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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 22 July 1910

jBSBBJ "Our Mountain Trip." Tho following tells the story of a week spent In the mountains by ono of the crowds of young people from Ced ar, written by a young lady of the com pany. (Contluucd from last week.) From a night of peaceful Blumber Wo aroso with faces bright, Telling the wonderful dreams wo'd bad During the rainy night. Uome faces are always welcomed, Friends are ever dear, And Kumen and Myron were grcoted With a tent full of good cheer. They wore riding after cattle But stayed with us to dine, And enjoy a pleasant hour Just for uAuld Lang Sync." With rod and line and bait In baud, To tlah the lovers went, And left two frolicsome lassies Resting in the tent. Lifo was too quiet there for thorn So with hair tijlng In the breeze, Aftrido the horses backs they climbed, Thou galloped through brush and trees. One was tbo big hearted lover, . The other tho 6weet wild rose. And tender speeches were uttered, As only a lover bestows. Galloping through tho forests Drenched with the ...

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. — 22 July 1910

B ' ' ii . iii i ' i i i . H Local Items. We liRfo buen hitting aomn delight H ful nbowera thin week. H MIm Elenuor Uujtnon, of I'ltrawbri, 1 is vIrIMbk in Oedar tbli weok. H -i H Have you notified tho InorcHtm in H the number of (Tea alnne tho rain. Tho Gnfeterln haa the Durst line of H dither "that evnr lived," ao ayn tho j i ' ' r -I ii ... -i B .Mr. tind Mrs, J. ti. Llndor of St. 1 (Iporgo nro viiltlnK with rolntlvea In H Oednr for a few wcoka. H -II -I !. II II I H -Tho Dank of Southern Utah has Hj just iuatblled two new wts of BHfoty H deposit boxes, Call and InveetiKnte. H VrrUordtty tho Shoop Store 9alo was H n daisy, n Ihtko prccontoo of the H Jadlea of tho town ImiiiK preiont and H nil making fairly ht-Hvy purohafces. H' Did you wnnt noma too? Well, H I leave your order tit' the Harbor H i ubop. ' rr J. II. IIUNTKH. H - Last nvohlug Mrs. Jane Pryor H brought hor llttlo boy down from H tho mountain ntiirprlnji from a brok H an leg- Wo wore unablo to learn H ' just how tho (...

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 July 1910

hn 1 1 I Are we Going to Make the CoUnty Fair a Success This Fallf 1 I foON County Record. Yol. J7. Cedar CUy, Iron County, Utah, Friday, July 29, 19 JO. No. 34 I i . " li - "- " - , - , , - , . . III J , . wm. -I mm n mi II I I, I, I I H UMBHW M 1 the: branch no f I Qpens September 16, 1910, for Examinations. Class Work 1 "1 r I Begins September 19. 1 I IjS BBPBtmKS 'ftfl3B -JfffrHlraBMT?' v MgwttfmBBBBI' fMw nTTmmmmm V 3? )n rrrfl j TKe following Courses are given at the School: f I fe I The Four Years Normal School II Four Years High School Course1 j III Engineering Course IV Literary Course ,S I 1' ; V Two Years Course in Domestic Science VI Two Years Business Course I W inn i - mm n.mirr , , .'.,,. and Arts VII Three Years Course in Music . ,.. ' y .Jm m 1 & Shops Newly-Fitted With Buffalo Forges and Champion and American Lathes. Up-to-date Machine Shop Ran By Electrictty'SF !- I K PURE SPRING WATER PIPED FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO SUPPLY THE TOWN. rnriM 'AGAIN CEDAR f MOURNS. 7...

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. — 29 July 1910

YaV B Iron County Record i H S CEDAR CITY, UTAH. i - j H & ALEX. H. ROLLO H 4 H 2 ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1803. T H X KHTinCO AT THt CtOA CITY POST H Z orricc ai aicoNO class mattcr. j H ? SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YfcAR H ALWAYS IN AOVANCC. 4 M Friday, July ao, 1910. H MORE TRIBUNE COURTESY (?) H A siimraor sohool otudent lately re B turned from Bait Lake on I led the cell B toi'u attention to an article about H him In the Tribune of the 21st Inst. H nod suggested that hd answer thereto H should be published. Aa the Ilooord HH does uot now get tbe Tribune, and as H not one copy of that paper oould be M found hereabouts after a diligent H vearoh, the editor wrote to his broth- M er In Salt Lake for a oopy. H Tliat oopy haa beeu furnlihod, m From It we leara that the boy of the H oountry press of Utah at their state H mmooIhUoh meeting held at the Her M milage lb Ojdeu canyon on Tuesday m of last yiffik had something to say H ooHoornlog our article of July 8th, M entitled tribune Cour...

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. — 29 July 1910

&9999flHftHI &V i' 'ii ii . .I i -. i B -Tfc"H----i--irffc-rf-'wfc-r'-t-if-' M-W-if-fcj-h-ri n nftrtftfl rtnrtiirt arinnrta a-ani-. ft.j DAIRY NOTES. Plenty of sunlight In tho cowa stable The simple brick-shaped pound print (a tho most popular .way In which but tor. enn bo marketed.- It Is beat to raise your own dairy cows It possible to do so. Then you I know what you havo. It requires grain as woll as rough ness to produce butter fat, and but ter fat at present prices Is what pays. A liberal banking of sheds on the north sldo will provo a boon to the cows when tho cold weather comes. I - The Uabcock testor nover finds that " very good cowg nre owned by a poor feeder. " Remember even the best dairy cow cannot pay good returns without plenty of good feed. A pall of milk standing In a foul istablo for ten minutes will absorb enough bad odors to spoil It. Tho condition of the nnimnl ns well as tho condition of tho markot should 1 dotdrmtnc tho tlmo to soil stock. H Dcforo warm...

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 July 1910

I I feKlillEN I H U jimnJi -. 'JIT- . fd ' jiiicr V.il . O ICNIUCII tlio mini), nnd JHL purify tho lifnrt, to kp M the lonKtlo m t 111 nnd tho H Arm nr live, (o eat (lowly nnd slesp quiet M ly, till la true philosophy." M Outing Days. H 'Thin in tlio tlmo of tho ycnr when H ivo look forwnrd to outlngn of nil M kinds. Tlioro la no normal Individual H who doos not need nn occnslonnt B break from tlio steady roiitino of life H To tlio buoy hounowlfo thin Is Junt nn B Important im It in to tlio bunlnoHn innn. H To got back to nnturo nnd through M hor "Look up to nnturo'n Clod in need M ful to glvo uh a now hold on llfo nnd m n Jnrgor outlook." Wo nocd occasion al ally to change our viewpoint nnd lonrn M' tvhnt n blK UiIhk nn onrnoBt purpose M ful llfo in. In tho hurry nnd buntlo Hj of our dnlly llfo wo nro bo much with H people nnd become bo n pnrt of nil M thnt individuality mifforn, Tliono truly LH gront pooplo who hnvo donn noblo m things In llfo hnvo boon much nlono. Hj Tho burly bu...

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 July 1910

. i . .. iH AND ir SCIENTIFIC NOTES. A rapid growth of tho flngor nails Is considered to Indicate good health. Only about ono out of every fifteen persons has both eyes In porfect con dition. Tho number of horses In tho United States January 1, 1900, was nearly 14,000,000. A healthy horso eatB nlno times Its weight In food In a yenr, a healthy eheop six times. A now putty knife, tho Invention of i n New Yorker, has a scraper attached to rcmovo tho surplus putty. I French mines yielded 37,971.758 I metric tonB of coal last year, 587.374 tons more than tho year beforo. a A Louisiana man has patented a t combined plcklo fork and tongs, tho latter operated by a ring In tho g handle. 9 Tho alloy of cerium and Iron, which pj; emits spnrks when rubbed, has been T introduced In a recently Invented gas jU lighter. f( A Georgia man claims to havo dls- ; covered tho secret of producing a black roso and Is seeking a patent for his process. It Is a Kansas woman who has been granted a patent upon...

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 July 1910

HPbvbi WB H j LOlJlXlJMJUllJJflUMBWW Hill f IITTl PI "" MM p I DIROFITABLE DAIRYING" I JL Br HUGH G- VAN PELT M I Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association H I Problems Up to Dairymen I I ' muimmyammmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmatmmBammmmmmmmmmmmr9mmmmmLa H With all tho groat advantngoa that BBj , dairy farming presents, It hnn without H doubt Ita disadvantages, and many or 1 thorn, bo that tho farmer who antlcl Hk patoa entering dairying an a business BBj must not do so with tho Idea that BBI there la nothing to ho found In tho BBl business excopt ororttn. BBJ Tho dairy cow la moro noarly an BBh artificial bolng than any otlior ani BBl mal to bo found upon tho farm for, as BBj ii matter of fact, thoro was a time BBB whon lior whole and nolo duty waa to BBB , begot a llkonoss of horaulf and pro BBB duco milk In quantltlon only sufficient BBB ly largo for the nuatonanco of her off BBB spring and ofton for a period of only BBB flvo or six monthn, whon tho youngster BBB wns weaned and comp...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 July 1910

3 I H aaal aafl W JI M . " , . I 1 1 Francis Dalton of Parowan baa m beau In town tbla week muklun prop aratioDB for tba opening of sobool . 3 wbea be will have charge of the atb ' lettd department at the Branch Nor- V mal. , Soreneaa of tbe mnaolec, wbotherl J ndnood by violent Axerolse or injury, is quinkly relieved by the free application of Obamberlain'a Linl H ment. This liniment la equally w valuable for muBoular rheumatism, 1 and nlwaya affords quiok relief. m For sale by all Dealers. I Report of Auditing Committee of School District No. 4. RECEIPTS. Uul. on band at lost report 83,030.06 b'rom Diatrlot Taxea. ... 4,751.70 From State School Appor tionment 2,013.20 From County tiobool Fund 1,300.00 From State Land Intmeat and rental 515.20 : From Rent on Sobool Land 80.00 From int. on deposit aoo't. 3.78 From caab tor ooal, posts and blackboard 14.05 Total 812,040.00 DISBURSEMENTS. For payment male teachers 81,442.00 For payment female teaoh- era 4,448.75 For furnishings, appar...

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 July 1910

jSHHflBHLflfl ir HHIHDHHIIHIc!llfliHi -- HHHHj S. -. -" - uA ." fai .. i .j. A' u -- e j. . - -i ... - " -- ' ' - - BBJJJJJJJJ ' in n i i iii M ii i ii i i i ' . 1BBBBBBBB " inn n r t -itlf--irrn' rTt na rmamwrmmmrn m -n-wn nammmmm tmmmtmmmmmmm ii win - ..iiMMapiMUM. i ii.wi I i i tmmmmm i iwp'w " ' -J - 9 -- . -.,,..mAA.A I I THE PEOPLE'S STORE OF SOUTHERN UTAH. B I When you want anything and everything . I Gome to us. If you cannot come, Phone. I I If you are out of the Phone district write. I I I I IKFE "W"IXjIj JDO TTTTP. REST. HHHfl i MM MM B MagaMgMMMBBMMBBBMBBMBflBBBBBBBBBBSBBBnB MaIHHMgaaHHjMMM 1 BBIBBBMf J BBBMBHflBMWMIMMflMBMMMMIMMMMMMM J H 1" We stand on a platform of our own, A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. We have had twenty-three I m i years experience in the business and are giving the people the benefit. H I And our success is due to the QUALITY OF OUR GOODS our efficient service and the simplicity of. M our accounting department which gives you a complete record of your accou...

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 August 1910

I ; f HCotJNTY ! Record:0 I .1 . -Jk H 1 : Vol. J 7. Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Aug. 5, 19X0. No. 35' H 1 - m I 1 THB BRANCH NORMAL SCHOOL Opens September 16, 1910, for Examinations. Class Work 1 fl Begins September 19. 1 .H nc LiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKLiSEdNHB&BBBS 1 jpz H B V' $ d' KuKKSSKbiBBKjBu' Afei?5HBffTWrffi!Br 'iBB'flHB'i-HiiBBK t fl I " C fcE38IBi jBfe d35 ISP'S' BSa IBfrffiBBr'B ' JHfjSrB 1 -is 1 fl -'' tr v H j I j The following Courses are given at tKe ScKool: t-'Tu , H I f 1 " e our Years Normal School II Four Years High School Course ,; H I E . HI Engineering Course IV Literary Course ,;! 1 $ V Two Years Course in Domestic Science VI Two Years Business Course ': H 1 I and Arts VII Three Years Course in Music H ' .l Shops Newly Fitted With Buffalo Forges and Champion and American Lathes. Up.to.date Machint Shop Run By Electricity. &y jH 1 ,,-1 W SPRING WATER P1pd FROM THE MOUNTAINS TQ SUPPLY THE TOWN. . auOitit. I ' -x MERCANTILE I ANNUAUI...

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 August 1910

1 WMaMHMWMNMMMMHHHIMHMiaNMiWmUWHMMR H ... 1 . ,!,,, , ,-, g i m I Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. j H I ALEX. H. ROLLO f B 3 mitt jHH ..... ......... HH 'T ESTABLISHES BEGEMBEff, 1803. J, H ? 1 A J eHTcnso at 7hi ckoad citV post- V H ornct, as aecoMO cuat matter. & M f ; -1 H 2 I 0UD8CRIPTI0M $I.BO PER YfcAR B ALWAYS IH AOVANCC. '! BBBBB ; H Friday, Auj?. 5, 1910. H Tttl; COUNTY FAIR. H Tho Konornl county fair cornmlltoo B r nrrHiiK'DK tlio viirloim prollmluor H ,1m proooodliiK tho notunl work oon- H Iieatod w!lh tlio fnlr. All Indications H point to tholmlriliiK of ouo tlmt will H equal, If not cnllpeo, iiiiylhlnK B ' ever nttoinptt'd, imd tlio oommittao H ro working onorKotlonlly to Hint H It Is desired tlmt flKrlotilturo tul:o H h tiromluottt plnoo in tho illiplny of H vnrloua Hrtlolim, hikI tlmt tlio tnrmorH H ranko offort to Riiouro tho vary heal Hl vnrlotlcfi of tho different kinds of H fnrtn produola ntlsud lu Iron County H nml linro thorn nrrutujod mid ho listed 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. — 5 August 1910

HBHMHBBhbhWJHHBHhWhwh i - " "WHtHJHJHJHJHHHHJHJHJHJHJHJHJ I r'"'--"-"-'""1"" ...... .. , ,, , .-.,,,. ,,. ,, ., . ,- - ! H jl CEDAR CITY COOP -"OLD RELIABLE." I J.j Our FALL GOODS will be here soonr Our line will be more complete than I J ever before; larger assortments in every Department, It will pay you td if I lok at our line and get your choice. '' r'v 5? I Vatclx our .iv-oxtiseiia,t Next Wteek. I ""m 5 ,'l''''l"lllllllil'l"l"l',MaM'IIIMII,ll,l'IIWMIIWI11 ;ra g-aciai ?5 ' fff '' "We have some Carpet Remnants that we are selling very cheap, JO and ? I i I 12 yards in each piece, just enough for a small room. ! I STfrSm . . . .. -.- . -. . . . . . ! hh T- "Dairymen's Ten "; Commandments." ? ' (Cheese, and Butter Makers Hand i "'? Book.) ; Tho following, whother they wore written by somo modern Moses, and I engraved on taklets of stone on Mount " Sinai or not, wo do not know, but we ir-1 if -rtilcnmy that they ought to bo en- i graved in letters of gold In the memo- ry and mind of...

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 August 1910

IHHhSRBhhHIIII i?'ip7HBrVVMHHBVBHMMNB B , 1 I THE PEOPLED StORE Of HlftiffiNITl. ! bbV J'' 1 J S B MMMMMMMMMHMMMMb SB BSlBMBBBBBBB;BlBBJSSllailBaallSP i ! iiai n'wtCWWf.iWiWigU.Mtitiiltli ISSSSBSBBHf " " t"W BBBSBBI .,,,.,, . I When you want anything and everything I I Come to tts If you cannot come, Phone. i ' fij If you are out of the Phone district write. j I 1 WE WILL DO THE REST, f .!;; We stand on a platform of our own, A SQUARE DJEAL TO ALL. We have had twenty-three m ;:; years experience in the business and are giving the people the benefit. B ?I And our success is due to the QUALITY OF OUR GOODS our efficient service and the simplicity of T H i our accounting department which gives you a complete record of your account evety month without ? i JtrCJE3JL9 J)Mtt Vw JtxX jl jdi "JLw-cS, Jfcr1 JESS 5 H j We are headquarters for all classes of Merchandise and can fill your orders in a hurry If you are not already I 1 H n;i; a customer, try us. You will always come after you try u...

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. — 12 August 1910

I $- 1 I w SI I .... 4re we Gomg io.jAake the County Fair a Success This Fall? 1 Iron County Record. 1 I Vol. J7. Cedar Ctty Iron County, Utah, Friday, Aug. J2, WO. No. 36 l . . , : . - I f HE- BR ANCH NORMAL SCHOOL I I Opens September 16, 1910, for Examinations. Class Work 1 I I Begins September 19. i I w Eii&iJBMMBHwiilliiffiiHHHM " W 1 & ' ArvTaifc- . & . M g The following' Courses are given at tKe ScKool: ? H g. I The Four Years Normal School II Four Years High School Course" Js M M HI Engineering Course IV Literary Course (y,( H g V Two Years Course in Domestic Science VI Two Years Business Course N & - g- and Arts VII Three Years Course in Music H !, an Shops Newly Fitted With Buffalo Forges and Champion and American Lathes. Up-to-date Machine Shop Run By Electricity. $. (H .- ' S- " PCAE SPRING WATER PIPED FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO SUPPLY THE TOWN. , , fH MROWAN ' AGAIN SHOCKED. I , TJw Wife of Marshal Bentlej Died t - Sttdiealy Mooday. rW8 III But Short Time Went...

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. — 12 August 1910

I H , i " .I. ' " Hi H - " - " " ! ) ii JL w i - - - - .. ii. in .I, i inn .ii "' ' '' VJ I I Busy vinpacKing' Fall Goods. Clothing for I I I I Fall the finest ever. Come and picK 1 I! -. your suit "while we have this larsfe M, If assortment to crxoose from. r . ;, . ; H f"a,U 3E3Ct, SlaLiac-te fe every tlilxigr Ixi dress line H FRUIT JARS. Rtraember we have just what you want. CROCK JARS. 1, 2 and 3 gallon. GROCERIES, ataple and fancy. We always buy the BEST so sell the-BEST. j ; Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. 1 I ,,,, & H ALEX. H. ROLLO R J .... x H ITABLISH(B IE6EMIER, 1193. B KHTIftlD AT THI CtDAR CITV POST Z M , eCPICt A SICSHB CLASS MATTKR. & B ' 4. x H SUBSCRIPTION $1.80 PER YfcAR H ALWAYS IN ADVANCS. J H Friday, Aur. la, 1910, H Railroad Mass H Meeting. m Sunday sight la the Tabernacle the altlsenit met la am meeting to M further talk over the matter of the H Iron Mountain, St. George Had H Grand Canyon Ry. The committee to whom the work m of Interviewing the...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 August 1910

K ,,-- . 1 i LOST 1 NEW YORK iMM ' IBM k Thousands of Disappearances I Reported to Police Annually. K Esther Maiide Mearson's Case Rtnm- jE bles In Many Respects That of 1 Ruth Wheeler Who Was Mur- w dered. !K New York. Exhaustive search by w (he police In every nook anil corner M of Now York failed to reveal tha slightest trace of Esther Maude Me&r- 4 eon, ag5d sixteen, who mysteriously disappeared after starting out to seek -work as a Btonographer. 9 The caoo resembles In mnny re. I epects that of Kuth Wheeler, who 1 also sought employment as a Bten- ographer and went to tho rooms of Al- liort Wolter, whoro sho wnB mur- i dered and her body burned and put J into a sack. It Is another of tho many strange disappearances of n great I city's daily lifo. i In fact, tho parents of Esther Moar- son, having in mind tho sad fato of '1 lluth when their own daughter went J In search of employment, cautioned ffl her against going to prlvato residences I for work or answering, post card re...

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. — 12 August 1910

I 7"" "Tn""""""""w: """ ' zaaunu.'n Jji I For the Hostess H Chat on Interesting Topics of Many Kinds, by H Recognized Authority H jtwwiiMMUiB inn iu.ui iihiubiihihi i iiimnmiiii a i i -twwrj m Novel Announcement Dinner.. m Thcro was n tlmo but long slnco H fcona when a girl generally consld m orcd Juno and October as tlio choice H wedding month. They used to bo m called "brldo'a months," but now M Cupid is certainly working ovortlmo H for If letters are any Indication thoro H aro to bo many July and August H brides. Wenthor does not nocm to bo PB taken Into consideration, tlmo nor aoason Interferes with tho busy llttlo B god of lovu. H An Innovation In announcements la H always welcome and I am glad to toll H of this oho. Imitead of a luncheon H eight glrln wcro ankod to dinner, all H tinsuspoctlng tho donoucmont. On go- H tng into tho dining-room, though, tho B "Jig" was up, aa ono girl very Inolo- H gantly but forcefully oxprcsBOd It, for H over tho tablo hung n wedding bell. H Th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 August 1910

' " ... . , . jM '"VISION" SPRINGS NEW ONE Fair Agent Puts Clerks to Rout by Introducing Book In Unlqua ' Up-to-Date Manner. ' It waB a quiet aprlngtlmo morning . and the clerks In the big Importing of- fice were languidly pushing their pens ; DTer the ledgers aad dreaming of feaaeball and fishing. 8uddonly the screen door opened and a vision drift- ( td In like a June xephyr. "Gentlemen," exclaimed the vision, m ahe lifted her automoblto veil, "It is coming! Do preparedl It Is cob tot" There was a flutter among the pen ftushera. - "What's comlngr demanded one. mA cyclone?" "Earthquake?" asked another. "Halloy's comet turned backr J chimed a third. With a silvery ripple of laughter the vision opened her sultcaso. "No, gentlemen, the 'big stick lo eomlng, and with it Is coming Theo dore tho Great Bofore he arrives you - should buy a copy of the greatest ook of the day, ontltled: 'Teddy the Terrlflo; or, 'Dig Sticking In Africa and Big Sticking In Europe.' M But the clerks fled. ' ' A...

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. — 12 August 1910

H BBBBJ1 " JJ BBBI "-"- I 1 HAMILTON NEW "AIR KING" t i ' I In Uioho days of startling fonts In tho nlr tho pooplo aru propnrod for Almost Anything. A fow days Ago Glenn Curtlss boarded IiIh biplane In Albany and In a romnrkubly 8lort tlmo landed IiIb craft In Now York city. Ho broko some rec ords and ntnazod thoufinniln with tho ease with which hu Hullod through tho air and kept up with n fast train. Then came Charles Hamilton. This daring Aviator got up oarly ono morning stepped Into hln aerial buggy and onjoyed a llttlo drlvo over to rhlladolphla. Thousands were out to boo him start from (Jovornor'n Island, but moro thousands In Quakordom oaw him top nimbly from (ho air craft after circling around tho aviation fluid and cutting up novoral didoes. H After ho had doltvorcd a lottor from Mayor BHj Qaynor to tho mayor of 1'hlladolphla and a lottor from Oorernor Hughca to BK tho governor of Pennsylvania Hamilton onjoyed luncheon In Philadelphia, BB lightened up n fow boltH on hln bugg...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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