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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 September 1910

I fffPHH When c& WSM i&MMe ii " '"''wwwwMBwawwiwwfMWiWMiwWBiiiii mini inn ii i iiii i i i . .. i iiiiiii i n n i iwbTibiii iiiiibi ri i g CCASIONAL- g"r-, 'y yu hear 7jYJ j men who. heed- II 1 1 Uob of existence. lk. V J J dlatributo tholr gvSff property In tho llfo Pt'L ( time, Instead of NyOv directing the SfcTHv. manner In which - It shall bo dls- 1 posed after they havo disappeared forever from tho earthly bcciio Such a case occurred a few days ago In Chicago when a man of means simply placed an estato valued at $2,000,000 In the caro of a trust company for tho benefit of his four children. Thus with one stroko ho satisfied himself that his property would reach tho bauds of thoso for whom it was Intended, and no doubt this was a gratifying achievement. For, after all, tho will that ovory sen sible man Is supposed to mnko does not always fulfil Its obpoct and thus tho world sees a contest of clnlmants which Is often less deslrnblo to view than a church quarrel. Tho will, ...

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. — 2 September 1910

" jttAK9aHVfltMBau tt ' " '"'aMHMHHJMMHHiMMiHHHHiiHBiHH . X J lS , . . . lil! , - . -H-H. aD " "' .!.- j. in i j-"" WHEATONDRYFARM SI l Much Importance Is Attached to I Absorption and Seepage. Z Trouble With Shallow Plowing Is That X " Subsoil Is Hard Moots Will T' Not Qo Into It Deeper X the Setter. M In n recent Isnuo of Dry Farming $ Congress Bulletin, V,r It. ParsOns gives 2 particulars about raising wheat from I dry farming method Jn Cnllfprnla . .r- Perhaps flomo of liltt nuggcstlons will ,,4 bo of interest (o farmers In part of "Hp Hio wohI whoro rnlnfnll Is light Pol- jrh lowing nro Mr. PnrsonB' hints: '"I I attach moHt Importance In thin, as V In H other branches of dry farming, tfnfe, to the depth of plowing- For spring v?L, whoiit wo plow in tho fall eight (6 ton ' wj "' Inchon deep; for wlntor wheat wo plow ,, m In tho spring the Ham dopth, when j T t' weed are up about four Inches tlm high. During tho Interval the ground pr iiotlloH and packs Iteolf, therefore we use no...

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. — 2 September 1910

k "l v A number of (be towoR in tbe ; -'J northern fart of tbe state ate having ; ii edge of tbe typhoid. ; t Miss Elsie Emmett returned yesicr- ! "; I iiy from tho northt rn port of the stuto ! 4af wheroshe hits spent several months. j CedBr ie now parnrtiCHilr free ; from typhoid, tbore beio tint one J onBe. ntid that Ie of a "ery light iiHture , ! The coldest day f August tin ! IlUtb, the thermometer regrbteriug 40 degrees. The rttlu fall for thf month was not more than 2Vj Inoben. Several of tin Urn nob Noruiiil I n j Btrtiotora are out in th otuntrv talking up the Sohnol Tbcv v ill 1 ii ake a chII on HI the prinoiptl towns of SoutliHrn Utah. j Aco'i'diuK ti the rl h i I y ' pHpprp Salt Luke Oity ie latins a fr'om time with the drcim disenfe tyvhold, 1 uh high hb twenty oaeeB blfg re- 1 ported In one wek. 1 Thursday nluht 'be friends of .llss 'Ann Hijrb e tondered br a shower nt. the home of Miss An .Ion s. Zini'isa bride to-be and wis presen-fd ith n M etnf silver spoons, rnnji...

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. — 2 September 1910

4 , il . ait. Wi jJtf " . I oiiwu juu Won l.juuuneo tU'cuiiMt) r,v'c-AXNJiA-.V..'l ' ..-tfk,r ij .a Il. !. I u . . v m J? : 'LAfn iFjfc inl' crop? joiooiccd ffiBffi ft. aepe! . I RECORD SUPPLEMENT. ,bj.yni Cedar City, Utah, Sept. 2, J9I0 ' -ru, S'S" U mire Hnd Httetid the Prlmhry ,0,lt j OantHtH nlveu by ttte Eh1 Ward 8it JJJ nveulnit It in worth the nrioe of ,;.t1Q mlmlaalnn to aoo the uoatumoi. ftjjfaj Print, i!5o. and lOo. ,rJE6j Laat Mondny Jobn Perry umiI tho 1 ralifortuae to atep on h null m-d drive Jgjg It into the thick part of bis toot. ,f,j , lie la Hole to net around m llttlv, rpp i ' but Iihb atitrred h ni-eat deal of pain Wi Wndtiemfiiy Hfteruoon at the homo JTOK of Alex CI .MfcthfUHi the timhroldon j?&Sg Olub met end spoilt h voiy ploaiuut h Htid prolltable tltn The laillea are itha at work upon the artlolea to bo div ledli played In the Fair al pj ,(yn Four marrlHKr are aohtdulnd for il, w thli month and not one of the youuv oro , A ootinlna (iiivh nntlii a'inouoo...

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. — 2 September 1910

hbmHI -' BBBBJ mmuw INJURIOUS TO FRUIT TREES Destructive Scale Insect Pest Attack All Kinds of Plants San Jose Most Injurious. ' Scalo Insects nttuck nil kinds of plants, Including grasses, but nre espe cially Injurious to fruit trees. The more common Injurious species In this .country nre San Jose scnle, oyster shell, bark Ioubo, Bcurfy scale, purple scale, white scalo, rod scale, mealy bugs, etc. The San Joso scalo Is per haps the commonost variety. This In x sect attacks all fruits. On badly infest ed limbs it appears as a grayish scurf, , made up of millions of insects. The young Individual scalo is about hnlf the size of a pin heud, round and black. On the fruit tho scale makes conspicuous red spots. Its dangerous nature Is known to every orchardlst who has it to contend with. It has killed thousands of trees, especially peach,' and Is now sapping the vitality of many thousands more. Scale insects are subject to nttackn of n number of natural enemies, in cluded under parasitic ...

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. — 2 September 1910

k I H - m 11 . Bj I Most Men Are H 4-1 Thinner-Skinned sensitive Than Women H By LADY VIOLET GKEVILLE f""M,Hl JU! MKN nioro sensitive thnn women? int mo answer thnt A question by paying "Yes" and then "No." , On ono point mon nrc more sensitive and more reticent B "TyT ,nn wo,ncn flM thnt is nbout tiieir private affairs. A man B CvfsL 08 not c ms ',cflt r'c,ul (except on the stage) his most B ""'3SI 6ncrc( clings and his opinion of the woman ho loves, nor H Vra does he try to pump his colleague about his personal business, B R; 2l!l his morals, or his conduct, whereas there is nothing a woman H r -VS'l loves bo much as discussing her own and her friends' love B affairs, Whnt ho said and alio answered forms the staple of H department store conversation, of vliich ono catches fragments as ono H waits for change, and a really pleasant afternoon can bo spent by any H woman over her tea (able, with her friends' characters, lives and posses H sions spread out beforo her eager gaze. J lore...

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. — 2 September 1910

. -V-" . ,.. 1 1 iff 1 tlTaiT iriMH-iM&y, ,,JkiMt ..... -, J J - o.,..,;.,.. btli iMIMtIMtlMlm .... ... ..... s .. t S She Shamrock, Slose and SfliisiTe. V J3w Saul S. SQ, $aqucs. ! - I ? ' JT. ......... - ...... ..a....--. ...................... t ? Chapter 4, f!jjfo Til E SHAMROCK. jPiuntlng gnmo at tholr own freo will j'wasia novelty to our turep Irish boys . ."aStl was enjoyed by thom almost to tho "'point of recklessness. On one. occasion, riyfillc passing1 through tho northern , part of Utah, thoy woro seized with a ? sudden impulso to hayo what thoy called a "fullt Day." Thoy accordingly IV ?il camp qulto early with tho undcr ' ; standing that, they woro going to re plenish their food supply. After - tramping around and climbing tho J mountain sldo they becomo soparatcd nd then tho fun bogan. Barney had ,nover boon known to run from signs of ganger, but to seo a mother bear and . twobables in a lonely spot llko that Vns'mor'j than ho cared for. IJo felt j more like beatin...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 September 1910

LLLLLRLLLLLLLiLt M 4l'"flBa"BflBflflfliflHL HBflLB Hj AN INVITATION TO FAIR VISITORS. I I I Make this your headquarters. Any information you defire I M I about the Fair we will gladly, give you. I HH I Come right to the Store and make your self at home. There is plenty of writing material here for I HHB I you to use. I HH I IMEens' SuMs If you want a Suit that will suit call on us, for we have it. I jflHHflfl H m HflW M IWosflULSTO Sliirts. The largest assortment in Town. Prices ranging from HB I Oc t0 $3- Any color or size. I HH I JEMa.oe and. KEarts We can fit you both top and bottom with the finest in the I H I Land, and it will cost you no more. I fl H gWMBMHWWMBWHMWWBHWWWK!WgWMMMiWWRrSZIZ i i i j H HH I XL&b3L&&9 IWaists and. 9SSlx.ixrtS. The only way to judge this line is to I jH I ca" an see or worcs are too feeble to express their beauty both in style and quality. I fl LH - i ll M !! I I III tlfl j I Remember our Name and Motto, I "The Old Reliable" Cedar City Go...

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. — 9 September 1910

fl .H ; I I 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 ' l?12- old subscribers whose time has expired arc given the same offer, provided, however, that they pav up all arrears. t j. Iron County Record. I Voi- ' Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Sept. 9, 1910. No. 40 H I THE BRANCH NORMAL SCHOOL J I I Opens September I6f 1910, for Examinations. Class Work f I I . . , . y Begins September 1 9. I I , j The following' Courses are given at the School: 1 I I I The Four Years Normal School II Four Years High School Course I I III Engineering Course . IV Literary Course f I Y S . V Two Years Course in Domestic Science CVI Two Years Business Course I I 1 and Arts VII Three Years Course in Music n I J v Shops Newly Fitted With Euffalo Forges and Champion and AmcricantLathes. lj-fo-rfata Maefim:? Shoo RunJlvEUjaUH.:.. ? grlB L & "J, W SPRING WATEmBJUZJe&QMi&.M(mMW ' rFHrWMt ; gf B...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 September 1910

H H cTJte Shamrock, Slose and tjliistle. H iiii.ii..ii....i4..wtlMtltliitittHU 4 H Chapter S. H Tl 1 1: SHAM HOCK. H ' r "Hy 8U Patrick! an' Ih thcro no H ' tirlost nround tho dljKlrtjs nt nil, nt H -all. I'll ho nfther prnchin,' lab own H sannlnL. " H "'"rnlth an' It's a Unccnt prnchor yo'd H ho makliiV H "Slitiro nit' I'd bo tflvln' the wholo H uold illKinKH for n plj an a Back o' H rent Irish prntlos wld mo Molllo Glloa H (o ho cookln1 thotn nt nil, nt nil." H Tho boyn wuro hometilck hut thay H never tired of Bonrchlntf for tho ((old H nupuclH thoy hoped would noon ho H thclrx. An occasional letter wan nd H drcPHdd to Ireland, none of which over H reached thoir destlnntlou. H Tho boya worked diligently during H 'tho blj (fold oxcltomcnl with varying H oniooesH and disappointment and finally H tboy benn to look with longing oycH H -toward tho ICnnt. Each day thoy H counted tliolr IncronftliiK troamtrcH and H opnculntod nit to what each would do H whenlhoy reached tho land of their...

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. — 9 September 1910

5 Gunlock, Utah Ganlook, Utah. Sept 2, 1910 We bear the threaher humming oaee more and soon we'll shout "The barveet home." Oar frolt appears to be almost In exhaustible thin season, which has Men a aocrce of revenue to the peddlers. The fouttb otop of luoern looks very Rood thus far and tray yield heavily. Some of our men are working on the Grass Valley reservoir nnd report a big job there. We bad very llttlo ralu during tho spring and early suniraor, but have bsd refreshing showers occasionally slnco. , Joslnh Leavitt and family and J. P. Leavitt and family havo nindo their home in Ot Valley Ibis cummer L and in addition to othor cropB, have raised a large quantity of lino potatcos. Tho weather Id now delightful sud ' everybody feoia well. Annual Clearance Sale. Tho Cedar SbooD Assooiatlou d- vertlaos this wotk their regular annuil olenrnuco enln. This firm bets regularly had ealea each Thursday and tho pfople havo reoeived somo wonderful bargulns. Tho nnuuul sale will oollpso tht...

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. — 9 September 1910

mm -a- - -iw-ww ' ' .--j - . .4ln Cash and Merchandise Has Been -Paid Out by. the ' , - CEDAR SHEEP ASSOCIATION 1- IN DIVIDENDS SINCE AUGUST 1, 1910. . '- .. I ''? Our Motto is: 1 "HOMBWORKFOR HOME PEOPLE." I During the past year $25,000 has been paid out to employees of this company, all local people. This means that this amount of money has been kept AT HOME. H We are safe in saying that no other mercantile house in i v the South' is our Equal i I We have received in the past month over $8,000 in NEW GOODS Our Fall and Winter Stock is ;. ' complete in every Department ' g (fS We have the famous Strootmap and Ham- y0 m 1 Kev iRln iltn Brown Shoes that cannot be excelled jw J i TV SEsChoolJ any where for Style, Satisfaction & Comfort iBWjdk IWL SH" Our Shoe Stock Alone Amounts To Over $4,0G0, PpT I J S5V T0 0UR 0L0 PATR0NS Wo noc(1 Sfty nothing. They know from experience that Kl f kSkyyi our Goods are tip-top and our prices KIG LIT. y A J Sm& ffiT TO THE STUDENTS We solicit ...

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. — 9 September 1910

"" "' " ' " " """'" v """ '' "' - sr " r-- " " F""y7 wb IH - . m g.' - i i w.iwiMwn - .1.- .wiw ......- , i nil miKimi iin -. ii .. i i wtKiin.nitniOKi KliliW III !! .,. mi i lin ,... . II I lfc,l iMii"W- HH r' OUR FALL AND WINTER LINE, OF I J CLOTHING, HATS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS I M JSTOW IIST.. 4 TAKE NOTICE! Be up to Snuff. The classiest stuff on the market. i STYLES THE LATEST. QUALITY THE BEST. H V f- JUST ARRIVED THIS MORNING. The largest assortment of Silks I I ever shown in Southern Utah. We also received this week our Trimming H . f and can now show you suitable trimming for every style, color or price of I H I a dress. Our fall lines are practically complete. We are showing Mar- H I shall Field's Dress Goods, Coats, Suits, Knit Goods. Once you see our k H I lines you are convinced that they are the largest, newest and best. r H i Cedar &4Le:rcijn.til & Live Stools: Co. ? i l I V , West Ward Primary Cantata. Tomorrow ovoulntf tlio West Wurd Primary Acsoolatlou will...

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. — 9 September 1910

I HER REVENGE. H How a Woman Punisheo an H Innocent Man. B By MURIEL E. GRAY. H (CnpyrlKlit. 1810, y American from At- elation. J H Joliiinnn Uclfrltlco rnn unfortunate H In love. Blio wiih wooed ii nd won by H lion TlllotKoii. n diiHliIng Hiillor Ind. H Hlio loved I) I tn duvoletlly, but fio wns H ul lioiiit ii nitwit, ovvrixwrlfitf mini and H t rented lift' cruelly, ccclully when H under tin liillilcnco of ilitior. Ills H Aflfu'H iirduut love wan turned to bit H tqr linte. One of IiIh voyiiftcH iinvlnj; H IriHted four yearn wltlioiit tldliiRX from H lilni, Ills wlfo concluded that ho hnd M found ii watery grave. H 'Johanna at thin time win but twen- H ty-two yearn of iwe nnd n very at- M tmcllve young woman. Hlio longed to H i neet noiiim one who would heal the 1 wound, o'TiiHloiicd not by the loss of H Ifor liUHbuiid, but by liur duwppolnt- B incut and HiiiTVrliiK on his nccouut. H It' wiih not long before hIiu met CJeorgo M Trevor, u man Hoelnlly her .superior. m Ho bad a flue w...

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. — 9 September 1910

s Ml hub in ! i . The professional man who buys of an order house and a merchant whoha8 his printing done out of town belong to the same lodge same degree. If you want to ruin your boy just take his side on every ques tion and dispute he has with his teacher or your neighbors' child ren, just let him know you are with him, right or wrong, in all his disputes. This will give him a good start in the downward jpath. If business men in our town could do business on a strictly cash system it would be a bless ing to us all. If we all had to pay cash we would learn to live with- in our means. It would save business men the expense of bookkeepers and the loss of bad debts all of which some one has to pay for. If our town could gradually work into strictly cash system it would be better for us all. . A town is greatly judged by lis schools and churches Our churches are a great credit to a city of this size. Our church buildings are not large but neat and inviting. Our schools are equally goo...

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. — 9 September 1910

H n ) - ' " ' ." -j, --'- - - , - IIL I 1 . . -" .- - - .....! -. . nil if ..... . .. ..-f - I 1 I- - - j 3 CEDAR EQUITABLE CO-OP. M -i- ? I I 1 JUST .3R,I?,I"VEI3DI I : THE FINEST AND MOST STYUSH UNE OF IADIEST I M ; In MoKair, Silfo, Poplin, Ottoman, Suesine and j I 1 1 s ' otKer goods, IresK from. tKe Importers. j I J .All Overs, Bands, YoKes, Bands in Jets, Bands j 1 witK Jewels. M I . , g I I TKe largest and best'line in tKe SoitK. Complete f I .'!'" In Every vVidLtlx. f I Little Mens', Bos and Youths' Suits. I MENS' EXTRA PANTS IN ALL GRADES. HIGH GRADE j ' I GOODS. STYLISH AND SNAPPY. j H I Hats for Men, Yoving' and Old, Larg'e and Small, in Car B saver, Roug'K j H j Beaver and Felt. Caps for tKe little people, and j j I jl v . SCHOOL CAPS FOR THE GIRLS. CAPS FOR MEN IN ALL GRADES. f I FURS. IFTXFbS- FTJ3RS- i I Wc will show you next Monday a complete line oi! Furs fresh from the j Hji N ew York Market. H - I j V -jUmftirUV7 '"-,' -!.""" "" '-M---'' -"! '-" IM. H- ' " --2-'.'...

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. — 16 September 1910

Vol. J 7. Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, FrktfyJSept. 16, J 9 JO. " NoTil HH THE BRANCH NOlHAL SCHOOL j Opens September 16, 1910, for laminations. Class Work 1 H Begins Septedifer 19. 1 H I The following Courses are tffven at the Schools i M I The Four Years Normal School iff Four Years High School Course '", ' M III Engineering Course I W Literary Course ; ; j M V Two Years Course in Domestic Scfence VI Two Years Business Course 1 : H a" and Arts J . VII Three Years Course in Music H SAojo JVw(y Fitted With BvffaloForces nd ChfmjpjqMJUSBICfjSAtkm JJi-todxt Mzchina Shop Rtm By Electricity. H H fV fAIR A W HUGE SUCCESS. w Exhibits Best Ever Seen in Iron County ' " Igteresting Races. . areat Hany Visitors From Surrounds s ' Ing Towns Participate ft All Satisfied. !H ll ' The Iron County Fair opened L auspiciously Wednesday morning I " with all in readiness for the vis- ' dtofs and townspeople. The fair i had been well advertised and at tracted a large number of people , from the settle...

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. — 16 September 1910

I k H iBiMBWBBajBWiBBBWMWBPWBaaBiBaWBBWMBBBWBWai H .4 St H tyfrt? Shamrock, Slose and Sfiistle. 1 H Chapter S. B THIS SHAM HOOK. H Our Irian boys woro greeted heartily H Whon thoy lagaln arrived at tholr old H homo. A bnnd led tho wny to tbo H Vllngc groon with Harnoy and Klttleij H Mlko and Hridgct, Paddy and MoilTe H heading tho procession. H Vltybf, Patrick, an' lt' mcBolf wid H me jhpwfy Jllblo an' uprlg o' Hhnmrook H thata wld yo now an' I'll bo afthor H trcatln every broth o'a boy In Kllkon H noy If yo,ll bo koopin' stop to the band H an'mo, Klttlo, dnrllnt," ald Uarnoy H "And It'rt mcRulf an' Ilrldgot that's H fther koopin1 to tho rear of yo now, H wldJ'addy an' Molly kcopln' oIoho be 1 hind," piped Mlko. H Thoy danced till tho Htm went down H and then tho PrlcHtcamo forward and H joined tho thrco couple In wodlouk. H Karly tho noxt duy Mr. and Mrn H Margoo nalloil to Liverpool to spend H tholr honuymoon with rlondu who ro H nldvd In Ollsboro,! near Northampton, H Kughuid. 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. — 16 September 1910

if ' " ... Weloomo! Studeute of the B. N. Did you learn nnytblnR of value wblle attending tho races. After au absence of eevoral month., Allies Hunter Is borne again The small Soy baa began to wail beoauso Bohool openB Monday morn Ing. If you bavo a bide or polt to dis pose of call at the UOMB MEAT MA RK BT. "" Thw Dranoh Normal opens Monday 1 morning. Of course, it will be a ft aucoeBBful echool year. That's the I only kind tbo Normal over has. I "Had more fun tbau a box of I monkeys at tbo race?," was an ex 1 presaion beard on tbo streets this ' week. ; , ' No, when we reforroJ to tin lpnf- , Ing olomeut wo did not mean you, but the other follow, tbo ono who j loafs. Surely you would not Lo r guilty of loafing? Vo.ur conplexlon as well (ia your ; temper is rondored miserable by a disordered liver. By taking ObHtnber j Iain's Stomaob and Liver Tablets j you oan improvo both. j For tale by all Dealer. j T All the llttlo joltc abqnt loafers I that baa boeu printed by tbo lleoord hoB ...

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. — 16 September 1910

H 'P1H "J1 1 $18,000.00 I i r P2 In Cash and Merchandise Has Been Paid Out by the ,; CEDAR SHEEP ASSOCIATION : I . IN DIVIDENDS SINCE AUGUST 1, 1910. 1 Our Motto is: 1 "HOMEWORKFORHOME PEOPLE." I ; H During the past year $25,000 has been paid out to employees of this company, all local people. This is H I means that this amount of money has been kept AT HOME. ji H 1 W are safe in saying that no other mercantile house in . . ji H 7?? oozz zs owr Equal I H 1 We have received in the past month over $8,000 in NEW GOODS Our Fall and Winter Stock is I , complete in every Department ' I ifJfl We have the famous Strootman and Ham- 0 ! H 1 H vRfl ilton Brown Shoes that cannot be excelled jm J W H 'If (fx Eschool. m any where for Style, Satisfaction & Comfort ifmWk I: I i WXLJ"" Our Shoe Stock Alone Amounts To Over $4,000. w9 I H i 1IV TO OUR OLD PATBOHS Wo need say nothing. Thoy know from experience that Ky I M H 88 (fSfiwT' our Goods aro tip-top nul our prices RIGHT. yw g H eg gj lf TO ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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