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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 4 June 1909

HraEaH . MMW 1 . M WWW WW J --.- --- -" hi r mffflrl - - --- il I" - -- -" 5 - . BY MARGARET MAYO S itiS&wlk ' COPYRIGHT. IMS. Br.DODD. MEAD AND COMPANY yf2s A Mri I alio Bftspcd ns the possibility of licr actually having a room nil of her own took hold of her mind. "Much obliged." she snld. with it nod, feeling that something wns expected of her. Sho knew no other phrnse of grntltudo thnn the one "Muvvcr Jim" mid Toby had taught her to say to the manager when hIio received from him the tlrst stick of red and while striped candy. "You're very welcome," Douglnn an swered, with n ring of genuine feeling In his voice. "Awful quiet, ain't It?" she ventured after a pause. "Guess that's what woko mo up." Doughm laughed gocd naturedly nt the thought of quiet ns n disturber and added that he feared It might at first be rather dull for her, but that Jim and Toby would send her news of the circus nnd that Bho could write to them ns soon as Bho was better. "I'll have to bo a heap better 'a...

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. — 4 June 1909

aaMp""1' 7 ;9MBI hhf 9BBi .'' H aa bbbI I ! NOT UP WITH THE TIMES, I I I 1 BUT A LITTLE IN THE LEAD. I I I ' THERE IS NO USE TALKING, I bbbbbbbI ... t ' LLLm YOU Can't I L ibbbbb H . .- tw i aa ar 9LmmI f b i 4 ! H ' GROCERIES Our line is complete with the best goods at the lowest pHces in the city.. i I H DRY GOODS. Gents' Furnishings, L. D. S. Garments, Shoes, Oxfords, at the lowest T H H prices consistent with our plan of doing business. We handle nothing but the best, i I H buying first grade at all times. II I ; ? STRAWBERRIES. We have bought the entire crop of the largest growers in the south l H "! and will have them in stock fresh every week during the season. J m f PURCHASE CHECKS ISSUED ON ALL CASH PURCHASES. PHONE IN YOUR ORDERS. IF YOU HA VN'T A PHONE I f WE WILL CALL ON YOU. FREE DELIVERY AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY. f I I I . Yours in the Interest of Mutual Benefit. I I 1 I ?, CEDAR EQUITABLE (MP. ASSOCIATION. I I H -? TPJcxi Store -tlcxsti: Kelons to tlxo People. i ! I ED ...

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. — 11 June 1909

Iron County Record. I Vol. 16. Cedar Oty, Iron Countyt Utah, Frfday Jun7, U J909. , No. 2? . . H I AMUSEMENT COM- I MITTEE CHOSEN. H Will Supervise all Celebrations This H Summer. B Think wc have as Quod Tnlcnt Hero B as AnywhereInteresting Pr'o- H gram for Sunday Evening. H M Wo have beard it whlscered tbut tbo H oommltteo appoiutod to work up eomo H amusementta for this eutumur ia nl- H ready at woik. Thp niumbera Bra H peoplo who believe tbat Oodur need H not die just btcauso tbo eobools bavo M olosed. Wo have taleut boro equal to H tbat found auywhero and wo moan lo H utllizo It in glvlug miscellaneous pro- H grams, literary ovonlngB, etroet meot- H lugs, day excursions, purtiea uud H dances. Wo would also ouuoursgo B anything in tbo lino of oporottna for m all this is benellolal in developing H homo talout na veil aa furnishing H eomo nmntemeut otber tbau street H walking and flower stealing for our H youug pooplo. We earnestly invito H tbe parents to bo proBeiit on ull of H tb...

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. — 11 June 1909

I I 1 So do wej tKat is why we are spending money i I I for Modern Improvements. I I I Cedar's JEnntuLre Department Store. I I 1 Farm Machinery DRY G00DS- Clothing For Men and Boys. 1 I Wo arc agents for the largest manu- A Full line of Dry Goods and AXmo suits for men at $17.50 j faoturors of machinery in the United States, Notions at lowest prices. Some- , All wool suits for boys at $10.50 A j . !g Always keep a large stock. It would pay .thing new every few days. perfect fit guaranteed. M H H you to investigate. SHOES HATS. ., I HABD WARE AND SPORTING GOODS Can fit foofc no mattep how , The famous John B. Stetson and 'Doe- H gS ,or small sin Linen $2.00 to $5.00. ffl Stoves and Ranges Washing machines Men's work shoes $2.00. High tops at . Gents' Furnishing. . i i OreamSeporators Meotrio Motors $4.50 up. Full Patents at $3.80. lCang. Ar,r . ..,, , , I. H 5g Guns, Ammunition Base Ball Bupplies Calf at 84.00. Oxfords at $3.25 up. Men's fancy dress shirts fron 75c. and-up. H Sj Fish...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 June 1909

LtssflsLLP A I r ssssssssMssssssssssBMsMMsHMsBsMsWMBsttMsMslMMsWBs iHmnnHn vcC So do we; tKat is why we are spending money for Modern Improvements. 1 CedLajf's JFixtiire Xopartm.eiiLt Store- j Farm Machinery DRY G00DS- Clothing For Men and Boys. Wo arc agents for the largest manu- A Full line of Dry Goods and Allwool suits for men at $17.50 ' facturers of machinery in the United States, Notions at lowest prices. Some- , All wool suits for boys at 10.50 A . Always keep a large stock, It would pay .thing new every few days. perfect fit guaranteed. jg Sj you to investigate. SHOES HATS. HARD WARE AND SPORTING GOODS Can fit foofc n0 matter how , The famous John B. Stetson and Jie- H ti l0r 8inaii skin Linen $2.00 to $5.00. m Stoves and BangOB Washing machines Men's work shoes S2.00. High tons at ' Gents' Furnishings. . i . M 9vmm 4SoPmt'8 Electric Motors .$4.60 up. Full Patents at $3.80. Kang. , . . . . . , . i . H 1 Guns, Ammunition Base Ball supplies Calf at 84.00. Oxfords at $3.25 up....

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 June 1909

(BsPBMMBBwaBBBwaWiBWBBBBBBB -!bbbbb I . "I" " " ' !" in .m-r-i . Ln- . J, aLeH v ' ' 4$rr UlOi A laf ho i 1 W I r ' tilti ccnrri tc 1 In PFR CFNT 1 . I . ' I" '. ffi tyMWiyxo 'ji. firm I' I i W LA COPYRIGHT. 1308. BY DODD. MEAD AND COMPANT " ' , S IlLLII 8$' BBBBBbI , (Continued from last week.) "' 8 II f P 1 I CX H , 'rrTTng-sDnnrsnn-tmig ex- twenty-soven entries, 'It makf n honn 3 II 1 1 " ' Mmma g ' bbbbbbb1 "Slip siv-' - - '.- J. nno..u.w.m.u - - ...mi.i..i,.iiMi...,i.'.i wi 'iTTjIiirtiJst'a w?BlBMBBlBJBBBBBBBBBBBBatBB SJm . bbbbbI mumble ' '7' Eg ' H ped th " H near th , S5 H "You Eg M S RECORD SUPPLEMENT esb- I .ainisclJ ""c&S H jar. " ' ' v cw bbbbbj cr Cedar City, Utah June, Uf 1909 ' i? actual); - Z -Z Z. -Z ,. """", -ZZ -HZ ' T7 1" . $38 , bbbbbbI :l l JUST ARRIVED Ami,. , vjg ing to 'f & covens! SBlMM The en ;"K S curved A Beautiful assortment of Tea f JStTuJ t SetS Lace Curtalns Curtain den bei 'If Polls, CouchCovers, Linoleum P old fns g Ranges & Kitchen Cab...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 June 1909

- .... -.., -. , , .. f - - i I., " - -. --. .. iLH , - . . . . ... .--u- -"-.-rt-rfrrj-rr-i r ...T , ., $ ' ' lwpJ laJQLLGf the I I i A Pw f BPSARPT PAYO 1 1 I j V C0PVK1GHT. 1908. BY DODD. MEAD AND COMPANY "" 8 (Continued from last week.) "She suah am a fanny itnlklh' "thTngP mumbled Mnndy to herself as she clip ped the withered loaves ifrom a .plnut near tho window. "You are dead sure ithoy know 1 ain't comln' on?" IUy asked, wlth a linger ; ins suspicion In lior voice. "Dead sure." And DouglaB Bmllcd te , himself as he lapsed Into her vernacu lar. There was a moment's pause. .Polly realized for the ilrat time that she must actually readjust .herself to a new or der of things. iHor eyes again roved about the room. It was a cheerful place in which So be Imprisoned. Even t Tolly could not deny that. The broad window at the 'back, with its white nnd pink chintz curtains on the inside and its frame of ivy on the outside, spoke or singing otras mnr auiimiie -an- uny Vrag. Everything f...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 June 1909

I I NOT UP WITH THE TIMES, i 1 I BUT A LITTLE IN THE LEAD I I THERE IS NO USE TALKING, I H -i VI Si I Itt T J I m -- -1 v U will I l i B I . GROCERIES. Our line is complete with the best goods at the lowest prices in the city I B . t'.f DRY GOODS. Gents' Furnishings, L, D. S Garments, Shoes, Oxfords, at the lowest . H I . prices consistent with our plan of doing business. We handle nothing but the best, . ' 4, I H 1 1 buying first grade at all times. . T- H j$ STRAWBERRIES. We have bought the entire crop of the largest growers in the south ' H 'Ik- an(J will have them in stock fresh every week during the season. f H "1Z PURCHASE CHECKS ISSUED ON ALL CASH PURCHASES. PHONE IN YOUR ORDERS. IF YOU HAVN'T A PHONE V fj H t.fi i UKinnoi n WE WILL CALL ON YOU. FREE DELIVERY AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY. .. s& H , f "1. Yoursinthe Interest of Mutual Benefit. I H CEDAR EQUITABLE COOP. ASSOCIATION. ;l H " I H ? money loaned ' flfTilQT Ph ETflD M IMTRV I 'H I ONREALESTATE LAO I bftLL f U ll IfllL...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 June 1909

I HI Get Ready for the Glorious Fourth, and Celebrate it Right. t ' HB I Iron County Record. 1 H .'' '' - "' ' " " """"""" """'"'"'-"' !'' III !'" ! ! !!!!.! HI ! . I. !! I I,.,..,...., m ... .. ,.,.. . I .. I IHH I Vol. 16. Cedar CHy, Iron County, Utah, Friday June, 18 1909. No. 28 HH H Has Resigned. M 10 TUB FRIENDS AND .PAT- RONS OP THE "OLD RELIABLE CO OP." H ,1 havo resigned my position naSeo- rotary, Treasurer Bad Superintendent K after '23 years strenuous hud faithful I service. My term expires August 1st, 1000. B I havo extonded durlug toy term of m" yonra accomodation uud area It tu ov H ery family nail many oiiua uud duugh- W tors iu Cedar City utid adjolulug Bt- M tlemonla. A gruut majority hnvo hon- ornbly paid up tboir uouountB but tboro nro n greut mauy who havo not I Bottled. Tu Mio honorable ouoa 1 ox. I tond my grateful thanks. Tn those I who uro owiug, kindly ootnu nod But I tlo before my time expires. I The Institution wus started 10 1 yearn ago lust March under t...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 June 1909

mm UU !" I . ' . K "" ill ii n-.i ... , , .. . . "I'M mm . .. . I I So do -we; that is why -we are spending money 1 I, I for Modern Improvements. 1 ! I Cedar's JETixtu.ro Department Store. 1 I I Farm Machinery DRY GOODS. Clothing For Men ancLBoys. 5 m J We mx, agents for the largest nmnu- A Full line of Dry Goods and All wool suits for men at S17.50 "i Eg facturcrH of machinery in the United States, iNOtlons at lowest prices, bome- All wool suits for boys at $10.50 A M 3 Always keep ii large stock, tt would pay thing new every few days, perfect fit guaranteed. J I you to investigate. SHOES HATS. I HARD WARE AND SP0RTIN3 GOODS 0an fit youp fcofc nQ maUer how , . The famous John B. Stetson and ,Doe- j q, , T- a; t i or small. skin Linen $2.00 to $5.00. & ga Stoves and Ranges Washing machines Ar , , , c,oriA TT. , , , 88 SS fi,.i..,r. tir.r,n,.n,vL TY1,w,f,.; M,.a Men s work shoes $2.00. High tops at Gents Furn shina's. H Sft Oream beporators Jtilectric Motors (.rnnr-, T?nii Pninnt...

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. — 18 June 1909

8B frafliSkXralilru fc lvLV W .? $v JW spA 1 : W c4H vJRCUS ! , ; ; j K jK BIT PiARSARET PAY0 ', j ' , J COPYRIGHT. 1568. BY DODD. MEAD AND COMPANY I (Continued from last week.) irpp1nuds Tier -as nrac'h A3 me. an' net stunts la Irnby tricks alongside of mine. It's enough to make you 8lclc of art." She Bbook her bead dolefully, then sat up tvHIi renewed Interest. 'You see. mine Is careful balancln v aitf nil that, -an' you got to know your liorsc an' your ground for that. Now, yon uct -wise to what I'm n-tcllln' you and don't you never go Into anything which depends on .anything else." "Thank you, Tolly, I won't" Doug- las somehow felt that he was very much. Indebted to her, , "I seen a -church show once," Polly ' -said suddenly. "You dldT' Douglas asked, with now interest. l, "Yes," she nnswecrd. closing her lips and venturing no further comment. -Did you llko it7' he qncstloncd nft- $ cr a pause. "Couldn't make nothln' out of It. I don't care much for roadlnV ' i "Oh, It Isn't all...

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. — 18 June 1909

1 H ''"'"''(SMSSMWSMWWWSSWMMSMSl III IIIIBMWWWMiM"i"W"wMWMWMMWIWMMiiMM,. CH H Local Items. Bv Mrr. Uriah Uoodfoilovr Is qiiitolll. H Alex U. Altttlicion nnd family tinvu H moved to their now homo oh Moln H strait. H Don't tiila kind of woollier tunku H you feel llkn you would enjoy n trip H on tlio inouiiluin? H Serornl fain II lea Imvo moved to the H nioiiiititln rmiulies to dulry tat the H Hurnrnor. Mont will uo next week, IH Crop In tlio IoIcIh nre looking H Hploudld Mini liidlCMtlotin urn ttiulthle H will bo ii Imrtnof yeiir for the fnriuors. H How about the extension to the V ,wHtur eyatoin? Does Mtiyuiiokuow juit H when work will bo stinted on It? H MhIio iirrniiKeiuoutN to be at liomu H on tho Fourth of July nnd got mtr. H otlo onottfli to unfurl a llntf or two L to tlio breoze. V Mm, Jlontrleo Sliorratt aoutluuea to H Improve after hor loon "' of HlnesB B Hiid hopes iiro huld out Unit soon alio H will be Hblo to leave hor room. H ( It tli la weather la h trlllo too warm H' '...

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. — 25 June 1909

jt .. , " ; v '"' ..--..- ., .-.. ..,,.., .. '.(... wniwwjwi Iilii I - - - -' ' ' ' -.-.' BBBBBBBBsbI If BBBTBBBBM f Get Ready for the Glorious Fourth, and Celebrate it Right , : t y ' BBra I Iron County Records Vo, J6 C5a70tv, Iron County, Utah, Friday June 25, 909. ; ' No. SjH-l WmW k INDEPENDENCE DAY PROGRAM. 4 Live Committees at Work and Good Time Assured. Celebration to be Held ! ' f, Monday, July 5th. "I .'Firing of CannonB at daybroak , il Robert Skerratt. it". Hoisting of tbe FlBg at eunrlBO Ljf - Marshal Bryant. Muelo by the band under tho direc tion of Prof. John Perry. Public meotlng at 1 o'olook, a. m. . Master of Ooromonloa Mayor .J. ' S. Woodbury. Autbenj, obolr, under dlrootlon of Prof. CToBBlett. Prayor, Chaplain Ohaa. llobvoruo. ' Antbom, Obolr. Orntloo, Mouzlea Maofarlano. i' lnatruuieutal duet, Vivian Decker, r. Stownrt Tborloy. f Roadlug, Pearl lllRbeo. Vocal solo, Kenneth Maofarlano. "Gedar'a Future," William R. mt'i Palmer. IJ Malo Qunttot. if Toaats. Heleotlon...

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. — 25 June 1909

I "CEDAR'S FHTXJRK I I DEFjPJTXCEISrT STORE. I H We believe in keeping abreast of the times and giving to our customers the best service and the best goods that mon- 1 H ey can buy Soon we will have our store in shape to handle all kinds of goods, keeping each kind in its I I ' department, thus making it more convenient for the people to get what they want. Every article will be 1 H in plain sight, and of the best quality. I now is the time to PREPARE FOR YOUR HARVEST. H iAnd in order to handle it properly you must have the proper machinery. We have it. Anything you want. Come H here and get your barn fixtures, derrick forks, etc., and prepare to make your harvesting of hay easier. I We haven't much to say to you this week, but soon our store will be H arranged properly and then we will announce some of the many fea- H tures it will contain. In the mean time call and examine our stock of goods. We will be pleased to see you whether you buy or not ' Our doodLs jflk:x& CSualMar GS...

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. — 25 June 1909

t . Ill II II mrnrn mmm mm mi Ml f)MMMwwWIMMMMWwwWM" BT MARGARET MAYO C jJfeMP CfYRICHT. 1933. BYJ30DD. MEAD AND COMPANY V5 A WfiPJ (Continued from last weak.) laugh. Excite his sympathy with soma Tillage underdog. CHAPTER VII. M" ANDY had secretly enjoyed the commotion caused by the lit tle circus rider being left In i I the 'parsonage, at first be . cause of her Inborn lovo of mischief , and later because Tolly had become second In her heart only to the pastor. 8he went about her work, crooning softly during the days of Polly's con J valesccnce. The deep, steady voice of the pastor reading aloud In the pretty I window overhead was company. She I would often climb tho stairs to tell I them some bit of village gossip and leave them laughing at a quaint com ment about some Inquisitive sister of the church who had happened to Incur her displeasure. As spring came on Douglas carried Polly down to the sunlit garden be J neath the window, and Mandy flut tered about arranging the cushions...

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. — 25 June 1909

I l cc Mime wllln if t'njhaj yo-wfiin," MnmU answered holplos B "Thcflo arc my tlon'tn," Folly confided B nn 11)10 pointed onllitmldHtlcnlly to worn B pngca of flnoly written notes. B "1'ouho what, rlillof' B "TI10 tlilnpt I mustn't do or Ray." B "An' yoiwo boon IohId yon 1 1 hentilj B (ilnct for iloin flugH?" Mnndy looked H IncrcriuldUH. U "I don't want Mr. John to feci H nnhnmed of mo," he an Id, with grow B Ing prldo. B "Wall, yo'd catch Mnndy n-nottln B tip for" H "Olf, oil! What did I loll you, Man H dy?" I'olly pointed rcpronchfttlly to H the reminder In the Httlo rod hook. II Bj wns a fortunate thing Mint Willie In- H tcrrnijtod tlio Iphhoii nt thin point, for H Mnndy'a toinpcr wnB becoming very H uncertain. Tlio children lnul grown H weary walling for I'olly, nnd Willie had H Iicon ont to fetch her. Polly offered H to holp Mnndy with tlio decorations, B I)U( Willie wan the day, and hIio wnH H running nwuy hand In hand with him H when Dotiu-liu) enme out of tlio homo M "Wait ...

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. — 25 June 1909

.!! I I IIIIWW W WI WWM i a i ma ih.i. . ACCIDENTIA' KILLED. William Anderson of Paragoonah Falls Froffl Wagon. Was Coming up Clear Creek Canyon When Accident Happened Killed Instantly. Parownn, Juuo 23. It ia reportod that Wm. Anderson of Paragoonah. mot with an nooident whioh caused bis death tho foro part of the week. Mr. Anderaon whb on bis returu borne from Saliua, bring ing with bim a load of rook salt. Wben aomiug through Olear Greek Oanyou, be was thrown from tho seat and the two wagons, whioh be bad coupled together passed over bia body causing instant death. His daughor ot this tirao was ail ting at home talking with nor friends and ntartled all by saying she aould hear bar father groan, and she folt aa though bo waa in great danger. Thla seems a strange aoiuoldent, and one not uudoratood. Mr. Anderson camo to Parownn in company with William Ourr of this city, in tho yoar 1858, both bnvir.g left tbalr old boraeu in Australia for tbo volleys of tho L. D. S. His mother was 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. — 25 June 1909

I MAYBE YOU DON'T : :'i.'. '.- :' .".:,, .M BELIEVE OUR MOTTOS I "YOU CANT BETTER THE BEST" . ': "THE STORE THAT BELONGS TO THE PEOPMET "NOT UP -WITH THE. TIMES, BUT A LITTLE IN THE IbWAW .- H Ami think they are a little far fetched. But just step into our place of husries& and H . we will prove them to you. H We are always busy, krut not too busy to serve you. It is our business tb be busy- Cedar Equitablle Co-op. Assn. H Local Items. Chamberlain's Cough tlemedy H Cure Olid Ctmiu nml Wlnwpltnf Cough. H HOKN. Tu tho wlfo of Mlllnril H Wiittoit, Mouilny, it tienltiiy buy. H The fnrinorfl nm now busy In tho H liny ilulilo. Tliov ropott h!u Hxcollotit H oroj) nf ludorno thin year. H Call nml Ben our new suuimor shoes H Hixl oxford", for in on nod women. H New aulpmont juat in. H I'OST OIWIOH BTOUU. H ' Now tliut tho MoroHiitlln liaa Jo H olilod to imvo around tholr rilncio of H bimlnunH It, would (in u wood Idon for H j tho olhnr liioruhuntu of tho town to do H I llkuvvlao. M , Now...

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. — 2 July 1909

ItiiiHMnmpl jHbHHHRB j - Get Ready for the Glorious Fourtfr, and Celebrate it Rigfit;. BBS f Iron County Record. S l Vol 6, Cedar Oty, Iron County Utah, Friday July 2, 1909."" MTn .. iHBI PROGRAM OF SPORTS FOR MONDAY AFTERNOON. 1. SPEARING THE RINGS. (Entries ohd bo iimdn during the week at the Cedar Olty Drug Storo. No entries can bo made after H o'olock Monday. July 0th, 1909. Entrauco foo 00c. ) Prize, The entiro ontranoe fees plua 33,00 2. CHILDREN'S SPORTS. Jumping. tfaolng. Diving Into wntor for money ( . Three legged raoe. Eating apples on a Btrlng. (Appropriate prizes for enab event. V " ADULTS. t (Ooromitteo rosorvos right to hand- loan in uny of the events ) 3 100 yard dash, S2 00 r 4. Figuring oontest for ladies and gents, 81.00 I-' Nature is a Good Kinder- gartner. " Yon sometimes hour of tho laok of educational opportunities in tho country. Farm bred children need not misB kindergarten trainiug. Thero is so muob to tempt their little minds, their eyes and fingers to ex ...

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. — 2 July 1909

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