkygWea tnitthefollowlnf aim
ed ceitler hu filed notice of hli luttutloa ta
make dual proof In apiorl fhl elaloa, and that
aid proolwlll be node before Ibe Prot Judg0
of 0rfield Co Huh, or In hie aliens Ikoco
urity clerk at Pangutleh en Marea lTtb, 1(81. vti
Goorgfl Doiii: on 11. K. 7301 for ibe V t-X bee.
Ho namea tbo following- wlmmij to proro
hUeentlnuouircelileneeupoa aul ealtlTatloa
William 8rint Jhii w, Croiby Jr. Jamri
Montague iMvld W. Brani all or Pangulfcu
Frank 1. t llotti
KOtlcc For Publication.
Land 0co at Bait LaVo City, UUh.
Notloel hereby given that the following,
uamed eettler baa lllud oetloe of hit lutt-nllon
tomalio final proof In mpport ol Ut claim, at d
tbattaid proof will bo mado beforo tbo Probate
Judge or in hi aUenoo the County Clerk of
Washington County UUh at St deorgo, Utb, on
March 80th, 11 via
HenryJ.Uatidrloy II B Vo tWlforthe K
ofN.B..K.WU.0 aK.U NKofSWJi
Bco. 14TpS9 (. II, 16 W.B L M UUb.
He namea tho fallowing vrlt nenei to provo bli
continuous reeldenM upon, and cultivation of,
raid land, tIi
( harles IT, Foster , of It Oeorge Waablnglon Co
Iiaollunt ,of " ' '
Janice Jneobson ,of Pine Valley Wathlngton
Henry Jacobaon ,of Pine VMoy WuhUgton
lrank J , UobU,
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T, O. Bailey
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate Or J Samum. Pollock
Notice is hereby given by thrun
den.igiied aduiinistrntori of tbo Pol
look, deceased, to thu creditors of
mid all persons having claim
againet the Raid deceased, to ex
hibit them with nccoesary vouchers,
within four months after the first
publication of this notice, to the
sind administrators ut their reel
ednce at Kunurra Iron County Utah.
S. J. Pollock
J. W. Pollcock
Administrators of tho estate of
Samuol 1'ollock diceueed.
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate Of Job P. Jones.
Notice is hereby given by tho un
dersigned, ndininstrator of tho de
ceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the
paid deceased to exhibit them with
thenocessary vouchors, within four
months after the first publication
of this notice to Hmeaid nd miiiistra
or at his residence at Enoch, Iron
D.itud February 20th 1891.
John Lee Jones,
jAdminietrator of tho Eslato of
ohn P. Jones deceased.
ADVICK TO "GIRLS.
A Wetaka Which Though Hmall, May
ItMDlt tr UllliappHy.
Do not set in tbo fanblt of being
familiar In manner or speech wltlt
younjr men. True, you may 'ay noth
Inlliatli baruiful; you may only say
what you think, and that may be per
fectly Innocont And alf ays to say just
what ono (htnki Is wisdom, but to jest
with Tom or Harry. Innocont though
tbo subject may ho. Is not wise. Bhall
tbore. then, be no gayety in life? says a
doar (flrl Plonty of it Hut mako it
pur sel fun. onOroly cloar and -froo
from tho bitter natorsof Mar ah.
Doa't yon think that tho ono toan
tbo onr to whom you fflvo your heart
will care id ore for ono when he knows
that an idle Jest, a careless word, a
familiar manner have not been glvon
1'V yen lo ovory man frlond you may
bate? It doesn't seom much; but, my
dear plrl. because you art my dear (flrl,
just remember (but wbilo mrny t girl
amuses U19 general youn; man It is tho
spoclal man w bo I? worth consideration.
Ycu do not think it quito nlco to look
to marriage a3 your futuroY Why not?,
Do you not find tho companionship of a
man you love moro Interesting than
that of even your dearest womaa friend?
Then you think I do not approve of
woman's fflendohlp? Indeod I do
w hen they are truo onos. Hut Ibo best
friend for a woman Is tho man who in
terests hor the man she loves, and who
Is her sweetheart soon to bo her bus
band. And she makes a mistake in riot
trying to please him. Ladles' Homo
Timklns (with camera) "May I
tako you, Miss Smllor?" Miss Smilor
"You'll have to tako a negative, "Bos
I E DELI?, 4 .:
Land Agent, M
Cedar CHy, Vk.
jos cpssLEt. ; M
Notions , A.t.:,'-,v ' '-'I
Youl'should surly . stthU -' v. :H
10 cent ';l I
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The Favorite M
VedMM for Throat and Luaf DIM- lM
Ch.rry I'actoral. It cur C a, ' H
fhoplBC Cgk, DreneklUa, m M
Asthma 1 sooth irrltatloa at tha M
Larynx and VawN sUBthMM tha '
Vocal Orjuaatt allays seraM at ti M
Lungs ( prevsnta CoasuasBtla. mmO, t M
n In advanead stags of that d-aaaa. '' f .
mIUvm Coblaa aod iadacaa MMa H
Thr Is bo atbtr prsparaMoa fat .
easts of th throat sal luaga ta to asM B
parad with this rmady.
"My wlfa had a dlatrMlnf oaaaK ' H
with pains la t sld aad araast; wj H
tried- tartan m.dlda4-at aaaa tt ,B
." .aT-.'00l OUH1I get a tHl H
Ay m's Cb wry fMloral, which at uU
her. a ahWrMi. Qiswa. iwtifcjr- ---
ineatl, and theh vaalallavad 1 , .
the u of Ay's Cfcatyy. rctoral. I ',(. , .
havanohestUlloalarOBiBMaoagU '" ' H
Caugh Mtdlcln I
to every ene anlfcto-V-JUbart kertos. H
Tor-inan JItadltgtit, UsnluCa, A. .
'fl hare Ik.b afTllciad vjtb aatt aa H
for forty yars. Laatsprlsglwat!ki j H
wHh a vloltht congh, which thraalW .
to termtnau aiy days. Svary a pr.
notinctil n in coMdaibtioa. I d l
mlnd to try Ayr's qbsrjy I-orL
Its effects wr aiaglcal. X was tauoadf H
atelr rUvd and coatfciuad Iwurova !
until cntlraly racovrad." Jeal tira- H
" Gts month ago t had a atvara ' v ;H
orrhage of th lungs, brought Mlvu
lncesaant tough which dirivd to cd
lcep and rtat. I triad varlotu raw. ,'
diea, but obtained no rcllaf audi IV.' .
can to take Ayer's Cbarry Rectoral. X '
few bottles of this madlclne curad w." '
Mrs. E. Ceburn, IB Baooud at., wlh -M
"For chlldrtn aflllcted with Mlda,' ' HM
eougha, sor throat, or croup, I do aoi , !
kuow of any remedy which will air ?
more speedy relUf than Aytr's Chr
Poctoral. 1 have found it, alio, lavaln
ahl In caaas of Whooping Cough." ("
Ann Lovejoy, 13.7 Wathlagtoa (kjaaa. 4
Doston, Mas. ' nH
Ayer's Cherry . Pectoral .-.. 1
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Or, J. O. Ayr & Co., LowsH, Mast, ,
MbyaJI.DniKlMa. rrieliaUIUUa,M ' I
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ftUTfntaroi aa4 tbt 4 mUmut f -li liaortaH H
dlaoorerlei vUl apprr (ar laa tnl IIh la taa ,
vnrk KriUoa t7 LlmMlr. aatltlaS "la DuM '
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