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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 May 1909

JRQN County Record. I 'hrH ffiol. 16. ' Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Friday May 14, 1909. No7$3 IhHHI NORMAL WINS FROM BEAVER. I , Mnrdock Academy Hoys bo Match for IMcb From State iflstiisti&fl. ' Normal Athletes Take First Place Ev ery Event but two. Score, Nor mal 66 i-3. Beaver 37 i a, f . By n decisive score of 06 to 37 J F ' the athletes of tho Branob Normal I " won in their Hold meet with tbo Mar r J dcok Academy. It was a compkto J victory; for at no etcgo lu tbo contest j - vt&B there any doubt as to tbo out- k " came. As sojn as tbo hundred yaid f dash whs run, and two of tho Normal "fi , sprinters. Flfo uud Cooper, enme sail - lug over tho lino several feet in ad- vanco of the deete&t man among tbo Bearer bunob, It wnp clear not only F to the Normal boys but bIbo to Goaoh Snyder, of Heaver, that tbo content waa practically won. Tho Ueaver V boya, however, shewed pluck of tho j; highest order; for notwithstanding tho fact that thoy saw early lu tho '' contest ...

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. — 14 May 1909

H -...- - - '.'-- -'..', mi I, BBBBBH MWMMWWUJ 1J M.,-w.,M,M,M.WM,.,.- US II - - .. -,.,.. , , .... b tHkBj WPH k BbbIsIbWB PbI w bbhIbb klk WFtk bbHbV bbb bVbbbh bbbw j i fl At Tnl I I k l H I I 11 I- I 1- M mm. m M M A - fl I MpiMiiMbM II I Unprecedented Discounts on all I 1 Goods But Groceries h I I" SALE BEGINS MONDAY, MAY 17, 1909 I bbIbIbk Jf I Jf' H i Watch for Further Announcements. , I H v " I I CEDAR CITY CO.OR ' Vjy Jiwll.w -WWK-. -w... ,. , ,.... ., , ..,.., . ,., ,,.-,-, . . ,.M f ,r.... .. .n .. , n r-r jljWMttlMBMMM,,--- IJ 1 Iron County Record FUttllHIO wmr mm T Jj,' CEDAR CITY, UTAH. -v (J ALEX. H. ROLLO HIM 'J' ,! E8TA0LISIIED DtCtMOEU, 1003. j I KHTCRBO AT TUB CIDAR OITV POST. J", OFPIOI AS OVQONU 0LAS8 MATTER. I 0UD3CRIPTI0N $I.BO PER YfcAN Jj, ' ALWAYS III AOVANOft. ! H Friday, May t.j. tpoy. H 2 v Our School News 1 1 $ MMiU column will Ihj isIHihI mcIi wook ; H hy llt teachum nmt -lluli urmlc lu- ( ilciiu ol tlia illttrlot oumt. llom ol j w liUcri'nt to i;u'mii...

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. — 14 May 1909

' !! - --. .-. ... - i ii -i - ,iti -,. -i i, i .. , , , 1 1, - , -,,,,-- i 1 1 1 BHIH m . ,. ..,'.,"". ".-.- . .' . - ,,fc " , in - - - i n i iii.. ii i i .. . IbHBfH fl g HOW ABOUT THAT NEW BONNET? , ?""i i THE post-f3fice store i Hi j I '-' l tmm' Has c most p-to-datc line of Millinery Goods carried in Southern Utah. Our HEB I I lllll mm prices are the fairest, and it is a pleasure to show you our line. , H 1 I MM you ve out town write or Pone us wat you want as near as possible , B I I lmm we wi" our kest t0 suit an( Pase yu I HH 1 I ll ur ine is esPeciaV strong on Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed and Ready-to- H 1 i Sfi Wear hats with a sufficient number of shapes and trimming. We want your ,HB1 SI wo arc headquarters for Sue Millinery business and believe we are in a better position to please you than any I HOI 1 I S!S3wrtJibi.A er ttrfton&Y establishment in the southern part of the state. You must- see 1 WBSm S summer waists, dresses, scans, 1 4 r tf 5 iiLflHKa9 I etc. Good as...

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. — 14 May 1909

KB """ ..,... i .. ij.B,.i,,i n , ,, , , ,-, mi. '' ii i , ' IH i ii mmmt m am mmmmmmmmmmwmma mm -"Mi am . . n i i i ITPrT " " ' ''"' i ' n n -J .- ? Gets it in the H Neck Again, H Ktlitor ffrifoord :- In rondhiK your H r,(Jitor!nl ilTdrr (lio onntlon "Ohnrlty M nlJil ToIarnUnn," of tlio 2 .'In! ult i H dim not ngrao with yon upon tlio nplr- H it mill obucliulon of your nrtlolo. 1 H (Hit not think of kIvIiik you my vlown H tiii) tali) nrtlolo, until tlio foro put H of tfan prnount oU it uonma to mo H tliHt join lili'Hn on llliariilily nro too H fir reiiolilnK. Vuu forgot Ihnt notno H iihiii'h oplnlotii nro ropuM, nil H Vary tifimi lietrinioiitnl. H Vou tull your rntiilorM tlml tlionpon H do Piiul Itiifiw vlitit mill iilmrlty H iiiOHiid, b(3iiuu iu tbo lioKlfiOlnK of M lilu uurcur ho ua uliRolulnlv devoid of m It, Vou Iihvo no Rrnund wli'itHoovtr H for llio hIjovo iitntitlon. Voumrtlnlo H ojliloniitla ulinrlty mid toleration with H llaoitBo, Mosiito in no part of cluirl M If. Yjh nlt...

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. — 14 May 1909

j APw AHfiARET PfAYO ; LA COPYRIGHT, 1988. BY DODD. MEAD AND COMPANT , Coom sui uiojj ponunnoo) f your puttln In nil tftem eSTm stums. Your act Is good enough without 'em Nobody else ever done 'em, nn no- ," L, body 'd miss 'em if you left cm out." F Polly turned with a trlumphnnt ring tt in her voice. Tlio music was swelling for licr entrance. "You ain't my mother, Jim; you're '"v my frmf mother," sho taunted, and 'ilfol everybody has got tonic hind of a bug,'' Jim assented. with a crack of her whip sho was wny on Dingo's back. 'It'H.thejnilrlt of the dead ono that's KOt'lntOnicri,nlnYTlHUlirilL-OfniBlioturi5 ed away, still seeing the Hash In the i departing ghi's eyes. I OIIAPTEU III. m " I7"ri OIjTj Y and Bingo nhvnya made . I J the audience "sit up" when I I J they swept into the ring. Sho I I J was so young, so gayly clad, so H light and joyoim in nil her poses. Sho A'jj eeemed senrcely to toucii the back of . tl10 white horse as they dashed round tt the ring In the glare of th...

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. — 14 May 1909

IHiHp i . . . mh s SJ3COESI S3E3CO-E3SI JJ-EECOIDSI I I Just Received a line of Shoes and Oxfords Direct From The Manufacturer. 1 I Gents', Ladies', Misses and Children. We "KEEP A FIGHTE3SP " with a clean stock of goods at clean prices We -do not haye ' ' g I ' to say that we have Quality Goods, because we have only the best and sell the cheapest. m A rieat line of leather novelties from the sunny land of Mexico. ' ' js 9 GROCERIES. Everything to suit the most piarticular people. 11 Oar business is selling itoiiantiise, We are trained in the work and DEFY COMPETITION I I We guarantee you the most efficient service, in the city. i 1 Cedar Equitable Co-op. .Ass'n. 1 H THE STORE THAT BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE. H Local Items. M For Shoo Bargains see the Poit H OIHofl atom. H IOR 101). ICE. Plenty of II nt H Harry lluntor'ii for 1 aont pur pound. B .I. H Wlion yon want tho ptirost and boat ' loo In tuwn go to J. II, HUNTER. H One of tho moat complete Illicit of B front doom In Southern Utah...

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. — 21 May 1909

'" hhI IjIH BaeslhBBBKl '- lil bbbbbbbbbbH tja M aaV . H I Iron County Record. j I I Volt 6 . (Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday May 21, 90 NoT24 ' H FROM " OLD ENGLAND." 9 George H. Lunt Writes Inter- H eating Letter. fl 25 Quoena Gross, Dudley, Eug , M May 1, 1900. ifl Dear Editor : Seeing lettera np- "'J penr In tho Record at dlifcteut tluics IfW from different Eldois from hotun la- tM orlug lu the mission Hold I thought uH perhaps oue from Old England. would IH prove interesting to the readers of H yonr pnpor. -fE It 1b now pnBt eighteen months einco I left rnv home to aome on a I mission tn this land. 1 bavo can- I templated writing to'the Record eev- tl eral times during this time but not :I till now have I taken udvantngo of 1 tno opportunity eliorded mo In writ J I log to It. It 1b b weloome weekly i vialtor at my lodge. On reaching Liverpool, by epcolal r permission, J was granted tho privil- ? ego of laboring in the Birmingham . conference. 1 remained in the Olty iof Bi...

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. — 21 May 1909

LlBBBB JitTtAAMr?ATAOATAtoMlJArtlAMgAArttlJtiAMtit? I 1 -n - i' ; - " ' " ' ' ''" ' v? I 1 I I Bargains! I ! Brgdinsl I HI -j ' ' I I ,$12.00 Suits for $6.00 SKirts from 50 to 75 per ' $ t $1.00 Hats for 50 cents cent off $2.00 Hats for $LOO Shoes Down Half. ' f . ? ' ' I I UNDERWEAR 50 PER CENT OFF I HHHHH k --- k H Many other things that are real Bargains. I I SATURDAY IS THE BIG DAY I FOR BARGAINS. I 1 CJEJDJ&JFL CITY CO-OOP. I LHHHH! 2 vS? II C. J. AJKTHUR, Superintendent. H Iron County Record I H T ruaiiiNitt ivihy miuv at B & CEDAR CITY, UTAH. ; H & .......... ? B y MP fALEX, H. ROLLO ft Unit $ BH 'V 5 ' ..........,.. ;, B ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003. $ H X KNTKIUO AT THC CKOAH OITY POST h' H & OtCIOtt AS SKOOND OUABO MATTBI1. $ ;r $ QUOQCRIPTION $I.BO PER YtAH $ H & ALWAYS (II AOVANOE. ; ksH 4' '' H FrUlny, Mny at. 1900, TAKLi WARNING. H Rullnblo reports tiro to tlio olluot H thnt u dead uow hna boon tnkon from H the oreok up Cottar Guluh. Tlio mil- H iuhI ...

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. — 21 May 1909

I . &" of ii ii '- -" ' . fBBM ... Tom Rooinson Dead. - Last week Tom Robinson, who ear oral yenro oro was r roaldont of this plaoo and vslio recently was r resident of Frlaoo, died from what 1b known .'' aB Miner's oonauraplon. , Tom was a familiar figure around vlire for years and was well liked by jRll. He woh free hearted aud alwaya t; willing to help anyone cut of trouble or dlfflouHlea. ,n Ho leaves a wife and large family to monru his loo?, and his friends ,.' here tire. offerlsR their sympathies and 1 ' condolences to thorn. y. Ic was Tom'a desire to be burled lu ";Oodar and for that reason his body ,w8 brought here and funeral hervlces ' held Tuesday lu the Tabernacle. Rev. I. W. Hllai.soB's Letter' Rev. I. W. Williamson, Hunting 'ton, W. Va.. writes: "This oertlfles "ithat I used Foley's Kidney P.emedy jfor uorvoua exhaustion and kidney 'trouble and am free to Hay that it will ,' do all that you olalm for lt.J Fol- ( 'ey's Kidney Remedy has rrstored 'health and strengt...

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. — 21 May 1909

m 1 B ill. . ii ' ' ' ' ' ii ii n ! i rih dt fc tjuiwi ii in . - ii i i H New Goods of best Quality I AND I Ij-A-TIEIST ST"3TXjIEjS- I Our Clothing is all made up in New York and consists of the latest 1 styles and patterns. Every garment guaranteed to fit. i 1 GENTS' FURNISHINGS ALL NEW. ' ' 1 - 1 I. Suspenders, Hose, Hats, Shirts, Ties, Underwear, Odd Pants, Etc. Shoes for both men and g 1 women Men's high tops in all sizes from $5 to $7 . 1 , u Gun metal and tan oxfords from $3.50 to $4 HI Women's patent and tan oxfords from $2.50 to $3 y 1 I Women's patent and tan shoes from $2.25 to $3 M 1 Children's in all sizes both high and low cut These shoes are made by the Endicott Company I and made from leather tanned by themselves. ' Ii 1 A LOOK IN OUR WINDOW AND SHOW CASES WILL TELL . I 1 YOU WHAT WE HAVE. 1 1 Everything in IWLerclianxIiise. I I BBH .. H Booster Parry H Boosts Again H Oodur Ulty, May 17. H lMltor Rooonl: Thoro la h oortnln H olnss o( pooplo thuL bollovo tbat l - H, tu...

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. — 21 May 1909

HBb w i ii. i.. ..i .- ii ..i. .1 JMwmiWillli iiimh mw wwO imwW wwwwini .hMJi,j, BBB ABBBBW t mSl &BR BBk vKr mm Vt hJ vi iBVk rV I- XV "XPw PiAHGARET PHAYO - j )V COPYRIGHT, IMS. BY DODD. MEAD AND COMPANT (ContlnuedHrom last week.) ' tiu' wij mm ncrer erica itinnay ns Iicr eyes unconsciously sought tlia elnlro. Jim followed the direction of her 1 Klnnce nud cleared the steps at a I bound. Mandy pursued him, muttering 1 angrily. Deacon, Elvcrson. too. waa 1 nbout to follow when n grim reminder 1 from Miss Perkins brought him around. 1 -and he inmlo for the door Instead. He 1 started hack on opening It, for stand lug on the threshold was a clown In 1 his igrotesquo maUeup. Ills white 1 clothes wtro partially concealed by a 1 large traveling ulster held together by 1 one button. In one hand he carried n n small Icatlicr Pntchol. In the other n n tfrrs sailor hat. A. little tan coat was J thrown across his arm. The giggles of the boy hiding behind his mother's X skirt were the only...

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. — 21 May 1909

bbbbbbbbbbbbbbY BBBBBaf f NOT CP W777f THE TIMES, " I I BUT A LITTLE IN THE LEAD: I I r" T THERE IS NO USE TALKING, I I B GROCERIES Our line Is complete with the best goads at the lowest prices in the city, i 1 H 1 DRY GOODS. Gentsf Furnishings, L. D. S Garments, Shoes, Oxfords, at the lowest J I H prices consistent with our plan of doing business. We handle nothing but the best, 1 . 1 H i buying first grade at all times. j I H' STRAWBERRIES. We have bought the entire crop of the largest growers in the south i I iand will have them in stock fresh every week during the season, T I PURCHASE CHECKS ISSUED ON ALL CASH PURCHASES. PHONE IN YOUR ORDERS. IF YOU HA VN'T A PHONE . I I WE WILL CALL ON YOU. FREE DELIVERY AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY. f I Yours in the Interest of Mutual Benefit. J I CEDAR EQUITABLE COOP. ASSOCIATION. f I m 1 OTla.o SBtioxre tJjLt Belongs to tiae People. k m Local Items. M 1013, 10a ion Plenty ct It at H Harry Hunter's (or 1 cunt pur rcuurt. H Merry Mllkmuliia hero wtt...

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. — 28 May 1909

IH'''''bwWMIMBHHRBIHMMMBHMBB( H H H9 fl H I 9 li!i-fl B ffflH I Iron County Record. I I Vol- 6r Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday May 28, 1909, No. 25 ' H I COM'ENCEMENTWEEK B Eigkleen Graduates Uccsiva Their 9 Diplomas. S Splendid Exercises -Carried out' by fl Virions Classes Before Largo fl Audiences. Tliis hna-bocn another historic week iritbo hhtory of tbo B'rauoh Normal; and tbo iutoicst manifested by tbo fl studenta, tbo townspeople, the Alum. I ur aisoalation, ab well ns by the school faculty ohowa that tbo Fohool I Is certainly oxer.tfcig n powerful In I ilaeuoo uu tbo llvoaof many peoplev 9 A now featuro tbla yonr iu tbo ex fl orolaoa waa the baaoHlaurento sermon fl delivered Sunday night In tho tubor fl naolo' by Dr. Jo'aeaph P. Morrill, dean of thoErtigneorlng aobool of tbo stuto fl university. Dr. Morrill gave aBplond fl fi ld address, aud wna llatonod to with rapt attoutlon by a largo uudlonco. fl Ho oruphnslzod n fow faota which be I aonalderod esaoutlal to proper ...

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. — 28 May 1909

I 'THE OLD RELIABLE!!' j I I RELIABLE GOODS. j I I jSTXITSI SXJITSI Hi 1 I I -sbb- Come and see our Up-to-Date line of X CLOTHING. Jl I I IS DRY GOODS: Our line is the largest Jji I - I 1 III 1 n town. Ill 1 ,1 ' -" I I llf GROCERIES: Yes Plenty and the best WW - I I JBH raoneycanbuy. Jgff ;J I ! FRUIT JARS HAVE JUST ARRIVED. I ;? p 9 m ($ i I I TUN Per cent off for CasH, and Free Delivery, j " If G J. ARTHUR, Superintendent, t :' H fr imi .. . J H & Iron County Record Hj 4 puiuimio ivtur m t V H $ CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H , H ALEX. H. ROLLO $ B to H I CSTADUSHEO DECEMuM, I003. 1 9 DNTCRKO AT TMtt CCDAK OITY POST- M 2, OfPlOB AS 8S00ND OLABS MATTCR. M $ $ H 2; ' cuoocmPTioN $1.00 per ye.au jr Hj TO ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. vj' H Friday, iny 28, yoo. H TALK AHO HI YOUR UAUS. H Tun lntor-Mouutaln llopubllonn of H Saturday tho 'J'Jiul, on mom out lit rot), H black, blue, violet Hud several othor color, but uuno of whlto, mid seoroa H tho tfoulhorn Utah "dry towns" far H selling Jaumlou lllugo...

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. — 28 May 1909

I .111 MB 1 V I ,i'"'' :-. I BH Pi IV I i p hA -il -v -i fIH m mam I i y Kj Vv vuUfe'Ms H IJj3 L ill m I ITI I H M trolly objected, with a bold dlsrcgii fc ! wUU'i I L 5 IHI H I o ! doubte negatives. "I sot to go " " " )l00 j g B Eg $ move. If jou ain't Rln to hell) ' h gg HH 88 11 iyou uccdn't butt In." V SR tLH ' i g "I nm nfrnlil 1 can't help you to .; j0 Cg B ; 1 m i Li, Q , J W ?-..- wi,i,h other than tbeshr I j y-y Ypgg & H ' 88 1 i"R of rollj"s diameter. J. JL -I f lg , 3 E -' ' Ba- .r-w J '-What are you tryln' to do to n - imm imi Jjmm hw H6 mMmwM 5 Ol'IV Dlntlllllfr IQqII mo I nnvhowr fcbe nsfced as she shot g H B3 VUl 'UlUtUlllg' IS all Hlcifl Snncoof suspicion from the pastor ,, q J n-nciit4 il. 1 ' V "" j ' "; 3 HLH 1 vIpq onri af J & 'wiL nm i ?P sjtr i k ana consists of the latest4 - m H 1 ' 0 trJiNTSl ,Uo ,w, n- - -s ALL NE w : , I H I Suspenders, Hose, Hats, Shirts J iffllp Bf .. ., . . H 1. women. Men'J STr" Shoes for th m'' 1 m " I Bet none the host rf me. ...

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. — 28 May 1909

M - - U .- - : ' . .? B CfcWif ii t WSifflW. yMGnt fMNm? J s rfyjmtfc. jjtt kj HB IWBWKIWiit' " '"";; "vinv&fsul'?' fH gPlHMr hhhb I flHWVJVJ'VflflflHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHl'Nus flKBrVflK Psp hhhhhh LOOKING ACROSS GEYSER BASIN AT HORTICULTURAL HALL. fl No falror ncono can bo offered nny place than tho outlook from tho font flfl of tho Alnftkn Monumont on tho groundn of tho Alaska-Yukon-Pnciflc Ex M poHltlon. Standing directly In front of tho great building of tho United" flfl States aovorntnont, tho enormous golden caglo on IiIh towering fcorch of northern gold koops watch- and guard over tho moat perfect exposition H city that has over boon reared j Under hid' cyo aro gathored tho rarest collection of man'a oxamplca of skill and art over UBBombled, and tlieao H And Hholtor In a magnlflcont group of ponnanont and tompornry bulldlnes j whoao architectural dolgh ajid clover construction exemplify tho vorv hlghoBl'dt inah'a Invontlvp ability, y M At night whon tho long twilight of tho nort...

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. — 28 May 1909

f- PB Bf PAtlGAR.DT F(AYO : V COPWUGHT. 158. BY DODD. MEAD AND COMfAH? (uontinueu irom last wcoic.j v cd, unwilling to ro, but unnDlo to And .. . further pretext for Rtnylnp. ; ' "Good nlRht. Toby." Douglns ex tended his linnd toward the bent figure '" - thnt wns about to shuffle past him. Tho withered hand of the white faced clown rested In tho strong grasp of tho T pastor, and his pale llttlo cyea sought the fnce of tho Btalwart man beforo , him. A numb desolation was growing in his heart. Xhe object for which ho had gone on dny by dny wa8 being left behind, and he must Btumblo forth into the night alone. "It's hard to leave her," he mum bled, "but tho show has got to go on." Tho door shut cut the bent, old fig ure. Douglas slood for some tlmo where Toby had loft lrtm. still think ing of his prophetic words. Ills rev erie was broken by tho sounds of tho departing wngons, tho low muttered ' curses of tho drivers, the Bhrloklng and roaring of tho animals, ns tho clr- cus train moved...

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. — 28 May 1909

BHHHB B 9 HH - - f -j i jH H '" ' i fc---- - . -- . ..- - " i it r i. -fc it -" -- ' "- I ,! NOT UP WITH THE TIMES, ' ' i:. I ..r . BUT A LITTLE IN THE LEAD. , I fcw- THERE IS NO USE TALKING, iAkBHM Bpf Jf 4 fa $ flfew H H fc kH MOUS MWfc B B ik fl H n83nsx-irgaih gfiMjPB If fB H v H r F Hv H Hm f GROCERIES. Our line is complete with the best goods at the lowest prices in the city. i DRY GOODS. Gents' Furnishings, L. D. S. Garments, Shoes, Oxfords, at the lowest J prices consistent with our plan of doing business. We handle nothing but the bestf i H , "" buying first grade at all times. , J H STRAWBERRIES. We have bought the entire crop of the largest growers in the south- 1 H f" and will have them in stock fresh every week during the season. f H PURCHASE CHECKS ISSUED ON ALL CASH PURCHASES. PHONE IN YOUR ORDERS. IF YOU HAVN'T A PHONE a M WE WILL CALL ON YOU. FREE DELIVERY AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY. ; & H ' , yowra in the Interest of Mutual Benefit. 1 I -1 . CEDAR EQUITABLE CO-OP. ...

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 1909

jl i " "" mn EI ! TCAf ! I Iron County Record. I jHS .. .. ... '.. . Vol 16. Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday June4, 1909, No. .'id H wwWMMlwaw""'"''''""""MI --nm hi r-mmmmmmm- jH I Local Items. m , Charles Bryant is la town again af S' ter being absent all winter. S Dr. Roblaon reports four oaBos of measles in a light form in town. S Mies Janet Rollo acootnpanlod her 9 father to the metropolis to visit with 9 relatives and see the city for the first I' time. H Mrs. Moore cume over from Henry- B vlllo, Kane County, to bo In attond- anoe at the weddiug of her daughter 1 lda fl Miss Mary Haight will loavo short fl ly for Salt Lake Oitv whoro she will fl attend sammnr school at tho Unlvcr- Jlty. Ernest Fife and Miss Ida Moore i fl were married Wednesday night at the B home of tho groom. Blahop Lobi W. H Jones ofOolated. The strawberries are certainly do- jialous that oonio up from Dlxto every j week und poeplo ire taking advantago H at the opportunity of having them in U their seas...

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 1909

' ""i""1 n So do we; tKat is why -we are spending money i for Modern Improvements. I Cedar's JJ'ixtxuro Xopartnaieiit Store. 1 Farm Machinery DRY GOODS. Clothing For Men and Boys. 1 Wo arc agents for the largest mum- A Full lbet f Dry .Gd End Ml wool suits for men at $17.50 I facturcrs of machinery in the United States, iNotlons at lowest prices, oome- All wool suits for boys at $10.50 A jg Always keep a largo stock. It would pay thing new every few days. perfect fit guaranteed. gg ". I you to investigate. SHOES HATS. H ' " HARD WARE AMD SPORTING GOODS Can flt f fc nQ ttor how , The famous John B. Stetson and Doc- or small. . skin Linen $2.00 to $5.00. StoveB and Kangos Washing machines rnya ,rtl,ir Ounno c-om tt:i, t-nno - - . r t- ?S ,, c , llM . . iiri...r. Men 8 work shoes 2.00. High tops at Gents Furnishings. m & Cream Scperators LIcctric. Motors ( $4.50 up. Full Patents at $3.80. iCang. 1t , , . , , I Guns, Ammunition Base Ball supplies Calf at $4.00. Oxfords at $3.25 up. ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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