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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 March 1904

P I Iron County Record H CHARLES": S.R WILKINSON 2 H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 2 H : X ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- J H J OFFICE AO SECOND CLASS MATTER 2 B . l H ?X OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLA8S 1 B ? V H ? SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR H l 4 ALWAYS IH ADVANCE H"1 SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1904. H hi i 1 H x The Salina Sun truthfully remarks: H A good newspaper cannot be. made H tlicsc days without good advertisers. Hj , What is of more general concern is H the broad fact that a good town can H not be made these days without a H good newspaper. It costs money to H make a good newspaper. H The origin of this, which is going H eastern newspaper rounds, is tin- H known; "I am not much of a tnathe B raatician;" said the cigarette, but I H can add to a man's nervous troubles, H I can subtract from his physical en H crgy, I can multiply his aches and 1 pains, I can divide his mental pow- M ers, I take interest from his work, B and discount his chances for sue H When you get a catalog from a ...

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. — 12 March 1904

CORRESPONDENCE. I PARAGOONAH Mur. 0, 1904. l'rcs. U. T. Jones and counselors wero with us lust Sunday, also Mr. R. Mucscr of Provo. R. II. MoBrldo and Milton Davis Imvo started for Salt Lake City In --"" search of work. The Wcuthor Is still dry and cold. The farmers havo been putting hi some grain this week. The- brick work Is nearly completed on our no.w meetlnp liouoc. Thrco of tho trubroaaroup Win. T. Robb 9tarted to Mllford yes terday on his way to Idaho1, whero ho bus purchased a farm. ;- I suMwnrr7J - - March 10, 1004. John Furrow now housu is almost ' roiidy for occupancy. William Smith has built an addition to his homo and othorwlso Improved It. On Monday, March 7th, there was a fine baby ctrl camo to the homo of Ojcnr Unlet. Mother and child arc doing well. Wo uroBorry toloarn of the Illness of Mrs. Theresmi Dalley, who has been In Cedar slnco holidays. Wo hope she will soon bo able to corao home. Tho water owners havo been busy tho pubt week cleaning and making now ditches...

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. — 12 March 1904

m A Professional Nurso Tells Her Ex. H pcrlence With Doan's Kidney Pills. H Montnguo, Mass. H rostor-Mllburn Co., BulTalo, N. Y. H Gcntlomon I heartily wish thoso H who nro Buffering from bnckacho and Mm ' disturbed action of tho kldnoys would MM try Doan's Kidney Pills. As was tho H case with mo, thoy will bo moro than Mm turprlscd with tho results. I had boon Mg troubled for yoars with my splno. I m could not Ho on either side. Spinal M cramps would follow, and words could V not oxplaln tho agony which I would MM tnduro. Whllo In theso cramps I M could not sprak or move, but by male- Mm Ing a great effort after tho cramp had M loft mo I could begin to speak and Mm movo a Uttlo, but my wholo back was H 10 soro and lamo that I could not Mw evon havo tho back bathed for soma Mm tlmo. My norvos wero In a tcrrlblo H ! itate. I would rather sit up at night B 1 than go to bed, dreading tho cramps H tnd tho tcrrlblo backaches. I consult H ed physicians, but got only n Uttlo H rollcf for 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. — 12 March 1904

i"jg' r ""'BBBaTaaTjBTBTal jb aVLaaaawiH IMHHiSl. i"3Fw'wwwp iBfliHitfHvVKiflillP Mrs. Haskell, Worthy Vice Templar, Inde pendent Order Good Templars, of Silver Lake, Mass., tells of her cure by the use of 4Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound DEAn Mrs. PnnuiAM : Four yeara no I was nearly dead with Inflam ( tn&tlon and ulceration. I endured daily untold aony, and life was a burden to mo. I had used medicines and washes Internally and externally until I . P? d0Ju? my,ml?d ,tba there was no rollef for me. Calling at the home of a friond, I noticed a bottle-of Lydla E. Pinklinm's Vegetables Compound. 1 v T fricnd endorsed it highly and I decided to give it a trial to sco if it would Help me. It took natienco and porsevcrenco for I was in bad condition, and I wsed IiVdla E. Plnklmm's Vcjjctnblo Compound for nearly Ave months oofore I was cured, but what a change, from despair to happiness, from misery to tho delightful exhilarating feeling health always brings. I would not change b...

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. — 12 March 1904

h . . .?. a4.aaj..4...:..:..j,:..:..:-..-j..:.!:. .m-w-h-: j:"H:X'' -! k I i I f 1 I I H I We Spoke of last week is in and open for your f H. inspection A good portion of it went into the Cloth- & I 1 ! ing and Gents' Furnishing Department; where if s H you call you can see a line of Suits, in College g I g 1 and ojther late cuts, at from $300 to $21.00. s Among the many things we have to show, is a f H , 1 I fine line of Gents' FurnishingsShirts, Collars, Ties, f p H .2 f Suspenders, Etc. We have hats to suit any height g H and complexion. J g I g I To XKe Ladies.- & t ? X3 " - ' ' ...-.! j, , H g- .J. ' -" A - Hi Examine the samples of Suits, which we can g t either sell you by the yard, or have made up for you x H ,S s $ from your measurements. The grandest display of J 2 t $ Summer and Spring Dress Goods in the South. ? 25 I I J g ' I Walk up stairs and tell the clerk you i j have come to look around. I g I .if I I I 5 Per Cent Off For Cash. J t 1 1.GedaF.Gity, GO-OP. f ...

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. — 26 March 1904

'BBBBBBBBBJ HHbH Ibw s i h iti & t bbbbbb I Iron CouilrY Record.;, H BJBff ' i'i.1' "l - - BBwBhBvbI fit Vo1- " CJTdty, Iro"C'fch,laluriarMarCh2ri9n4?rrr""" lSbTj4 BBWB flf STAKE CONFERENCE m AT PAROWAN. Bf Sunday School Scssioa. Remarks by B Superintendent Armstrong. B PRES. J. G. KIMBALL PRESENT. B Answers to Prayers In Canada and on BJ the Big Horn. Learning B to Pray. JB Af tor the U9util opening exercises fol- lowed by n concert recitation, the Stake M Superintendent, of Sunday Schools said rl there are eight schools In tho stulcc, nil M in fair condition. Difficulty Is expcrl- M enced in some schools in getting com jjl petent teachers, owing to so many of i tho young men and women being away jw a great part of tho year in attendance r at the high schools. Himself and as sistants nre In full accord with the ward authorities In the different wards on Sunday School matters. Had hoped to have seen one of the members of the Union Board present on this occasion, bnt thought Bro....

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. — 26 March 1904

I THE LION'S WHELP I H A Story of CromwoIl'B Tlmo H BY AMELIA E. BARR. J Author -of "The Dovr of Oranife Ribbon." "I, Thou and the Other One," J "The Maid of Maiden Lane." Etc. PH (Cowllht, 1901, by Dodd, Mead & Company. All rlihu reervod.) H CHAPTER XV. M The Fate of Lord Cluny Neville. J On tides of glory England wan J borne tho next threo years, to a nn- J tlonal honor and strength which had H nover boforo been dreamed of. Never H In hor whole history had the govern- H mbnt been at once no thorough and so H ponctratod with a dcslro for honesty J -and capacity. For the first tlmo, tho H Bcnso of social duty to the stato took J tho placa of tho old spirit of loyalty J to tho sovereign. For tho first tlmo H and only tlmo in tho history of Eu- H rope, morality and rollgion wcro tho H qualifications Insisted on by a court H In tho mcantlmo Spain was help- J lng Charles with money which was H spent In plots to assasdtnato tho Pro- H tector. The effect of this was sov- H eral potltl...

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. — 26 March 1904

! I I INTERESTING TO AMERICANS. Western 'Canada Will Soon Become the Supply Depot for Wheat for Great Britain. 1 Dnrlnptho4 past year about jBO.000 AmorlcanB went from tho . United j States tbjCariaila. Moat of theao,B'ot- j tlo'd upon farm 'lands, and tho writer la Informed by agents of tho Cana dian Oovornnicnt that tho greatest . success has followed tho efforts .of nearly all. To their friends on thin I sldo of tho boundary lino tho fullest assuranco is glvon of tho prosperity that la In storo for thorn. There, will ! always bo a splendid market for all tho grain, cattle, and othor produce that can bo raised In Wc'storn Can ada, and with the advantages offered !of a frco homestead of 1GQ acres of land, and other laijds which may bo bought cheaply, an excellent .climate splendid Hchool system, educational advantages of tho best, what moro Is roqulred. Tho husbandman gets moro rotiirn for Jib mqnoy than In ft any other country Jn'the 'world. ? On tho .occasion of Sir Wilfred Inu 5...

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. — 26 March 1904

I H i Iron County Record IH CHARLES'S. WILKINSON X $ ....PUBLISHER.... X I $ ! ESTADLI3IIED DECEMDER, 1003 T , EMTEREO AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- T OFFICE AS SECOND CLA88 MATTER X a ' OTHERWI8E STRICTLY FIRST CLAG8 4 44,, SUBSCRIPTION $I.GO PER YEAR ? ALWAY8 IN ADVANCE X H -AJfc.A J.AA.T.I- -.--.--............. . --.. m 2 H MtUftbAV, MARCH arf, 1004. H "Truth," which is one of the most H fearless, as well as the most search- H ing paper in the state, has the fol- lowing pertinent article on the at H tempt that is being made to revive H the old bitterness that existed in H Utah before statehood. The fact H that "Truth" is non mormon, relieves H its statements from the charge of be- EH i'lg biased by its religious faith. Hb- Another fool movement, about the P' twelfth in the last twelve years, with H the avowed object of resuscitating H the old Liberal' party, has been H started. Such a movement is so ttt- H terly inane as to create seriousdoubt H of the sanity of those who are con- H ce...

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. — 26 March 1904

4 t ! !... I 1M Mm Btra$S$5S$' I CORRESPONDENCE. fe(3SSSS5S-$$$J-'''3- PAROWAN. March 22, 11)0-1. Tho'pust thri'c weeks havo posltlvoh vorlfletl tha old suylujf "March intinj weathers" mor but parttculnrly, win dy woathor. The concert by tho B N. U. profc sors nnd atuduntH wits intended by ti not vory litrtrc, but very appreciative audience. Every number was of a high order and well rendered. Compli ments and woids of praise were sound cd by tboso present. Tho missionary bull clvon Monda ovpuitI"" was better attended than ex 'pcote'd after tho many good oouhob that havo been danced for.. tho past few months, but our ever charitable citi zens could not afford in this instance to deviate from their usunl penerous eus toms. So by the expenses bclnc par tlnlly donated tho neat sum of $31 wau divided equally between tho two mis slonarles of the Parowan Ward. Our excellent conference was well attended. Tho outspoken, practical counsel and doctrlno expounded bj Golden Kimball was well rece...

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. — 26 March 1904

I i i i H :: Indispensable :: HI For all ache, from neadtofoot I j I St Jacobs Oil I H has curatlva qualities ' , H to reach the H ;t PAINS and ACHES I i M , k otitis humm family, a-d to re- i H , lisva and cura them promptly. . Prlca S5o and 50o. V I H Looking for a Itae? H Tlien why not Itoep In view the, m foot that tlio farming londa of I HBB Western ft 9BM Canada ro lufllclont to support a population of 0,0)0.000 B or over? llio Immlcrutlon fur Ilia past tli ears H baa been phenomenal. M FREE Homestead Lands HH eesll acoesullile. while other lands mar ba pur H chased from Uullwuy and Land Compaulos The H train end inucinc lands of VVcilern Canada are the B hex on the comment, producing tha bent craln. M and calllo (fod on Brass ulone) ready for market. HHf Market, BeliooL'. ItulltT-ya unit nit other H ooruIIMoim inn-o Wmteru Uniinilu nil ouvl- H ablo iot fur llio vettler. H Wrlto to Superintendent Imml;ratlon,Ottawa,Can- H ado, tor a deaorlptlve Allan, and other information. 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. — 26 March 1904

H Sswilff SWji w' &?P KSMn&IHiI? v!flWI(lilllnUu9HNt mimwE&ESBmmi& F,""'tMBBORliiuillaB I Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer of thejf Young Woman's Temperance Association of Buffalo, N. Y., strongly advises all suf fering women to rely, as she did, upon Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Dkab Mna. Pinkham: Your medlclno is Indeed an ideal woman's medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. I Buffered misery for several years, bcinff troubled with monorrhagia. My back ached, I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches. I would often wake from restful sleep, and in such pain that I suffered for hours beforo I could go to sleep again. I dreaded tho long nights as much as tho weary days. I consulted two different physicians, hoping to get relief, but, finding that their medicine did not seem to euro me, I tried your Vegetable Compound on tho recommendation of a friend from tho East who was visiting me. "lam glad that I followed her advice,...

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. — 26 March 1904

T" . Ui 0 H ' 69" llff A 1 g 88 ! 11 HI wl W W I W V II Ivli 11 If ! x 3 B S' i fe7 H 1 Now is the time to plant seeds This is the place J H 2 to get them The following are some of the lands J 8 H g J we have and the prices we sell them at s B Si ? 9 H I? I Varieties of Garden Peas 20c quart 1 H ? 2 Varieties of Sweet Corn 20c pound jg H s j 3 Varieties of Cucumbers 15c ounce I H H. i? I 2 Varieties of Danver Onions 10c ounce " H g . 4 Varieties of Radishes 5c ounce I 5 I "$?' " I ' Varieties of Tomatoes 25c ounce , I 3 i :f 3 Kinds of Garden Rakes "" f H g J 3 Kinds of Garden Hoes 1 3 H. ' g . t ay Forks, Manure Forks in great variety $ I g I Shovels, Machine Oil Wool Sacks Wool f I I H l Twine Sheep Paints and Sheep Dip I S I I ! Cedar Gity, G0-9P. 1 I C. J. ARTHUR Supt. I Q 8 ; N FRIENDS:- In this, our first ad., We K J&" "in the past, and to assure you that PAGE & H - ' PAGE intends to follow-the same plan as has H" always been the motto of PAGE & BRACK- H EN, that o...

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. — 2 April 1904

I iron couny Record. I Vol H. Cedar Gty, Iron County, " Saturday, April 2719047 No. 15 ' Bl 1 "CONFERENCE I V JWEEINGS H I Afternoon Session At Pnrowan, Sunday, H March 20, 1904. I tPBES. KIMBAIL'S INTERESTING TALK. H Prophets of Latter-day Saints, Joseph B . ..Smlthjand.HeberC. Kimball, BH Prophecies Fulfilled. i BH BH President Jones enld that he did not Hfl remember ever having seen a hotter at Hfl tendance at one of our stake confer- HI ences. Thought a departure from the HI usual custom on these Occasions might Hfl be attended with good, The bishops BH would not be required to give a detailed Hi report of the condition of their wards, fl but would be at liberty to speak upon BH any matters they felt would be of in BH tcrest and benefit to the conference. BH Fault finding would not be adyitable, fl nnjese it was for the purpose of pro- BH posing or suggesting a remedy. The BH speaker thought that there Is an im BH prorement in the stnke lately in the HI attendance nt the meeting...

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. — 2 April 1904

Bfl i B HAS CLAIM TO FAME. Bfl 'Story of the Man Who Discovered the BB First Beefsteak. Bfl Boofstoak, llko most other Rood BH things, was discovered entirely by BH ncoldcnt, says a wrltor in 'the Chicago BH Tribune. It appoars that Lucius Pla- Bfl cus, n Ilonian of rank, was ordered by HHV tho Emperor Trajan for some dffenso Bfl to not as ono of tho tncnlnl Encriflccrs flfl to Jupitor; he roslBtcd, but was at flfl longth dragged to tho altar. Thero flfl the fragments of tho victim woro laid flfl upon the flro and tho unfortuiinto Bon- flfl ntor was forcibly compolled to turn flfl them. In tho process of roasting ono BH of tho slices fell off tho coals and flfl was caught by Placua in Its fall. It BH' burned hln fingers and ho Instinctively HH thrust them Into his mouth. In that HH ' moment ho hud made tho grand dls- Bflj covcry that tho tasto of a slice, thus HH carbonadoed, was Infinitely boyoud HH nil tho sodden cookery of Homo. A BBJ now expedient to save his dignity was BBJ sug...

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. — 2 April 1904

i ft CwSaI JKStaiEs She Found It. A Btnall boy behind the davenport - was Intently listening to the conversa tion between his sister and lior beau. Whon the visitor finally proposed, alio blushlngly stammered, hesitated and flnully gurgKd: "Really, Mr. Popmore, this Is bo sud er I that Is I Why, 1 sseom to havo lost my head ontlroly!" Just then I.lttlo Willie knowing a rofusal would bo a family calamity, jumped up from behind tho sofa and shouted: "Thoro It Is, sis, there It Is I Thero's yer head, right on yor follor's shoul der!" Strange to say, tho sister found tho lost member Immediately! & & ( Frills. This winter reminds us of tho year of tho big wind! It Is sometimes difficult to borrow a dollar of one's close friend. Wo would rather have a cheery little wlfo than a wholo flock of meal tickets at n clubhouse. KansaB has a bevy of women black smiths! It Is presumed whon shoeing 1 a horso's hind leg they rldo sldo- saddlo. A burglar wns felled In Indianapolis , by a hired...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 April 1904

H I ! Ill ! i IH'iiOiihii ' in f, ill. H A rl,TVTTTTT',,rT,ll,7r,I,TTVT H :; Iron County Record H CHARLESS3.-WILKINS0N H ....PUDUISHER.... ""' E3TABLI8HED DECEMBER, IQ93 H B ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITYPOST- H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H .,........,... H . OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASR B ! ...o.4.4.. H '; ; ! subscription $i,go per year H ' ALWAYS IN ADVANCB M f SATURDAY, APRIL a, 1904. H DO NOT FAIL TO BE THERE. H The question of more school room H that is to come before the people , ext Friday night is a very tmpor- J .t?nt one and requires the exercise of H ih'c best judgement that is in the B ' community to deal with it. It seems B to be the general feeling that our Hj school population has out grown the 1 present building, and what is of still B more importance, it has out grown the grounds attached to the build- B ing, so that it is evident that if more Hj "ground cannot be gotten in that yi- B cinity a new building or buildings H will have to be erected elsewhere. H The tru...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 April 1904

i CORRESPONDENCE. 11 March 30, 1004, , A roproiontnttonof ol glit or ten have been planning to attend the general conference nt Salt Luko City. Tho Htorray wouther may dUcourago Bome from taking the ride between here and Milford By some- Friday Is considered nn un lucky day, and some, advise us to keep '" on tho alert on the first of April, not- J Withstanding It Is tho day chosen for r ! the Republican purty to hold a county J convention. Who will got fooled, tho -, delegates or tho other fellow. ,1 i On account of the light snow fall the J oast winter manv of the farmers scarce- ti ly dar6ltuke dhnnces'on sowing much J - crAlni consequently it Is estimated that I ubout half as. much wlieat has bepn. planted this year as last. The ruin and p snow fall of last night and today will1 bo highly beneficial to the seed in tho ground, but "Wo cannot reap where It was not planted' i 'An Interesting program was rendered at the conjoint seialou of thu M 1. A. j lust Sunday evening which cons...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 April 1904

1 I Complete External I and internal I Treatment I 01 DOLLAR Consisting of H Cuticura H , Soap H Id cleanse the sk'jn of crusts M CUR A Ointment to in- H stantiy allay itching, irrita- B tion, and inflammation, and H soothe and heal; and CUTI- H CUR A Pills to cool and H cleanse the blood a'nd expel H humor germs. A SINGLE B SET, costing but ONE H DOLLAR, is often suffi- H cicnt to cure the most tor- H turing, disfiguring skin, H scalp and blood humors, ec- H zemas, rashes, itchings, and J irritations, with loss of hair, H from infancy to age, when the best physicians and all H other remedies fail. B Bold throughout ta norld. Putlrnrs tlrMl H not, BOc. (lu form or Chocolate Coated rills, 1 13c, per UI or 00). Olntuitui, Sue. Sosn l!Jc H Depot: London, 2T Chartrrlunue S.1 ; l'arls, H Itus 3o la I'alit lhtaton, 13T Gduinbiia At. H roller pine, and Cdcui. Corp.. Hole I'ropa. H C7"Boml (or "How to C'uro Turlurlu-, UU- H tfurlaf Humor rroui lufsney to Ags." Miss Nettie Blackmore, Alin- 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. — 2 April 1904

H ' ' - IN A PAINFUL SITUATION. m - H Distinguished Traveler Victim of Mis- H tako of Bell Boy. Tho train on which the dlstln- BOlsliod cltizou was travollng for tho purposo of fulfilling? a lecturo ongago H inont was late ana ho arrived nt his dostlna. on only an hour or two beforo tho tlmo appointed for tho meeting. Ho went straight to a hotel and was shown up a) his room. M Ho was tired and dusty. "Boy," ho said, "bring mo a whisk." MK Tho boy wont to exocuto tho mis I elon, and a few moments later a com- mitteo from tho local society under whoso auspices he was to appear called upon him in his room. I Ho was conferring with tho commit- I too when tno boy returned, bearing M a tray containing a glass of water and a smallor glass with n red liquid in it. "What's this?" ho demanded. "It's tho whisky you ordered, sir." "I didn't order any whisky 1" ho gasped. "I ordered a whisk broom!" But ovory member of the committee representing tho Turkeyvillo Total Ab stinence) Society will bel...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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