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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 3 March 1905

1 I PAROWAN DRUG STORE H JOHN T. MITCHELL PROPnlHTOn H Aconiploto nseortmont of Puro ;;j H ; Drugs, Proprietary .ModiolnoB, ;;; B ;: Tollot Artlolos, Porfumory and ; ;;: Jowolry. Everything fresh mid ;. 1 H 5: olenn. H : UoctorH' proscriptions will 5 ;:j rocolvo careful nttontlon. LH I. : B ;:; PAROWAN UTAH. ;.; H State Land Notice. H United Stntos Land Offlco, Salt H Lnku Olty, Utnh, January 0, .1005. 1 v To Whom it May Goncorn : B Notlco is horoby given thnt tho B Stato of Utnh has fllod In this oflleo lisUi of lands soloctod by tho Bald B Btnto undor Bootlon 12 of tho Aot of B OongroBS approved July 1G, 1804, Tho following tracts oinbrncod in snid H lists nro in townships containing H inlnarnl claims of record, viz: H Lots 21, 25 and 20, boo. .11, T. .10 1 S., IL 10 W., and TA NEK nnd' 1 Esi SEtf boo. 25, T. .10 S., It. 11 H , W.,. ombrncod in list No. 58, Insano H Asylum, M EK BBH boo. 2.1; and E H NE boo 20, T. .18 S., R. 10 W., H ombrncod in list No. .13, Minora' B 4 Copies 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. — 10 March 1905

t HflflBflfltt v --i flflBflflflBJ BBBBflflfl I i Iron Couwty Record. Ji VoiTjiT ' Cedar Oty, Iron CounUtah Friday Mar. JO, J905. No7)4 BBb9 I BRIGHT PROSPECTS 1 FOR IRON COUNTY 'M Rio Grande Western Plans Extension M Into Iron Fields. H REDUCTION PLANT AT GREEN R1YER. jff The Coming: Summer to be Fraught MB X With Important Events for S This Section.' B Tho Dosorot Nows : $B This coming summer is to boo a big V construction campaign on tho part of U ho Rio Gratulo Western mid tho Don? ' m vor & Rio Orando, nud beontifio of M this activity, A. 0. Rlgdwny has boon jf appaiutod gonorttl mauagor of tho m system. Mr. Rigwny, who is osso- tially u construction man, won his I laurols on tho ooiiBtruotiou of work T already accomplished by tho Moffat . road, of which bo was gouoral muiiu- I ii gbr until Tuesday last I ' Onoo moro doos tho Salina-Grocn I River cut-off bob up. B This time, howovor, thoro nro iudio- f ntloiis that tills pioco of railroad oou- struotion is going to bo pusho...

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 March 1905

r.vr'?'. 1HTO 1 Iron CouJty Record." I JH Vol7j2. Cedar Gty, Iron CounfrfUtah, Friday, Mar. J 0f J 905. ' """ No7l4 IH I BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR IRON COUNTY - i Rio Grande Western Plans Extension Into Iron Fields. REDUCTION PLANT AT GREEN RIVER. The Coming Summer to be Fraught k With Important Events for This Section.' Tho Dosorot Nows : This coming summer is to soo n big construction campaign ou tbo part of ho Rio Grando Wostoru nnd tho Don vor & Rio Oraudo, mid because of this activity, A. 0. Rlgdway hns boon appointed gonornl mauagor of tbo syHtom. Mr. Rtgway, who is osso tially u construction man, won bis laurols on tho construction of work already aooomplishod by tbo Moffat road, of which ho was gonornl mntin gor until Tuesday last. Ouoo moro does tbo Salin'a-Groou Rlvor cut-off bob up. This tlmo, howover, tboro oro iudio ntlotiH that tills ploco of railroad con struction is going to bo pushed through to completion whilo tho t Marysvalo brauob is to bo o.xtondod to tho iron de...

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 March 1905

M FROM MI8ERY TO HEALTH. H IV Prominent Club Woman, of Kansas H City, Writes to Thank Doan's Kid- H ney Pills for a Quick Cure H Mlsa Nellie Davis, of 121C Michigan B. Avenue, Kansas M very short time H when I wan Buffering from kidney H troubles brought on by a cold. 1 had H pcrcro pains In the back and sick H hendarhos, nnd felt miserable nil over. H- A few boxes of Doan'n Kidney I'llls M mndo mo a woll woman, without an H nclio or pain, qnd I feol compelled to B recommend this rcllablo remedy." H (Signed) Nellie Davis. H A TKIAl, FREUJ Address Foster- H Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale M by all doalors. Price. CO cents. Black Tulip in Luzon. V' A black Illy, or tulip, with a flower H right nchos In diameter, has been H found, on the IhIbikI of Luzon, In the H ThUlp'plnes. H TEA H Fino tea is bo daintily fintv H tliat a man (or oven a woman) H may gobble it down without H suspecting it. M Covetous engineers. H. ,The civil onglneor often wishes with M a sigh that ho wore roally...

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 March 1905

V.SJ Many Persons Have Catarrh of Kidneys, Or Catarrh of Bladder and Don't Know It. : Prosidont Nowhof and War ; CorrcspondontRichardsWcro PromptJy Curod By Pc-ru-na. Mr. C. 1$. Newhof, 10 Delaware street, Albany, N. Y., President Monteflore Club, writes: "Since my advanced age I find that I have been frequently troubled with urinary ailments. The bladder seemed Irritated, and my physician said tha t It was catarrh caused by a protracted cold which would be difficult to over come on account of my advanced years. I took Peruna, hardly daring to believe that I would be helped, but I found to my relief that I soon began to mend. The irritation gradually subsided and the urinary difficulties passed away. I have enjoyed excellent health now for the past seven months. I enjoy my meals, sleep soundly, and am as well aa 1 was twenty years ago. I give all praise to Peruna." C. D. Newhof. Suffered From Catarrh of Kidneys, Threatened With Nervous Collapse, Cured by Po-ru-na. Mr. 1'. II. lMchan...

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 March 1905

H miii ii " H i" 111 ii i H ' J Iron County Record ;! H .....,...,,.......,.................... . H t, CHARLES S. WILKINSON H .. PUOLISHER ... H ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1003 H . , ................ H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST B OFFICE AS 8EC0N0 CLASS MATTER H OTHERWISE STniCTLY FIRST CLASS B , ." H SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR H ALWAY8 IN AOVAHCE B Friday, Mar. 10, 1905. fl TUB BETRAYER. H Tho Ctirront Joiinml, 11 sprightly H weekly publishod nt Hex burg, Ida., H by Ezrn Ghrlstiausoii, 1ms tho follow- H lug editorial in its issuo of Fob. 23: 1 From tho day of Patisnuins, tbo H Hpnrtnn gouorul, who oirercd to sell H tho results of his glorious rlotoroy at H 1'lntnon to tho Porslun Icing, and bo H troy his country tlmt ho might bo H vonio its nil or, to tho dark days of tho M llovolutiounry war, whim Honodlot H Arnold sold himsolf and hU groat M uaino for Hrllish gold, maukiud havo M dotesled and abhorod tho vory imino m "traitor." That term carries with M it n stigma that no ropontu...

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. — 10 March 1905

t V " ' .. v... ; ''CORRESPONDENCE ji PAROWAN. Parowau, March 0, 1005. Wbllo thoro Isn't much storm to night high winds may bo looked for Friday and Snturdny, us indicated ly n low bnroinotor. It appoara thoro baa boon somo smallpox down bolow town, but it hud boon kopt thoro and nllowod to go no further, for which wo aro thankful. Wo oxpoot n trent tomorrow night us Prof. Drigga of tho Branch Normal is announced to lecturo and will bo accoinpanlod by othor talented por tions. Mrs. Etbol Ynrdloy diod on Toes day morning after a most serious illness of a fow days. Tho attending physiuian had no hopes of her ro covory from tho first. Howovor, tho poor littlo mothorlcss baby is get ting along protty woll. ' Tho Drs. Oarpontor aro horo at u present holpiug people who havo bad i tooth and bad oyes. Mrs. Oarpontor looturod to a largo houso full of ladies Wednesday and Thursday and tho womou soomod to bo highly pleased with what sho told thorn. Wo aro ropouting, that is, by proxy. Ouo of o...

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. — 10 March 1905

J UTAH STATE NEWS. !, Utah's copper output for the month trf February Is estimated to have been 6,000,000 pounds. " VlrRll Logsdon, nged 7, of American Fork, foil from a high fence, landing on n' broken bottlo, being seriously In jured. .Salt Luke Is to havo ten new police men, an ordinance having, been pnssci! lothat effect. There are only' 32(w ap- 1 I plIcantH for the positions. H -'The schools of Santnquin aro still H closed on account of stnnllpox. There 1 are .eleven cases, nil of which are 1 ' confined to throe families. H iTlio month of February was a light H duo for tho Salt Lake mining ex- H shnfigo, 400,202 shares of stock chang- H liig hands, for which $105,202 was H ' Bicycle racing is to bo Installed In H J Dgden this season, a company hnving H ncen formed, with a capitalization ot k $10,000, for the construction ot a m saucer track. H Maalo Jenkins, nged G, was thrown H from n buggy during n ruimwny nt M West Jordan and Instantly killed. A H MIsb Koswoll, the other' o...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 March 1905

I DERANGEDNERVES !B DISTRESSING TROUBLES LEFT BY m ST. VITUS AND GRIP. IB TVoman AfnTntml for Year by Stroller H? Spall of tfiifiibnet and AVeakiirmi K lleco era 1'orft-rt Health. H When she wns fourteen years old, Mrs, jjM Ida L. Brown liml St. Vitus' dance. jjjH Bbe flnnlly got oror the most noticeable 3H features of tho strnngo ailment, but. was B still troublod by very uncomfortable sou- H sations, which alio recently described ns Hj follows : K " Oiio baud, half of my face, nmt halt tK of my tonguo Would get cold nud numb. IH Theso fcolings would come on, lust for jjH nbout ten minutes, nud then go away, Ml several times n dny. Besides I would Mr have palpitation of the heart, and iny B strength would get so low Uiat I eoujil jH hardly breatho. As time went on these H spells kopt coming oftoncr and growing S worso. The numbness wouhlsQinotiuies H extend over half my body." "How did you got rid of them?" B "ItseemedfornlongtimonH if I never S could get rid of them. It was libt u...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 March 1905

H H-wiimwiiii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 k inmm b 1 SEVEN WAGON LOADS I OF NEW GOODS H Jnst in at the I CEDAR CITY GO-OP J HH 1 , " , . H ,' The shipment embraces all our spring :: H :: and summer lines of Ready-made Cloth- H :j. ing, Furnishings and Underwear, Dress :: H :j Goods and all kinds of Dry Goods; Men's, H jj Youths' and Children's Hats in Straw, ;; H t : Felt and Wool; Ladies' Waists, Over and H :: Under Skirts, Sun Bonnets, Parasols, j H :: etc.; Table Linens and Table Cloths. Al- J H :: so a large fresh stock of Groceries, ;; :: Hardware, Tinware, and in short, goods H :; for every Department. This is perhaps the largest shipment jj M ; of goods ever imported to Cedar City by ;; M , one firm during a single week, and fur- :j H. :: nishes our customers a wide assortment:: in all lines to choose from. In our Dry :: H Goods Department we are especially :: H - :: well stocked, our collection embracing :: H :: all the late and popular fabrics, not only :: B :: for ladies' wear, but for ...

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. — 17 March 1905

HBBHBHBJBHBJHBHHHBBBHBRBBBB HhyhYhh hyhYhhI ." Hl 'v-nftm'rw mpr ?"""- HHYHYJSuSlHffHHB ' " r"" "HJR J ' HHraHKl .iyJgON CotigY Record. II VoIt 12?- Cedar drSTS(jnty" " iday, Mar. 17, 1905. " No7l5 UEf f'rwn r HT9HHHfJ7lWfKif -INAUGURAL i CEREMONIES r I f . ' Our. Washington Correspondent Fur- : Jj , nislies Graphic Description. . KUMOR. OR- HdENDEO ASSASINATIOH. Galleries-Filled With distinguished. VIsltOHs. OlinipscR of ' 1 ' High Life. i, jV Washington. Di 0., March 0, 1005. From a.ooruor of tho gallory roa orvod.fortho families of Senators aud whlohonublod ouo to soo mid bear bettor Uiuu from a soot in tho Press gallery yourr correspondent witnessed tho oorotnouy of tho Inauguration of '" tho1 Prosidont. Tiokots woro isauod for all gallory Boats and on tho mom- , ' lug of tho inauguration it was lnv 1 ' posslblo to obtain admission to the- I ' , Gupltol without onoof thoso tickets- 1 which had boon givon to tho Senators 1.. and mombora for distribution. Most I! of thorn had' ros...

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. — 17 March 1905

I UTAH STATE NEWS. H Flro dostroyed tho homo of Albert H V, Nelson of Sandy, entailing a loss H of 1,600. i H Tho week on tho' Salt Lako mining H axchango closed on tho salo of 89,825 H shnrcs of stock for $23,232.70. H . A special election Is to bo hold at H Ephralm to voto $20,000 bonds for tho H Installation of an electric light plant H Tho local .post of tup O. A. II. ha? H laid out an 'elaborate- program for the H camp lire to ho held In Ogdcn on H May H In tho debate at" Moscow, Idaho, bo- H tween tho Unlvorelty of Idaho and H tho University of Utah, tho former H wcro victors. H Tho horse and buggy "stolen from H Ernost Pappas, of Bingham Junction, H Jaat week have been found, but.Uio M thief 1b still at largo. H Small children and matches wore ro- H sponsible for a blazo at' Sprlrigvlllo, H which destroyed a hay shed and' barn H bolonglng to Amos Hatfield. - H W. Williams, a negro of Ogdcn, at- H tempted to kill a fellow African, firing H several shots at him, but 'fdriunatol...

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. — 17 March 1905

I I 1 Crusade on Tuberculosis T Tho Henry Phlpps Institute of Phila delphia, which has been established liy the generous gift of a wealthy rcsl lent of that city, Is doing a great -work on behalf of persons suffering trom pulmonary tuberculosis or con sumption. The physicians omployed by this institution havo compiled somo oxcollent rules to bo observed by per .sons suffering from this disease, tho careful following of which will pro Tent tho extension of tho disease to others, and will greatly aid tho suf ferers to recover. Don't spit on tho sidewalk, on tho stropt, nor Into any placo where you cannot destroy tho germs which you eplt up. Do not swallow any Bplt wlhlch I comes up from your lungs or which , comes out of tho back part 'of your throat Spit Into a spit cup when it is pos sible -to do so. Always uso a spit cup with a han dle, to it so that you can hold It close to your mouth. When you uso a china or earthen wore spit cup always keep lye and water In it and scald out tho ...

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. — 17 March 1905

B t Iron County Record H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H f .PUBLISHER.... b I............ .............; ; fl $ CSTADLISMEO DECEMBER, 1093 H J ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST H X OKCICC Atf SECOND CLASS MATTER H $ " H J. 0THCRWI8S STRICTLY FIRST CLASS H f H f SUBSCRIPTION $1 SO PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE Friday, Mar. 17. 1905. H A PROPOSliD CHANGE. H Tho incorporation of w lint-1b to bo m known tut tlio Southern Utah Publish- M ing & Printing Company, with o ill cos M in Codiir City, St. Ooorgc, ,Kanub; fl Parownu uiul posstbly other towns qf M Bouthorn Utah, mid with tho object M of giving to tho pooplo of tho southorn m counties tho best thut Is practicable H in tho way of local nowspapor ropro- m sontutiou 1h now im nssurod fact. Tho H ootnuny will bo incorporated for H- 31,2,100, but for tho prosout it will 1 havo n working capital of only 87, - B 000. Of this considerably inoro than m half has rilroitdy boon Bubscribod. A m provisional honrd hits boon cboson to H hold olllco until ...

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. — 17 March 1905

I . . !; I CORRESPONDENCE 1 I IkanarraT Knuarm, Mnrch 1G, 1005. Tho Rollof Sooioty intend Laving a Rood timo uoxt Fndoy nt tho annual colobrntiou of its organization. It wus dooidod tonight by tho Y. M. M. I. A., to lonvo tho manual and tnko up tho Articles of Faith by Tnlmago. Tho district Bohool touchers, John W. Piatt and Mao Staploy, nttoiidod tho toaohors' iustituto at Parowun on tho llth ii)Bt. ' A ploasnht evening was spent nt tho homo' tit Moo Staploy last night, it l)olng hor birthday. Sho says sho Is. "swoot 10" . Miss Eliza Williams, a toachor in tho Cedar Olty district schools, uamodown and spot n wookly vacation visiting old timo frioiido. Bort Davios is looking forwnrd with anxious oycB to Saturday when tho rnco botwoon him aud.Lowo Prlnco of Harmony is to como oil. Lust week was a busy ouo with tho farmors. This ono is inurkod with luito a heavy rain fall, honco tho saying, "Moro rain mora rost." I Wo rogrot tho absonco of our friend Rcos Jns. Williams, who two weeks ...

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. — 17 March 1905

HHHBavMBH I HB HB MARRED A YOUNG WOMAN'S HAP- j l'INE88 FOR SEVEN YEARS. B, Interfered Willi Hrr Hoclnl Ilutlra nnd H Tlircnlnnod to C'nuao Her Itetlre- H merit How 8lie Wna. Otiroil. H, Kvory sufferer from nervous headache H knows how completely it unfits oao for fl tho duties nml pleasures of life. Any H' , llttlo excitement, or ovcr-oxortion, or lr- H 4 regularity brings it on. Soinotlmes tho H pnin in over tho wholo head. Agnlu it H is lflco n nnil driven into tho lirnin, or n H wodgu splitting it open, or n band tight- H cuing about it. At ouo timo it 1h nil in H tho top of tlio bond, nt nuothur it is nil H ut tho biiBo of tho filcull. H Most heartaches enn bo traced to boiiio H faulty ntnto of tho blood. Whou tho H blood, Ih Bcnnty or onnrgwl with poison, H nndtliOiKjryosiii'pjniporfectlyuourisliHl H ' m'id'tlio digestion wonk, ouo of tlio coin- H inoncMt results is frequent nnd buvoro H heiidachcM. H Thu important things to get rid of the H dlsoased condition of tho blood tha...

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. — 17 March 1905

w H j MS,S FL6jNCEJCEgAH, J i; H MjpslJloroncpE. Kenah,, 434 Mn,ri'stract, Ottawa, Ont.v'ivrltca: Hf "(4 JfeV months ago 1 caught a severe oW, which settled on m wjj and re- Kt maincd there so persistently that I became alarmed I took .medicine without K benefit, until my digestive organs became upset, and my bead and back began, j to ache severely and frequently. "' " , '' K vas advised tb try Peruna, and although I had little faith felt so sick that fm l was toady to try anything. It brdught, mo blessed relief: at once, audi felt jB that I had the right medicine at last Within three weeks I was completely B restored and ha ve cnoyed perfect health since. V "I now have the greatest faltk In Pcruna:" Florence B. Kcnah. B conducive to ca- B tarrhal derangements. Few women H escape. R Upon tlio first, symptoms of catching B cold Peruna should be taken. It fortifies H the system against colds and catarrh. H Pe-ru-na for Colds and Catarrh. H The following interesting letter gives H one ...

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. — 17 March 1905

TTTmmT7?m7mmmm'mmmmmTrm!7mTmmmmm -""" H i '. HHM"H44'W I Ci -. Spring is upon us Winter Weights I' I Should give place to Lighter Materials, I' f$ 1,000 Worth of Clothing! HH Has just been opened up at HH I I il The Cedar Co-op. I; HB1 B nKnnwiwww H THE STOCK EMBRACES A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF MENS' H 1 AND BOYS' SUITS IN SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES & WEICHTS. H . Bfl . I 1 - ; ;; BW ffSf Wl ( H ; MENS' SUITS, $8.00 TO $15.60 1 H LESS 10 PER CENT FOR CASH. BBH Bfl This Is ono of tho finest linos of Rondy-mado Clothing IBB over brought to Codar Olty, nud wo havo styles mid sizes to ) BBH suit almost everybody. But if wo do not havo what you HBHJ want, elthor in slzo or quality, wo can tako your moasuro- BBfl mont and will guarnntoo a lit, from any fabrio you may BBB , soloot from tho ono thousand samples wo havo ou oxbibitlon. BBB Wo roprosont some of tho Inmost and boat Tailoring Houses BBB lu tho World, and wo guarautco satisfaction. BBB '. Wo also havo in a largo now stock of Hats...

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. — 7 April 1905

I Jrqn Cou jty Record. I Vo- f2, " Cedar CUy,Iron'Count Utah, Friday, Arll 77 1905. --------- HH I From Mormon Zion I To California's Paradise I Utah and Nevada are now Linked with Los Angeles by Salt Lake Route New Road Penetrates a Land Replete with Money Making B . , Opportunities, and Presents an Added Means of m Growth to Utah and Nevada. I (By J. Doniion Rouvls, llrstpnsson- I gor ovor tbo Satl Lako Routo. ), I "Two ovonts, ono already como to 1 puss and nnothor, to bo fulfilled in I loss thnn GO days, aro destined to 1 bocomo Integral parta of tlio hlBtory I of Salt Lako Olty and tho Stato of I Utah. "Tho day tbnt Senator Clark nnd bis nssooiutoa began work on tho Salt Lako Routo to Loa Augoloa la tbo llrat of tboso historical milestones, and ' tbo dato of tbo inauguration of i through train sorvico from Snlt Lako ' Olty to tbo City of tbo Angola will I constituto tho other. "Dating from tbo hour in which traitiB begin to rnovo ovor.tbe groat stool highway'botwoon Salt Lako a...

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. — 7 April 1905

UTAH STATE NEWS, H Oovornor Cutler has issued tho or H flclal Arbor ilny proclamation, desig- m nntlng Saturday, April 15, ns tho day H to bo observed. H Tho board of education of the local H school district Is working on n prop- osltion to establish a high school in H JMount Pleasant during tho coming H school ' year. H Governor Cutler and the cnliro H Lewis and Clark commlsison visited H Portland last week, whoro they so- H lected sites and space to bo used by H Utah nt tho exposition. H Tho Wars of tho farmers of tho Salt H Lako valley and tho northern valleys H of tho state that there would not bu H mifTlcIont water this season has been H dissipated by tho recent snowfall. H Thcro is a movement on to cstab H llsh a driving park In or about Logan, H a commlttco having tho matter lfl B charge Is busy with dotails, and It H looks as if tho project would succeed", M Edward Gray, of Salt Lako City, has H been arrested at Las Vegas, Nevada, H charged with killing C. Do Prater In H a s...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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