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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 October 1903

WORN OUT, DRAGGED OUT, a mi ir t '! Mrs. Tressie Nelson, 422 Broad St, ! Are Most Women in Summer. ; I Nashville, Tonn., writes: ;! Pe-ru-nn Is a Tonic of ',' "As Peruna has done me a world ,., , .' of good, 1 feel In duty bound to tell ' blficicncy. , of It, In hopes that It may meet the ' , ', eye of sonic woman who has stif- !' c fcred as I have. j Sv "For five years I really did not cZd ibTlb !' know 'ftfl a perfectly well day ZZSr-J7 jftttl 1 IfirK. V """"""N. c uas' nntJ ,ft dld not "a ve nodaclie, I tttwJmnm H IlliulHrVW ' ' '""' Dackac,1 or s pain sonic- If HtS. jjlJlgSH4 "sTfJK. J y ' ' wjcre and really life was not worth (( jdO rkkIIM. mi' the effort I made to keep going. I V fc jSinfK r ' "A od trien(i advised me to use ' ' I " VeSiilftrSllKff IA.V, '! Pcruna a"d l was Rlod to try any- t l Af,QkiSWmftKSmfa li j thing, and I am very pjcased to say' MmaBStaVSWi ' I ,hat slx bntt,es made a new woman ! LmtMSStr r iIS&MhA J ', of me and I have no more pains and mWSnW!S ffS...

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. — 10 October 1903

m Iron County Record J H a ? H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H . .PUBLISHER.... X H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 X M ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- T H . i orFICE A8 SECOND CLASS MATTER A B . v H OTHERWISE STRICTLY MRST CLASS J. H ..i SUBSCRIPTION $I.6C?PER YEAR T H ' ALWAYS IN ADVANCE 'T H SATURDAY, OCT. to, 1903. H FUNERAL. SERHONS. B The remarks of Elder J. G. Web- j ster at the meeting last Sunday night on the subject of funeral ser- B moiis were exceedingly appropriate h and timely. It has become the fl practice to laud the dear dc- 1 parted with praises so fulsome that instead of it being a credit to him or even a consolation to his re- B lations, it is rather a sarcastic com- 1 ment on his sins and short comings, and it is a healthy sign sectothiscus- torn, time honored though it maybe, 1 condemned by men of i.iflucncc. It H is all right to heed the advice to H "Speak of all the best we can," but H when it comes to such untruthful en- H coniums as are often uttered by spea- H kers on t...

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. — 10 October 1903

t ; I CORRESPONDENCE. PAROWAR Oct. 8, 1003. The lioalth of tho people in general is good. Tho Hall company aro making im orovoments on their opera house. Tho carpenters aro busy on tho now school building getting ready for school to commenco next Monday morning. There aro qulto a number of our young people away attending school, nnd moro will follow In the near future. Politicians are commencing to talk primary for the coming city election. Hurrah for the torch lights and' the Star Spangled Ilannor! Our worthy bishop, Morgan Rich ards, Is attend log conference In Salt Lake City, and tho district school teachers have gono there for tho pur pose of attending the Teachers' Con vention. Since tho closing of tho Iron County Fair everything llfiack to Its normal condition. Farmers aro busy In the Hold, and canyon-Tncn in the Canyon. A. number of our young men urc out at tho mines hauling ore, etc. Wo havo had two inches of rain Jail during tho past week which has been very beneficial to t...

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. — 10 October 1903

m - i - -ii -i ' ' I ; ! I ROMANS BUILT WELL j1 Wk fi'l ld Alpino City Provos This $ H I I (SF,EOIAL- CORRESPONDENCE) I HK The great Roman ropubllc found H tlio Alps n serious obstaclo to Its north- H ward expansion. Nature and the na 1 tlves aliko fought against them, and M tho struggle for the mastory of tho 1 fcrtllo valley at the foot of tho two M passes now called tho Great and Lit- M tie St Dcrnnrd was as troublcsomo as M an Afghan' war. Roth had groat strat- H eglc importance, the ono boing tho H only direct route Into the valley of tho H Rhone, tho othor giving easy access to H that of tho Iscro. Tho lower part of H tho valley Is for a time a deop gorgo, H down which rushes tho torrent of tho H Dora Bnltea, and tho deep slopes abovo H It must havo boon troublosomo to tho B Roman roadmaker. Tho natives tho Tr Salassl woro among tho most pugna- B clous of tho Alpino tribes, and so far B from submitting, llko thoso at tho foot HpL of tho Mount Cenls, they lost no f chance of ma...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 October 1903

zWSs 1 For the Individual 1796 5 1872 3 1952 18! the 'J fcl A R C A 0 E 3 j bl H D E X R ' WHERE OTHERS GIVE UP IS W. JUST WHERE WE GET OUR H - SECOND BREATH. J m " ' - -..- . M I THIS ACCURACY REVIEW I DEPARTMENT mi it for co-operation in Information to reduce H mutually expensive mistakes. It It for tnechan- W teal, cbmmercial and professional people; the Ht employer, employe and customer; and consists j -0 extract taken by permission from the icopy- BJ righted let tert, thelectures, tTbte books and libraries HI Dr. Earl It. Pratt. When you secure on any subject an idea personally useful to you, and M you wish to glee it to him, address him in care M of The John Crerar Library, Marshall Field Building, Chicago. He is hunting the whole world -ever for information of every day use to you, m and he regrets his inability, personally to reply B to contributors. So far as possible he wish to K -have in this space the very ideas you would like M to find here. You are at liberty to tend h...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 October 1903

M . .; r- &&5 I A full asssortment, lines Hr I and sizes of Boys' and - .. v .1 H'f 1 Men's I J C L OTHlN G I Ladies' Furs, Jackets, Mantles; Capes, in great Variety and -charming. Woolen blankets white -? I '"tanned, moftled. Cotton Blankets ,from 60c to : 1 . ' I $1.90, extra good. -Underwear, Latter Day I """" 1 Saints' knitted garments, pants, and vests, also 1 1 Union Suits. Our Hams and Bacon are choice; 1 - 1 - cheaper than you can buy in Salt Lake City. I Cream of wheat for breakfast. The finest as 1 J sortment of pickles in the city. Handsome Lino- 1 ' ' ' leum. A Large assortment of heating Stoves, " ' 1 '-' I from $4.50 up to $14.00. Also a number of ex- I - - I -cellent ranges and cheap cook stoves. Prices I sf' I low. Stove Beards very handsome. All sizes of f 1 stove piping and elbows. We are paying for I . " ! good clean wheat, $1.50 per hundred; Barley I I 1 $1.10; Oats, $1.40. Drummers say we sell too I I I cheap. We are for-the people. - " I I I I Old pliab...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

IS. D.tlloy M II 'fl'i ,. 4 H I Iron County Record. I B Vol. JO. Cedar GtyTlron County; Utah, Saturday Oct. 24, 1 903. " No. 42 H I ORCHARDS AND I NURSERIES. K. How to Disinfect. Winter Spray of R Lime Sulpliur and Salt. Hi I STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE B To County Boards of Horticulture, WL Fruit Orowers, Nurserymen H ' and Importers. B The State Hoard of Horticulture do ll sires lo call the Httentlon of nil inter csted in the fruit liiduslrv of the statu to the necessity of precaution against UicliiiporUtion into the Btate or spread of Insect pests nnd diseases injurious to the fruit interests of Utah. The rulls and regulations of the p, L t:- hoard, formulated under the new hor- cVt ,wJJanltiiral law, required nurserymen to disinfect all their nursery stock by the use of hyilrocyunlc gus, before the re moval of the same from their premises for sale, Rift distribution or transpor- tation. To control diseases nnd insects pests it is important that this rule be strictly observed. Th...

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. — 24 October 1903

ll H I. THE OLD, SGH;EME.i I H Write undo Joseph, dearie,, H ' And suy tho city's hot; H Wg That wo'ro of pavemonts weary, VfiW BLIH SCA And want a cooler spot. WXW KM 4mm Say wo think tho farm exquisite K 11 . And got up somo pretext . H i.k T f To Inako t,lcm n11 a visit f f H I I know thoy won't be vexed. I . And, Maude, Indite a letter H y i Unto tho Dally Star N H ff Perclmnco the Bugle's better C H jj And say tho Joneses aro I H I About to cross the water M ) i To Paris thoy'U repair. mmW ' "Whcro their pretty, wlnslmo duughter H Will bo fairest Mia fair. H -Brooklyn Eagle. THE LITTLE FELLER fl, I uy iii:li:n fahh hunt Kit. I I I Copyrighted, 1903, by Tht Authors Publishing Company I B It, avor tho "light that never was on H land or sen" glorified a human face H It glorified tho ono that lay boforo V hor on tho pillow. Great dark eyes of Bf I that raro color so seldom neon, violet, 1" v doopost vlolot, wonderful oyes like B two doop wells; ono could look and B I look and yot n...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

1 FAMOUS IRISH CITY 5 Correspondent Wrltos of Cork rTg y If ' 1 flfc I fiS H l ! iiiinmi i i mm , Lj VgJ D h (SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE) flB Approaching Ireland from tho south ono Is guided Into tho harbor of Queenetown, bo named In honor of Queon Victoria's visit In 1848, provl- ously called Tho Covo. Tho ship rounds Rocho's point. This Is tho I point nt which tho steamship Chicago of tho Inman lino was wrecked In 1802. Tho promontory which attracts nt ontranco to tho harbor Is known as J Klnsall Head. It was upon this capo that tho ronownod Irish cenoral Hurch O'Neill met his defeat by England un der tho governor general Carow, in tho seventeenth century; and follow ing tho successes of a hundred battles. Let It bo recalled that this defeat heroin recounted followed as - result of Spanish treachery. Tho nlllnnco provlously entered into by O'Neill and O'Donnell with Spain was betrayed by ! Spanish ofllclals, and tho English forces wcro upon O'Neill beforo ho could summon his forces to...

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. — 24 October 1903

H H : Iron County Record H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H T ...PUBLISHER... T H ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1093 X 44444444 H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- 2 H ifc" OFFICE A3 SECOND CLASS MATTER X H JJP f H J V " OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS X fl , ' r 44444444444 4444444444444444444444444$ H SUBSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR T H ALWAYS ADVANCE 4 1 ''' .' SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 1903. H , ! ! III I II II II I I H - Some complaint is being made; H and fault found with the city cotin- H cil on account of their intention to H assess a frontage tax for the laying H of the watcrmains, notice of which H appears in the pages of The Record. H The course the council is taking in H this matter is the only legal one, H" s - and is in the interest of all con- H cerncu;''Wvi hinds available for H the water works a'fc not sufficient to H ' admit of pipes being laid. along all H the streets of our city at present, V otherwise the tax would include all Vf- I tnc Montage in town. It is nroba- 1 H' blc that the owners of...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

'f ! I CORRESPONDENCE. J parowan! F ' Oct. 22, 1003. K Win. Evans was brought homo from Bait Laho City, where he lion been on Kf, business, very 111 with typhoid foyer, I 4 but under the care of Dr. McGregor lie lis is Improving rapidly. &' There wore thrco arrests made this Wt week for disturbing public worship K. last Sunday evening and ench dcposlt- m - ed 85 In the city treasury. Also one VL asc of battery which deposited another I five, and Mill tho grind goes ou. Father Micldeson wlio has been all s lngfcrsomo time past departed this life at one o'clock today. He passed nwny very qultely. Tho deceased was 81 years old. He was one of our oldest m settlers and a very honest Latter-day Saint. Ills aged wife, thrco sons and ' two daughters are left to mourn his de mise. Sunday school conference convened ;. last Sunday and had some very excel- rlent remarks and good advice from the snperlntendcncy and others. In the , evening meeting Jos. Fife spoko on JT "What the home could d...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

H i " 4 - 1 1 H I -HC- "SHOOED" THE BEARSr H ' A Fence Rail Mr. Halllday's Only H j Weapon of Defense. H Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Hallldny and 1 A tholr daughter, Miss Edith, and Mr. H and Mrs. C. F. Fink, also of Now H I York, had an exciting moonlight en H counter with a full-grown bear and H , two cubs at Beach's Comers, town H 1 1 of Jowctt, on tho mountain top, says M J 1 a Catskill, N. Y., dispatch. Tho party H had been mnklng a carriago drlvo H v through tho mountains for a week or H more. On tho way to Huntor, they H 'stopped at a farmhouse nt Beach's H Corners because of a breakdown. H Starting for a moonlight stroll after Q supper, they Boon found themselves a J mllo from tho farmhouse, when Mrs. Fink, who was slightly in advance, fl If nearly stepped on n bear and two cubs H lying in tho middle of tho road, Par- alyzcd by fear, she was unablo to . utter a sound. Just as tho niothor H boar aroso and gazed about, tho rost H of tho party appeared around a bend H In tho road. H Mr...

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. — 24 October 1903

t !t '- ' ' '' " I IN THE MAGIC EAsfT'ft 5 Stroota of tho EfyptUn Cnpltnl Q I If - i f I I (SPECIAL- CORRESPO M DENCEI H Q 8 Nothing in Cairo Is so eloquent of change as tho streets. Fifteen years ago one could see In tho Mooskl Bazaar tho true Eastorn city, with Its 1 narrow crowded lanes, its aocumula- , tlons of filth and rubbish, Us brilliant splashes of color, nnd Its strange, tin f mistakablo smell. So tho old rosi er dent will toll you, but now In tho A Mooakl and tho lnnes loading off It, I as well as In the warrens behind tho I Khodlval library, you will see puffs I of patont medicines, sun helmets, and Greek shops with polyglot lnscrlp- tlons and glass fronts. Even now thcro Is much that Is Oriental survlv- ' 7 ing in thoso quartors, whllo a few hundred yards away you aro In wldo I ' and airy thoroughfares swarming i with tho same mixed population that 1 clogs the Mooskl, but In all elso dif- r ' forlng little from many Mediterranean cities. Thero Is n difference, to my mi...

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. — 24 October 1903

ppppj .-:, iiiB jl - - .. f - I.. ' ' ' , .' , '" -1 H P Jt ' JCTSt" RECBIVEdTJ I I n 1 "S"-. . A full asssortment, lines II "- ' I. 1 and sizes of Boys' and ,, I' 1 m 1 I "" y lj U 1 JlT Jl 1 vJC . - I -I H . i 1 '" Ladies' Fiirs, Jackets, Mantles, Capes, in great , 1 II H " ' 1 I variety and charming. Woolen blankets-white . I II B .7 1 I tanned, mottled. Cotton Blankets from 60c to E . 1 l ' S fl $1.90, extra good. Underwear, Latter Day I ;f ' 1 I Saints' knitted garments, pants and vests, also 1 .Vt I "I Union Suits. Our Hams and Bacon are choice; I J W 1 S cheaper than ou can buy in Salt Lake City. I P 1 I Cream of wheat for breakfast. The finest as- 1 r-" V I I sortmentof pickles in the city. Handsome Lino- ' I -I leum. A Large assortment of heating Stoves, M I I from $4.50 up to $14.00. Also a number of .ex- I I 1 cellentranges and cheap cook stoves. Prices I ; B I . 9 low. Stove Beards very handsomer All sizes ot I.J m 1 g stove piping and elbows. We are paying for I B 1 M I...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

1 1 vhtowcU mollierimuIioffeu'erWSP in order that lie might attend school I nnd get a good education. She "' visited him at the school, and when he was asked utter she had gone, who sho was, ho told the questioner that she ! was his washerwoman. In sharp con- 7 y trast to this boy's behavior was the con- j duct of another boy who was also the 1 son of a widow who was poor. This " boy hnd by dilligence become one of , the leading students in tho school, and 1 at tho closing exereises was chosen lo I deliver the valedictory address. His ' mother was present, dressed in poor 1 j clothes, and looking faded and worn But this boy was not ashamed of his , mother and did not hesitate to own his : relationship and kiss her before all his school mates. ELDER .T. G. KIMBALL makes no claims to being a Sunday iru School teacher. It requires an extra '1 amount of skill and ability to reach 'I children; but few people ho has met I possess the art. 1 There aro not many successful moth- ,m ors in ou...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

m "To be a King Is not In my commission." H slon," bo nald to Doctor Verity. "It H tsquaros not with my call or m con H flclonco. I will not fadgo with tho H question again; no, not for an hour." m Thoso threo yoars woro full of glory H and romance, and tho poorest family M In England lived through an epic of H such national grandeur as fow gon- fl orations havo witnessed. Yet, amid m it all, tho simple domestic lives of H mon and women went calmly on, and Hj birth, marriage, and death made rich H or barren their homes. Jane Swaffham M had long been nblo to think of Cluny M not as lying In a bloody gravo, but as B one of tho Sons of Qod among tho M Hosts of Hcavon. And tills consola- B tion accepted, sho had begun to study H Latin and mathematics with Doctor 1 Vority und ta givo her lovo and her 1 servlco to all. H Matilda's llfo during this Intorval M had beon cramped and saddened by H tho inheritance from her provious H yoars. Really loving Cyralln, sho K could not dlsentanglo tho...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

HrtiCw S& Rjl Ba tlca nnd mcnstruunJiffll'MPHHSIBiV kI J ftfltisy " " Much suffering1 could bo spared If wo BHDBb t mF alBl only paid more attention to proper living1 end Bb. "gw Bfl diet, but us lonrr as women do not do this, fiBS&s " Wk .jH! ?'our "Vegetable Compound has como to BHVVKJH ",0 ront as a truo r'un(l 'n need. I havo MKK Z3i'-i'&SKHm eon vcry pleased indeed with the relief it r""" "fajf fl has brought mo. I And that I havo perfect ' jfj QBB health now, and that my mind is also moro Ji ! clear and active slnco I used yourVcgC- t n' f I table Compound. It has been of great Jj ( , I beneilt to me, and I gladly recommend it. f fl , Y 1 Very sincerely yours, Miss Irekb Cbosbt, ' V I D I 313 East Charlton SU, East Savannah, Ga." Remcnibor that every woman is cordially Invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham if thcro Is anything about her caso or symptoms She docs not understand. Mrs. Plnkhum's address is Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free, and is cheerfully given to any aili...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

M in the past, and to assure you that PAGE & K PAGE intends to follow-the same plan as has V always been the motto of PAGE & BRACK- H EN, that of fair dealing. VJU With the above in mind we desire to H call your attention to the fact that we have H the best line of Mens' Clothing, Hats, H Shoes, Furnishings, etc., in this city, and the H"' best of all, at strictly right prices. H Yours Truly, H PAGE & PAGE. I Good Teams and Rigs f H U o Will bo found on the o -JJ H Lund and TV T 1 T i ' Cedar City Mail KOtlte. I H PASSENGER TARIFFS H One way, - 2.50. Round trip, - $4.00. :? H Dinner can be had en route. j p ' i CURTIS house, I 1 MISS JOSIE CURTIS Prop. .1 H A home like place for trav- H S elers. Good Sample Room, $ k Hath Room and Stabling:, fc H g.. &' KATES REASONABLE & H K istWestSt. Parowan, Utali. '$ More Riots. Disturbances of strikers uro not near ly as grave us an Individual disorder of the, system. Overwork, loss of sleep norvous tonslon will bp followed...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

for the" Parowan stake, Brother Frank Westbrook "maintaining n position In the Piano orchestra, und tho two wore naturally prominent socially. Sister Phebo died Mar6h 17th of pneumonia After nn illness of six days, leaving four-little girls motherless. As a token 1 of the acceptance of her labors and llib high regurd in which she was held the ofllcera of the R. R. requested tho priv ilege of robing Sister Wcstbrook for her final rest. This act of sisterly lovo ! will uovor bu forgotten by tho aged r " mother, brothers and sisters of tho cle- " Ijnrtud while '.'life and thought and bo- ) ing last." When dying Sister Phobe ; asked "thut her body bo taken homo to j mother." The intervening days b3- J tweun tho receipt of tho sad news and tho arrival of tho corpso was an agonlz. Ing period for that enfeebled parent of mora tlmn threo scoro and ten, but when her oyes beheld her darling so beautifully dressed in her silken robes of4purest while, so tastily and tenderly (adjusted by those ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

K. jr"- tym decJer.' will not supply you write for M ' ' frpe catoiojjuc of black or yellow water- M s proof oiled coats, slickers, suits, hats, and M ' ' rorse tfoods for all kinds of wet work. M ' A. J. TOWER CO.' THE .tfSWERy H . IOJTON.HAU.U.S.A. .SIGN w JTJT TOWER CANADIAN CO, UP J1 H TOOMTO. CAW. I"mn tfBCtfc I W. L. DOUGLAS '3.1? & '3 SHOES BS H W. Tj. Douulas - "w H Htiooslinvnlty tliolr f pv H excellent stylo. ka H' oasy-flttliig, and ? jjM H liiiporlor wenrliig b3 Ej H qualities uoliliivucl MjBif''fv JK tho largest sale of i3d Xsj-' TS 1 any shoos lu tho V w) H Thoy mo just as good AjMbert! A H as thoao that co-it you UjHE9tW,i -jf B 4 to Wtbo only ff,Sl H . dlfrorouoolstueprlco. MjiW f H Look f(3t hamo nil J HHmIj JSmki H prlco on bottom. WwfojSiLdmiE&M H Douglas lutein Corona B8iIBW7wsss H O01UUIII, wlilcliliovorywlioro ronreilt-ri to H botho tlnnat l'ntrnt I.-iitlior yet produced. H Fait Color Cyeltts uted. Kliomhjrmall.'JCr.exlra. m Write for CUlof . W.Ii.Dougl...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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