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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 October 1910

I mrPn CARE OF SEPARATOR CREAM If K Much Depends on Manner and Method H of Cootina Illustration Shows Hg Satisfactory Way. 4 For tho Inst llvo or six years, there it 's nothing that has como up oftoncr or boon discussed at grenter length at ; our dairy meetings than the quality of : our hand separator cream. Our dnlry association made n separate class for butter mado from this cream, not ask ing tho butter maker to compete with ' tho wholo milk creamery. This nrtlclo ; Is not wrltton with a view of cham- I planing the cause cf tho hand supnra to tnanufacturo but to try and help ; tho man who has found the separa tor on tho farm best suited to his con y dlttans, writes W. C. Uarnoy. Iowa ft slnto food and dairy commissioner. In Ijj Homestead. ft Wo havo been told so fretiuontly Z that we must wash our machlnos nnd n Sop , ' .i r r I The Cooling Process. Bteop them clean that I need not call our attention to this foot I would like io nsk If you would expect a but ter maker In a wholo ...

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 October 1910

I HorSe Laws Galore JT aSlllOllS Dumb Animals H By TIIUKDE KAYLE RRUCE "- m mmmhm JJTIOKUELTY societies, humano societies nnd endowed nnd M JL well-supported iiiHtitutiotiB for the benefit of our speechless H " nnirnnl friends arc nbundnnt nnd these Imvc laws gnlorc. Yet uit n nc cy ' Chicago lior8ca by the liundreda arc abused, mu- H j&JsJJL tilntcd and cruelly tortured on our fit reels. m S In ' Htutu'Cfl of Illinois, publifllicd in the Humane Ad- B ftgfifrl vocntc, tho fortieth annual report of the Humane society, M Ri w&l nurc fl n c'n,1BC reading that "whoever cuts tho solid part H FiTwiirni ' t'10 tail of any horso in tho operation known as docking, H or by any operation performed for tho purpose of shortcn- H ing tho tail, and who shall cuubo tho samo to bo done or assist in H doing such cutting, unless such is proved to bo a benefit to the horse, H shall bo punished by imprisonment in (lie county jail not exceeding ono H year, or by a flno of not less than $25 nor mo...

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 October 1910

1 y 1 Parowan News Items. I a (Received too late for last isaue.) I Parowan, Utah, Oot. 14. 1 Daniel and Robert Page left tho 1 fore part of tbo week on n prospoot- 1 ing trip. Thoy will visit Oblorlde 1 ' Canyon, Pinto, Iron Springs and other nearby mining districts. S William Sylrrstor Benson and fam ily antioipato moving to PuuRultob ; very soon. Mr. Benson lias sold bit v property in tbid oily. Up. Mltoboll ia building an addl es tlon to bis roalJenoo whlob will not p only add to its appearance, but to it? M convonlenae as well. jf David A. Mathesan leaveu for Salt M l Lako Olty on the 29tb of this month, I- wboro ho will bo set apart to Oil a K mission to Great Britain. If r Tho tbreo typhoid patients, John 'M P. Orton, Ruby Uontloy and Merlin W' Evans, are on the road to reoovery. y Our peoplo who attended tho gen- W . ' oral oonferenoo and stato fair at Salt K Latin Olty, have returned and oxpreea IthemRolvoB an having had a good timo. The pnlitloai situation is begin ning to...

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. — 21 October 1910

bbH H jutir'ir "T - ii ill. in i. i I BBBJ f . - i li - - M III ! I ' I .Railroad for I U SoutRern UtaK. BBH H L'he following flrtlolo whs dipped H from thn Weekly Press of Ucavor: H j ,'fhn proapbotH for a railroad Into H Hnfivcr nro getting brighter all tho H v (itiio. At a mooting which wna onlltjc H 'by tlio promotcro of tho enterprise In H .Salt Liiko ItiHt SHttinlny tho aeutl Hj fmeu.R oxpresaod by thono presoot were H very encouraging Mnn who are too- Hj 'ogrllzwl Hiithorlllea In the llnannlal H , world Hoimtor Smoot, A. Hanaur, Hj M. II, Wnlkor mid n number of otb- H 'ra hftvo algnlfled tholr Intention to H .beontnr Idontlllod with the propoal M 'tloii, nnd will put oonaldornblo trion H oy Into It. It'fl up to ub to take tho m Initiative nud got In on tho ground H 'J Anoitt thn now rnllvwiy aohomo for m aouthorn Utnh, n fow worda might bo B mild regarding tho "now empire" M vthloli will bo opnnod up. m ' in tho llmt plnoo tho now ayatom, fl whloh will bo Indopotidont, will n...

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 October 1910

I, mmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmtjmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwm DRY FARMING CROPS Method to Become Important Adjunct to Agriculture. Possibilities Widening With Each Suc cessive Year Extensive Expert ments Constantly In Prog ress Shed New Light. That dry farming is destined to be come nn important adjunct to Ameri can agriculturo la a conclusion no longer open to serious doubt, says Or ango Judd Farmer. Its possibilities aro r widening with each succeeding year, and Iho cxtonsivo oxpcrimcntB con Gtnntly In progress aro shedding new light upon tho wholo broad question of agriculture To tho averngo farmer tho propo sition that moisture can bo conBorved In tho soil against a day of need for weeks and months Indeed, carried over from one season into another, stems tho most absurd folly; yet that it can bo done has been amply demon stinted and tho plan is in actual op , cratlon upon hundreds of farms '' , throughout tho west Dry farming is not altogether now in tho United States. Tho Indians of i the southw...

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 October 1910

sVBB "" "' , ' ' ' "'""" . " " "" ; H "a. n. n." I m A trnvclcr to tho north, having do- H livorcd Ills luggngo to tlio cnro of An H nlcrt rnllwny porter, proccodod to 1 liinko hlmnelf comfortnblo In tho cor- m tier of n first-class umokliiB comport- M tnent Tlio porter. hnvlng performed M liln duty, enmo to tlio cnrrlngo to ro- M port, not without uxpoctntton of no- H ccptnblo rownrd." H "Well,- nald tho pntmenger, "I ce J by tho lottorn G. N. H.' on your enp, H 'Grutiiltlcn novor received."' "Not qulto that, filr." replied the porter, touching hlfl cap peak. "It I might monn 'Gratuities novor re 1 fUBed."' And tho way that porter H smiled whon ho left tho carriage bo H tokened bin sutlafnctlon nt tho mate. rial result of bin aintMt answer nnd H tho ucrvlco ho liad ronderod. Scraps. H He Kncv tho Painless Process, 1 The bnld man bad just como In nnd 1 won ntlll wearing bin bat Ho looked 1 up from bin doak nt tho thin young M "1 bnvo horo, air," nald tho Inttor, 1 glibly, "n prepara...

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 October 1910

Briefs by Associate Editor, Washington will bo moro than erer a capital city when the plana of half a dnxpti foreign government for pro viding more elaborate homes for their emhansles at an ontlay estlmat. ed at $3,500,000, shall have been' carried out. "Woman ruled man for oonturlett" sayB Prof. Clark of the Unlvoralty of Chicago. Yes and she Is still on the job A North Carolina f miner oomplnlns Sthat orowB biiro oaten 4,000 of bis ohiokeus this yonr. Rollof In eight. Eating prow Ib going to bo fashion ablo soon. Tho Ohio Stato Journal snys "Thero are too many dark spots in Columbus." Jaok Johnson has boon , playing thoro. , Hoarseness in n child subject to oroup 16 a Biiro indication of tho np pruHob of tho dieoase. If Chamber , loin's Cough Rjmedy Is given at- onno or oven uftor tho croopy cough bo uppoared, It will prevent 'tho at taok. Contains no poison. Par sale by all Dealer. Do Remember. Do remembor that you am married to n man and unt u god; bo prepared for imperfeotioua....

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. — 21 October 1910

4 H M, ,m, in- . i - I ii Mini ir mi i 1 ii n ii inr...ii.ii hit. i .- m mil i I UMiiiMili I H " ' mWi - ' " ' '" ' - ..... .... .. 1 ' " " ' ' -- I 1 - t if' H ' It is the only road to success. Our homes are here, our taxes are paid here, - ? H t and our money has been and will continue to be used in building up our town - H A and county. Your homes are here, you are taxed here and your money is invest?, "k' ,' - H 1 in this country. Our interests are mutual. I H 1 We need your trade and you need our goods. We may need something . H that you produce, labor, livestock or farm products. We should get together. r H 1 If we grow it will be because you patronize us. If you patronize us it will ! H i be because we treat you right. The rule works both ways and the store that r H A- " fails to recognize this principle ends up in ruin. , k H f We shall continue our custom of careful buying. "Quality" is the first H 1 consideration. We stand behind our goods. If they are not right we make H ...

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. — 28 October 1910

;5a''""w"SIPBBBBBBBTBaBBiBBBB HLbH Iron County Record. I ? vT7 ' - t iH V0K l'! : Cedar City, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Oct 28, 1910. No. 47 . ' i. , .BBBBBJ What the Republicans did in convention. Tbo republican delegates to tbo county convention met in tbc City Hall in Cedar Olty Saturday and formulated the following ticket which i will bo prosentod for the consider ation of the rotors on Nor. 8th: Representative, Wilford Day. 1 year term Commissioner, JoBhua IL Arthur. 2 year term CommlBeioner, J. Wal lace Williams. County Clerk, Ohaa. D, Adama. County Itncorder, Mary Ann Uumi. County TronBuror, Silaa J. Ward. County Attorney, W. E. Cony. Cosnty Shoriff, J. H. Corry. County AeseBBor, J. R. Rlokarda. County Supr. of Sohoola, It. J. Bryant, Jr. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. Wo, the republicans of Iron Coun ty in oonrontion assembled, do here by read rm our nllcgianco to the principles of tbo umad old republi can party; tbo party of Lii'oolu, RooBovelt and Tnft. We also declare our allegian...

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. — 28 October 1910

BBBBBBBJ mMHMHMHilMMMMMtfMIMMMHMaMnaMMmMMMMMMMMMmMM BBBBBBBJ Ma apaaiiiBaaMMi H How To Get On In The World. H Mont of our euoapssful men brgan B life without a dollar. Tboy havo won moon by hard work and strict lion- B esty. You do ths en mo. Hero aro rale? H (or getting on In this world. m 1. Ho honest. .Dishonesty seldom H makes one rloh, and when it does, H rlohes are a ourse. There Is no fusfc H thing as dishonest hucoom. ,f H 2. Work. The world In not goAfe H to pay for nothing, Ninety per't H of what man call gunuls Isonlya'tal M sat for Imrd work. H H. Enter into that business or trade H you like best, and for which nature H Mtm to have lilted yon, providing H It la' honorable. H it Be independent. Do not leas B or others to do your thinking or to H cosquer difficulties. H p. lie conscientious in the dis ijH bjurgB ef every duly. Do. your work M krouRlily, No one can rise who n alights hia work. H 6. Don't try to tMgln nn fop. He B gla at the bottom and you will be H ufer of ...

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. — 28 October 1910

i a . Notes From The Nation's Capitol. But Woodrow Wlleon does not promise to stop the rnoequito from joyriding on the ottlizoos of New Jersey. " " " The soore of the automobllo cup race was; Killed 4: injured 20 7 escaped with tbolr lives, r fow. i1 1 Are you tbo business manager of .' the bomeT Or like most husbands, just the pBying toller? J ? 'Champ Olaik is (letting bis mules . curried for the drive down Penney!- ' van la Avo. when ho is elosted Bpeak- 1 er j ''I'm going to win said "Suany b Jim" Sherman, vloe-Proaidont, when ;i be Knew tbat be was beateu. Jutb a i he had said down in tho Boutbvtett, i that Insurgeuoy is dead, when it was 1 sweeping tho country. There are some ; mea who believe tbat some of tho 1 - people are fools all of tbo time. 1 liritieh novelistB and tbo rouding I public nre diBOU89ing the question I "what is tbo propor length of a I novel"? Wo are not auro whether a I good novel can be too long, but we j do know that a bad novel cnunot be I too short. 3 ...

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. — 28 October 1910

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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. — 28 October 1910

iH ' v. ' " I H We are the people that can furnish you with the necessities and the luxuries of life. We have a ? jj H good , clean, honest line of merchandise in all departments and we offer you exceptionally good , j!j; H ; f prices. Special Blankets for the home at prices to suit your pocketbook.' Winter coats in canvass " jj !; H and corduroy. Slickers in two colors. We are teeming with good bargains, and can deliver your - IS H , goods on time. Our terms arc strictly 30 days and we intend to give our customers the lowest price v . 8 t f 5 consistent with our method of doing business. We expect settlement of all accounts at close of each j. ; '! H j month. Extra Secial Horso Blankets of all grades at the lowest prices possible. .!,;, 8? H jxjj , j o ' o ., . , ,8k jH u "' ' ,r Cedar Equitable Co-op. Association, '' ". 1$ H 'jl TJa.e store -tli., toeloxksrs to tla.e xeojpolv .t M K ........ ' , Sv IN ' . . ' . M "vi-v j, .l 4'-. '5 1x5 H JK . s ..-.'... jut , . ,,vi. .-.' , ' " '...

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. — 28 October 1910

Hn J Hfl Application for Patent, H III Hie United States Land Office, 8n't Lake H City, UlU,Oci. H Noilci-lsliemliy irlren Hint In imrsuaitce of H the AcUif Coiiifirss, aiirocd May 10, lH7i, HB Ti promote the doTeliiueiit of llm mining H resources f Unllr.l strttrs" Tiinmss J. Jones. H whose. isltnice address I Cedar Clljf, Utah, H cJalmliiK 611.1 linear feet of the. Iron We.difc H vein, Mo or miners! deposit, hearlnif Iron mid H other irrclous iiielnUwIili surface ground 101.4 HH el In width, lylnif, lielnir tnd sllnnlc within 1 tiioHon rStirhms Mlnlnif imirlct, County of H ion and Hlalnof Ulah, hare mads application HH lotlin United Blntrs for a patent for tlio said H Minlni,' Claim, which I mora fully drscrlhed H a to nicies and txuiids by the, official plat jlflewlth oosted, and tiy the Held notes of stil B t'iy Ifrenf, now filed In the office of the Register JH S of llil District of Lands, subject to sale, at Halt Hj ' " r,iUti i City which neld note of surf ey describe H '" " ...

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. — 28 October 1910

H jt OUR HEATERS ARE IN. t I I gHBf They are a line we are proud of for the JLI I Money, We have anything you want in II the Heater line. Laundry stoves, Parlor cook I I stoves, Coal's hot blast heaters in 6 sixes. II jm ,We have Stove Boards, Stove Pipe and many ale I H JIL other fixtures belonging to heaters. We will be JgL I H pleased to show them to you. IffiHip I I ip LEIGH FURNITURE & CARPET COMPANY. Sm II I I ASK THE ATTENDANT 1 QUESTIONS I When You Go to the Library, I She Will Help You With 1 Information. 1 Tin attendant in a library should 1 be regarded as tbo ohiet factor in 1 malting ttio library sorvioottblo to ttio I patious, writes W. I. Flotolior of 1 Amhorat Gollego, in thw NEW IDEA J WOMAN'S MAQAZISE for Novom- 9 ber. 1 in aoruo libraries one gets the im- 1 prosalou "Do not talk to Motorman." I On j saes a beaatlfully worliiug I lUHohlno, for handling bookB, the ot orator of which is obviously too ol -ily ououpied in running it to bo Hp.kon to. Suoli an arrange...

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. — 28 October 1910

m 1 1 Hl . - - " - ' - ' .v : B M - . - '- TT I I If Tn ll'T ' ' '"I- " ' '" " "' "' " '""" "" 'r " " " " - . - .. , H III WESTAND FOR GOOD, CLEAN BUSINESS. ; It is the only road to success. Our homes are here, our taxes are paid here, ... & 1 . , .and our money has been and will continue to be used in building up our town . , "- m . arid county. Your homes are here, you are taxed here and your money is invest-; -'- i I :i in this country. Our interests are mutual. : )::i-k) f 1 H ,: , '' We need your trade and you need our goods. We may need something v " 4j I H that you produce, labor, livestock or farm products. Wc- should get together. r , I H 1 1 If we grow it will be because you patronize us. If 'you patronize us it will ' 1 H J V be because we treat you right. The rule works both -ways and the store that : S H i fails to recognize this principle ends up in tain. H uf We shall continue our custom of careful buying, "Quality" is the first g. H & consideration. We' stand...

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. — 4 November 1910

HP(sWMiflWHsMHswHssHMM """ tmHiH V v: .. - --- . .- ----,- - jHBMfl D " ' sH f T;OfA'DVRTISERS Reading Notices 10 cents per line first insertion, 5 cents a line each additional insertion. Special rates on "long time" Readers. To H '"'.'.. ,-v regular display advertisers 5 cents per line each insertion. Display advertising rates furnished on application. 1 I Iron County Record. I Vol.17. Cedar CUv, Iron County, Utah, Friday r Nov. 4, J9 JO. .48 B I Mass Meeting I Wednesday Night, b - Wednoeday night tha oUIzoub mot B Id oia8a meeting In tbo tabernacle to H disouB3 the boat meana of bottorlnt? H the henlth of the oommunlty nad to H advise some way to protect, if B possible, tbo peoplo from oontraotluR H contagious diioaaea. M Mayor Woodbury noted oa obult- H man and called Dr. J. 0. Robiaon to H peak to those naiembled ou Bmall- B pox nod diphthoria and tell thorn tho "jjyk' n. naturo of the diseases and how tboy H aoted upon the aystem. The dootor S gave an interesting talk, and sbow...

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. — 4 November 1910

H : ., Ba.V !. .Jlit H The Commandments H For Every Day Life- H I. Neither lend nor borrow it H uinkua people oro8 the street when H tboy boo you coming, Your debtor will H croon the street to avoid you. NYour H creditor will 00:110 over to meet H II. It Ih tho tntildeU day In h Man's H life wlion ho feel a prompted to. gain H a dollnr without working for It. H ill, Jin tho uimter of your own H faoiiNO, If you relinquish your Author H iiy your hHpplnew will be At an H JV. When lu nner fill your mouth H " with wator, hut do not' ewallnw any H , of It. Vou will thus be enable to ro- H J'" trom fluy,u t,m,y fooiiRh H "nbitiKi. H V. Novor writo h Hue on paper tlit H i'y" would be unnamed to havo pub- H Jlhud in a nowapaper. H 1 VI, Hufraln from prantloal joking. H 4" '" tou r0H' ,nu' to Hrnent and B t too brluf to bo waited lu no wmitou a H JfaBhlun. H t VII. Look down. You will then be H taatlHiled with your condition In llfo. H f If you look up, you will perhaps, be H ' eorno ctivloua...

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. — 4 November 1910

BvJf B Be H "17 I ,T. C. ROBISON. M. D. H orrKtccMt t, t Ana mill block, cvin H eio eitr oua trout. orrict Hovnt H t-lt M. AND t-t r M. B Hl-KCIAI. ATTKNTIOX lAITO I lltHBARKH OP TI1K XYK. KAIt B 3COHIS AND TltllOAT. AND TUB lTrriNO of 01.ASHES, Hj ,, , I ALEXG. MATHESON, Wotch Repairer. I -..Bring your broken watches to mo fev and have thorn properly B i repaired. ' ft Guaranteed "Watches I Pop Sulo from 81 23 up. Why bu ?. without u iMiteh when H '$" you can get h guxl L out; in a smalt H prlio. H ,i I I "ELITE BARBER SHOP fjj W DAVID WGBSIEU, Prop. jS- 0 Locution Snndln Building I " Codur Cit-v. IJtnh. s I . !'? Shavinjj, I ' V Shampooing, 1 " Haircuttinj. . 1 ja I $ URIB & URIE i ' 'M BUTCHERS. 1 $ Dealers in rcsh Meats of all 1 1& Kinds. Frompt service 1 fllf and Meat cut in h . to suit. Outsldo Orders Solicited I t ( GEO. K. URIE, Mgr. 1 i Application for Patent. (COM & - Iit!tho Unite 1 StatJ Iviud Odice, 3aU I.aUo I Cliyiutali. Oct. 7. 1910 i. Nbdca In heret y (,...

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. — 4 November 1910

IT I Ehe Political Pot is Boiling. Some Want State Wide I , Prohibition, Others Want Local Option. Others m 1 .-& Want Everything in Sight, but you all 1 Must have Something to eat an d I w& Something to Wear. 1- M ffl . Wc nrc the people that can furnish you with the necessities and the luxuries of life. Wc have a 8$ H S - good fClenn, honest line of merchandise in all departments and we offer you exceptionally good g5 m jg prices. Special Blankets for the home at prices to suit your pocketbook. Winter coats in canvass eg H ! and corduroy. Slickers in two colors. We are teeming with good bargains and can deliver your Sg 1 !j goods on time. Our terms are strictly 30 days and we intend to give our customers the lowest price jx B M consistent with our method of doing business. We expect settlement of all accounts at close of each gw 1 jg m month. Extra SocialHorse Blankets of all grades at the lowest prices possible. s kg H ;j Cedar Equitable Co-op, Association. gj H 1 - JF1tx...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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