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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

J Df'dpf rornlndyouThilWnls Is Cue chief (train market of tho British Empire, and through its excellent geographical position, ns well as through tho enter prlso of its millers, it is now tho sec ond milling center in the world. Sond to any authorized Canadian Government agent for copy of Atlas and Information os to railway rato, -etc. i ' Artificial Pearls. The Japanese have discovered a method of producing artificial pearls, which no one can tell from tho genu v Ine article. "''; Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, u meroury will nircly dcatroy tbo tene of emell 1 .. and completely dcranirc the whole ayiitcin whoa entering It throUKh the mucous nurfacea. Such ArUoloi ahotiM neer ho lined except en nreicrlp tloiu from reputalilo iihyalclana. as the daraaco they , will da la ten fold to the Rood you can poalbly de rive (rout them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured 1) K.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contain no mer cury, and la taken Internally, acting directly up...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 24 October 1903

B3' which "Truth" says: - This is utterly false. It is and H has been a matter of public notoric H ty, undenied, even openly confessed that Joseph F. Smith and other po- H lygamists tinder the oid regime have H been living with their plural wives. H There was no secrecy about it, and H why has it been impossible to briny H the offenders to punishment? Per- H haps County Attorney Westervelt, H one of the signers of the protest, h couui answer that question if he would. When the late grnnd jury H was in session, impanr.eled at the B instance ot bsnator Kt-ains for the H sole purpose of invi-stigatiiiij tlu M marital relation of members ot the M Mormon church In the lujpe ot co 1 crcmy the church into rxerciMiig its 1 p'Jitly influence in belnrlf of hena M t( Kt-.tniH .ind Pti iv Heath loi M c ion to i ii- United Stales senate, M Ciiiiy Atiitniey WiMervclt had for M a Mine charge of tm raud jury. M Ii' was expected to imu to the B k owlcdgf of the uit-mbcr of me 1 grand jury violations...

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. — 7 November 1903

I Iron County Record. I I YoL l0- Cedar Gty, Iron County, Ujah, Saturday, Nov. 7r 1903, "No44 H I AN ENTHUSIASTIC I CITIZENS' MIX I Excellent Singing, Music and Rousing I Speeches. I CANDIDATES EXPRESS THEMSELVES H The Nominee fur Mayor will if Glect- H oil do his Utmost to put Down H the Liquor Traffic. M Tho Inst shot befoio election was H fired last Monday-night by the Citizen's m l'arty. when In largo concourse of ladies and gentlemen met in tin; Wind - Hull to see and hear I lie clfoico pro- 1 gram tliut luid been provided for the H occasion. At eight o.eloek the cxit- cise began by the tendering ot an ex- ccllent Cornet tint! Organ solo by Pro- H lessor 0. C. Anderson and Miss Sadie H Jones at the conclusion of which H iNHimxnou DiiKuiH , addressed tho meeting. Tho sit tin- tion has chnnged since the noinluatlon m of the citizens ticket; at that time it M was thought tho enemy was in B sight, tl was believed that the M part of tho community that favored M tho licensing of the ...

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. — 7 November 1903

I - B Making a Sundial. H If you over should loso your watch B you can mako n Biindlal out of a wator M tumbler. Tnko a plain tumbler and B closo its top with a round slat of wood H Into the center of which stick a lam- B ing needle. On the outside of tho BBbBbBbBbBbBbBBi rvL fr-sti -. vS - ?v Ss b I bbbI i h.? v-J bbB Wsfir bbh illiiitii bbbbbb m -glass pasto a narrow strip of paper m which hsia been soaked in oil. Thim l place tho glass on a slanting picco of H -wood and the sundial is ready. At 5 M In tho morning placo tho glass bo that B the ncedlo throws a shadow on oao B ond of tho strip of paper, and mark fl tho siot with a lino and No. 5. After HH each hour mark tho shadow of tho H noedlo, and at 7 in the ovening you B -will have a rellablo sundial. B The Ants' Suspension Bridge. M Mon .build bridges of strong wlro P ropes, monkeys, mako them by cling- B ing to one another's, tail. There aro, B how.over, other creatures who mako B suspension bridgos tho duvio ant of P Africa...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 November 1903

I 1 " UIW " I ill . II mini I III ' lllb III '- II III I LET THIS COUPON BE YOUR MESSENGER OF DELIVERANCE FR0A KIDNEY, BLADDER, AND URINARY TROUBLES. It's tho pcnplo who i . -i Tbn ronton yott can doubt mill booo in o crt tliU trlul trva Is bo- ,mrcil while tliry dnulit j ? ;! cniiso limy euro Kidney who iirnlie Doan'i l'llls AVi&. ZJoailS PS Ills iuiiI will pruvu H to the lileliest. Wl s&ffcj ffWSn ou' Achlne backs are eased. M WvBfl'"0tt6Y Mf$Mg Wrar IJiunch, Mien. Dip, back, and loin pains fSI v.-rar ... -O ESSggl "Uoati'aKldncyl'lUshittho , . VTercoine. BwelllDt;of the TM Vjj ..,vl rlUS, &iggi case, which was an unusual limbs and dropiiy signs VW milt 50 cvhtb. IjjJSSS? dcslro to urlnnto had to anlsh. A a..otoi. VSjsS Ret up nvo or six times of Thoy correct urine with XOcnmiv CVvum uMTVy u night. I think diabetes brick dust sediment, high vunwin nv,n mn t n v, . wa8wcii urulorway, the colored, pain in passing, .Mr foot and ankles swelled. dribbling, frequency, bed ,M...

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. — 7 November 1903

H Iron County Record f . 1 H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H T ....PUBLISHER-'. T H M $ ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 1 H H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- i H OFFICE AS 8EC0N0 CLASH MATTER .. H 4 M !u OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLA8S X H J SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR B ( ALWAYS 114 ADVANCE ' 4 B ! 'J "5 X" 'J1 5 J5" J $ 5 X ! IJ J 2 2 ! "i ! ! H SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 93. H CHURCH INFLUENCE IN POLITICS. H A significant feature of the com- M platntahat is so often made in rela- H tion to church influence in polit ics is the fact that this complaint is H never made by the winning side. H If the Democrats score a victory H they arc never heard to complain of H the interference of the church, H while if theg. o. p. succeed in turning H their adversaries down they arc not H heard from on the subject of church H influence. The fact of the matter ff is that either party is quite willing B that the so called church influence M .should be used, if they arc the bene- H ficiarics. It has become the rule H here ...

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. — 7 November 1903

a 'A I CORRESPONDENCE. parowan! r (Scclal CorrcsK)ii(leiico.) Purovvan, Nov. 4. Miss Joslo Curtln is improving licr hotel, malting It tnoro comfortable for licr guests. Tho Mnthcson boys havo been very successful In jotting good Hows of wilt or on tho Iloblnson claims near UtieK horn. Tho Equitable and Co-op stores hivve been taking; stock lntoly, ' propanitory to tholr annual dividend, or stockhold ers meeting. Wo aro truly thankful to some well disposed person who made the church a present of a beautiful gilt edged bl- blu. Tho donor modestly withheld his i name. ' Wood hauling Is now tho order of the day, the lovely weather of tho past few weeks allowed thu husbandman to Rath er in tho bounties of nature in good condition. The schools uro going on in tho even tenor of tholr way, that is, tolerably even, tho variation being 2 to .'50 mln iteo dally, the clock that was so relia ble hitherto having gone on strike, or . , n jag or something, reminding us pain fully that the grand rep...

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. — 7 November 1903

awbT Hi AWAW " M The Vigil of Love. H When the mornliiK sun Is peeping At purptirenl dnybrcnk, sleeping AWI In the mist AWJ When tlio drowsy birds nro crooning WJ UayB their throiits will soon bo tuning, WJ As wo list AWI When tlio golden glow, o'orsprcadtng Am All tlio canopy. Is shedding AWI Sunlight, kissed AWI When tlio world, with gladness throb- H blng, AWI , Wnkes to Joy that sleep Is robbing, AWI To exist V Then my love to her Is winging, AWI In a Jeweled chariot swinging, AWI Through tho mist: AWI . And my henrt of hopo Is dreaming, AWI As my mosiagos go streaming AWI To my queen. HM) When tho gold-red sun Is setting, AWI' And tho wind Is but coguottlng K With tho trees V When horizon bluo is tinted AWI With oxpunso tlio sun 1ms glinted AWI LIKo a frieze V When tlio. ratnbow-sky Is blushing, AWI And tho ovontldo Is (lushing V With tho breeze AWI When tho twilight lingers lowly, Am- Fades and fades, and sinks so slowly AWI To tho loss AWI Then my thoughts to her nro winging,...

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

''" '' ' " ' '" " " II II I I II llllllj . ABARTEREDXIFE, INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION ft CHAI TEU IX. (CONTINUBD.) i Opposition was futile, but Constance's Countenance was so downcast at tho .prospect of tho excursion, that Edward mado a pretext, before going out, to I ' call h'cr Into tho ndjolning sittinjT .room. . "How havo I forfeited my place In your good graces?" ho began, In playfulness, that was lost In earnest ness boforo he finished his speech. "I have tried to porsuado myself that your cold avoidance of mo for wcoks pant, .and your reject on of my services when, over It Is possible for you to dlspenso with them, was, In part, nn unfounded fnncy of my own, and partly the re sult of your absorption In tho dear duty that has domanrted your time and thoughts. I hnvo begun lately to havo other fears drcat'B lest I had un wittingly wounded or displeased you. Po mo tho Justlco to bollovo that, If this bo so, tho offonso was unconsci ous." "You havo offered none nono what eve...

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. — 7 November 1903

Hi 1 raaMiiaBfagiilHe (l "" II ! "Will WHtoTiwwrjiCfll H I A full asssortment, lines 1 I H4 I . and sizes of Boys' and J I 1 Men's - I 1 i 1 I ibshhow 1 l ft I mi i 1 W umn m i H I I . J I A J JL 11 1 1 i JL I ' i H . I 1 Ladies' Furs, Jackets, Mantles, Capes, in great variety and charming. Woolen blankets white 1 H t I jj' , tanned, mottled. Cotton Blankets from 60c to H l"-"- " $1.90, extra good. Underwear,N Latter Day I Al H I I Saints' knitted garments, pants and vests, also E l k a I Union Suits. Our Ha'ms and Bacon are choice; "1 H 1 I cheaper than you can buy in Salt Lake City. 1 H I " g Cream of wheat for breakfast. The-finest as- 1 H 1 N sortment of pickles in the city. Handsome Lino- j j b ro m leum. A Large assortment of heatjng Stoves, f"" """" v 1 1 from $4.50 up to $14.00. Also a number of ex- n I H n B 1 cellent ranges and cheap cook stoves. Prices M"- I , .1 lOWi stove Beards very handsome. All sizes of 1 , - B H a 3 stove piping and elbows. We are paying for g P H ,...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 November 1903

' m m I .Iron Coimty Record. I Hf :-' ;- . z , . , j 1 I V'- '" - -y cj h(M ctiiVtih, SatordayTY. u, 'm'" '" Noils I I WITH OUR FRIENDS I IN PAROWAN. ' I.D. Evans, Jr's. Close Call. Thrown I Under a Load of Wood. I PHIM'RY CONFER'NCB.-COUNCIL DOINGS Old Folks Entertained by Relief So- clcty. Dr. D. A. HcUrcgor Want ed by (larflcld Co. People. r Oct. 11, 1001. Tim barometer indicates wind for a day or two, Tho old folks over (15 are invited to diuc in the opera houso tomorrow. Wa had baroly enough of tho "beau 'tiful" to whiten the ground yesterday morning. Win. Tliornton liad tho mlsfortuuo to . loso two lingers of his left hand at Clr- clovillc a few days ago by getting them caught iu a threshing machine. . ' '-Two of our young men arc having an I attack of typhoid fever, namely James W. Halterman and Wm. O. Benson, tho latter being tin- most serious of tho two. Tho City Fathers met on Monday and canvassed the election returns and Instructed the rccordor to Issue certiil .. cates t...

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. — 14 November 1903

H? hhhhhI HHHhI HHBHHB H -4. hhb H ill bH I Iron CoiMty Record. I H VcL '" T7 edilr ty' ho" C'Y' U'1'' SaiardayTNOT." H, " 19037" """NoS M WITH OUR FRIENDS IN PAROWAN. HH M v I.-D.- Evaws, Jr's. Close Call.TIirown H ;r.. Under a Load of Wood. H' FRIM'RY CONFER'NCE.-COUNCIL DOINGS H Old Folks Entertained by Relief So- H clcty. Dr. I). A. ncOrcgorWrnit- H cd by Unrflcld Co. People. H Out. 11, 100 J. BH Tbivbarouictcr indicates wind for a HB day or two, HB The old folks over w are invited to BH dine in the opera houso tomorrow. BH' We bud hardy enough of tho "beau- HB 'tiful" to whiten the ground yesterday HB morning. BBI HB Win. Thornton had the misfortune to H, loso two flngct'3 nf his left hand at Cir- BH elovillc a few days ago by getting them H caught iu a threshing machine. BH Two of our young men arc having an HB attack of typhoid fever, namely James BH W. Haltcrman and Win, O. Benson, HB tho latter being tin- moat serious of tlio BH two. BH The City leathers met on Monday HB an...

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. — 14 November 1903

B , - ! -- i 11 ,i , , mi H r n". j i --- - -,,- - 1 1 i. . . i t -i ii i- - i .- - - - - "" .i i nat 1 ' Girl's Frock. J Faaliion In kindly disposed toward BBJ tmmg girls this season nnd ninny of "" , tho protty modish BBfl JmSd V Mens in tholr BBfl Br VJ$ dresses aro mcro BBS IT o!Nv ropllcna of tho pro- BBfl n 7' vaIlln5 stylo for BBBx vtr- I Al I ol,lor people. In K J rnci J 1 t,l() daln,y doslsn BB (iiI'Mpv 8,lown llGro tho BBfl 'II IAm t Bani "road shoul- BBfl JLtv (lor orroct ,s car BBs t r'c1 out 'u a vcry BH f x uiilquo bortha. BH ' TT "" T,lc dross, which BH J Is plaited, very BH J much on tho "Qlb- BBJ '! 1 Bon" orilcri opcnB BH . "t under tho plait in BH front and on tho shouldor. Tho front BB"- nd back of tho dross aro tho same, BH and It makes a charming llttlo frock BH without tho bertha. Tho wnlst may BB bo bndo with or without tho lining. BB Tho skirt is .circular In shapo, a stylo BH which 1b very becoming to tho youth- BH ful woarcrs. BB Tho modo will dovolop sati...

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. — 14 November 1903

A PROMINENT CpURQH WORKER! SAs"""" I . SljffllWES HER LIFE IT' PE-RU-NA. . n i .M.l,.,:sgvr , w,n filOi .vAV flfl rf" P! PRESCRIPTIONS ! Mrs. Hattio La Fountain, Treas. Protected Home Circle and Catholic , Ladies of Ohio, writes from Gallon, O., asfollows: j! j! ''After my first child was bom I suffered for several months with '! ,; bearing down pains accompanied by dreadful headaches. I was afraid ', j , my health was rained for, life, and felt very downcast about it. One day ! !, when a friend was visiting mo she told me of Peruna and what it had ! i, done for her when she suffered with irregular menstruation. My husband !' ,i procured n bottle the same evening and t began to take It daily according J . . ' o directions. Before the first bolte was used I was entirely well, and !' , you certainly have one grateful woman's blessing. I have also advised I 1 1 my friends to use It." S ' L- AtRS' I1ATTIB LA FOUNTAIN. Secretary Womans State . Federa ,.' tion Says; "Pe-ru-na Does More Th...

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. — 14 November 1903

B H Iron County Record HH CHARLES 8. WILKINSON H ....PUBLISHER... H .............................. Hj ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, IBB3 H ENT6R60 AT THE CI D Aft CITY POST H OFFICE At GECOND CLASS MATTCff r t H OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS H ', H SUBSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR BBI X ALWAYS IN AOVANCC H SATURDAY, NOV. 14. 1903. H . X NON PART1ZAN. H' Complaint has liccn made by ccr- H1 lain parties that the Record has not R been non-partiz.Mi in its treatment H of tho municipal election in this city. H These who supported the Republican Hj ticket claiming that the influence of Hj thenaper was used in the interests ft. of the oilier party. The facts in H' the case arc these. Wc consider H; - thtit in supporting the move that the H people in our city were making for H bettering of the moral and social W Ctfudltiolirvswerc working in the ' interests of the entire ctnr.muuitv.and not in the interests of any party or H faction. All parties took part in M the nominating of the Citizens ticket M an...

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. — 14 November 1903

! CORRESPONDENCE. NOmALNOTEsTjl Nov. 10, 1G03. lu.lruotqr Burgess gavo a very able talk in chapol this morning. Ills sub ject wn9 "The Importance aud Power I of Truth and the Necessity of bolng Truthful. The Normal musical club will give .their first entertainment this evening. It will consist of ladies' and gcntlo men's choruses, instrumental selections by t lie bnml und Mundolln V Guitar Club und piano solos. All the students attended tholr chop . ol Friday morning. One Of our stu dents, ,1ohn Gublor, spoke on the char acter of studeuts and brought homo to many their duty to themselves and all concerned. Students society was filled to over flowing last Friday night. All woro eager to have "an evening with the negroes." A very Interesting program consisting of negro songs nnd topics concerning negro life was carried out. The physics class" has just completed the subject of the Mechanics of Solids and will be examined on it next week. Instructor Ward thinks thatthe hardest chapter i...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 November 1903

MM Urn i ', i ' i 'wj H- GROW FOR. MAN YEARS.' H Not Until Flijty Does .1 Man 8toj In 1 creasing His Stature. H Hcccnt statistics- lmv'o proved 'that H man's staturd lncron'ries up to tho ago of fifty years. This" la a refutation of MM tho former bcHof, according to which M mon stopped growing at twonty-two or MM twonty-thrco. H J "Boys and girls," said a surgoon, ( "vary oddly In tho rapidity df tholr m growth. Tito fastest growth' export MM enced In llfo comes botfyceri tho ages , of ono and flvo. Coys and girls grow 1 about equally here.' m "From flvo to t6n.tho boys outstrip tho girls, but from'ten to,'flfteou tho MM girls outstrip tho boys. .-At elovon and 1 fourtcon tho girls aro tho boys' suporl B ors In hlght, and from ten to fifteen 1 they avo tho boys' suporlors In wolght. B "But between slxteon and twenty H tho boys forgo ahead, taking at that BH, ago n lead which thoy nevor again ro t Hnqulsh. Tho boys coaso tholr pcr BB coptlblo growth at twenty-three; tho B-i girls cea...

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. — 14 November 1903

' 1 HBSBBY MARION HARLANa8Saj ' " ''' INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION' & CHAPl'DR X.fCoNTinunn.i -jff ft waB early in Marca when Constauce ", percolvotl, or fancied she perceived, a tnarkod alteration in the demeanor of l 'her brothor-ln-lnw. Ho wao not leas - kind, and his fraternal attentions wero S '.rendered freely nnd cordially as ever, I but ho was less gay, and was addicted to fits of abstraction, profound, al ii though apparently notadhjlo his IU absonco from tho famllyclrclejwlth- fi out apology, becamo so common that It vj ceased to provoke Hnrrlot's frivolous H Wonder, and to disappoint Mr. Withers. Constanco had never complained of or romarked upon this. 3flut her mind was tossed night and day upon a tu tnitltuoua tide of conjectures, Bho would 'aln havo termed apprehensions, rath er than hopes. Up to this date she hod believed her lovo and Kfr misery to bo unshared and unsuspected by him; had reiterated, In her fllmBy Belf-deceptlon, tlianksglvlngs choked by tears t...

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. — 14 November 1903

H( - "" . ., . . tw- . A Jt.LMm A w'Sfc .. ' . . ,., II ' ' ' ' . ',,,' I i i ii i i i .'-."'.. rrr . s , . . Hi ",".Uj."-, .-- -" '- "'-', ii.j : L-:: '' VL! 1 - m MMMMMMiMIMMMMWBMlBWMBWBHWMi H A full asssortment, lines H1 and sizes of Boys' and B Men's - I clothTng H . i Ladies' Furs, Jackets, Mantles, Capes, in great H variety and charming. Woolen blankets white H:.. tanned, mottled. Cotton Blankets from 60c to - H $1.90, extra good. Underwear, Latter Day H Saints' knitted garments, pants and vests, also H v Union Suits. Our Hams and Bacon are choice; w ' , cheaper than you can buy in Salt Lake City. j . Cream of wheat for breakfast. The finest as- j ' sortment of pickles in the city. Handsome Lino- ' leum. A Large assortment of heating Stoves, H from $4.50 up to $14.00. Also a number of ex- , ! cellent ranges and cheap cook stoves. Prices H " low. Stove Beards very handsome. All sizes of : H stove piping and elbows. We are paying for 1 '. good clean wheat, $1.50 per hundred; Bar...

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. — 21 November 1903

1 & '- hheh I Iron CouifrY" Record. m jhbm; -- -.. - ,IT ji" An IDHBsSflBrflnl B Vo1- '" ; CedaTcity, Iron Countft 'Utah, Saturday, Nov. 21, 1903. 'Hof' MsUl E MUTUAL MPR0VE H MENT CONFERENCE MB Two JIcetillgs ,,eld Last Sunday in w jCedar Tabernacle. MRS. ELIZABETH McCUNE PRESENT. uW Behavior In Places of Worslilp, and ,Hf ricrits of Book of Alormon and H Doctrine & Covenants. f ' Last Sunday tlio Young Men's and Ek Young Ladies Mutual Improvement jS Associations of the Pnrownn Stake held j'M their annual confereneo in tho tuber V nnclo in this city, beginning at 2 o'clock p. m. President Handle .Jones rf the Y. M. M. I. A presided nt the afternoon M session, which was' devoted to the M young men's part of the conference, 9f and President Annie Dalley of the Young Ladies Association presided in the evening. I After the usual opening exercises I the general authorities of the Mutual f Improvement Associations were pre- k ' scnted and sustained, after winch Ran- dlo M. Jones ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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