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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 January 1905

t I Jft Cedar City and Vicinity. 8 Assessor Iiicknrds wna out on tho dosort last wook assessing trntiBciont snoop liordH. Allort Taylor 1ms started by team to I'mb Vegns iu senroh of employ mont, and may possibly join 3Ir. Mo Donald fn tbo drug business. A number of other Codaritos aro talking of going to tho now placo. Wo lonrn that thoro is a forco of mon nt work on tho proportioa of J. It. Itickards at Sand Springs, and that Mr. Itickards is to meet ensorn capitalists tomorrow, who aro coming to look at tho Bullion Canyon pro perty. Wo havo boon having somo real munmor woathor in Cedar this week. Tho early fartnors havo already sown part of thoir early 'spring grain. ItobliiB aro duo any old time, and if v tills wcathor continues many days tho honoy-boos and grass-hoppers will n bo going somo. .Joseph II. Armstrong was down town Wednesday for tho ilrst timo tliis year, having beoti kopt in doors with n longthy Hiogo of in grlppo. Al though our roportor has been raking tho town ov...

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 January 1905

LB iii i UTAH STATE NEWS. BJ Smallpox has again mado its appear BJ hnco In Park City, BJ Ex-Oovornor Hobcr M. Wolln haB BJ uocn chosen president of tho Salt Lako BJ (Commercial club. BJ Tho Independent Tolcphono com BJ jinny has mado application for a fran B cblso In Park City. BJ J. E. Johnson was struck by a Rio BJ Grando train near Deck's Hot Springs, Bj and Instnntly killed. Bj' Tho hotel men of Salt Lako City BJ , havo organized for mutual benefit, BJ Buch ns maintenance of rates, otc. BJ Professional musicians of Salt Lako BJ City aro organizing an association, BJ looking to protection against non-pro- H fnaalnTinla BJ Tho Lognn sugar factory has com BJ pleted its run for this yenr, aftor hnv- BJ jog worked up approximately 60,000 BJ tons of beets. BJ Frank Connors and two other prls Bj oners In tho Park City jail mado their BJ oscapo by digging a holo in tho rear BJ wall of tho Jail. Bj , Clifford Wilkinson and Henry Bow- BJ filch, Salt Lako lads, each sustained a BH broken l...

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 January 1905

I A GREATSUFFERER LAY HELPLESS AND SPEE0HLES8 TOR H0UE8 AT A TIME. Sinking Spell, llenilnrhea, Itlieumntlatru AH Cnuncd by 1'onr Wood Cured by L Dr. AVllllninn' l'lnk I'UU. Whon Mrs. Willlnms was oskod for eorao dotnilH of tho fcurful illuoss from hlch Bho had so long suffered, she- spoko as follows : "Ever siuco I had nervous protratlon, about tbirteon years ago, I havo had periodical spoils of complete exhaustion. Any excitement or uuusual activity would throw mo into a state of lifoless moss. At tho beginning my strength would como back in a moderate timo, "but tho period of weakness kept length ening until at last I would Ho helpless as many as thrco hours at a stretch." "You were under medical treatment, of conrso?' "Yos, whon I b6camo so bad that 1 had to givo up my bousowork, in May oi 1903, I was being treated for kidney trouble, and later tho doctor thought my difllcultics camo from chango of life. 1 was not only weak, but I had dizzy foolings, palpitation of tho heart, mis...

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. — 27 January 1905

8 BIG CLEARANCE SALE! H Si Sweeping Keductions in Prices. 5 si IS H in? We take pleasure in announcing that we are if) H now established in our new building on First West arj H U Street; and in a few days will be all arranged and iU til betfer prepared than ever before to look after our SJ H f) growing business. As many of our customers are If) H 2?f aware it is our rule never to carry goods beyond the j H ( season they are intended for, and as our removal has $ H brqught a quantity of odds and ends to light that $ H 2 must, be set moving, we are making sweeping re- If) H jK: ductions in many lines in order to make room for jjffi H S our large stock of new goods which are shortly ,to S H jjj arrive. The following represent a few of the bar- 1$ H f)J gains we are offering, which will not last long at f) B . & the figures quoted: f H fl Ladies' Hats. Ladies' Skirts. f) M f Worth. , SnloPrlco. or"x Sale Price. ( H f) 80.00 - - SI. GO 'W-00 M.00 gf) , (JS 3.00 . - i.r,o .- ,,0 '4co ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 February 1905

I jRON GOUNTJ RECORD, ' R Vo1- 2 Cedar CUy, Iron County, Utah, Jfoy, Feb. 10, 1905, NoTJO I I MORE TALK OF I ELECTRIC LIGHTS m J. W. Clark, Manager of Milford flaat, 2 Wants Information. 1 CONSIDERING BOTH WATER & STEAM. H ' Prospects for Installing of Plant Seem K Encouraging, as Cedar is Bct- H tcr Field than Milford. Mr. J. V. Glnrk, propriotor and K manager of tbo Milford Electric m Lighting plant, has written n lottor flt , of enquiry to tho oity council asking I for information in rolation to tho I fuoilitioa for putting iu an oleotrio lighting Plant iu this oity. Tho I gontlotnau mado special enquiry in roaltlon to wntor power and tho prlcu , ' of conl. It is quito likoly that j nnothor frnuchiso will bo asked for, ; and if it is, tho probabilities aro that 1 this timo somothiug will bo douo, ' as Mr. Olark is familiar with just what outlay is likoly to bo roquired, and what may bo oxpoctd in tho way , of profits. Oodnr certainly ought to bo aa good n Hold for such an ont...

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. — 10 February 1905

H i UTAH STATUS HEWS. m Roy Curtis, a woll known young man of Sprlngvlllo, was killed by n B Mast wlillo working at Tins Vegas, m Nevada. M Salt Inko RconiH to bo suffering from M an influx of undesirable clinructcrH, M hold-ups and robberies being, a .nightly M occurrence H An epidemic of measles 'Is raging in H Salt Lako City, twenty-throo cases be- B lng rcorted in two days the latter H part of last week. H A street car Hue is to be constructed H during this season by the Ogdcn Rapid B Transit company to tlio sanitarium at fl the moutb of Ogdeu canyon. H Tho artificial stono factory at l.elil H Junction Is turning out an uverago or M 2,000 blocks per day. Thcso are M shipped south as fust as mamifactured. H Lucy Bigolow Young, sixth wife of M tho lato President Drlgham Young, fl died nt her homo in Salt Lnko City on H tho 3rd, of pneumonia, after a two m weeks' illness. M A. L. Johnson of Salt Lalto City, H resident agent of tho Homlngton Typo- H writor company, Is said to bo sho...

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. — 10 February 1905

One Advantage Women Have. "Did you over stop to consider what an advantago poor downtrodden wom en have ovor men when It comes to a place ot resldenco?" aBked tho philos opher of tho suffrage advocate. "No, of course not. Well, when a man wants to claim a legal residence any where ho's got to do a wholo lot of things beforo ho can do so, Ho's got I to live in the stato a year or so, in the county six months and tho elec tion district in which ho expects to vote thirty dayB, I think. Now, what docs a woman do? Walks Into a ho tol or boarding house, plumps her satchel down, and she's at homo. You may lnugh, but It's a fact." In Winter Use Alton's Foot-Easo. A powdor. Your foot foci uncornfort ablc, norvous and ofton cold and dntup. If you havo sweating, soro foot or tight shoc3, try Alloa's Foot-Easo. Sold by all druggists and shoo storos, !!T cents. Sntnpl6 sent froo. Address Alloa S. Dlmstod, Lo Hoy, N. Y. 1 Knew Value of Humanity. 1 When tho Empress Catherine ' founded tho Moscow 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. — 10 February 1905

w :: Iron County Record H H .. CHARLES S. WILKINSON M PUBLISHER ... 1 t44444a.44444)444a ( H $ ESTAGLISHED DECEMBER. 1003 H H ENTERED AT TMH CEDAR CITY POST' H OFFICE AS SECOND CIAQ8 MATTER H t B OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLA83 H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR f ALWAYS IN AOVANC& I H I:riday, Feb. 10, 1905. H .-11 n minMI-i B (10VERNA1ENT VS. TRUSTS. H Great nsliafuctioii Is folt liy people H of all classes of political faith ovor H tho victory that Attorney General Moody has piiuod ovor tho Hoof trust, H in tho United Stntcn court, whoroiu B thoy upheld tho validity of tho in H junction ituuod ty Jiul(?o Grownup of Chicago, lostraluiitj; Swift it" Oom- pany and tho other compaulca com- uohIuu; tho (rent hoof truet from 111- H orally combining to restrict ootupoti B tiou in tho purolmao of livo Btock nod H tho sulo of drcsoKd hoof. It was H proven to Judgo UroFsoup'H court that H tho combination sot tho price of livo H Atock, turd also tho prico of dressed H boof, mid that, by ollmi...

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. — 10 February 1905

i- ... I ST. GEORGE LOCALS. j Will Wobb lolt Inst Prltluy for tho h (pixi'o: !' 'Mrs; Mtludo MoQunrrio is still ulto ill. Mr. Forsyth is spending tho week ' Hi St.- Georgo. " '' I . ' i Mrs. Lottio Cox is now buliovod to bo out'ot1 danger. W On account of tbo stormy wonthor Friday tboro wns no dunco. I Miss Tliorcssa Cannon is ublo to bo f out ngaln nftor sovoral duys illness. sr - ' Andrew h Urcgorson was in town ' sovoral days tiring tbo wcok. i . . i i. I. ii ( Mrs. Nellie Uurgcss is roportod , much bettor, though still in very ; poor boultb. t Tboro was no Sunday School ollic ors' meeting lust Thursday night on . account of tbo storm. , 41 ' t Miss Lottio McQunlrro has boon ' j piito slok with symptoms of nppohd i ,J icitis, but is improving. , , 'i Lewis Cannon is. disposing of bis I J ' proporty boro with tbo iutottou of ' 'Kt moving to Floldiug, Jdnho. . Wcntbor forecast for tho wook If it doosu't get cold onough to snow, it may olthor rain or clear up. v , Some thoughtful pu...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 February 1905

PT 'iflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflj Hj AN OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE. H An Ohio Fruit Raiser, 78 Years Old, H Cured of a Terrible Case After Ten Years of Suffering. HHH Sidney Justus, fruit dealor, of Men- HHfl tor, Ohio, says: "I was curod by Douii'h HHfl Kldnoy Pills of u severe case of kid- HHH ,.-, noy trouble, of HHH &!$MW y,a'H' standing. l XJIrSjfljiSf ' Hllfrred the H J ' fTi wm. severe B mM I'ncKnclio nud H n?MKV- "lw other pains In B I lY i I P'-'clally sevci'o H ' when stooping H siiinkv ju8tuh. to lift anything, anil often I could hardly straighten H my back. Tlin aching was bad in the H daytime, but Just us bad at night, and 1 1 was always lumo In the morning. I was bothurod with rheumatic pains H and dropslrnl swolllng of tho feet. Thu H urinary pastngeH worn painful, and tho Q Bocrotlous wero discolored and so freo fl that ofton 1 had to rise nt night. I H felt tired all day. Half a box served H to relievo mo, and three boxes effected H a permanent c...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 February 1905

I BISHOP OWES HEALTH I ANDJLIFE TO PERUNA. jfl Ministers of All Denominations ,)fpJ!j!llj.. -S Join In Recommending j AJi W . Vj$jfo W Pc-ru-na to the ' JSr ':! , "8j II r HJ 5j o o '( jWtfffjKlfl ' j aHpjHHHH'BHattpHHMpjJ tnlne'd a strong confidence and friend VtT .V Hliip lor Peruna. f ?C7jO V fj ZFV They have discovered by personal cx fr, yjjonur L..t.MLOUr. gf perienco that Peruna does all that is " """ "" claimed for it. ' Tho Bishop's Strong Tribute to Po-ru-na. l 1 ! L. H. iralsoy, Bishop C. M. 13. Clmrcb, Atlanta, Ga,, writes: '! I !' "I have found Peruna to bo a great remedy for catarrh. have suffered I ' ', with this terrible disease for more than twenty years, until since I have ; 1 !' been using Peruna, which has relieved mo of tho trouble. 1 I 1 1 "I havo tried many remedies and spent a great deal of hard-earned i il I money for them, but I found nothing so effectual In the cure of catarrh as j , if 1) the great medicine, Peruna. ', it ', "I feel sure that Peruna Is not...

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. — 10 February 1905

bbbbt lt -4 - V H pAIUInVA H : JOHN T. MITCHELL' PROPRIITOR Acnmploto assortment of Pnro ;;; HH ; ' Drugs, Proprietary Mcdicinos, ;: H v : Toilot ArtloloB, Porfumory mid ;; B : Jowolry. Everything fresh nud ; ;; clonii. B ': Doctors' prescriptions will ;:; H i rccolvo caroful nttontlon. i 1 PAROWAN UTAH. ; M State Land Notice. M Unitod Stntos Lttnd Olllco, Salt 1 Luko Olty, Utah, Doc. ID, 1001. H To Wliom it Mny Ooncorn : B Notico is horoby given tlint tho H Stnto of Utah has filed in this olllco B IIbIs of laudB selected by tho Biild B Stnto undor sootlou 12 ot t)io,uct of Congress approved July 10, 1801. h Tho following tracts ombrncod In B Bald lists are in townships containing fl inlnoml alnima of rocord, viz: H BEH NV!.i Sco. 23; lot 22, Soo. 1 11, Tp. 38 S., 11. 11 W., ombraccd B la list (VI, Normal School. H SWtf SEX 5 ElA SV.,' ; lot 2, 1 Soo. 7, Tp. 35 S., II. 12 W., and lot 1 ' 17, Soo. 30, Tp. 30 S., R. 10 W., ombrncod in list No. 58, Deaf and B. Dumb Asylum. Copies of Ba...

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. — 3 March 1905

I ' H I JRQN County Record. I I V1- ,2- r. Cedar City, Iron County, Utoh? Frida'y, Mar. 3 tJ0 " "-"---- "' ' ni ' I I I). S. SENATE I GETTING BUSY Must Rush Matters to Get Through Be- fore Ene of Short Session. I LARGE APPROPRIATION BILL TO SIFT. Measures to lncreaso Salary of Prcsl H dent, One of Which Also Pro H vldcs Pension. . I Jis&on' D Fcb 23, loor, I .j3jPGjSually tl coeo toward tho I jjl' t'10 abort seralon of Congress H $!$$' Senate is oonfrontod with an amonnt 0f worj opparontly boyond itacapaoity. It will doubtless got S 'through with it In somo form or othor If it hna to hurry through n thiug which ..OJJBfltorflofd suya n goutlomau ought p,tfi&r to do. Tbo Souate, how- ovor, does not olaim to bo n goutlo H man. And sinco it has not boon do- ing ono thing aftor another tho only Jogltltnnto way to dispatoh work, it will rush, push nnd hurry it through during tho coming days nnd nights H 4 until tho fourth of March. Four or I ilvo largo appropriation bills that U s...

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. — 3 March 1905

I UTAH STATE NEWS. H Coalvillo 1b to haVo a national bank H -with a capital Rtock of 5,000. H John Hobcrtnoii wns thrown from H Jils buggy near Salt Lake City, sub H mining injuries whlcli proved fatal. BJ" Tho old folks of Alpine wore given Bj their annual outing and festival day BJ on Wcdncsdny Washington's birth' Bj day. BJ Thp people of Morgan havo decided BJ to perfect a permanent farmem' instl BJ tutu organization nnd to hold instl- BJ lutes at least onco a yonr. BJ For Insulting two girls nt Murray, BJ Chris Johnson was lined ?f0 and son- BJ tf need to thirty days in jail, and Chan BJ l'laco was given a fine of $20. H Mrs. William Wolls of Illclillcld, one BJ of I ho earliest Bottlers of that town, Is BJ dead. Mrs. Wells had been a resident BJ of IUchlleld for over thirty years. BJ Itcprcsentntlves of tho Salt Lake and BJ Los Angeles rommorclal clubs are BJ laying plans for a grand celebration BJ of tho opening of tho Salt Lake road. BJ Itcprcschtativo Hono wants tha BJ terms...

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. — 3 March 1905

H I I IT IS IIJE BLOOD I Neither Liniments nor Ointments Will Reach Rheumatism How Mr. Stephenson Was Cured. Pcoplo with iiiflHinca and nchiug M joints, or painful muscles ; pcoplo who shuffle about with tho aid of a enno or u M crutch nnd cry, Oh I nt every Blight jar, aro constantly nsking,"Whut is tho bost thing for rheumatism?" To attempt to euro rheumatism bv ox- tornal applications is a foolish wusto of timo. Tho seat of tho discaso is in tho blood, and whilo tho sufforcr is rubbing, lotions and grcaso ou tho skin the poison In tho circulation is increasing. Dolayniu adopting a seusi bio treatment aro dangorous because rheunintimu muy at any momont reach the heart and prove fatal. Tho only snfo course for rheumatic sufferers Is to get tho best possible blood I romedy at onco. I Mr. Stephenson's experience with this obstinate nnd distressing afilietiou is 1 that of hundreds. He says: I "About a year ago 1 was attacked by 1 severe rhoumatif pains in in.v left I shoulder. Tlio pu...

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. — 3 March 1905

H Iron County Record ' HH CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ....PUBLISHER... a ,-, , H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- H OFFICE AS SECONO CLA8S MATTER OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS BsBaBaV a '..., ' RRRRRRR fl - ' ' SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR RRSBBBBBBJ H . ALWAYS IN ADVANCE B I'ridny, Mar. 3, 1905. H WATER TAXES. H Tlio city ofllcorH nro inulciug nn H nirort to colloct tho back taxes for tlio H ubo of 'water in 1001, and consider- H nblo kicking is boing dono by parties H that did not, pay thoir tuxes luBt year, H and who ilud that uot only nro tho H counoll doterrainod on collecting H thorn, but that thoro 1h fifty conts nd- H clltioiinl charged for tho troublo of H collecting, which certainly will not H Ikj 111110I1 nioro than it costs. Thoro B is no quostion but that It la difficult H for eomo of our oitlzons to rnlso H monoy with which to pay tuxeu, and H fn cases whoro tho parties nro really H hoi able tho council have some dls- B orotlonary power in rolatl...

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. — 3 March 1905

I! CORRESPONDENCE jPINTO a " Pinto, Fob. 22 100. I Wo hnvo had quito a bit of storm V , of Into and it la very cloudy at proa- out. i Mr. nnd Mrs. Orlando Ilrnokou of Pino Valloy passod througb Pinto on routo to Godar city. j Frank Snow of Pino Valloy was hero Sunday as n homo missionary and gnvo somo Tory good talk. Frod Harrison baa roturuod homo. Up has boon laboring for Uranvlllo ;' Paco of Harmony. Mrs. May Cox returned to hor homo in Lohi last wook. Wo have enjoyed bor visit immensely. Tho Pinto Dramatic company will play tho drama "Woman's Honor" next Haturday oveulug. Thoy Intend ed having it on Washington's birth day, but wore prevented through tho nbsouoo of aomo of tho oharaotors. John Tullls returned last evening lyivlng wont to Shorn on a Hying trip, . and of courso tho roads woro so bad ho doomed it advisable to return by way of Leeds. Whon ho roachod thoro ho had to wait for his wings to got Btrongor boforo pursuing his journoy. Novor mind, John, thoro nro somo. "Stir...

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. — 3 March 1905

bbbbI H ' . H COULD NT Llf'T VEN POUNDS. H Ooan' Kidney Pills Brought Strength H snd Health to tho Sufferer, Ma B king Him Feel Twenty-five H Years Younger. H J. D. Corton, farmer and lumber H - ,nnn- ot DoPI0 LbbbbI r&&i N" C" sayn: 'r LbbbbI if 3rt n u ft b r o d for LbbbbI I film ilM IbbbbWI yearn with my LaB JimciSW buc,c" II wa9 LbbbbI IMMfnil so bmI thnt ' H 'luHMlil. couId not wulk LH jIViVvCiFEai any (II stun co H jjMlSKfrt uor ovcn rItl0 '" sH V'WtW Wf ' not ijciiovo i H ' wP' couid havo H a ' r a I n o d ton m ,. OOKTOK ,, ,, II n (1 B of H wolght from tho ground, tho pain was H uo Hovore. Thin was my condition H when I began tiding Dorm's Kidney H Fills. They aulckly relieved mo and K flow I am never troubled as I was. H JVly buck Is strong and I cun wulk or H rldo u long distance and feel just as H strong as I did twenty-five years ago. H 'I think so much ot Doan's Kidney H ( Pills that I hnvo given n supply or the H ' romedy to some of my neighbors and 1 they ha...

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. — 3 March 1905

I 7 I pgCASTORIft B tawiu B For Infants and Children. I fSTBSPf The Kind You Have ,B AStffctablcPrcpntnllonrorAs- m sMlalinglhcFoodnndRcgula- M , g m UnglhcSlomaclisandBowjIsof m TJflapS tlL6 Jr B ncssandltest.Containsneillier m .-.-P rL A a IT m Opium.Mbrphinc norllincrol. m 01 M l jJT H WOT "NAR.G OTIC. " MiWlP K jiKveafoMJir&wuELmaan H AUJtntut fl 1U n ,B Rk.lU.Uu- I jffl JO I M tfB stnitcSl 1 HA Uttl 111 H Jtffrmml j ,W til I HI B i&rtnJeB5-, I 'nil lis H (tjiMr I '38 L 4 v !aH ill a 11 Alt fll i J" S Apcifccl Remedy for ConsUpn J I i V UOU H Hon, Sour Stomach, Didrrlioca if I Ifcj H Worms,Conmlsions,Fcverjsh- ll Jfr . ft tin ft H nessandLoss of Sleep, jy rUF UVUl H Facsimile Signature of H I S. I Thirty Years I LTpKSHlpMft-rfgiM B I EXACT COPY or WRABPEH. B H 1"1 M. I 1.1 I H IH H THI OINTAUK aOMMNT, NtW VOHK OtTV. eH IVHHHHHHHHMHiHHHBiHHHHiliHHiHaHBaHHnMnnHiHMBi I SEEOS POULTRY SUPPLIES m FREE ILLUSTRATED OATALOQUE THE LEE PIONEER SEED CO. H DENVER. COLORADO I HOWARO E...

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. — 3 March 1905

BBH " JP I .... BBf ' H PAROWAN DRUG STORE fl JOHH T. MITCHELL PROPRItTOH H A comploto assortment of Furo ; H ;;' Drugs, Proprietary .Medicines, ; M ;': Toilet ArticloB, Perfumery and ;, B ii Jewelry. Everything fresh and j;j .; clean. , : Doctora' prcBcrlptlons will ;:; j: rccolvo cnroful nttontion. H i! PAROWAN - UTAH, ii; BiHBflH H State Land Notice. H United Stntoa Lnnd Ofllco, Salt H Lake Olty, Utah, January 0, ,1005. B v To Whom it May Concern : fl Notlco is horoby glvou thnt tho f Stnto of Utah has filed In this ofllco B lista of lnndfl Bolcotod by tho said B fltnto under section 12 of tho Act of B Congress npprovod July 10, 1804, HHJ Tho following tracts ombrncod In said B lists aro in townships containing B mineral olnlniB of record, viz: H Lota 24, 25 and 2G, boo. .'11, T. 30 H BM R- 10 W.f and EM NEJ and' H EH BEX boo. 25, T. HO S., Ii. 11 M W.,. ombrncod In list No. 58, Insuno BHl Asylum. H EH BEX 8oo. 23; nud E H NEW boo 2G, T. 38 S., E. 10 W., B ombrncod in list No. 33...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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