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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 28 April 1905

I I CUBAN MINISTER T U.S. Recommends Pe-m-na. iS 22FS'"'53.'r J" ""'' -"" HE?'0 HSHIIv Sonor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States. Senor Qucsada, Cuban Minister to the Unitod States, Is an orator Dora. In n article in The Outlook for July, 1809, by George Eonnan, who heard Qucsada peak at thoEstoban Theatre, Matanzas, Cuba, no said: "I havo seen many audlonoea under tlio spell of eloquent speech and in the grip of strong emotional j excitement; but havo rarely witnessed such a sccno ns at the close of Qucsada's j eulogy upon the dead patriot, Marti." In a letter to The Peruna Medicine Com- ' pany, written from Washington, D. C, Sonor Qucsada says: j u . "Peruna I can recommend as a very good medi cine. It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh. " Qonzalo De Qucsada. Congressman J. II. Bankhcad, of Ala- jbcuna, one of tho most influential mem- , Dcrs of the House of Representatives, in a letter wri...

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. — 28 April 1905

H Notice of Forfeiture. M Stntollno, Utnli, Jan. 27, 1005. H To Iloury Demon : H You aro horoby- notified tlmt I hnvo H oxpondod during tho yonrs of 1003 H nnd 1001, two hundred dollars in H lhbor aud Improvements upon tho H - Mnmmoth lodo mining olnim, slluntod H on Rico Mountain, in Stntollno Mln- H iug District, Iron county, Stnto of H Utnh, of whioh tho location cortlfl- H onto is of record in Book "A" No H OB, pago 185, in tho ofllco of tho Ro- H oordor of said district, in ordor to H hold sold claim under tho provisions H of eoctlon 2:t21 of tho Rovlsod Stat- 1 utoa of tho Unitod Statos, nnnunl t labor upon mining claims, and B boiug tho amount roquirod to hold B snid lodo for tho period ondlng on tlio H 31st day of Dccombor, 1003, and tho H samo for tho year 1001. H And if within niuoty days nftor tho H publication horoof you fail ohrofuso M to contributo your proportion of B suoh oxpondituroH ns co-owner, your B intorost in tho proporly or claim will M bocomo tho proporty 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. — 5 May 1905

HJ HH9H1 k- uit, HHHH HWHK; ..., Aift , HHH I Iron Couifrf Record. I HB Vo1- 1Z , CcdaTCiiy.lron Countyffjftah, Friday, May 5, 1905. "No. 22 SECY HITCHCOCK'S PATRIOTIC WORK H; jGiganlic Land Thieves will be Brought Hp to Justice. H THREATENED TO ASSASSINATE HIM. HK, HJ' Tvo Men Acquired Title to Nearly HB 32,000,000 Acres Aluch of It HH, . nincrnl and Coal Land. H; Wnshlngton, D. 0., April 27, 1095. B, No tnau with tho prosont ndmiuistr HK ntion has done moro to purify tbo B,' f ". fodoral sorvico than Ethan Allen HK' ' Hitoboook, soorotary of tbo Intorlor. HJT With a qulot dotorniiuntion whloh is Hft-y ono of his ohiof ohnriotoristios, FE4' Soorotary Illtohoook 1ms Hot himsolf MM tho horouloan task of bronking up tho Kfi gignutlo syatom of fraud which hns 5!l. ' loug dominated tho ud ministration IMft "''' of tbo public domain, and wth loss KB? ' ' publioity thnn tho post-ofllco invest- Kk igutlon, whloh Involved loss than half ' " ,u ,. n million dollars, ho had secured tho jW ind...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 May 1905

BbI Hi M iiiwi I UTAH STATE NEWS M It Is announced that Utah will not B bo entitled to any school sections In M tho Uintah Indian reservation when It H Js opened. M Marlon Clement, nged 17, in attempt- H Jng to swing out from under a passen- M per train when In motion, in Salt Lale, H was seriously Injured. H Frank Price of South Cottonwood H accldontnlly fell on a pitchfork and B pierced his right check hy ono of its M tines, Inflicting a serious woHind. H C. O. Whitehead of Salt Lake City, H while temporarily insano, Jumped M from a train hetween San Bernardino fl and Rcdlands, Cal., and was killed. M It In reported that Lehi is to have B a grist mill with up-to-dato machinery H Jpr the manufacture of breakfast M foods, as well as all kinds of Hour. B The fruit growors of Weber county M last week perfected organization with M tho election of a board of directors B and tho adoption of a constitution. m Harry Moss, on trial at Ogdcn for H tho murder of William. E. Stono, dur- M Jng'...

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. — 5 May 1905

1 H I .; m f HH 1 A VOICE FROM THE PULPIT. 1 .aiR,?r',Jac?b D- Van Doren, of 57 I Sti'1" Fnd Du Pres- 'byterlan clergyman, says: "I had at- H tacks of kldnoy disor ders which kopt mo In the house for days at a time, unable to do anything. What I suf fered can hardly be told. Complications sot In. the particulars of which I win bo Pleased to glvo In a personal Interview to any one who requires Information. This I can conscientiously -- l 8ay' Doau'8 Kidney SVirSr-H Pills causod a general H . ... improvement In cy. m health. They brought great relief by lessening the pain and correcting the m action of tho kldnoy secretions." m Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all H -dealers. Price, CO cents. Foster-Mil- K hum Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Real Meaning of Old Saying. I Tho proverb, "All roads lead to II Homo," seoms to come from the ( French. Mme. do Sevlgno and La Jf Fontalno both uso It: "Tous chemlns m vont a Rome," "Tout Chomln raeno a Rome." Tho meaning these wrltora I savo to tho phraso wa...

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. — 5 May 1905

I 1 H $ Iron County Record H . H .- CHARLGS S. WILKINSON H V . . PUDLI3HER-- H X'--'-" ..... .4r... . H X ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1093 H CNTERED VT THE CEDAR CITV P08T- B . OFFICE AS GECOMD CLASS MATTER H OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS bbH 3. H t SUDGCNIPTION.$I.CO,PER YEAR H X ALWAYS IN ADVANCE J Friday. May 5, 1905. B THE 111(111 SCHOOL. H TI10 (incfltlon of tlio introduction H of high schools in n numbor of tlio H lurger Hottlomonts of tlio stuto ia H (iiigaglng tlio attontion of tlio pooplo H to a considerable ox tout tbeso duys. H Tlio tinio floonis to liavo couio when H nn (Hluciitlon Riich as is alfordod by H tlio ordinury dtstrlot school will not H Hudloo for tlio coming iuoii and H women df our stnto, na tlio cdiiont- H ionnl standard of olllolonoy ifl eon- H tlnunlly boing o.xtondod. An 1m m portnnt consideration in connection 1 witb this general niovo for filghor 1 education ia, or should bo, tlio IiubI H noss in lifo that tbo pupils will linvo m to follow for n living afto...

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. — 5 May 1905

p""""" " "" "' ", I . H i .4.?-H"Mt"'Jl"t'"', l H J Iron County Record ; H .j. CHARLES S. WILKINSON PUBLISHER... X ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1093 IB . CNTEflED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- T HH OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER j H 3. OTHERWIBK STRICTLY FIRST CLASS f SUDSCniPTlON.$I.SO,PER YEAR f M 5 ALWAYS IN ADVANCE J ' n H Friday, May 5, 1905. H tub moil school. H Tim iiuoslioii 0 tho Introduction B of high schools in n iiumbor of tbo H liirgcr Hottlonionts of tbo stnto is H (nignglnfr tlio attontlou of tbo pooplo H to a considomblo oxtont tbcso dnys. H Tbo tlnio eoomB to bavo ootno wli'on H nn education such ns is nlfordod by H tbo ordinary district school will not H Hudlco for tbo coming 111011 and H womon (if our stnto, us tbo cducnt- H ionul Btandnrd of ofllolonoy is con- H tluunlly boing cxtonded. An Im H porlnnt consideration in connection H with tbis goncnil niovo for higher H education is, or should bo, tbo buBl noss in lifo that tbo pupils will bnvo H to follow for a living nftor tbo...

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. — 5 May 1905

" Knducted by M. J. WRAOo! jlr. WraRg Invites contributions ot Ay new Ideas that readers of this de rtinent may wish to present, and Kuld be pleased to answer correspond deKlrlns Information on subjects cussed. Address M. J. Wrarg, Wau , Iowa.l IhY JACK FROST'S WORK DIF 1 FERS IN SPOTS. Kvcry Northern farmer 1ms gono In- his fields fiomo sharp fall morning tor tho first killing frost to tlnd Krts of tho vegetation killed, whllo Btclics hero and there were seem Btfy unaffected. It Is often the caso at within a Blnglo ncro a dozen flnnll areas may bo found unharmed m tho night's temperature, whllo al Mound tho injury Is fatal. Thoro aro several reasons which Bnlrlbuto to such a result, tho prlncl- ftl one being the dlffercnco of tho pdiating powers of tho Various soils Rat make up tho outcrop. Dark soils jdlato heat more rapidly at night Kan light ones, and heat up corro- xmdlngly quicker under the In- uence of tho sun's rayd. Tho char- fter of foliago of tho plants, tho Bnount of mol...

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. — 5 May 1905

'9L. T H Conducted by M. J. WRAOQ. (Mr. WragR invites contributions ot liny now Ideas that readors of this de partment may wish to prcsont. and would be pleased to answer correspond ents uolrlnp Information on HUbJects discussed. Address M. J. Wracr. Wau kee. lowa.J WHY JACK FROST'S WORK DIF FERS IN SPOTS. Every Northern farmer has gono In to hla Holds somo sharp fall" morning aftor tho first killing frost to tine! parts of tho vegetation killed, whllo patches hero and there were seem ingly unaffected. It Is often tho caso tfcnt within a single aero a dozen Email areas may bo found unharmed . by tho night's tempornture, whllo all around tho Injury Is fatal. Tliero aro several reasons which contribute to such a result, tho princi pal ono being the difference of tho t radiating powors of tho Various soils that make up tho outcrop. Dark solU radlato heat more rapidly at night than light ones, and hoat up corre spondingly quicker under tho In fluence of tho sun's rayd. Tho char acter of...

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. — 5 May 1905

I A TRAINED NURSE H After Years of Experience, Advises Women in H Regard to Their Health. H eating and froauontly become aaaaaaaaa ss B nausoatod. I had on acrid discharge and ncss, faintnesa, lassitude, excitability, waaaM n down through ny limbs w r could irrUabnjty nervousness, sleepless' testi arssr writ sitrS&nSt; ?? H I'lnkbam'.. Vegetable Compound, however, "want-to-bo-left-alone ' feel ngs, blues 1 cured mo within four months. Slnco that and hopelessness, they should remem- m ime I hav bad occasion to recommend lt to bor thero Is ono tried and true remedy. B number of patlenbi sufforinjr from all Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- rnaaW forms of female dlfflcultfos, and I Ond that pound at once removes such troubles. W while it Is considered unprofessional to roo BV ommend a patent medicine. I can honestly No other femalo medicine in the H rocommend Lydla E. llnkham't Vegetable world has received such widespread BV Compound, for I have found that lt cures and unqualified ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 May 1905

M i I? Fo-m, Breath. Wm, ,f ou! wreath is caused by foul stomach MM attended with torpid liver, bitter or bad t tasto, furred toniiuo, loss of, or Irregular ft appotlto, hoavy or full bloated feeling In Ml stomach, " water brash," or sour eructa- K tlons of gas, sick or bilious hoadachos, j disposition to despondonoy, or "tho i bluos," Irrltnblo temper or peovlshness ; and kindred symptoms. Not all of theso ;' symptoms are present In ovory caso. Wm To tone up and Invlgorato both stom- R ach and llvor and start tho dlgestlvo pro- ) cesses Into healthy action, thero Is, to say N' the least, no superior agent to Dr. Florco ml , Goldon Medical Discovery. It Is prepared ' without the uso of n partlclo of alcohol, W from tho actlvo medicinal principles ox- f , tracted from tho roots of natlvo American w tfi plant, and an honestly madn, safo mod- nl lclno that any ono may tako w Ithout foar il 5 forming an appotlto for stimulants. If Its benefits and euros aro lasting and not IS Blmply tho...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 5 May 1905

H L I 4 ' "i i ii - ' - H Notice of Forfeiture. H Stntoliuo, Utub, Jan. 27, 1005. H l'o Honry Bowon H You nro horoby notlOod that I havo 1 oxpondod during tho years of 1003 H nnd 1001, two hundred doll ura in H labor nnd lmprovomouts upon tho H 'Mnmmothlodo'mlnlug claim, situntod H on Rico Mountain, in Stntolino MIu- H ing District, Iron county, Stuto of H Utnh, of which tho locntion cortifl- fl cato is of record in Hook "A" No B' 08, pago 135, in tho olllco of tho Ro- HH oordcr of said district, in ordor to H hold snld clnim under tho provisions of Bootion 2321 of tho Rovlsod Stat- utos of tho Unltod States, annual H labor upon mining claims, and fl boing tho amount roquirod to hold B said lodo for tho period ending on tho H 31st day of Dccotnbor, 1003, and tho H sntno for tho yoar 1001. B And if within ninoty days aftor tho H publication horoof you fall or rofuso Hj to contributo your proportion of H Buoh oxpondlturos as co-ownor, your H intorost in tho proporty or claim will fl h...

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. — 12 May 1905

WMmMmMmMwilW f PlPBBBHiHBHWBBWBPWwlj" 1 P" j r - , m ii mm mm" . , -j 7 Wl 1 I on County Record. I H Vo1, l2' Cedar Gty, Iron County, UtahrFriday, May 12, 1905. No.23 CONTEST RESULTS I . IN A DEADLOCK I Each Side Wins Fifty-four Points, H Meet Declared a Draw. I DIRECTOR MILNE'S CLOSE ESTIMATE H The Full List of Events, With Win- H ners of First, Second and H Third Places. H If tho ntlilotio contest nt tho Normal H enmpua last Saturday did not como H up to, tho expectation)) of anyone, it H was duo to tbo fnot ttmt tho spoakors H at tbo mooting in tho Normal build- H ing onoronclicd upon tho tlmo intend- od for tho contest. Tbo moot was to havo comtnonccd at 4 p.m., but in ronltiy did not slnrt until aftor 15. This necessitated tho rushing of mattors, nud did not give tlmo for all tho oventi) to follow scucosslvoly. As announced last week tho sides had boon piokod by Director Milno ) with n view to making tho contest ns ' closo as possible, and tbo oiitupmo !v proved that ho had tho...

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. — 12 May 1905

BBJB T BBBBBBb YbYbYbYbYJ IH j'WMwl,llllllllllil,lll,lwl m JAPS STRAIGHTEN RUSSIAN LINES BBBI Little Brown Men Constantly Alert and BBBl Force the Enemy to Retreat a B Little a H DANDIT8 HAVE RUSSIAN RIFLES BBBJ Twenty-five Thousand Chinese Said to BBBJ Have Been Armed by Japanese BBBj With Captured Weapons. BBBJ Gndgoyadana, Mnnchtirla. Since BBBJ April 29 tho Jnpancso liavo boon ad- BBBj vanclng slowly and ' Jntormlttcntly, BBBJ pushing forward their' columns buc- BBBj cosslvcly from right to left, under BBBJ cover of a screen of cavalry nnd Chi- BBBJ ncse bandits. Tho advance has re- BBBJ suited In straightening tho alignment BBBj of tho opposing armies, Russian do- BBBJ tachments which wbrc far advanced on BBBJ tho flanks being forced to rotire. BBBJ Erdagou, to tho eastward, was occu pied May fi, but under pressure by the Russians tho .lapancso later evacuated tho place. On tho left tho Russian cavalry retired behind tho Llao river, tho Japanese occupying I'alaotun, San llngan ...

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. — 12 May 1905

10 M0REHEADACHE GENERAL WEAKNESS AND FEVER DISAPPEAR TOO. How n Woinnn Win lv 1 from Troubles Thnt Hnd Mmlo I.I To "Wretched for Jinny Yrnra. Tho immbdioto ennscs of headaches vary, but most of thorn conio from poor or poisoned blood. In runoniiii tho blood ,( Is scanty or thin ; tho norvcH nro impcr- i fectly nourished nnd pain is tho wny in , , 'which they express thoir weakness. In I c 'colds tho bluod absorbs poison from tho I mucous surfaces, nnd tho poison irritntos 'tho uorves nnd producos pnin. In rhuu- jinntism, malaria nnd tho grip, tho poison H '' in thoblood produces like discomfort. In indigestion tho gnsos from tho impuro mnttor lcopt in tho systom nffect tho blood in tho sumo wny. Tho ordinnry hcudncho-cures nt best givo only tompornry relief. They denden tho pnin but do not drivo tho poison out jof tho blood. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills 'on tho contrary thoroughly rcuow tho blood nnd tho jmiu disappears porinn .nontly. Women in particular havo found 'theso pills nu unfa...

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. — 12 May 1905

H .a-aM mtmm- hi .. , :: Iron County Record H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H .... PUBLISHER-... H ..................., H E3TADLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H ENTCREO AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- H OFFICE AO SECOND CLASS MATTER H . OTHERWISE STRICTLY PIRST CLASS H . . . H SUDSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE X H "Vf ,W"l''i"li4'4"M4"M"iH"Miii H Friday, May 12, 1905. H Itagulnr through eorvico 1h how nn H notunlity botwoon Suit Luko mid Los H Augolofl via tlio San Pedro, Lob Ango- H lea & Salt Luko rallrond. This plncos H Hothoru Utnli within about a day or H two's travel of lower California. It H Booms nltnoht too good to bo roal. H Innainiicli as competition is general- H ly rognrdod oh a good thing, it looks H na If Salt Lako City could nialto no H inlstuko in granting tlio Nowhouso H npplioittlnu for an olootrlo light frun- H cbiso. Competition in suoh mattorc H in porliapH tlio bent availablo eubati- H tuto for pulilio owuorehip. H A bitterly contootodstriko baa been H in progress for ...

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. — 12 May 1905

CORRESPONDENCE suMMrrTrT Summit, Uttili, Mny 10, 1005. Whoro Ib tbo beautiful Mny woath or that poota sing about? JuIIur S. Dalloy is in Godar this week lln IbIiIiik tho school tonn of Jos. T. Wilkinson, Jr., who bus boon called on a mission. John S. Ilnytt nud John P. Orton, homo missiounrios from Pnrowan, woro with us on Sunday, mid greatly ploasod tbo congregation with tboir interesting mid instructive talk. Tboso who attended tho Sundny School convention from this plnoo, roport mi excellent time. Tho in structions recoivod lu tho dilforont doparnionts woro very appreciable David Iwoodio is fcolihig almost as good ns if ho bud boon u inombor of Pros. Roosovclt'a hunting party, duo to tho fact that bo killed n largo wild cat Inst wook, with no otbor weapons than a dog and somo stonoe. David snyB it was mi ugly nud ferocious I thing to attack. Tho fuuornl of Bro. James Dnlloy wiib hold Inst Friday. Although tbo woathor wus vory inolomont tho most stormy dny wo liad bnd in six mouth...

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. — 12 May 1905

1 V . H HAPPY WOMEN. H Mrs. Pare, - H Ky, says: "I i.W H from a corn- p'V'MjrCT'JM H Iillcatlon of &pMg)i&) p H kidney trou- ft jplFAvp 1nI m bios. Besides BJA yPj B a bad back, YO7 ' Jf B I bad a great j J H bio' with tho Sta- 1 which wci'o exceedingly variable, somo- times excessive and at other times m scanty, Tho color was high, and pasB- B ages were accompanied with a scald trig sensation. Donn's Kidney Pills soon regulated the kidney secretions, making their color normal and ban- Ialicdtho Inflammation which caused H tho scalding sonsatlon. I can rest H well, my back Is strong and sound and H I feel much better In every way." H Fof salo by all dcalors, price CO conts, per box. FOSTEH-M1LBURN CO., Buffalo, N. Y. H Don't Work Both Ways. J Tno people who aro most eager to H pharo their troubles aro usually those who aro most stingy with their good H 'luck. I TEA H Schilling's Best is in pack- H ages; never comes out of a H bin or canister. " In ererjr iokaire of Schilling...

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. — 12 May 1905

i tMM I A JUDGE'S WIFE 1H, S Quickly Cured by a Short Course of Pe-ru-na. VTRS- minnib b. McAllister, wife of Judge McAllister, writes from 1217 West 33rd street, Minneap- suffered for years with a pain In the small of my back and right side. It Interfered often with my domestic and social duties and I never supposed that I would be cured, as the doctor's medi cine did not seem to help me any. "Fortunately a member of our Order advlsen mo to try Pcruna and gave It such high praise that I decided to try It. Although I started in with little faith, I felt so much better In a week that I felt encouraged, and am happy Indeed to be nblo to say ' 'Words fall to express my gratitude. Perfect health once more Is the best thing I could wish for, and thanks to Pcruna, I enjoy that now " Pain In the back, or on the right side. How often a physician hears this Over and over wo hear women say: "I have a paid in the small of my back. I have a pain in my right side, just bo Theso symptoms indicate...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 May 1905

HT j T Ml B Notice of Forfeiture. M Statolliio, Utah, Jan. 27, 1905. H To Honry Bowon : H Yoa nro horoby notiflod that I liaro H oxpondod during tho yours of IDO.'J H and 1004, two hundrod dollnra in H labor ntid improvomonts upon tho H Mnmmothlodo mining olaim, sltuntod H on Rioo Mountnin, In Stnlollno Mln- H iug Difltrlot, Iron county, Stnto of H Utah, of which tho locntion certlfl- H oato is of record in Hook "A" No H OH, pago 135, in tho ofllco of tho Ro- H cordor of said district, in ordor to H bold Bald claim undor tho provisions H of fiootion 2324 of tho Rovlsod Stat- H uton of tho Unltod Statos, annunl H labor upon mining olaims, and H boing tho amount required to bold H said lodo for tho poriod ending on tho H Hist day of Dccombor, 1003, and tho H jnmo for tho year 1001. B And if within ninety days aftor tho H ' publication boreof you fall or rofuso H ' to coutributo your proportion of H ' bucIi oxpondlturos as co-owner, your H Intorost in tho proporty or oluim will H , ' b...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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