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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 August 1909

eeeS eee. eefl : jHI Does This Hit You? Editor Record: What a deplora ble Bute of tirdlucBB wo as a com raaulty ure falling into. Now, 1 ex- prot to trample ou somoono'B coriip, bat that only goeB to provo that we ought not have corns of that pattiou lar kind eo prominent that thoy oan be trampled upon. lu the first place, what a tine thing it will be when we set that town clook, bo wo oan keep somewhere within forty-Qro mlnutea of one sohednle. In the mutter of our pnbllo gather luga (l will mako some exceptions of Sunday meetings for I believe they are nearer thnn anything olso we barn of oommeuolng on timo, but mora of that later) what timo do they com meuoo? Well, geuerully u danoo BtartB about ton or ton thirty. What lathe reason? Just a lazy, shiftless habit. Each ouo thinks, "Ob, well, there's no hnrry; thoy will not start yet for au hour orao. " I Bbould llko to fieo our nmuBement oommittocs seo tn it that all dances under their euperrisiou start itt a Eeacouablo hour and cl...

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. — 13 August 1909

H ' I ' ' . I I, ! I I, Il-s&aa&i Just Received! tsej I A Complete line of Gent's Dress Shirts, Collars, Ties, Hose, I Underwear, etc., direct from the factory Latest Styles, the best goods that we can find in the market, and we offer them at living prices. m SUNFLOWER -rr --r-rt4Y SUNFLOWER SHOES 1 SHOES WM ZDtLK)LltZ2L . ' - I ?5p" J FOR GENTS, . '3J I 1-SSr" KW BOYS, LADIES, ' '. "0 i LADIES! See our line of Collars, Hair Ornaments, I Embroideries and Laces, Etc., Etc. i Commencing Saturday we will have a clearance sale of Men's Shirts, Hats and Furnishings, SO per cent Redaction. 1 No 3E3l3K:art 9SSE&1.4e:ooLft:KX Xioagpoartocl.. IWeOan-V "If Soil aoods VKTitli .Araytoocly. , .1 Our lines of Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, are Complete. : PI FREE DELIVERY AT ALL (TPFlAD POITITARI P AQ'IS THE STORE THAT '" f HOURS OF THE DAY VL,U Vy -- AOJ7 BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE M & " Local Items. H Kvery nltlzon who has (ho weUnro H cf ttiu town nt lienrt will ho out to 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. — 20 August 1909

i' '..- -j-w. i-JsKJ.. ----'S5WiWBBSBiiBBBBBMniBB ' 'BEBBBBTBBB bbbV bbbI H " i. , ..f .... .... ,' , I" .' ' , ; " ' '' ' ' ' i i ' ' ; i ' ' ' '' H 1 Vol! 16. Cedar CHy, Iron County, Utah, Friday Aug. 20, 190?. No. 37 I bbbb I ' ' I aP" bWIY IMH A A 9 af i 1 0 9K fli IS H i f I I 4? H I IbbbI Lbbb! BbS in!'; : '-v V ' t " ' 1 Baal BBBbI aH Rv .. 3 J H H BbI '& bmW , BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW ' I ..BBBBBBBBBBBBW- bbb1 bbbb! H aBBBBBwiwftKtftcSliIBi iynCwBWHHji(21BJ 1 naV 'LbV aaaa BBllBH8M3EMMlQijwAifei? Mil oRd3W:,,,ter.' m !&ItW$MSaBjaSa&?j&Mm I jH I 4 - "Offers the following Courses to the young people of I I -I I H H 1 A Four Year Normal Course 2 A General High School qurse v H : ! 3 An Engineering Course, 4 A Literary Course. I fl H :.. -I 5 A Domestic Science Course. '','r,:'..i-? I " ? I 1LJ" ''I The Library facilities are nmple,tho Laboratories nro equippetl vvith the most modern apparatus, the Shops are siip- 'H .ImSSmiMi kieiLpHedjihnew AtociEJathes,, forces, mot...

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. — 20 August 1909

I Hj ,,! niiiiiriiiiiTinBi anrii ti ' H I Iron County Record I H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. ' H ALEX. H. ROLLO 1 H linn y H a, H ESTAHIIMEI ItGIMBW, IMS. H BNTSRIB AT TIM CtOkH CITV PMT Z M , , Wf HM AS SI66M CLASS MATTER. & H ' .... ......... ..4... ... X H SUBSCRIPTION SI.SO PER YfcAR f fl ALWAYS IN ABVAHCf . 4 H Friday, Auk, 20, 1909. H TARDINESS. H lit our (hub of August 18 appeared an artlolo 311 tardlnesa entitled "Does H thin Hit Von?" and whloh has been M accredited rb oomliiff from the pjn of H the editor. Thin la erroneous, for H the Article In its entirety wrh written H by h porflon not oonnooted with tho H The artlolo In question must have M tounhed n euro spot on aovorul of our m resderH, mid for thnt reason, If for no M otlior, wo aro nloasod tlnit puhllantlon M whs given to It. H Tills question of tardiness nt publlo H gathorlngt, howovor. I" nno that In m ' hard to oombat, It hoomh nlmoat H Imposslhlo for eomo of our moat B prominent oltlzons to bo In attnnd H Htioe nt Hi...

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. — 20 August 1909

I Report of T Mass Meetings. A Cedar Olty, Augast 19, 1H0O. Editor Keeord : Oaring aeted a woretery sf the Mreral water HNt lags reatly beld, I have beea re qBMted te tufaaslt to year local readers (In-aB-muoBaa they are vitally eaaearBed la It) a report of the pro eardUga at those saetlnga. In doing co, I shall try to cobHbb myaelf as eloaely aa possible, to the records, Baking only aaob etateaaenta or oota menta aa may seem necessary to aa understanding of the points Involved. In the first place it seems necessary to explalu that about two years ago the various Holds and water corpora tions appointed from among thetn eelvea a commlttpe whose duty it was to dovlso nud reooromoud aomo sohemo for incorporating tbo wntor interests cf Cedar. In tholr dolibeia tloaB this oommlttoo couoelvod tho idoti that it would be h good thing to include tho high wtttorB also whtoh oould beat bo hiiudlcd ns n norporn tlcn and decided to odvUe tho oltlzoua to form eaoli a oorporntiou and uso tho high ...

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. — 20 August 1909

BH 'n r-' ,,-- T "" -" "'" W.-i.W- , ,- ; rMlgWRrygiriyWWW4J .U- 0,. Wgayftyiyf. 7 I lust leceiv(Bi'lf I H Iff A Complete line of Genfs Dress Shirts, Collars, Ties, Hose, 1 I I Underwear, etc., direct from the factory 1 I H fj I Latest Styles, the best goods that we can find in the market, and we offer- I H y them at living prices. M 1 H y SUNFLOWER .-j;. SUNFLOWER SHOES j I 1 m shoes lH Hi rnl CD H ng-vl I BLH 5 ($ fHlBHl lasaes nmmm mamma saaw msmsm rBaasa' Hi -...lZ&L u& M I i irR Fm FCR GE!SiTS 1 I I I l"lr" imff BOYS, LADIES, "J 1 I LADIES! See pur line of Collars, Hair Ornaments, I Embroideries and Laces, Etc., Etc. , i I Our clearance sale of Men's Shirts, Hats and Furnishings is still on, t t PI SO per cont Reduction. Soil Stood.- TVi: uflk.KiL3rtoocl.3r Our lines of Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, are Complete FREE DELIVERY AT ALL CFHAP POIIITARIF AS'N THE STORE THAT i , HOURS OF THE DAY -VLrLTIV J-yui I rLiUU rA 1 BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE' 8g j H Local Items. ...

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. — 27 August 1909

I Vol. 16. Cedar Otv, Iron County, Utah, Friday Aug. 27, 1909. No. 38 ' LjH LB ---- - - - . . . . - . ...- . ... . wl'M"w',"w"w'l"wl"M""'i""''p'M"w"ww"w"? jLLLI II THE BRANCH NORMAL SCHOOL I I . - . ' i H ( ;iH ftV 1 'H I H v:i-- ; :-j H !1H sH iHiinUnLHH&xr-a ' LH H L I C ffers the following Courses to the young people of I I I I Southern Utah. I il II J A Four Year Normal Course 2 A General High School ourse H II 3 An Engineering Course 4 A Literary Course. I ! if I 5 A Domestic Science Course. I fl I" H nioucrn shop. The Domestic Scjience department is fitted with all modern conveniences. H II J H Hegistration of students Thursday and Friday, the lGtli and 17th of September. Class -work commences Monday, H II H September 20in, at Bianch Normal School Cedar City, Utah. This is the school for the youth of Southern Utah H 1- II G. W. DECKER, Principal I i U I I w I For Tobacco Chewers Cedar Oity, Auk. 26, 1909. Editor Reoord: Since the series of atr meetings held last week, Hud ...

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. — 27 August 1909

H "" ' . '.. ""' - ' I T11V MARK- 01? ffAGUARANTE& H "Ike Bleam a MttntaiM on lb Water' H Thlo Is one description of a din- rr.ond, the most beautiful Jewel on earth, $150.00 per carat will buy a perfect cut, flawless diamond now. j Stock Is limited. Advance certain. As- sortment of sizes. Each stone guar antesd. H iR'0w WM ALT LAKE CUT. UTAH MaWa H""" I All Hallows I CoIIogo B SALT LAKE CITY I BOARDING AND DAY I SCHOOL FOR BOYS H Cists tlm WtJiuithy, Stpltmbrr 8. Hj Gsiitcal, Stltlfle tad Cemmtrctt' PpJ (vrits. Sstcltl dtpirtssetd for littU H bflyi, mitt Ik car f s lrIntd 1 ImcW. GyMMailim mJ MWtUry Drill H mJh tbtdlrtctUfief pdI bulmdon. H Ftr termi s4 taferntttos, spplj te H Very Rev. J. J. Guinan, S. M., H President. h J I I HARRY J. ROBINSON LA ATTOHNKY AT LAW M 304-308 Judg Building, UkeCUy t ' ' SWIFTER THANJTHE PIGEON. H Swallow Easily Outdistances Compan- H Ion In Flight Between Com- H plegne and Antwerp, H A citizen of Antwerp has put to a H test the colurlty and homln...

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. — 27 August 1909

B. ' iKjH I HI n 1 H aiaBWWBBWWMBaMBaaaBBaawaBBaiaMrWBfaawaaaWBaaBWMBaaK MHHHfl BBB - . - . ai - - u . . j . . .... . ji V . t . - - - - ... iBBBBBBBBBB ABDUL RECONCILED r H Now Thinks Rather of Food Than M of His Wives. H B Former Ruler of Turkey Growing Ac- jR -." customed to Surroundings at Sa il - lonlka Greatly Interested j Jj , ' In Passing Events. Ill ' Salonika. Abdul Ilnmld, the ox-buI II tan of Turkey, is alowly becoming If mono accustomed to his surroundings and "reconciled to his captivity. Ho I linB cast off his morose demeanor, no i longer gives way to outbursts of an ger, and conducts himself In n quiet and retired manner. IRopoatedly ho expresses his satis faction at being kept at Salonika, re quests that ho bo allowed to remajn at tho Villa Allatlnl, nnd prays that he may bo permitted to live thero and nd his days "Hko a good old man." For whatever may be tho opinion of his former subjects, tho ex-Sultan's confidence In his own virtues remains I undiminished. 5 "Why...

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. — 27 August 1909

lll H ..-.i.,i.i.ii .I. ii.iiMi.iiiiii.nl .I in i ii ii .II ii " ' ' ' ' .' ' ; -'" ' " H 4 Iron County Record M CEDAR CITY. UTAH. i Q H ALEX. H. ROLLO f B ' ....................' 3 H EITAM.WKI KtEMttR, IM3. I H - y ' ' a, H imtsmk at tm tihKn etrv ihht Z H , W f K2 AS SIC6H0 CLASS UAUKft. f H ... f949 it JL H iUflSCRIPTION tf.SO PER YIAR H ALWAYS M A8VAH. T B Friday, A up, 37. 190. H Hooit, and boost rlht, while yon H are H Pat a prohibition plnnk In your H plstforin tlill owning elootlon. H Notlilnx but prohibition will o In B Uatlar now, H llavo you h oort word to ny for H your homo town?, If bo nap It, bo H all may henr. Jt will bo a boott In H the rlht dlrootlon. H Tim fihiotlon for olty olJIolala will H noon roll around 10 begin to think H over tho ponlblo OHiidldutoa and make H your oholoo so that whou you attnnd H the prlmarloH It will not tako long to H formulitto a tlolot. H Spicy Paragraphs H by Associate Editor H The dan, roof-Rarden theatte, H, chvhb, Html low, and the ...

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. — 27 August 1909

.Inland Empire Exposition, The lalaad Etaptro Exposition wbieh will take the plaoe of the Utah State Fair this year, ia planned to be eae of the largest and most extensive expocitjoas ever attempted by aay state la the Utiles. The brbbb la laad Efflplre Expoaltlea si suggested to signify aa exhibition showing the pregreea aad derelopaent of the great lalaad Bsaplre, aad the people Who have transformed a barren desert lato a great and prosperous common wealth. In 1817 the great expanse of territory west of the Kooky Moun talna was a vast desert, Inhabited on ly lay Indians and wild animals. The pioneers who blazed ton trail aoross the mountains laid foundations of a - greet empire. Sixty two years of growth and progress have built up a community that now rivals the world for thrift Bud industry. Tho groat ora of progress that is now developing in Utah and surrounding ttaten was de cided upon as en oprortuuo time to hold a great expoaitlun to signalize the achievements of the people n...

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. — 27 August 1909

' ' ''vi,' '" '"" " " ''BBBjBBaBwPB,8BiBBiBjBjMs LbbbbbB b J BJBjBJj JBJBj jWJWWWIIMMIWWMIWMMMWMiMIMWIW"MW""'""""'"" B JIRON COUNTY RECORD H ALEX. II. XOLLO, Losei BjBjBj l LbbI fCEDAW CITY, IKON COUNTY, VTAII m , , H ! After all, the boat way to avoid heat j prostrations fa to kocp cool. B f Eminent actresses bIIIJ insist on m losing tholr diamonds. H f AlrBhlpn and wireless mes'sages aro H crowding thontmoHpboro. H fr 8mmnor began working nt the Job M industriously as noon as It arrived. H i Sumraor-roaort mosquitoes have not j t;henrd of tho war on thorn. H ! 8omo of tho flies may hnvo romantlo M t. natures, but novor mind that. H . It appears from "official roportn that H , thoro Is nlHO a mndo-ln-aermnny do H Ho thankful that radium nt present M prlccn In not ono of tho nccoflHltlcs of BJBJH H TIioho who onniiot wjm Bhould avoid m wading In wator tnoro than ten foot H - doop. H Fish cakes exploded In n Now York m Btoro nnd wrecked tho placo. Thoy M wore probably mado from tho t...

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. — 27 August 1909

""'""' H I ffi0 Jokes nmHVHMamHMMMMMMaHB"""HMIUnan"l""1 GIRLS AND MUSICIANS. "The Into Paul Stanley, composor of 'Ta-ra-ra-boom-dc-ny,' took no great prldo In that song's bucccbs," said a San Francisco musician. "He had " hoped to succeed as a composer of grand opera. "When he lived hero ho often talked wth a quaint kind or melancholy about tho high ambitions of his youth, nnd Jiow they had become humbler as ho got older. " 'A man's ambitions dwindle,' ho onco Bald, 'like a girl's mntrtmontal alms. At 16 a girl wants a fairy prince and nothing less. At 20 sho Is resigned to a millionaire duke. At 25 a membors of congress is good enough. At 30 a country minister will do nicely, and at 35 Bho'll take any 4 thing, from a song-writer down.' " Worse Than a Hired Man. "Yeas," drawled tho postmaster of Bacon Ridge, "that's old Hob White, tho laziest man In the state." "In what way Is bo ao lazy?" asked tho coffee salesman. "Why, every Sunday he takes tho two chickens they nro going to havo...

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. — 27 August 1909

I 1 H I BH '?. "3 H Local Items. H OtRL WANTED at Collar's Hotel. B Apply to Ui:0. STOLL. H 1 When you want Ico send word to J. H II. Hunter. Delivered for 1 ontrer H J pound. H Mltfi Surah Jonon, who bits betm H tionflned to her room for two weeks H int, In now on tho rHpid rond to rn- B odvory nnd will noon turn round ntfitln. M Monday Mro Mnry Dlllloguloy H Kvo hirth to n Jnalthy bnby Irl. H Tho mother und child urn prorcrali)K H favorably, nnd Otnndpii Soliopptiinnn H In oxonodliiKiy pNitiRcd oror tho ovent. H Still n ffiw of tlioao onrpct mtmplre H and remiinnta of onrpota itt tho Lulh H Ftiriilturn und C'irpnt (Jotnp.tiny'ii H Htoro. Ilottor cull mid Rut your H cliolco before tho heat aro gone. H ( If yon want to loarn who oarrlue H the beat wall paper aud the Inrgeat H RMnrtment of dUhes, read the Lelftb H Furniture St Carpet Oompany'a ad H vertlMiuunt found elsewhere In tbla H IwHie. B ' Mr. Pendleton, who haa ohnro-e of B , the building of the kiln of brlok for B the Ward 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. — 3 September 1909

I ! too. Wv REcoRD. I H ' B . ... .1 ,,,,, ;i ' . . . ,-, , , , , H I 'Vol. 16. -jzL Cedar Gtv, Iron County, Utah, Friday Sept. 3, 1909. No. 39 M l I H I THE BRANCH NORMAL SCHOOL I I i H l H & 'TBBm& '" ' ' ' 'i "'' " ,"JBe, J H IH Pi1 'TMvfflBW . ' -r' '"'.Mf SNA "n- wtv - K 1 HI ' fe '' , q H M l i 'H 1 H i 1 H H AMMMM v fe ldH IH H H -----H-H--H-b---Hm-cW?-tc fl H H i--Brn--fcmMl-l----B---TB-i--H--aa-Hltns tr T 17 iff iiiaMffr"MiHMMMM H ZnprrMHBHgiHHMHHnBMc ln'!BBBaBBBBB3BBBFBH BBSS! BBBB H " li5Wy,'sWl-Ba jH H sbbh " Sf HHIIICfSSHBfiteHMBK2EQPEiw 94iBte BK-BECrsoBBBlMB l I Offers the following Courses to the yotmg people of I ' ! - Southern Utah I I l M u : ' 1 A Four Year Normal Course. 2 A General High School Course; -J$&sA '?.', H I 3 An Engineering Course. 4 A Literary Course. f ' A " 9 j; I '5 A Domestic Science Course. -r "H" I Ifl J H The Librnry facilities are ample, the Laboratories are equipped with the most modern appaVatusthoJhoplnro'su', . H H . fc pHed ...

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. — 3 September 1909

I IRON COUNTY HHCOJRD ALEX. K. HOLLO, Losaco I CCDAK CITY, IRON COUNTY, UTAH B BANKING GAINS IN DULL TIMES. Hj Tho statements mnde by the n- H (lonnl bankn of tho country under the mil of April 28, 1900, (thow that thoy H bad gained nt that date no less than 1774,201,000 In total resources ulnco H tho report of their condition inndo on May 14, 1008. That mimnn an Is H croase of nearly nlno por cont. In a H 4 your which war marked by much In H diiHtrlnl depression and no llttlo din H couragomont In business. It mlKht H fairly bo called tho growth of tho H national banka In dull times n gnln H of about $Gfi,000,000 a month In re Hj now cob. Wharu Htich development Ih H possible In a porlod of depression, H what tnny bo expected when tho cur K rent of trndo and Induntry In (lowing H awlftly? If that la tho way tho flnan H clal atrongth of tlio United Btntea in H croaoofl nnd tho national banks mens H lire lost than half of It when business H is not considered good; what may bo H counte...

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. — 3 September 1909

r' nwf' '"vt), wr VRKBHB5 ft - lHHH i - BHH l Mysteries of Nature " ) By G. Frederick Wright, A. M. JJL D. ;i . HUGE MAMMOTHS ENCASED IN ICE. Tho mammoth Is an extinct spectea of elephant which wna formerly : ; spread alt over Europe, northorn Asia,, i a-d North America as far south as, ) Mexico. In slzo ho was somewhat - II larger than tho elephant. Whereas W Jumbo stood 11 feet high, tho mam- V moth skeleton recently set up In the p museum of tho Chicago Academy of Sclencoa stands 13 foot as mounted, which would mako him about 14 feet high when alive. Tho tUBks of tho , mammoth were enormous. Those cf f' ono recently found In Texas, and now mounted In tho American Museum of Natural History In New York city, ji measuro 13 feet and ton Inches, and f would weigh 20Q pounds apiece. The f mammoth had a trunk like' suits of :; hair the largest consisting of rough, black bristles 18 Inches In length, tho next a coat of close-sot hair from nlno to ten Inches long, and under- i neath all 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. — 3 September 1909

H i I I??! County Record H ' fo CEOAIT CITY, UTAH. H I Al,X. H. hOLLO I H MffWMmtl KCtKHK, 1893. H ? H ft ' '"TtHfB ATTm CITV POT A 1 t, , toftKt M CLASS MATTIft. & H tUMORHTTON $1.60 PER YfcAR H AtWAYl IH AOVAHCC. ' H Friday, Sept. 3, 1909. H THE EMPTY You arc happy now- H VISION but somewhere tke sterm- H clouds ore hcavy. Spirits sigh in lan- H guicJ sadness for the dawning light. B Mearts ore listening to the iighiugs of a H fretted sea, whose moanings will not H hush. Some poor heart veils its eye H against a vwon caught on a verge ol des" H pair. Some despondent soul watches the H approaching cloud that is going to shut H out the stars. Somebody is crying over H their loved and lost. And some, with H eyes nil filled with tears, are gazing into B space waiting for a familiar form that H vanished in the years that arc gone. B Somewhere and somewhen, out yonder H in life's pilgrimage, you too will weep H solitary and alone, The nights will he H starless and the valleys dark a...

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. — 3 September 1909

I A Sense of Honor. (By Ida Alexander lu Farm Journal.) There wore tferea boya la the Lincoln -High School, wUllBg, Bay, eager, to work the goldea day a of Vaoatlou way--tbree to whom ths offered opportunity aeeaed the stepping Btone to tba auooeai la life upon vrbiob their hearts were sat. To the other ,: aoholara the notice had not appealed ' stall. Indeed, it was soaroely In- . "V" Tltlog. "Wanted :DarlBg taoatlon, boy for lawyer's offloe. Mast poesess MBte of honor1. Small oorapsaiiatloH." ,.; To be sure, the prinoipai, as ha read ".;..' the notioe out, had enlarged upos the . ; . meaning cf the terse words. "It would mean a great deal," he ex plained, "to the buy whoso ambition lies in that direatlou. To be asBOolated with Stanley Granger would Insuro buooobh. And, though I am permitted to eay little, I have no doubt that from this small bt ginning, great thing! may result." Shortly boforo the end uf the term, tha three buys who bad signified tbolr tbtentiou ot responding to tb...

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. — 3 September 1909

I I IT DOESNIT COST YOU A GENT H To have our guarantee back of your H Jewelry If you buy It of us, and It H adds considerably to Its value. We 1 have a lot of diamond rings prepared H for summer engagements and the H prices are tempting enough even If H we didn't guarantee them. H IALT LANE CltX, UTAH H PiaaBa"'(sMaMBMaMaaBMMHHaiaHHaaHaaiMaMMBsvaniiaHI I All Hallows College B SALT LAKE CITY I BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOB BOYS H Cltn bUi Wtdstliltr, StptmWf 8. H Clulcl, StMtfle aaJ Cowntrclal H cmtui. Special dtpirtisHtt far iHtla m bai, enaW tka cut ef tralatl H twatf. GMarfem an J MHkary DrlN H mJh Ika Jk cllw f special laitractart, B For I km i aad iafamatlM, apply te H Very Rev. J. J. Guinan, S. M., H President. H mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm H MMaMBMWBMMMlaMMaMMaMMMMaHiiMS H VI k T'sPATTT1 AJrU ( pat! PATENTS g - s-r PH 8m4 ibalcb aad 'tirrtatla f your taraatlaa. iH Harry J. fUalaian, Atttnwr at Law aa4 Sallckar LaH ! fataata. 3M-S JaJga gMkt, gait Laka Ci...

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