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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 July 1909

NEW UTENSILS FG.1 KITCM7 Designed to Improve Flavor d p pearar.ee of Dn! tt, and to Save Labor. SoVfjral new kitchen t!er r shown in tho sUeteh. tt-p hu .:t.i ( tabic egg cookor. T.uj. liuie coo.u: No 1 In tlio niuBtintion. may b pi.tci on the brcrAkfaut table nntl the t.. I cooked to n turn No. 2 is n coq n.u for fish, nnd No. 3 n rnbblt cookoy cut (1) Table Egg Cooker. (2) Fish Co qullle. (3) Cooky Cutter. (4) Bean Pot. (5) Charlotte Russe Cop. tor. Two or three rnbblt cooklos Bllpped Into tho weo one's lunch has ket will bo a delightful surprise. No. 4, a most attractive bean cooker, I may bo sent directly to tho table from the oven, which will bo a little time saver, especially In a household whore there Is no muld. The dish is on the i ramekin order. Tho remaining sketch I Is a charlotte russe cup, and the lit x tlo cakes aro baked in it, then turned !out, and when cold, lHled with whipped - cream. This is especially mado for homo cooking, as no paper cups are needed. SOME POIN...

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. — 2 July 1909

UNCLE DICK'S BBBfl - i " JIMMY imODFJJUCK'fl Undo Dick was riot only a groat Inventor, but ono of the klndoat mon that bbb ovor lived, H Although ho earned IiIh living by ln HBB renting useful things llko automatic FB plows that would plow a wliolo field In BH the night tlmo whllo tho farmer lay In B bad aslcop, nnd automatic flHh polos BMB that would bait tholr own hooks and BBB throw out tholr own lines nnd pull in BMB tholr own fish nnd tnko thorn off nnd BMB bait tho hooka ovor again, still Undo BBB Dlok wns ready nt a mlnuto'H notico to RBBB drop nil thnt sort of thing nnd invent BMB aomolhlng to give n boy pleasure. RBMB! Jimmy IJrodorlck know this nnd bo BBBfl took groat euro of Undo DIch, carrying Kflfl mi umbrella for him wlwn It ml nod nnd BRBfl -watchlnK to'seo that bo nto IiIh iiiuuIh KBB regularly, for llko nil groat inventors. flflfl Undo Dlok could not takn caro'of him- BKBB very well. H "What would you like for tho Fourth BBBfl of July, Jimmy?" asked Undo Dick flflfl...

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. — 2 July 1909

B I v I ft $i M w W " j ' Tnrounh sacrlflco r a'Swn ant' tcars Wo I Nk flrew . SL T bc the he,ra I (QfaTlfecv' f liberty, I S" High-flung, our ,jL emblem waves I ''Vjj-Clr anew I Its sacred promise o'er the sea. Saved the " Declaration " I From British Comparatively few of the present generation know how nenr to being lost was onco tho most precious of our national documents, tho Declaration of Independence. It was during the war of 1812. Tho Declaration or Independ ence hung, for mnny years, In a framo In tho state department In tho room then occupied by Stephen Pleaaonton, who moved to Washington In 1800 with thn government. Mr. Monroe, when he was elected president, cre ated n new office, which waB conferred upon Mr. Plcasonton, that Of chief of tho lighthouse establishment, to which wna added tho auditing of tho minis terial and consular accounts. Mr. Beaselcy, commissary of prison ers of war in London, forwarded to the stato dopartmont somo London I newspapers stating that tho ...

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. — 2 July 1909

i - I THIRD I OPERATION I PREVENTED I By Lydia E.Pinkimm'sVeg- j H ctable Compound ( H GhtcoRO, JU. "I want to loll you I 9 what Lydlu 15, Plnkhnin'B Vegotablo 1 1 Compound did for mo. 1 was o sick I j thnt two of tho bent doctors in Chicago I 1 Mid I would dio if I did not havo an I B ksll't. 'u:r-: i oiwratlon. I had I B t ftF'mmWMm' already had two I LH WjmWmmmi opcratlona, and 1 w; '(; B they wanted mo to HI fiH' - jtMW go through a third , HI iSM on0 iBiifforcddfty H IS?1' J and night from in- i H i:r.s-,iit flatntnntlon and n H &? .'f4 & flI1,lltl tumor, nttd HI ibWIK "i S "ever thought of (l mm&fa'f' - BC0,nf " wH toy , K2Qrt nun In. A frlond ' H laHKSrlMaSl to (1 mo how Lydia I, lEE2f!!n.J,lnkhnm,Vcg. etablo Compound had holtwd hor, nnd " I tried It, nnd after tho third holllo H waa cured." MrH.Ai.vnKABi'i'.ULiNa, H 11 Lnngdon Street, Clilcngo, Hi. 11 H If you nro ill do not drag along at j homo or in your place of employment until an operation la necessary, hut ...

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. — 2 July 1909

EEr ' BBBMWBBBBBBIMBBBBBHBBB w , I j BY MARGARET MAYO S& iBfetk M l CPYRICUT. 1933. BV.DODD. MEAD AND COMPANY y2 Ji drtSaWJ i (Continued from last week.) H I nve on ana tins parsonage, rune xrec, f to live In. Any guests tlmt I may have K Itorn nrii OV ril"ft nml not nxiu ett ( the cnurcn. Ucmcmber tlmt, please." B There was an embarrassing silence. B ". The doncons recalled tlmt tho pastor's B salary was slightly In arrears. Elvor II son coughed meekly. Stroug started. t "You keep out of this, Elversonl" ho cried. "I'm runnln this affair, and 1 ain't forgettln my duty nor the par son's." "I shnll endeavor to do my duty as I sec It," answered Douglas, turning away and dismissing tho matter. i "Your duty is to your church," thuu- dered Strong. ' "You're right nbout that, Deacon Stroug," answered Douglas, wheeling nbout sharply, "and my duty to tho church Is reason enough for my acting exactly as I am doing In this case." 1 "Is your duty to the church tho only T reason you keep th...

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. — 2 July 1909

V , , aijuuhiINWhP " I i B v il .. m f f " i . i i, -i. ww H ojiiF- , I ., rjfBM . H 1 .Tt H J SS-SET JJ3K AIMS WENT OUT BLINDLY. fl wi'i ukj. '-i'ny puoiuu Himit DO III f iPcoiito una thy (Jod my' "- Sba H ' "That'a rlrrhtt go on," Bit Id DourIoh, 1 'I Hlrivlnir to control the unatoadlnea In 'IiIh owu-yolco, H 'l " 'WIhTw tliou cllftft will I die.' Hor 1 arms Wont out blindly. n "Oh, you won't hoiuI mo away, will Hi your sun nobbed. "I don't wnnt to Hj " learn Mijrthliiir cIhc JuHt-oxcopt-from vj you." She covered ber faco and & slipped, little broken heap, at Ida f feet. M i In an JtiHtnnt tho pastor's Btronw 1 arms were about Iter; lilu stalwart body V was supiwrtliiK her. "You Bhan'J. ? m away. I won't lot you-I won'tl Do f you bear nip, roily? I won'tl" B Uor breath wart warm against bl H i ,w,UccIMWAtiiiertHrnr "lie? M -ywSapinsAliout blm, nH alio cluiitf to him j liolplwalr, iiolibliiK and quivcrliiK In 4 tbo aboltcr of bla fltrotiK ombraee. 1 "You1 are novor Kolng to loa...

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. — 2 July 1909

I t a ' """' K a jood litfle fairj should come up towe 0ncb jive me a yTsh, T justhno WfiatWouW le Yd WMi sftad of one little toy T &s illrcc,- 7 One Gnglisli, owe (jhinese and one just me. I 5hdfe JIiat Yd vJish. ind do jou IflW p I Cause 'stead of one test dtij 1hat seems tbjust fly I Td have tfcfee of ftose days in Hie eai; oil imji I troy tfcnftctf dou, mA v pearls, and SourtlT of Juki I FIRST "GLORIOUS FOURTH" flgn -. ft; .Sv iSNNSYLVANIA, bo Mm Tm rich In historic lBr (r buildings, has the iflT CKlRt llonor ' being the H HfPTr blrthplaco of the B B nolRs llrst Fourn of J,lly B xkB y$li celebration. Not B Jifl fffM innny '"lies from the fl $l ft 0 heart of tho Quaker H ? B A P3 City there stood tin- H vJJLL 1$S"J tl recently the B Bifi) beautiful colonial B B MmxvJ hoiiBo where tho B rs fc?Vv" signers of the Dec- K iiAii'12' lnratlonof lndopend- B em. wiu io celebrate. Unfortunate- B ly the hand of commercialism grabbed K beautiful Elm Hill maiiBlon at No. B 4215 Frnnkford ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 July 1909

H AT THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN. M A Pretty Little Story of a Great Fight' H In Which a 8t, Louie Man H le Conspicuous. H In a recent number of ttio Confed- j orato Veteran, Mr. J. K. Merrlflold of H St. Louis had an urtlclo on tho battle B of Franklin, In which he rolatod his H own experiences In thnt bloody and H niomontoiiH conflict. "After n chargo H by Gon. Cockrlll's Missouri brigade," H wrote Mr. Merrlflold, "I ran out over H thp works nbout 100 foot whoro I had H noticed n ilng ro down. I picked up H tho flajt, pulled It orf tho Htaff and put H it In my pockoL A fine-looking olllcor H lying Micro covered with dead bodlcH B asked mo If I would rornovo thorn H from Mb leg, us ho wno wounded In B tho knee. I got his leg froo. Then H ho naked mo for n drink out of my H canteen. I loaned over nnd told him H to drink. Whllo ho wns drinking ho H nuked mo to unbucklo his nword bolt, H which I did. JiiHt then 1 lurnrd tho H wisp of a bullet, nnd looking up, I H snw another lino about !I0...

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. — 2 July 1909

I Z -A. Foinrflh. Qf JubjJT I I PH AND HOW F I h I f(J 1 INDEPENDENCE I IV f" N MY young days," said Grandnunt Mary, "girls didn't want to go In with the boys to play Grnn daunt Mary shook her head and rocked peacefully, look ing over her spectacles at Orandnlece Mary, who waB doubled up In n discontented hoap In a corner of the rose-Bcented veranda. "It Isn't the games," walled Mary, disconsolately, "It's a race a Fourth of July race that I want to go In." "Dear, dear child, you'll get yourself All heated up if you flounce about like that, and so you would In a rare. Wo'll go and see the boys, and you can wear your pretty new white dress," com mented Orandaunt Mary, calmly, with do idea of further rebellion whfch she was arousing In her grentnlece's breast. "I don't want to bo dressed up," Mary was beginning in n still greater outburst of revolt, when sho was in terrupted by a now arrival a thin girl with bright blue eyes and bright red hair, who dashed around the cor ner of the vo...

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. — 2 July 1909

wwwwi ii i i i M ra mmma' Iron County Record H ALEX If. HOLLO. Lominn H B ' CEDAR CITY .... UTAH J- ' ' H njenpito Its specific gravity load Is H going up. H How wotilil you llko to tno n mutt- H nccr In Turkey? H Turkey wnppd Hiiitanii with onso H and dispatch, ntlct nil. H The roof ga7nblori7ii TWall Btrcot H tiro fftw. Tho rest nrc Inmbs. H Tor a qulot, orderly and steady-go- H ln nation give us tlio United States. H Wliy dubato llio suffrngo nmend- H mutit? It furnished its own condem ns H Tears, my nsolont7st, will kill dls- H eftHu germs. Lot's nil go and get on H H -sKT . ., ! H Two Frenchmen fought a dnnl nnd H shot onoli othor. Auotlior tradition m H Not nil the now Jokon hnvo boon M sprung. Koro'H tlio latost: Spain Iiuh H dooldod to rebuild Jho fleet. H Immigrants of 'tho right Hort nro H welcome, but vlgllnnco iniiHt bo used H to keep tho criminal oluinonl out. H Hnly linn n woman suffrage question, H tno, but ho far the fluffrngottoH havo H not trlod to outdo tho MoHHln...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 July 1909

!Maf Hfl '' ' 'j.iiL.Mi ,.." .,-.-.-' ...- .t,, A .,. ... -., ,V'V HH , Nothing Reserved. Every- i ' ., v. j Thebig store is now closed '(. , H 'i thing in the big store to be re- JT f iif W : ', , . , to remark and arrange stock . H J . duced at prices less than the SVE THISND WAIT. UNTIL -WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, AT 9 A. H. for the big sale and will open H j cost of the raw material. , : " 'vJ next Wednesday, July 7, at 9 ' ' H ; MONEY RAISING SALE ..a.m. , B COMMENCES JT. A TTTT ' ' ' Look for the BIG RED SIGN f ' c H I WEDNESDAY, JULY 7. OlO'.JN 1 IV j on the front of the store. B MONEY RAISIN 6 SALE I i The Entire $1.0,000' Stock of the POST OFFICE STORE J I I CHAS. S. WILKINSON, Proprietor. ' " ' I c, fl Y Consisting of the Highest Grade of Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' Furnishings, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Groceries, Millinerv, Guns and Ammuni- ", M J tion, and in fact everything contained in the big store at the Greatest Reduction ever oftcred to the people, of Cedar and its surroundi...

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. — 2 July 1909

9H' shsH? B si. . B rMMnMMaMaHUnMHHWHaaMnHMwaMttMMJMNaMHMHnH H v r Tl -r - , , , i. i ii in r r B v Local Items. H Have patriotism noogb next Won- B day to corns out ttud help celebrate. H WhH joh want the purent find best H i Is tuwH no to J. H. HUNTER H IOB. l6a IOB Plenty of It t H Harry Hunter's for t cent per pound. H Mie. Jackson of Lund, Utah, was n H visitor in Gednr from Saturday to H Monday. Hhe cm tn on biitluem. H Dr. Olark of Heaver was In town H ' Monday on bin way to SoltlJukQ Olty, H wlinra l)H will opend a few dnya on H buslneM Hud pleasure. M Oat the liHblt or oolobratlntf tbo B Fourth of .Inly In h bii manner. M May m well fall In line with all tbo B other up to-clate towiia of tbo state. H' If you Abould bappon to boar tho M Ihjoih of OHtlHon Mondiy morning do B itet im alarmed. It will be tbo saJuto M erfered Ih bouor of our nation's m birthday. m Before you figure on an olentrln B flat Iron oall on the Palaoo Drug B Store aHd ten and try the now iiloohol Hj fla...

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. — 9 July 1909

b - ''fllHHI b SflssSI Iron County Record, ii I I Vo1, i6, Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday July 9, 1909. NoTU W I A QUIET FOURTH. I Services in Mamisg Largely Attend I By Patriotic Citizeis. 'Jam at Children's DmiceDanco In I Evening Enjoyed by Old and Young. Mohdfl7 ciornlng tbo cltlseus of th town awoke wild n determination to enjoy themselves in tbe celebration of onr uatil day and were out lu full foroe to everything tha was going on. ft The services nt tbo tabernacle were largely attended and (be pro gram was rendered as advertised. It was esjoyed by all, who consid ered It as good aa ever has been (liv en in Oedar. The orator of the day was well receded and bla talk wan very interesting. His ideas appealed to tbe older ones especially, aud tbe younger element seemed to appre ciate bis eifortb. It being bla first effort ho ia to be congratulated and from now on tbe people oan eay that John W. Webser Is ablo to deliver an oration on tbe day of all days to citizens of 4be U...

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. — 9 July 1909

B - . B WWPMifa.1 ilWIII . Ill lllll III I I i i i '' B '-.-.M.'..........4VWHMT H I Iron County Record $ QfvOAR CITY, UTAH. j H - ALEX. H. ROLLO H ;f ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1893. H X BNTCNEO AT THI CCDAR CITY POtT- ,, H 2,' Or f ICE A OCCOMD CLASS MATTtR. & H t H jj QU08CAIPTION $1.60 PER YMR g Bf X ALWAYS III AOVANCC. 'V B Friday, July 9. 1909. H It la h (io(J Id rh to kIkboo over H ' tha HdrertlHeinnHtH eaeh week. 'Ike re H la always eometblBg of IsterMt in H (font H - v II yeu liare hu tatereat lo the H 4usatlo of tha young aud dtwlre to H Kara r trustvtt tbHt will do Justice to H anr aebeola better get out net Morv H day ftBd vote for the right hbrb. H Tbe deraocrata met Ih caueua Inet H ereulHK and noMlHtad le O. Math H . mn for trustee to be voted for Hexfc H Monday lie la a good tuaa aod will H 'dahla duty If the people place blm H la offloe. H Pbotograhar Adams Is out again H after bis mIrii of UtaeiMf. He atatee H that be la reeling pretty Kood, al B 'ithongh wenk, but ...

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. — 9 July 1909

i a WmB BBS """" ', . '" ' """I i "I ii i ,m ill ii i i.i ' ' i " iBH WONDERS NEVER CEASE,! I i Never in tKe History of Cedar did so Many People H GatKer Under one R.oof as TKey Have at tKe H f GIGANTIC MONEY RAISING SASE I I POST? OFFICE STOZRJEL I i With over twenty sales people on the floor it was impossible to wait on the !' mM customers. Everyone bought with that eagerness and satisfaction which is I Hj the best proof as to the great valnes offered the public. f H I Remember there will be lots of goods for everybody which will be opened up -H as soon as they arrive, which we expect any day, and will be sold at slaughtered H I prices. We ran out of several kinds of goods, but will have lots paore, so be pre- f H pared to fill your wants for the next six months. I H : I READ THESE PRICES AND ACT AT ONCE I I L SHOES Boys patent colt Oxfords, $3 value, Boys $1.00 union suite, now Oo. now GO, i , ,: ,i,. lC,.' ... , , io now 1,69. UoyB COo. underwor, now 29o. LndleB CO. IIbIo gloves...

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. — 9 July 1909

H Local Items. H And bow get rdy for tba Twenty H Whwi yew wnat the pnrast nnil beat H 1m In ttWH K te J. tl. HUNTER H Stay at hams for thn Twenty fnartb H ami fMsletoratl Ih b titling manner, H IOK. ICE. JOB. PJonty of It at H -v- . Hurry Huster'n for 1 cunt per pound. H , !! Until I I Ml II I" H If you vote next Monday for H "iWiooI truitea eee that you do It for H h ifiiHllrled rami, H Have you been to tho uIk n!o at H' the Poil Offlao Btore Lits of bar- M jjsIhs tkern for you at prlcos you ohh H reaah. M Umthi Hmlli will noon bo buck ft- B rh1h and roudy for your wot Ic, Hot- H ter wait for bliri, If you wiint autlafso H H Dan 13, Matbeaon ib now II7I0R lu H 0(lar II Iihs dcBettod-PBrowHuaaa H will heHoefortb atay wltb the tvH. H lie eaya Cedar Ih f;ood eaougli. H t Don't forget the "Old BoHga Ooh H Vert" next Sunday acealog Ih the H Ward Hall. Sue the program In B Mather part of thin Iwjuj, . . . . B Tb glgsntlo money ralelHg gale of HH' Um Pest Offlee Btore opened Wedaee H 1ay...

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. — 16 July 1909

H . tWHH w v- ibd I ll I H I- H Iron CouNTf Record. I ! Vo1' l6- Cedar Otv, Iron County, Utah, Friday July 16, J?09. No. 32 B I SUICIDE AT LUND. I; Mrs. Virginia Wilcock of Parowas, I Takes Her Own Life. Despondent Over Treatment Kccclved I From Husband Death by Far Sweeter Than Life. I Mrs. Virginia Wllooclr, a resident I of Parowan, but who lion spent sever- ai weeka at Land, Utah, (Iced a abot I into her body Saturday that caused I dealh after threu or four hours of I ,'UfTcrillg. H. Tbo woman had rooelved some Jet- H tera in the morning, ono presumably I from eotueoue with whom sbo hud b Ten fumlinr, and probably ono from her rolutivcH. Upon reudlug thorn I. eho became despondent and orlcd n I gieat dr-rJ. Nothing was thought' I of tho matter, because it waa well I loo vn that hur husband had pmotlo ally separated from her and had g:ne B ti Idaho. However ho had written I many letters to her in whljb bo ex pressed great love. Atfer Mrs. Wlicook had brooded ' over hor trouble for...

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. — 16 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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 16 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
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 16 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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