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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 January 1905

afll BJHBH I MS2C0UgY RECORav. I y'' 2, " " Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Jan. 6, 1905. V i7c ' KB I FORBIDDEN USE OF I PENSION OFFICE -I Congress Refuses to Permit its Use for I Inaugural Ball. Ms TRIALS OF TUB "NEW MEMBERS." 1 1 1 1 President's Recommendation to Re- l( str'ct Government Publications rmh - and Washington (losslp. rfft Wnshingon, D. 0., Dec. 29. , !S- Wnshingon pooplo Interested hi tbo f f nrrnngomonts for tho innugural colo- . . bratlou to tako plaoo on tho fourth of "" 10t March wJion President Iloosovolt r -, will tnko tho oath of oillco, aro por- i turbed by tho action of Congress iu fft rofusiiig to grant tho uso of tho Pon- jl1 1b01 oillco for tho Inaugural ball. Tho inoidont rovivoa tho dlssntififno- , tlon with which tho District gonorally jprv vIowb tho decisions of Congress ro- J Rordltig its welfare As n mattor of r facfc Washington and Us suburbs aro L fairly woll lookod aftor by tho liouso ip and sonato, and tho governmont of tuo oty is surporio...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 January 1905

Cedar City and Vicinity. Ji H For board or rootna nt ronsonnblo B prlcos, boo John II. Porry. 3-3. BH Dr. Uroon has boon in Salt Lulco HH City for Hovornl days for tho purposo H of talcing tho stato medical oxnmln- H Jnoob Bastian of Washington was B in town yostorday with n load of llvo H Btook belonging to tho district and H Normal schools. H Lamoni Jonos, who has boon suffcr- H ing for Homo timo past with ohronio H rhoumntlsm, soohih to show llttlo if h any improvomont. Pi County Troasuror Arthur nindo full accounting to his successor in H oflloo last Tuosday, making n trip to H tho county soat for tho purpose. L-- no district sohools aro sohcdulod M to roopon noxt Monday. It is llko- ly that tho parents And moro comfort in tho roflootlon than tho ohildron. 1 William Daughorty enmo in from h Statolino this wook, whoro ho had boon doing assosssment work, and ho reports tho outlook at that camp to B be favorable Hon. R. W. Hoyborno has boon busy tho last fow days with tho no- H cou...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 January 1905

Hi J I St. George and Locality. tW . I g s - . .! . v if - ,fc aJi - ik Jb k Ak. l 4ir kAv (W Do you rcmombor to writo it f 1005? ' llr. Robert E. Kuowlton has been quite 111 for povornl days. Several partios wore given during J tbo wook by tho young "sronrt sot. ' t - Dnu Ablbtrora necoropnnlod tbo Alleges Mlnulo, Elllo and Lou Fostor to Oedar Friday. Tbo children'! dauoo last weolc was ! well iwtrotiizod nnd tbo little folka i lulto onnjoyod tho affair. H Thus. D. Rooso of Salt Lnko was ; tbo guest of bia cousin, Miss Clarn j TJoutloy, several days last week. Miss Editb Judd ontortalnod n party of six fjuosts at a lunobcon I Monday night uftor tbo danoo. Auotbor llrst-olufcs danco wna enjoy ed at tbo Hoolh ball Tuesday nigbt by u largo crowd of young pooplo. Mrs. Koato is gradually growing - I weaker. Sbo is ablo to tako but n very little nourishment and endures much pain. i . 1 1 I. I. V Tbo frionds of Mis May Uontloy ' nro plonsod to t-co hor ablo to bo out ! again. Sbo is recov...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 January 1905

H Iron County Record B- IX CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ' ,T ....PU(JUl8tEH.. H ' ili H X ESTAULI3ME0 DECEMBER, I093 fl .' "I EIHERtO AT THE Cr.O. CITY POST- H 4 OFFICr, SKCONO CLASS MATTEft H 0 X OTHf.HAU STRICTLY FIRST CLASS B T 8U03CHIPTI0N $I.BO PER YEAR , ALWAYS IH ADVANCE fl Friday, Juti. 6, 1905. H ALL UNDERPAID. H Z Elsowhoro in this lssuo will bo H ."found n somowhnt lengthy commtini- H cation froui Erastus IS. Dalioy, ono of H Iron coimty'a bright boys, who is H teaching school HiIh wlutor at Pro- H (lonln, Arioznn. Tho artiolo rolatoa H to tho compensation of Kohool ten- B cliorH. Mr. Dalioy has graduated B . from tho normal courno, holds n stato HHj 4 cor ti Ilea to, and is entitled to full HHj r, o rod it for IiIh ouorgy and porsovor HH '- onoo, and an wo huvo already said, is HH u bright young man. H But liko tho rest of tin on this H niuiiduiio sphoro, ho is inclined to H i,00'c at conditions from hia pnrtlcu- H :1m viow-polnt, without fully woigh- B 1 ing tho arguonionttj ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 January 1905

PLEA FOR HIGHER COMPENSATION Normal Graduate Thinks Teachers arc Underpaid. JUDGES SALARIES TOO HIGH. Teachers Alust Keep Clear of South ern Utah Unless They Wnnt to Work for Starvation Wages. Fredonin, Arizonu, Doc. 21, 1001. Wo wntoh .with interest tho col umiiB of tho local pupor, us they aro our main sourco of kuowledgo of afrairn at homo. Anil wo aro cspoo inlly iiloaHcd to lcnru of tho where ahoutu and doings of otir old friondri who aro Bcattorod throughout tho country, whoro thoir dulos and laborH enll thoin. Naturally wo aro iutor cstod In our Eohool friends, teachers, aB woll aa olnBB-niuteB, and noto with plcufltiro any advancing stops in thoir lives. Somo of us, thru ohoico or necessity, havo ventured outside tho hordors of our uativo stuto and aro cousoquontly hoard of loss frequent ly than thoso who roinnin in our homo 1 country. mi. !i -. Al 1 , XI liio wruor, mora tnru cnoico uian nocoBsity, holds tho present position as principal of tho schools here, al though tho l...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 January 1905

H 1 CORRESPONDENCE SSSH H '1 PARAGOONAH H l'urngoouuli, Utnb, Jail, .'f, 1005. M Eliza A. Burton lmH boon Buffering H for Hovornl days from n Imdly bruised H Thoro uro n great many pooplo in B town ut prosont suffering from sovoro H Uutohure J. S. P. Barton and V. H 1 Willlnuison avo koit quito busy H now days slaughtering oattlo and hogs. M Qn tho 20th uf liiBt month a littlo B girl baby camo to tho iionlo of Mr. H and Mra. W. A. Mclirldo. All do- H ing woll. H A. B. Horaloy and T. W, Robb, M who haro boon working in Idaho for K tho past yoar or two, aro horo Hpond- H log holidnyn. f J. J. Jonos, John B. Toplium and B Ohnrlos Jonos, who havo boon frolght- H ing out wost for Bomo timo havo re- H turned homo. m Last Friday tho boyH of Parugoonah took Hldoa on a rabbit hunt for a 1 dauoo. Tho wiimorH killed 270 und H i tho losora secured 210, making a total sssm ..f H Our townsman, James Stones, was m ,; tnkoii down with pnotimonia a fow fl days'Bluoo, but through tho Immodl- M S nto ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 January 1905

H Obituary. K Last Frldny, Doo. HO, St. George H wnH thrown into grief over tlio donth B of Mrs. Aim Eliznboth E. lllako, HE wifo of Honjnmln Blnko. Tlio doo Hf onsod has boon n Bttiroror for sovoral Kt yours from n complication of BorlotiB HE nllrnoutu, nud nlthouRh it wna known B thnt by many slio wnB in n very crit Hj icnl stato of health, until tho past K two wooks no ono imogluod that tho K end was so nonr. K Mrs. Blnko was born in Loiocstor, K England, Fob. 11, 18G1, nud had sho Bg llvod till next Fobrunry, would lmvo H boon but forty-ono yours old. In B hor early girlhood hor family was Wm couvortod to Mormon ism and cntno to BK Utah. Sho bocamo tho wifo of Bon V jaimn Blnko Jan. 20, 1881, nud olov H on childrou woro tho result of tho unl B on. Two children haro dlod; tho IK ldoat son is in Idaho, his wife's ill HE H098 provonting his nttoudauco at tho H fnnornl of his mothor; and n family B of eight is loft to tho euro of tho m fathor. Hi Mrs. Blnko wns in all rospoot.s a H ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 January 1905

H tit .. H M. A. No. 3057. B Application for Patent. H M. S. No. 5, in 5. K U. S. Lniul Ofllco, Salt L-iko Citr, Utah, Nor. 11,1001. M Not loo 1b liorohy givon tlmt llio 1 Johnny Gold Mining mid Milling H J Company has inado application for n 1 U. S. Paloiit on tho Sloopor and tlio M Vandal In lodo mining claims, Stuto- M lino Mining District, Iron County, 1 Utnb, constating of 518 and G21.5 H linear foot, rcsicotiroly, of tlio lodes, H togothor with surfaco ground not H oxcooding .'!00 foot on each sido of M tlio contor of unid claims, bolng survoy B , No. 5, 1115 and doscribod in tlio Hold M l notes and pint of tlio olllclnl survoy M k on lllo in tlio olllco of tlio Kogistur H 4 of tho U. S. Land Olllco at Salt Lnko fl City, Utah; magnotio variation 15 H dcg. '10 min. oast, as follows: H Boglnniug at corner No. 1 of tho M Vnndalla lodo, thonco north 21 deg. B 8 min. cast 021.5 ft. to cornor No. B 2 of Vnndalia lodo; thonco north 88 H dog. 13 min. oaHt 501.2 ft. to cornor K " No. 3...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 January 1905

V 111 DiltoyM TT HH iK 1MB' " aHf I JgN CoETY ., jREgPRD , I Cedar CKy, Iron County, Utah, pridayt jan- 26, 905. "" " " --""- - jj-? H I LIGHT SESSION OF I DISTRICT COURT. All The Cases of any Importance are m Continued for Term. I FEW PROBATE MATTERS DISPOSED OF Judge Joahun dreenwood Occupies I Tlic Dcnch For First Time In Iron County. K Tho district court of tho Fifth 1 Judicial District was in session nt l tho county soat last Monday, with 1. Judgo Joshua Greenwood on tho I bench. Tho following is a brief I summary of tho business transacted : I Tho cbbo of Sumucl II. Lewis vh. J ,a Ezr A. Thompson and James II. H '' White, was continued for tho term. . Hector Grlawuld and V. J. Mo U llurnoy vs. Thomas A. Thorloy, mo- I I tion to ro-tax costs argued and taken under advlsomont. Motion for now I trial taken undor advlsomont, without jjf urguoinont. ( Robert Knoll vs. Albert Taylor, "1 ' "" passod for tho term. f State of Utah vs. Goorgo Oorry, ,. ( caso set for trial on tho first ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 January 1905

H TRIED TO KILL GENERAL. H But Assassin Was Poor Marksman and H Soldier Escaped, H A dispatch from Moscow says: At M tho Nicholas station, Sunday night, M whilo General Trepoff wns bidding M farowcll to Grand Duko Sorglus on his M departure for St. Petersburg, a young H man wearing a student's cap fired H thrco shots from a revolver at tho M general. All tho shots missed General H Trepoff. aranjLDuko Serglup,yffjjtjf B cd on Mils Journ'wv,-- M GcndVal Trorfff', who recently waB H rcllevo.1 of thof oflco of chef of p(j. m llco ofvMoscJW( and or(l0'rcd to th0 B 1ront td '""up his duties as head' 'of' ', Rj thMSB soclot' ,n Manchuria, ! '!yL4jr spcclal cnmty f th stH- m donf,lbscow by tho soverlty -tilth m wh' r put down their domonstra: ttnjML'pcccmbQr 18 and 19, 1904. B4-Irio week In 19Q2 thoro wero TWattempts on his llfo. Tho first M of these, on March 31, was by a womau M named Allart, a governess, who placed H tho muzzle of a pistol against General H Tropoff's breast and pulled th...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 January 1905

QUEER LITTLE SEA MOUSE. Remarkable In the. Lower Branches of Organic Life. .. . . A fow days ago, wuerrthoy brought mo n flno specimen, about four Inches long, of that strango creaturo the sea mouso. dredged from tho sandy bot tom of Loch Ryan, I began to specu Into darkly upon tho significance of tho generic namo Aphrodlta, bestowed upon this lowly lnvertobrato by l.am nrack. For It Is no mouso, but n worm, belonging to tho .class Anno Hdn, animals which, being still In a prlmltlvo Btago of development, enjoy tho envlablo privilege of belng'nblo to roplaco any organ, oven a head, of which they may bo bereft by accldont or assault. 'At first sight no living creaturo Is loss suggestlvo of tho goddess of loVo, its general outllno being that of a gi gantic wood louso ..and Its structuro but an oblong mass of Integument and vlscoro. Yet on second thought, it appears not inappropriately termed Ahprodltn, born of tho sea foam am phros and, if beauty of form bo de nied to it, compensation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 January 1905

;: Iron County Record H CHARLES S. WILKINSON B PU0LI3HER ... H COTAOLISHED DECCMDER, 1003 H CNTEREO AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- H p OFCICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER B .... H 0THERWI8R 8TRICTLY FIRST CLASS H SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YCAR H ALWAYS IN AOVANCS 1 ;tl ' H flfS! SACCHARINE. M v'j th.lross which Stuto -Olioinlst 1 ' 'i r"'foivorctl boforo tho -Salt Lnko H roroaLP ftnj Hatchers' Association H on tli(KTonllf, of j,mry u( ou tho h uhjoftnf iuro nII,i Adaltorntod B" l'OiMlP,tj tho Rpeokor after boiho ro H vr i HiinrkH ftx rolntluti to tho oomparatlvo M fitftftttin of tho Utali mar-koto from H Impure food Ruhstiuicon, eaid: H "Sncoharlno, n substnnco inn do H from conl tar, nud used na n sub- B utttnto for sugnr, is ulBObolng sold M qulto o.xtoiiBlvoly, mid it 1b probable H that stops will bo taken at this souaion H of tho leglfllnturo to have a bill paused H prohibiting Ita snlo in thiB stuto. As H you nro probably awaro, eaooliarino ia H ROO tltnos an awoet iih sugnr. This H little thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 January 1905

1 I iar City and Vicinity. & Mm. Emma Dnughcrty Is out to Statolluo on u professional trip. Hhoriir Froyd wns in uttodauco at district court at l'urownn last Mon- duy. Mr. 11. V. Knoll 1h llttlng up tlio upper part of tlio north sido of L1b IiuhIiicsh block on Main street for a rosldonco. ' Tlio dnuuo which resulted from tho j rabbit hunt took pluco Wodncsday night and is roportod to havo boon a , pleasant affair. !' Attorney ltyau has added another I room to his oillco quarters and is ! hotter prepared than over to attond ito his growing practice !ij Iiiifo iMcConnoll slipped on tho tops of tho Palaco Drug store last j week Friday ovonlng, sororoly wrench- t .lug his back. Ho Is just able to got p around again. ;T Tho infant daughter of Goorgo A. Wood died tho first of tho week, and Mvas buried Tuesday, tho funeral tak- ing plaoo from tho rosldonco of tho , child's paronts. J A number of our citizens woro j smoking cigars at tho oxponso of Judgo W. F. Knox last Monday $, night,...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 January 1905

I ' 1 B mm i i n i i H J Great Supply of Sherry. H I Sufllclont Hlicrry wine to supply tho H world's demand for a quarter of a con- H tury Is said to bo contained In tho H fitorcliouscs of Jaroz do la Frontcrn, In H Spain. TEA M You will find no poor tea "H in packages bearing our "H name. If you find any such, H you know what to do. HBb Tour icrorer return jour money It you don't BBJ Ilka Schilling'! Itmt. H Big Income From Spirits. H ' Tho not profit from Uio Hussion gov- H ernment monopoly In tho salo of H smtrlts last year oxceodod 40,000,000. )' ; TEA M I Wo tell you the truth; B andjnoneybac'k shows it. H Je e yu ic lrutni B afd moneyback shows it. M Your grocer return your money It you don't H Ilk Schilling' licit. H Damage by, Russian Wolves. M Fully 800,000 domestic animals, vol- H uod at $0,000,000, aro annually do- H Toured by tho wolves In Russia. TEAT,;-,- H It is the way to do bust- H ness, it is the way to make H money, it is the way to make H friends, it is the way t...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 January 1905

f ' ) t "iWii 'tT raBBBBK WW QIIFFFRFfl FROM CATARRH OF LUNGS H OUrrLnCLF so common in winter, m CURED BY PE-RU-NA. if teiiwl if Ml&mM(f I A PLAIN TALK I On a Plain Subject In Plain I Language. 1 Tho coming winter will causo at least one-half of tho women to have catarrh, colds, coughs, pneumonia or consump- I tion. Thousands of women will lose I their lives and tens of tliousands will V KFFP acquire some chronic ail- gtl rem i ii a ,ncnfc from which they Eg FERUNA will never recover. If IN THE Unless you take tho pf HOUSE necessary precautions, the H I chances are that you (who MR read this) will 'bo ono of the unfortu- Kj nate ones. Little or no risk need be 'ft run if Peruna Is kept in tho house and Ju at the first appearance of any symptom K of catarrh taken as directed ton tho R bottle. H Peruna is a safeguard, a preventative, Lv a specific, a cure for all cases of catarrh, y acute and chronic, coughs, colds, con 'i ' ' Sumption, etc For free medical advice, address TJr. S....

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 20 January 1905

f I1 I V i " M"w" M. A. No. 30G7. I ' Application for Patent. I m. s. No. r,,i :),-.. B U. S. Lund Oilloo, Salt Lnko City, Utnli, Nov. 11,1001. H Notlco is lioroby given that tlio H Johnny Gold Mining and Milling H Company lias mndo application for a H U. S. Patent on tlio Sloopor and tho H Vandalia lodo mining claims, Stato H ( lino Mining District, Iron County, H ' Utah, consisting of 518 and 021.5 m ltnoar foot, rospootlvoly, of tho lodos, togothor with surfaco ground not M oxcooding 300 foct on each sldo of tlio contor of said claims, boltig stirvoy M No. 5, 1H5 and dosoribod lit tho Hold M notes and plat of tho oflioial mirvoy M on fllo in tho oillco of tho Register H of tho U. S. Land Olilco at Salt Lako CitvvUtah; magnetic variation 15 B dc?' 10 min. oast, as follows: B laglnnlng at corner No. 1 of tho M Vv"lillii lodo, thonco north 21 deg. B 8 liln. oast 021.5 ft. to corner No. B 2 oj Vandalia lodo; thonco north 88 H deg. 13 min. oast 501.2 ft. to ooruor Vij No, H of Vandali...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 January 1905

Hf " $ n " Mir' H I Iron County Record. I H, Vol.12. , . Cedar G'ty, Iron Comity, Utah, Friday, Jan. 27, 1905. No. 8 H K . .. . . .. - jl I AT THE SEAT I OF GOVERNMENT H ' Senator Mitchell's Protestations of In H nocence in Senate. ' Jilli RESIGNATION OF MR. BRISTOW. B Mr. Cortclyou to be Postmaster Oeti- K cral Legislation Pending to Re- Hj duco Postage Kates. K Washington, D. 0., Jnu. 10. Ono of tho most dramatic occurrences la K tho history of tho United Stated Son I ato watf witnessed this wook whnu an ugod and broken scuntor, Mltcholl of Oregon stood boforo his poors pro "" testing his innoccuco of brlbory and V corruption in tho land fraud case. Tho Sonator was not on trial boforo , tho Sonnto. It is puroly a jndluial quostlon n question to bo dooidod, not by a legislativo body, but by tho courts; and Sonator Mitchell's do fonso in its lust analysis,, was littlo i' ruoro than a protestation of his in- 7" noconco oaruost and pitiful enough, '' but not convincing or oxoluslro ox...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 January 1905

H Sticking to the Old Plan. H Although It la said that old and H flirty pnpor monoy may bo cleaned up H by boiling, most pcoplo will probably H (adhoro to tho good old way, tho aim- H ;plo plan of burning It tho samo way H Ithoy do any other kind. Indlanapoll0 H -Nowb. TEA M Do you think all tea is fl alike? H Do you think all tea is M alike? H Ynur grocer returna jour money l( 7011 don't H ' Ilka Schilling' Hot. 1 Locksmith's Ingenious Invention. H An ingenious lock has 4ho.;keyholo H (In tho knob, or handle, of Uio door. M Tho mechanism of tho lock Is so con- H 'structcd that n person on tho insido H !of tho door can, by turning tho knob H jln one direction, lock tho door so that H )lt .cannot bo opened, oven by a koy, on H tho outside, By turning tho knob In H Itho opposlto direction, tho door is H '(lockcd, but can be oponed on tho out- H Bldo by tho uso of a key designed to H nt tho lock. TEA H You can spoil good tea by H boiling, you can't make bad H tea good. In every package...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 January 1905

CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA. T--'rTSSSSSS.Sssir,s.sasssa La Grippe is Epldomlo Catarrh. IT spares no class or nationality. Tho cultured and tho ignorant, tho aris tocrat and tho pauper, tho masses and tho classes arc alilco subject to la grippe. None aro exempt all arp liable. Grip is woll named. Tho original French term, la grippe, has been short ened by tho busy American to read "grip." , Without intending to do so, a new ' 'word lias been colnod that exactly 1 'describes tho case. As if some hideous l (plant with awful grip had clutched us j .in its fatal clasp. i " Men, women, children, whole towns 1 land cities arc caught in tho baneful 'grip ot a terriblo monster. Ilavo you the grip? Or, rather, has 'the grip got you? If Bo,.read tho fol lowing letters. j k---Jlie60e'bthir6WaISptnik for thum-C-'' selves as to tho efllcacy of Teruna In ill coses of la grippe or its utter-effects: A Southern Judge Cured. i Judge Horatio J. Qoss, Ilartwell, Ga., writes: 'Somo flvo or ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 January 1905

H :: Iron County Record ' j , H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ....PUBLISHER-.' H X- H t ESTABLISHED DECEMBER. 1803 H CIITCRtOAT THE CEDAR CITY POST. H OFFICE A8 6EC0N0 CLASS MATTER , Jr & OTMERVVISR STRICTLY FIRST CLASS :: H ; ; suBScmPTioN $i.so per year f ALWAYS III ADVANCE B Priday. Jan. 27, 1905. B A PAIR PROPOSITION. H Tho testimony of Senator Smoot bo- H foro tho somite connnlttoo mnkos very H lutorentlng road lug, but tho hondlinos H of somo of tho tfolly papors taken In H connection, throw somo grotesque H ilguros on tho wall af common sonso. 1 It nppenrs to bo tho id en of somo of H tho liuiidllno toribos thnt a man who would presume to bollovo that Uod H lias n right to bo oboyod In profcronco to mou, 1h n bud oitizan. A sonti- B mont lllco this coming ovon from mon H w.ho do not bollovo tho solpturros, or 1. ovon in tho oxistenco of 11 Uod, 1h B not in tho host of form' or nenso; but B whon Christians ondorso nnd sustain such viows inconsistency sooms to bo 1 outdone. Senato...

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