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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 April 1905

A GREALIDIC1 BBINGS HEALTH TO THREE MEM BERS OF SAME FAMILY, Cure i Wife's Dolilllty Aftrr Mnlnrln, a JlHsbnml'a lllioutimtltin, n Dnugliter' Nervous Prostration. , V I havo recommended Dr. Wllllnms' Pink Pills to niiuiy peoplo," wild Mrs. Gdssott, " becauso I lmvo scon such good results, timo after timo, right in my own family. Thero aro three of us who lmvo 110 doubt about thoir merits. Wo do not need to tako anybody's word on tho sub ject for our own cxperionco 1ms tnught'us how well they deserve praiso. " It was just about ten years ago that I first read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and bought my first box. I was at that timo all run down, weak, norvous aud without ambition. I had boon doc toring all summer for malaria and ' Htomnch trouble. Everybody thought I , t was going into consumption, as my ., V-' mother had died of that dihease. fc " Thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. .A I am now alive and hearty. I began to V'V ' ipiprove as soon ay I began to take them, . and when...

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. — 7 April 1905

H : : Iron County Record j H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ....PUBLISHER- H f ,. H ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1003 H H ENTERED AT TKe CEDAR CITY POST. H . . OPHCE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H . ................ H OTHERWISR OTRICTLV FIRST CLASS H .,........... ....., H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR H ALWAYS III iiH l-'jl"t""t","'''t",'"t"t"1-,''"''t M Friday, April 7, 1905 H WHAT AILS UTAH? H A Sulk L:ii;o dally conlompornry goos H to n (rout (lonl of tronblo onoh morn- H ing to mnko it nppunr that tho Mormon H Church, or its prosidont, is blighting H tbo prospects and impodlng tho H niatoriul protgoss of Salt Lnko Oity H in particular und tho stato in gonornl. H Tbo shafts nro ull aimed, accord lug H to tbo wrltor, at Josoph P. Smith, H hut tbo man must indood bo n dullard H that cannot procolvo that it is tbo H systotn of tbo Mormon Ohuroh that H is boing attacked. Josoph l Smith has dopartod in no material degroo H from tho oourso pursuod by iiis pro- H dooossors in olllco. His positions ns H direc...

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. — 7 April 1905

1 CORRESPONDENCE .......SANTA CLARA Santa Olnrn, March HO, 1 0055. i Spring ditch denning id completed. Tljo pooplo of Glnra nro onjoylng Rplondid health tit present. Jack frost gnvo us a visit last Mon day night, killing somo of our fruit. MIbs Huldn Graf is going to Modoua to bo in tho employ of Mrs. Kulght. Mr. Geo. Graf is sufforing from a sofbro cold this weok, but is rocovor- iug slowly. Thoro has boon about 3,000 seed Icbh. grnpo vines planted ,horo this spring. Small grain and alfalfa are looking - very good this year. Prospects for tho Bcason nro very bright. Tho loavos on our shado trees aro about out and beginning to cast thoir hIiucIo for tho sttmmor. K1. U. Frol 1b going to Salt Lnko Oily to attend conference and have IiIh sou treatod for his hoariug. Our four missionaries in Switzer land roport that thoy aro fooling woll uud enjoying thomselvos immonsoly. Mr. Emory Huntsman of Ilobron is n guest at tho Staholl rcsideuco. Guess why? Miss Staholl just ro turned homo afte...

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. — 7 April 1905

n BHi H THE ST HA IN OF WORK. B , Best o Backs Give Out Under the BH Burden of Dally Toll. H) Lieutenant Gcorgo Q. Wnrron, ot BH No. 3 Chomlcal, Washington, D. C, BH oays: "It's an honest fact that Dunn's BBl Kldnoy Pills did BH 88b mo 3 sroat lot of H Wt5nH3 Rood, and If It H iTO-5l were not truo I BH; J would not rccom. BH! a IKy?lHKy tho strain ot lift- H SgCTS? Ing that brought BVJ wS4llon k,dnoy troublQ BBJ mife?5' and weakened my r 75 ( bnck( but Bc0 us- H ing Doan's Kidney Pills I hnvo lifted H COO pounds and felt no bnd effects. I H hnvo not felt tho trouble como back H fllnco, although 1 had suffered for five H or Blx yenrs. and other icmcdies had BBl not helped me nt all." BBl For salo by nil doalois. Prlco 50 H conts. Fbstor-Mllburn Co.. Huffalo, N.Y. BBV Breakable Colno. H Until the reign of Edward I. of Eng- B land pennies woro struck with a cross, V no deeply ludontcd that It might bo H easily parted into two for hnlfpcnco, H und Into four for farthings. BH EFFECT3 OF ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 April 1905

STOP! WOMEN, AND CONSIDER THE ,,b ALL-IMPORTANT fBHfek That In addressing1 Mrs. Pinkham you MjKSSB are confiding your private Ills to a woman BK&EM a woman whoso cxperlenco with wo- kpXMKnte&&Wm , man'n diseases covers u great many years. Vf!MiSjx2ftlBW You can talk freely to a woman when It SMKMfWsBw is revolting' to relatu your private troubles 5vfiwK Kmw to a man besides a man docs not under- IMrJfiji stand simply becausa ho is a man. IOpBH fl Many women suffer In silence and drift along 0 flLHwt from bad to worse, knowing full well that thov "7 aSHLLH . ought to have immediato assistance, buta natural jEI!B modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them- MWJBRi selves to the questions and probably examinations of jfvBEB even their family physician. It is unnecessary. JKarKH Without money or price you can consult a womau 5rlJKRff whoso knowledge from actual experience is great. jlMfiraflBj Mrs. Fiiikliam'x Standing Invitation: yj8n&TfifmJUm Women suffering from ...

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. — 7 April 1905

TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE H "Tho Mngazlno that Iiub 1111 Idonl H Huvo you hoard thnt Hon. Tlios. E. H Watson of Georgia has begun tho H publiaotiou of n magnzlno? H You know who Mr. Wntson Is? H JIo'm tho mnu iiwo wroto "Tho Story H of Franco," "Llfo of Nnpoloon," H nnd "Tho Llfo mid Titnos of Thomas V .Tofroraon." Ho was tho Pooplo's H Party oandtdnto for president Inst H your. Firet numbr of Tom Watson's H Mngnziuo will bo published Fob. 25. H For snlo at all iiowb stnnds prico lOo. H By mail, 81.00 por yonr. You will B miss tho most intorostiug 128-pngo H magazino in Amorica if you fail to Bi got this numbor. Ask your news- B donlor for Tom Watson's Magazine H or, botor still, sond a dollar for a H year's subscription to B TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE, H 121 Woat 12nd Stroot, Now York B City, N. Y. B Notice of Forfeiture. B Statolino, Utah, Jan. 27, 1000. H To lloury Bowon : You aro horoby notified thnt I havo H oxpondod during tho yonrs of lOOfl B and 1004, two hundrod dollars in fl labor ...

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. — 21 April 1905

III . m HI I oil I Iron Counity Record. H H - PEI I Vol. 2. ' CedarOty, Iron CountyfPtah, Friday, AptJ2il90S7 " NoT 20 Hl I FRUIT WITHOUT I IRRIGATION. Remarkable Orchard in Colorado De- scribed by a Ulnlui. I TWENTY ACRES OF BEARING TREES. I Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries and H Small Fruits Prove I Successful. I Tbo following' desorlptton of au I arid fruit fnrm was written for tbo Dosorot Fnrmor by Job. E. Wllosn of I Loguu : . - Wbilo in Douglas county, Colo rado, in tbo year 190.1, tbo writer was told of a successful orobnrd whicb had beou grown without Irrigation, and determined to visit tbo plnco. Somo miles west of Pnrkor, and twonty miles south of Denver, this orchard was found. Tbo gonial prop ' riotor is au Euglishmnu by tbo nnino of E. R. Parsons, a man with uu idoa aud porsovornuco enough to put it to tbo tost. In a, locality wboro thcro is considerably lees precipitation than in Cncho or Salt Lnko valleys ( ho had twonty acres of trees in hour- iug, and new plantings co...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 April 1905

vBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBwBMjnnw;i I H UTAH STATE NEWS H It la announced that tho now fed- H rrnl bulldlnn In Snlt Lake City will H bo ready for occupancy by June 1. H Through trnlns over tho Stilt Lnko H routo will begin running from Snlt H Lake City to Los Angeles on Mny 1. H A driving park and county fair usso- H elation 1b being formed at Logan, nnd H Its promoters feel snnguino of success. H Fruit growers of Wober county .will H orgnnlzo an association to bo called H tho Wcbqr County Horticultural So H cioty. ' i H Tho Juvanllo-court, crcntcd by tho H last legislature, has, been opened In H Salt Lake City, with Willis 13 row n us H Judge." H Joseph Kendall,, on trial at Ogdcn H for the murder of his wife, has been B convicted of murder In tho second H degree, Tho Butchers nnd Grocers of Salt H Lako have inaugurated a war upon H trading stnmps and premium bearing B articles. m Augustus Olson, a car Inspector in H the Itlo Qrando yards In Salt Lako H City, was run ove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 April 1905

J M0NKEY8 A3 QAY WAGS. Observation Proves They Havo a Senso of Humor. Recently a monkey got the bettor ot (ho common enemy, tho carrion crow, by feigning Illness. Ho was fastoned to a bamboo pole with a running ring. When ho wns on his perch tho crows annoyed him by stealing from his por ringer on the ground. One morning they had been special ly disagreeable. Ho closed his eyes and feigned a bad Illness. When his day's food Was brought tho crows de scended upon It, and ho had scarcely strength to defend It. By good acting ho managed to cnp turo ono of tho crows. To pluck It allvo wns the obvious course. Then, Instead of pulling It to pieces, like the king monkoy whom Kipling and Sir Edward Buck watched enjoying a sim ilar triumph In Simla, this monkey tossed the crow Into tho air, whore Ud own companions fell upon It and killed It MonkoyB cortalnly hnvo a senso of fun. Dnrwln used to spend hours watching a young fcmnlo orang-outang In tho zoological gardens, and was euro that sho ha...

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. — 21 April 1905

I u H I Iron County Record ; H T H I CHARLES Q. WILKINSON H T ... PUOLISHER B "- . H 1 ESTABLISHED DECEMBER. 1003 H T ENTERED AT THE CEOAn CITY POST- H 3. OFFICE AS SECOND CLAOS MATTER M 1' 0THERWI8R STRICTLY FIR8T CLA88 aaH H SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR B ALWAYS IN ADVANCE B .v...M--M-4H--iM"t'i-'f-M"l' H Friday, April j , 1903. riUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP. H Tlio sontiinoiit In favor of niuniol H pnl ownoralilp of public utilities is M growing in our nation. Tlio rocont H ovonvbuimliiK voto in favor of tlio H ciindhluto of tlio adliorouts to those M viows In Oliioiigo, was n demonstration 1 of popular smitlinotit on tlio subject M Ijy tlio sooond lurgoat city in tiio H nation, and is sign Meant of tlio M troinl of public opinion in tlio United m Htntoa. H Judging from tbis mid tbo pross M uttoraiiccs it is not too inunli to ox- H poot tbnt tbo groat city of Now York H witb its tbroo millions of iiiliabitauts M wllljfollovv tbo oxnintiluof its wostorn M sistor and throw its iiiiluonco in ...

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. — 21 April 1905

I CORRESPONDENCE I .LEEDS Leeds Utah, April 18,, 190. Tho prospects Boom qulto favorablo for uiiollior storm. Tlio lioulth of BOino of our pcoplo id not. us good ns might bo doslrod. Alox V. Milno of St. Qoorgo bus boon lioro tbo past week painting for "" diirorunt ones in town. Humor soys that Misa Julia Ford will hooii opon u botol lioro, in fact thsit Mr. Milno baa paintod tbo sign. About two wooke ago a swoot llttlo buby girl was mado welcome at tlio bonio of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parker nro tbo proud poronta of a baby boy, which was born laat Sunday night. All well. i PINTO i i Pinto, Utah, April 3, 1005. , Tlio woatbor tbo past wook Ihib beon vory cold and stormy. 'k"' Frank Hyatt is up from Jackson ville for provisions. j J. V. Eldridgo baa boon laid up tbo I past thrco wooks with la grippo. Wilson Tullia ia preparing to go I ' north in a fow dayo in search of a now liomo. " f Frank Knoll is currying tho mail from Modonn to Pino Valley for n fow wooks. I...

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. — 21 April 1905

, EVERY ONE ASKS MM BBB HOW HE QOT BID OF HIS OBSTINATE H MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. B Mr. Jonr Tall of tlin Way by Which Ila H Trantcri Himself Successfully H i When Doctor Failed. B Six physicians, nil of thorn good, otio of m thorn n specialist, hnd dono thoir best B for Mr. Jones nt different times during H tliroo years, mid still ho Hufforod foar- M fully from tho tortures of rlioninntiHin. B Tho rlioumatlsm that had boon dor- 1 maiit in his system was suddenly B brought to nu ncuto stngo by ozposuro 1 whllo ho was drawing ico in Fobruary, M 1001. Prom that tiino on for a period M of more than thrco years ho was a con- 1 fltant sufferer. Ho tried many kinds of fl trontmont, hut tho rhouinntlsm wouldn't M budgo. When regular doctors failed, B and ono remedy after another proved H usoloss, many said: "I should think ho M would givo it up and bhvo his monoy." B Of his condition at this tiino, Mr. B Jones says: " My rhoumatism started B In my right thigh, but in tiino it ap- m poured in ...

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. — 21 April 1905

QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-NA. r,v ' r v p -,,-,,,, M v-- y ,, - '"' " " "' -- MISS JULIA MARLOWE Heartily jiff roves of Peruna for the Nerves. IN a recent letter to The reruna Medi cine Co., Miss Julia Marlowc.of New York City, writes tho following: "I am glad to write my endorse ment of the great remedy, Peruna, as a nerve tonic, I do so most heartily." Julia Marlowe. IS Nervousness is very common among jl women. This condition is duo to S anoinio nervo centers. The nerve jl centers are tho reservoirs of nervous II vitality. These centers become blood- I less for want of proper nutrition. LB This is especially truo in tho spring IB season. Every spring a host of invalids W nro produced as tho direct result of iK weak nerves. This can bo easily obviated by uslnfr Peruna. Peruna strikes at tho root of tho difllculty by correcting tho diges tion. Digestion furnishes nutrition for tho nerve centers. Properly digested food furnishes these reservoirs of lifo with vitality which le...

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. — 21 April 1905

I ' H B I' l: - ! H Notice of Forfeiture. B Statolino, Utnh, Jan. 27, 1005. H i To Hotiry Bowon : H J You nro horoby uotiflod thatllmvo H ) expondod daring tlio yours of 1003 H nnd 1901, two hundrod dollars in H labor and lmprovomonta upon tlio H Mnmmothlodo mining claim, situutod H on IHoo Mounlnin, in Statolino Mln- H lug District, Iron county, Stato of H Utnh, of which tho location cortlfl- H oato is of rooord in Hook i"A" No H (Id, pngo 1.15, in tho ollloo of tho Ro- H cordor of said district, in ordor to H hold said claim undor tho provisions M of Boctlon 2321 of tho Revised Stat H utoa of tho United Stntos, auuunl H Inbor upon mining claims, and H being tho amount required to hold H Haid Iodo for tho porlod ending on tho H 31st day of Docombor, 1003, and tho H snmo for tho year 1001. H And if within ninoty days nftor tho H , publication horoof you fail or rofuso H to oontributo your proportion of H. x such oxpouditures as co-owner, your H intorost in tho property or claim will...

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. — 28 April 1905

vMron ount Record. I Vo1- X2 Cedar City, ItonCountyTtfa RMay, April 28, 1905. """ NoT2 Hl IS ARTIFICIAL ( IRRIGATION I , People of United Slates Awakening to its Importance. B L GOVERNMENT BEHIND BIG PROJECTS. r ) 1 Origin of Irrigation, Its Importance ' and Ultimate Destny East rfc Will Imitate West. jt , Washington, D. 0., Mhr. 30, 1905. Washington may bo ono of tho least jj 1 importnnt of the oitios of tho Unitod States us it cortniuiy is in commorco and mumifnoturos, but from this city omunntes, through legislation mid J - administration, tho impulses of tho groatost enterprises known on this bulf of tho globo. Wo hoor n groat Ideal about tho San Domingo question, tho Panama Canal, arbitration trea ties and tho regulation of gigantic trusts. Thoso aro of so much mometi tious importance that tlioy aro in tho publlo oyo, but thoro Ib going on in what was onco marked on tho maps as tho "Groat Amorlcan Dosort" and almost ns llttlo known as tho dark conUnont of Africa by Amorlcuns of...

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. — 28 April 1905

H VTA II STATE NEWS M A numbor of now cases of smallpox M woro reported In Salt Lako Inst wcok. M Bingham Junction Is to have a now M bank to bo called tlio Jordan Stato H For tlio coming school year $514,000 H will bo heeded to run tlio Salt Lako H City schools. H Tho public school pupils of Salt H Lako planted 19,110 trees, shrubs and H plants at tholr homes on Arbor day. H ThO Salt Lako branch of tho Wells, H Fargo & Co.'s" bank has been pur- H chased by Walker Brothers, bankers. H Louis Beckham nnd Joseph Roasch, H two lads who escaped from tho Ilo H form school at Ogdon, havo been ro- H captured. H Sixteen candidates camo up for ex- H amlnntlon beforo tho Stato board of H pharmacists last week. Seven of H theso received cortlllcntos. H August 2), will bo Utah' day at tho H Lewis nnd' Clark contonnlnl exposition. H A movement Is on foot to havo tho H Tabornaclo. choir present on that dato H A nuftibor of 'senators nnd congress- H men will visit Utah during tho month H of Jun...

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. — 28 April 1905

. t CURE YOUR KIDNEYS. j When the Back Aches and Dlarfrf,.. .J Trouble, Set In, Get at the Cauao. Don't mako tho ralstako of ballnvin t' back acho and bladder Ilia to bo S k f ailmonto. Got at th. cau.. and cTo t residing at' 2729 Wylle avenue, " says: I "It was threo years asw that I used I IT " P P1"8 for an rttack of kldnoy trouble that was mostly back acho, and thoy fixed mo up fino. Thero Is no mlstako about that, and If I Bhould over bo troubled again I would jrot thorn first thing, as I know what thoy aro." For salo by all dealers. Prlco 50 cents. Fostor-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N.Y. J Mexican Pumpkin. A curious plant has recently been j found In Mexico. It Is similar to a pumpkin, with a rough, corky bark, resombling that of an oak. It had been named "palma," I TEA Moneyback buys your con I fidence; you can't help it You can't help it. jH Ybor eroor ntwu jrouf monrt U yen don't UW fcuiwt iu.i. 7 OB,MJ" II Poverty's. la Tho town of Poverty has been with- ' out korosono now for t...

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. — 28 April 1905

bbbbV I H : : Iron County Record j ; H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ... PUBLISHER. H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1093 H . ................ H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST M . OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H ... B OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS H ' . . . . . ' H SUDSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR J 4 ALWAYS IH AOVANCE H riHr4H-Mi"M'iiH-i-H Friday, April 28, 1905. M ACQUISITION OP PUULIC LAND. H It is gratifying to uoto tliut tho H government 1h ntlnst urousod to tho H Hbumoftil way in whioh tho laws arc H violated in tbo taking tip of tbo pub H lio hinds all ovor tho country. It is H high timo tlmt something was heitig H dono iii this mattor. Every land law M has boon viola tod, uud many millions H of ncros of publio laud that uiidor an H honest application of tbo laws would H haro boon nvallablo for honcbt eottlo- M niont mid dovolopniont buvo passod H into tho builds of speculators, in H tho malting of proof it has almost bo B como tbo rule to commit porjury. H Sltico tbo "Tlmbor Culture "net lias m...

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. — 28 April 1905

hBBH CORRESPONDENCE I' ' OVGRTON i 1 I "" I 1- Overton, Nov., April IS, 1005. I Mrs. Fremont Cobb of Monpa i 1 attended tho Old Folks' purty. II 0. II. Hiulth, oxpross ngout of Gal flp ionto, !h hero looking over lho valley m with a vlow to purolinBing roul ostato. Whilo in town today tlio toam of HP I Mr. Gibson took fright and rah into W a wire fonco, lacerating thomaolvos Wt (luito bndly. RL ' Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Turnbenugh of m Pnnnca, who havo boon visiting rola- M. tives tlio prfst wook, will roturn home m tomorrow. WL Tho Old Folks' Party, which took B , ' place lust Friday, was n dooidod B succose, tho ontlro valloy turning B out on innsso. At 3 o'clock tho moot , ing was callod to order and a lino M , " program rondored, consisting of R aougs, recitations, speeches, oto. At fi o'cloclc suppor was sorvod, and Bf without question tho guosta did l justico to tho good things sot boforo r tliom. Tho concluding fouturo of tho Jm program was a grand ball in tho even- Wk ing, whoro ...

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. — 28 April 1905

I THE TEACHER'S FOE H A UTE ALWAYS THREATENED BY H NERVOUS PEOSTHATION, H Ono Who Uroko Down from fHx Year of H Overwork Tolls HowSho 1'ionped H Misery of Unforced Idleness. H "I hnd boon teaching in tho city H 'tohoola steadily for six years," wild Miss H Jnmos, whoio recent return to tho work H from which sho was driven by nervous H oollnpao linn attracted attention. "Tlioy H woro (rroatly overcrowded, especially iu H tho primary dopartmont of which I had H ohargo, and I had boon doing tho work H of two toaehors. Tho strain was too H much for my norvoa and two years ago H tho crisis camo. H " I was prostrated mentally and phy H sically, sent iu my resignation ami never H oxpootcd to bo ablo to ro.suine work. It H noomod to mo thou that I was tho most H misorublo woman on earth. I was tor- H tared by nervous headaches, worn out by H Inability to sloop, and had so littlo H blood that I was us whito as chalk. W "Af tor my aotivo lifo, it was hard to H boar idloucss, and terribly disc...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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