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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 August 1910

H i j; J he Shamrock, Slose and Sfhisile. Slj SPaut S. 53, Jaquesi, J Sntroduclion. Well, boys and girls, too, for that matter, yes, and wo shall also Include tho old folks, I am going to glvo you that story you have all been asking for so long. Thoro never has boen a hot ter story written than the one indicat ed by tho above title. Interesting? I should say It Is! Intakes us back a few years to tho tlmo whon thoro was some thing doing, you know; "Whon men wcro men, and boys woro boys; when youth and age shared all life's joys. ;In gilded halls or on tho village green, Jn mirthful glee each cheerful throng was8ecn.M l his i9 a story so interesting and refreshing that it at onco appeals to all ' classes of society of all ages and condi tions and especially to all loversof good literaturo. Lot mo see; did I Infer .that I was , going to interest you in good, whole some, mirthful story telling? Well, having given my word for it thoro re mains only ono condition upon which this must bo c...

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. — 12 August 1910

BH9flMHir HV ""J'JMiKHHHMMBBNHa P BBB 4 H Local Items. H llooet for the Pair. H Ladles' Hair Nets at Cedar Sheep H Ah'b C oeata each. All colors. H Farmers begla to prepare a good H display of yonr products for the H Oland Urle U tbs happy father of H H baaa'alBg baby boy whlofe hla wife H prelentod to him Hundsy. Hf The eeooad onttlag of alfalfa hrts H exaeoded la toaaage the anticipations H of ffee ittoat taagulne. H Oottoa atid Wollen illankatp, B FJaaaelette Night Gowaa. H OKPARBHEBP ABS'N. H Ralaa la the mountains and H oaayeaa oaasea a flood to coma dowa Goal Greek nearly every day. BBBBBBBBB PMMMwwnMawwaWM( H Early froata have vlslsed a number H of the towns ap north already, kill- H ' lag the tender vegetable and m flowers. m After a week or teR days on the H aiouataln attending to hla sheep la- m tereeta Uran Paoe returuod to town H Tfietday; m t'OUND A bunoh of kuya. Owner H may' have flame by applying at the m Bheep Store and paylug for this no- H If you want an education...

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. — 19 August 1910

1 ,i A BUSINESS PROTOSITION: To all new Subscribers who hand in $f. 50 before the last day of the County Fair wc will send the Record untiljanuary I I I h 72. All oJd subscribers whose time has expired are giventhc same offer, provided, however, that they pay up all arrears. H Iron County Record. I fc Vol.17. ! Cedar City, Iron Coujity, Utah, Friday, Aug, 19, 19J0. T" No737 H BL - . . 1 l - ....... . - a vt , .,,. n 1 1 1 - I "l' I "1 .1 1 '-'""'. -" '"' ' " III! ! I 1,1 -.. II - H I 1 ' THE BpJcH NORMAL SCHOOL" I I Opens September 16, 1910, for' Examinations, Class Work I I I , -j'ii Begms September 19. thr. I I I M The following Courses are given at the School: ! UH !K I The Four Years Normal School II Four Years High School Course " 3 H 1tg J ..III Engineering Course T IV Literary Course I hL ll ' Two Years Course in Domestic Scienpe1 VI Two Years Business Course ' : ., "';'j H llf "ft " an Arts 1 VII Three Years Course in Music ft I ffifcT , Shops Newly Fitted With Buffalo Forge...

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. — 19 August 1910

-A BUSINESS PROPOSITION: To all new Subscribers who hand In $J.f) belore the last day of the County Fair we will send the Record until January m ,Vl. All oW subscribers whose time has expired are givenhe same offer, provided, however, that they pav up all arrears. m H I Iron County Record. vl ' Cedar CUy, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Aug. 19, 19J0. No. 37 ? H "'"' ! I .-II. .! ... . , .. ,.. ,.... . t.. ,.,,, !! - (UH I I THE BRANCH NORMAL SCHOOL 1 I Opens September 16, 1910, for Examinations. Class Work 1 I I -n- . Begins September 19., ,--,. : - I ,H '3 1. - - " " 51 H " "" ' 1 I M . ,;" THe following Courses are given at tKe ScKooL m,w. H I X The Four Years Normal School II Four Years High School Course, , ,. lj, , H I -'I,,' III Engineering Course IV Literary Course - "r, ":,.." p H I v V Two Years Course in Domestic Science : VI Two Years Business Course- - . 1 H I ''ft and Arts VII' Three Years Course in Music "7,, .-.'$ 1 J.;?) I ' Shops Newly Fitted With Buffalo Forges and Cha...

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. — 19 August 1910

aB M . - 4 " Ja I f-XjU -a.:it:d wiisttei f H Our Fall and Winter Goods arc here and they are up to the Times in both 1 , H JStsrle efcrad Quality. f H FALL WAISTS. A large assortment from $1.10 to $6.00. A splendid line to choose from. r ' J H BXexis' Fall JSultS. H if Our Clothing has a guarantee behind every piece and the prices are right. Call and see for your- t self. Mens' Suits from $7.00 to $25.00. We are the ones that carry that good Over- J, H P l ' a" or oys mar "Mountaineer They wear like IRON. f f ; jj Hj ' l " ' ' WE GUARANTEE PROMPT SERVICE. HOURS FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 6:30 P. M. WE ARE IN IT EVERY MINUTE FOR YOU. ' Ii ;fj I 1 "THE OLD RELIABLE" CEDAR CITY CO-OP. I ? H ; Iron County Record i H -vi . z H CEDAR CITY. UTAH. H . j H ALEX. H. ROLLO '' Hj ' . a H ESTABLI8HEB 1.11111(11, 1893, H .- ? I H IHTIRCO AT TH CIOAK CITY POST. A H Of PICI At SKCOKO CLASS MATTIR. $ H ' ' H SUBSCRIPTION SI.BO PER YtAR H ALWAYS IN AOVAHCK. 4 H Friday, Aug, 19, 1910. A TRUTHFUL ASSERTION. H...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 August 1910

.. m inn " '.. ' " ' - -- ' I fi tf Our Fall and Winter Goods are here and they are up to the Times in both ; vjj I ! ' FALL WAISTS. A large assortment from $U0 to $6.00. A splendid line to choose from. ' , I 8 MCens "etlX 9Su.JLtss. " : f I J Our Clothing has a guarantee behind every piece and the prices are right. Call and see for your- I f self. Mens' Suits from $7.00 to $25.00. We are the ones that carry that good Over- ' I II all for Boys marked "Mountaineer They wear like IRON. II. I ft WE GUARANTEE PROMPT SERVICE HOURS FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 6:30 P. M. WE ARE IN IT EVERY MINUTE FOR YOU. . I "THE OLD RELIABLE" CEDAR CITY CO-OP. ? I I : Iron County Record CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H ; j H ALEX. H. ROLLO H IITAIUIHIi ItCEMlER, 1893. k H CNTINID AT TIM CUDAH CITY POST- S, , , erries as sbcomo class mattkr. ; ' SUBSCRIPTION SI.BO PER YtAR M ! ' ALWAYS IN AUVANCI. T H Friday, Auk. 9. 9o. I A TRUTHFUL ASSERTION. H Tlie worst Imblt that boys oaa full H Into Is that of loallng around oh the H str...

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. — 19 August 1910

-- : i . I t'w ' . j ;;r Jte Shamrock, Slose and Zfltistle. rX y SPaul S. S3, Saqucs. ': Chapter 2. t THE 8H AM ROCK. ' Barney Marge'o was met at Castlo ' Gardon, N. Y., by Wiko O'Nell and ,8ucha hearty greeting Is not often " ' - seen. Arrangements wero made by 'rtfioso truo born Irishmen to go out '" West In quest of tho shining gold that ; was tho rago about that tlmo. Their thoughts wero now centered on tho Golden Gato and dear old Ireland, and '" ;, Barnqy penned tho following lines to tho folks at home; "Miss Klttie Mahoon, Kllkonncy, Ireland. Kittle, mo darllnt, It's mesolf - - . that's In Now York wld tho wurld all ' ', -'-. " - round mo an tho sea boyont. Faith, - - "- nn' I'll bo afther goln1 West wld Miko ' O'Noll, so don't bo afther wrltln' to mo now till I'm tollln' yc where I'm gono ut all, at all. Sure, an' it's meself thatskapln' the sprig o' Shamrock In i mo hovly Blblo an' I'll bo nfthor wear- In' it till I'm comln back to Lllkonney - me darllnt. Miko Is afther son...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 August 1910

jh -"-, '"LsLsLI tt? Shamrock, Stose arid Sfliistle. ;'; i3y Paul S. S3, Jaques. 1 Chapter 2. t ' THE SHAMROCK. Barney Margco was mot at Cnstlo Gardon, N. Y., by Miko O'Nell and 'such a hearty Rreottng i9 not ofton seen. Arrangements wero made by Ihoso true born Irishmen to go out West in quest of the shining gold that was tho rago about that time. Their thoughta were now centered on tho Golden Gato and dear old Ireland, and Barney penned iho following lines to the folks at home: 'Miss Kittio Mahoon, Kllkonnoy, Iroland. Kittle, mo darllnt. it's mosolf that's in Now York wld tho wurld all round me an tho soa boyont. Fnith, " an' I'll bo afthor goln1 Wost wld Mlko ', O'Noll, so don't bo afthor wrltln' to mo now till I'm tollln1 yox whore I'm gone at all, at all. Sure, an' It's incsclt thats kapln' the sprig o' Shamrock In mo ho ly Blblo an" I'll bo afthor wear In' it till I'm comln' back to Lllkennoy mo dariint. Miko is afthcr sondln' his . lovo wld mo to every broth o' boy in "JST ol...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 August 1910

! iistsH H Local Items. H MIims Ida nod Ivy Jones of Enoch B were In town Monday. H Jobs IJrlofcrutl It home again after H hb absence of several month. H I'rln. 0. W. Deeker returned Toes- H day from a business trip to Salt H 1'he danon Klren Is the Wnrd Hall H Friday nllit was well attended and H enjoyed by all, H It la said that a noose drinks water H one hundred times day. Bone don't H drink water at The stork visited the botae of Mr, B aad Mrs. Pete Leigh this week and B Jolt a line baby boy, H Mrs. Itboda I'rollH entertained at a H KeaslBRtoa Monday afternoon. A H good tlwe la reported, H The Exeoutlva aotnmlttee of the H Fair Hpent Tuefdity In l'arowan on H bualuesi connected with the Fair. H Klohard liryant, Jr., who has an H anay ullloo at Mllford, la in town H ' vliltlng with rolatlvoe and frlonda. H Mr, and M.ra. W. R. Oorry are ro- fl joining ovor tho Hrrlval of a lino baby H boy at their home Monday. H A grat many of our "sporta" are H eagerly wHtahlng the training of th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 August 1910

H Local Items. 1 MIssm Ida unci Ivy Jooeg of Enoob B wore la town Monday. B John UrinRrud ( home ngnla nftor B na absence of covers! monthc. H Prin. 0. W. Deoktr returned Toes- B ilny from a business trip to Salt B LaUo. B Tim danoo (tiven In the Wnrd Hnll Hj Friday nllit wan woll nttondod and B eojoyod by all, B It la said that a kooao drlnka water B one liuudred times day. Some don't B drink wator nt nil. H The stork visited tlio'homo of Mr. H -and Mrs. Peto LoIkIi thin wouk and H :;lcit a tine bnby boy. H Mm. Rboda I'rolllt entortalnod at a H KenclriMton Monday afternoon. A H 'Rood time la reported. H The Exooutlvo aomniltteo of the H , Fair spout Tuoidny in l'ttrownn on busluuNVfounnotml with tliu Fair. H ', l.lohnrtl Hryitut, .lr, who him iin H aainy ullloo lit Mllford, Is in town H vlilting with rolutlvsc uud frlcnilu. H 'Mr, nml Mrs. W. 11 Oorry nro ro- H '-JolpliiK over tho itrrinil of u flno buby H .boy nt thiil r bomu Monday. H ' A flrfiit tnnny of our "sports" iiro H jfoa...

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. — 26 August 1910

S - sBBB Iron County Record. I Vol 7, . .Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Aug. 26, JJ0. No738 1 I THE BRANCH NORMAL SCHOOL I I Opens September 16, 1910, for Examinations. Class Work f I I.. Begins September 19. I H The following' Courses are given at the School: v? 1 H I The Four Years Normal School II , Four Years High School Course I M III Engineering Course IV Literary Course 1; M V Two Years Course in Domestic Science VI Two Years Business Course 1 and Arts VII Three Years Course in Music g H Shops Newly Fitted With Buffalo Forges and Champion American Lathes. Up-to-date Machine Shop Run By Electricity.. 1 1 PURE SPRING WATER PIPED FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO SUPPLY THE TOWN. i Jl J i .;.i .. 'B B prilling Begun. B T tie' Star Oresoont wefldrillor was B' sot at work last Monday'and native B drilling will boonrrled on until jvnter B Is reached or it Ib domouHtrntod that H it cannot bo ennonntered in tbo Oednr B Bottoms. Tboro probably will be Bj more than one well drilled in orde...

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. — 26 August 1910

It , . 1 H Iron County Record I M X CEDAR CITY. UTAH. J M A , , 9 M $ ALEX. H. ROLLO gH K i I I H UTAHISIIED DECtMOEIl, ISO!. ', H a; 4 H CMTt'lCO AT TH CBDAR CITY POST- 3, H ; orrioe as bscohd olass matter. M 4 '; 4 GUEJBCFtlPnON CI.BO PER VfcAR 'j j ALWAYS III AOVANOC. 'V H Friday, Auj;. 26, 1910. H DID YOU HVliR STOl' TO THINK? H Did you over fttop tt) tliluli Hut H our olty In a ally Hint oujoya iwiuy H natural firxl tioqulrod rMourati H olty tUat noads bill His skilful foiulp- H ulritlon of ram to innH tueru yluld H bountifully Of thalr rluti t renin nw n H iiuUitnutlAl oily whom foandatloni H nro lnl'1 upon Mis noli that oitanot bn H nurpaawd for predoutlvnet--u olty H i.upplled wllb tint vary bust ntitl piiwht H of vutorR olty whoso oduoutiounl H ndviuifcugnfl liava rnntilied n Btnudurd H through the ulcttful dlreotlou of 00m H IiBtont olllololw, around to thnt of no H other piano of It alza anywhe'ro 11 gFjf oily wboto nooltil ml vim thctftfi nre H oqunl to thoBo afforded by...

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. — 26 August 1910

I ks - - B H mmmmmmmm&mmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmgmmmmmmmmaanmmmmM I USE FOR DRYlAND I Necessary to Develop Barren I Plains and Conserve Resources. With Advantages of Modern Anierl- can Machinery There la No I 'Reason Why Semi-Arid Por I tlonof Country Cannot Be I Utilized. I (By MANLEY CHAMPLtN. South Dnso- ta Agricultural College.) I "Thero la nothing new under ihe nun." In the United Statos, In rocmit years there baa been ' much valuablo work done toward reclaiming or more properly toward oponlng for mixed farming purposes all that magnificent area of tho plains that lion betwi-un tho 100th merldlnn and tho Rocky mountains. This territory Include? tho western hair of tho Dakotns, Ne braska, Kansas, Oklahoma nnd Texas, as well as tho eastern part of Mon tana, Wyoming, Colorado, and Now Mexico. Then, too, thero are many fortilo valleys and tablo lands of the l Rocky mountain region that will lend themselves encouragingly to this ays tern or farming. Anyone who lives nlong the lines of r...

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. — 26 August 1910

IH - B BJ"iwaMMHBMfjrOTiHmaMnNiMBM I Making Friends Either Bfl Make or Mar 3UCCeSS Future Chances H By JOHN A. IIOWLAND H pnMN10 AUK your friends? How did you mako them friends? H .. I Thai young man who will Bit down with himself, asking H "Tv"51i nunflC ulcfi0 fpiffltionH, earnestly, and finding tho answer for H jW;,i ''I them without hedging and without attempt at justification, H aJKni w'" nnvo onc nr twnru' gelling a line on his future chances H MTii '''' '" 1H no ')0 H Pr('no',,ncn' on the conventional idea H LmBB (hat n man is known by tho company ho keeps. Time was H when this philosophy might have been true. Under the prcs- H cnt complicated structure of civilization, however, there is a wide chance H that it is misleading altogether in its application. At the best, tho obper- H valion was designed in order that a mere observer could base an ex parte H judgment upon some one of whom tho observer knew little or nothing. H But it remains that the young man, in his association...

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. — 26 August 1910

j j mwmmr 7"- t t-t- II flBK9 HflHHH TIVH P HflflflflflH-flHfl Hflfl """"" """ i M . iimm , I,, L-1 , H w EW YORK. Tho he- rVW rolno of thlB strange K'CiyMl MrB Edward Charles lvT"Y) Parer' Many peo- NjkN-f p' n ow fork's ll'!v ,,ternry and Artistic VMS circles have known wVuwa George II o m n n b. (jffi&VL That tnnrrlago seems i I f i-i t to hnvo been unfor- tunato from the start, and the one tio between husband and wife was a lit tie daughter, Sara, who promised to develop Into a girl of rare charm and talent. At eleven she was earning AK money with her pon and she has writ- - 7"Sr- ten poetry that 1b doomed worth while by crltlcB. n. But In time oven this tie failed to ' bind. Tho Inevitable "other woman" V appeared on tho scene, nnd the wife 4' and mother passed through that deep ',, valley of humiliation which is so often Sf revealed In divorce courts. Mr. Homans, who wob a theatrical manager, making a good income, con tinued to support his wife nnd daugh jL ter. but made h...

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. — 26 August 1910

HHQPK - r r fx m , ' 9 I i i if 1 1 rii nrr , I A Colonist of Canaan Hj By Izoli Forrtctw m i B Tlio Southwestern filer drew up at B Cnnnnri Junction. It novor stopped, B merely slowed up long enough to B throw out tlio nmll sack, nnd glvo tho B curly-hondod boy In tlio oxproBB cat a B chnnco to call hollo to Noll. B nut todny It Bloppod, stopped whllo B one mnn nwting off a ttleopor, nnd tho B portor dropped a suit enno mid grip B on tho plnlfonn hcHldo him, B Tho man loft behind wns young, no B young that ho had outgrown his yoarn, B nnd thoro was a latont. caroloso B utrongth, mixed with nwkwardnenn B nhout him that romlndod ono of a cub. B Noll took ono look At hltn nnd B caught hur bronlh nhnrply Olio knew B hm In nn Instant, but there wan n B bnro chnnco that ho hn.l forgotten her B It hud boon four yoiirH, nnd four years B Ia n lengthy Htrotoli when onf Ih 17 B Ho not tho suit enno down titular tho B tlokot nliolf, nnd wont brick to tho B wntor buckot B "It'll hot enough down...

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. — 26 August 1910

'jhSbsOBbk rbbbbbb bbbsbbbbbiHsV H 1 nffo?' Shamrock; Slose and ffhjstleif . ; jB 1 ift Vr S. 3, Jaqttes. j iH i . i H ' n, j Chapter eJ. H TH1$ SHAMROCK. B "Suro an I'ts Paddy Kcrnoy that's H wnntln' to bo n tiavellln1 wld us, Mike, jB nn by tho bogs qf Donnoybroolc, wo'll M boaUh-iV murchln' in double tile wld H one bohint'. Faith and it's mo howly IK Biblo that'll bo tukln' tho iado now, H an' I'll be afthoi goln' nhoml wld tho H road that ladoln' out Wost, at all, at I H Tliri p merrier Irish lada noVor mot H than Barney Mnrjreo, Miko O'Noil and H Pa.iiiy Keinoy. They left Kcw York H on the 1st of Apt 51 All Idol's Day H 18. J, with tut llttlo money in their H pookct. They had been mo to wirnln B j heir In ead bv th sweat of their brow H and tlais they had pi timed to work B their way tluougb. Tlioy found om- B pUntnent in P?nnslvnnl, w'tera thpy B remained about two months. Finally B they reached tho Mississippi Iliver B where they joined nn emigrant train B bpui.il for Califor...

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. — 26 August 1910

kaaH JJ . .. . .j.iij.--..j. -f . T-mrm COATS AND OPERA CLOAKS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. Call and see our line before buying elsewhere 1 W"e are sure -we can suit you. 1 MENS' FALL SUITS AND GROCERIES & HARDWARE. I OVERCOATS. EVERYTHING YOU WANT. i . $ I A line we are proud of and it is You have the money. We have j no bother to show it to you. Call the goods. We can both be ben- 1 1 and see our assortment of negligee efitted by an exchange. We pride 1 Shirts. A very large assortment ourselves in giving full value for m in all sizes and something that every dollar spent with us. You will take your eye. We have the will find the "Old Reliable" al- very choicest Neck Wear, both in ways reliable. Let us prove it i Style and quality. to you. i I THE CEDAR CITY CO-OP. M. & M. INST. H ( Local Items. H -'-' yfiHi yM, Priory oflloerB HS f are working on thulr cantata. When HLJ " ' lo UB Pr0H01ltl1 l" not dellnltoly H l known. H I The ICaat Ward Primary ollloors an. H . I uouiioo that...

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. — 2 September 1910

. '""m J A BUSINESS PROPOSITION: To all new Subscribers who hand in $1.50 before the last day of the County Fair we will send the Record until January 1 ' fl J, 1912. All old subscribers whose time has expired are given the same offer, provided, however, that they pav up all arrears. 1 H Iron County Record. I ' Vol. J 7. Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Sept. 2, 1 9 10. No. 3? I I - .... .... " ' ' "" "Ml "" in i. i.i i I., .mi. - HEM M I the; branch normal school 1 1 I Opens September 16, 1910, for Examinations. Class Work f II l 1 Begins September 1 9. 1 I w riTffl"iWliui iiiiYr""fiit'"T"''"rin"""y7"' r"fi h1" r i ---- -i-- - - n 'fin mm ml 3t. r B iH 5g err- BtBBBBBMBBIaM B "fflHrffi b i I9I9!H g The following Courses are given at tKe School; j I ! 5 I The Four Years Normal School II Four Years High School Course J ' B g III Engineering Course IV Literary Course ; :H S V Two Years Course in Domestic Science VI Two Years Business Course Jf , .I Iv M and Arts VII Three Years ...

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. — 2 September 1910

I I H . ! i - ii i KK 1; Iron County Record ' FviMiKiii tvn rmdT at I CEDAR CITY, UTAH. . t " J ALEX. M. ROLLO . ' B w B ? ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1893. R 7 tHTOnKDAT Vh CCDAft CITY POST- , OfCICI A SCCOMO CLASS MATTER. ';. B . " " A.r M ; ; UUDDCRIPTIOM $1.60 PER YfcAR 'l 1 ALWAYS IH ADVAHCB. H Friday, Sept. a, iqio. H If "What la a Democrat?" wan H problom. "What la a Itopublloauf " H is a puzzle. H IHrM the weather rxnu'a heart I Ho H says tlioro aro more cooling breuzQH H where tho laat oorno from. H Among othor cannot.oome-baoki, H thu ohoapor outs of meat occupy Hj Iiromlnnnt poiltloim. H Still! thore la no kick from tho H ultimate consumer when Homo o' tho H popular lltoraturo costs n dollar a H word. H New England does not pormlt Bun H day bfiiioball, but It has twonty.llvo H droWnliiKu Inst Hutiday in Its various H streams and bayB. ! . J. i I li I. 11 ii H The 1'rlnoe of Montenegro Iiah had H hlmnelf orowned king. Hie kingdom H b about the size of Delaware at H high tide. fl...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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