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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 October 1904

. H OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT f , I ' 1. CEDAR CITY CO-OP. M. M. fe . H DEALERS IN v. " ' The Digest and Best Stocll of General Merchandise In Southern Utah v v , 'f ' Cedar City, Utah, Oct. 16, 1904. .'?' Dear Friend:- ' This is to oall your attention to some espec- ially attractive bargains that we are offering to our H .. I . customers, of whom you are--or should he one. ' H We carry the best grade of Steel Ranges on the mar- ' ket, and sell at from $45 to-$50 each. Can you afford to v H get along with the little, old cook stove 'any longer. . H , - , The weather is getting cold and a f ire i's now in- dispensable to comfort. We have anticipated this con- dition and have on hand an extensive -line 'of Heaters. We H also have stove pipe, elbows and a full assortment of H stove furniture. j Notice , our drop-head sewing machines at $18 to $28. B Our winter supply of shoes is in and we have an ex- cellent stock to choose from. Price the lowest M We are .paying $1.30 for Wheat, the sa...

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. — 5 November 1904

I lgN Couty Record. I Hi V'' "' " Cedar Oty, tar&UuhTsatimbv ri e" iSS7 " iff H I IN INTERESTS OF DEMOCRACY. B Hon. Clias. Adams and James OHorton M of Farowan Talk Politics. H MISREPRESENTATION IS DISAPPROVED. B What Uemocracy Has Done for Utah K HovTaxc3 Should be Apportioned .B Not'OfJke-Seekcrs. IK Tho looal domoorats woro unfortu- ) tmto hi thoir mooting lust Wednesday j night, owing to tho fooling of Borrow B that provndod tho cominnuKty on no- K count of tho death of Miss Ouroliuo IB Dalloy, whoso funoral took plaoo on H tho uftornoon procodiug thoir moot K illff. TllO flifniwlllllPn virna ynr-rr o..,ll f nud it could not full to havo a rathor I doprossitig ofreot on tho gontlomon from Parowan, who had como ovor for f tho purposo of addressing tho nssom I bly. Ilowovor, as tho mooting had boon advortised for that night, thoy I had no ultornulivo but to proceed. Chairman Sbhoppmann cullod tho mooting to order at about 8 o'clock, and aftor explaining tho probablo causo of t...

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. — 5 November 1904

The Bow of Orange Ribbon I H I A ROMANCE OF NEW YOIUK B I By AMELIA E. DAR.R. B 5 Author of "Friend Olivlo.,""!. Thou and th Othar OnCEto. B X Copyright, 1880. by Dodo, Meaa and Company. X M CHAPTER XVI. B For Freedom's Sake. B It was this tlnintlory ntmoaphoro of H coming conflict, or hopes and doubts, B of sundorlng tics and fearful looking B forward, that Richard nnd Kathorlno B Ilydo camo, from tho Idyllic peace and B boauty of tholr' Norfolk house. B It was an oxqulslto April morning B whon they sallod up New York bay B onco more. Jorls took his daughter in B hlB armB, murmuring "Mljn Katrljntjo, B mljn Katrljntjo! Ach, mljn kind, B mljn kind!" H Ho gavo Ilydo both hands; ho B called him "mljn zoon;" ho stooped, B and put tho little lad's arms around m his nock. H Lysbot had always admired Ilydo, M and Bho was vory proud and happy to ' have him In her homo and to. have B him call her ''mother." Tho llttlo fl Jorls took possession of hor heart In B- a moment. B In a few hours th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 November 1904

p ,.-..-- fBBBSBBBBJ BLOOD WILL TELL A THEORY SUPPORTED BV FRESH, CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE. A Recent Instance Proves That a Woman's Happiness Is Largely De pendent on the State of Her Blood.' Whon the blood Is disordered ovory organ of the body is affected unfavor ably und falls to discharge its func tions properly. In the caso of every woman nuluro has niado special pro vision for a periodical purification of tho blood, aud so long as this occurs her health and spirits unfailingly re veal tho beneficial results. So slight a causo as n cold or a nervous shock may produco a suppression of this vital function, and until It is restored she is doomed to misery. Tho remedy that has proved most prompt and effective In nil disorders peculiar to tho female sex Is that which brought such great relief to Miss Mattlo Griggs, of No. 807 Indiana street, Law ronce, Kansas, concerning which sho speaks as follows: "In tho winter of 1902, from somo unknown cause, there was a cessation of functions peculi...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 November 1904

mviiwiiw. . mPwBvHHM----- -- .., --w-- - - lBI'BipFrH 'V " . U . '?imL. . B . a - - . . " "' ' "' ' in r M - ' " - - - ' . "- .. - H S I Iron County Record J : CHARLES S. WILKINSON ; ... PUDLISER ... g a ESTABLISHED DECCMDER, IG03 1 M t x H T EMTERCD AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- t H X oprice as 8EC0H0 clacs matter .j. t OTHCRWlSr. GTRICTLY riKST CLASS 3 -! f SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR T H I ALWAYS IN ADVANCE X B SATURDAY, Nov. 5. 9M- H TO SATISFY GRUDGE. H It in roporlod lu bo tho Intention of H n nunibor of tho momborH of tho ro- H pnbllcuu party in thin precinct to do H nil thoy cnu to defeat tho republican H candidate for county attorney ut tho H coming aloetlon on uccount of H what thoy ura pleased to torm IiIh H uiifnlrnow) ut tho trliil of tho rocont H liquor caso In tlio jiiKtleo'fi court of H thlB H It 1h amusing to boo how fair sonio H pcoplo can ho whon what thoy con- H oolvo to ho fairness will porvo tholr H purpose, und what littlo regard thoy H havo for it whon it would bo ...

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

V r-y I JOKE ON THE JOKER H Illustration of Henry Ward Dcecher's H Excellence at Repartee. H That Honry Ward Benchor was H (pared much ombarrassruent by his H quickness at repartee Is Illustrated H by tho following story: H Ono ovonlng, as bo wnvln IJiq .mhjst. H of an lmpai9Kf!rfl rspnech, somcono H attotnp,Um' to Interrupt lilm by sud- H. don' crowing llko a rooster. It was H . 'dono to porfoctlon; a number of poo- H plo laughed In spite of thomselvcs, H and tho speaker's friends felt that In H a moment tho whole effect of tho moot H Ing, and of Mr. Doo-cher's thrilling ap- H peals, might bo lost. Tho orator, how- H over, was oqual to tho occasion. Ho H Rtoppod, listened till tho crowing H ceased, and thon, with a look of sur- H prise, pulled out his watch. H "Morning already!" ho said; "my H watch is only at ton. But thoro can H bo no mistake about It. Tho Instincts H of tho lowor animals aro Infallible." H Thcro was a roar of laughter. Tho H "lowor animal" In tho gallery col- H ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 November 1904

' ' ' i TT n i-m-mrm . bbb H Miss Agnes Miller, of Chicago, speaks j . 'to young women about dangers of the Menstrual Period how to avoid pain and suffering and remove the cause by using I Lydia E, Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I , "Jo Yopa Women: I suffered for six years with dysmenor- Thea (painful periods), so much so that I dreaded every month, as I know it meant three or four days of intense pain. Tlip doctor said this was duo to an inflamed condition of tho uterino appendages caused by repeated and neglected colds. : x, . "I?iyun? eirls only realized how dangerous it is to take cold at j this critical time, much suirering would bo spared them. Thank God for Lydia E. Pinkhum'H Arcgetallo Compound, that was the only medicine i Avhich holpad mo any. Within three weoks after I started to f take it, I noticed a marked improvement in my general health, and at r ? timp of my next monthly period the pain had diminished consider ably. I kept up tho treatment, and was cured a month later....

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 November 1904

"wb"b"w"""h""""""""bbb""bb"""""bb"""""""b I I Hi inooiceiem. g H jjgj TO TUB GENERAL PUBLIC: &5 M m Dour Friends. 1 tnko pleasure in announcing that I k M Sa nni still doing business nt tlio old stand in Pnrownn, whoro A M M t ninko It a point to kcop n comploto stock of General Mor- '&. H fea cbandiso of Good Quality. j m &3 I do ipt protend to bo giving theso goods away, or to m .ffi? bo seUijaFjfl)olpv cpst ; but I do claim that I am soiling L 8$ tripm thorn ut n rcnsonnblo profit, and as I buy for cash and soil M H i for cash, I do not need to mako you pay for tho bad dobts. 'M H i Soliciting your business, I roinain, Yours truly, M M M WILLIAM IIOLYOAK. M M jE Professional Cards, E. H RYAN H ATTORNEY AT LAW H NOTARY PUBLIC... H Furniture Block, Cedar City. H GEO, b; greenwood H Attorncy-nt-Lav. H General Office and Coart'pnicticc HHl of ail kinds. itiuyi:u H y( P. KNOX, H Attorney-at-Law. HHl Will jiracllco In all Courts of tlie State. M Mi AVER CJTV, UTAH. ...,1'li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 November 1904

mjk: yi IfPfil IB i),v,iy M s HBH I IgQN County Record. I M Vol n- Cedar oTyTlron County, ah, rjday Nov fsTTgOd" "" " "No752 HH HOW THEY DO IT IN IILURD CO. H Part Fillmore Ladies Played In (lie H Hccent lilection. H " H INSTRUCTED HOW TO MARK BALLOTS H BnuqueUn Evening; fur Which Local H'' Candidates Supply The H Swcct-Alcats. H Tho Progrcsfl-Roviow, i)ubIi8liod at H Fillmoro, Mlllnnl comity, prints tbo H following lntorosting hit of election nows, under tho caption, "Wonion to tho Front:" I, "Tuesday was a day long to ho H rotnotnborod in tho nunnls of tho H Indies' politlcnl organization of Fill s' moro. In tho early morning noticos woro to bo soon posted up lu tho HT shops, , post-ofllco, saloon and stores I. of tho town, drawing attention to H tho fact that headquarters for tho ladies' political organization could H, o found at Mrs. IIonry'B storo, and H by two o'clock in tho aftornoon tho fl. principal otroots wero throngod by Hr ludy votors, wending thoir way to tho H placo w...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 November 1904

I f EDUCATIONAL I H BRANCH NORMAL NOTtS. H Tho boating apparatus in llio BBB salonco building was brokon thin week BBB at otio of llio main connections, so BBB ' tho cIhsbcs ustinlly hold tlioro hnd to BBB tnko up qunrtors in tho old building. BBB Wo hopo thtit wo nlmll Imvo only n BBB i fow dnys of tho jamming that lina ro- BB sultod. Tho nocosasry mntorial nnd BBB apparatus has boon Hont for' to put BBB things into shapo again. BBB StudontB' Sooloty has n Thankpglv- BBB ing program in preparation, for Satiir'-' BBB day n'ght. Tlio mootlnga nro to bo BBB hold regularly orory two wookB. BBB Tho boys Imvo .dovolopod two good BBB baseball ninofl and gamps aro played BBB ovory aftornoon. On Wednesday tho girls got tho spirit and had a ganio. BBh BBl Tho athlotio association ' has Bfl plauuod for n ball Friday night. Bfl To accommodate tho district school HBflJ toaohors.and to bring tho Normal in BBI touoh with thorn, n class has boon organised to moot orory Saturday. BBI Tho eubjoot oh...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 November 1904

Hi WW ,,, , - ...!.. St. George and Locality. $ ' 4f ai ai Jt i i ifeLift.ife.jfc.i!. at rJbLJfe i fe a it-- :? kit'ittife Mrs. Susannah Koato waa very ill tho past wook. l ' A voto iti tho ballot box ia worth tbrco in tho imagination. , Slnco election day tho wonthor baa 1 turned decidodly cooler. It frozo Ico Inst Friday. norn To Mrs. Altnu Nolson a girl , on tho 12th Inst. Mothor and babo n ro doing woll and Alum 1b oxtromoly x jubilant. 1 Dr. E. il. Conger bus moved bin placo of buainoaa to tho Pondloton 4 residence, just ono blook wottt from j tho Hub. Tho social auecosa of tho wook wna tho danoo given by tho Woat Ward Kollof Society Inst Friday night. , Ovor Hfty uumbora woro Bold and nil foujoyod tho pnrty. Miss Lotttio McQuarrlo in agent for , tho Young Ladica' Journal in St. A- Ooorgo. All who wish to subscribo 5 should call upon hoc. Tho subscrip ts tion prlco has boon reduced to 81 per E f' year. r . Mrs. J. M. Tanner and dnughtor F" Laura aro bora to apoud tho winter iv ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 November 1904

HIH H I 'Iron County Record jBIJHI f -CHARLES S. WILKINSON Hll f PUBLISHER T HH X C0TABU8MED DECEMBER, 1003 T i EMT6RC0 AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- OFFICE AS SECOND CLA83 MATTER ,i ' OTHERWI9K STRICTLY FIRST CLASS ... H 4. 4 H T SUBSCRIPTION SI.50 PER YEAR V H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H FRIDAY, Nov. H POWERS' CONSISTENT STAND. H In reply to an otlitorinl in the Trl- H Imiiu ooncornlnB tho otiiidlitney of B Judge Powers, in which tho question H 'Vus it worth whiluY" is linked, tho H lonruod Judge in 11 reply of u column H und n Imlf in tho Ilorald, shows that B it cdrtiiinly wus worth his whilo to B iiiukp tho rnco, mid sots fortii his 1 roiiBOns for bollovinu; mid Raying ho, B inlmoh a mannor ns will make nil H v.lio voted for lilm fool proud of tho H foot, tiiid many wlio did not voto for him ostcom him much bigvr than H thoy did boforo. It is to ho ox poo tod H that 40110 who HObks tho hii I'rngus of B thy'pooplo of Utah will at lust pro- m fc33 Homo degroo of tolomnuo for tho 1 dominant rel...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 November 1904

- v H UTAH'S MEANEST ON. Love's Labor Lost, or Why I Did ' Not Go t the Circus. V - TJi liij: itiTulr vu8 to tuko placo in tH a 'ofty boiiio milofl fiom my homo town, but' nil llio bnjn uero going to - too it, until of course among the rest. Jusl how I wua going to rniso tho wht'iuwlth I did not know, but 1 was ' - determined to umbo tho effort of my lifo in Hint direction. About two I ( wooIih bof oio tho long-ad vortisetl show cumo, ono ovoning ne 1 walked homo ,' . ward, driving tho family cow from -the' herd, I whb accosted by a man who UHltcd mo if I would go to tho canyon with him on tho morrow. 1 tho'ught immediately of benra ; and my nnxioiiM desiro to eco them in a cugo utHho circus ovorcamo tho four of Hcolng thorn in tho mouutniiiH, and I gladly consented to "biro out" for tho day. How much would 1 want? ho asked. Thinking of tho price of admission and a litlld to spoud on thl hide, I niiBworcd, "six bite." "All right, " eaid ho, "romo to my hdiiBO nt J o'clock in tlip mo...

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. — 18 November 1904

nan , f - - t - - - - -- m jH " U Cedar City and Vicinity. U H Well, how ln you liko tho paper? H Quit borrowing tho papor mid H stibscribo for it yoursolf. M Charles Foster and 'Alox Macfnrlano H mndo ii trip to Oodnr Oity during tho H And to think that Wuhslngton H county witH tho only onq in tho stato H thnt "stood pntl" H Atra.' Josiso Fostor nccompaniod H Dr. Mtddloton to St. Gcorgo to visit M with rolotivos for u fow days. H Drs. Walto and Do.itehoii, travel- H ing dntlsts and ocouliKts, nra spond- ing a couplo of wooks in St. Ooorge. H Dr. Middlotou huH pont tho grout- H or part or this wook in St. George, H whoro ho had u number of surgical H oporutionA to perform. H Unique Decision. H A Maryland Justice of the poaco In H deciding an action against a ralhoad H company for killing a cow near a road H crossing, decided tho caso In favor H of tho plaintiff for tho reason that H "tho defendant had no sign up at tho H Ono of tho host schomes for pby- H steal culturo for big Hchoo...

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. — 18 November 1904

HHH1HHHMIHHHHHHHHIIHRV7 T.JHBHlMvH p r t hI V HHH f IHI t , 11 I . . --111 II 11 I m. . ., . ,. . , ,. , ..,, t , . . , M "", QinisiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiimmiHiiiil,y wmmmiiummimuuiiiuuiituliutiiim THE PAROWAN STAKE MUTUALS Reports of Associations by the Stake Officers Jones and Bulloch. GENERAL BOARD IS REPRESENTED. JEldcr E. J. Palmer Talks on Word of i Wisdom Mrs. Etfdlngton's Good Advico to Girls. I ' Mutual Improvoniont conferouco of tho Parowun Stuko of Zion was held in tho Codar tnhornaolo lost Suu- I -day. Many of tbo mooting googg il . woro Hiirprlnod to soo tho stand occu- VI piod by tho preaidonoy of tho Mut- M unla, us no notico had boon Riven out 1 , on tho previous Sabbath, owing to V tho local authorities not having boon I " ' uwuro Hint conference) would bo hold BO 80011. I Aftor tho usual oponiug oxorolscs, Counsolor Samuel 11. Jonos of tho ' I stnko prcsidonoy of tho Young Men's fffi associations reported tho condition i of tho associations throughout tho H...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 November 1904

H i m H Application for Patent. H A. No. .l8ffc. H U. S. Lnnd OJIlco, Snlt Liiko Olty, H Utah, Oct. 1, 11)01. B Notico 1h hereby given that tho Dig Fourteen Consul hinted Mining and H trilling Co., u Utah corporation, H- litis nmdo application for a U. S. H jiitont op tho HI,' Sunflower, Uig M Jlonnnzfi, Utickeyo, and Cory lodo H m In In A' olnlins, sittinto In Stnto Lino H Mining District, Iron County, Utah, H consisting of lf00, 1185.0, 1600, fl aid 11!) 1.5 linear foot, respect Ivoly, M of tho euld lodos, togethor with stir- H face ground not o.xeoodlng .'100 toot H on oaoh Bldo of tho contor of each of H paid claims, lioing mirvoy No. 1,057 H and described in tho Hold notos and H jilat nf tho olilolal survey on illo in H tha'olllco of tho Ileglstor of tho U. H S. f.Tintl Olllco at Salt Lako City, H Utnh; magnetic variation at all H oAru'ora 10 dog. 5 niin. oast, as fol- H. Beginning at corner No. 1 of tho H Big Sunflower lodo, tlionco hoiiUi 05 M dog. HO niin. oast 000 ft. to co...

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. — 2 December 1904

' " A flH DilleyM H - IhHHhI I Iron Count Record. . , HHjVfl I Vol- H. " Cedar Gty, Iron County, "Utah, Friday, DQC. 2, 1904. No7l2 hRIhH DESCRIPTION ; OF TOBASCO large Folests, Green Savannas, Beau iiful Birds. IT'S NUMEROUS INSECT PESTS. I Warm, Damp Climate fladc Ucnrablj by Cool Sea Breezes. Industri ous Natives Kindly Disposed. Tho f ollwing intorostlug description of Moxico, with its udvnntngoa and disadvantages, wiia written by Prof. Olulf to tho Provo Enquirer undor date of Nov. 4. Tho communication ifl datod at San Juim, lluutistn, and runB 88 follows: It ia woll that I did not writo tho Jlrst wool:, and still bottor that I did uot writo tho third or fourth mouth, for all that como horo pass through tin 03 mental Btatoa concerning thy country. Tho first impression is vory fnvornble. Ono thinks ho ia in , tho suburbs of tho Garden of Eden, ( if not in tho garden itself. Tho beautiful groou grass, largo forosta with flowora vinos and trees, and clinging messes of ovory descri...

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

' ' ' I' I EDUCATIONAL I H WOODWARD SCWHIL NO I liS. 1 Mrs. WoIjI), instructor of tho fourth H grndo, is out on eccofit of sluknoss H UiIh wook. Mm. A F. Milon in sub- H stitntlng (or lior. H Thanksgiving I'oeps waft xrciitly H enjoyed by both ( Ions aii4 I nplls. m Wo ronow our Ih'm with renewed H zual nnd determination to-miko nvory H day until Ohrutinns count. H A rcoltnl by Prof. John P Monkin H of Salt Liiko will probably hn given H uudor tlio uuspicos of Hid Woodward H next wcok. If tho i-chool bo fortu- H unto enough to soouro such nil artist, H tho publlo will oujoy a niro trent. H Oporotta "Pinafore" wm pot In H motion thin wook. It will bn glvoti H during tho early part of tho holldayH. H And that romluds iih that tho "Morry H MUlcniaidfl" will bo presented again H Friday evening, Decwnbor 10. It 1h H prosumod that nil confcioneo peoplo H will try to got hero 'in tuno to oujoy H this bountiful oporotttiY"' H ' Tho Woodward by tcllrst, las H and all tho' limp for tlV 'Woodw...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 December 1904

I j i h I DELINQUENT TAX LIST ' t Of Iron County, Utah, for the Year 1904. I ! Pnrownn, Utnb, Dccomborl, 1901. Notico ia hereby given that tho following unmod persons dollnqucnt in tho puymont of tboir Stato, County, K Oity und District und Speciul School Taxes In Iron Coun m$ ty, Utnh, for tho year 1001. mj Now, pursuant to sootlon 2G20 of tho Rovisod Statutes Wiii f tho Stato of Utah, proscribing tho duties of tho County KB Trousurors in rotation to tho advertising-of delinquents, Iff und section 2021 of said Statutes, rolatlvo to tho salo of if ' property of said doliuquonts, !1, J. II. Arthur, Treasurer of said Iron County, horoby givo notico that, if tho taxes on tho following dosorlbod proporty bo not soonor paid, I will, by virtuo of my anid oiilco, olfor BufUolont of said doscribod proporty lf for snfo, on tho third Monday in Docombor, at 12 o'- clock, m., nt tho front door of tho .County Court IIouso, I f in Pnrowan City, Iron County, Utah, to pay tho taxes j and costs duo ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 December 1904

- i i ' H Iron County Record B T fl X CHARLES S. .WILKINSON H j ....PUBLISHER.... H ! 1 ESTADLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H X ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- i OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER B 4 ... H I OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS x 1 2 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR H J ALWAYS IN AOVANCE H "H"I"H"H,H'I'4H,4,,fr4Mt"H"H"l'' H Friday Dec. 2, 1904. H OPPORTUNITY. H In claiming tliut tho huccchh wo H nahiovo in lifo doponds to 11 coiiHldor- H ablo extent upon our opportunities, H 170 shall doubtless como in contact H with tbo idoiiH of 11 curtniu class of B pooplo who profoss to boliovo tliut it H lion within tho roach of ovory in- H dlvldunl to curvo out his own curoor, H .mid that it dopoudH ontlroly upon his H dllllgouco and application as to what H measure of huccohh lie wliall havo in H lifo. Thin is a doctrine that In a H .grunt favorito witli what nro known H tut "solf-mado" mon. That in, inon H vrlio liaro risen by what thoy claim H tu havo boon individual elfort, from H conditions of p...

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