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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 July 1904

M ' A RIDE IN THE DEEP. H Boston Man Has Devised New Form H of Entertainment. H Now thoro comes a Uoston Jules H .Vcrno who grimly promlscH tho ntnuso- H mont-lovlng public a raro "treat" In H tho way of entertainment. In truth, It H would appear that tho moot fastidious H could And no cnuso for complaint after H trying this thing. H In brief, tho affair Is a sort of "shoot H tho chutco," oxcept that tho car In H which tho victims hnvo paid to rldo Is H wholly submerged In the wntor. To JH add to tho excitement thero Ib no top H to tho car boat, tho theory being that I sd LB " . "r" ?tm jr M &&&2&ZxfZ' far .- M The Submarine Boat. H It will dash through tho pond bo fast H that tho water will not havo tlmo to H get In on tho occupants. Tho lnvan- H tor promises to take tho first rldo In H tho thing If his wlfo will lot him. M LEPERS ABOUND IN CRETE. H All Conditions Favorable to Spread of H Hideous Disease. H In tho small island of Crcto leprosy H Is shockingly preval...

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 July 1904

I THAT GIRL sf JOHNSON'S Author of "At a GlrVt Mm. U. - Entered Accordlnr to Act of Confreta tn the Year 1890 by Street & Smith, !j In the Office of the Librarian of Conireit, at Vathtngton, D. C. 1 CHAPTER XX. Continued. j Mrs. Allen was in an adjoining room reading to Mrs. Qrcon. Mrs. Grcon was a woman ono could loVo tit a Stance and lovo always; her sweet old faco was flushed with pink, her brown eyes wero soft and gentle, her silken white hair was brushod In waves back from her faco nnd Boftencd by a cap of laco; her volco was what a woman's volco should bo, sweet but firm, low but i perfectly modulated. She took Dolores right Into her motherly heart, (knowing ovory word of her history bo far as her son know It, knowing, too,; without being told, that this was tho iglrl her son loved. And tho sl'on dor, silont girl seemed to molt toward her as toward no ono elso, though at first it' was vory hitter, this having to accept hospitality from tho .mother of the man who had been ,...

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 July 1904

H Iron County Record H H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H .... PUBLISHER.. H ESTADLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER ... H OTHERWISE STRICTLY URST CLASS B '............................. t H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR H AJLWAY8 IN ADVANCE H SATURDAY, JULY 33, 1904. H The kickers have raised h 1 this H time. When the last issue of The H Record came out with a facetitious H reproduction of their wail concern H ing the absence of shade at the H Armstrong Ranch, the Jones Ilros., H who were making preparations to M erect a dacning pavilion, loaded up H the lumber and IiatfleclTt away. At H least this is the story a member of the committee communicated to The H Record. The sudden abandonment H of the project for so insignificant a H cause, displays a woeful lack of B backbone on the part of the pro- H motcrs, and it is doubtful if they H would have possessed sufficient sand H to complete the structure had the M kicker's wail not have been waft...

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 July 1904

1 PAROWAN DlPARTMFNT I . : PAROWAN Program for Celebration of Pioneer Day, July 25th, 1904. 1. Singing. 2. Payer by chaplain, David Miithcson .1. Sinking. J. Address, Bishop Morgan Richards, "Providence of God over our Pioneer Fathers." f. Instrumental Music, Trof. Durham. : (I. Address, Mettle Rasmussen. , 7 Song, David Mathcson, Jr., "Wo I uro nil. John Tunuon's L3.it rm." 8. Address, Win. C. McGrecor, "Re ception Given Mormcn Bat'tluion 1 ' on Reaching Salt LakoClty." 9. Instrumental Music, Hcuj. Hoyle &. Co. 10. Address, John Hanson, "Pioneers' First Seed-time and Harvest." 11. Address, John S. Hyatt, "Pioneer' First Uunquet." f 1. 12. Song, Llbble Iloyle. , 1 13. Address, Anna Gurr, "Funny Sldo . ' of Pioneer's Life." 14. AddrebS, Thomas Durham, "Merry f Making by Hund Cart Company." (15. Inttruincntul music, under super vision of Win. T. Morrld. 10. Reading, Avis Clurk. 17. Address, Alex Mathcson, "Future Hope of Pioneers." " 18. Violin Solo, Dr. D. A. McGregor. 19. Prayer...

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 July 1904

99l 99J White Net With L.ice. 99J No material Is moro ashlonnblo for 99 tho gowns of nftcrnoo.i and dinner 99B wear than white cotton net nnd it Is 99j novor moro attrnctlvo than wlicn com- 99J blncd with laco. This vory chatmlng 99l costumo illustrates that fact and 99J GhowB a norol nnd stylish bolero, 99J which Is tnado ontlroly of nil over 99l laco, and trimming which consists of 99J wido frills of tho matorlal headed by 99J laco bands. Tho waist is one of tho 99J latest and is full and soft, in ado with 99J a Ilttlo squaro of laco at the iront, nnd 99J is closod Invisibly nt the left of tho 99J front. Tho bolero can bo used or 99J omitted as preferred and Is arranged 99J ovor it, tho two being Joined at tho 99J lowor odgo. Tho shirt is circular with 99J a circular flounce, that Is joined to It 99J beneath tho upper row of trimming, 99J and provides tho graceful folds which 99J aro essential to prosont styles. Tho 99J quantity of material roqulrod for tho 99J X Design by May Jla...

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 July 1904

Yf arfMMMMMMWMaManwMwaaailnH,HI 1 FREE to WOMEN 'A Large Trial Do and book of ta- structlons absolutely Frco and Post H paid, enough ta prove tho value of I PaxtineToiletAntisepiic Paxtlne U In powder form to dlsiolve In water - non-poisonous andfarsuperlortollquid antiseptics containing alcohol which Irritates Inllamed surfaces, and have no cleautinirprop ertlct. The contents ol every box makes more Antlieptlc Solu fjoes further lias more uses In the family and doeimorecood than any antiseptic preparation -M The formula of a noted Boston physician, M and used with great success as a Vaginal 9 Wash, for Lcucorrhcca.PetvicCatarrh, Nasal fl Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Cuts, and all soreness of mucus membrane. S In local Lroatmontof fomalo illi l'axtinois W Invaluable Used an a Vaginal Wash wo Wt ekallongo tho world to produco its equal for SB thoroughness. Itlanrovolatlonin cleansing IH and healing pbwer; it kills nil gonna which causo inflammation and discharges. H , All leadlnK...

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. — 23 July 1904

I II MID-SUMMER SALE II 1 : conn nncn H 75 nncn OIF1 nnnn H . g II Seasonable Merchandise 11 i H 75 nnnci cnnq H ' Dafla mm mnM-miuM.M,," "auIi 6 2Z nanci " ' T nnnn - H S: nnnn Wo tnko pleasure in announcing to our many customers that wo are pnrva H JZ nana offorlng tho largest and best lino of seasonablo merchandise in Soiith! gnn 73 M 2 enna orn Utah at prices that can not bo duplicated in this section. Wo onu. Joca V? H HS2 morato a fow of tho linos wo carry that you aro likely to havo uso tat fficu 6" H m - CCTF3E1 iHbM "i H S uaaa Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbers Presorvc Kettles, Presorvo .TarsP gg 3 1 S Sana Milk Pansand Milk Strainers Full Lind of Steol Oranlto ware w Sntri 78 H noon Chicken Wlro Netting Scrcon Doors and usoful Hardware? nana H 2 onna Summer Drdss Goods Fourth or July Bunting Mjg 7 H ST "j"5" Summer Underwear Linoleum and Carpets JlflCU r3 H ST qdqu Good Variety bf Silks Men, Boys and Children'.-? Clothing gljj 5 (!) uaoa Best Flour on tho Market Tablo Fruits, ...

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. — 6 August 1904

I JB , n.illav M IT H I Iron Couny Record. I I I "Vol. H. Cedar Gty, IrotTCounty, UJjSaturday, ATV 1904. " "So." 18 HI B 1 Oi IH I I WATER SYSTEM I ARRANGEMENT City Council Makes Some Important I - Regulations. I All CAN HAVE SERYICE PirES. v Only One Person has Authority to I - Tap the Alalns Pipe Company I- ' to be Given Testimonial. M? Tha city council ut n recent meeting j passed a resolution fixing tlio price of W delivering the water ut tho curb lino i to parties desiring to pipe the water I into their premises, at the following I rates: for' Half inch service pipes SD.05 I and for threo quarter inch pipe SU. 15; I at ' this price the city furnishes tho I I pipe, digs the trench, nnd pays all I other, expenses iucldeut to the convey il ing the water to the curb line, and will A r allow parties five cents per lineal foot for digging the trench from tho main i to the curb line. At the same meeting the council ac cepted the offer of Mr. Randall Jones " to install a hydrant, free ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 August 1904

H COLLEGIAN HAS BEST SHOW. H Statistics of Value Furnished by the B Bureau of Education. H Tho United Stated bureau of educa- 1 tlon estimates that of tho 14,794,403 H man over 30 yearn of ago In this H country, 1,757,023 nro without educa- M tlon, 12,054,335 have had only a com H mon school education or its oqujva- M Hut, 057,432 have received a high 1 FChool training In addition and 325,013 m have had college training. 1 The brief biographies of over 10,000 H men commonly considered successful H collected by "Who's Who" afford an op- 1 portunlty for compailson. Of the men H mentioned In "Who's Who" not ono H enrolled himself In the flrBt class the H 1,757,023 without education. From the H Becond class came 1,308, or ono for H every 8.812, and of theso twenty-four H reported themselves as solf-tntfght, 278 H as privately tnught. Kroin class three H came 1,627, or ono for every 404, and H from class four, 7,709, ono for every 1 forty-two. H Tho conclusions drawn by tho com- H,. plie...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 August 1904

aM " ' "m'm mmm " " ' - I - .--. THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S I Author "At Girl'i Mercy," Etc. Entered Aecordlnr to Act of Contr... In tha Year 18-X) br Street 4 Smith. In the OHice of tha Librarian of Concrwj. at Waihlnston. Q. C, I CHAPTER XXII. Continued. "Yea." ho said, gently, "I know ho Is dead, Dolores, but after doatli nil -things are made strnlKht. Ho knows 1 now better than he over could have J ,. known from your tolling, and I know .he has forgotten us." Thero were sweetness and solemn ity in the young man's voice as he bent above the beautiful cold face that caused Dora to catch her breath In. 1 sudden comprehending of the depth I of tho kindly hoart, as lio slowly re peated, tho touch on tho girl's hands very tender, the light in tho loving jyes entering Into her very soul: . , " 'Thens In nj death. What seems so Is tratiHltlon; Thl Ufo (if mortal breath Is but a suburb of the life elyslan, "i Whoso portal wo call death.' CHAPTER XXIII. 'That Girl of .Johnson's." Dora was sta...

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. — 6 August 1904

H i Iron County Record I B v H CHARLES S. WILKINSON X H ....PUDUI3HER... T f , ,44444444 JL H ESTADLISHED DECEMBER. 1003 X B ........... X H CNTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- T H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER 3. s ,. B OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS J. M ' .............. T ssssHIH 9 ' " SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR f sssssVssl ' ' H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H SATURDAY, AUQ. 6, 1904. H WHAT ARC THEY OOINO? H The Republicans arc moving in H matters political in our county and H city, but what has become of the B Democrats? Is it possible that they H have lost heart, and feel that there B" fs no hope for them in the political B arena in Iron county this fall? We B- hope not. It would not be in the H best interest of good government H that there should be but one polkt- H cal party in either the nation, the H state, or the county, in the present B state of fallen humanity. B Political parties are necessary to B the welfare of society, and it would H. be a1 mistake to entr.ust the manage. f ment o...

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. — 6 August 1904

m Iron County Record H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ....PUBLISHER ... N H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H ................ H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST H OFFICE AS 8EC0N0 CLASS MATTER H OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS B . A. IB . ,- ...........T H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR H i ALWAYS IN H SATURDAY, AUG. 6, 1904. H WHAT ARE THEY DOINO? H Tlic Republicans arc moving in H matters political in our county and Hh city, but what has become of the H Democrats? Is it possible that they H have lost heart, and feel that there H.. is no hope for them in the political H arena in Iron county this fall? We B , hope not. It would not be in the H best interest of good government B that there should be but one politi- cal party in cither the nation, the H state, or the county, in the present B state of fallen humanity. B Political parties are necessary to H the welfare of society, and it would H be a mistake to entrust the manage H- ment of politics to one party only, H no matter what its complexion may ...

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. — 6 August 1904

!T"m"i"1'ii'i77"""" ' ' i i ii i i . imh gSZ ....-'; FAROWAN DEP 1 i LOCAL ITEMS I t Wllllo and Charles Richards left hero Monday, returning to their work at Klmbcrly. - The Y. L. M. I. A. convention of this staUo convenes Sept. 2 Mi. Tho plnco i will be designated later. ,, ,. i ' There.nrrivcd at the homo of Mr, and i Mrs. liert Itobb. 6on No. 3. Parties i concerned doing nicely. f Elder J. King Clalrmore, who. has ; been laborlnjr In tho Southern States . Mission, has received his notification r of release. The republican delegates to the ' county convention August 10th arc ( , Morgan Richards, Wilford Day, Wm Lyman and Win 1'ritclinrd. ') " Warner Mitchell, son of Wm. Mitch ell, Jr.- fell from a horse Wednesday, 1 breaking his arm just above the wrist. . Dr. Mctlrciror was called in and the boy's condition is satisfactory. I find nothing better for llvor de I " , f rangemont and constipation than Chum . ' bcrlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. L. F. Andrews, Dea Moines, Iowa. For ...

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. — 6 August 1904

...'J. FAROWAN PEJARTMEN,T . I j ! ( LOCAL ITEMS I Willie nnd Charles Richards left hero Monday, returning to their work nt t Klmberly. - - The Y. L. M. I. A. convention of this staltc convenes Sept. 2lth. Tlio ploco ", will be designated Inter. j. Thercarrived nt the home of Mr, nnd Mrs. Uert llobb. son No. 2. Parties concerned doing nicely. , ' 'Elder J. Klug Clairraore, who has been laboring in tho Southern States . Mission, has received his notification i of release. 4 The republican delegates to the ' county convention August 10th nre , Morgan Hlchurds, Wllford Day, Wra Lyman and Win Pritchard. r Warner Mitchell, son of Wm. Mitch ell, Jr. fell from n horse Wednesday, ' breaking his arm just aboye the wrist. Dr. McGregor was called in and the "boy's condition Is satisfactory. I find nothing better for Jlvor dc- f rangeroont and constipation than Cham- ,' bct'lain'rt Stomach and Liver Tablets. L. P. Androws, Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by all Oealero. Thrynecro tried for stealing ...

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. — 6 August 1904

v flflj Cold Bullion In Favor. BJ Gold bullion plays no small part In Bflfl Che uinko-up of sunimor coufoctlona. BBS lAmong tho girdles of. tlio moment aro SH thoao'of cloth of gold, ombrolderod In Blfl ollk (loss in small iloslnnn. (ho color BBS of tho embroidery matching that of SB the frock with which the girdle Is to BBB be worn. A pale blue pongee silk BBBj hns a deeply pointed girdle in cloth BBI pt gold, embroidered with Binnll fleur- BBBj tio-lls in pule blue silk. A sago grcun BBBj tetantlnc costume shows a 'cloth of Bflfl Cold crush girdle, embroidered in Bflfl Vllsks nearly nn inch In diameter. HBH Bflfl New Fashionable Colors. HB ThQMiowe.it tints are geranium pink flfl iNonpolltiin violet and the popular HB 'champagne "simile, which look so Br pretty trimmed with luce, and, In ad-' lltlon, there nre some rose pinks, fll Ipnlo ..turquolsn blue, while a fresh shadtj of mauvo will be specially ap- H predated by blondo beauties, and a ft' lsllvcrgray is suitable for slight ...

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. — 6 August 1904

I FREE to WOMEN H A Largo Trial Box and book of In- H etructlons absolutely Free and Poat-v H paid, enough to prove tho vnluc of PaxtineToilet Antiseptic BJ 3 Paxtlne It In powder BJ yUJHftlk water - non-poltonous B HMHt nndfarsuperlortollquld H EjKy antiseptic containing B AMWL?f aaaavV alcohol which Irritates 1 tfmbjty ."R Intlamcd tirfacea, and H VKmf rKB1 hnve no cleansing prop- bH RflaV v,hH3 ertlea. The contents H flR n. fBjDj ' every box makes VJH YBJL "V JBr moro Antiseptic Solu- BJ vBBP"''BAi BOM further has more ' BA ,-JfflB JaJKs U5e ln tne '"'illy and ' flat sStT fsv Uoemoreitoodthanony BJ 2 xS' antiseptic preparation flj The formula of a noted Boston physician, B and used with .great success as a Vaginal H Wash, forLeucorrhcca, Pci vie Catarrh, Nasal H Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Cuts, jH and all soreness of mucus membrane. JB In local treatment ol fom.ilo ills I'nztino is BJ invaluable Uod as a Vaginal Wash wo J challongo tlio world to produce, its equal for BJ th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 August 1904

i . . -8 Hi S imHimmnlnmnmjmmnjtiiimijmnimmninjmminiiiinii'in 8 8 8 1 !;' 8 I 8 500 Bushels of Wheal 8 H . 'Ul Wanted Immediately. - li f. - Wi fy . , J J8 $ 1:30 Per Hundred. , :: 8 I. g . .. .. CEDAR CITY CO-OP. 4 "8 ; ri : 8 g. iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiimmaimmmii i : f) " uuimmiuiuuiim - jn 1 hiMl"nTi' )i riMiiiii r 'i mi m i mil in r-r .- - -i I miijr mi , i n . I I STUDEBAKER BROTHERS I B (j St. George Branch Office. $ j J 7 I I Studobaker Wagons and Buggies uro built jl H CgSSSS especially for the rough roads of this Southern v H' w) m Country. Particular attention Is paid to tho w) H Km HV WHEELS, which arc constructed with special (A fi r viowto n I V Strength and Durability. H- Tho wheels arc the Foundation of a vehicle, and SSt H w) S9S9S9 if you havo a good foundation the structure is W) H" ' (m ' likely to stand) ( H J I Never buy a wagon until you havo fully Investigated tho Stu- J I H ix dcbulcer. Over $15,000 worth sold through tho Southern branch y HL y1 ofl...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 August 1904

I JRQN COUNTJY RfecORD. I I cdar 0tYf IfQ" County, UtaHf Saturday, Aug. 13, J?M. r I SOUTHERN UTAH LEADS THE PROCESSION I The Record Publisher Has Just Installed the Only Simplex Typesetting Machine I in Utah What it Does, M This in if proud day for tbo publish- I or ot this paper. Tho ilrnt of tho M present weok thcro wns installed, li ' our oillco ono of tlio Slpipl6x typo- fretting machines, of ' tho ndjust- "Wo pattern: It 1h a proud day for "M two reasons. First, because it Las been a long cherished desiro with us . to got some improved method of ns M sombling J,ho typo for our papers, that would onablo us to regulato tho amount of composition to adequately covor tho news of our district; mid fiocondly bocauso ours is tho only Simplex machino now in tho Stato of I' Utah, and tho only ofllco outsido of M Salt Lako Olty and" Ogdon using ma m clilno composition. This is n machino -I "80. nl i order to koop abroast m of tho times and in tho procession of progression tho Installatio...

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. — 13 August 1904

H Twelve Bugs. M It is iiHtoiilsliing what dovfltry cim M bo dono by u llttlo insect scarcely H bicor tbtin (i piuhend. In tlio H Philippines tbcio h a whito nut, u M minuto creature, which will cat up a H brldgoorwurohouHo or a fortification, H if ho 1h ulven half a chanco. Waro M houses havo boon actually dorourod by m thoHO insects and packing cases stored M in thorn crumbled to dust when loft M unprotected. Evou iron and steel B beaniH are not Bafo from thono vorac M iouu posts and us to books and man M uscripts, they afford only' a light m lnncli for thorn between inealH. It M it) snfo to nay that tho iiiHcct lifo of H tho world Is man's worst onoiuy, tho B ono that cuusou him most Ions and H discomfort and tho agency most pro H dbctivo of d Incase and famine Tho fl United States hits Its full sharo of M those torments, but out of all tho M millions that annoy man, twolro M are boloctod for thoir primacy in H tho working of tnisohiof. Fremi ti nent among them all Ih tho chiuohb...

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. — 13 August 1904

4k BMI WOODEN PIPE SATISFACTORY. City Council Passes Resolutions to "' That Effect. Thoro having boon considerable discussion of Into ns to tbo utility of tbo wooden plpo for water systems In various towns wbero It is proposed laying pipes, and inasmuch as tbo , local system installed a short t'mo 1 .slnco is composed of this class of mntorial, tbo city council was re quested by tbo Intor-Mountaln Pipo company to giro expression to tboir opinion on tbo subject, tbo following i resolution was introduced and duly passed at tbo mooting hold August ' 4tb: j ' . RESOLUTION'. ' Council Chambers, Cedar City, v Utah, August 4th, 1901. Whereas, tbo lutor-Mouutnlu Plpo Comany of Suit Lake City, Utah, has completed its contract with tbo Codar City Corporation for tbo wlro- I wound woodotl pipo used by said cor i .poratlou for its wator system and works; and ' Whoroas, said wator systom, com- jj iPrising Ju all something ovor six imilos 'of flight,' four and throo inch (iusidodinmotor) wiro wou...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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