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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 1 April 1910

1 ' Hi I-: TISSIJPISODE, The Reckless Girl and the Man With the Wicked Face. ' By AGNES G. BROQAN. " ' ICopyrluht, 1010, by American. Presa Arao- ; elation. ' Miss Elizabeth Robbing regarded. her brother thoughtfully across tho -breakfast table. "Jackie," she said, "I am going to work" a pause "lirtho.slump." ; "You are not," responded' Mr, Rob- bins decidedly, "going to do anything of the sort." 1 Then Bettlo canio down to her broth er's end of the table. 1 "Oh, wait until you hear about the plan, Jneklo," she pleaded, "and re ." member that I shall only go ono after- y ' , noon each week. Mrs. llolmwood Is Interested In a mission away down" ; Bottle's eyes opened very wide "In tho worst part of the city. It la called Welcome hall and has been Btarted through the efforts of that great preacher, Dr.'IIenry Huntington Smith, -t who has come hero recently. "Mrs. IJolmwood says thnt,they gath- v or tho women and men of that vlcln- $ : Ity Into Welcome hall every afternoon J l" t ' nnd ...

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. — 1 April 1910

H i BANK REPORT. H Koport in n do to tho Soorotary of H Stuto of tho Stnto of Utah, of the H oondltlon of tho Ilnnk of Southern H Utah, located nt Cedar Olty, la tbe H County of Iron, State of Utah, at the H oIoro of bualnoa on the lltb day of K March, 1010. M RESOURCES. H Loant and dlioounti... 1300,810 30 M Ovordtafto 1.77(5.70 H llnukluK Hondo f. 7,77144 H Furniture nnd llxturcn.. 1,A32.07 H Due from Nnt'J. biuika.. 10,009.05 H Duo from Stnto bank j and bunker 1 45.80 H OiihIi on hand 3,278.31 H Current oxponioi and H taxoa riuld 028.10 M Total $313,002.70 M LIAMLIT1-S. H Capital Stook paid In.. 10,000,00 H QurpluHfund 10,000.00 B Undivided Profits 3,440.00 H Dlrldenda unpaid 30.00 H Individual depoalti. ... 00,004.44 H ShvIiiri Uop. lutereit at 4 H por cent 100,082.24 H Canhlor'B ohcoka 2,000.00 H Demand oort. of deposit 1,440 07 H Tltrinorrt. of dopoalt. . . 73,030.00 B Notes and blllu rodla- H oountod 37,000.00 M Total 9343.002.70 H Statu of Utah, County of Iron. M S. J. Fosto...

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. — 1 April 1910

j ilESTION OF DESCENT ,v pf I Settled to the Satisfaction of All Concerned. 1 v By CLARISSA MACKIE. L Copyright. 1310, by American Press Ano 5t "-?"cro'8 uo use talking, Addison, I'ya fygoi it nil Used in my mind plain as can 7Co that you're descended from 'Over the Mountain Dodge,' who used to llvo 'in the white farm on tlio cast slope." Mr. Luke Goddard knocked the ashes from his pipe and carefully rcfllled the bowl. When ho had returned it to his lips , and applied a match, he lifted his keen gray eyes to the obstinate faco of the young man on the other side of ' the hearth. I "What say, Addison?" he insisted. i Addison Dodge arose to his great i height and looked down on the llttlo j gray bearded father of Emily God dard. "I ought to know "who my great ' grandfather was," he said with cold dignity. "'Over tho Mountain Dodge' wasn't any ancestor of mine. I'm do- 'j eceuded from Philemon Dodge of Use- A tcr ami nohody else, sir." . Emily Goddard's father shook a i crooked forefing...

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. — 1 April 1910

I I 1 That is just what we are doing. Staying with it with a good 1 I I clean line o Merchandise at Honest Prices I H I This Store is the Peoples Store, owned by them and hanHIed for their benefit. We are growing, H H I why? Because the people realize that they are getting their business transacted at a low H H per cent. They know that they can feel at home in their own store and that their or- I H I ders will be given close attention. Their ten cent orders are given as close attention as I H I Come and see us, let us explain the benefits to be derived from the I H I Equitable Association. I I 1 Cedar Eqxiitalblo Co-op. -Ajssfii.. I I I ,1 mm hhiihiim iminmiiiwuM in i Hfl B n i i I ii i i 'i M Mrs. Juno Mldillnton In having n B pot ah oroitoil ut thoHouth aldonf her H iobIiIqmib which will onhnnoo thu up m poimmuo of tliu Ijulldhin ootisldotii- H It In uudorHtooil Unit bt'KtunltiK H with April Mr. Wilkinson will luuu H lull uhurtf i of thrtOon Tnantro, Mr. H Carry turning til- lutor...

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. — 8 April 1910

"Vol. J 7. Cedar Oty, Iron County Utah, Friday, April 8, 19J0. N0.J8 HI WILLIAM ROLLO AT REST. Passed From This Life al Proyo, April 3, 1919. IvBoily Shipped to Cedar for Interment Funeral Services Held Wednesday. On Wednesday ot this week tho tired aud well worn body of William Hollo, fiit hu r of tho oditor of this pit por, wna laid to rest in tho cou:otory ki of Codnr City. Father Rollo lived to tho rlpo old ago of 79 years, 4 montha and 7 dnje. All his loug lifo he vaa a most in duttrlouH man, an aotivo, ooasoloas. and never-tlrlug woriter. Uutll four ycius ago ho Eonroely know what eiokuesa or physical pain meant bo far na hia own expeilonoo wont, hut duriug tho lattor thrco years of hia lifo ho wftB culled upou to sulFor muoh, Ho wus permitted, howoror, to spend tho lust few woeks In com parative ohbo of body and to paBa away poaoofully, almost as a tired child falls to sleep. Ho was more than toady for the Great. Ohange, and welcomed it gladly when it caruo ta him ut 5:45 p. ...

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. — 8 April 1910

1 ! j 7' ,- jj S--r - L-l "-1-I ' lJ II -- J. fJ J -I. I I . -' I -""-flir - -- -"I - " II - . 'Ill in !! -, i I ' ft" ..'"'' f I afH ? "filler Made" ClbtKes. . j I I YOU, YOUNG FELLOWS : fm , , I J I 1 iSsrS wh want asstjred servk; mKiJIB I I I t lroIIM Schoenberg Models before you buy. MnMim J 1 I BjL B We KNOW what we're saying-- jgKSTSf I I I t Nss prices so any one of you can afford ll m tw j tit is the first suit that cinches a customer for H ' I If the first suit is O. K. you sell him the second,. J the third, the fourth and regularly, there- W Q f " . mm after. That's the reason we sell the 3 "BEST EVER." wh"Mi,,erTdtI c , 11 We nave your lit and style. Come and see m them. 2a jl I CEDAR MERCANTILE & LIVE STOCK CO. j H' I Iron County Record M CEDAR CITY, UTAH. $ H 4 , f, M ALEX. H. ROLLO H nun $ 'I E3TADLISHE0 DECEMBER, 1803. T 11 KNTBKCD AT TMI OIDAK CITY P06T- $' tOfFICE At 8IC0N0 CLAB MATTKH. ; ..,,, r j $ 8U08CRIPTION $1.00 PER YtAK T H S ALWAVB IH ADVANCC. H Friday....

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. — 8 April 1910

Mi I I I I mi it .ajauAj CAUGHT IN HEBJM ISP, I A Girl Sent a Valentine to a Fel- , low She Didn't Know. By HORACE HILL. Copyright, 1010, by American Press Aitt elation. My brother Tom Is fifteen years older than 1 nnd n very different fallow In : every way. Torn never cared anything J about tho girls, whllo I confess I al- I ways hnd a fancy for thorn. When I I wna fourteen I went away to boarding school and stayed until I was eighteen. M I had left Tom slnglo, and fllnglo he Gl remained. Wi On my return I could seo, dver a high hedge that separated our place .' from tho one adjoining, that during my If absence n family had moved In there, ji nmong tho members of which was a 5" girl as pretty ns a peach. Sho was t, about sixteen years old, wearing her 1 : fiklrts to tho tops of her boots. I rather fancied she was not averse to practicing any kind of mischief that j might occur to her. This was n moro inferenco till St Valcntluo's day camo round; then It I "LET MB GO I I DON'T KNOW ...

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. — 8 April 1910

H . i ' ' " '' '''' I "HE IS iFHiP' I A Story of President Lincoln and His Private Seoretary. H By F. A. MITCHEL. M (Copyrlitht, 1910, by American Tit Am j elation. Hj In llio nltlumn of .1850 I entered m llrowu university, tho collego of Jthode M Islnnd. A freshman Just entered 1 known nolio of his fellow students, H not ovou his own clnsfltnntcs, nnd la B naturnlly curious concerning thoco B nbout lilin. Ono nflornoott soon after H my mntrleulntlon I wan in tho room j of nn upper cIohs innn whero wcro lmlf M n dozen students listening to a rosy H checked boy who wns tiring bits of H vl( nnd liuinor nt thorn with the ta H pldlty of n modern Oatllng gW, hhi H sholn being received by them with M bunds of laughter. I nskod who the M little fellow wns and whbthcr ho .was H In college. Great wnn my surprise H whou Informed Hint ho won n Junior, H Ho had entered nt fifteen nnd wAs now H seventeen. Ho was from tho western H Htnto of Illinois. H Tho Hllnolsnn, mi I shall cnll him.. I H noo...

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. — 8 April 1910

y HE CLOCkjlF FATE, i iS? a Carriage License Was I- K akeri u our Times. j My DELIA TOURTELOTTE. llCopyrlght, 1910, by. American Press Acso ifo elation. iSJVbllo looking for cvldenco of a mar riage luvolviug property belonging to :cficntB of ralno I cnuio upon a mar 'Sriago license Issu5d to two parties, and written across tho faco of tho entry la ?reA Ink was the note by the judge: "Itcturncd unused. See page so-and-so." On turning to tbo pago referred to' tbcre was another record and tbo same red Ink note. In short, tbo rec ord nhows that a license was procured I.- "and returned unused three different - ;tlmcs. The fourth time, however, was (the charm, and they were married, he at " the ago of forty and sho at thirty years. " I made a note of tbo names, Intend- i Ing to look for tbo story that appeared I to be contained lu these several notes. f- Years afterward 1 stumbled upon It by L accident. It was told to me by a sister i of the lady for whom the Uccnso was taken out. Here It...

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. — 8 April 1910

I I ST WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR I 1 I I WmSm Warner's M Proof Corsets. If I I awSSSB TKe: tbest that money can buy and at a low prices. For style,1' com- I I I npfPA'Pi!! ur -lnery Department is now open Hats of the latest style at I I I lllilk ir prices to suit your pocket book. Another shipment will II 1 I I MWkmAM: arrive direct from Chicago within a few days, 1 I " I I WiWSm Watch our show windows- Hats I 1 I I mnilWw retrimmed on short notice, I 1 I I Wmll llfclS "' oes and Oxfords, - 'II I I rQl 1 1 1 1 'llKffiftg We have the largest stock of Shoes and Oxfords in Southern Utah. I H H JSf & trim I If 1 1 1 If B.i &j 2k B I rartFfnfllp! at Prces t"at are oc Bottom. I I liSMiS Groceries. 1 1 I MiiilBifi! The most complete line in the South. Everything to suit the taste I I I mffjffX and the Pocket Book. . I I I mk&M$Mtt&Hb! U" "ne 'n every detail. Now is the time to get your sinks and 1 1 I BKaHlBrffni wash bowls installed; also your drainage pipes. Call on us I um...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 15 April 1910

' Ml bibYbbBhs! &m & BBBBBBl m IbwbI 1 -'. bb I Iron County Record I 1 yo1, 7' . . Cedar CHyIron County, Utah, Friday, April St 1910. j7 I I A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE. j VW T. Joihm Completing 1 What wUl a Palacious 13 Home KJ , What will be, when completed, one mimmrm et'tke most beautiful aud palaoloua m" Homes lu tbia part or the state la now being built by Uriah T. Jones. B It is a basetnont and two story K brick, with a wide, double veranda -arousd the south nod east sides. 'I he U basement contains the usual nooca I fiaiy rooms fcr modern housekeeping, I everything haody and in Kb pluoe, calculated to uause the least inaon M veolence to the housewife in tbo proper conducting of household af- fairs. It also contains u steam I - heating plaut that supplies heat to all parts ot the building. I The fl ret story ia well arranged, and much thought Jiaa been given to design the parlorB in a systematic way. Tho rooms in this story am so placed that no" unnecessary stepa , will hav...

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. — 15 April 1910

air '' ' "'"' I "I RECORD SUPPLEMENT. .. f el . .... CecJarCity, Utah, Apr. 1571910 J I M 2ncJ Everybody Coddles Poor Father. 1 ' Father alts oluno to the oherrv red nc re' wh"e a son mljiiBta n robe to ,jl keep the least tiauo or a draft away. ) g 0"6 of the daimhtors brings u oupful ;h "' BtoHinltiR ocooa Sn which a raw egg jje haa hoea bouton nf "Tuke this, fsttier." she urges id ' "But It doAvu.t eeeui tonrooly hd ttr hour ulnae 1 Jeft too breakfant-talile, ' re father protects iul!dlj J "Maby It Itm't, button ate uext i jl to not'uR theu l'ou muBt have food rG(m to keep up your strength " ovj 't'her drea bit) beBt to obey, l makloa h sorry eiFurt at RtilpiuK Ori dowo half of I be iilbuuiiuoui men, ft Tom dlsonver that tbere'a a little t breeze on the lhor eo h wraps up t Xathor'a vlippeiid feet. j- Presently all the youiiR people are out cf tho room. Tha old man louka Oui about hlo in I r h h hIuIj of uufirateful stffl oouteut over his momentary solitude. J What are thisyountf ...

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. — 15 April 1910

If k ., "Miller.-Made;' Clothes, f j" B I I Y6U,YOUN4rEDtdS'!K k'"- jj I ll PSwf an( you' know what you're wear- Bg I I 8 Nn rol prices so any one of you can afford vllj jJ HP'8' ' !! n fc 5 H Sk I It is the first suit that cinches a customer' for- jjp H W H the first suit is O. K. you sell him the second, S H K C C rnymrnw .y ni !. a iuum iiy mi ! ... m . the third, the fourth and regularly there- ! I I BEST EVER. ' ' . !&& ,hc rcason we se" thc - I f H We have your tit and style. Come and see- - M M p them z? I I CEDAR MERCANTILE & LIVE STOCK CO. I I Iron County Record $ CEDAR CITY. UTAH. H ALEX. H. ROLLO $ H mm V M ,M r 1 ? ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1893. Y H X ENTMtD AT THK CIDAR CITV POST- ) H OCPICB AS SICONO ClABS MATTER. ; M $ SUD3CRIPTION $1.00 PER YfcAN $ H 2 ALWAYS IN ADVANCH, I'rlduy. April 15, lyto. A COUNTY FAIR. bbbbbbbbbk H Noarly ovary oonnty In the stntw Ih H at work piomrltig 11 county fair to B lu hold thla aomliift full. Muuh on- H tliiiHlnom Hootn lu ho...

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. — 15 April 1910

, '-5 rvv4x$ ' Mi S .'" "V , ..,.... . (,'' ,." - . , I ;V ,'..'' . ' -& v , H I X, 5 v J " i' v' V ' fl-u , " "' - -) ," ' ' ' " 1 - ;v" '.' - -k.;' i;'"t-'-' ,r"' ' . " . , .' ' I ' '', .$!& f$$ .i - t) V H . - v. SJ I , 'l.'v , . v.. . - sr 1 ' v r I I .lfJ -f- ' ' ' ; ' - ' ' ' '& L i ; .. , , , f j w 4 y Hn., ,-,-.w-?;sjJvi"u.i4eu-u-5 -. - strops, harmonicas and notion. " - Is

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. — 15 April 1910

f . " . . p J -,.. ... j . I RECORD SUPPLEMENT. m Cedar City, Utah, Apr. 15, 1910 iyi Out of The Ginger Jar. MM The cuowing gum sir Uvea from mVj JlHtJll tO UlOUtb. JR7 The night kny in not usually the 1 key to auooeaa. u A mortgage ou the home will not Wl prevent the roof from leaking. VJZl There are toiaa mon ao lazy that jp they will not even tile their llona. The bualneaa of h promoter is to persuade your money Into bis pock. !i! Ut. w 1'f A little vanity keeps a man koyed up to hi beit,' while too much ren mml derr him nbnoxloua to his fellowi. j Hob; "1 aee Smith in town; what motlvo brought lumV ' Uub: "I don't ktiow for mire, but 1 think it p win a ludouiotive. " rfclouie of tbo real farmera oomplaln that the average nlty ngrloulturlat doeau't know a ooru on the hHnd from ooru In the eur. w t The man who neta out In life's f , race expootlng to have a 'talk'ovor, la , likely to bo run over before ho has , , prooeedod far upon hla way. I The simple word "hash" covers a multit...

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. — 15 April 1910

: V t '",, '" llGTON'S m I DECK fHow the General Settled a Point m of Military Law. 4jf By EVAN C. MATHEWS. SsjtCopyrlght. 1910, by American ProBs Asso- elation. "Wlicro arc you going, daughter.?" '. "I am going to skato doVn tlio river .. toward West Point to meet Jlmmlo." . This bit of dialogue occurred In n uouso located but n few hundred yards , from Washington's headquarters at Newburg. Colonel Cogswell hastened to head- quarters, whero ho Joined tho general, y " who was busy over reports of assist anta authorized to collect commissary 'and quartermaster's stores. Kathcriu ' leaving tho high ground, descended to the river bank, where sho nut on her skates, then, with her hands in her - muff, skated gracefully Kouthward. Meanwhile James Muldrough, lieu tenant In the Continental artillery, sta , tloued at West Point, having been tie- il53 ( -R' DBA08 TUB OIHIj OUT Of THIS VATE1L jC layed by -sdmi! details pertaining" to his j - duties, started to meet his sweetheart. I j lie had ...

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. — 15 April 1910

aH H t i33L?r?KKJfyrs2ii ; z '-. - -f-.- .Tml. v ' "r - H d f BWFIWWCAr'(WVrtrvooyWrViinrrWW I J W Www W wr irt fiCi'W r'W wVtOll ititfh t0t0't fMttK0tS0SJ0 t lF"nrirlf0iTftlftrniTJTnfV fr " B ij E ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ' 1 I , Warner's Rust Proof Corsets. 1 m ft jWt ;EIie best that money can buy and at a low prices. For styleicom-e - tR fl & VbiW fort and shape. They cannot be beat. ij I J-vi Milliiiert. 1 BaaaBa A Zj! ffil) ft -m. WB W, Vj? I H II JMp ur itoillincry Department is now open. Hats of .the latest, style, at j m ii yjS&tjJ&m prices to suit your pocket book. Another shijpmeht will ' H jig vwl arrive direct from Chicago within a few days, ,j H jli ml if Watch our show windows. Hats 11 H ,ji u! I retrimmed-on short notice. 'j I iS Iff -a SKoes and Oxfords. i H ;jj llrihln'il ; - e ve t"iear8cst stock Shoes and Oxfords in Southern Utah1, j H g IwnWn ' at prices that are Rock Bottom. " m H ' 1 Wk9 OroceneSe - , i H ill JIMcfl The most complete line in the South. ...

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. — 22 April 1910

P l 1 " " I ,JSr - ----- . .. ... , .. . jtfHnbNtY Record! I V? 7' Cedar Otv, Iron County, Utah, Friday, April 22, 19J0. " SSTlo I cBeap land and water "Test Thousand Acres of Rich Land Between St, George and Bellerue Proposed for Reclamation. ' ' .',!' J. M. Laurltzea returned Tiicb- day from Salt Lake City, where be bad, been oa nuslUetB cooneoted with ' ' Irrigation propositions in this country. ,''-; -Mr. Lauritzeu hos plana under nay '!' for another Irrigation projeat besides i the big one on which be is engugod 44 la'the western PBrt of this country. -ftf The BObomo Ib known rb the Ash , (Jreek Irrigation project, nnd it proposes bringing under irrigation aud oaltlvatlon about ten thousnud acres of excoptlonnlly desirable fruit land situated In tho best pmt of the Dixie fruit belt - The plan contemplates building n reservoir on Ash Oreok, about uild way botweon Now Harmony and Bellevue, with n oapaolty of ton thousand naro feet. Tho water will bo released from this rosorvoir u...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 22 April 1910

mm . ' ' -'.-.Ig """'.. r - - YOU, YOUNG-FELLOWS .. 1 . ' m 0 ferjr Who want assured service f,wUflw, ImmBU I lHfeS3f in a Suit-without sacrificing the -Jf IJKB!1iSHm 1 H I PfWMr styIe' liacl better see the new Spitz WmBm' Jklli .H" It rx 3 Jell prices so any one of you can afford vli ft$ Imr1 ' 8 H It is the first suit that cinches a customer for H 0 yu- j H; 0 If the first suit is O. K. you sell him the second, g. IB f . i . miBiiB hi mm ma the third, the fourth and regularly there- . 0 TISTPPCanr1 i-l iTT'CiTD JJ after. That's the reason we sell the 1 JZ5JHjfSZ JL JELl V jLLjJErU- Miller Made. ' " I B We have your tit and style. Come and see (pf M W them. 0 I I CEDAR MERCANTILE & LIVE STOCK CO. B ; ; Iron County Record I H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. $ H .......... H ALEX. H. ROLLO H $ nun 4 H ? ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1893. H X INTKHBD AT THK CBDAR CITY POST $ K t Of NCR AS BKCOHU CLAIB MATTKH. H V SUBSCRIPTION SI.BO PER YfcAR & H s ALWAYS IN ADVANCI. 1 FrUlny, April 2, n;it. fl 'll...

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 April 1910

H & I J V :. ' Xj y I ; r IfMiirerlMadeeiolM f j . TOU.YOUNQFELIWS - ; A . I - H JStf Who want assured service mMmM?? IliMBmt ' & I I IMWyIF in a Suit-without sacrificing the " JKJBW I I IP '1 PwfW?l1l ste' a ketter see tie new Spitz- 4Syilif ' ' '' jfeJ H H 1 MMwWra Schoenberg Models before you buy. f' . mmBKm!ilmKf H 1 PWMm inrW KNOW what we're saying irnmBSMr 1 I P f flw ing wen you uy Spitz-Schoen- mw mmif "'' " I I 'F m'ft Wve marked " at yur ' lfw I H ' r SB Jlffi prices so any one of you can afford 'nit wMjl rffflr ' H 3 I 1 . It is the first suit that cinches a customer ior g B 1 you H If the first suit is O. K. you sell him the second, rJ. I ! "BEST EVER." $ "".,. j ." B We have your tit and style. Come and see H v them. 0 I CEDAR MERCANTILE & LIVE STOCK CO. BBBJI -I ... II , III I I H i Iron County Record I H eusumit iviav raistvsT ? B CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H 3 H J! ALEX. H. ROLLO f H . B ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1803. M X RNTKRBO AT TU CIDAR CITV POST k HHl 0ICB AB S...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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