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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 26 December 1903

H W Of the finest quality. Prices astonishingly Low Call and f) H f) See for yourselves, f) B S Cellii-loicl Goods, ' 8 H j$ Consisting of Collar and Cuff Boxes, Smoking Sets, J& H Glove and Handkerchief Sets, Toilet Cases, Shaving Sets, 71 m f Manicure Sets, Millitary Sets, and Necktie Boxes. iK H i$ We have an nice assortment of 2$ H 85 IPoyoeladbo. Glass-ware, ?) H VW nawMnirrrrr-- ' iji r. MM1 " " 1 1 ' i -T-TtlM1lirr y, mrm WF H f2 fl M j$ Suitable for Christmas presents. Consisting of Fancy W H Ja Lamps, Glass Sets Royal Blue ware, fronold England, fl S Porcelain Sets, Tea Sets, Chocolate Sets, etc. Which we m we will either sell complete or by the piece. ' H ?i e a'so can7 an extensive stock of Hardware, from fl H- J2 Tacks, to Ranges, at bed Rock Prices " fl Cedar City CO)P. I H' (i C. J. ARTHUR, Supt. U HH ' i rfaifsiiiiwaiBiiiHiana E?i H" STO IR M a 41 lojwiiiiimi 111 Minima ir i--- - rmnn 1 '" - y p Should be cleaned occasionally and i i now is your chance. Call on 9 ...

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 January 1904

ft Bbbhs Iron County Record: jhVhYhhVh Vol 1. Cedar Gty, Iron CountyUtah, Saturday, Jan. 307J9047 NoTl. IhhVhI HEBRON JOINS ; WITH ENTERPRISE. Old Town to be Abandoned to Rein- j force the New One. i I - STAKE PRESIDENCY DECIDES QUESTION "v. ' I Residents of Hebron Relinquish all ' Wnlcr Rights for $17,500 Stock In Company,. fDlxIe Advocate " The future- of ths town of Entorpriso - is now assured. The residents and 1 water p,wnors of nebron will relinquish all claims to water of that locality hi - " favor of the Enterprise company for consideration of $17,500 stock in tho company. This is tho decision handed down last Saturday by the Stako Pros "" idency of tho St. Gcorgo stake, after listening to the statements of tho inter ested parties, it having been mutually " agreed by tho water owners and tho Enterprise company to abido by tho decision of tho arbitrators This means that tho old town of Hc bron yill, as fast as practicable bo do erted and uow homes will spring up in Itho promi...

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 January 1904

H A FOUR DOLLAR BILL. H - H Drummer's Shrewd Scheme That H Proved a Winner. M "But 1 toll you," said the bank clork, H - "It 1b' hotting on a miro thin?. No ono H over daw a four-dollar bill. Thoro is H no such thing." H "I don't want your monoy," Bald tho H drummor, drawing Ills clmlr closer to H tho country sloro stovo, "hut you woro H so cock-suro that I thought you might H Mho to hot. Thoy may not havo four- fl dollar. hills in Fivo Comers, but thoy H havo tliom In Now York, all right," M "Tako him up Tor $2," said tho llv- B cry stahlo man, "and I'll go hi in far H tho samo amount." H Tho drummer v.i1h absorbed in his H nowspapor. M "I'm in for another $2," chipped In H the storokconor. H Nothing dOIng with tho drummor. H "Got him treed," snlkcrcd tho hank kf clerk, and everybody laughed. M "You follows mean it?" asked tho H drummor. H "Suro's eggs is eggs," replied tho H Btorokcoper. H Tho drummer took out a bulky pock- H ctbook and with impressive dollbera- H tion laid on tho...

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 January 1904

I THE LION'S WHELP I A Story of Cromwoll'a Tlmo BY AMELIA E. BARR. Author of "Tho Bow of Or&njo Ribbon." "I, Thou and the Otli.r On." "Th Mnld of Matdork Lane." Etc (CopjrWht, 1901, bjr Dodd. Mead & Companr. All rlehts reserved.) CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) "Cromwell wants only that Parlia ment Bhonld know Its own mind, and declaro Itself dissolved. God knows it Is high time, but Vane, and moro .with him, would sit while life lasts. Martha, my heart Is troubled within mo. Havo we got rid of one tyrant calling himself King, to give obedl enco to a hundred tyrants calling thomsolvcs Parliament? It shall not bo so. As tho Lord llveth, vorlly, It shall not!" There was a meeting of tho Coun cil at tho Speaker's house tho night . , after Israel SwafTham's indignant pro test against Parliament, and Crom well, sitting among those self-seeking men, was scornfully nngry at their deliberations. His passion for public and Boclal Justice burned, and in a thunderous speech, lit by Hashes of...

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 January 1904

Bi : Iron County Record H !, H CHARLES S. WILKINSON X H .j ....PUBLISHER.... v B ; ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1803 H JL H S- 3. H i. , ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST' V 1 . ' ' OPFICE AS' SECOND CLA80 MATTER J. H ', '. ' OTHERWISE 8TRIC7LY PIR8T CLAS8 X H x B SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR T H ,. ALWAYS'IN ADVANCE '$ Hr r H - SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 1904. H THE BROWNLAW BILL. H We are in receipt of a commtinU B cation from Congressman Walter P. B Hrownlaw of Teenncsec enclosing a B copy of the Brownlaw Hill new pen B ding in Congress, the object of B which is promotion of good wagon B roads in the United States. The B bill seeks to have Congress appro- B priatc twenty four millions of dol B lars to assist the several states in B construction of good wagon roads B Under its provisions every state B w in the union will rccicvc at least a fl quarter of a million dollars condi B - tioued upon their spending an equal B amount out of their tfwn revenues so H .that the least that would be spent H ' ' '...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 30 January 1904

I CORRESPONDENCE. TTjormalnotesTT M J:jj Jan. 28, 1004. Ki;.,ri Tho Foronnio club litis challenged the 1 1 chool fop a debate. As yet uo ono has & f agreed to moot tho wiso men wearing i , thu owl brimded with B. N. F. f i Tho Normal Hall was llllod at tho re- 1 clttil Saturday nlclit. Tho program was well rendered and all wero pleased with It. Election of new city ofllcera for the Inst, semester will take place about Fub. 1. ,4 In teachers' meeting last week the & - Instructors framed a plan to raieo tho . social bUIo of our school lifo to a higher I . plane. On Friday evenings a dance is j JjjL " to be trlv'n bcRlnnini; at seven p. m i and closintr at eleven, during which one of tho societies will carry out a program, consuming about an hour. The llrst danco will bo given Feb. lflth lu tho now Normal Hall. In order to promoto a friendly feeling I "" with tho town people and to throw any , aid wo can in their way ono Friday . , . ' each month Id to bo left, open for tho stu...

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. — 30 January 1904

TOO GIDDY FOP. HCR. Costume Shocked South Sea Islander's H Sense of Modesty. H When tho Into Bishop Solwyn first H wont as a missionary to tho South Hj Boa Islands ho found tho natives In g various Islands vory tractablo. Tho fact H however, that tho Islanders wont ab- H solutoly naked caused tho good bishop H soino anxiety and ho rosolvod to dlroct H part of his efforts to get thorn to wear H at loast tho minimum of clothing. B Ho tlioreforo obtained some bright H ly colored calico nnd loit It lying caro H lessly about his hut, knowing well that H tho bright colors would soon attract H tho attention of tho natives, H An old natlvo lady soon afterwards H called and "bishopy" allowed hor to 1 eyo tho cloth for soma time. At last ho picked up n plcco, and, offering It to H tho native, said that ho would give H it to her l( oho would wear It. H Sho departed In great gloo, but re- H turned tho following day with a down H cast look, and tho cloth neatly rolled fl up. B Handing It hack to...

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. — 30 January 1904

I I Mrs. Fairbanks tells how neglect of I B warning symptoms will soon prostrate a I woman. She thinks woman's safeguard is I Lydia E Pinfcham's Vegetable Compound "Deaji Mrs. Pinkiiam: Iciioranco and neglect aro tho cause of S tmtold femalo suffering, n-fc only with tho laws of health but with tho ' clmnco of a cure. I did not heed tho warnings of headaches, organic Eains, and general weariness, until I was well nigh prostrated. I know I ad to do something. Happily I did tho right thing. I took ljydla E. M PJnkhnm's Vegetable Compound faithfully, according to directions, and was rewarded in a fow weeks to And that my aches and pains dis V appeared, and I again felt tho glow of health through my body. Sinco m I havo been well I havo been moro careful, I havo also advised a mimber f of my sick friends to tako Iiydia E. Plnklinni's Vcgctablo Com- Souncl, and they havo nover had reason to bo sorry. Yours very truly, Ins. May Faiiuianics, 210 South 7th St., Minneapolis, Minn." (Mrs. Fai...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 30 January 1904

m ' 'IS 1 II ! II ... I II ' " IWMBIIW IIIBIP WW WW H 8 8 H s A fl!L B Aw S I 5 ' Bargains n 8 H Fancy Lamps and Fancy Dishes, reduced 20per cent. $9 H ih Ready Made Clothing reduced ten to fiftyujer cent. h jjj A SLICK CHANCE II H jl ' Mica Axle Grease reduced from 35 to 25c per quart. Fine g H 0 Coach Oil, for 25 cents per Can. , o o otu fl ' g A SWEET SUGGESTION ; 3 g H S $75.00 worth of New Choice Candy fresh from the (A H J Factory. Granulated Sugar $7.25 per sack. f o o j) 55 A DRESS BAWL J fl W 7a Our Stock of DresslGoods is large, and we are ' making (A Y W additions nearly every .week, If the Co-op can't suit you g H ! it's no use to go anywhere else. o o o o m I 1 Cedar City COOP. l C.,AKTU,SWS NO FAKE 1 H 0 IHIiWBIWIW'iIiIiIWIIIWiP I i 'IHI I'M WW H 2 BUT AN ? I HONEST FACT. 0 I "Valuable Presents given away every Saturday Evening. q 0 Oxir Great Plan $ & Monday Jan. 25th. For every cash pur- chase of 25c at our store wo give a ticket which entitles you to a chance on...

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. — 6 February 1904

I Iron CouifTY Record. I -z . -&..,.. H vq'- " Cedarbty, Iron Couiitg-Utah, Saturday, Feb. 6, 1904. Np.. I RECORD SCRIBE I ATTENDS SCHOOL Eighth Grade Students Wrwillig With H ' Physical Gwgrapiiy. I A VERY TEDIOUS READING LESSON. H Drawing a Alcntal Picture In the B Seventh Grade Spelling as H Taught by Air. Patterson, H It has been our Intention for some H , tlino punt, to visit the Dlbtrlct school, fl but we linve not been able to carry ' our intentions into effect until Inst H Monday afternoon, which we decided "H to devote to the work, thinking in onr H Iguoranco of tho magnitude of the uu- H dertaklng, that If we devoted ft whole H half day to tho business wo should H hnyo ample time in which to Bee tho en B-. tiro establishment, and sccurun column V of interesting matter for our readers. At 2 o'clock sharp, having made ar- M rangements with Principal John S. 1 Woodbury previously, we entered that " E gentleronn's room In the district school ,w building where ho conducts t...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 February 1904

bYhYhYhE H WHERE WOMEN SAVED THE DAY. H Two Cases In Which Their Services BHHJ Were of Importance. H In 1797 Col. Tato, with tlio Legion BBHj Noire, landod near Fishguard. Intend H Ing to march on and burn Bristol. H When tho expedition appeared off tho H coast thero was only a hnndfut of vol- H untecrs available to oppose them nud H Lord Cawdor, who wax In command, H mustorod all tho Welshwomen ho H could gathor' togotliur. ' Each of theso H wore a Ions led clonk, descending BBB polticont fashion almost to her hcols, H and 'thus ntflroil they wcro made to H maich und nountermurch among tho H hilly, presenting themselves at differ- H ent points to the view of the onoiny In such u way as to glvo tho lmpres- Bw nlon of rod-uniformed troops taking B up position. The French wcro so BBB puzzled by tholr appearanco that, al- B though they landed, .they could not inakemp their minds to advance until BBB sufficient time had elapsed to ralso BBB tho country and bring forward n real HH force ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 February 1904

"l,l-,,,,, ","mb11w , Sacred Heart Academy j OGDEN, UTAH. Conducted by SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS. S SEND FOR CATALOGUE. - UTArt Bt DOING 'nrc co'v-1 cotton it it fir ,i MATTRtiS V " Best mattress in tlio world. 1 Jotter tlinn any Eastern make. ' Will cost you loss money. I Ask your dealer for It. j Look for our trade mark. ' Utah Bedding & Wl'f'g Co., 3d West and 6th North SU.. Salt Lake Cltj. I The C'A. SMURTHWAITE PRODUCE CO. , OQDEN, UTAH. Buyers and Boilers of : G R A J N J CXK LOTS OXLY. 1 ?n,Te?d 5 P P to AllKtnds- Rellcrsof O C K, M Z Any Quantity, i . Bend for enr llluntratert Free Seed Catalogue, and , J Free Alfalfa llooklct. Mentlou this Paper. ' Established 11 Xears-Tbat CounU for Bomst-lnu, ' I I PAY SPOT CASH FOR )-'. EESY LAND WARRANTS ' Issued to roldlr-ra of any war Wrltomoatonre niANK H. RLOER, Birth Block. DENVER. COLO. B. C. MORRIS FLORALCO. Bet Floral Designs For All Occasions. Prompt and Careful Attention Given to Mall Orders. PHONES 1011-853. SALT LAKE CIT...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 February 1904

llronCountyRecordl HB j M CHARLESrs.m WILKINSON $ H ....PUBLISHER.... j IHH ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1093 I H CHTERCD AT THE CBDAR POST- 'Y M . . OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER J. H ................ 1 , . OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS X H SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR 1 ALWAYS IN ADVANCE $ H SATURDAY, FEB. 6,, 1904. 1 OPERATES. H fi Tim working of the prohibition law in this city is employing the minds of a number of our citizens these times for the want we suppose, H of something more exciting. The H 1 move has a number of enemies, and M though they have a great minority M on their side they live in hopes that B the people will see the error of their H ways, and return to the good old B plan of having one or two licensed H drinking palaces in the town where H the thirsty wayfarer and the bibu- B tous citizen can meet on common H y ground and be filled with the spirit H I of alcohol, while the officers of the Bm law look, on with sickly smile if B they do not approve.and realize that H t...

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. — 6 February 1904

I CORRESPONDENCE. ., JJicanarrT5 Feb." 4, 1004, ' Vf A sociable was given last week by the ? Mutual officers. John Piatt was home missionary to ' Harmony Jan. 21. , !r! The "tfutrulo Society"- Is doing a ' brisk busluess In the carpet rags and $'" i rug lines. . : ' Mutual conference at Parowan (wns attended by some of our prominent brethren Doubtless duo to the special j Invitation which they received. No overyono Is thus fayored. X ' A certain young man In our town, F", - clalimrd to have been called on a mis- .V fBlon last week, but invcstigatlori j ' -Vj showed thatjie was ilfrnld ho would I lit? overlooked nnd toolfkliis means of reminding folks that! he Is ready. I , Kuuarrn Dramatic and traveling - trnupo Jms again been reorganUed. - Within nn hour after Its resurrection I ... parts we're assigned for "The Old Way- ' side Inr" ami It Is expected they will ' , play Drst at the Kanarra Opera House t ' i three nights i) succession, after which v they will make a tour of southefn...

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. — 6 February 1904

I Ciipoia Copyright, 1903. 1 Western Newspaper union. HBV Dlonyslus and the Barber. HH Grecian history says thnt Dlonyslus' H daughters singedy Ills heard with nut H sholls becauso tlio father was nfrnld H to trust tho town barber, fearing lost H bo cut his throat! HBV It will ho remembered theso wero H tho days of treachery and cold feet! H A ruler might go to slcoii with his H , crown under his pillow and awako V next morning to find not only h.J H crown but tho head whereon It rested, HBV mlsslngl HBV Thero Is a prcccdont for this last B ,." nontonco, an Irishman sovcral years' H ago having awoko to And himself' H ' Dut, anyhow, this wasn't tho reason H Dlonyslus mado tonsorlal artists of m H - DIONYSIUS MAKES A VOW. H his protty daughters. It happenod M Ono glorious spring morning when A., tho birds woro enrolling, and tho g buds were bursting' Into heavy, per H' fumed bloom, Dlon-ctc., entered tho B- Tlllago harbor shop, climbed Into n B rod-plush clinlr and asked for a shavo. ...

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. — 6 February 1904

"Yea, Suli, I suttonly ocs b'llevo in luck, Suh," said Rnsttn, wiping tho lathor out of lila victim's eyo and spreading a fresh layer on his bristly chin. "Some folks eays doy ain't no scch flng as luck. Huh! Dom's do ory folks dat ain't nevah had no luck. Hat's why doy don't bcllovo In It. Dat's right, Suh. Ain't I got a noat H't busi ness hoah? Don't I make moah In a week don most cullud folks makes In a month? Well, Suh, It all como from a slroko uv luck Jest pure, plain, ovo'y- I day luck. Llko to hoah all about It, you say. Suh? Suttonly I'll tell you. "Vhon I fust struck N'York I warn't wurth a dollar. All 1 could get was a olo closo Job goln' round buyln' up olo close, you know. Suh, an' holler In' Cash paid.' "Do man I worked for larnt mo how to clean hud press close, which I dono rainy days. Dat whero luck Btruck me one day when I was brushln' up a " mighty nlco black coat dat warn't hardly -worn none, but had got too li'l for do gont that owned It. I turned, do pockots ins...

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. — 6 February 1904

L - - " HH A To the Front as Usual- r.. J? HH THe Old Reliable "Co-op I H Note Carefully Discounts on Articles Mentioned- Below HH 0 They Challenge the Town. g H 0 On Ladies' Wraps and Furs 25 Per. Cent 0 H r ' E i n Fancy Dishes - - 20 Per Cent t 2 H.. 2 I On Men's Clothing - - - 10 to 50 Per Cent 3 Bv 7 J On a Well Bound Dictionary and Encyclopedia 50 "Per Gent ft M si On Fancy Lamps - - - 20 Per Cent f 3 fl 4 Hardware at Bottom Prices. a S Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Stove Piping and ... I 1 , 0 ) Stove Furniture, Barbed Wire and Stapjes, . f (p H J2 J Round and Flat Iron, Nails of all Kinds and ' v c Sizes, Bolts, Locks, Hinges, Butts & Screws. f H 49 -' g rs r 4 Sundries. A czz H A Wagon Timber in Great Variety. Miners Supplies. Tents. ) Qft H 4 f Rope. Mattresses and Carpets. Glass and Earthenware.. H .. i Paints and Oils. Varnishes, Turpentine, etc. Liddles Sheep $ 2 H '3 i Dip FIUr' Bran' RIIcd BarIey' WhoIe Barley and Oats. ? P- g J Extensive Line of Shoes, Homemade and Im...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 February 1904

" HflRBflMH. mtiii: HflflBflHsf mm lHwBfHnSH I Iron CounJt Record. I I Vol. 11. Cedar" dtyTlronCounhr VA Saturday Feb. 13, 1904. No. 8 4 'aBbM I STILL GOING I TO SCHOOL. I Editor and Trustee Ilouclicn Visits 5th K Grades A & B. I MISSES REDD AND LEIGH AT WORK. K How the Teachers nonage the Ynlen- M tine Craze. Drawing In B $ Third Orade A. Tho editor of the Record, In company with Mr: Wra. llouchen of the board of school trustees, found thno to pay a brief visit to'two departments of the District school this week, but owing to its being so lato when we got there we were unable to get a clear Idea of the work that Is being done. It vns 2:35 o'clock when wo entered tho room In which Miss Alice Redd of Hurmony wns engaged lu enlightening the minds of the Fifth grades, A and B, In the mysteries of geography; the particular branch of the subject under considera tion being tho character of tho soil, nature of tho products, nnd the occupa tion of the Inhabitants of certain parts of Eur...

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. — 13 February 1904

HP Hi B GREW FROM A SWITCH. &r Willow Tree In Maine that Had Inter V estlng History. H Tho old willow troe at Fort Knox, HB out down recontly by W. F. Batchol- B dor, 1ms an interesting history. It H itood on tho John 13. I'lerco farm, Bold H to tho government for tho slto of a B fort. Sovoiitv-flvo yours ago last May, Mr. Piorco wont on horsabaclc to Del- fast ono day. On his way homo ho B eallod on Squlro Sam Shuto, who kopt H n Inn at tho placo now known as H Stockton SprlngH. Tho old squlro Itopt H food old Medforri, forty years old, and B aovcr doctored nor watered. After ro h froshlng himself with a drink of this B Inspiring beverngo Mr. Plerco had his ' borso brought around, and whllo wait- B I Ing for him walked over to a willow B treo and cut n smnll branch with which to encourage his steed. On ar- B riving homo ho threw down tho H branch and ono of tho children took H It and stuck It In the ground. It H quickly took root and from It grew H v Uils' great tree, now Just ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 February 1904

11 Miss Rose Hennessy, well known as i a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky, tells, how she was cured of uterine j inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydia E, Pnikham's Vegetable Compound l M Drcxn Mns. PiNFtHAsi : I havo boon bo blessedly holpcd through the usa of Lydlu 12. I'lnklium's Vcjretublo Compound that I feel it but jnst to acknowledge it, hoping that it may help Rome other woman suffering ns I did. " For years I enjoyed tho beht of health and thought that I would always do bo. I attended parties and receptions thinly clad, and would bo suddenly chilled, but I did not think of tho results. I caught a bad cold eighteen months ago while menstruating, and this caused inflammation of the. womb )and congested ovaries. I suffered excruciating pains and kept getting worse. My attention was called to your Vegetable Compound and tho wonderful cures it had performed, una I raado up my mind to try it for two months and boo what it would do for mo. Within ono month I felt ...

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