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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 22 October 1909

BBBBBBBte-ta- -wMMMc, . """""WimHHIHHIIHHHHHiH BBaaaaV alHnfl H w bbH ! mHH m EwlflBB fl ftW rJHBHi tv I Iron County Record. vl b .. i Hl B ' . - iB Vol. J 6. Cedar Oty Iron County Utah Friday Oct. 22,. 1909. No. 46. ' ' JH I DOUBLE FUNERAL. Services Over Remains ef Wm.Sctopd- man and Harce Macfarlas-e. Lafl Held Sun Jay Afternoon In Tabernacle Large tten Jnnco of Friends and Relative?. fl Sunday afternoon Ht tho tabtruHole H a double funeral was bald over tke remains of William Sohoppmann and fl little Mateo Mbcfurlnne, and tho an fl dltorlutn atid gallery were filled to overflowing with sympathizing rela B tlves and friends The tabernacle was B beautifully decorated for tbeocoasien fl and flowers were In profoaiou. A fl noticeable wreath waa conspicuous H upoa the casket containing the mortal fl remalua of Brother Saboppmano, fl. presented by a number of fa Is dtamat fl lo friends ea n small token of the re fl epeot In whloh tbey held him It waa nomposed of waxen rosea bound H by ...

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. — 22 October 1909

H II H I Iron County Record f H V puv.iiiio iviky romy if H I:. CEDAR CITY. UTAH. A H 4 t ALEX. H. HOLLO f j . ESTA3USHE0 DICtMBER, 1803. H T CMTCnCO AT THE CIDAR CITV POST' 'L M OPriCE AO SECOND CLASS MATTCn. X, H X ... ' H I cuuocniPTioM $i.6o pen ylah j; H A ALWAYS IN AOVANCt. assssse v Hj Friday, Oct, 22, igop. h communications hi:- fused publication. H Tills wook wo iirt hi rooolpt of eov- H oral oommuiilontlouo which tho nuth- H ' ora Iihto roqutiatoi) to liavo published. H Knob of llioni uiakca mi endeavor to H arrlvo nt tho oiiuio of tho typhoid op H Idomlo, and inoldoiihilly aooro tho H hoard of honllli, iiIMioukIi oouoiilug H tho HuorliiKH In pollto IfiiiMimito. Wo H eo no roiiHon for further controversy H ovor thlo question for tho reason Unit H , tho Hoard of Iloalth In notlvoly on- H KBod In tryhiK to aolvo tho prohlom. H A qualified phyiilolin In nt tho hond H and nuroly known what ho la doing H ' and noiio on 11 aaauuo hlui of not IjoIiik H willing to do hi 11 duty. L...

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. — 22 October 1909

JEfW- ; 4HBH Hj m ill i i mill ii i -- I ,rdli hovr I Wept When I Knew SheVasDaad. My Mother." H Dear Editor; Tho ubovo cxpres- M slve wor'lB wore uttered by "Gough" 1 ' the Totnporonco Lecturer after ho bad 1 broken tbe hearts of b9 loving wife X Rnd mother by his reakloss, eblftloss 1 lifo. Like mnay otber young men he I Mid not roallzi wnnt bo was doing tin 1 'til be bad wrooRht suoh misery them 1J O bow be ropEuted nud tried to do H vV.te his whole tlma nod crc iy to tbo raolaltnioK of tbo wayward 1 bavo 'ooair-osod a few iluui of nppeul to all H of roy young friends who mar need n H word of oouusal tn help them to bet- ;tor otfort. J. S. P. BOWLER. SPEAK FOItTII AND SAVE MV I GUILD. , -Tod ay I sat and pandered where el w Jeuoo reigned supreme, My soul seomed rupt la wonder bo foro a mpgln eoone. Tbo picture now baforo mo nsaumod a living fcrm .And bookonod mo to follow with looks of bitter eoorn. lt lod mo to n olty where everything looked fair; ' "Whoro flllul love and innooo...

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. — 22 October 1909

HI 5 I $ 1 I OUR SMART CLOTHES ::, V J i I CANNOT HELP BUT " . T i II ' ATTRACT YOUR ,. " ' J0C. .i " - ' ATTENTION, Jf I ' ' ' . A Everything in Children's, Young If I- ,M M I ' TOT aud 01d Men's Suits and Over- M pg&M l ; I Jw8 coats, containing workmanship a?JJT ' mm j -I; ' ' ' wlp. and design of the most skilled in JmrY 'Mr W f JlW,,'N!r the art of cutting and designing. M$r$$Jiii0 - 1 1 I m-'-l AK WE GET ALL W MjsMl i S&Cr LlWl OUR CLOTHING DIRECT L :.dl I. m - WAI f4F FROM THE FACTORY. kf""--'Wk . I I -Wb.mW 'Children's suits $2.50 to $6. tt i - - " " i- I ' Til' ' Children's overcoats $2.50 to $7.25. Jr-' ' Rl B 1 !' 1 11 Young men's suits $3.75 to $16.00." ! '-'f """"" -Hl 1 I PTTiMw Young mens overcoats $5.00 to $15, Im 'Wfi i H 7'UMt Men's suits $10 to 29.50. mFkSWm i M I V tml Men's overcoats $12.50 to 20. (!4:''i' I n'W W Men's odd pants $2.50 to 7. 50. . Wl '; ''V '3 1 I j.l fl, Men's Corduroys $3.00 and 4.00.,.- Ihl ' . ' H t Jw.w Everything new and onappy. mt...

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. — 22 October 1909

i mm HKIHI How to Pre vent Typhoid. :vW57brr Ueatty if Ibe" Statolloara of I $UiUtb ban Issued a oiroular relative , rftotno typhoid fover epidemic thut la I '?. raging In Salt Lmko. Pint a of it nro i jappllCHblu to our on community, und Jt will bo lutorcntltiR for our readers ; ,.to poruso: , , At tho outlet ono essential and nil .important fnot ehoula bo understood nu constantly boruo In mind. Ty- pho id fever la u speclUo Infectious diBAHBO ouuecd by n Krm, known ,' aa tuo typhoid tmoillup, glron olf in tho excreta from u former ciec, aud can ho -cnUBed by uo other moons - Tbo beliet held hy niauy of tho laity . thnt nith7deoHycd vecclntlcn or tho , deitd bodies of uuitnala can oiiubo It " or that it originates from any cthor VBgue and iutungiblo nouroo ehould Qtico and for all be dteaardnd, aa It baa been nrovcu to bo totally un- I fouudod. It ehould bo further un- dotetood thut lu order to contraot thu , diieaa? tbo gonna muat bo Bwallorcod. Iii'View of this faut It can rokdil...

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. — 22 October 1909

H I "iVo PFzYz 77 Times, But a Little In The Lead"' I V I JUST RECEIVED. II I j full line of Gent's and Boy-'s Hats. ! I I I We bought them direct from the Factory Styles 1 1 I I are correct, the Prices just Right 1 1 h H GENT'S DRESS SHIRTS, A full and complete line to choose from. All new patterns and I m I we guarantee the entire Stock to be the best in the City I B I , Neckwear for the School Boy, the Student the Farmer I V" I Ladies' Skirts, Waists, Neckwear, Union Suits, Vests, .etc. Just received a new assortment of I m I Waists at prices that cannot be beat. I Hi I Groceries; we are complete in every department. Hardware, Doors and Windows, etc. - Come H and let us quote you prices. We defy competition; our business is handling mer- ) B H I chandise for the people, and we will give you the best service, the I m 1 1 best attention to your smallest wants that you I H can get in the City. ' I I GEDAR EQUITABLE CO-OP. ASS'N. ". I L""- H THc Store THat Belongs To TKe People. Watc...

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. — 29 October 1909

p . ihiuluiuhuiiiul ., , . ,, r . v-, ,, ,-. . ., . -, t .,jh r 91 Iron County Record. 1 - .. . . - ,,,,,, ...... fSH Vol. J 6. Cedar CUy, Iron County, Utah, Friday Oct. 29, 1909. No. 47 fJ . Parowan Letter. Parowau, Oct. 27, 1909. A. J. Guuu and Warreu Pendlotcn left for Mllford Wednesday. Prof. Goo. Durham and Wm. Mit obeli took h trip to Co lur laet Mcu diy. " Mrs. Lottie Dalley of Summit vvod in attendance at the postniHider'BCon ventlon whlob waa hold hero last Mjuday. Deputy State Auditor lleluer of Salt Luke Gity has boon at tho Oouu ty Seat auditing thu treasurer's rec ords. Wm. II. Ilolyoak has just loturned f 'om Luud, having taken hia hro'htr Amos Rogers there on his way to Snoviflake, Arizona. Mra Jamoa and daughter of Ogdon havo been visiting tbts week with rel atives hero and at Paragon a b. Mra. James is n slator of Georgo Ilolyoak of thla "place. Tho demooratio uominoo for may or, Job. P. McGregor, line refusod to run ou tho tiokot and the party lias por'uadod Jamos ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 October 1909

H . ! ; : : H A TEXAS CLERGYMAN Hj peaks Out for the Benefit of Suffer m Ing Thousands. H Rot. 0. M. Gray, Daptlst clergy H Bn, of Wultcaboro, Tor., Bays: t "Four yearn ngo I Buffered misery with lumbago. Every movement wnn ono of pain. Doan'fl Kid noy Pllln romovod tho wholo difficulty , nftor only a Bhort 7 time Although I do not llko to lmvo my nnmo lined publicly, rH I mako on ozcoption H fa Ui In cano, no that othor nufferors H from kldnoy troublo may profit by my H cxporionca." H Hold by nil donlorn. f0 contn a brpc H yostor-Mllbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y. H 8IX MONTHS. H I J;'jrtiiwMw ,rtgjd H Mrs, lllll Now, toll mo at once H arhero liavo you boon nil thin timo? j Dill Why, dour, it hasn't boon H long. H Mrs. Dill How daro you toll mo H Uwt7 You hnvo boon out nil night. M Women In Postal Service, H Tho dlntlncilon of llrnt nppoiutlng a H "wonmn poatmaiitor doon not bolong to H Amorlcn, nor 1b tho otuploymont of M worn on in tho pontnl norvico n now H Idon. Ab ourly nn 1GI8 n woma...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 October 1909

ra TOBETSIHI HOT Sir Douglas Gamble Is Lent by England to Organize It. Other British Officials Are Instruct Sing the Zealous Turks In Gunnery, the Use of Torpedoes, Naviga tion and Machinery. Constantinople. Whllo a Gorman ofneor Is occupied with reorGanlzlng tho army of tho Young TurkB, a Brlt iBh admiral, Sir Douglas Gambld, will endeavor to turn out a now navy. Ho haa boon lent for tho purposo by tho British government, and thoro are j with him tho following Instructors: Lieut. Tottenham, guunery; Lieut Gwynno, torpedoes; Lieut Faught, navigation, and Engineer Lieut Crols. dale, machinery. A Thanks to tho enlightenment and I real of Admiral Arlf Pasha, minister BK of marine, a great deal of prepara tory work was got through boforo tho arrival of Admiral Gamble, bo that tho latter found much bettor material to work upon than ho had been led to cxpoct ! Tho vossola had all boon docked and actlvo young omcers placed In command, several of whom had ac , qulrod a cortaln amount of cxp...

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. — 29 October 1909

H H r m. ii i in-nr " " ' - - H Iron County Record I M CEDAR CITY, UTAH. Z H 5 M 4 H ALEX. H. ROLLO H I I j ' ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1803. MM V KMTIRtD AT Till CCOAR CITV POST Z H OPriCK AS SCOOHO CLASS MATTER. y j f 8UO0CRIPTION UI.BO PER YtAR B ALWAYS III AOVAMCI. H Friday, Oct. ap, igog. H Have Mercy on the H Election Judges. 1 Thn plou In tiiudo to rill vpteiH who H will out their liitJlol noxtr Tuesday B thnt tlmy liuvo moroy on tho JuiIkch of H olootlon find Rot to tho pnlla early In 1 the dny and voto 11 btrnlnht tloUot. H Tho oount onn thou ho niudo qulokly H mid tho JikIkoii ho nblo to not homo h to Muouro tho muoh nooded rust thoy H will H It hiiH hoon customary In tho past H to put oil votliiK till tho lust moment H nnl thou Horutoli titimnrnlfully. H TIiIh him noaoaaltntori tho JikIrob H roitmluluK till tho muhM hours of the H mornliiK to aomplolo thu count. 'Ihlu H la all noiiHen&e, Ijookiiho tho votora H onuld Just hn woll voto curly mid H THHA1' TUB HL.KOTION JUDUK...

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. — 29 October 1909

I (I eflff - - t r-riM iryrn dnhm - - . ... . 1 W Smallpox Rampant H at Circleville. n Tha followDR is taken from tlio Eg m Lone Cedar and tells of a Eorloiis op- H Itiemlo nt smallpox nt Oirolevlllo. It H , also makes Bomo comments thr.t uro JI worth read ing : B There ate about thirty crises of smallpox lu Glrolovllle. OwIcr (o tbo heavy feluht ttnvol from Kiiofcb M dona tho Sevier it is mornliy cor tail) fl that tho smallpox will bo brought S into Kane County by Bomo curolc?c ' person. M Whon this haupeua, tho people of tho comity should uoo that there ore lloaltb Boards to token uro of tho did 'M esse. : ( LettinR these coutjgioue rllpunnc e run on for look of "gumption" to M control thorn is verv oxpcnalvu In the long run. It also brings to Bomo 'homes endloso sorrow. Ignorncco of H Iho better ways is a mjefortnnc; in I dlfforonoe, a or I mo. Either otio H places us ou tho piano of tllthy snv- H It is In tlmo of sudden mishap orae- m c'Jont that Chnmbot'laln's LlnUncnt M can be...

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. — 29 October 1909

B , iii .i i ii i i ,in .-- , w BBJ --. " " t 'f " ' M"l""" 1 ,in, ,.-1,.,.t..1 . t.---- m $ ' ' '? 1 ''"A" I OUR SMART CLOTHES ' ". 1 i I CANNOT HELP BUT Wf I I j ATTRACT YOUR ' fflL J I I I. ATTENTION. . Ipll I 'I I I A. Everything in Children's! Young ft m : I f W auft Old Men's Suits and Ovcf- Ml &M I Jflff 'coats, containing workmanship JlrfWm v 'H I iPPWfey aild desin of the m(st skilled in Jfell 4M f I MulFft fche art of cutting and designing. fSyV iSll ' i I 1 mlUS OUR CLOTHING DIRECT fT UI1 I . I Iviff FROM THE FACTORY. Ir.L .,JH '!l I mB-&ffl Children's suits $2.50 to $6. Mr Wk I . Tt-.l'l ' Childress overcoats $2.50 to $7.25. ffll'-' SBk ! I 1 i.li Young men's suits $3.75 to $16.00. JHi'". SSwSwl l I I' WJsaS" , . Young men's overcoats $5.0Q to $15. M ' : , . yllWl j, I I Ufi Men's suits $10 to 29.50. -Ml v' ':)?$M J! I f I' Ml Men's overcoats $12.50 to 20. ' -3$H H - i I 1 ItW M ' i Men's odd pants $2.50 to 7. 50. H ' B H ' ' i I I T' i IB '' Men's Corduroys $3.0...

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. — 29 October 1909

. BHHH Gumption on the Farm. Tho only muu not deeply ooiicomed in Rood roads in your county i) tho trump who goes that way but onoo. A sood many folks will haro cold Oncers before they are through busk ufi aorn this fa). Don't let that somebody he jou. Kcop a lot of beg string? hanging In the granary; and, many tluieB, 8omo in tho barn corao hundy. A broken harness enap io n good thing to bang thorn ou. Tho folks who do tho most dawdl- ingintbe Uno autumn Tjoathor nro ofton tho most unrprlsed when tho cold, wet senaou cntohea thorn with tbolr outdoor work half done. A horeo will do more, and do It teu timen more willingly, for tho mun who aayfl, "Get up!1' iib If be were uoiug ulong, too. Somo fanners bio surprised tbollrBt tlrao tbolr wives eoll enough butter to fliruleb tho table and tho wurdrobr. had uflor that they are surprised If ehe doesn't keep it up. All rubbish about tho placo that would barbnr insaots and other posts 'M thould bo olesned up und burned. If m It has not alr...

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. — 29 October 1909

V . IRON COUNTY RECORD B ALEX. If. HOLLO, Loue B CEDAR CITY. IRON COUNTY. VTAW l Ono of Uio signs of tlio tlmoa Hj Btraw lmlH marked down. B May wo took forward nnd upward z to a fltrlko of flying-machine opera- H j " According to tho woman'fl page a H llttlo cold cream will bo Good for the H nunburn. H fllnco It was not ablo to koop tho H Wright brothora Franco Is satisfied H with Dlorlot. B Aoroplanlng over tho Kngllsh chnn H nol Ib a safer job than soaring above B Htumpy Virginia fartna. H Howovol!thorcngiiBlf channol pmv H r.lod Julius Caesar n lot and Napoloon H navor could manago to crono It. H Victims of tho wook-ond habit do H not donlro to bo curod while tho H grand and lovely weather hangs H around. H Judging from tho way Irrigation H projoctii nro being anappod up tho H pcoplo of this country aro iitlll land H hungry. H With ono squint of tho prescient H oyo wo forosoo pooplo giving their H friends nuro euros for alriilcknonn H within a year. H Only a llttlo bltTmoro nnd ...

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. — 29 October 1909

I frfltttABKOr-" S-AGUAPAMTPr. H '"I mil In dealing with a Jowely store you vant a liberal supply of reliability with each purchase. Our goods are absolutely guaranteed nd fifty years successful business lias established our reputation for re liability. SALT LAKE CltX UTAH HARRY J. ROBINSOnI ATTORNEY AT LAW a04-30S Judya Building, Belt Lwh City NOTES FROM ABROAD. Prom Brussels and for American use tho bureau of manufactures, Washington, D. C, has rocoivod new application blanks and additional lit. ' craturo relating to tho international exposition to bo held In Belgium In 1910. A new Bteahicr, tho Vasarl, Intend ed for mall and passenger carrlago, has been put in service by tho Lam port and Holt lino, between Now York and Brazilian and Argentine ports. Durlnp 15)08 tho 308 furnaces' in 6outh Wales, .England, had an aver ago pig iron production of 30,000 tons, against 27,400 In 1907 and 16,000 In 1882. Tho Japanese government will next - year send commercial agents to Europe and Amer...

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. — 29 October 1909

I I LLLB I nil ill I III I I i in I i HI ii . , mm n- i...ii, H I II 'Wctf With The Times, But a Little In The Lead!' I I I I Jxjsrr RECEIVED. I I II A. full line of Gent's and Boy's Hats. 1 1 I H I We bought them direct from the Factory Styles 1 1 I H XB fl I H I are correct, the Prices just Right I I H I GENT'S DRESS SHIRTS A full and complete line to choose from. All new patterns and I B I we guarantee the entire Stock to be the best in the City I 1 H I Neckwear for the School Boy, the Student the Farmer I 1 M Ladies' Skirts, Waists, Neckwear, Union Suits, Vests, etc. Just received a new assortment of 1 I H H Waists at prices that cannot be beat. I 1 M I Groceries; we are complete in every department. Hardware, Doors and Windows, etc. J Gome M I M m I and let us quote you prices. We defy competition; our business is handling mef- I 1 M m I chandise for the people, and we will give you the best service, the II U 1 1 best attention to your smallest' wants that you I 5 I M II r can ...

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. — 5 November 1909

I Vol. J 6. Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday Nov. 5, J909. "Vifl flttfl I BI RICHARDS AND I C0DNSE&I0N0RED. ' ? Respect Shown to Retiring Bishopric of Parian. H Excellent Time Had. and Splendid H Program Ustened'to by Those H in Attendance !f H Parowan.Novombor 3. H V An entertainment was tendered to H . ",,(t Bishop -Morgan Richards and Uret H counselor Wru. II. Holyoak on the H '20th ult. by the different useooia H tlons of thn ward la appreciation of H the long and ialthtul Bervicns rend- H -ered by these brothers.' Too Opera H House in which the affalritook place B waa packed, aud all listened with H great pleasure to the following pro- H gram: If H Anthoin by the Ohoir, "Light aud H Life Immortal. " H Prayer, Dp. Adams. m H b. Anthem, "I have set Watchmen on Thy Walls." ? H AddrosB, Bishop Mltohell. H Rsa'ding, Wru. L. Adams." H Talk, Pres. L. N. Maradeu. v' Solo, George Durham. R Remarks, Wm. T. Morris, TSnpcr- B, Intendent of Sunday Sobool. ' B Ada McGregor sang in a ...

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. — 5 November 1909

T"' HH IB' I Jr & " ' 1 Sflfll BBS! " '' l BBbI H IRON COUNTY RECORD H' AIXX. H. KOJLLO, jUhm HPf CEDAR CITV, IROM COVHTY. VTAK H It la an 111 wind that blows no good ftft to the hatter. Bolivia should atop and count 100 ftft boforo going to war. HftH As yet tho aorophTno men cannot go Hftft up for an all-day plcnlo, taking tholr HftHftHftHV lunch along. mWmW Ab tno lltof BUinmor tragedies PW grows larger tho nood for groator caro trows plainer. H Now Yojrjfi evidently harboring loo many Chinaman who look on inur flcr as a pantlmo. H King Kdward la gottlnglo ho a Vet. eran ruler, for ho has entered upon . , tho ninth year of his reign. BBBB HB Now that The hoUwoatlwr rocord HH Imn boon broken, It la to bo hoped It HB will bo mondod and ntny no. HI A Virginia woman Hljotlior htiaband hocnuHO ho Instated on playing a phon ogrnph. Thin In a rocord cano. H Through dlsHnltTons "anil I "tho lack ol B fundu tho movement In Now York to HPk build n chlldron'a thontor hnu boon ft abandone...

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. — 5 November 1909

I mwHHBBfflm wmS&fmi i II mfflffl ""Mh"" . l IMiBBH 1 - -- ,, , " ' ExwjSewa 1 Ceawscsxe System t Jhspels cotos a& Headaches awco CosxYcm; ( x Acs wawva, ad&Yy as alaxaYvve. IksovMcwVoxucwaCM-TSv-yQu audi 0d. To $o Ys bexxeJVcxaX eWecs, j aXwuvs buy e QoxvuVcve i manufactured by tk j CALIFORNIA ! Fig Syrup Co. ; SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS U 0"e size only, regular price SO4 per bottle. SI 1 IN YOKOHAMA. 1 V V a A T Jack I "wish I had my signal book. Bust mo, I'll bot that bond of the j wrist means something saucy. Cobblestones for Baltimore. R2 Tho Brooklyn Standard Union Bays that "those people from tho rural re , clone who jeer at Manhattan's horso i -cam may take noto that tho Baltimore j city council 1b preparing to pavo a street with cobblestones." f, , t . i Mrs. Wlnslow'd Soothing Syrup. j Tor children toothlnp, Boftetn tho Ruraa, reduces ft j AaaunaUon, allays pain, euro wind colic SsoabolUo. I Out of a total of 18 south polo ox- ' "pcdltlons ulno have been Bri...

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. — 5 November 1909

HnWi B'"' Iron County Record I HB v runtime tvir riv at ? i CEDAR CITY. UTAH. 4 ALEX. H. ROLLO ESTA3LI8HEB BECEMBER, 1803. I EHTEfltD AT TUB CCOAR CITY POST- OrriCB AS SICOND CLASS matter. 4 4 ........... 7 aUDQCRIPTION tf.00 PER YtAR T ALWAYS IN ADVAHCB. J H Friday, Nov, ?, oo. p' VERY QUIET The EIlon in CwTr Hj ttfcCTluN Tuesday wai conceded to B be the quictce-t ever held since the thVJt- H , ion on parly lines. The morning dawned bright and fair H mid was nn ideal day for election, and H ; the various voters rather enjoyed getting L. out to cast their ballots. KT There was no excitement to speak of V and very few of the would be politicians V were in evidence. It seems that ever H since the tickets were placed in the Held H a feeling was manifested that the election H would go but one way, and that was to V the republicans, which was correct, they mM winning every office. H After the count of the ballots it H was found that not near r. full vote was H cast, and that but very lit...

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