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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 April 1904

I i I Bulk of Garden Seeds, j H H; I Now is the time to plant seeds. This is the-place :: H g to get them. The following are. some of the kinds :: i H J :: we have and the prices we sell them at; $ ,& & :: j -: : " i V ; I ' r i . ' V ." "'-' " " 3 g :: ; 8 Varieties M Garden'PeVs b 20c quart- '!i g Lm 2? :: 2 Varieties or Sweet Corn 20c pounds - 2 H g ' 3 Varieties of Cucumbers J 5c ounce H S'!,:-'-::'"- 2 Varieties of Danver Onions '.JOcIounce H H 4 Varieties of Radishes - 5c ounce - H 49 ? 3 Varieties of Tomatoes 25c 'ounce 0 H g 3 Kinds of Garden Rakes ".'" ditT""!i ' I H . 3 Kinds of Garden Hoes 5 H g 1 Hay Forks, Manure Forks in great variety. J & H H J Shovels, Machine Oil, Wool Sacks, Wool H H jg Twine, Sheep Paints, and Sheep Dip. ? I 1 Gedar Gity, GQ-OP. I B g i c. J. Arthur, Stipt. : g 5 S FRIENDS:- In this, our first ad., We H ' wish to thank you for your liberal patronage H in the past, and to assure you that PAGE !& H PAGE intends to follow-the same pla...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 April 1904

BBBBBPCBBJBBJBBBB I Iron BBjr . V, Vol. JJ. -:: I SHOWING UP IN HNE SHAPE. ; Bullion Canyon Milling: & Mining Com- H" pany's Great Prospects. I PINE CARBONATE ORE IN TUNNEL, Poss.blllty of Bdne nn'lmmcnse Body of High Oracle Ore Which Will flake the Co. Millionaires. Sinco our Inst Issue more news of nn encouraging character has been brought In from Bullion Canyon by put iM who 1 are at work for the Bullion Canyon t M Milling nnd Mining Co. Iu the fucu of m t,,e company's 200 foot tunncll a flnc ' boby of high class carbonate oro has been struck and In their double com- partmant shaft 800 feet away the same W sort of oro is encountered as" is also the case in their single shaft. Some of the stockholders begin to put on airs al ready; "Doc. Smith- smiles all over his face as he explains to our unsophisticat. ste4 cd reporter the possibilities of such a situation. It is quite possible- that this flno ore that has been encountered at the three points may extend all the way from the...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 April 1904

B BARN AND STORE HOUSVv H Plans for Commodious Structure fo H the Farm. H M. McM. Kindly publish a floor H plnu for n basement barn, 100 fcut H long and 40 feet wide, to accommo- Hr dato 3G cattlo, 8 horses, and to havo F two box stalls for cattlo and two (or H horses, besides a root houso, to hold H 2,500 bushels, a silo 12 feet square, H and a placo for manure. How thick H should tho walls bo and how doop H should tho foundations bo laid? H (2). How should tho barn bo laid out H above and how long should tho posts B be? H (3.) Tho barn will bo built rn clay H soil, 200 yards from a running stream. H Could water bo drawn from this H stream by a windmill, and what size H of plpo should bo used? H Tho accompanying plan contains H five singlo horso stalls, two box stalls H for horses, 38 cow stalls, and two box H stalls for cattlo. Tho manuro shed Is H nt'tho end of building, with a doar at H each sido wido enough to drive a H wagon through to draw tho manuro H Tho root houso Is under...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 April 1904

ir 5HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBj OPINION OF THE EDITOR OF THE ; . -. "NEBRASKA FARMER." I v Wo Expresses His Approval of Amtr tlcan Emigration to Canada. During the wlntor months tho head of the family consults with tho other j members as to the prospects for tho a futuro, and doubtless one of the most I,i Interesting topics discussed Is that of ' moving to some district whoro It Is poBslblo to more easily securo what la nocessary for a comfortable exist 11 -enco, whoro It Is an easy mattor to v become possessed of sufficient farm land to assure a competence for tho futuro. This, not only Interests tho , hoad of the family, but evory lndl ; vldual member of It. Having bofore mo the knowledge whoro ho can secure a homo with tho oxpendlturo of but little money, It Is ; well for him to obtain all informa- ' tlon possible rogardlng tho product- lvonoss of tho land In the country 1 that ho may select. For several years -$ past a largo number of Americans V havo removed to Western Canada, and as nea...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 April 1904

H ' - T , ' H :: Iron County Record H, CHARLESSS.aWILKINSON t Br ....PUDLISHER.... T H ESTADLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 I H $ H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST X H OFFICE A3 SECOND CLASS MATTER 3. bbH JL H a OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLAS8 JL bbbbH 1 1 Ji 1 jT H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR ? H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE M SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1904. M AN 1A1P0RTANT MATTER. H While visiting friends in the north H crn end of the state, Mr, David Uul- H loch of this city had the pleasure of H meeting vith Mr. G. L. Farrell of Smithficld, Cache County, who may H - be said to be the father of arid farm- H ing in Utah, Mr, Bulloch was deeply impressed with the views and con- H versatlon of Mr. Farrell on the sub J jeet of arid fanning, and came home H convinced that farming without ir- H ngation is practicable in this county. H Mr. Bulloch carefully and fully ex H plained the condition of the soil H and climate hereabouts, together H with the sort of weather that we H have in the summer and winter, ami H af...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 April 1904

I I CORRESPONDENCE. 1 ICANARRA T jj April 22, 1004. 9 The frost last nlg'it did Its work well jfl . for tho pear und plum trees show It. '.if The people in general nro quito H healthy, owing to the frcquont refresh- V Jng gules. a Tho Primary was well represented at 1 Harmony lust Sundoy ut tho confer- "rl . ence held there. M It seems that tho Y, M. M. I. Asso- elation lias discontinued its sessions, J but tho Young Ladies nro doing a good work. 1 Mrs. Riley Williams' is having the 3 worst tusslo with tho grlp'of any ono Jy In town, but sho is about to get the -J&- ' hotter oflt. 1 .Mrs. J. D, Williams is proparlng for I an operation and will go to Cedar to- if day for that pUrposo. Sho should have I ' lHu sympathy of every ono for tho Dr. a can cut and slash, but mind you, he J blashcs well. J.unos Staploy and his slstor Sarah Reeves left hero this morning for To ri nu,!l' to attend tho funeral services of their eldest brother Chas. who passed ' peacefully away yesterday about...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 April 1904

H Mr. Whltn.ey'8 Good Deed, H Tbo moose, with Its broad hornn, H ca shufllo away tho snows from tho H (ground to find the mossoH nd low H pises. Tho generous naturo of Mr. H whltnoy to llbornto carloads of but- H (aloes In our north woods provldod Br also shelter and feed for thorn. Of all H acta rich men do, this ono, to rostoro H tho natural riches wantonly destroyed H of this country, Is ono of tho most H ploaslrtg. H Bailor's Earliest Conn. H Another now thing. Can bo cut nix . tlmco during a season and sprouts again with llRhtnlng rapidity. Next to Salzer's Teoslnte It will make tnoro arreen fodder than anything else; cheap oa dirt and grown everywhere. Of Balzer's Ilenovator Grass Mixture, just tho tlitnf? for dying out pasturca H mid meadows, Mr. 13. Rappold, East Park, Ga writes, "I sowed Sulzcr'u H Grans Mlxturo on soil 'so poor two men H could not ralso n fuss on It,' and in B forty-ono days after sowing I had the grandest stand of grass In tho county, alzer's arass Mixtur...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 April 1904

HSfffODt)' IRISH MARRIAGE CUSTOMS. FjgH&JlMtehrriaklng Done by Parents of JJKLmk a Bride and Groom. HBffp. Shrovo Tuesday weddings In Ire- jRbD!? aro oxcocdlngly common and HSst,mcs nmong tho peasantry thoy MKJBgrreJicolGbratod In strango clrcum- MbsTi!?,Bcc3' Thoro la a story of a young jBwiesant girl being aroused out of bed fKrSliL00 n'sht of Shrovo Tuesday to bo skaMHTlcd beforo midnight to a well-to- nHTdeSlrlsli-Auatralaalan whom sho had HRMTer scon, though he was known to HK- kerJparentH, who mado tho match, ft BBf ttnod out a happy marriage. Tho jHtf young peoplo usually tako tho matter K philosophically, boltevlng that their H parents know best how to mako them MlPpy. ThlB anccdoto is told of a BBPjTlpporary girl: "Dlddy," asked hor HRltrlwd. "aro yo goln' off this Shroff?" refitMuaha, I don't know that," said Dll- nHiy7 "but they'ro slttln' on mo up- Hjtilra" meaning that matchmaking HEWMln progress. Another story re- HJate9 to a number of weddings taking jfflKlaco in ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 April 1904

HH -23 B q' Ji H I I i " i i H g 1 60 pieces of fancy Dress Goods. NamelydjBowiette l H (p I Gerenadine, Berlin Merc, Brocade, Vyhitej$rgancjej f 69 H f Persian Lawn, Minerva Chambry, Buodj4M0ijne 0 H H t Crepe Rape, Drape De Voile, Jacqards Wlbies. In $ H 7a I all beautiful colors, ranging 8c to 45c. W0 o o i 23 H 6? I li I . Q H P At Cedar City Co-op At Cedar Cijfty Co-op lH T Shoo Department. Gentleman -and La- About 50 pieces off Damask, A. F. C. nnd GZ fl 69 ' X dies. Zcphrlcs Gingham Ranging from 8c to Q 1 i sk Jf ' i H 2 I OnOCb, Tho finest thtft has ever been in this $ 72 B X Iloatitlful ns well ns . Durable. From clty Jf " -' ' Z S SI. 00 up to SO. 00. Call unci seo them. Call on nB.gr j jjj lH 42 I At Cedar City Co-op At dfcdar City Co-op f 0 1 ; $ o t i rp c ii 30OTyards fancy Silks, suit- J 3 , EE I Beautiful Trimmings of all ,, .f Q1 . , . . . I 3 W 75 :f abletfor Slurb Waists, waists, 73 B 6? I lcin(ls- At bed raok Pricos- Bofcoats and Suits. J 0 H I Bo sure to Cull. '...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 30 April 1904

I JRON Coum y Record. I H Vol. U. Cdar Oty, Iron County, Ujyifr Saturday, April 30, I9CNU NoTl? flH BjB . . .- f -. . .I ,i 1 CEDAR MAN DE f SCRIBES CANADA. 1 Thirty to Fifty Bushels Wheat Per If A$re Without Irrigation. if STICK WINTER OUT AND KEEP FAT. rf F.( Rich Black Loam Soil For Six to 'J- Twenty-Five DolIarsPer Acre. Good Home Market. ' , Our fellow townsman, ' Johu II. " Adams, returned Wednesday, April 20, , from a trip to Canada where he hns been in scaroh of n place to make a new , hom. Mr Adams has resided in Cedar nearly all his life and is a practical ( man who has mndo his living by manu al labor and Is consequently n pood 1 judge ot what It takes in the wny of v natural advantages to constitute a V ' country susceptible of becoming a good l place in which to mako a living, and r. . while he has nothing to any ngalnst Cedar, nor the homo lie has hud here, he feels that it is incumbent upon him to make u home where theru will not only be room for him, but also for his...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 30 April 1904

H GRASSHOPPERS AS A DELICACY, H Are Esteemed Highly by Houaewlvei H of the Philippines. B Dig grasshoppers, such aa grow fat M nnd buzz loudly in tho Orient, nro H looked upon ns table delicacies In tho H Pliillpplnos. M Thcro nro several methods used by M tho nntlvos for catching grasshoppers. j Tho moat oiTuclivo Ik tho not. This la 1 n large buttorfly not, arranged with B " notthig placed ovor n hoop, and to tho 1 lattor is fixed a long hnndlo. H Tho hopper 1b first so thoroughly H dried out In tho heat of tho sun or In H tho bako oven that thero Is nothing H loft that Is really pbjoctlonnblo, nnd a H nlco crispy article of food rosults. This H tastos sweet of Itsolf, and something H llko ginger biscuits. Tho nntlvos usif H ally sweoteu tho grasshonnor mora bv H using a sprinkling of brown sugar. H Tlion tho confectioners mnlto up grass M hoppers with sugar, chocolate trim H inlngs; and coined caudles in such a j 'way that a vory nlco tasting plcco, of H confectionery is obtained...

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 April 1904

IMMHNMMBMMMWMMMMMMMMMMMMiMMMHMHiHMMMMMWMMHHWNMHMaMMMMMW """ I THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S I ' AtUktr ef "M a Gtrl't ,Vtra." Et: Entered According to Act of Conrteu In the Year 1S90 by Street A Smith, tn the Office of the Librarian of Conrrett, at Washiniton. D C Mmemmm-. i-i-rn-vi it ,'m rivirynirriTid .rtrifir. mmjim .- r ' ' CHAPTER III Continued. That night Ills comrades nt tho tav orn had told him of this; Uioy taunt ed him with it; thoy laughod at tho girl. Thoy did not lllo her pot ono of them. Nan-op.1 natures dlsllko and dUtrust that which thoy cannot under stand. Young Greon also had arousod hla fears. Groan had an cducatio'n; he had asked where the girl obtained nor education, 'therefore she must havo on education. To-night ho was ' assured of this. Ho kicked tho book contemptuous ly, and muttered, under his breath, an oath against young Orecn. If ever ho came thoro again It would be a sorry day for him. Dolores said nothing. I A sudden frenzy seized him. He V stooped apd snatc...

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 April 1904

H m ;; Iron County Record H H t CHARLES-'S.nWILKtNSON H ....PUDLISHER ... H ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1093 H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- H OFFICE A8 SECOND CLASS MATTER H Lmm H i OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR Y MM ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H H SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1904- IN INTEREST OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS. H Sunday School Convention (0 bo Held H in Cedar. H FIVE STAKES TO PARTICIPATE 1 ElRlit Members of the Union Board L -" " 'n'qj?rescnt, nntl all Officers and H ' TcncHcr (n District. M The first Sunday School convention M thut has been held in this end of the B btnte, nud ns fnr ns we knowtlio ilrbt Wr one thut has been held outside of Salt H Lake City, will be held In this city on V Saturday and Sunday, May 14th and m 10th. Mr. Suinmerhaysof tho Union WM Jlonrd has been iti our town and iu vl- m cinity for the past ten days or more on M business, and has tnlten the opportunity JM to promote the interests and arrang m in (j of tho convention as far as ha K ' Tho St...

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. — 30 April 1904

. . ..- - M 1 1 ' " ii - -- -- -t .-,,-. H 1 """ '" " " " ' ' "' -- ' m I,, i jH PAROWAN DEPARTMF.NT CREOLE IN INCORPORATED. Stntcllne Company Files Articles With County Clerk April 27. Articles of Incorporation of the Cre ole Gold Mining' and Milling Company """" were Oled with the county clerk on the 27th Inst. The capital is placed lit 500,000 shares of the par value of 81 00 each The life nf the corporation is placed at 100 years, and the parties to the agreement are V. J. Mcliurney, 'William Drown, Joseph Arcnda and II. I). Tretiam of Jtatellne, and W. II. Weber of Denver. W. J. McHuruey Is the heaviest stock Y . holder, with 75,000 shares, and in all t 100,000 shares are subscribed for and taken. The principal property of the com pany Is the famous Creole group of 1 . claims, situated in the Statellno dls- M- ' .. trlet, and the principal ofllce and place ' of business of corpration will also be J be Stutcline. It Is scarcely necessary to state that the purposes for' which the...

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 April 1904

H TO STRENGTHEN THE EYE. H System of Athletics Said to Bo ot H Much Benefit. H That thero shouhl bo spcclnl oxor- H cises for tlio oyea Is perhaps n novel H Idea, to many. But It Is said tknt H obo way to strengthen tho oyes Is to H two them alternately upward and H downward. a tar as posslblo twenty H tim la ccslon. Do this slowly H Next Uira tho oyes on the lerol from H right to lfu raiHMUcg as before. Turn H them to Uh upper laft corner nnd H then to tagvr rlcht corner. Then al fl ter&tM tb Motion from the upper M right oonwr to tbe lower loft cornel H nnd repeat. Conclude those exorcise H by roll lap the eres around, first tc 1 the right, then to the left. In tho ex H treme limit ot the musculnr cxton H filons. Do very careful when perform H lug tho oxorclso not to strain tb B muscles. H How's This ? H We offer Ono llundrril lliillara Ueanl for anj M lus (if Catarrh lhal cannot bo cured ljr ltkll'i 1 I'aUrrli Cure. M P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo O 1 We, tho unilcrnlKUol. l...

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 April 1904

J MAGPIE PROTECTS IT8 NEST. jH Odd Construction fvlay Do HecuM of H Working of Conscience. Why does tho mngplo construct a M domo of twigs over Its nostV Most H readers will say as a sholtor; but It JMm docs not In tho least answer to such ' m a doscriptlon. Tho twigs aro only a H aotwork through which rain may pour H ind cold winds penetrate. May It not H bo tho caso that tho magplo Is con- H sclous of Its own sins, and a guilty mind, npprohonBlvo of reprisals, H causes tho bird to build this covering H ovor Its nost? The magplo is an egg H stealer, and makes uso of knowledge gained whllo carrying out Its doproda- tlons on tho contents of other nests, to protect thoso bf Us own. Country H Gentleman. H Parisian Budget. H Tho budget for the city of Paris for B 1904 amounts in receipts and expense: H to a total sum of $65,0G3.47G. I The FREE Homestead H LANDS OF I IPW Western I mm Canada I Are tho STAR ATTRACTIONS for 1904. K Millions of acrej of magnificent Grain andGrar- t'.ig landi...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 30 April 1904

: I . 1 I J " 1 H 1 60 pieces of fancy Dress Goods. Namely, Bowiette bbH S 1 Grenadine, Berlin Merc, Brocade, White Organdie, J $ H $ Persian Lawn, Minerva Chambry, Buodice Moline, J H J Crepe Rape, Drape De Voile, Jacqards Fancies. In J B 5 t a" beautiful colors, ranging 8c to 45c. o o o g II I g H : At Cedar City Co-op At Cedar City Co-op BB 4 Ulioo Department. Gcntlcmnn and La- About 60 pieces of Damask, A. F. C. and X Ji H HZ T ("es- Zcphrles Gingham, Ranging from 8c to 5 BBBb! CI 22c- $ 2 H t vJlUJCO, The finest thnt'has ever been Id this 7m B Ucautiful ns well ns Durable. From City. 4 H ST $ SI. 00 tip to 80.00. Call nnd see them. Call on ns. m At Cedar City Co"op At Cedar City "op I B S .- , m f u 300 yards fancy Silks, suit- 1 i . 5f . ,t Beautiful Trimmings of all , , . 01 . . . ' J 3 H ----&5 - t al"G or Snirt Waists, waists, 75 " ' rO I kin(ls- AC bed r?k Pricos' Box Coats and Suits. 0 J g I J3e sure to Call. From 30c up to 1.20 a yard, f 5 H 5 1 -J J 3 I i Hemember j...

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. — 7 May 1904

ViL- sPCV 1)a,loy M n' 1 Iron Counjy Record. I Vol Cedar 6'ty, Iron County, Utah, Saturday, May 77 1904. " "" No. 2Q f PROSPECTS FOR j DRY LAND FARM. I Indications Favorable for Crops the Coming Season. i SOIL MOIST JUST BELOW SURFACE. i Wheat, Rye, Orass and Alfalfa Plats are Beginning to Look Orcen. Testing- For Moisture. Jf there Is ono industry ubovo anoth er In Iron county, Id which public in tcrcat should center at the presont tlmo, it Isdry land farming. Wo huvc r-&v-'- .t lipy amount of the finest soil la ilio country, and tho boIo orawback In Mb past hus been an Insufficiency of water for Irrigating purposes. Projects for y. rcsorvolrlng and conserving the pro- clous fluid havo been freoly discussed and experimented upon in a stnull way but without uny satisfactory results. , But tho establishment of a dry land ex perimental farm in Iron county by the statu, should it prove as successful us -" .present prospects would lndleato, gives promtso of settling tho difficulty a...

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. — 7 May 1904

H HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS. H Welt Arranged Structure at Compara- H tlvely Small Cost. H An excellent plnn for a six-room M houso la shown in tho accompanying H sketches. Tho roomB are of good slzo, M and tho plan Is exceptionally well ar- H rangod,' being very compact and ceo- H nomlcnl. The cellar stairs go down H from tho kitchen under tho main front H stairs; thoro Is an outside cntranco on H the landing at tho ground level. Tho H oxtcrlor Is very neat and satisfying) fl and tho house Is a popular one.' It 1b m well (Inlshod In natural woods fl throughout. Tho dlmonslons are as M 'follows: Width, 31 feet 6 Inches; H length, Including veranda, 41 fcot C B Inches. Colling heights: Basement, 7 M foot; first htory, 9 feet C inches; sec- Hfl ond story, 0 feet. Cost, Including M plumbing and furnaco heat, $2,400 to H RC00. M Feeding Bran; Curing a Kicker. H A. S. 1. What Is tho best mothod M of feeding bran to milch cows? What M is tho best method of curing a heifer M of kicking whllo sho I...

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. — 7 May 1904

w"'M,,'''ll,l,'MI,'"l'l'''M,l""'l",l,MMIMMMMMI'l,,,','r ; I THAT GIRL sf JOHNSON'S I I M- " 7'j Mtra." Etc. I Entered Aceordlns lo Act of Comress to tha Year 1X) by Street A Smith, tn the Office or tha Librarian of Comreii. at Wathineton, D. C. CHAPTER VI Continued. Instinctively :ho glanced down toward the shop. The doors woro opon, but no one was thcro. Tho hens pocking around the doors were tho only vlslblo signs ot life to her anx ious oyes. Unconsciously she bogasi hulling tho strawberries with mo chanlcal but steady Angers. "Times Is dull 'nough, 'pears to mo," tho woman proceoded. "First torn thoro want o' rain with thor gynr din' a-drylp up spite o' tho caro wo gtv ct; then as though thot warn't 'nough, hyar kerns thor acc'd'nt tor thor maro o ther Jodgo's son, an' any -o us likely to bo kotched of 'twarn't I thct s'plclon rests In ono direction special." It was coming. Dolores waited with bated breath. A heavy senso of guilt foil upon her; she could not meet tho gaze of tho...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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