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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 1 October 1904

mmkm MmW H ijron County Record ? H H t CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ....PUDLISHER.... BBB , ,,..,..........., , H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1803 fl . . ................ 1 ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY P08T- H OFFICE AS 8EC0ND CLASS MATTER fl ................ M OTHERWISE (TRICTLY FIRST CLASS RB ..., . , f ....!.. ... ..... H SUBSCRIPTION I.SO PCR YEAR B ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H JLtAJti. Jlt -- " M SATURDAY, OCT. i, 1904. 1 WATER FOR CEA1ETGRY. M TI10 purclmeo of ovor 11 tliousand M foot of l)o of a mi liable slzo for H extending tho wator inula from tho 1 north ond of Main stoot to tho coin B otory, by Mayor Mlddlotonii fow days H slneo, mukos oasy tho convoying of H the water from tho tornilnatlon of tho water systom to tho city of tho (load. m Mr. Middloton will doubtloss bo B willing to disposo of tho pipe- at tho H price which ho paid for it, in ordor H to aid tho mattor and giro opportuni sms ty to proporly adorn and hoautify B that part of tho city's proporty. B Some threo or four weoks sinco a B...

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. — 1 October 1904

SUMMIT. (Continued from first page.) I canyon, undor tho supervision of I Noph'i Orton. '. " Miss Esthor Dnlloy- will louvo for F tbo Big Horn Co. in n fow days, wharo alio will bo employed ns tenchor in ono of tbo District schoolsi Revives the Bonnet. i Queen Alexandra of England has re i vlvctl tho bonnet, and all fcminlno f Britain Is prepared to ncccpt It. p Has Another Job. Again, what's in a name? William ? Shakcspcaro is selling soda water at Tropic, In southern Utah. Salt Lako 1 Tribune. Labor in the Rand. It Is a well-known fact that the labor question is ono of tho gravest problems of tho Rand. Tho British government has already considered tho advisability of Importing Chinese coolies in largo numbers, tad an English contemporary now suggests t the importation of Tartars from tho Kazan government in Russia. Ministers Barred. Tho constitution of Tcnnessco pro vides that whereas ministers of tho gospel are by thC.v profession dedicat ed to God and tho caro of souls, and ough...

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. — 1 October 1904

H " !! B .fM s' && ') fl Miss Hapgood (ells how she " H escaped an awful operation by fl using Lydia b Pinkham's Vcge- H table Compound. " Dn.ut Miis. Pi:khm. I Buffered H or four years with w'l.it t'io doctors H called Salpingitis (Inflammation 6f tho H fallopian tubes and ovaritis), which la H n most distressing and painful ailment, H nffectin? nil the surromidliur parts, H uiulcrinliilii'f the constitution, nnd sap- H ping tlio Ufa forces. If you hid seen H jno ft year mro, beforo I benn taking 1 Xydiu E. PIuI:!mm'.s Vegetable. M Compound, and bad noticed fie : H rmnkon eyes, sallow complexion, and H pen era! emaciated condition, nnd com- I H pared that person with tne as I am to H day, robust, hearty nnd well, you H would not wonder that I feel thankful H to you nnd your wonderful medicine, H -which restored me to new life nnd H health in flvo months, nnd saved mo H irom an awful operation." Miss Ir.K.vi: M IUraooi), 1022 Sandwich SU Windsor, H Out. S5000 forfeit If orig...

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. — 1 October 1904

iL-MHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHMHwHHaHHHHHHH9MHHHBBM I i . I. . - i. - ! 1 KING OF AM LINIMENTS 1 CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN M M rT on.il. bm T. ..,A-1K.!1"' OORN HUIKtlfS SrRAINIO WRISTS, FROSTIO rUTi OOMIS, UKIOHI, OHIIBUMII, AND ALL INFLAMMATION Or MAM OR (EAST., H n hhhbVhv IEB9riLhK!kiHLj9& hbhbpbiy - NHKHfr I 1 READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE I I I ESS 1 I M THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 M I A Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 1 I M, xW. L. DOUGLAS I ja? - Vfe5 :5sbqo and $4.00 cuotom.Bcnch Work in all. I TAry $tX THE HlGH Grade Leathers. rUPvi ii?v $2.00 Police, Three Soles. $2.50 and Vi-lQXw 5l $2.00 WORKINQMEN'S, DEBT IN THE WORLD, fiFSvHW U'" '' Sri! S2.50. $2.00 AND $1.75 Boys, for H i wmtw ioHf'"5lFT aSc ' Dress and School Wear. H RsV7 F!vv jr Tvi IV. Tj.I)oui;laH make unit sells more mon' Hi vfWiTTV ll l 83.B0iuiil S3.00sliocMlinnny other nmiiu- H .sTTJjL wV lY'l rV 'iA V7 1 fucturcr Jn tUo -world. Tho reason they nro HI r?50'Au 2jSmiZ$' .S I tho greatest sellers Is, they are mndo o...

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. — 1 October 1904

I bbbbbbbH sbbbbbh i 01 GOODC 1E n 1 I ObXXCl m I 8 Heady for Inspection. 8 I S We are full from Cellar to Garret. Every line has 5 I f2 been Filled up from Groceries to Clothing. We call your W f? attention to all the New things in general, and to a few f) & in particular, these are the things that are of special inter- r XL est this time of the year. L I li Ladies' Wraps Furs and Jackets. t v, S I W School and Dress Suits for the Boys. f) Jh An Elegant line of Clothing for the Boys' Brothers, f) ) and "Dads." & I ftl A Complete line of Underwear for all kinds of people. S I 71 Denims Overalls and Jumpers for Boys and Men, fl I f) just the thing for wood hauling. f I x A complete line of Hats and Gents Furnishings. & I ul L. D. S. Garments in all sizes and prices. G I l GEOflR GITY G0. i f) C. J. ARTHUR, Sv.pt. if I STUDEBAKER BROTHERS I ( St. George Branch Office. Jg I 8 ; 8 H Y2 I Studobaker Wagons nnd Buggies uro built ! H af S3SS9 I egpednijy for tho rough roads of ...

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. — 8 October 1904

I Iron County Record. J M Volt U- Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Saturday, bct.8779047 N0TT7 OLD FOLKS BANQUETTED. B Honored With Sumptuous Repast at B Tabernacle. H PROGRAM OF SPEECHES, SONGS, ETC. B Guests Escorted In Carriages to City B Reservoir and the Branch B Normal. Buildings. B Tho annunl Old Folks, party was K hold in tho tnbornuclo and Ward hall K yoHtorday, at which a majority of tho HI boys and girls of Godar over tho ago H of sixty woro tho spooial caro of tho H old folks party committoo. H, In tho foronoou tho guosts woro Ht taken in carriages to visit tho Branch H Normal, whoro thoy woro rocolvod by H Prlnoipal Dockor and shown through B tho buildings. ' At 12:30 thoy sat down to a sum ptuous repast in tho taboruaclo that I had boon provided by tho indofatiga I bio committoo, aftor which a happy I epooch of wolcomo was dolivorod by Dauiol T. Lolgh, who oxhlbitod ability in this lino that fow pooplo had suspectod him of possessing. I, This was followed by ono of Pro- 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. — 8 October 1904

H CARRIED OFF THE KOHINOOR. HHJ Lord Dalhousle Brought Famous Stone BBJ From India to England. BB Lord Dnlhouslo's iinino will always BA bo intimately associated with tho BB famous Kolilnoor dlamoiul, and tho BBJ story of how ho hi ought It from India BBJ to England hns boon rotold in ono of BBJ tho now books. In 1849, after tho BBJ eocond slkh wnr, Dalhousto conflscat- BBJ d tho stono on account of tho heavy BBJ dobt owing tho East India company BBJ by tho Lahore state. Dalhousio sunt BBJ it to Qttoon Victoria. Grcnt care had BBJ. to bo exorcised In carrying it across BBJ y India. "The tassols of tho armlet, In BBJ which tho diamond was sot," says tho BBJ account, "had been cut off to dlmln- BBJ Uh tho bulk and Lady Dalhousio had BBJ inclosed the armlet with Its Jowel In BBJ a lonther bug, this again being sowed BBJ into a belt lined with chamois leather, BBJ which DalhouHle wore by night and BBJ day. Two dogs wcro chained to tho BBJ govornor general's camp bod and no BBJ one but h...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 October 1904

in i t- - Trrrrr 1 -For Infants and Children. pEVAffi; I1 J lllllll I Th2a 1 10" " AVegctablePrcparalionlbrAs- ffi- " i slmilalingihcFoodnndncguh- m lingllic5loinuchsnndDoM2lsor m KfiQTS th.6 t Promotes DigislionjChccrful- I klgnailire ,$ ncss and nest.Conlalns neither ll p JfL X im Ophmi.Morplimc norJfincral. m 01 jf ( 1 WOT "NAIIC OTIC. R Milltl JtoVtafOMnr&MUELPlTCHSn jab n V RimAn Seed' . Ill 1 if I JUSmnti l Is J M Jft KorK.IUS.Ut- I 1M JO 1 Wfiwr iftvrf I IK A l 8 III JlWirnnint - I HE fl IS B III JtCatauiiJb(fti I flR 1 , 1 II p III UtitpSemJ- I M 1 A- Si Ctmfifd&iMr I Ift lgw Vr ft an Jli&rjtmV7nw: JfZ, Mi2 EN , V ffT dJ II QP Apcrfecl Remedy for Conslirx) J U fV W U Hon, Sour Stomach.Diarrlioca m I Ifcr Wonns.Convnlsioiis,Fcvcnsh fil JP' -., fllfrB. - ness and Loss of Sieki". m Jf" J" J BJ W K f 1 Facsimile Signature or M ffS. I Thirty Years i EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER, M IS Jfeffl Hj I 1 fi Q 1 Fw I TH OCHTAUR OMPNV. HCW VOBH CfTY. 00 WE TBEBT AID CDBE f&fa ' f...

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. — 8 October 1904

I H I Iron County Record :: L ? CHARLES S. WILKINSON B t PUBLISHER-.. H !!, a H I ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, I0Q3 H T ENTEREO AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- OFFICE AO SECOND CLASS MATTER JJjH ................ H X OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLA8S B J SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR H . ALWAYS IN H SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 1904. H UTAH SHOULD AUVGRTISB. H "Tho only reason that Utuh is not H ho well and favorably known to tho H world today iih California 1h tlmt tho fl ndvortislng that Utuh has rocolrod 1ms H Leon of 11 character to koop capital H away rathor than to draw its attention V to tho groat opportunities that exist fl lioro for investment," wild Mr. It. L. Hb' Poabody, president of tho Poabody H nvostmoiit company of Soranton, fl Pa., at tho Real Estate Association Iniroau of information this morning. H Mr. Poabody wan greatly intorostod H in tho exhibit of minoralH, which is now fairly roproKontativn of all H districts in Utuh. lie oxproseod hhiiKolf as greatly surprised that so many false Ktatoinon...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 October 1904

Application for Patent. M. A. No. 3802. U. S. Lund Ofllco, Salt Lako Olty, Utah, Oct. 1, 100 i. y, Notico is hcroby given that tho Big & Fourtoon Consolidated Mining nnd i Milling Co., a Utah corporation, haB mado application for n U. S. patont on tho Dig Sunilowor, Big Bonanza, Buckoyo, and Cory lodo mining claims, situnto in Stato Lino ' Mining District, Iron County, Utah, consisting of 1500, 1185.0, 1500, and 1191.5 linoar foot, respectively, of tho said lodos, togothor with stir faco ground not oxcooding 300 foot i on each sido of tho center of each of said claims, boing survoy No. 4,957 nnd described in tho Hold notes and plat of tho ofllcial survoy on lllo in tho oilico of tho Reglstor of tho U. ' S. Land OiUco at Salt Lako Olty, , Utah; magnetic variation at all comers 10 dog. 5 iniu. oast, as fol lows : Beginning at comer No. 1 of tho Big Sunilowor lodo, thenco south 05 I dog. 39 min. cast 000 ft. to corner 1 , No. 2 of Big Sunilowor, Idonticul with corner No. 1 of Bucko...

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. — 8 October 1904

I 3IJT0RIC cP I' o MEXICAN 7 BUBLDINfii1 M Mexico is probably onu of tliu most H picturesque cltlos of Latin America. If H It doos not havo tho size und modern H ., magulllconco of Duonos Ayrcs It Is far M older. Tho city contains n wealth of H Did architecture, but, Hko ull big cities H In n transition state, vandalism Is' do H Ing all It can to dostroy the nnclcit H romantic atmosphoro of tho Spanish M colonlnl buildings. In the last live M years frlghttul gaps havo bcon ma Jo M In the lines of old houses; tho ro- M fronting of so many of the colonial r mansions entirely destroying the pic- B luresfiuo vista of the streets. B It Is not Biitllclent to see many of M the old bouses fiom tho outside. The H , masslvo doors do not reveal the beau- B tlful interior patios. Ono of the best M BUtnplos of old colonial architecture fl that visitors can see without molesting B tho inhabitants is the We 11k-Fargo H building sltuntcd on Manrlque street. H This building is magnificent and In H s...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 October 1904

B : it. M K A QUICK RECOVERY. K A Prominent Officer of the Order of iH! Rebeccas writes to Thank Doan's i Kidney Pills for It. jHj Mrs. C. 13. Bumgardner, a local ohi- f ccr of tho Rebeccas, of Topokn, Kans , K Room 10, 812 Kansas JK Ave., writes: "I used iai!'mm jB Doan's Kidney Pills ' 3 B during tho past year, ?ST jB for kidney trouble tJ3? I B and kindred allincnts. fc I H 1 was suffering from ? I H pains In tho back and fJJ I H headaches, but found wMUk Ai H after tho use of one awfcoin l H box of tho remedy TffIiJ B that tho troubles EM lMtl S gradually disappeared S,1''jIh 1 HI so that before I had tSIfifftffwMlil Hm finished a accord ' PMfsVl Bs packago I was well.1 "JHtf$Wsjpil I J I, therefore, fceartllyj flsRPlJ Hj endorse your re me- KWmKLWWl IK dy." (Slgnod) Mrs.' 'tasKllu HJ C. E. Bumgardner. ""i""aMfeffl A FUEE TRIAL Address Fostcr- j Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale H by all dealers. lrico, CO cts. Hj Arsenic Aids Climbers. jH Tho practice of eating arsenic Is ve...

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. — 8 October 1904

I I OE GOSDS ABE DI K 8 Heady for Inspeetion. 8 H S We are full from Cellar to Garret Every line has 3 H fl been Filled up from Groceries to Clothing . We call your $ H f) attention to all the New things in general, and to a few f) H & in particular, these are the things that are of special inter- j H 3 est this time of the year .- 3 H. 3 Ladies' Wraps Furs and Jackets 3 H; fi School and Dress Suits for the Boys fl B" in An Elegant line of Clothing for the Boys' Brothers, f) & and "Dads." X H 3 A Complete line of Underwear for all kinds of people. 3 Uf Denims Overalls and Jumpers for Boys and Men, fy fr f) just the thing for wood hauling ) M (r A complete line of Hats and Gents Furnishings & P 3 L D S Garments in all sizes and prices 8 I GEDAR GITY GO-OP. f H R C. J. ARTHUR, Supt. H N 9S3S3S3S9S333S9S3SS39S3S9S3S3S993 I . 1 Must Be Sold! B 5 I am going to be absent for a year 3 Bv p or two and must sell the folowing list 3 V B of Live Stock at once, with little re- m ' g...

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. — 29 October 1904

H i ' I H 1) dley M TT mm H I JLPyNra Record, v I .R Vo1, H Cedar Gty, Iron County, "UtahnSatH' 0ct- 29 J904. NoO I ENTHUSIASTIC REPUBLICANS. H Messrs. Musser, McGurrin and Tanner M Responsible. B PAROWAN REPUBLICAN GLEE CLUB. Tanner gives Statistics, Mcdurrln IB Supplies the Humor and Musser Mm Tclls t the Philippines. Hj? Tbo republicans hnd nil innings K lost Wednesday night In tbo wurd Hj bull) wbou thoy woro roprosontod by Si throe speakers who onohdld his full fti duty by tbo cnuso thoy woro ropro- Kf Bonting, to tho groat satisfaction of i tho lnrgo body of pooplo who woro "Wf out to hoar thorn. Precinct Chairman Alox II. Rollo bad chargo, and Mr. N. II. Taunor was tho first to address tbo assembly. Mr. Taunor said that ho thought bo foro ho got through his tnlk tho assembly would think that tho ro publicnn party is tbo only party, bo- "" causo bo siucoroly bollovod it to bo such. In support of tho statement bo road from a pamphlot or papor a long list of achiovomonts of tho ...

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. — 29 October 1904

sBM 1 it I IN GREAT DISTRESS H VOMITING SPELLS LONG RESIST' ED EVERY EFFORT TO CHECK. 1 Mrs. Drookc Became So Weak She H Thinks She Would Havo Died But For Dr. Williams' Pink Plllc. H Mrs. Sarah L. Brooks, of No. 45 Lin- H coin Park, Chicago, Illinois., gives the M following aocuunl of her euro from dls B trcssing spells of vomiting: M "For llvo yours oil and on 1 was H troatod in vain by different doctor.i B for roltcf from a stomach troublo H which showed Itself In frequent and H trying spoils of vomiting. Part of the H time I was nlilo to work, and ngalu i B would bo confined to bed for threo or B four days In succession. H "My stomach was at times co dell- H cato that It would not retain even H plain water. The spells 'would some H times occur at intervals of hulf au H hour, and would lenvo mo so weak m that I would be compelled to He down H bolWQon them. I woujd havo several H oi them during the night following B a day of such attacks. Finally I bo- B camo so weakened that I ha...

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. — 29 October 1904

jr r'- B9hI j HpHH L. i .a HI S For Cupboard Corner I s i II St Jacobs Oil! J Straight, strone. wra, Is tho best ?. j household remedy for J Rheumatism i Neuralgia Sprains 2 "f" J Lumbago Bruises $ j Bacltacho Soreness i Sciatica Stiffness 8 i i & ! Prico, 25c and 50o. I - W When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. " ".eVo Thompson's Eye Water ARSENIC TO POISON TREES. Simple Matter to Oct Rid of Unwel come Foliage. A gardener discovered the fact re cently that trees are often sent to an untimely death hy poison, usually ar senic. The reason for this docs not appear until ono hears the man's ex planation. Suppose a man has rented a houso which has too much shade, the law will not allow him to have ono or more of the trees cut down without tho consent or tho ownor. Ab It often happens that tenants and landlords hold different views on the subject of shado tho trees remain nB n bono of contention. It Is then that the gardener is called to administer a doso of poison...

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. — 29 October 1904

H H ..ii in iwn - - BBBB1 l((twKHM'MH- BBBB1 H I Iron County Record ;: H X CHARLES G. WILKINSON BBBJ T PUBLIUHER H ESTABLISHED DECEMBEFt, 1893 I it B t ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- B 0PHC6 A8 OECONO CLASS MATTER H OTHERWIBF. STRICTLV FIRST CLASS IIIIH BVH f SUBSCRIPTION $t.SO PER YEAR BBBBi ALWAYS IN ADVANCE BBBb 1 SATURDAY, OCT. 29, 1904. H A URAVB SITUATION. B Jl. Jh a gruvo situation Hint con- BBpB fronts tlio people of Codardty right BBVB now. Wo arc, so to spouk, just ut tho BBVB forks of tho road, mid tho wliolo BBBV future of llio (own hugs in tho lml- BBBB imco. Tho question Unit confronts BBVJ iih la, "Shall luw, order and good BBBB oUizonship triumph, or shall wo glvo BBVJ up to tho lawloBH, Inohrlato olomout BBhM of tho community which la trying to BBVJ sot at naught tho ordlnuucos of tho BBhB city and bnlllo tho olfotts of tho ofll- BBVJ core of tho law when thoy sook to oil' BBBh forco thoin?" BBVJ Thuro 1h moro than tho question of BBBb prohibition involved lu tho p...

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. — 29 October 1904

i Hi I , Application for Patent. M. A. No. a so a. U. K. Land Oillco, Salt Lako City, Utab, Out. 1, 1004. Notice ia horobj' ffircn that tho Ujg if . Fourteen Consolldutod Mining nnd ,!, Milling Co., a Utuh corporation, ji him mmlo application for a U. S. "j ptilont on tho llig Sunllowor, Big ' llonunzi!, Htiekoyo, nnd Cory lodo mining claims, sltunto in Stuto Lino Mining District, Iron County. Utuh, coiiHiKling of 1500, 1-185. G, 1G00, nnd li'Jl.fi lliirmr feet, respectively, of tho nald lodes, togethor with mir- faco ground not oxcoeding 300 foot 1 on each Bldo of tho center of each of j taid claims, boing survey No. 1,957 and described in tho field notes and J plat of tho ofllcial survoy on illo in r tho ollico of tho Register of tho U. "'j S. Lund Ollico lit Salt Lako City, Utah; magnetic variation at all i corners 10 deg. 5 niin. ciibt, as fol- i lows: j Dcgiuulng at coruor No. 1 of tho ij Uig Sunllowor lodo, thonco south 05 i deg. 39 niin. eafet 000 ft. to corner No. 'J of llig...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 October 1904

I f Moonshine. I 1 I mMm S 01' Miss Moon, sho wink her oyo fa H I Whllo she salting' (roo do eky. I i H J wl Bees dom young folks nan' In han' "1 J H flL Strollln' on tho ocean san'; AW & aH VI Hyuh dom tnlkln' foolishness WM ? aH R Vfl I'lko 'twl,s truth nn 'nulUn' lo"' WJ 2 i i vy jcs g n nn ,ct m ijc vs i WMM w' Can't fool ol' Mlfis Moon nn' mc. Z I H & V $ Talkln' 'bout do broken heart " "? H I Cat would como If doy should part 3 WMM I ( Dat same gat was roun" las' year; ' J PH X Hut ncx' summer she'll bo hero, ,& PAPJ & Makln' up bes' sho can f PH ''I k To a different young man. i WMM 1 if Jcs' go on nn' lot 'em be j f J WMM t ( Can't fool ol' Miss Moon nn' mo. K WKM , I Washington Star. "5 I J U J ljtourj& H Sho had swcot eyes. That fact had PH Impressed Itself upon Tom Leslie's PH dulled brain, as ho turned nsldo and PH let tho young lady pass him. Ho knew PH well enough who sho was Tomo & PH Tapes' now typowrlter girl. PH Ho was not Interested In girl...

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. — 29 October 1904

L A I Bar) v t y fV ' J l1 " "yiMnfffli Many women are denied the happiness of children through derangement of the genera tive organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Deau Mns. Pinkium: I suffered with stomach complaint for years. I got so bad that I could not cany my children but live months, then would have a miscarriage. The last timo I became pregnant, my husband got mo to take Lydia E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound. After talcing the first bottle I wa relieved of tho sickness of stomach, and began to feel better in every way. I continued its use and was enabled to carry my baby to maturity. I now have a nice baby girl, and can work bettor than I ever could before. I am liko a now wo man." Mas. Frank Beyer, 22 S. Second St., Moriden, Conn. iL Another case which proves that no other medicine H in the world accomplishes the same results as pr Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. -jgj&b&jl " EAn Mrs. Pinkham : I was married P KiV'H!l ...

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