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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 May 1904

H : : Iron County Record. H .. ..4 , 1 CHARLESSS.BWILKINSON H ...-PUDLISHER.... H ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1093 ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST H OFFICE AS 6SC0N0 CLASS MATTER H . OTHERWISE STRICTLV FIRST CLASS H . 4 t 4A H SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR MMM ALWAYS III AOVANCE H SATURDAY, MAY 7 1904. H With it Saturday edition the H Dcscrct News published an elegant H war map of the present Held of op- H orations in the Orient. On the map H arc shown the railroads, principal H water routes with distances in nauti- H , cal milns, submarine cables, etc., H and fortifications, navy yards and H treaty ports are also indicated. The H News is Utah's most popular daily H and this production is another pace H in its linb of progress M The Branch Normal has lately H put in a fine stage and lot of nice H new scenery in the large room in H the new normal building. This H coupled. with the fact that they have H the finest floor for dancing purposes H til Southern Utah makes the Cedar H branch of the s...

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. — 7 May 1904

BHF WSHHHHMHHHHiH iHHB-BH 0 i-" " !" -. " ' ....--.-. . '""""" jr jL ' ' "" ' "" i.... ., .,.,,.-. .-,..... enb PAROWAN DEPAPTMF.MT H ---K--H I --LOCAL ITEMS., i A number of Cedar City people, hav ing business in the district court, have visited I'arowan (hirlnfrit'iclwcclc. FOR SALE. 3,000 pouuds of lino potatoes. Knquire of Wilford Day, I'arowan. Last, Sunday being fast day, tho usu al testimonies were' borne. Tlio babies were blessed and thirteen new members of tho church were confirmed. vLast Monday a niarrlago licenco was issued by County Cleric Morris, to Miss Sarah Owens and John H. Itoblnson, both of 1'nragoonali. Attornoy V. V. Knox of Ucavcr and Stenographer Cook of Nephl were in J attendance at tho district court aud registered at the Curtis House. Judge Booth, Attorneys Oeorge II. and Joshua Oreeawood, who, however, S-.,4 i'iirtt not related, registered at the Yard-' ey House during district court. Tho dancing party given last Monday fivenlng was a perfect succccs. Altho...

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. — 7 May 1904

H " ' mi t ' ,, ' , ,r ' m H 4 -WOMEN BREAK DOWN. i tJAtn' SUtUM womffB JTtU (rm a condition H Kjf UpSv " tavalW." Con- aH J.cSil! t,tiiual tanRUor. nil rfyfcjt t)r-j ut. run down, B M$iBl5p' Vaettaelm nerves shat- LaH LSoi'S tere' badacfao, tt'rrl- B BHkuc! bto pUm' n ttPfllt0' H LHkw toor tllSP3tton. In nino H jHKltll casps ton "'8 saBn? cuuso tho kldnoys fall flHaHM tn tin Iholr wnrlt nf I dVIHi Altering tho poisonous nmBP system waste from tho KnoflBw blood. Tho kldnoys B filler aro weak and need the H stronRthcnlng help of H Doan's Kidney Pills. Read how theso H -jdlls ropalr a weakened physical con- H iltlon when this condition Is causod H by oleic kldnoys: H Mrs. Sadlo Mcttlos of 394 W. 4th H Avo., Columbus, Ohio, says: "Prior to H tho yoar 1898 r aurtorod considerably H (rom bnekneho, pain In tho head, Ian H juor and dopresslon and weakness of H tho action of tho kldnoys. Tho pain H was always worso In tho morning, and ! folt mlsorablo. I was induced to H procure a box of Do...

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. — 7 May 1904

UE) isHKi- vC-Vfssssm BsssssklMvssssslisssssV. ssssssflPHssEvifi ssstilMiit!BssisiiiiK ssbbbW ssbbmbmbssssssssssssbbV?''4 . sssssssssssBBBBBSnsssnsssssBs iB "C i &"'"Z 'Laaassssl B 'M") V 0 ''"! . 'isisfl 'Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn.,' tells how she was cured of backache, dizziness, pain ful and irregular periods by the use of Lydia E, Pinfcham's Vegetable Compound. "Deak Mns. Pinkham: Gratitude compels mo to acknowledges the great mont of your Vegetable Compound. I liavo Buffered for four yca"3 with Irregular and painful menstruation, also dizziness, pains in tho back and lower limbs, and fitful sleop. I dreaded tho timo to como which would only mean suffering to mo. " Bettor health is all I wanted, and euro if possible. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound brought mo health and happiness in a few short months. I feel liko another person now. My aches and pains havo left mo. Lifo seems now and sweet to me, and everything seems pleasant and easy. "Six bottles brought mo hea...

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. — 7 May 1904

H ' , K , - fh H f " e BBBBBBBbH flkZ 4 4 -J-S ! I 60 pieces of fancy Dress Goods. Namely, Bowiette g H 49 J Gerenadine, Berlin Merc, Brocade, White Organdie, g H K Persian Lawn, Minerva Chambry, Buodice Moline, :: g H i Crepe Rape, Drape De Voile, Jacqards Fancies. In :: g H 75 all beautiful colors, ranging 8c to 45c. o o o :: 45 & 1 1 :: S Hj $ At Cedar Cily Co-op At Cedar City Co-op 3 BBbH 72 I B9 H 6 X Shoo Department. Gentleman and La- About 50 pieces of Damask, A. F. C. and . . j bbbbI 3? dies. V Zephrlea Glngharu, Hanging from 8c to bbbbb ' v . - H .' Jtr . 1 OJIOCS, Tl,0 flnest tj,nt lms cvcr !,een jn tliia -J bbH S Beautiful as well aa Durable. From citJ M L T si.oo up to SO.00. Call and sec tbora. Call on us. t! CSS H jj X " I I ! At Cedar City Co-op At Cedar City Co-op g S $ n .,,,. . . 300 yards fancy Silks, suit- :: I Beautiful Inmmings Of all aUo for Shirt Waist waists, $ 3 H- .,K I kinds. At bed rock. Prices. Box Coats and Suits. 6 H ' Be sure to Call. From 30c up...

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. — 14 May 1904

1 9S9H f Iron Couy Record. I Vol H' Cedar Gty, Iron County-fUtah, Saturday, May 14, 1904. Noffjl 'Bl CEDAR BOYS VISIT IDAHO. I find That (he Reports of Work .in That State and .Wyoming .ARE GREATLY OYER ESTIMATED. I A Fine Country. People Prosperous Jr , and Well Contented. Every thing - -T Done on a Large Scale. Owingr to the reports that have reached " our city of the fine opportunities for work In the state of Idaho, a party of our young men. numbering ten or twelve started out on the 10th of lust month to obtain employment and In cidentally to Tlew thu country. Taking ' the cars at Lund the most of the party vcnt In company as far as Salt Lake ' Ch where thry separated, one or more . - remaining In the city, and in that vlcln y- -'artofthd company continued their P journey on Into Idaho and reached Sho shone City in duo timo where they ex- ' pected to And work at shearing sheep, as they had been informed that there was plenty ot that to do. Thev found the town partially inundutc...

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. — 14 May 1904

BBjg7'''T'77T;'7 H DECREE OF TALMUDIC LAW. BBBa BBI Wives of Jewish Soldiers All Given BBB Conditional Divorce. H According to the .TcwIhIi World, a BBB very touching editorial appeared In a BBI rocont Jssuo of tho Hebrew Daily BBH Jlaxeflnih or Warsaw, Poland, whore BBI tho oditor, Mr. Sorolnw, calls atton- BBH tlon to tho Tnlnitidlc law which re- BBB qulros every ntarrlod man before go- BBBS Ing on the bnttloflold to grant a con- BBH dltlonnl divorce to Ills wife, that sho BBH nmy remarry If he does not return BBfl within n renBonalile time after tho BBBB dtnl of the BBB Tho rabbin or I.odx have caused all BBI the .owUh soMlors that left that city BBVS for tliu seat of war to grant such dl- BBVfl vorcos. and Editor Sorolow suggests BBVfi that the exnmple of Lodz should be BBB copied HiiRsfn. BBVfl Every marrlod soldier, volunteer or BBfl roo'rVe, loglnter.s with a rabbi his BBB name, address; ago, height, birth- BBH marks, name of company, and regl- BBH inonflio joins, and the rab...

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. — 14 May 1904

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S I "By JEAfT K.AT& LWDLXTM, ' I I Anther ef "At a Ctrl', Mirer," Etc. I I Entered Aeconllnr to Act of Conireu In the Yar lS-X) by Street & Smith, f S In the Office of the Librarian, of Conireu, at Waihincton. I), C. I "I,"WI "" 'w w "" " " "' " nn rrnnnrn r'l CHAPTER VII. The Strayed Cow. Dolores sat In the doorway wait- tS tor her father's return from the tATern. lie had boon to the houso whllo nho woa over the mountain, and bad his supper. Sho herself had oaten nothing, for sho had no appetlto In spite of her walk over the mountain, Sho was qulto Idle, her hands In their old listless attitude In her lap, nor dark head resting agalnBt tho ttnpalntod door post, her grave face and thoughtful eyes raised to the 'heavens. Tho moonlight falling across J her face defined It clear and perfect i as marble; ipon tho clean bare lloor bohlnd her lay her shadow long and dark. Tho night was silent; the distant sound of rude slnglnc from the tav ern died away; tho ....

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. — 14 May 1904

HH I Iron County Record H t CHARLESES. WILKINSON $ HH $ ....PUBLISHER ... Hl JL E3TADLI3HED DCCEMDER, 1093 7, H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR POST- HH 5 OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER 4. H X OTHERWISE STRICTLY A, H f SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR f HH ALWAYS $ H i,? p,j,vI'v,rvv,rvv,I,I,,,I,,I,,iiI,,I,,j,,,Iv H SATURDAY, MAY 14 1904. H One of the most palpable evidences B of the unprofitableness of unbslicf h is that which is being experienced by a number of. our farmers in this H vicinity who fearing that there Hfl would not be much rainfall this HH spring and summer, and knowing fl that there was very little snow in B the mountains, felt that it was throw- H ing their seed grain away to plant H it under such conditions, and there- H fore did not put in nearly so much H grain as they are in the habit of HH - --'doing. The result is that they are H in no shape to benefit by the fine B precipitation that has come since H the begining of March, and while B those that had more faith arc now L, rej...

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. — 14 May 1904

. t; ' PAROWAN DEPARTMFNT 1 .jmLOCAL ITEMS.. FOR SALE.D.OOO pounds of fluo potatoes. Enqulro of Wllford Day, l'arownn. For first class shoe making and re pairing at reasonable prices call on SIDNEY ORTON, , Residence, l'arownn. Ada, the little thrco year old (laugh tcr of Jos. Warren died last evening, being 111 only three dnys. Particulars will be given next Issue. Mr. G. A. Purccllo and Mr. Hyde wcro In town thojirst of tho week; the former representing Shillings Best, tho inter In Interest of the Salt Lake Hard Ware Co. About twelvo or fourteen Ilollef So ciety workers from, this ward attended conference at Cedar City last Sunday, and were kindly entertained. Judging (.J. from tho various reports, Ibo meeting I'f t was very Interesting. I I Our genial neighbor Ileber Rcnson ffit ' delights In making his home as picas- fJ ? nn' an( comfortable as he is able Wjz This year his Improvements consist of tfWu a 'uge flro-placo taken out of his par W lor and a window taking it's place. b...

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. — 14 May 1904

p ' " u-.. n-wi- i i i j. ... ,j .11 . Hi ii-ri-. T, I 6Q,000-AMiRiGAHS H 'wE'RE WELCOMED TO I ' IsPM WBStBTJL I fill Canadi H (duhinq Last vEaIA. H Vh ere tailed m! settlinc on ihe Grain and H &alnr Lands, and .re pro.petboa V&fTO?: H SUWIirfAllUiirler recently l45?'n ii-Jl' H &as then cn Ihe horlron, and It la W'J ",' V'1 H wery linmttrint who learea the land of WJn; WWl ton to tome, and aeek a home for JjIbubIT now MEM tarns Ml arg" -Canada, There U-; ; ' :' H Room for Millions. B STREK Jlnimestcmls- gltrti Awn. Schools, UMM ' OhurcliMfi Mtallwnys, Mrkila, CUinata, H 4Y0rytliliW'to bo iloelred. MM For a dejkflptlve Alias and other Informalloa. UUl apply to Sdprrlntendent Immigration. Ottana, Can- UM' ada.oraufuorlied Canadian CoJrtrien Agenl- H OKNJ. DfVJtKS. ROOM ft. DUNN IJLOCK. CKN. M TKaL AtYll K. UKKAT FALLS. MONTANA H J'l',1 i-rnmi-a mff H 'f i mjumtma'wmirf r , mj r-nraT B B "" ' We hnvn1 juhv titm'in bA.o'tt b'atffiil H UUl M mohoif.itly Plnmi. roniilur price ...

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. — 14 May 1904

IB ....5te SaBELlM JIUSSlAv BHHHHH - i i flB i Economic-Conditions- Are! (Frightful In HHj- the Extreme. BH ,,u- ThP bad oconom,c conditions of the U ,,H nusslrtn- peasantry' mhy bb 'Bhown. by I the atatlstlca of farm animals. " The ' U . .,, R"Bf,an, novelist, Uspenskl, once IB , .SSfV, AWry of pcai!ant' fe, which HAf "'b6 called "A Quarter' (jf rf- librae;" arid' V ( which was Intended to set forth', Iri E '., tho gulso of flntlbn.1tfie''feoolftf liufl 1 r ' ' :f-eoonomlc Btatna of "ai'' agricultural HB population that had only one horse to Hf evry tow families. Statistics com! B "' " 'Pllod by.Uien:bnistvos"of:thb eotijral B '"' r"'prqylncG8 aliov that., , oven 'before tlio' B 1 1 Rr1lcilural qrlslflbocome ,nB acute us JB u Is HoYJKLtQ.3(Lper cent of the peas- U r ' fl"1 Jarmers-.ln, Uio.ifornier.ly rich proy- B r'.r.'i1Jftf)Cs.of,,ghqrnlgofnyorQi,wil. p0ltava.- ft . i .ar?fr.,I,rsM, and Taiaf, dld,not B havo ovon a sinplp horse ,vf)ilp ronrly I ono-tWnl Jbf 'the entire 'populotl...

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. — 14 May 1904

li 1 I A 1 fl J fl'l .fl I 1 H It i 1 H' ,- t 60 pieces of fancy Dress Goods. Namely, Bowiette J H 2 I Gerenadine, Berlin Merc, Brocade, White Organdie, J H t Persian Lawn, Minerva Chambry, Buodice Moline, t H : Crepe Rape, Drape De Voile, Jacqards Fancies. In 3 H S S all beautiful colors, ranging 8c to 45c. o o o g H . g J I g Hi f At Cedar city C-P At Cear City Co-op 2 IEj 79k Shoo Department, flentlcman and La- About 50 pieces of Damask, A. P. C. and W? B 2? ? dies. Zcphrics Gingham, Ranging from 8c to $ B S f O-TlOeS, .The finest that bas ever been in this 4; 72 B W ? Beautiful ns well as Durable. From CJty f m H X X 81.00 up to 80.00. Call and sco them. Call on us. T ;- H 2 I At Cedar City Co-op At Cedar City Co-op f g H , s f n i rn li a yards fancy Silks, suit- J 3 s t Beauuful Trimmings of all , , , en . . w . . . . t 3 H 49 J al)le for Sllirt Waists, waists, i 72 m g kinds. At bod rock Prices. Box Coats and SuitSt g H g I Be sure to Call. . From 30c up to $1.20 a yard, B 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. — 23 May 1904

I Iron Couoty Record. I H Vol ' Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Saturday, May 23, 904. " No. 28 Hi 1 LONG RANGE FORECASTS. Hj Leading Meteorologists of the World say 9 Public Interests are Injured by (Iicm. ARE NOT TO BE DEPENDED ON. iB " H Willis L. Aloore Chief of U. S. Wea v ther Bureau Issues open Letter ffi on the Subject. B VNnBhIngton, D. C, May 3, 1W)4. W Ofllcinl in Charge. U. S. Weather Bu- H reau Ofllce, Salt Lake City, Utah. jfl Slit: It Is the opinion of the leading H meteorologists of the world that public H Interests arc injured by the publica- H Uon of so-called, loug-rango weather , j forecasts, especially by such predictions B as relate to severe storms, floods, i m droughts, and other atmospheric phe- m nomena of a dangerous or damaging Jj character, and the persistent efforts of m certaiu men to foist their predictions up H on the public for personal gain, have H reached such proportions tliat it is 11 deemed advlsable'fairly and temperate- I ly to counteract the i...

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 May 1904

flflH mmmmm mmtfmm BbBbS l. .l- . I I THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S M -By JEA.J JCA7-JE LWDLXM. H 4u ' 'V Girl'' Mtrcr Ele. H flflflj BnUred Aecordlnc to Act of Commit In the Year 1890 bj Street & Smith. IflH In tha Olfic of tha Librarian of Control, it W-ihlncton, D C. B CHAPTER X. JaB The Rescue. H Tho arrr.s of tho men woro brawny H and strong; Orcen was light in woight H and lltlio aa a tiger; the ropo ran out H eloly and steadily, slid out and down H over tho sharp edgo of tho chasm B whoro tho grasses were long and hid H the sharp cut Into emptiness, making H a treacherous foothold. Suddenly tho H rope stoppod running, grow slack, and H Green's voico came up in a shout. H Thus silence reigned again savo for H tho rain nnd wind. H Momonts passed; to tho girl stand- H ing hack motionless tho moments H seemed flko hour's, llcr eyos did not H movo from tho edgo whero the ropo H ran over. Greon called again, and fl they began to pull tho ropo. M 'Doloros' eyes widened as sho M watched...

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. — 23 May 1904

I AN -ILLINOIS FARMER IN WEST- I " tRN CANADA. T I A recont Issue of tho" Sholbyvlllo, I ' Illinois, Democrat contains a long and Interesting Jotter from Mr, Elms Kost, formerly ft prosperous farmer of that I stale, who recently emigrated to West- orn Canada, taking up a claim for hlmsolf and tor each of his three sons. B From Mr Kost's lottcr, which was written Feb. 3, 1001, we publish tho following, bollovlng It will provo of I great Intorcst to thoW who have con tomplatod settling In the Canadian I Northwest I "I had in August, !)02, secured a 1 data for m.VBclf, and filed on three j quarter sections for my sons. My claim Is one half mile south of tho Edmonton and I nko St Anne trail. "Coming so late In tho season wo had little opportunity to break and to prepare Riotinl for a first year's crop, still we raised over 100 bushels of very fine potntoes, and sowed a few acres of inrley, bu' the season wns too far ndvmcod for tho barley How ever, we secured cood feed fiom It, and on r...

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 May 1904

M ii Iron County Record H CHARLESSS.BWILKINSON ....PUBLISHER.... M ESTADLISHEO DECEMBER, 1003 H , H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H . OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS H , M f SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR 4 H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE $ H -J"8-4-"l"l"g"I"l-"I'-l"l-I"l"l"I H SATURDAY, MAY 28 1904. H "WAY DOWN BAST." M We had the pleasure last Saturday M night of witnessing the production M of the popular drama of home life M entitled "Way Down East," by tnc M Branch Normal faculty, assisted by M two or three of our home people, and M one or two of the students. Although M the ladies and gentlemen belonging M to the faculty are not professional M players, or even amateurs, yet the B fact of their being better educated m and more metropolitan than the rest M of us, led us to expect more of them M than we expect of other young men m and women who have had less B opportunities. We arc happy to say M that we were not disappointed in M our expectations, and we feel ju...

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 May 1904

Otfc- H PAROWAN DEPARTMENT. I i Tivin Bl.iok and wife of Ueayer wero callliuroa friends here'i'hurgduy. , Di Middlolon pjcd thru here Thurs day on hid way to Purugoonah to attend Mrs Kd wards. 'Ajriunoiujj party was given by the Oper. hall company Monday evening. Prof. A. M. Durliam usslstod In tho orchestra. Tnc students from tho Beaver li. Y. U. reached homo Saturday, after have- Injr enjoyed a very successful school year, Messrs. Nelson und Kennedy wero agreeable callora at tho Branch Record Ofllc-a on Thursday. That's all right gentlemen, call again. a- -Prof's Macser and Woodhouso passed through town Wednesday onthoir wuy tS Uedar to attend tho Branch Normal , sfchool closing exercises. 5Ton men hav-i been engaged to com mence work on some of the mining claims in Little Creelc canyon, recently bonded by Messrs Kennedvand Nelson. The Y L M. I. A. program proved to be a drawing feature, for wo had an increased attendance, and the com 4 ments after meeting showed satisfac tion. ( ...

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. — 23 May 1904

H "DC Oil fc.A A VALUABLE PREPARATION' m rC-nU-IM, WRITES DR. KEMBALLr H Moat of liie Ailments Peculiar to the yp . " (M)r V Female Sex arc Due to Catarrh of , iM 111 f I ft) H the Pelvic Organa. f&& J IL. Itno.lincl J. Kcmliull, M. I)., .134 H 'Virginia St., ISuiTnlo, N. Y., is a , PJH graduato of tlio University of Iluf- H falo, class 1881, mid 1ms been in the H ' practice of mcilkduo in Unit city H since then. Slio writes us follows: M "My conviction, supported by ex- 1 perlcnce, is that Pcruna is a valuable H preparation for all catarrhal affee fl (Ions. 1 have taken one bottle of m Perunn myself and just feel fine. I M shall continue to take it." RachacI H J. Kcmball, Al. D. i H 'Peruna has cured thousands of coses H' of fcnuilo weakness. As a rule, hovr- , ever, before Peruna is resorted to hcv- H' eral other remedies have been tried in H vain. A. great many of the patients H have- taken local treatment, Buumlttcd H thcnisclvcH to imrglcal operations, and H taken all B...

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. — 23 May 1904

Of the Skin and Scalp Speedily Cured by . I Baths with I ruticma I YSOAr B To cleanse the skin of crusts b and scales, and soften the H thickened cuticle, gentle ap- plications of CUTICURA H Ointment to instantly allay B itching, irritation, and inflam- mation, and soothe and heal, flr and mild doses of CUTI- W CURA Pills to cool and Wi'm- ' cleanse the blood. lig A single SET, costing but One Dollar, K IS OIICU SUIUCICHI IU UHC luc uiuai H torturing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and H blood humors, eczemas, rashes, itch- B ings, and irritations, with loss of hair, H from infancy to age, when all else fails. I Sold throtieot Kit -oil-. C-lltura f-oap, Mc, Otnt- m.nt, Mc.. IlawWtnl. Kit. (In lurin of Choco atr Coalrd MlltVss. par vtil ol BN. Il.poU 1 MiUan. IT Cb.rm- houi. tin-1 1'arii. Km t ! fill I Boaiun, i 17 CoiumblU tt. Fatter Itrur Cli.m. Corp.. hole rroprUwn. H jy-b.ndlor "Th.Urf.l lluniur Curt ' 1 ALFALFA SEED i K BAILEY & SONS H 61 E. Second South St., Silt tako City H r he...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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