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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 November 1903

J CHRISTMAS THINGS FOR 5 I LITTLE HANDS TO MAKE I Horo nro sotno moro hlmplo things H -which the' "llttlo siBtors" can easily H ninko. H Thoro nro sovornl things tlmt nro H not exactly pretty, but nro extremely H URoful, that tho tlnlost girl can mako for hor mother. Perhaps tho most filinpio thing is a dust cloth, a thing H the housokoencr use1) ovory dny and H Bomcthing alio ran not have too many H of. If your mother uses old, Boft cloths H to wipe tho dust from hor furnlturo, H It is probably because she never has H tho'tlmo to horn cheesecloth 'squares, H nnd not because) sho doei not llko tho H tilco ones bettor. Cheesecloth Is bo H soft that It will not scratch polished H -wood, thoreforo it Is tho boat material H to choose. It Is qui to wide nnd costs H only flvo cents per yard. It takes opo H yard for each cloth, so six yards would H mako half n dozen dust cloths that H any housokcepor would bo glad to H -own. H As tho cheesecloth Is n yard wldo, H It will bo nccessnry to cu...

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. — 21 November 1903

mTHed from serFMm MM ORTHT of a nigh ts Slfe cr recommendation flpK A JTf than I cun find w kl wordB to express." lfBf I This Is what Mr. Iff I J. II. Plangman (or W I I Sherman, Tex.) mlmaJ snys of Doan's " Kidney Pills. Ho tells his experience In the followlnj; words: He says, "Sometime in Septem ber I was taken with a dull aching pain across the small of my back, directly over the kidneys. I paid small attention to this at first, thinking it would pass off. But instead of gettlnar batter it becamo worko and In a short time the pain centered through my left hip and pan across down my lcft lefr trie Small Of This is precisely lh( fa'Jfci&Sk what kidney trou- M$s bI wil1 d0 w,th th0 I "JmmJJ "ways show itself H &a!wWkc nt flrst' but np" B A flwll r pears Just in this I iWrm'S) h t way wnen somo I V m M III tll'i unusunl movement B "TTTvl i jl 1 or nctlon brings im w M 11 Bhnrp pa,ns nnd ilv lV i exhaustive aches, J lllvLW tclllne of sick kld Hj J id? il neys. H T?3 So Mr. Pl...

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. — 21 November 1903

H .. i ' H Iron County Record H Ji H 1 CHARLES S. WILKINSON H T ....PUBLISHER. H X ESTADLISHED DECfMDER, 1803 ................. 4 B 1 ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- H OFFICE A8 8EC0ND CLASS MATTER V X OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS H SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 1903. H SWINDLING ADVERTISERS. H Among the many scliemcs to H which dishonest men resort to en- H rich themselves at the cxpence of B their fellow creatures is that of ad- vcrtising. The papers are filled M with templing offers from all sorts of H people offering baits of every des H cription in order to draw the cash M from the pockets of the unwary; and H so cunningly is the hook concealed B that it is almost impossible to dis- B cover it until you are taken. We H noticed yesterday in the Practical H Farmer a half page devoted to the H interests of a fellow who calls him H self W. M. Ostrandcr, and who un- M dor the heading "Cash For Your H Farm," proceeds to make known to H the pub...

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. — 21 November 1903

I I CORRESPONDENCE. j ENTERPRISE Nov. 11, 1003. Lucky Adair and family havo moved 1 out to Fay for winter. A. 1'. Wtnsor has gone- over to the Iron Mountains to work. Etnilc liarlocher lias gono over to , Statclinc with n load of potatoes. The Experiment farm is now fenced . and the grain is all up nice and green. The wlmtvltas been blowing a heavy gfclc for three days and nights and It is htill blowing. John Alger, John Alger Jr. and wife, Frank Ten y and wife, havo all just ! ' arrived from Hatch Town. The thveshtug machine was heard last , Monday. Lucerne seed was the grist it 1 Aground. We aro informed that the i yield was very light. Job Hall of this place married Miss Annie Clove of Hatch town. They gave f us a Wedding dance and picnic and we had a No. 1 good time. The young couple have our best wishes They have gone back to Hatch town to make their their home. I " " Noy. 17, 11)0:5. - Two new members were initiated in Forsenic last Thursday evening; three others have applied ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 November 1903

b Ba 'k. . 1 ..L BBfl Tills Is tho dog that Willie Ii.tiI H The wisest purp In town; BHI Could "pn nnd fetch" nnd sit up H straight, H ltoll over nml llo ilownl B Thin, little dog was onco n pet, 1 Tlio prldo of Jocund Hill; H He nta up linlf tho puirs In town. fl And bussed tlio pack nt will! This nghtlng dorg wns not nfralil V Of nny living cur; H IIo luiU tho biggest boneynrd hid, H Wns "IT," you may Inforl H But one day cntne n tliomnn-cnt B Ami tncklcd Willie's jiup; H The tom-cnt yowled nnd lashed hlr tn.ll, H And humped his back right upl H Then conscious "Nult" ho charged Sir H Full nt the Hirer's head B Tho next thing hopping Wllllo knew H Ills spotted dot; was dcndl B Thnt wily follno yelled "Ko-spltl" H v And Inndcd with his clnws; H IIo lilt below the belt In Ire, H With no regard for lawsl fl Then little Willie shrieked and sobbod- B "THE WISEST PURP IN TOWN." m Of tears ho wept n stack, BB For lighting "Nun"' was all In strings BB-" And, ripped right up tho backl H The...

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. — 21 November 1903

fftlflflflfl 1 - A BARTERED J1IFE. HK JaEBY MAROON HARLANRSBaglqfc Iflfl INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION Hfflf CHAPTER XII. iflflwi -rcgirt3, g ILL you havo tho jHB " JiMcffifdJK kludnosa to ring 9ibP wwvPtvWI tl,nt bel1 ,iBa,n' 9b- teWAW! quire whotiior MrB- Hnf: .rfPPPvtfmVr Withers has return- HR PxiirS convalescent. "It Is JAVf The duteous dependent- obeyed, then Bflfl 'slipped from tho room to puBh lnves- Bfl ligations upon a plan of her own. , In R a quarter of an hour sho reappeared He with an agitated, yet Important counto- flflf nanco, that arrested her cousin's rc- jflg "What Is It? Whcro Is sho?" ho do- jBfl mondod, lmpa"cntly. "You havo heard He something. Tell me at once what It HB Harriet collapsed as gracefully as her Bfl unpilant sinews and stays would allow HK Into a kneeling heap upon the floor at flfl his feet. "My beloved couslnl My dear, B deceived angel! I havo heard nothing flflf that surprised mo. I dared not speak B -of it to you boforc now, agonizing as flf...

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. — 21 November 1903

H m I i 5T leu You Call I And see the following lines at the Co-op, and learn how k I f) Astonishingly low the prices are what do you think you will g H & do about it?. ' fl H ( Crockery and Glass Ware. Ladies Wear. M H vf VG have the finest asort- We have Dress Goods, of if H y) mentever brought into Cedar. many kinds and prices, Skirts, Ul H 0 Watch for our special Dressing Backs, Furs, Laces, Jl H f) adv. next week. .Ribbons, gloves etc. W) fl f) Curtains, Table Covers, We also have a fine stock f) fl j waistingSjUndcrshirts, Sweat- of panned goods, Teas,Coffee, f) M (m ors, Iloisery. At the lowest Spices, Extracts and most ( B (j kind of prices. anything else along that line. (J H S We a'so canY an extensive stock of Hardware, from rj H 10 tacks, to Ranges, at bed Rock Prices f) I I ...Cedar City CO-OP. H 8 C. J. ARTHUR, Supt. rj m DONT be FOOLISH. f M und pay a largo prlco for Roods when you nan get H them hero for less. Notice rouio of tho prices wo H 7 muko lu your paper....

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 November 1903

I' FIBROID TUMORS CURED. 1 Mrs. IlayrV First Letter Appcnl Iiiff to Mrs. lMnkluun lor Help: " Dkah Mns. Pimuiah : I have been tinder Iloston doctors' treatment for a lony tlino without cny relief. They tell mo I have n fllirold tumor. I can not sit down without great pain, and tho sorennss extends up my fcplnc. I havo hcarlupr-down pains both baclc Rod front. My abdomen h swollen, and I have had flowing fepolto for thrco years. My appetite is not jjood. loan not wallc or bo on my feet for unv length of time. J 4--. " Tho rymptoms of Tibroid Tumor piven in your little boolc aconratoly describe my case, so I wrlto to you for l0',". (SiPnD Ms. C. l IUyes, 852 Dudley St. (Uoxuury), Boston, Mass. Mrs. Ilnycs Second Letter : "Drau Mits. Piseuam: Somctlmo ago I wrote to you describing my symp toms and anlccd your advice. You re plied, and I followed all your dlree I tlons carefully, and to-day I am a well I woman. " The use of Lydla E. Plnklmm's j Vcgrctablo Compound entirely ex- polled th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 November 1903

I Iron County Record t CHARLESSS.DWILKINSON $ ....PUDLISHER.... I' H ESTADLIGHED DECEMBER, 1803 t fl X ENTERED AT THE CCUAR CITY POST- 1 H & OFFICE AS 8CC0N0 CLASS MATTER J. A OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS X H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR ALWAYS IN ADVANCE f H SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1904. 7 WHAT WILL TIIUY DO. H Wi: notice that a meeting is to be H held on tlic iotli of this month, of H the stockholders of the south field H Reservoir and irrigation Company, H to consider the advisability of allow- H ing the city to bring a certain por- H tion of the waters of Coal Ceek to H the Southeast corner of town, where H it is the intention to construct a H reservoir, from which pipes will be H laid to supply the city with culinary H water. Investigation has shown H that the sum of money for which the B city can be bonded is not sufficient R ,to construct a water system of suffic- HX icnt extent to supply our wants. H But it is thought by the committee H that has the matter in hand that if H ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 November 1903

BT party would poblyTiaYTifrP , results ilnuneiully. Mr. Will Thornton's homo Is tinder I quarantine for diphtheria. One of Ills little oniM is reported to bo very ill to day. His friends and neighm-d sympa thize deeply with lihn aud his family and hope for the best. S. 13. Milner of Salt Lake City has purchase of .lamed L. Davis of Kanarra for the eousiderallon of Si, 000, the 4 of Nt'H and UJ of NVVi, aeution8, town ship 37, range 23, containing 150 acres. Tho transfer lias been duly filed and recorded in tho Iron County records. It would bo advisable that people keep In good health for a few days, as wee lady stranger arrived at Dr. Mc Gregor's last night, attracting the doc tors attention very much. But if one should bo favored with a jUmpse of tho M. D. one is satislied that all Is O Thursday evening tho Primary olll cers will glvo u party for tho benefit of the association treasury, with which to get a etipply of necessary books. Tho notices inform us It is to be a "Bow, l'op ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 November 1903

Nine Gored Skirt. H Many gored Hkirts mean much llaro H and flaro Is necessary to present fash- H tons. This one Is peculiarly graceful H and nllows either n habit back or In H verted plaits or, ngaln, can bo gath- fl orcd at tho baclc - gores. Tho model ITvV f M Is mndo of nut JllUlf m 1 H brown broadcloth ( iW ff i I H stitched with cor- 111 IA k tlcclll silk, but nil JlUV l)i m gown nnd skirt $$$ if I V materials of tho Zjj M i 1 H heavier sort arc w-iv H appropriate a n d -EfZMiJifv H tho finish can Ik 4020 Nino Oomt skirt, H piped scams, braid 22to30vnit. H or applied trimming of any suitable Tho skirt Is cut In nlno gores, all of 1 which ilare freely below tho knees, H but fits with perfect snugncss over tho B hips. When habit back is used tho contcr back gores arc- cut off at Indl- H catcd lines and tho closing Is mado H Invisibly at tho scam. Plaits can bo J stitched as Illustrated or pressed only J Tho qunntlty of material required 1 for tho medium she- is 84 yards 27 H Inc...

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 December 1903

I Iron Count Record. I ' Voi. 10. Cl:UyrironCouirtyrUtah SajUfky, Dec. 5, 1903. " No749 H I INTERESTING TO L TAXPAYERS, I Salaries and Fees as Provided in New H Ordinances. I " AN ITEMIZED STATEMENT REQUIRED Council flust be Satisfied that otfl- ' cers Have Filled the Require- meiits of tlie law. Ltat week through the courtesy of t , the city recorder we obtained u copy of the recently Revised ordinances of 1 ' Cedar city; and realizing that there V are a number of laws therein that will make very interesting reading for our V citizens, we publishing in thin Issue " tome of them. It i not unlikely that I ' ' we shall publish some more of them in 5pJjtV future Usuec ? -' Every citizen ought to bo fiimllliar with I :" the laws that he is expected to obser I K ' re. The money question is one that is I f generally of interest, and the first ex aW,, tract that we shall present will be the f ' amount of the salaries of the city o Hi ll ' . cers, and the fees aud amount of com ntgtp. pensu...

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 December 1903

I Iron Countj Record. I I Vo1' - Cerl:Uyriron(nty,"Utah t Saturday, DCCt 5, 1903. "NoTI? H I INTERESTING TO 1- TAXPAYERS, mi .i .. H Salaries and Fees as Provided in New H OrdinanDcs. I " AN ITEMIZED STATEMENT REQUIRED H Council lust be Satisfied that offl- M cers Have Filled the Rcqulre- M ments of the law. J Ltst week through the courtesy of HJ the city recorder we obtained a copy of M the rccoutly Revised ordinances of 1 Cedar city; and realizing that there M are a number of laws therein that will J make rery Interesting rtading for our B citizens, we publishing in this issue J come of them. It i not unlikely that B . w e shall publish some more of them in F f future Issues Every citizen ought to bo famllllar with the laws that he is expected to obser- B ' ve. The money question is one that is generally of interest, and the first ex M tract that we shall present will be the amount of the salaries of the eity oM- HJ cers, and the fees and amount of com- pensatlon of servants of th...

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 December 1903

H On the Beach. H She Fat upon tho snnd 1 hi sweet anil pensive mood, 1 llor moulded form pctlto j In graceful nttituclol H Tlie seagulls In tho light I Itcverscd with dizzy wheel And thoio upon tho boncrt I felt my senses recll H Ueforo tho inn Id ro fnlr I lUH'It in knlBhtly style, H Intending, too, to tell H My burning lovo mcanwhilol H "IN SWEUT AND PENSIVE MOOD Hf Hut where I knol to sue B " A clam-shell nhnri arose, f And tlrnt Ih why I failed To gracefully propose I Hi nut she wan deft and true, HI ' And quickly moved. Her faco, f Buffuscd 'Kith red. she lisped: fl "Hero Is a softer plncql" Then long upon tho sand Wo watched tho billows roll; fl And for that wounded knee 1 claimed and got love's toll I M Did you over collect any toll Hko M that? It comes nigh, but our hired glri P says It beats washing dishes, all noi M V The Man. H Tho city man kicked tho footrost fl 'under his desk viciously and sighed. H "If I could only get out Into tho fl 'country," ho murmured, with vis...

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 December 1903

i ; , THE LION'S WHELP IP A Story of CromwoII's Time BY AMELIA E. BARR. Au'hor of "Th Dow of Oran Ribbon." "I. Thou and tho Other Ono." Tho Maid of Maldort Lane." Etc . 'f (Copyright. 1901. by Dodd. Me.d & Company. All rlt hti reserved.) CHAPTER I. Swaffham and De Wick. - , During tho sovcntoonth contury Swaffham Manor House was ono ot tho most plcturesquo dwellings ' In Cambridgeshire. It was so old that It .had a sort of personality. It was tho history of tho Swaffham family In stono and timber. Tho central ' tower built of tho white stono of the neighborhood was - ,- tho fortress which Toribert Swaffham erected A. D. 870, to defend his lands from an invasion of the Danes; and live generations of Tonbert's descen dants dwelt In that tower, before Wil liam of Normandy took possession of the crown of England. Tho SwalTnJim of that dato becamo a friend of tho Conqueror; and tho Manor Houso had tho singular fortuno to bo Identified with tho stirring events of every dynasty. In tho...

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. — 5 December 1903

H ;: Iron County Record H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H i H ESTABLISHED OECEMDER, 1093 fl H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- H OFFICE AG SECOND CLA88 MATTER H . OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS PPPH SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR fl ALWAV8 IH AOVANCS H SATURDAY, DEC. 5, 1903. BBBBS 1 11 1 1 B I 'EXTRA VAOANCE IN DRESS. H It is generally understood when H extravagance is complained of in H .matters of dress that it must be the H iadicS who arc the guilty parties, M ahdtfiere is little doubt that they H .have much to answer for in many in H -stances in this respect, but is not our desigh to add-to the vast amount of B literature that has been manufac- H tu red on the subject of woman's B weakness in dress. It is to the H male sinners that we have a word to H say. Since the opening of the B i Branch of the State University at HH this place the dress proposition has H assumed formidable proportions. Before, that our young men were B content to appear on our streets in H their working clothes during ...

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. — 5 December 1903

! I CORRESPONDENCE. TNORMALr t r Nor. 30th 1003. Many students from the nenr by set tlements went home for tho thanksgiv ing vacation. All report luvlnc had a good time. Three of tho citizens were arraigned in court todav, on the chargo of creat ing a disturbance in tho halls. They wore placed under arrest Nov. 20th. Four witnesses were heard today and court adjourned until 4 p. m. Tues. Albert Anderson city attorney pro tcm. Nj Menrs Wlxom and Mnthcson aro tak ing care of the defence. Instructor Jpne9 will pivo the next 'lecture of tho course Saturday nlcht. Tho subject is "Tho Co-education of Sexes." Manual Training students will begin I regular class work tomorrow. The first year class Is very largo at)d con sists mostly of girls. The Hasket Ball team does Its prac ticing on tho Campus, as the use of the Ward Hall was denied. Their former interest seems to havo slackened the -" Pabtl wce't I Nov. G, 1003. 1 The physics class in finishing tho 1 study of "Mechanics of Fluids," this...

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. — 5 December 1903

H 8UDDUINQ Cr A TERROR. H One Position In Which' Even the Drav H est of Men Quail. H Ho would tcrrorlzQ tno neighbor? H in a most outrageous way, broko tho H wldo world's mantling records In ath H lotlcs every day; while in pugilistic M circles ho could wipe men in tho dust, M and Bhow master tricks at fencing H laugh at every cut and thrust. Ho H slow tlg.rs In tin Jungle, and scalped m redskins on the plain. He chased lions M across tho mountains and linrpoonod 1 upon tho main. Ho could break a H , bucking broncho, yes, and ropo a Tex m nn steer; sling a bowlo knlfo or H hatchot, throw tho boomerang or H spear. In hairbreadth oscapos ho H gloried, did this worthy son of Mars. H And ho'd lick his weight in wildcats H kick thorn higher than tho stars'. Hat M his shoes wcro in his pocket and his m faco was ghastly white; ho was silent M as an oystor when ho climbed tho 1 stairs at night. B Recipe for a Millionaire. M Cesaro Lambroso, who has boon H studying American millionaires, giv...

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. — 5 December 1903

K III iniiiwww www w R HHVtHvaflHH 5flP Tly HtHYanffflYaH He HHblHHHi VSbt b-HBt r fJLi i)HF Hr Mrs. Rosa Adams, niece of B the late General Roger Hanson, B C.S.A., wants every woman to H know of the wonders accom- H plished by Lydia E. Pinkliam's H Vegetable Compound. Hv "Dea.ii Mns. Pinkham: I cannot Hk tell rou with pen and ink what pood HK Iiydln E. Pinklmm's Vcgotublo Hf Compound did for mo, suffering from HE tho ills peculiar to tho sex, extreme He lassitudo and that all ffono feeling. I HI Trould rise from my bed in tho morning HJ feeling inoro tired than when I Trent to HR bed, but beforo I used two bottles of H 1. yd ill E. Pinklmm's Vcf?otnblo J Compound, I began to feel the buoy HP ancy of my younger days returning, HI. oecamo regular, could do moro work JB and not feel tired than I had ever been HJ able to do before, so I continued to uso Hjj it until I was restored to perfect health. Hjj It is indeed a boon to sick women and HE I heartily recommend it Yours very Hjj tru...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 December 1903

I 1 iff When Vhii Call I H fl And see the following lines at the Co-op, and learn how U H ' ) Astonishingly low the prices are what do you think you will $) H ft do about it?.- HI " I s" TT CZ Ifl U Crockery and Glass Ware. Ladies Wear. fl (f We have tho finest asorfc- We have Dress Goods, of J fl (M mont ever brought into Cedar. many kinds and prices, Skirts, Ji fl f) Watch for our special Dressing Sacks, Furs, Laces, fl H adv. next week. Ribbons, gloves etc. w) H W A cneral Stock of Groceries, W) H w) Curtains, Table Covers, We also have a line stock w) '' waistings, Undershirts, Sweat- of Canned goods, Teas,Coffee, X ers, Iloisery. At the lowest Spices, Extracts, ftnd most ( kind of prices:' , anything else along that line. (A We also carry an extensive stock of Hardware, from jl tacks, to Ranges, at bed Rock Prices g Cedar City COOP. I C. J. ARTHUR, Supt. S I I DON T be FOOLIH, H and pay a largo price for goods when you can get ) fl JL. them hero for less. Notice some of the pri...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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