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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 August 1904

IjjjjjjjjJJ H Iron County Record j j M ' X CHARLES S. WILKINSON H j ....PUBLISHER' iiiiiiH T., .............. .......... H X ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H ,$ ENTEREO AT THE CEDAR CITY P08T- s X OPFICC A8 SECOND CLASS MATTER H X OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS B ., iiH T SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR iiH T ALWAYS IN ADVANCE Hiiiiifl T M SATURDAY, AUG. 13, 1904. J Now 1h llio tinio whllo tho ground 1h H moist, 11ml tho weather unfavorable H fifr harvest work, to plow n fow J ncroH of ground for a patch of arid H grain. It's no uho waiting for tho H railroad or for tho iron mliion, thoy J -will bo along after a whllo, hut in P tho moan timo tlioro Is opportunity j for our fnrmora to Incronso tholr JljH income ly raising a fow neros of grain 1 without wntor. Of course, this is llko J planting an orchard, to some extent, H nlthough you will not havo to wait ho h long without rotuniH, an it will only H a about two yonrs in tho case of tho 1 arid grain, while tho orchard will J rcquiro four or...

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. — 13 August 1904

, THE GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT. Iron County Should Get In Line Now to Enjoy Benefits. , m SECURE STATE AND NATIONAL AID. Letter Addressed to County Commis sioners and State Law on Subject Follow. Salt Luko City, Utah, July 20, 1904. Uoullouioii. I linvo boon askod to , invito your atttoution to tho provi sions of Chapter 12"5 of tho Laws of Utah, 1003, rolativo to tho dosigun- t tlon of county roads ns stato high 1 ways. - Tho general interest that Is boiug 1 taken in tho good roads movomont la no doubt shared by a majority of tho pooplo of this stato, and has found expression In tho law abovo roforrod to, which sooms to alford au 5 oxcollont opportunity for tho com mencement of tho good work. Sov- oral btatos havo similar laws, under ; which groat progress is boing made, to tho advautago of tho states In ' jjonorul and of tho farming commuul- jij ' tios in particular. '9 Tho gonoral gorornment is also tak ing au actlvo interest in tho bottor inont of roads throughout tho country to tho ...

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. — 13 August 1904

H How Col. Connor Killed the Snakes H Tho Hereout mid most dondly baltlo ovor fought in tlio H West, oxcoptiiif,', porhnpp, tlio end nnd fntnl ono on tho Llttlo IJif? Horn, wlioro tho Rnllntit Giintor nlid IiIh bravo inon woro nnnihilntod, occurred on Ucnr rivor, nt a point Hinco cnllod Bnttlo Orcok.nnd diHtnnt nbout twolvo milofl 1 northwest from Franklin, ldnho. Tho imrtlolimiitH woro nbout throo hundred United Stnton Holdlorn from H Fort DouglnH, Utnli, commanded by Colonel P. Edward H Connor, on ono sldo nnd on tho othor n baud of eomo H four or Jlvo hundred Snnkos nnd Hnnnock IndinuH, H including Bqurtwn nnd pnpooaos, under tho command of H ljoar Huntor aud othor noted cholffl. For years largo H , jmrtlos of Indians had been committing dopredntionH H along what wan thou known at) tho Northern routo to H California. EmlpruntB and minora passiiiR that way H -woro attacked and murdered by tho merciless biivorob, H who tlniH Kecurod much plunder. TIicho sumo marauding H ImudH of re...

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. — 13 August 1904

fKffl bbbbbB I PAROWAN D.BPARTMF.NT ' K fly bbbbbbI B Miss Murgnrlto Hearst of Roarer 1b K iv gtiost of Mlsa Ada Richards thlH B wook. H Fred Allou and family lcavo Paro- B wan this wook to mako thoir future B homo nt Payson, Utah county. Hj Tho ilrst daughter of William and B Mnblo AdaniH' has just arrlvod, bring- m Inpr with hor much joy and rocolving H a warm wolcomo. K Goorgo Dockor, our over wolcomo K county Buporlntondont of huhooln, B mado a brief call upon tho county K oilloinls at tho court houso on Mou- bK ny E Though wo nro frequently asked B by othor towns and havo ondoavorod H to find out, wo cannot authoritativoly HI say whothor or not Iron county Is to Hj hold a fair this year. WM Notablo visitors to tho raco and ball H Tuesday, woro Frank Brown and Mrs. Hf Urio of Hamilton's Fort, Doss Wnl- K kor, Tom Higboo, Harry and Iluutor B Luut of Cedar. Too many from tho V smaller towns to moution names, but H; nil equally wolcomo. K Ernest Hancock, William LoFovor, mm Arthur ...

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. — 13 August 1904

I i Big Cash Discounts. M 8 We are making Special Cash Discounts 5r H S for the next Twelve Days. From Aug. 15 S H g to Aug 27, Only. $ 1 f) We will discount our Dry Goods, Ribbons, Laces and f) flflfl r) Hn e w'" discount our , f) flfll J tfs Clothing, Hats and Fancy S$ ?9 A H 8 fY (l$ Crockery, 20 per cent. -JS 8 flfll 8 flC $J Jewlery discounted, I. ji ( M f) j-JU3 25 per cent. i I 8 M f) lV NEW COOK STOVE 'A g H J I V! for $10.00. U 12 H 12 I A I NEW SEWING MACHINE II Sl ID H, yR fjvil for $16.00. 1JJ JJjfJ 3 , f 1 I 111 en per cen off on if aK H w oJkJw c,ocks' Ijfl r flflflflj 7 L WCBC3iIJttriMiDliM!UMMMBMBMBBBBBPM 7 I GEDHR. GITY GO-OP. HL 8 C. J. ARTHUR, Supt. W f . - - $l;N,.T. P.QRTtn FRES. CEO. W. MIDDLETON, SECY, U. T. JONES, VICE-PRES. H $ OTHER DIRECTORS. J. i E. L. CLARK, WILLIAM REDD, JOHN L. SEVY, V AND M. D. IIIQltEE. I Bank of Southern Utah, i H I CEDAR CITY, UTAH. jjj H JUNIUS FOSTER. Cashier. H k Commercial and Savings Depository. Exchange Drawn x k on Eastern B...

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. — 20 August 1904

BBBlBBJBJPBH'I'" ''WiKWBWiHHW''rffM MnWWBnnMIIRWaOTil,nnV1 "" "HppppM B ' ' ( ?BBl BM ,f PJfl B Dilloy M II 2, BBj BB BBV Bk I Iron Cou Jty Record. I H Vo1, H , Cedar Otyi Iron County, "Utah, Saturday," Aug720, 1904. NoT 40' ijgfl SOUTHERN UTAH EXPERIMENT FARM H' Practical Demonstration of Possibilities K For Horticulture. B AS SEEN BY THE ADYOCATE SCRIBE. B Orchards and Vineyards In Thriving BBf Condition New Buildings and B Other Improvements. B About (lvo miles southeast of St BB Goorgo, ombraoing a picturcsquo mid BB sorvlcublo plot of ground contribute BBB od to tho stato of Utah by tho Wnah- BBJ lngtou Fiold Caiml company, Ilea tho BBJ southern Utah Exporlmout Farm. BB It is coutrollod by tho Stuto Hoard PB of Horticulture, under tho immodiuto BBj supervision of tho proHidont of tho Bf board, Hon. ThouuiH Judd, aud tho BBT local management of Foroman Josoph B T. Atkln. Tho station embraces BB about forty acres of laud, all under BB cultivation aud ouclosod withh a sub- BB stan...

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. — 20 August 1904

IB Ml m ; a .1 i. . . ' . I I John L. Their Idol " I H "When I first wont to Tahiti," Raid 1 a traveler from tho South Seas, "I M landed on ono of tho roninto Inlands. m Tho first night 1 wont In stnto to visit L tho chief, Bk "Ho waR a lino old follow, fully 6 B foot 2 in height, nnd n man ovory inch H of him. I hnpponod to know pcoplo H who had lived on his island for a f timo. Through fin interpreter ho m nsked mo nil kinds of questions about HT thorn if they wero well, if tholr hair wns getting gray, how much monoy H they had, otc. Then conversation H languished. H "At length I heard him repeating to H tho interpreter n word thnt sounded H ' lllto 'Yonclsulwnn. Tho Interpreter H isccmed to catch It finally. Ho said: H "'Ho wnnts to know how is John H ,L. Sulllvan7 Is ho fighting as hard as ever?' " . '"Oh, no,' I said truthfully. 'John M !. Sullivan isti't chnmplon any moro. H IIo was hoatcn by n big man from tho H yVcnt, nnd a man from tho Dig islands HJ beat that man, nnd anot...

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. — 20 August 1904

I : The Bow of Orange Ribbon A ROMANCE OF NEW YORK f UV AMELIA E. DAR.R. J Author of "Friend OI.vlv. "I. Thou nnd lho Qthor 0no. E,o J CopyrlRl.t, 1680, by Dodd, Mead nnd Company. M.j..4. . X CHAPTER I. The Van Heemsklrks. It wan May In New York ono hun dred and twenty-ono years ago, and yet tho May A. D. 188G the same clear air and wind, tho snmo rareiled fresh ness, full of faint, passing aromas! from tho wot earth and tho salt sea i and tho blossoming gardens. In tho city the business of tho day was over; but at tho open doors of many of tho shops little groups of ap prentices In leather aprons wore' talk ing, and on tho broad steps of tho - t City Hall a numbor of grave-looking men wore slowly separating after a vory satisfactory civic session. They wore all noticeable men. but Jorls Van Ileomsklrk specially so. His bulk was so groat that It seemed as If ho must havo been built up; It was too much I- to expect that ho had ever been a R baby. Ho had a fair, ruddy face, and B larg...

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. — 20 August 1904

H H :: Iron County Record H CHARLES S. WILKINSON A, H ...PUDLISHER-... f H , ...................................... ........X H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1893 t H EMTEREO AT THE CSDAR CITY POST- T K OrrlCE A3 SECOND CLASS MATTER X K ................ 4. K . OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS X H . , .......T m SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR f Y ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H SATURDAY, AUG. 20, 1904. M JUIX1EJ. K. FRICK. H Wo 1110 tbl wook in rocolpt of a H lottor from our personal friend, Judgo 1 JO. V. IUgfiluH of Salt Lnko City H tliollrsLjiulgo of tliiH judicial district H -whoto frlondH and iitlmirora in thin H wcotlon of tho Htato aro iiunioroiits. 'J'ho judgo liiforiiiHus that ho in taking HH no Tory uctlvo part in politlcH this canipaigti, but that ho in common B with all othor citizoiiH of tho Htato In interested in tho men that aro to illl M liio Htato oIIIcoh for tho next toriu. H Particularly Is ho improHHod with tho M hnportiuico of tho Holoctiou of a H huitablo candidate to illl tho vacancy M...

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. — 20 August 1904

I - PAROWAN PEPAPTMF.NT I I ' HH Tho M. I. A. girls nro living in anticipation. Mr. Josso Ward 1h building an ad dition on tho north of his residence. ' Mumlo Ollorton has roturnod from tho llorkloy Unlvorslty, California. Joseph Bontloy, Jr., is soon about town again, aftor an nbsonco of sovoral months. SInco our last ovon lug's writo-up, l wo havo boon authorized to state that tho M. I. A. convoution will bo hold at Parowan Soptombor 14th, tho conforonco on tho 15th at tho same place. Our butcher buslnoss has chaugod hands. Mossrs. Edgar Dalton und Sam Winn jiow sorvo thoir customers to frosh joints. They say thoy "aro prepared to moot compotltion and havo como to stay. ' ' Josoph Armstrong, Josoph Flfo and J. O. Parry, tho presidency of tho , Purownii Stako Sabbath Schools, oc cupied tho tlmo at tho aftornoon sor vicos last Sunday. Tho discourses wero timoly and much approciatod. Tho democratic party will hold thoir precinct primary August 20th , . to elect sovon delegates to att...

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. — 20 August 1904

IbbYbYs S, MB bH H BLEEDING STOPPED BY MUOIC H Surgeons Only Guess at Cause of H Queer Phenomenon. H Porhaps tho strangest uso to which B music can bo put Is to stop tho flow H of blood from a wound. An army doctor noticed that whon a wounded k noldlor was taken to within an easy K hearing dlstanco of music hemorrhage was groatly reduced or stopped. Nel- HmT Ul0r no nor others, who confirmed his M observations, could understand how this phenomenon was brought about, 1 btil It Is now bollevcd that tho vlbra- r tlon of tho air produced by tho music m causes tho patient to becomo faint, In m which caso tho action of tho heart Is H so considerably lessoned that tho B ovorflow of blood is roduccd. Germany's Highest Judiciary. H Tho highest Judicial authority of B tho Qermnn omplro is vestod In tho B Rolohsgcrlcht, a foderal supromo fl court established pursuant to tho law H of April 11, 1877, as ono of tho lnstl- B tutlons resulting from tho creation B of tho now omplro. This Important c...

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. — 20 August 1904

1 m " 1 Women who work, whether in the house, J H store, office or factory, very rarely have the -S ability to stand the strain. The case of Miss Frankie Orser, of Boston, Mass., is B interesting to all women, and adds further IV proof that woman's great friend in need is Jfl Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound (M "Dear Mns. Pisicham: I suffered misery for severnl years. My back fm ached and I had bearing clown pains, and frequent headaches. I would often Mr wake from a restful sleep In such pain and misery that it would bo hours beforo I could closo my eyes again. I dreaded the long nights and weary days. I Vm could do no work. I consulted different physicians hqplnjr to get relief, but, KM finding that their medicines did not euro me, I tried iyifla E. Plnklinm's KB VCRCtablo Compound, as it was highly recomended to mo. I am glad that Mt I did so, for I soon found that It was the medicine for my case. Very soon I Wa was rid of every acho and pain and restored to perfect health. ...

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. — 20 August 1904

V I 4M I I flflfll j - H, t I Big Cash Discounts, f 8 We are making Special Cash Discounts 8 for the next Twelve Days. From Aug. 15, V 8 to Aus 27 0nly- 8 H f We will discount our Dry Goods, Ribbons, Laces and W M Silks, 10 per cent. m I w) Jr We will .discount our w , I m y P ' Clothing, Hats and Fancy ,WW ' I I 8 W&b Crockery, v20 per cent. fT S9 f 8 Jewlery discounted, f 1 F Af ( I S 25 per cent" VJjRr 8 I fl ?A NEW COOK STOVE j VV 1 fl I K I II for$10:oa l H W I 12 11 ' fin. NEWSEWING MACHINE A i W I 1 T I13 for$16.00. l ' X fl Up I H Ten per cent off on 1 1 ill I 8 ill-H Clocks. J UJ (J I CEDAR GITY GO-OP. I H 8 c J arthur sup- 8 I 1 STUDEBAKER BROTHERS 8 8 St. George Branch Office. $ I I a j Studobaker Wagons and Bugcies uro built 7 H T cgSgSa especially for the rough roads of this Southern 9 flYi W) a Country. Particular attention Is paid to tho P) H (A 7f WHEELS, which uro constructed with special M W f) r v,ewto f ft Strength and Durability, l H,j P Tho- wheolB aro tho ...

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. — 27 August 1904

II ' IS Cakr "ty Irn County, Utah, turia, Aug. 27, IWL " No73i H IS CITY SOLONS If MEET IN COUNCIL II letter From Intermountain Pipe Co II Read and Filed. If FRANCHISE FOR CHARLES M. LANG, i vj , I Sexton's Fees to be Collected. Iteml ,1 M zed Dill to be Furnished to - m nil Ills Patrons. t.M . v S Tho city council mot in regular M soBsion Monday, August lfith. Aftor the regular opening oxorcisos, a lottor m was rend from thoIntor-Mouutaiii Pipo company, expressing satisfaction with 1 the way thoy hud boon troatod by the M council, and tho manner in which ,jf thoir business had boon carrlod on. if Aftor being road tho lottor was or jf derod placed on illo. 2 Joseph Stovonson mado vorbal com- 1 plaint oguinst 0. D. Burkholdor, I charging him with making a ditch 1 upon hiB proinisos and convoying 1 water thoroin to tho injury of tho I hoalth of his (Stovonson's) family. " J Tho mattor was referred to tho board 1 of hoalth, with instructions to inves- tigato and roport at u future moot...

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. — 27 August 1904

m TBPiG BaBaBr BBBfl SBBBJ IJjJJJJJJJJf - i. 1M"W" Bfl ' ' - ' B HAS SEEN MANY LANDS. H Henry Savage Lnndor Always an Inde- BB fatlgabte Traveler. Bfl A. Henry Savngo Lnndor, author of HB many books of travo), Is a grandson Bfl of Walter Snvago lnndor, tho English Bfl man of letters. Lnndor was born at Hfl Florence, and received his education Hfl tlicro and nt Julian's In Paris as an BB art student. His career rs .1 travolcr HH began with n tour through Japan, Hfl China, Korea, South Mongolia, Tibet, HH etc., and America, Australia, and North Africa. With tho truo gift of BB tho explorer, Mr. Lnndor soon turned Bfl his steps toward unknown lands. Ho HH was tho first white man to reach both HH sourcos of tho Brahmaputrn river and BB his thrilling experiences of Imprison- HH mont and torturo In Tibet nro narrat- HH cd in his book, "In tho Porbiddon HH Land." Ho marched with tho nlllcd HH troops to Pokln in 1900 nnd was tho HH first Anglo-Saxon to ontor tho "forbid- HH don city." Hflj ...

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. — 27 August 1904

I The Bow of Orange Rjfoboa f J A ROMANCE OF NEW YORJC I By AMELIA E. BAR.R. I Author of "rrl.nd OIIvlv. Thou and th. Olh.r 0.,- Etc. t J Oopyrtfjht, 1888, by DoJd, Mead and Company. I TTTTTTTTTTtttTT CHAPTER I. (Continued.) On a loungo an ologantly dressed woman was Bitting, reading a notol "La, child!" she cried, "come hero and ivo mo a kiss. So you wear that awoot-fancled suit again. I8 that the Dutch stylo, then, child? It must bo oxtrenioly charming. La, horo cotnos Richard! Ho Is going to ask you to tako a sail on the river; and I shall lend you my new green parasol. I do boliovo it la the only one In the coun try." "I came to alt with you, and work with my worsteds. Perhaps my moth er might not like mo to go on the rlrcr with any one." But Katherine had no time to de fend herself: for, with his cavalry cap In his hand and a low bow, Capt. Ilydo entered the room. In a row minutes afterward she was going Idown tho terrace steps with him; and ho was looking Into hor faco with Bh...

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. — 27 August 1904

B' r WJ M WMMWM ''"' iiiwwi-M--------Ms I ;: Iron County Record $ H I 444444444.444444444a H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ....PUBLISHER.... H , ................................................... , H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 B i ................ H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H H OTHERWISE 8TRICTLY FIRST CLASS H H ' SUBSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H SATURDAY, AUQ. 27, 1904. fl THE COUNTV PAIR. H Wo nro ploasod to hoo Hint our H frlonds, tho peoplo of Parowan, lmvo H taken up tho miittor of tho county H fair, and thut although luto in tho H HcnHOii, this miittor in not to bo no- H gloctod. It would ho vory gratifying H and coutributo greatly to tho succoss H of tho occasion if orory settlement in H tho county would tnko a llvoly iutoroBt H in thin proposition and oacli do itH H full bhrtro townrds making this inovo H a cotnploto huccohh. TIioho county H Xulrs nro, or Bhould bo, in tho lntor- H est of tho agricultural development of H tho ...

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. — 27 August 1904

mm , ' ; ,; CORRESPONDENCE. SUKLMIT. I ' August 21, 1001. S. 0. Ilulot, Jr., loft for Salt Lnko ( 'City laBt Monday niornliiK, ns a dolo- , gnto to tho republican Btato conven tion. Road Suporvisor Boiibou lms boou working on tbo road nt tho big hollow bolow tbo Winn farm today. Tbo rocont storms wushod out tbo road at , tbut point, making it almost Impnssl- ! bio. - , , THE TRAVELING LIBRARY. I Wo aro ploasod to roport tbat Mrs. I Twoodlo now bas tbo hIx nout littlo j boxes for tbo traveling library books. j Each box will contain ton uoatly bound Tolumos, wbiob will bo (lis trlbutod among tbo six wards of tbo Porowan stake At tho ond of ovory tbroo montliH tbo boxos will bo changed from ono ward to another, thoroby giving tbo mombors of ouch association tbo privllvgo, in timo, of sending nil of tbo bookH in tbo libra ry. RULES. Tho following rulos will govorn tbo handling and uro of tbo traveling li brary. Thoy havo boon approvod by . Prosldont Jones, as woll as by tho stake board ...

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. — 27 August 1904

H . B Cherokee Chiefs' Portrait. H Arranged upon tlio walls In the ot H ecutlvo ofllcos in tho cnpltol bulldlnd H In Tahloquah, aro tho portraits of noan H ly all tho Chorokoo chiefs who hava H ruled slnco tho tlmo of John Ross, H who was principal chief for forty com H socutlro yoara. m $100 Reward, $100. B The readert of this paper will be pleaaed to leant (bat there I at leaat one dreaded disease that aclence laa been able to oil re In all Ita stages, and that It JJJJJ Catarrh. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure la the only potltlre H eure now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh H being a constitutional disease, requires a conatltu H Uonal treatment. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure la taken In- H ternally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucoua H eurfaf.ee of the ayateni, thereby deatrnylnir the H foundation of the disease, and Hiring the patient H strength by building up the constitution and assist- H tag nature In doing Its work. The pmprletora hare H o much faith In lta curative powcra that th...

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. — 27 August 1904

I H s hbbH SbH ebbbu & ttBBaM 1 SAVK .flBBBBia'wt'tBBlaBi BUHL? BY V"t Ib YaM H I Miss Nellie HQimcstrcasurer" of the Young Woman's Temper- ance Association of Buffalo, N.Y., strongly advises all suffering H women to rely, as she did, up ' on Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege. H table Compound. IK " DnAn Mits. Pinuiiam : Your rncd- BB lcino is indeed nn ideal woninn's-mccll- B chic, hud by 'far the- best I lenow to f rcstoro lost health and strength. I BB suffered misery for several years, bclnp f troubled with monorrhagia. My back BB ached, I bad bearing-down pains and BB frequent headaches. I would often K wake from restful Bleep, and in such tm pain that I suffered for hours before I BB could go to sleep again. I dreaded the BB long nights as much as tho weary days. I " I consulted two different physicians, E hoping to get relief but, finding that BB their medicine did not seem to cure me. I tried your Vegetable Compound M on tlio recommendation of a friend IH from tho East who was vis...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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