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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 22 March 1912

9 .-J3,P",B1B0 .ta -tho beglpnlng to say nothing nice whatever," I htiBtened to assure her. She smiled a little. "You rarely do," 'she observed; "but 1 think I shall rather like It to-night I've about exhausted all my replies. You've bo Idea how quickly you run out of replies to tho sort o amiable - platitudes that havo beoa show'ored on me latoly." "I dare say. You know I'vo never j- experienced anything llko It. Peoplo make phrases, and you mako phrases back at them. Is that It? Hut you wouldn't mako them for rao, I am 8uro." "No, I think I shouldn't consider It .worth while." "It wouldn't bo good for you If 1 oiught you at It." ' "That's tho real cleverness," she mused, "to mako a catchword sound pristine 1n its freshness. A lot of women I know can do It. I nver uld. It's art, or" "Do you remember tho story of the fairy godmother who put pearls In- . stead the words in the mouth of one of her godchildren?" I asked. "It , these were still the bleBsed days of fairies, I know a lot ...

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. — 22 March 1912

M $IM Reward, $! H Th mailer of thl pnpor will bo 1 1 MeaMd to learn that tlierii in Af Irani ono H an-ElM Hmm (hat iwjImjco li bi-cn H mbl lo euro In all It Uro, and (hat In 1 H CAUrrh, Knirn Catarrh Curo In tho only H bmIUv euro now known to (he medical H Jratfrmltr. Catarrh bain n ronstltullonnl H ttttttm, waulrMi a constitutional treat H Merit. Hnll'a Catarrh Cure In tnkfp In- I H twmaSy, nctintf directly upon tho blood H KM hmkoimi wrfaceii of tho yitom, tlirr- H fey Awtrm'tnir tb foundation of tho lli- LLm mum. m4 clvlng tho patient utrength by H feuMdfoff up tho conaUuitlon and MalMlne H fwturalH doing Itn work. Tho proprietor H fcRvo ea much fUh In Ha curadvo now- H ra that liter offor Ono Hundred Dollar H for (tor -"" that It fulla to euro. Hond H ffr UhC i tnU8ionlat. H litrtm r. J. CHKMV CO., Toledo, Ohio, H Tka I&U'a Family Wla for raaatlpattoit. B ft Vlflaaana Tf vtJbHP; iiH V i-i ,,.' .i l,.'a folic Cli&tw otw H f L'irm iHli. 'IIS Diarrhoea hemttly H ' Kfii Lit...

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. — 22 March 1912

B-- ..! ! 11.11. .1X1 I.I The Hygienist. I 'A new order of health maga- zine, publisher in Denver, which I seeks to place the public in touch with the whys and wherefores of I health and ill-health and to tell I them how to avoid the forms of I ills suffered by the present gen I eration. I The day has passed when the people are satisfied to remain in I ignorance of the cause of im I paired health and it has begun I to dawn on them that the body is I subject to certain definite physi I cal laws, which when continuous I ly violated, bring ubout a punish I ment as certain, or even more I - certain, than will a continued in fraction of the laws of any municipality. The Hygienist is the follower of no school and its only fad is "common sense." It shows why -people may get well under any or every sort of treatment pro viding such treatment does not obstruct sufficiently the working of the simple laws of the great est of all physicians , "Nature," and it makes plain, these laws for the gui...

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. — 22 March 1912

HpHT" i itii i tnwwrin i n 1 1 i nwi nw ihm. i H il i ii ii Miniin .11 iiiniiiiTfT J I ' ...-c:-- H i i ii i ii 1 1 i i i i Hj Beat oranges, bananas, applet H at Tito Cedar City Drugstore. H The, comic opera, "The Mas- Hj cot," will be ready for presonta- M tion in about two weeks. H "Inhere tholight shines", is B tiro place to get satisfaction. H The Cedar City Drug Store. H .(fori woman keep a secret?asks m an exchange. She can. That H is' to say she can keep telling H When a young man is writing H a lore letter ho should keep con- H stantly before his mind how it H would look in print. H tMiss Tobiuson will give a free H lecture to the Ladies Class, Mon- H day, March 25, at 8:U0 p. in. in H her room at tho Normal. Every H 07ic invited. H . Mrs. Lottie.. Porkins4 and M daughtor Mrs. ftowqnh.' I leap B spent afow dnys in Phfpwan last M week returning the first purt of H this week. m L R Jnkeman has takon over B the firm of Jnkeman & Canon. M It' is the intention of Mr. Jalco- 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. — 29 March 1912

B0M C0C J RECOTO. I I Vol. J9. Cedar Otv, Iron County, UttlJFHday, Mar. 29, 1912. No. 6 H I .. . .-. r i M . M I ENTHUSIASTIC I CONFERENCE. Apostle Jas. E. Talmage and Pres. Chas. Hart Present. Cvcry Session Interesting Largest Attendance In Years Many Visiting Saints. The sessions of the Parowan Stake quarterly conference held last Satudray and Sunday were the most enthusiastically atten ded of any that have been held J in years. There was a larger number of visiting saints from the various wards of the stake than is usual and all seemed to enjoy every session held. Apostle Jas. E. Talmage and Pres. Chas. Hart of Salt Lake City'were present and talked to the people along lines of interest to all. The subjects taken up by Chem were timely and well de livered, and much good advice and encouragement was given to the assembled members of the church. One feature of the Saturday sessions was the fact that more of the people were at each than is common. It is usua that at these meetings t...

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. — 29 March 1912

I IT LIPS I I THAT WERE I I SEALEDI ! . u H ' y H i; Aim Martin Estabrook :: m i Author of "Mr Couto Fatrkhi" ffffffB FB o H : PICTURES BY A. WEIL :: B ' i - m (Copyright, by jr. B. Llpplncott Co.) H (Continued from taut week.) H She laughed softly. H "luatnad of brains," nhe nald. ''They H would be ito much easier managed." H "Kjuctir!" H We laughed again. For a moment 1 H think wo forgot. Wo wcru no ac- Hj customed to being gay. H "You are very umlnblo to-night," alio H remarked after a moment. "It's ho j , nlc6 to And you thai way. You arg M not always so, you know. For in- H Htnncff " H "You mlHtako," I Interrupted; "I'm j nol'nmlablo at all to-night. I urn ex- H cccdlngly out of Horto. I havo lont j HoinothtnR, and 1 don't llko losing H things; It umkoH mo croaa." H "CarolcHH pooplo always loso H things," Htvjd bIio Huvoroly; "I alwaya H told you how cnreloHS you wore." H "I'm afraid you wore right," I ud- H inlttod; "but 1 didn't moan to ho." H "Oh, ono novor means to hu, ot H...

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. — 29 March 1912

I & M J,f" " 7i "- Notice to the Public. fce two leading magazines of the Pacific Coast, the Pacific .Monthly and the Sunset, have A , been consolidated under the title 7 ': -of "Sunset-thc Pacific Month ly" It is the intention of the pub lishers to spare no money nor effort to make Sunset the Pacific Monthly a credit to the West and . a magazine of national value and importance. To introduce it to new readers, we will make the following . special offer : Send 50c in stamps, and we will put your name on our subscription list for the next ' four months, and will send you free a copy of the superbly illustrated Mid-Winter number, and also the famous Sunset Indian poster, securely packed in a mailing tube. It will make a beautiful ornament for your front room or den. Send your order to Fred Lockley, Northwestern Manager, Sunset the Pacific Monthly, Portland, Oregon. ;'' Kidney Diseases Increase 160 ; . '" .Per Cent in the City of ; Chicago in one Gcn- f " ' -- eration. One of the m...

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. — 29 March 1912

H B' "' " 'i.'.V.'.L..." '- 1 j ; Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY, UTAH, H ALEX. H- HOLLO H C3TABLISHED BECEMBER, 1883. j , , -. H IMTIftf 0 AT THK CIDAH OITV POST H Of riCt Al CCOMO CLAM MATTCft. H ... t Hj SUBSCRIPTION 1 1. SO PER YfcAR B' ALWAYS IN AOVAHCS H Friday, Har. 29. iua H FOKMALDEHM. H (Poison,) H Formaldehyhe as a disinfectant, Hi - Deodorant and Antiseptic, is an H aqueous solution, containing H from 87 to 40 percent of absolute H Formaldehyde, which is an oxida- H tion product of Wood Alcohol. H This liquid is made by mixing H the vapor of boiling Wood Alco- H hoi, which is under pressure, H with air in proper quantity, and H allowing the mixed vapors to H pass over heated copper tubes, H and then condensing tho vapors H N by passing them into a coppor H tank providod with the means H for cooling tho tomporaturo to 0 H A C. Sufllcient water is added to H tho product to umko it contain H from 37 to 40 per cent by weight H of absolute formaldehyde. H It is a clear, colo...

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. — 29 March 1912

. . I GOOD SHAPE. EqiiitiWe Lan and Investment Cem- ' pany ifec Wrst Yet. i Caught Several IronCownty People In" its Alche and Fleeced Them Badly. The Readers of the Record will remember that tome months ago agents were around in Iron County soliciting for the Equit able Loan and fe vestment Com pany, a concern that promised '" loans on easy rate of interest. ' Several Iron County people are known to have bought cupons and made applications for loans, but that was all there was to it. No word "was received from the company whether or not the t " loan would be made and the people l)egan to get uneasy, fear j ing that they had been duped. " l The agents who worked in this jj section of country were not to 1 blsme, as the company made -!- false representations to them t ad they solicited in all good t fsrtih. 'The state officials, however, L "got on to the little scheme of jt . line :promoters of the Equitable ' Iioan and Investment company rand now they, or .'Borne of them at lleast a...

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. — 29 March 1912

' Htalo of OSI-j, r"r ' Toledo, ). H l.unii County. j""' l Krnnlc J. iuutwy mako mtCi Hint ho In B ectilor partner of the firm of ', J. ciienay H & Co., loln Imnlncxn In tho City of To- H l(i1(, C'Hiniy and Htnto aforesaid, nnd B Hint NRld firm will tiny tlm num of ONI? H JIUNDUKI) DOIiLAIlH fur i-ncU nnl ov- H rry rno of Citnrrli (lint cannot 1e rural H by Uw Uiio of IIAl.l.'H CATAtmil CIJUH. M I'll A NIC J. CIIKNBY. j Sworn to boforo tno nnd huImitIImhI In H mV ' cc, Hilt Ctli day of December, Hj (Html) A. W. m.BAHON, H Kolnry I'liMlc. H tlnll'M mtnrrh Cura n tnticn Internntly H nnd nrtn dlrctly upon tho Mood nnd mu- H oiw inirfnccK nf iho yHtoin. Send for M testlmonlnls, fri. M-. V. 3. l'Mi:Ni:' A CO., Toledo, O, B Bold y fill DrunitlnlN. 75c. j Ta&a Halt'ii Family I'llln or cottttlpattoa. B ruMMr .1 .:.' Colic. Cliottrn nun B Uhr.mbfirll 3 IttIio krmeiiy. H Nuvir ini. Uuvitnow. W in v ve We. H H , Notice for Publication. H ' (Publisher,) H Department of the Interior, U. ...

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. — 29 March 1912

B . . . B' I....- i I. .a B An easy way to keep an oil B lamp from smoking is to saturate B the wicks with strong vinegar B and allowing them to dry before B using thorn. Following this ad- B vice one will be astonished to see B how clear and brilliant a flame is B produced by a very simple pro- B cedure. You judge a man not by what he promises to do, but by what he has done. That is the only I true test. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged by this standard I has no superior. People every- where speak of it in the highest terms of praise. For sale by I Palace Drug Store. 1 A newspaper man can say nice I -and pleasant things about a iran I and his whole family for two I long years and never hear a worH I from them, and then in one short week, by some hook or crook, get in a seeming uncharitable phrase ' and get blowed higher than Guilderoy's Kite, and incur their life time enmity. This is one of the secret pleasures of the busi ness. EXCURSION RATES Via Salt Lake Route, April 2nd to 7t...

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. — 29 March 1912

I ' H I -Bo sure and read the Palace S Drug Store advertisement this H' week. It will certainly bo worth H youi while. H The talks given by the visiting H church authorities, especially H those on toleration and home H manufacture, made a lot of good H people put on their thinking H caps. Some few thoughts were H expressed by the visitors that fl will bo of immense value to all B wio hcardlthoTn. Z H The number of conference H visitors to the sessions last Sat- B urday and Sunday was larger H thn has been known for several H 4 yejira, The weather was plcas- B ant, and the knowledge that B some of the general authorities B would be-hero was a good draw- B ing card. All tho visitots, so B far as could bo learned, felt well fl m paid for the effort put forth in B coming. B On Monday evening Miss B Ililm'a Ilallman entertained in B honor of Mr. Ruobcn Pwen, who B leaves Bhortly on a mission to B England. Musjc and gumes were B pleasant features of tho evoning B as was also u very dainty...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 April 1912

B , , , , , : S-l ,.,! , ,i ,, . ). 3 H Vol. -J 9. - i Cedar Gty, Iron County, OffS Friday, Apr. 5, 19J2. No. 17, IB I Annual Pri I niary Convention. H The annual convention of H Primary workers in Parowan j Stake will be held in Cedar April , 13th and 14th. The Stake Board meeting will be held at the home of Pros. U. M T. Jones Saturday at ID a. m. The stake and local ofF.csrs meeting will be held in the Ward W Hall commencing at 2 p. m. Sat- urday. A social will be given in the m Ward Hall Saturday evening at I 8 o'clock. 1 The following is a letter from 1 the General Board of Primaries. .5 jj "To Stake and Local officers of I ' Parowan stake: j Dear Sisters: We anticipate I this year, the most successful 1 1 T convention in our history, and ' we will appreciate the assistance of the Ward workers in rallying v to the support of the Stake Board. The Primary teacher who i . misses one session of the con- I vention, misses an important op- , "" portunity for doing good, as our r- wor...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 April 1912

I S lips I I THAT WERE I I SEALED M " m , , H ;; Alma Martin Est ab rook , H i Author of "My Couiln Patricia" H MnwmaaaMnmanmaHBM i M ; PICTURES BY A. WEIL t H (CopyrlKlit, by J. I), Mpnlneott Co.) H (Contlnuod from tmit weak.) H I blinked up Into tlio rotMisofiil conn- H tciinuoo of my fnltliful nnd Impcrturb- Hj nblo Klmmonu, who iitood nbovo my H lied, ft liRlitod cnndlo. In bin linnd, IIh M rnys over bin ruddy fnco nnd ruddlor M jinjnmns. H "Mr. UomlnKrnyt" I repeated In H nlcopy nmazomont. H "Mr. Dan HomfiiKrny; yes, Kir." j "What tlma In It?" H "A llttlo pant two. Mr. Homlngrny H JiiHt enmo In by trnln, I think." H "IUohb ma! Woll, go to bod, Kim- H mono. 1 won't need you, I'll ko rlsht 1 hi, toll Mr. Ilomlngrny," fl Klmmoiin wont with dignity nnd H fluttering nnrmontH. m Ah I hurried In Dnn looked up nt M mo from n nhtilr In whlnli ho hud mink fl in un odd lump, H "Hlok, Dan?" 1 nskod. j "Blclc to death nt bonrt," bo H "Whnt'a tbo mnttor?" H Ho whoolod on mu Hburply. H "You k...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 April 1912

Heap Big Mcr. There are a heap of men who - think they are big enough to run r this state. They are sweating blood in an effort to make other , folks believe the same thing. Most of these big men are "big" in the same way that a certain -X Ohio office seeker was "big." IK He had helped elect McKinley , - and had gone down to Washing ton to pick out a job for himself. And down there they had him sized with moderate accuracy. " He was very modest. He said - ' that he knew his inability to ' ' .speak German would prevent nis being appointed minister to -I-, Berlin. Therefore he would have to content himself with being minister to London. The officials looked at him with astonish ment. Then they said: "Don't you know that we have got to have a big man for that place." With equal astonishment he came back with the exclamation: "Gracious goodness! If I land, I this place I'll be a big man, won't I?" A majority of the ! "big" men in public office today are only "big" in the same way. I -mm...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 April 1912

IB1-' r sir B Iron County Record j f CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H t .;.'............a............. H i' ALEX. H. HOLLO H unit Hj 2 ..H4.m...... ... J H ESTABLISHED DECEMOER, 1803. H 'j ' O X ' CMTCRtD AT THK CCOAM CltY POST H f OfPICI A ItCOMO CLAM MAITKft. B I 8UD8CRIPTI0N tl.BO PER YtAR H ALyAVO IH AOVAHCK ' 9 Crlilay, Apr. fi, 9 H UTAH COURTS All RIGHT. B The Record would foign lift H its little voice In protest against H tho unreasonable distrust of our H judiciary that many of tho big H dailies and nearl all of tho H magazines of tho land arc now- H ii-days ongondcring into tho H breasts of their readers; And H wo noto that some of the country H papers, ovon in Utah, aro trying H to apo and follow tho big dailies H nd tho magazines in this mat- H Wo somehow foci that, not- H withstanding tho groat amount M of "slutf" that is being written H About tho law's delay, corruption H in courts, recall of judges, etc., H otc, tho avorago man of this H ' generation is just about as honest H nnd u...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 April 1912

"7" -Communication. ;j Cedar City, April 2, Editor Record: i' As this is considered a pro-'; gressive age, I am led to ask the, question what is, the matter with Cedar? or more particularly, what is the matter with the in habitants? Having visited" the finest valleys and cities in the state ; having read of the wondt r i'ul things tha't have been accom- plished by the people in nearly , every locality from Dixie on the ' south to the northern boundaries of our state; having examined the soil and knowing the amount of rainfall in the various parts, I ( wonder what is the matter with our people. To think that a com-' munity like ours having to make the admission that we have not learned to raise enough grain to last us-the twelve months in the . . year. We have been purchasing flour in Cache Valley and we came near sending to Kansas for a carload. 1 Now, Mr. Editor, anyone cm nsk questions, but I propose to submit to a rule that no one has H, a right to ask questions that he - , or sh...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 April 1912

K That Name. H Tho name for the new paper to HH (e launched along in May has H boon selected by the committee B appointed, but no one will know H what it is or who is the winner H until the first issue. Hj Register up a guess what it is and when the paper appears see H how near you came to it. Hj Prows and Son have installed H tho gasoline lights in the home H of John Nelson and Mr. kelson H states that they are giving entire H satisfaction. Mr. Prows having Hj completed his work here will go H to Washington County where he B has contracts to install some H twenty odd lights. He leaves H next week. H Tho man who talks little but jH docs much toward showing H visitors the advantages pos- H sesscd by his town and section H is tho man who really counts in H tho obtaining of enterprises and H making cities out of villages. H Notice for Publication. H (Publisher.) H Department of tho Interior, U. B S. Land Office at Salt, Lake City, H Utah, March 19, 1012. H Notice is hereby given that 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. — 5 April 1912

For Celebration of Utah Day. Governor William Spry has issued a proclamation for the celebration of Utah day in which he recommends that the men, women and children of the state devoteijthoir attention to the subject of Utah and her in dustries and join in spreading abroad a good word for the state of Utah. Plans for this day were out lined at a recent meeting of the Unih Development league and Utah Press association, and Governor Spry has been at all times in hearty accord with the movement. Following is the Governor's proclamation; By the Governor of the State of Utah, A Recommendation. Concurring in the suggestion of the Utah Development league that a day be celebrated in the interests of Utah, I, William Spry, Governor, do hereby rec ommend that Thursday, April 25, 1912, be observed by the people of the state as "Utah I Day." Filled with promise as an oc casion upon which state and com munity loyalty may find inspira ton and encouriagement; rich in possibility as a time for stat...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 April 1912

B jfl Ju .an i m tut i " ' Vi '"iW H Arbor Day April 15. m . Tho honey bee to very much in m evidence thene npring days. B Do not fail to call and hoc the M exquisite line of spring Millinery H at Mrs. C. 8. Wilkinson's. HH Why spend time Hewing when B you can buy a ready-to-wear H houses dross for $1.26 at the H EQUITABLE CO-OP. The Young Men's organisation H of the Went Ward has dtacon- B tinned regular meetings for the m Benson. H Walker MellinK. Carl I Icy borne H and Gaorffo Hunter, who have H been at school in Provo, came H homy last Saturday. H Dr. and Mm. Leo mud loft H WcdnoHday for Snlt Lake City H to attend to xome b'uBlnow. in- H tcreaU. They will return Sun- H day. H -'Spring is hero at last. How H about that spring bonnet? You H will And something to nuit all, H : your face and also your pocket- M jj book at Mr . Wilkinson's. H Tho assessed valuation of Iron H County will be higher this year H than ever before. This means H that tho County will have moro H funds with w...

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