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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 16 September 1910

fl IbF r """"WtlEM TBfll - . , . H OUR TALL AND WINDER LINE OF I I CLOTHING, HATS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS j I m i 3STOW insr. I I ;' ; TAKE NOTICE! Be up to Snuff. The classiest stuff on the market. ".; STYLES THE LATEST. QUALITY THE BEST. '! il&v .3D 1 '..-l JUST ARRIVED THIS MORNING. Tie largest assortment of Silks I I ever shown in Southern Utah. We also received this week our Trimming - 1 and can now show you suitable trimming f 6r every style, color or price of A I 1a dress. Our fall lines are practically complete. We are showing Mar- I shall Field's Dress Goods, Coats, Suits, Knit Goods. Once you see our lines you are convinced that they are the largest, newest and best. I I Cedar IMLercaixtil & ,3Lii,ve Stock Co. f I n I m y "Train "hi.il k ii. ;--: ti i t rHieir J Jrarowan Letter Parowan, Sept. 14th. 1910. We are enjoying another gentle, steady, rain-shower, several of which have visited us recently doing lots of good to the V -,. ranges and cooling the atmos- - $ phe...

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. — 16 September 1910

H ;? , , I Notes From I Washington. H Why not give the precipitation of aviators in the daily weather H report. H It looks as if Washington fans yjll have the fun of fcclim; H sorry for St. Louis. H Joseph C. Sibley has with- H drawn on account of ill health. H It would he enough to make a man sick to spend $42,000 for a H congressional nomination and Chen hove a lot of people say he H wasn't entitled to it. H It would bo funny. if, after all H speaker Cannon would have to H jpin the insurgents to save H himself. M .V c ';!,. H . A writer in the- JMalionrtl Magazine comnnrcs Roosevelt' H and Caesar. Who the Dickens was Caesar? m ' About the only conclusion M that can be drawn from AJdriclv's H ex)lanation is that thev rubber M tariff was increased for a joke. B x Scientists have discovered a M manuscript in an entirely new H langungc. Maby some dub -tried H to spring Esperanto on tho public H three or four thousand years ago., H H VAn old man was arrested at H Beverly on confession ...

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. — 16 September 1910

1 CONCERNING THE 1 MOVING PICTURE. W Observations by Rayon, the Vet flj cran Writer and Esteemed m Authority. (Continued from last week.) I The so called "regular stage" at various times has claimed to exercise a salubrious moral influ 9 ence, but in view of the long m vogue of its devotion to adulter 's ous filth even its most partial 1 supporters have not had temerity M enough to continue that preten 1 tion. 1 More good, wholesome plays Jjr that teach the advantage of graiseworthy moral conduct have een shown on the traduced 1 screen during the past two years 1 than have been seen on the reg- 1 ular" stage in a half century. Taking the "Scenic," "Indus trial" and "Educational" films as a group, there is no gainsaying the fact that they impart a gen eral knowledge, for a few nick els, that would cost many dollars and many days of study to ac - -. quire, let alone such expenditure as would be entailed for personal observation. In this group we 'find marvels of nature otherwise m acc...

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. — 16 September 1910

H 'l H g H '9 r "i CEDAR EQUITABLE CO-OP. I ' I "ASSOCIATION. M I (J JUST -A-K,iI"V"EIDI I 1 1 THE FINEST AND MOST STYLISH LINE OF LADIES' , I 1 IDKiEjSS GKDOIDS , J I ;. j In MoKair, SilK, Poplin, Ottoman, Suesine and I other goods, fresh, from the Importers. f I TR,I3yE3VCIWCf-S. "" j I j All Overs, Bands, YoKes, Bands in Jets, Bands J idth Jewels. 1 M , " i I EMBROIDERIES. : ! 1" The largest and belt line HrtfcF9e4i. Complete ' V j In EVery Vidtlx. - X. r i - -j i I Jiu1 u-' ' j g-raai- H 1" ' " M ! 1 i I Little Mens', Boys', and Youths' Suits. j ' ' ? I MENS' EXTRA PANTS; IN . ALL GRADES. HIGH GRADE j I GOODS. STYLISH AND SNAPPY. J H I Hats for Men, Young and Old, Larg'e and Small, in Oear Beaver, Rough H if Beaver and Felt. Caps for the little people, and If j SCHOOL CAPS FOR THE GIRLS. CAPS FOR MEN IN ALL GRADES. I H,j MWWIWWIWIHIOTHII IIIMIIMMIlMIMimil-nilllinnririMllMBIIIIHIHMIIIWlllllllllJI FURS. IFTXIFIS- FTJR,S W I We will show you next Monday a complete line of Furs fres...

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. — 23 September 1910

IHff - --- F ' ' Dn' i . aTa r ' P' ) v 8fli I 1 aHHI t BHHH Iron County Record. I I : i , I Vol. J 7. Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Sept. 23, J9J0. , Nof 42 '' I 'i - , i i , , i , . ! I INTERESTING I CONFERENCE. I Every Stssm Well AUemk'"MaRy I - Visiters. I 1 Aestl- Chas. V, Penrose and Elder I ..McMurrl Presentlntercst- Inz Talks (liven. I Saturday morning at 10 o'clock I the Parowaa Stake quatterly confer- I ease eoBveaed with President Mara I -dea la charge. Oa the stand with I falsi were hla counsellors and a uum- I ber at other local authorities. The I neetlag was well atteadftd for the first session, and wan interesting from I -a raligloaa atandpoiat and the spirit I ' of tho Dloty was manifested in the services. I The afternoon Besslon waa also on6 I -of great profit to those who woro present and all enjoyed the talks gir I -eai I Sunday mornlug the Sunday Sohools I . of tho two Ocdar wards were oat iu full force, acd aa there were a large number of the older peop...

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. — 23 September 1910

HBPMHPBBHBBBBBBBBHHMflflBflH fvyu gmF .sfT"'" PiiiiiM' i i ') '1& Jf1' 4nBHBlfl 'BBBhMbIrBI ' t -.- .. m. .... ..... ... - ..- . --w.M.---wCTgiEHWi.. .NftKd8.SBPBH , HHHfflsS & , . .: .VB HHH ( ni Iron CoiiflrY Record Vol. J 7. Cedar Oty Iron CouatwlUtah, Friday, Sept, 23, J910. No. 42 HH1 -- -. : - &L : WUBmm I MERESMG I CONFERENCE. Every Scssjm Well KtkM Maitf- ' Visitors. H i H . gApeetle Chas. W. Petiroso and Elder v ""V'rtcAIurrlB Present Interest- fnz Talks Olvcn. fl Saturday morning at 10 o'olock theParowau Stake quarterly oonfor- enoa convened with President Mara I den In charge. On tho stand with him were hla counsellors and u uuro I ber of other loaal autburitlea. Tho meeting waa well attended for the I flrst session, and wan interesting from I a religious standpoint and the Bplrlfc. of the Dloty was manifested In the I services. I The afternoon tseaalon wna alsi ono of great profit to those who wero I present and all enjoyed tho tulka glv H en I 8u"uday mornin...

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. — 23 September 1910

H BaSBBSSSsl 3 H I Iron County Record j CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H I ALEX. H. ROLLO i J unit 4 1 I H g ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1893. B T KNTKRIO AT THE CKOAR CITY KMT- H Z oppicc Ar aecoHO clash mattc. 2 H 2 x H SUBSCRIPTION $1.80 PER YtAR H 2 " ALWAYS IN ABVANCI, H Friday, 5cpt, 33, 1910. . H Journalists are noble men; the; H always go la for Mm write. H ! ! I WHIM III I H Naturo atudiea should he found In H all grades of publlo schools, from M the klnderKrteB to tbs eollege: that H it Is of utmost Importance, since It M appeals to our practical lire, asd far H dereloplng our highest and beat good, H by bringing us dose to nature's heart, H and near to nature's God. M SettllnR up tine Is drawing near, 1 aad If you wish to collect your hills j easily got your bill hands printed. H This olasa of work la neatly and m cheaply executed at thin offloe. We M hare In atonk different1 aletfand H shapes of bill beads and statements. H Our commerolal printing Is heat, our H rent and In aooordaaoewlth ...

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. — 23 September 1910

H - HH Iron County Record I H X CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H 2 - " 4 1 ALEX, H. nOLLO " B 7 ,................... Z H I ESTABU8HEI BECIMBER, 1883. T H ' T (HTKflCO AT THI ClOAfl CITY PO0T 2) H OHICt At tSCOHD CLAM MATTIR. 2) H ..,.. ..... j SUBSCRIPTION $1.80 PER YtAR B Friday, Sept. 33, 1910. ft JournHllitK are noble men they H alwaya go In for the write. H Nature studies ahould he foiiBd in HB ell glades of publlo aohoola, from H the kindergarten to the college: that HL It U of utraoat Importance, alnoe It HBV apiieala to our practical life, and for B dereloplug our hlgheat and beet good, IH t7 bringing ua eloee to natare'a beart, HH Red near to nature's God. HE Settling up time la drawing near, Hw aad If 5011 wiuh to oolleot your hills HB eaally get your bill heada printed. HHL Tbla clan of work la neatly and HflV cheaply exeouted at thin ofiloe. We BBBJl bare in atook different alzei and fSBB ahapea of bill heada and atatetnenta. HHB Our ooninierolal printing la neat, cor- flF reot and in...

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. — 23 September 1910

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Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 September 1910

I Mail' Woman Fast D 1 m Supplants Man eCline in Trades fl If ii H y p. EVAN JONES I 1 1 ILS0N MOUKOW MATTHEWS asks if men arc doomed to H Ull m'c0,nc "B oxtmd ns the Indian raco, owing lo the aggressivc- H fl "0hB tt'onnnkind, H l&lSfl "m ,n mo ')f'co"u t'xlinct, but before Hint wo fllinll H ZraQ ',0 reduced ' 'M0 position of hewers of wood and drawers of H MMjB wntcr Mnfl ''oon no '" H'nco n mnn vvon n I,r'7c "' nny H gjm thing, from solving n pieturo puzzle to writing an nbstrnct H 5 thesis, that I doubt if men could hnvu (he heart to contest H KbMkm9 nny more. B Cold statistics inform us that of the flO.'J occupations in H (his country women have pre-empted a place in all but nine. Depend H upon it, these nine are so many things they don't want to do there's H nothing nowadays they can't dot There are five pilots, ten bnggagc- B women, thirly-ouo brakemen, forty-three carriage and Jiack drivorn and H COB maohinisls. H I blame it all on the bicycle and its attendant costume t...

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. — 23 September 1910

r CHILDREN CAN MAKE A TENT .' , By Following Directions Herewith Given Little Folks Can Con- t struct Shady Place. A tont can bo mndo by children Tory oaally nnd quickly without out- Bldo holp. Got thrco old sheets or , shawla, n ropo nnd nomo safety plna and follow the IlluBtrntlon shown . horowlth nnd tho directions as fol lows: Tlo tho ropo between two trees, bo that you walk under It with out touching your head Throw a shoot or shawl over It. Tlo four strings as long qb yourBolf to each coraor of tho sheet, ono on oa'ch cor ner, as tho Illustration shows, says l A Simple Tent. r . Popular Home Journal. One tho other end of each string tlo a pointed ' stick of protty good bIzo. nnd strong. Drlvo thoso Btlcks Into the ground as far from tho ropo nu you cnn. Tho shoot will now make a good roof. Two moro shoots nro now used for tho sides of tho tont. Ench sheet makes nn end and ono sldo. Uso safety qinB to pin up thoso sides. ' Tho holo nt each ond of tho tent undor tho roof Is nece...

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. — 23 September 1910

MARKETING OF FARM STUFF H Quality and Uniformity of Produce H and Attractiveness of Package H 8ecret of Success. H Purchasers noon lonrn wlioru tho H best vegetables como from nnd arc H qulok to demand tho produco of farm H era they onn roly upon. m Grower should become fntnlllnr H wltli tho conditions and preferences H Cucumbers Well Packed. B of tho tnnrkot on which thoy oxpoct H to plnco tholr iirodnco. Tho mnrkot- H Ins of nil klndH of fnnn Btuff la one H of tho most Important If not tho moat H Important part of tho business, H If otm In unnblo to visit tho big H mnikolH ono nhould write to commts- H nlon merchants nnd nsk for nil tho In- H formntlon posslblo regarding whnt Is H wanted In tho wny of nnloctlon nnd H packliiR of fruit nnd vogotnblos. Com- H mission dnnlora would rnthor hnndln H Nicely packed Cnbbaoei, H Rood, Httlnblo ntuff thnn poorly packed H ivnil unsightly produce, and nro always H ready to help growers to present tholr B products In tho most attractive man- H...

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. — 23 September 1910

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaair raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafl i .H " ' " ... i ... i H I IjADIES! I I I .,... .Are You Prepared for Winter? I H i If not you had better call on us and see our elegant line of Furs M m ' of all kinds. Best line that ever came to Cedar and at I reasonable prices. We are going to have a ,j 1 If scoId winter and you will be much more J I H I Comfortable if you have a t . I W Fur and Muff. I H I .. Hcfujintchd to. attend; any parties this winter you will need ah evening gown of some. I ' H r! fcind Let us select you one from our extensive line of Messelaine, Foulard; II 1 : . .vrt-' -V Suesine and Taffeta Silks. Daintiest fabrics and most H H I delicate colors - B jH Our general merchandise and groceries have a reputation of which we are proud. Are H H I you one of our regular customers? H, M I ! This is the store where every employee will go out. of his H I way to accomodate you. I H I QEDAR XQUITABLE CQ-GP. ASSN. II I 1 Tlae Btore -tlaat KXosa.grs to ...

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. — 23 September 1910

VL Ml LADIES! I li Are You Prepared for Winter? II I II If not you had better call on us and see our elegant line of Furs II I II of all kinds. Best line that ever came to Cedar and at II I If .' reasonable prices. We are going to haye a. ;;v II I II li nu cold winter and you will be much more II I II rt X2C comfortable if you have a Jjr II I II Fur and Muff. ' T ': ''.'''. , II I ftf Sill&s a, Specialtsr. IB I II If .you intend to attend any parties this winter you will need an evening gown of some- I m I kind. Let us select you one from our extensive line of Messelaine, Foulard, I 1 1 Suesine and Taffeta Silks. Daintiest fabrics and most I delicate colors. I H , H . . Our general merchandise and groceries have a reputation of which we are proud. Are I I you one of our regular customers? IB -B II ' This is the store where every employee will go out of his 1 1 W - 1 1 way to accomodate you. 1 1 I I CEDAR EQUITABLE CO-OP. ASSN. II I I Tlie Store tliat KoloaoLsrss to tlie 3Fooj3:i...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 September 1910

H " - I POWDER H Absolutely Pure H 73to oMy hklng powtfmr H : JUMtrfj from Roy mi Grapo Oramm of Tmrimr H loJUuni9 No Llmt Pha spkaf H Jtsss Mftotarlane It behind the H (Maulers of the Mercantile. H hft Democrats will 'be out UiIh H fill for state wide prohibition. H ''.fjlnrlfts Hanson of Leeds has been H tlsltln Ih Cedar for several days. M yilford Cox left this week for Olil- H dago to finish hie course In dentistry. H .Walter Luut resigned his position H t .the Co op Store to auoept the ooe H At the Sheep Store. H ,Mlw Llbbie Urle luft jus week fcr B KhhosIi, where she will teaoh school H this winter. H Mr. Mllew, the harness maker of H at. George, was In town thla week on H Imslnest. H Thoro nro llvo Htudontx nt tho Hranoh H formal from Hamilton's Fort this win M .All kinds of politicians in the U. H 8;reps. dams.! socs., popB , Insures , H Man eastern paper olalniB. Oorreot. M Jebn Fife left Sunday for Salt Luke V Clty where be will rwuwe his studies H at the Unlveralty of Uta...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 September 1910

B yjsJnatu-:jaft& ' ,aaajaaw.. v aga bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbhbbbbbe & JW Cl awiaaaaak ibbbbI . ill POWDER H Absolutely Pure H Thm only baking nowtfa LmW, I auuim from Royal Grape mUfu Oraam of Tartar m NolIum,No Lfmt Phosphate LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW w HB ,RaM MnafitrlHiie Is hehlud tho & I counters of tho Morcnntlle. HHfck f be Domoarats will ho out this BHft '! for ttoto wldo prohibition. HHnH Onirics Hanson of Loods hns boon jHHI "V .VlaltlnK Id Ordnr for several day a. njH Wllford Oox loft ttile woelc for Ohl HHH Cfigo to llnlab bio oourte In dontlatry. bkbhbhbh J Waltflr Ltint roulifiicd bin position BHHhIvo- fit the Go op Store to accent tlio one HflBLV $""' at the Sheep Store. maLmW Ml Mhfolo Urlo left Ina week fcr H K no fib, whoro sho will tenob eohool IHiH ., Mr. Miles, tbe barnoaa innkor of Bl St. Goornit, was In town this 'week on HB , Thcro nro llvo HtudontH at tho Urunoh HHHr onnnl from Hamilton 'h Fort this win BHBS LWLWLm M,M J" iirown It ft here 8iuidn7 HHI ...

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. — 30 September 1910

bbW BBBM h I MW'l H Br - - iwi u iob d.i,im ii I mt tm-Hlim I' i itwm V n igwbiUm n nhla.ftl.1iii i.m . , BBBBJ JBjr' . i m m ! m iiwmh'ii imsim .. ...,,. .. . t ',- -, tl.liU I I ' I. BBBBJ IK, i " ' -" v W- UfcMiiriiiit.iyi't .. Bb I t BBS I Iron Cototy Reccrik I l Yll 7' Cedar Q fr County Friday, Sept.,30,, I9jpj . No 43i I f Announcement. H or house calls from 7 a. a. to If. 9 P; m tho uniform charge will fbe 92.00 ' I. f u'Bbt calls fron 0 p. m. to 7 B m. the ohargo will be 83,00. ; Dr. J. 0. ROBISON. HI Dr. E. GREN.. BBK ,m-i m l.iM-. . r , Utah Scholars At The University Of California Tbe first Utah students under tbe WUIard D. Thompson Memorial Ftiod have oomo to tho University nf H , California. This fund whs provided by tho will of Ibo Into Jennie D. Thompson, of Salt Lake City, Ut'8,h. H. prerklea scholarships to be award- ed 6 'student who muet at least bavo completed four years in a recognized bigb school, and wbo may tbob pursuo their itudios at the University of Calif...

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. — 30 September 1910

B 0I SSSBSIIMBSSSS SSSSaSSSSSMSSSSSItSSBM) I I II I I B ill H, ' - - - ., ,.MM. ! Iron County Record I fvuiiNi ivfoy rtis.v? T J CEDAR CITY, UTAH. ; ALEX. H. ROLLO f iiini A ' . J? ; ESTABLISHES BECEMBER, ISB3. f ) 1NTBAI0 AT THE CKDAR CITV POST' , orncti as second clais matter. 3 1 $ 8UBBCRITKN tl.BO PER YtA I ALWAVI IN ADVANCE & H Friday, Sept. 30, 1910. H POLITICAL H For weeks pHBt the Record hna linen H bMelged with questions hh to why H them Iihb boen mo inontlon nmde of H probable anudldntea for oounty ofll- H cam, The reanon buoIi In the uaoo Is H beoatiBo of the faol that nothing ro H linhlo oan Le Jenmed. Jf one H apjiroflfllioH h man who In the past H has had aspiration, or who Is now H holding ollloe, and hbh; If he Is a can- H dldato, the questlner Is Invariably B pftolf with the, remark: "I am In H the hniids of my party. If tho raotn- H bora doalro me to run for ofllco 1 H ahall do ao, I have no proferonoe one H way or tho other." H Now, It is Impossible to dish nu...

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. — 30 September 1910

HCORD SUPPLEMENT. " CcdaTdty, UtahTSept. 30f I910 " t 101 Not Our Agnes Brown. American Pork, Sop. 251 A party of young people, Harry Iloldon, Frod Orouio, Agues Ilrown and Florence Hruiiur, of tbia oity, met with a seri ous accident Wednesday evoning whilo returning from Salt Lako Oity In an automobile. They wore coming along south of Sundv at a fairly good j rate when tho automobile struck a rut in the road aud bkldded otf Into a ' vraah uloso by and turned turtle. In turning, tho maohiuo lie on MIbb Drown and she had ono foot badly oriiahod, whilo one of bor tooa was ant completely oil. MImb Erbabr was also badly bruised and nut, whilo lloldou, who was running tho ma nhluo, waB knooked uucouBoioua by i the blow. Gromo, tho other member of the party, naoapod lojjry. Tho pooplo wore picked up by au i other car which happened to be corn. I ing along and brought to American Fork, whoro thulr wounds woro dreasod I and thoy woro inndo comfortable U Iloldon was not soriouBly Injured and...

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. — 30 September 1910

H I Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. $ H x x H 1 ALEX. H. ROLLO H ESTABLISHED BECEMBER, 1893. H X CNTCRIO AT THI CKDAR CITY POST H Z OrriCK AS KCONO CLASS matter. PPPH Y .. ? M SUBSCRIPTION $1.80 PRR YtAR H S ALWAYS IN ADVANCE, f Friday, Sept. 30, 1910. H POLITICAL. B For weeks past tlio Heoord tins boon H beselgnd with ijiieatlotiH us to why H thero Iihb been no tnantloii mudo of H probftble aundldntoH for oounty olll H eers. The renson fitiob Is tho ohbo Is B beoniiHO of the (not that nothing ro B liablo can to learned, if nno B approHoheB a man who In tho pait B has bad Hsplratlon, or who Is now H holding oilloo, and ask If he Is a ami H dldato, the queatluer Is Invariably H pi't oir with the, remark: "i am In H the banda of my party. If tho room B bors dnslro mo to run for oillco 1 B shall do no. I have no proferonoe 0110 B way or the nthwr, " B Now, It Is Impossible to dish out B reliable political dope undor theoo B conditions, so the Record has kept fl quiet. To satisfy...

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