ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Iron County Record Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,152 items from Iron County Record, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,152 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 July 1904

HflflHflHHHB n ! . ii pa. , , i M ,,..,, .. , i , .., , , m, .M.p.n i " I " ' - ' J THAT GSRL of JOHNSON'S AVIV "By JEA.JV K.J.T& LVLV. I HH Author t "At a Girl' t Mtny," Etc. I 1 Entered According to Act of Conjres in the Yenr IS") ly Street & Smith, i In the OUica of tha Librarian of Conereu, at Washington, D. C. i I H CHAPTER XVI. HHB "Man Proposes; God Disposes." flflflfl' Johnson did not dlo; that ho lived HBflJf through tho tcrrlblo strain upon his K' vitality showed that ho had an Iron Ht constitution, tho doctors said; but tho f men at the tavern shook their heads Hc ' over It, and looked meaningly at each HHE' other. They had their own opinion ot K tho matter; perhaps they knew moro HHk than tho doctors did; tho wise men B might open their eyes In amnzoment BHT, should thoy chooso to tell their bub- flflY ptclons. Johnson was kept undor tho HBF' influcnco of opiates for three days and flflj' nights; ho was not left nlono ono mo- flflr ment; they fed him on Mrs. Alle...

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. — 2 July 1904

IP- i I I. II MID-SUMMER SALE 0 seps of 3 S I g, pip Seasonable Merchandise. g I . i lie pl i B S 5303 Wo tnko pleasure in announcing to our many customers that wo aro gnng H 2S J3 na offering tho largest and best lino of seasonable merchandise in South- ggrrj j 1 ccina ern Utah ut prices that can not bo duplicated In this section. Wo onu- ng) 4 H 6" 'U'j in0i.ato n fow of tho lines wo curry that you aro likely to havo uso for. cucta Q M g ffllEu auDtt - H 5838 Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbors Prosorvo Kettles, Prosorvo Jars uaua S M t9 uDSa Milk Pansand Milk Strainers Full Lino of Stool Granite wnro uuau y H 2m nnrszi Chicken Wlro Netting Screen Doorsand useful Hardwaro Enci H ZC. nn"M Summer Dress Goods Fourth or July Bunting ncina B nnna Summer Underwear Linoleum and Carpets gaou H S uruti Good Variety of Silks Men, BoysandChildron'sClothing cana :s B (M luOa Best Flour on tho Market Tablo Fruits, Pickles and Jains aaaa "& fl (fi 1185a Good Lino Gents' Furnishings. Paints, Oils, ...

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. — 9 July 1904

wLbY BBm Hfli JMloy M u ?v 1 3 S I lRQN County Record. 1 B VoI , Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Saturday, July 9, 19047 " No. 34 I QUARTERLY C0N FERENCE NOTES NH. Saints Assembled in Cedar Tabernacle H Saturday, July 2. B ELDERS CUWSON & McCUNfi PRESENT BH Reports of Various Wards and Organ- BB Izatlons Alade Discourses by .jBj Elders Clnwson&'AIcCune. Bft The Stuko conforonco of the I'aroivan BB stake of ton convened in tabernacle BE in this city Saturday morning, July 2, Ml President Uriah T. Jones presiding. X-M Apostlo Rudgor Cluwson and Elder wj Henry P. MeCuno woro present, nnd Be woro tho only visitors on tlio stand that Br did not reside In tho stuko Tho ut- Bf tendance was very small at this tnoet- M lag. B Elder John Parry was tho ilrst por- H son called on to report, and tho high M council was the organization that ho was asked to report. Kldcr Parry said tho council is in good condition, and all tho members fooling well In tho faith. R Referring to tho recont cong...

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. — 9 July 1904

B FRENCH LCVC OF SHOW. H JVVell lllustrred vly Inclrfcyit of tha' ( CarlRepullIc?. f J Albort Vandnru, a Frcnchs writer, H tolls this alary 'of tbp early daya o( HHJ tho Fronch ropubflc,"''whIcii followed HHJ iho downfall of Louis Napoleon: "Ono HHJ day tlioro en mo to Tour a hundred HHJ TolunteorB from the south, wearing HHJ enormously broad-Arlmmod felt hats HHJ And dressed In snblo garmontB all HHi ovor. They looked llko funeral mutea, HHi , and thoy were evidently determined HHj ' to act up to their appoaraucc, for, HHJ wondrous to relate, tl.ey marched HHJ through the principal streets without HHJ opening tholr lips a proceeding somo- HHJ Trbat different from that of tho rest. HHJ An a raattor of courso, tho crowd HHJ -was tragically Impressed. Tho Impres- HHJ fllon, howovor, did not last long. Tho HHJ volunteers felt thirsty, and their chief, HHJ -irho woro a still moro onormous hat HHJ than h!n men, slgnalod to thorn in tha HHJ middle of tho Ruo Iloyalo to halt foi HHJ rofros...

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. — 9 July 1904

Ancient Whistling Jars. Among tho ruined cities pt Peru noarly fifty dlftercnt kinds of musical Instruments hayo been found. Unlquo among thoso aro many doublo 1 whistling Jars or musical water hot- ! ties. Near the top of tho first or front Jar, which Is' usually surmount I od by a human or animal figure, is 1 tho opening of tho whistle. When tho Jars ,havo been partly niled and aro swung backward and forward, a nunv hereof whistling sounds are produced. As ttho vessel swings forward and up ward, the water Is lowered in the ' first' Jar nnd rises In tho other. In tho"1 backward motion It rushes hack Into . tho first, forcing tho air out 1 through tho whistle. ExcBjIent Opportunity to Arrange for Your Reception at St. Louis, During 1 1'J the Fair, Free. It' you Intend going to tho Louisiana , Purchaso Exposition, St. Louis, Mis souri opened by President Itoosbrolt ApriijSOth, 1001, it.wlll bo very much to yohr advantage to correspond with Mr. iJT. II. Worsloy. No. 411 Doolcy blocjfj...

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. — 9 July 1904

m i IronCottrityRecord M t CHARLES S. WILKINSON I H j ' ....PUDLISHER-... T H 1 ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 T 1 X eNTEBEO-AT THE- CEDAR CITY POST- T H ? OFFICE AO SECOND CLASS MATTER J H t H X OTHERWISE 8TRIOTLY FIRST CLASS J. B Y-J-.......,...-.3, f SUBSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR T ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H Vt H"M"M"K,,K"H' ! I"M"H"1'4"H' H SATURDAY, JULY 9. 1004. H STAKE CONFERENCE. H It was rather a discouraging H sicht' that met the eye of President B Jones and the visiting brctheren B last Saturday morning, at the open- H ing meeting of the Stake conference. M There were not more than fifty per- M sons present, and nearly half of them H were people who came from the M other settlements of the stake, Many H of our people are on the mountain H and in the canyons at their ranches, H and others harvesting hay, and felt it M would-be. unwise to leave on account B of a. threatened storm, but there is M no disguising the fact that there is H .1 great deal of indifference mani- M fested by numbe...

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. — 9 July 1904

' parowanIepartment. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Armstrong were j calling on friends Friday, on tholr re J turn trip from Beaver. v - ' The oldest daughter of Joseph and Minerva Yardly Is ntlllcted with sciirlet fever. Her symptoms today are very favorable. At the regular monthly testimony meeting on Sunday six babies were blessed and the samo number of chil dren received bnptlsmal confirmation. Dro. 1). A. McGregor and P. J. Wood bury have been summoned by Ur. Jos. tV McGregor to be at Kichfleld the lat ter part of the week to UBslst In a num ber of operations. I'ostcrs are flying around announcing five days celebration at the I'angultch Lake, commencing July 24th. Horse racing and dancing appear to be tho principal features of the program. A sketch of the life of Sister Clarrlsa Whltnoy was given by E. Crano Wat son at the Saturday evening M. I. A. meeting. Though tho uttendance was limited tho testimony meeting was ranch en joj ed. Messrs. M. II. Dalloy and Wm. Hon chen have received tho 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. — 9 July 1904

BvbbT H ." B FRENCH QUEEN OF THE MAY. B" Pretty Custom That Prevails In HH Southern Villages. H Ad nnclcnt custom whlc still ob HI tnlna In many villages In tho Bouth ol Hi Frnnco Is n pretty vnrlntlnn at tlio HB choosing of tho May queen with HB, which wo are so fntnlllnr. At this BBT rcnsqn of tho jpar tho mnyor each BBj tiny Vlllnpo In France boasts of r BBJ mnyor nml sis. of hi political ofll BBj ccrs choose- from among tho vlllnpo BBJ mnklons the lmisl beautiful girl. Ah BBJ soon as the choice IS made known BH tho (moon. ilr&sl In whtto oon to a BBJ long white efl autt a wroath of whlto BH rosos, assembles with her parents nml BIB nil tho villagers Ih front of tho may BIB or's 'liousu. Htro be and six frlonds, BBS dressed In frock coaU nml top lints, BIB form In procession, tho mayor and BIB quocn loading, and march to the BIB churoli, whero tho re is a short core- BBj mony. VH They then march back to tho may- BBJ or's houso, whero a fnvorod few aro VB ontcrtnlncd at lunche...

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. — 9 July 1904

B V'''''''w'''",',w,'''''i',w I THAT GIRL of JOHNSOPfsl "By JBA.M K.A.TB LJT)LM. Author tf "At a Girt't ittra," Etc. fi Entered According to Act of Consress In the 'ear 1890 lr Street k Smith. BB . ,n tlia Oflico of tho Librarian of Conerest. at Washineton. D. C ' H V'W"11 ' mwwmiimiii (wwwwwiiiwri ,--- lnl i.-.i-i.Tr-r.imn-r-t H CHAPTER XVIII.Continued. BB "Tho deputies?" Dolores repeated H slowly. Tho softened color and gentle BB expression disappeared from her face; Bfl she drew her hands away from Dora'q BB clinging Mngei's; slio ptiBhed hack the BB hair that had slipped down on her BB forehead. Then the deputies had been S searching for her father. That was I what those men were there for that fl morning' when they stopped and asked HE of her where he was. BJ And If those men of tho law came HJ for him when ho was not there, when HJ every ono knew that ho was not thoro, HJ and sought for him over on the oppo- HJ site mountain among its dangers, HJ would they not como at any tim...

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. — 9 July 1904

g I II MID-SUMMER SALE. Ill I J OT HI H g II Seasonable Merchandise, ill i K Qff xi'jMzi . SB3- H 3 nana nnnn -- j S: cncn Wo tako plcasuro In announcing to our many customoi-s that wo aro uau H j nnnn offering tho largest and best lino of scasonablo merchandise in South- oana 7i B to Gnnn ern Utah at prices that can not bo duplicated in this section. Wo onu- enna j H lA uuuu morato a few of tho lines wo carry that you aro likely to have uso for. ouau w, K ; uauu Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbers Prcsorvo Kettles, Prcsorvo Jars OaGu " A 2ft GDaa Milk Pansand Milk Strainers Full Lino of Steel Granite waro nana Z A nnnn Chicken Wire Netting Screen Doors and useful Hard waro nana j H 2? n"nn Summer Dress Goods Fourth or July Bunting- rmoa H s5 cnnri Summer Underwear Linoleum and Carpets nnnn 2 2J ksbuu Good Variety of Silks Men, Hoys and Children's Clothing uura Bi 49 ouGu Host Flour on tho Market Tabic Fruits, Pickles and Jams gggg H 29' uDSa Good Lino Gents' Furnishings. Paints, Oils, Tur...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 July 1904

I RECORD SUPPLEflENT. I I Cedar, City, Utah, fuly 9. 90i. I THE CHAIRMAN ANDTHE CLERK. I IKrom The Dixie Advocate. I Time Juno 9, ll:30u. m. I Place Office of county clerk and rc- I eorder I Clerk in the nut of writing his daily I eyistle toSkelton Publishing Company, f expressing morning greetings. "Your Royal 'fghness," the letter ':.$' runs: "Hallow mo to holTer to you mv most corglal greetings and to hex press my sincere pleasure wonce more that Hi was hable to secure for you the I printing hof the helection supplies for Washington county, hat four dollars Ices ha precinct than huny bother "county his puyiag you. ffljjhifflniT "Ho. don't mention hit, dealt boy. Hof course the 'ome paper was haftur the job, but Hi look good care hit did not lind hout what bothers 'ad prom lsed to do the job for, hand wile hit's bid would avc beed hn little better for tlio county, Hi got the board to be lieve thatno one wast Tit to bu lion trusted with the printing hof those himportant supplies ou...

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. — 16 July 1904

"'",, H BBB bbbbbh I Iron ComfrY Record. I Vol. H. Cedar G'ty, Iron County Utah, Saturday, July 6, 19047 No. 35 H I ARID. FARM EXCURSION. H Farmers and Tlicir Wives Visit the H Experiment Farm. H AN EXCELLENT CROP OF RYE. H Oood Prospects for Arid Farming H Succeeding in Iron County H Loftlioiisc Wheat. H Those unfortunate individuals wlio H failed to find thno to attend Uio Farm H crs excursion to the experiment H farm in this county last Saturday were, H to say tha least, out of luck. About two H hundred persons were present, and H among them a goodly number of the H representative farmers of the county. H There were present farmers from every H settlement in the county with the ex- H' ccptlon of Kanarra and the hamlets of H Enoch and Hamilton's. An abundance H" 0' 'co water and excellent lemonade bbbbbb was'provided free, and shade was there H. for ttiosdstltnfchad time to use it, but H the mosfof the excursionists were too H- busy to have much use for it. H Professor William Jar...

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. — 16 July 1904

H A REXSON FOR 0ICKNE3S. Lil fcT flciiithv kninovs H rvj&'ft tnlto fro,n iii H L.i$V blood every 24 H J2 liourB 600 grams H Ssdm$&. o ,tnPur. l"s- H sSffli1 ono"8 matter H Zmj W?W inoro than euuiigli H Wfififfo? t0 rauso death. LiH 'OTPHS, Weakened kidneys H w luraS leavo tllls wnat0 H ) v sSi ln tl10' i,loot1, iinti H i h-hI j'ou nro suon 'cl' H ir j&I'VaVy To BOt wo"' cur0 LiH yVP1 WrW ll, kidneys with B L-JlV' A Doati's Kidney H $$T I'llls, tho groat M " kidney specific. H Mrs. J. 'I. Bowles of 118 Coco tit., H Durham, N. U., says: "I una sick H and bedfast tor over nlno months, and H the doctor who nttendo.l mo said tin H less I submitted to an operation foi H gravel 1 would never bo well. I would H not consent to thnt and bo continued H to suffer. My back was so weak i Hj could not stand or walk, and it acnes H constantly. Tho first day after I be H can using Dean's Kidney Pills t felt H relief, and x n short time 1 was up H und mound tho samo as over, free H from b...

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. — 16 July 1904

Fishermen Best Sailors. Tlio Krench fisheries, with Head quarters nt St. Ph rre Anil Mlquelon. ' hnvo beon carried on under the boun ty system since the year 1810. The reasons glvon why a bounty should be allowed aro that tho fisheries form n nursery for th6 navy, and thus tho govornment Is enabled to secure men for .that branch of tho service who nro not only familiar with tho sea, but who, from oxporlonoo In tholr , buslnoss, aro quick to think and act in times of emergency, tho theory be ing that flshormcn malco tho bost sailors. Do Your Foot Ache and Burn? Shake Into your shoos, Allen's Foot Ease, a powder for tho feet. It makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. CurcH Swollen, Hot, Sweating Feet, Corns and Bunions. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Samplo sent FREE. Ad dress Allon 8. Olmsted, LcUoy, N. Y. When Interments Were Permitted Tho following curious rulo nppcan under paragraph C8 of tho municipal regulations governing burials at Glcs Eerj, Ilesso: "Intorments aro only p...

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. — 16 July 1904

H .i" "-inrr- -" r i H Iron GountyRecord H Ml H ' H X CHARLES 8. WILKINSON 1 H T ... .PUBLISHER... 1 ,, H I ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H J ENTERED'AT' the cedar city post 1 OFFIOCAS' SECOND CLASS MATTER 4 H X OTHWrWISR STRICTLY FIRST CLA88 H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H SATURDAY, JULY i6, ioo.. lIiT YOUR WARRANTS. H Our citizens may not be aware H that before their frontage tax can; H be considered paid it will be mc-, H cssary for them to get a warrant H from the city recorder and pay it tq H the treasurer, whose duty it is tq H collect the frontage tax. The most H of people have done sufficient work, H on the trenches and the reservoir to H pay their taxes, and many of them H are under the impression that the H work will be credited directly on H the tax. This is not the legal way. of H closing the transaction, and would H not be attended with anything like H inch satisfactory results as the H course that is being taken by the H council. The Recorder is willin...

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. — 16 July 1904

1 " : . . rrr H ' PAROWAN DIPAPTMFWT, 9 HI Alntheson Reunion. Mr. Daniel Matheson, brother of Da vid and Alex Matheson of this place, recently arrived from Dundee, leaving hl native country on tbo 12 of .Tune and arriving In Salt Lake eleven days after Mr. Mttthcson Is a well preserved gentleman of seventy-two years of age, endowed with sound senso and Rood taste. Ills life companion and all of his four children have preceded him to tho eternal shores, leaving tho hus band and father so Intensely alone, ho naturally yearned for tho society of his "own people. In writing of his Inten tions he said, "I only ask a welcome." 'Last Friday, July 8, as tho gentle man with another brother, John Math cson of Salt Lake City, drovo up to the residence of Alex Matheson ho was met by tho prolific, great-hearted 1'ar owan Matheson families bearinga ban ner of "Welcome to Unolo Dan." On Tuesday at fl p m. a banquet was served in tho opera hall in honor of Mr. Matheson. Sixty-flvo covers wero laid,...

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. — 16 July 1904

HH SNAILS FOND OF MUSIC BVftSJ French Nationalist Has Discovered Their Peculiarity. BVftft A German scientist rocontly pointed BlBVftJ out that snails nro able to draw Ira BVftj inenso weights, and now a French nat- BVj uralRt claims that thoro aro fow, If BVft any, animals which havo a hlglior np- BlBvftJj proclatlon of music than snails. This BVftj naturalist Is M. 8. Jourdalu, and his BVftJ vlows on tho subject aro expressed SBSftJ at length In a paper which ho has ad- BVBV drcssod to tho Fronch Biological so- Bftftftftj cldty. Placo somo snails on a pono Bftftftftj of glass, ho says, and you will Hid Bftftftftj that as thoy movo over It they will Bftftftftj mnko musical sounds similar to thoso Bftftftftfl which a porson can produco by wet- Bftftftftj ting his fingers (and then rubbing it ftftftj around a glass tumbler. Compluto airs, ftftft ho points out, havo been played on Bftftftftj tumblers In tills way, and ho expresses tho opinion that qulto as good ro- ftftft suits can bo...

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. — 16 July 1904

AT GIRL of JOHNSON'S1) Hy JEAJV K.ATB LWDLXM. Author of "At a Vtrt's ittrty " Etc . terod According lo Act of CongrCM In tho Year 1W0 by Street & Smith, la the Oflico of the Librarian of Cgnctesi, at Washington, DC " 5 --- - '---- II- - i i i aanwr------ - - .- . ... B CHAPTER XIX. (Continued.) i And as Dora kept to her word and drovo or rodo over every day when the woather was plcasaht and together thoy wandered under the pines in I many a daring plnco, tho color of in- I creasing hcatlh slowly tinging tho 1 chcoks of each, while Dora's cough grow less and loss frequent and vlo- 1 lent, and an added graco and spring I showed in Dolores' step, though thero H was a growing sadness upon her lips 9 and a hunted look in tho wido dark jl oyos that her friends could not under- M stand, this woman gloried and exultod m Ir huv power to wound tho girl Dora m lovod with a deeper, truer lovo than jfj sho could over give to her, and sho planned out many a subtle manner for wounding and send...

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. — 16 July 1904

jflflYBl ' - 1 -----i S GEMc8BrJcr3KOu3 &7 H S (J3!"-BE I 11 MID-SUMMER SALE II I H , I II Seasonable Merchandise. H I H g gggg 4? B ft lnnn MMt'gittBiifliMMMBBM- fey H js: ncinn Wo tako plcasuro in announcing to our many customers that wo aro nnn -J. H C rMoa offering tho largest and best lino of scasouablo merchandise In South- nana 72 H ' "" W Jgg orn Utah at prices that can not bo duplicated in this section. , Wo onu- fcj, fZ LLLU 49 uuca morato a fow of tho lines wo carry that you arc likely to have uso for. gaca 7 H ? EuEa vacu ' 3 Hf' -- gggg Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbors Prcsorvo Kettles, Preserve Jars ggca 2 j ' rr nnnn Milk Pansand Milk Strainers Full Lino of Steel Granite waro RJgg ,. H nfmn Chicken Wlro Netting Screen Doors and useful Hard waro ennn fl ' n3nn Summer Dress Goods Fourth or July Bunting $-. 54. H JET """" Summer Underwear Linoleum and Carpets caca ;-; ZZ. uuca Good Variety of Silks Men, Doys and Children's Clothing tiaP- 2 Hj S03 Uest Flour on tho Market...

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 July 1904

9BVBVJ Iron County Record- I V'- "' Cedar Oty, hot. Cffftg Utah, Satuy, July 23, 1904. " ffu RECLAMATION OF IDAHO ARID LAND Government's $290,MO Dam, Which Will Irrigate I39.0W Acres. TOWN OF MINIDOKA BUILDING FAST. W. H. Pace, a Resident of Cedar, Writes of Conditions There as He Finds Them. Minidoka, Idaho, July 10, 1004. Editok Iko.n Cou.vrv Rkcouii: He fore I left Cedar a number of pcqplo asked mo to write my opinion of Idaho and the possibilities hero, and as it would take too much time to write to them each individually, and as such in formation may be of interest to the readers of The Record, I have thought you would perhaps like to publish It In your paper. I arrived at Idaho Falls on the 8th of Juno and was much Impressed with the country, and the improvements that havo been made In so short a time, it being a newly sottlcd country. I found tho town of Idaho Pulls well supplied with business houses, nnd in possession of such modern conveniences as telephones, electric light...

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