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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 4 March 1910

- - - --., . . .... . . ... ..j. ., agTww mm i I i i iimi.iaimiiM.t... ., u YOl) CAM TAKE THIS i AS "STRAIGHYltiflDS." Tho following clipped from tho'ttijws, , tho most ralinblo sheet In UUib, o-tn bo jtaken by tho Record renders ns straight goods," and after reading, forget tho excitement caused by tho "chance" that tho Salt Lalnj-Kotitb, (might build through tho Cedar valley, 5 and then get to work, boost for good ' l roads, break up sdmo of our arid land, cultlvato'it; In fact "got busy" and do t something besides sitting idly down waiting for tho railroad: Reports from Los Angeles, whero tho ofllcials of the Oregon Short Lino l ami tho Salt Lako Route lire In confer once as to tho mattor of rebuilding tho " washed out xrt!on of tho latter road ( '; in the Meadow Valley, aro to tho effect .hatltls probable tho road will bo ' constructed at least temporarily, on 1 its present roadbed, and that a perma nent road will bo built practically ov ' cr tho same route, but on a much 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. — 4 March 1910

Mr 4'liraPiiiHBl v tHBHjHV i i i ..in InHGHV I Local Items: HnHHH jGciri'rvly to pi not your gut-dun', BhSBBHHK TlwUlmo Is now rlpo for this work. SShBHH I',)U' 1U:VTAL' HUeren acres khHW' t;oojl luccrn lund. Apply tn B. .1, Fo HhbhBhSmS HHHHfF jWinotlffto thlR month Ut Hrtpch inHr Nofnw'f 'iRBKot imll team will contest 9HHV wltfi tho Mtirdock Academy town. nHV' Sfksyornl of our cit.ly.cn liflvo been WtMK '""' lifkuijntr wood the- pitftt month and HHT found it f'tuly irmrkot for it nt good wBKtKREr ' " ' SSSH&B 1 ' ifaces 8 and 10c per yard HrafjojB ' selling Saturday, .March 5th, BKEuHI at pedar Sheep Asa'n. for 4c WBBBBM PT yard. wBBM Tho Worn Ward nuihorltlCH havo jjHHr boon hoMliiK.n Horinn of eottiifjn moet- HH li'Kft thin winter that Imvo born woll.nt- IHft tonilod Thuy havo been intorHtlng Hv ' aw 'lflV(1 nt'" tno tueanH of doing (much goad along gwpol linos. yVo better time than Satur l, day, March Sth to purchase W- ' "summer lawns. Regular prices HBT' 25c and 30c per y...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 March 1910

WJ' " ' ', - Ccdat, QtvIrbn County Utah, Friday, Mar, U, 1910, : ' " No. ,4 !, F CHLORDE CANYOR (wners, of Valuable Mining Claims .Secure :; I Financial Aid with Which to I ! Develope Properties. I a- .'Considerable lutorost Iirh been 'i wotkod uu iu mtuluK ciroleB the pnat , woek ou uocimnt of tbo visit uf aep. r ' ItaHtjt noi , mining expert to Uio f Chloride Canyon properties. For eev- eral-years It-hns been known that this ' OH'.vn cm 1 vhIuuI l im -I deposits nnd tho locators havo hi ways hfti HHiKtiit it-at tit sumo i'iuo eoouer ur lalor. it would be dovel- oped. Th lit timo now 6eemn to havo hi rived Bomo month nr bo bro the awnors of tho varlouB ol alius in that locality 1 begnu negotiations with Qco. Win. ' Rnv of Chicago, ill., nud Ronald i). Rioklu of St. LouIp, Mo , these con- ' tlomeu belug flucul agontB nud heavily Interested In mining interc&to In var inns parts, of the country. Thoy h men well known in the mining world and ore continually on tho lookout for jtits...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 March 1910

m I Iron County, Recor,df H CEDAR CTY, UTAH. H 4 ALEX. H. ROLLO bbH w unit 4 H I ... H E3TA0USHED DECEMBER, 1883. H 7 CHTEnCO AT THE CKOAR CITY POST. ? H 2 OFFICII At StCONO CLASS MAtTSR. S H X & 1 T 8UD0CRIPT1ON $1.00 PGR YEAR T H Z ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. V B Friday, Mar. n, 1910. H FOLLOW SUIT, 'flic regular meeting of the Alumni H Lkwc Tuesday evening wm devoted to a M discussion of modern methods of fighting B disease, an interesting paper being given M on the subject by Mrs. Lillie Jones. H Tlic discussion centered mainly on local 1 health conditions, especially the typhoid H situation. A strong sentiment was cx- H pressed by the society that the school Hj and community should make immediate H and unceasing efforts to stamp out the H dread disease and the members pledged H themselves unanimously to support all R movements in this direction and to use H their Influence to sltr up a sentiment for H better sanitation. H Feeling that in order to do effective B preventative work act...

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. — 11 March 1910

yJHC GREEI FLAML W Story of What Happened In SJM Death Valley. mI By CUTH BERT BAKER. .(Copyright, 1910, by American Prcaa Abso r elation. V "Father, tell us n story nbout some- . thlng that occurred when you lived otii in the far west." '""A true story nbout something thnt really" happened?" i " "Ves; a real true story!" shouted i Jj, several children at once. . ( rft "Very well. I'll toll you what hnp- 'tS pened to Anron Winters nnd his wife, f ' " s . Itosle. In the Death valley region." '. $ "'. "Death valley! That muRt have been J an awful place." '"Thnt's why they called It Death ! valley. It was so hot that people ' couldn't live there. Aaron nnd Itosle f . 'didn't live in the valley, but In a gulch called Ash meadows, not far from the f mouth of the valley. Hut even at Ash meadows It was desolate and lonely. j The couple lived In a little hut on the t side of a mountain. The country was I ' , wild and rugged, so wild and rugged J tltat no one else would live there. j Their c...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 March 1910

B H ifMMMHNBMMnMMNMMNM I B H " ' " ' $ H fl I ,;, WeOfeForStibscrdption, subj:6cPtovfigia',0k' " I I I I S.dbo SHiivmzE3 I I 1 I Of the Treasury- StocK of II H I Th Standard Consolidated Mining' Qjom.pa.tiy I J H I oftUtaK. I I H I The Company has twenty claim in the Pinto Iron Disfcrt. iron Co.. 1 I H I situated in the Chloride Cannon. Capitalization Sf f l,O0O;QO I I I ; rj divided into 1,000,000 'shares of the par value Llfe I I cents per share. 60$)9000 shares in the treugl J I H I i ury, liully pai( and non-assessable. I 1 I DIRECTORS---!). M.- Clark, Cedar City, Utah; J. R, Rickards, Cedar Gik Utah: F. D II m M Clark, Provo, Utah; Albert H Kelley, Salt Lake City: Geor4?. Schultz, Salt I I B B ? H fl Lake City; Ronald B. Ranlftn, St. Louis, Mo.; George WiiliafriRay? .Chicago. H I I 1 1 CONSULTING ENGINEER Ctarles A. Porter, E. M Salt Lafte City. I J H I I ' Enrfinoers's report -with assay values, together yith maps, will he furnished upon application. The H 1 H H m. K Hi H I 1 ...

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. — 18 March 1910

1 IroM dbUMTY Record, I I V& J 7. Cedar City, Iron County Utah, Friday,. Mar: 18 JO. No. 15 I JM fl M - - . . . , J H j!k. fretwell dead ; attracted PflefWHHiia Which Was Cause of His Demise. Was ill but Eight Days Refused .-. Medical Assistance Died a ' ' rv ,true Latter-day Saint. t Snndny nfternonn tbo pcoplo who were in attendance at the conference were stnrtled when leaving the taber naclo to lonrn that John R. Fretwell had died. Very fow people even know tbBt ho bad been ill, and were unprepared for the etnrtlltiR uowb. Johu hud contracted n heavy cold bohio eight days bpforo his denth, and had taken all Blmplo romedieb naiinl in oneea of this kind, but tbo nold had fsstonod itself upon hla luugs und Duoumonia developed, Bro. Fretwell was not much of n believer in physicians and ropeatedly rofu8d to have ono in Httondanae. I Ilia brother Orson urged upon him tho necessity of calling ono in to see H( if ho could not bo of some assistance, bnt was alwayB put off with n flat ...

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. — 18 March 1910

HHSHbYBbybybybw' r TMPWIt37 H H I Iron County Record I H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. ';- bbb 2 ..... ... H I ALEX. H. ROLLO ' - BBV & " BB "r ,, H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, I8S3. H 2 tNTCRIO AT TMt CCOA CITV POST' Hj T OFPICK Aft Sr.COMO CLAM MATTflft. j B V ... X H SUBSCRIPTION fl.SO PER YfcAR H ALWAYS IH AOVANCI. B Friday, Mar. i8,ioio. CLEANING UP. H It hat been noticed the past week or B ten tlayi thnt quite n number of citizen B are cleaning up their premisei, and the H' town, in po(s, begins to aHumc a more H cleanly appearance. B If our people would only take M&ix H of the many warnings sounded by those H who know. Cedar would be one of the H mot cleanly towns in the state. But ns H a rule a great majority 'of the people H seem to take offense if someone tells H them to clean up. litis paper has re H pcntcdly urged the citizens to clean up. H Mas brought it forcibly to their attention H more thnn once nnd for so doing the ctl- B kor line been called n crank, and ndviscd H to look h...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 March 1910

i ' I w I :'' Local Itfems. fj Vory few people ! Oednr took to M tbo wearta1 of ftbe green" Iiut fl TacEday, whlob "St. Patrick's H , Day lu tbo Mora ' " H FOR SALBr"SeTeral Ave galloa f obdb of choice honey. 83.50 per can. I ' Enquiro of I BENGT NELSON, 8R. I ' Ibe "Old Reliable" will have ' " ' tholrabow windows remedied shortly - whlobwlll enable theolerke to put I ou a few artlttlo touobea in display m JPg gOOdf. 1 'Newest designs in braided voile skirts, something sure to 1 please you. It costs nothing to . oo& af them. Cedar Sheep Ass'n. Moro interest 1b being displayed in the arid farm proposition this Beasou tbau ever before, and it now I looka that nt last our people might I boo the tleacrt "blossom as the roso." .T, Thoro were moro visitors from, the ,V surrounding warda at the oonforenoe r justoloBod than ia usnnl. They all aoernod to enjoy tho Boeslons and were woll rftpaid for their troable in com ing out. x Frank Webster Is improving hla homeatoaa on tho bottoms by...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 March 1910

fflBEHRHsHPBBBBB MnmY-BOTW. , . ... -'-''skilBTHBRllJSMilsBSMiJMlBksMlsfiLlsfLfH HLssV ' BBSbsv H ' mmmmmmatmmmmmipmmimmmmmnmmmmmimimtmmmmmmmnmmmmmMmmmmttmmm!mmmmmmmm jfjBsBSiswsBjtMswMMtBSMi I 1 OUR SPfilNfi PEWM. ! ! I I Yoti can't help fcctt'k Meksted in our Spring Cktods. j J H- jf ' ur shelves "in every line are fSllbf thim, sho$Hg prominently the qtiaKty, styt snap for' up-to 1 I a:te 'dftsSers. Dry Goods, Eaies' Fufrifsliih and Notions, "direct 'from Chicago the fashion ; H , center'of the easti'iriclSding patfeJris that you couldn't buy here tiefoJe. , I I ffl GOVT'S FURNISHINGS. . , . . Hk ' . fe!B More complete and far supdrior to anything we -t ff f $WI Both soft and stiff Hats The (Ml 'Bfes S $ feSiHB Payne Ideal , is the one to a'sk for., . The latest Mw(USi ' M I i -"mgmar L. we have got them all SXtHir i H 3t'' 1 rVr PBl H 4 4I flB , FUvf C2 fwEi ' T AfV'S AND BOYS CLOTHING Made by ihet'bpstlcioVhing Makers -CiV iW Jf . rT" t -I in the United States. Why get measured ...

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. — 18 March 1910

MOT , How a Girl Discovered a Murder J'fer by Offering Him an Apple. i By, ETHEL 10YER. .Copyright, 1310, by American Press Asso ,.. elation. t ' On Lake Thuji (Thunder lake). In Switzerland, Is the Uttlo town of Obcr i hafeu, with Its scbloss and tiled roof- ed Louses and quaint narrow Btrccta running Jn so many diagonal direc tions that if tho town were not very small ono could never find his way from one end to the other. A short distance from Obcrhafen, bordciing tho lake, is a Uttlo fruit farm that for ' generations has belonged to a family of the name of Zcltncr. About a hundred years ngo there was growing up on the farm Grctchcn Zoltucr, ono of those plump, fair, flax en haired Swiss lasses who are nttrnc i tivo even to this day. And today on , going to church of a Sunday tho Swiss girls wear the samo costumes that Grctchcn thcu wore a short skirt of l bright colors, a black velveteen bQd- ice, with silver chains hauging tho ono K, "WON'T TOTT HA.VB AN ArPIiEV" BIIE ASKED. ""...

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. — 18 March 1910

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Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 25 March 1910

I H A I j v .'ION'0UNTY-'I?EOD, 1 I I ! "Vol. J7. Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Mar. 25, J9J0. No. 16 I A "Classical" Roast. I The following article from the pea - of Instructor Msofarlane of the ." Branch Normal wa banded in to the Student, the Sahool journal, but for various reasons it was denied publi cation iu that paper by the editors. Aa the article ia an hob wot to tbo comment made by the editor of tho Record in relation to the play ''She Stoopa to Conquer," Mr. Maofarlaue desired that it be Riven Bpaco in these oolnntca; it therefore is given in full below. It ia auoh a clear aud con oJbo wrlto-up or the oontempt in which Mr. Maofarlane holds the dra raatlo editor that it 1b reproduced iu the Record for the edification of our renders, and to show that education does not always "biORdon the mind of man": AGAIN "SHE STOOPS TO CON QUER." Ilubberd saya that there ia boiuo thin? decidedly wroug iu the man npninet whom no one complains. What is truo of men is doubtless tr...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 25 March 1910

- 1 1 M .H ! "Ml ' fti I "Rffiff fiflU4 C JtiUi ' - $,' t For all kinds of bpys-in all kinds of f I Miller Made btheS. ' -, weathchc gets all kinds of comfort and I. I JKK : service from "Best Ever" Clothes, The f I nt label shows our guaranteed, the test 2- E JHj proves it That's ,why we know 1 I & MILLER MADE Clothes arc designed and Tailored "BSloIR" - ' ' I e for all types of men- gSSBSKSMB I , . ;n .-'' Jf H Jf Regular sized men Broad shouldered men '..' m w Stout men Narrow chested men A 1 s . r 1 ' ' A St g Slim men Old men Are the Greatest Combination ot Zip- m W Tall men Young men o r t t 4.1 !& g Short men Middle aged men pearance and bervice in ooys domes. . i H 9 ' Hard to fit men Men of your age wf . , lir , -r-, f t ., I& i H - The bii? Best Ever label is your. W f H Our clothes fit and favor all shapes and axes of men, be- & j uj..h.v-r.m.d.th..w.y-m.derirhl-Miii.r. safegaurd in Boys' clothes. I I J CEDAR MERCANTILE & LIVE STOCK CO. H 0mmmw$m If H ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 25 March 1910

I K J - --WW- - - I THE KISS, II How it Made a Man's Fortura l and What Followed. H? By THEODORE MOWN. Copyright, 1910, by American Press Am elation. B , ' Three students were walking on tbe ramparts of Copenhagen. Two of them H were wealthy noblemen. The third B was n young man of promise, but wltl H no fortune, n necessary adjunct In old W countries for assisting one to a career. V The commoner was telling his friends m of his deslro to mako something of himself and his Inability to do so with no means at his command. ! "I must go abroad," he said, "see ) other couutrles, inlnglo with other peo ple. Ilcro wo arc all frozen up like glacier and niovo just about as fast." "And what will you be If you go ! nway?" asked ono of his companions. "I don't know. I shall at least have nn opportunity for development." i Tho two noblemen were more lnter- j cstcd In n lady sitting at a window on i the other side of tho street bordering tho ramparts doing some kind of em- broidery than In tho as...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 25 March 1910

H mmm 9wm m . . -,,.. - ., MyjJl H i i ii i "lm l,fc kibTand kauf. i M A Story of Two , Friendly Tal ; H graph Operators HH TOM CARLTON. H Copyrl)iA 1010, by American Praia Amo H Klofetpf (lornph station 12, Uul H lor'u survey, was bored, IHrf station H wiih not h busy one, ninl ho longed Jfot H hiiiiio otjo to talk to'. Ho called Up H Kaufman of a neighboring station H whoso nttiunlntnnco ho hnd mado over H the wlruftomo tlmo before. B "ICnuf.iliru yoiijbuay?" H "So. Arc you?" ' B "Vim, ll'tn busy holding my cbali B down" A. B 'Tin rending a uovol." H "Wlio'i It by?" H "Mnrhv Kdgoworth." B "CloodJ; graclousi Yon don't; read WM nucli HlulT ii that, do you? 1 thought B Maria I'dgoworth wroto for women B nnd children." B Aftor$i fMv momenta thin en mo: "J fl don't rend much Action. When I do 1 HT JiRvmllfrend Ilnrdy, llnll Cnlne Hnd B audi lUHhoru," H "WhnV your favorite athletic H nmo?'a H "HaHkctbnll." M "Donft you go in for football?" B "I wjor lonrned tho framo." H "Wlin wo meet n...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 25 March 1910

8 - . -THIS BETIREIHT, j. f How a Famous Duelist Gave Up . j M e Practice. ' y P- A. MITGHEL. iliicopyrlKht, 1910, by American Proas Asso- H elation. unt Andreas Mcnncrzck, a Hunga Ittlari who had fought many duels, oft Wev having safely coinc out of his flf jPtoenth encounter dctcrminctl to retire . 'from tho Held. On doing this he re- ' ' ?--solved to giro a banquet to thoso only j who could prove that thoy bad partici pated In nt least five duels. Selecting ' ' three of his friends, nil of whom were ; entitled under tho condition to nn in ' ' vltnUon, ho asked them to examine tho credentials of those who claimed the right to bo present. As I have said, tho count proposed to retire after his fifteenth encounter. Soino said that nt his twelfth Jio had (shown a lnek of nerve, which "was re pcatcr nud grew upon him In his sub sequent encounters, and that the ren Boniwhy ho Intended to retire wns that he dare not continue in tho field. Ills twelfth meeting was with n mere boy barely e...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 25 March 1910

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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. — 1 April 1910

- n r HHH I B I Iron County Record. I m Vol. J 7. Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, April J, J9J0. No. 17 . 111 I BEAVER WINS 1 FIRST GAME. t Secofld Game Played aid Victory W . is Normal's. 9 i AHIghly Enthusiastic Crowd Out to I - View the Oarne Played by the fl BeaVer and Normal Boys. B Lact Saturday witnessed a contest M on tbe Normal Oampua between the Beaver Olty base bull nlno and tho B Normal nine. It was olenu and stub j bornly fought, tho first gamo result 9 lug In a viotoiy for tho Boaverltes, tbe second perching tho urowa of via S tory on the heada of tho Normal H boys. It would bo uboIibs to mnko a ro fl ' port o' tho games by Innings, as it would oover too muoh spuoo, nnd bo- causo tbe majority of thoBO who love tho national game woro proscnt. Buf- ' floe it to say tbnt tbe contest was H oleanly and stubbornly playod end fl gave satisfaction to all who witnessed I fl Thosooro for the first gamo wns; Beaver 0 0 3 0 8 110 111 Normnl 18000000 4 13 fl Aa will be aeeu b...

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. — 1 April 1910

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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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