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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 May 1905

BBBBBBBBBBWJBBBBBBWflBFBBBBBBBBWJBBBBBBBBBBBWJBPIIBB IHr BBBBBBBBM I Iron CotmTY Record. l flBv - i BBBmBBI i Volt 2' ' Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, FridayTMaf 19, 1905. "" " Nof24 BBBflfl UMONI JONES PASSES AWAY B Immediate Cause of Death Was Acute B Inllammatioii of Stomach. H WAS YOUNG MAN OP STIRLING WORTH BE Deceased was Well Respected by All Bff Ulcd Strong In Faith Funcrnl H Thursday Afternoon. m It 1h with regret that wo chronical BE -tho doatb of Lnmoui Jonoa, a young Bn man of oxcoptlonnl Stirling qualities. B ilia domlso ocourrod Wednosday,May B 17, mm Ho is tho son of Thomas J. mid K Ellon Lunt Jonoa nnd was lu his H "27th yoar, boing born in Cedar Oity W Fob. 1G, 1878. H Tho doooasod wns called ou n M mission to California whoro ho con- Bi traotod rhoumatism, on account of B which ho was honorably released nnd B returned homo in 1900. Ho suffered Bj greatly with this dioasso up till tho B tirao of his death, although overy- B thing was dono that could bo to B roliovo h...

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. — 19 May 1905

H S GfJr i i ( BB ! VTA II STATE NEWS B Tho national convention of the Wost- B orn Fcdoratlon of Minors will convono H in Bait Lako City on tho 22nd. B Tho Utah travollng men have boon B Invited to tnko part in a special day B' at tho Lewis and Clark exposition. B Juvonllo Judgo Brown of Salt La'lta 1 City has begun a war upon tobacco m doalors who noil clgaretteB to boys un- B dor 18 years of agq. B ' Tho finest Masonic tcmplo In Amer- B lea, west of Detroit, 1b to bo erected at B onco In Salt Lako, ground having boon B purchased last week. B Tho grand lodgo for Utah, Idaho and B Wyoming of tho Ancient Order of B United Workmen will convono In Salt fl Lako during tho wcok. fl About 650 pupils will graduato from fl tho grado Bchools in Salt Lako City this B years, and about 70 from tho regular B courso In tho high school. m Edward Wood's Dontonco for tho kill- H Ing of Alma F. Whlto, at Fish Springs M on Novombor 9 last, will bo ton months B. In the county Jail at Ncphl. B Tho sugar...

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. — 19 May 1905

K ' 1 " " "" "WZ J " "'""Fasss.HMHMH 1BL0T ON STATE'S GOOD NAME ? Unsanitary Condition in Prisons and Slum Di- i tricts a Crime. T B Since the attention of the Chicago authorities was bo forcibly called to tho conditions present In the pcnltcn- tlary other states have beon invosti- gating. Tho rapid growth of tuberculosis Among prisoners In tho Jollot, 111., pen- dtentlary, attended by a marked In- creaso In tho prison death rato, has aroused tho officials to action. An In- vestlgatlon and reform 1b to be instl B tutcd by tho State Doard of Health. ' Tho mombors of this board do not I deny that under tho present conditions all efforts to combat tho disease aro ! hopeless. Hotter genoral sanitary con- dltlonsphuist bo established or It will ! bo Impossible to provent tho 'spread of tuberculosis to all tho present prison ers and to all who may bo bo unfortu 1 nate as to bo sentenced later. This Is another instanco of tho state forcing Its citizens to Hvo under con , dltlons which mean...

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. — 19 May 1905

bLB sn V, : $ Iron County Record B B $ CHARLES S. WILKINSON H J .'PUBLISHER.... H I ESTABLISHED 'DECEMBER, 1093 H t., H CWTCriCO AT THE CROAR CITY POST- B i OPriO-AS OECONO CLASS MATTER H ). OTHERWISE 8TRI0TLY FIRST CLASS B z ...' .,, ,,.. ' - SUBSCRIPTION $I.SO PER YEAR H ALWAYS' IN AOVANCE H 'Friday May 19, 1905. B Tlin KNOCKERS ABROAD. ' Under tlio caption, "Tho Knook- H yr ' era Abroad, " Truth, nf tor stating, tho 1 . clixmmstnncos of tho rocont lush be- 1 twwnr tho huockors Rang and Senator m I Brooot nt Los AngolQS, oIoboh with H tho following criticism: "Why can- B itnt this knocking couso? Of what uso V, is Jt? Tho Smoot cuso is boforo a H '' tribunal that will sottlo it finally, m duo wny or tho othor, vory soon. ' Ho will bo ojcpolloil from'tho sonato, , H or rotaluod. Tho cnso has beon closed HL nnd it now rostB with tho sonato. No, w petty baokbitlng, snob as was hi- B , dulgcd in by tho kuookor's gang at H lx)s Anglos will inlluouoo tho 1 "grarn and rnroroud solgnors, ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 May 1905

1 H I CORRESPONDENCE SPRlNfJDALB Springdalc, Utah, May 14, 1905. Our fntmora tiro preparing for corn plant! tig. Mrs. Samuol Kotnp Camo up lust nigbt to spend a fow days with her pnronts. Mr. Kotnp will follow Inter. Jaiups Crawford und wlfo, nnd Gottfried Ruosou nud wife, just re turned from St. Qoorgo whoro thoy havo boon working In llio tomplo tho Inst week. John I. QilTord and wifo buro gono to St. Ooorgo to work iii tho tomplo this week. Our ugod Patrinrob, Snmuol K. Gifford will work with tbom. Spring bos como today in earnest, but this is tho first warm day wo hnvo had this 'month. Wo had u real snowstorm on tho 10th Inst. If tho weather keeps lino bay cutting will commonco at once. ' ' - -i i m ' WASHINGTON L hi i Wnshiutgou, Utuh, Muy 1G, 190G. Mrs. JJejtba Burlogker who baa boon siok tbo past week is improving. Ethan Hall, Josoph Prlnco and Ilyrum Prlsby, Jr., loft Sntl'ttlny for tho Vegas to Und work. Mr. John Turuboaugb is boro visit ing with bis sister, Mrs. Nuuoy Avoro...

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. — 19 May 1905

J 1 , ; It IBfBj 1 I - in i ii 1 1 i in i ii ; I PMIFOnCIATICA H ' BYEBY BUTFERER WANTS THE VERT 1 QUICKEST (JURE. fl Mr. nonovnn Tlilnk the Bemedjr ViA tjr B Him with fiiirli Ilrmnrknble Huccets B i the IJest Cured bjrFlte Iloxe. H ( "Men who hnvo to do difficult nud H ' tlrWrgetM work oa electric lines at nny H hour of day or night, cnu't afford to havo H anything tho matter with tlioir honlth," V '' mid Mr. Douovnii. You enn imagine, H , thcroforc, how much I wn nlnrmcd ono HL' wiittcrV dny iu 1002, when I was seized H by a pniu just behind my right hip tlmt Hj jnndo it difllcult for mo to wnlk homo. H It wnRo bad by tho tlmo I rcucliod tlio H lioiuso tlmt I wns obliged to go utruight j to bed." PH " Did tlmt rellovo you ?" PH " No, tho pain grow moro Roveru nun H' ' kopt extending downward uloiiguiy leg. sasH " I I (tout for n physician, und hn booh do- cltlorl tlmt I had sciatica. In a fow dnys tho wholo nervo was nffected, and tho least inovemeut brought ou terrible agony." "D...

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. — 19 May 1905

-. H QUICK RESULTS. I" II " W. J. Hill, of Con- fl cord, N. C, Justice of pain. The Uldnoy secretions were very Irregular, dark colored and full of sediment. Tho Pills cleared It all up and I have not had an ache In my back slnco taking tho last dose. My health generally Is Improved a great deal." FOSTEIt-MILBUIW CO., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers, price CO cents per box. The Unappreclatlve Wretchl Contemporary asks, "Is a woman's kiss worth $50.0007" Not with Iamb chops at 75 cents a pound. New York Herald. In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A powder. It cures painful, smartinR.nerv ons feet and ingrowing nails. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Makes new shoes easy. A certain care for sweating feet. Sold by all druggists, 25c. Trial package FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y. Japanese "Hello!" I Tho Japanese "Hello" at the tole- I phono is "Moshl moshl," or "Ano no," with tho accent on tho' "nay." WHERE EYE-8IGHT IS QOOD. " ' Best Where Distances Are ...

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. — 19 May 1905

t M . t ,, i WWWMWW !. Ill III I I WWII I III IWW M H H , .i..i f..l.i - .Ill B I Notice of Forfeiture. Statolino, Utah, J. "7t 1000. H , To Honry Bowon : H You nro lioroby notiflod thnt I Imvo M 'ox'p'o'ndod during tho yoars of 100.1 H nud 1001, two hutidrnd dollars in H labor "d lniprovomontH upon tho H " Mnmmothlodo mining olnim, situated M on Rico Mountain, in Stntolino Miu- i lug District, Iron county, Stnto of Utah, of which tho location certifi cate 1b of rooord in Book "A" No . (58, pago 135, in tho ofllco of tho Ro- ' cordor of enid district, in order to fl hold said olaim under tho provisions M I of section 2321 of tho Rovlsod Stut- H j uto9 of tho Unitod Btntes, annual H ! labor upon mining claims, and B holm? tho nmouut required to hold V said lodo for tho poriod ending on tho ' ! 31st day of Docombor, 1003, nud tho kjpt s'amo for tho yoar 1001. H -j And if within ninoty days nftor tho H publication horoof you fail or rofuso H to contribute your proportion of J such expe...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 26 May 1905

b i BBaflBB jftw bob BflflM IflBVflflnflflBVflB I Iron CouNfY Record. I I V1- 2- Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, May 26, lcfe. ------- t-t j-r Hflfl SUPPLIES FOR I PANAMA CANAL B President Decides Shall be Bought in H Cheapest Market. I "PROTECTION HOGS" SQUEALING. fll Three Members of the Cabinet do not IJ Agree, but President Determine J H on Tariff Reform. HJ Prosidont Roocsvolt lias ralsod tlio B groatoat sensation in tho Ropublionn flj party that it lias known for many B months. Dospito tbo almost tearful B protests of bouio mombors of his cnb- B inot, regardless of tho numerous and indignant objections of manufuctur B ore', ho insists on standing by his B dooislon, annouucod by Socrotary B Taft, that tho Punnmu Canal Com B mission ahull buy thn muchiucry for flj tho canal whoro it can bo bought tho B choapost. "I insist on tho most H , favored nation oluuso for tho United States Govornraont, " Is tho way tho Prosidont puts it and tho stand put- tors fairly wrltho in agon...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 26 May 1905

n , kg H j , UTAH STATE NEWS '-- H Stops aro bolng takon to organize a H Commercial club at Lchl. ;" H Acccordlng to tho city directory for H 1905, Salt Lako has a population of H Salt Lako county is ?GG7,30G richer H this year than a year ago, according H to tho assessment Juflt made, 1 Dostonla Is the namo of the newest H town In Utah. Tho alto of the new H town 1b at Pelican Point, which has H .always boon regarded as a part of H Whilo helping to drlvo piles at the H sugar factory at Lehl, Abo Gatos met H wltli an accident, crushing the tocR of H his right foot. Ono too was nmpu- M H Frank Murphy, well known In Og- H 'den ns "Silent" Murphy, .was killed' at H Promontory Point by a Southern Pa- H clflo train, while walking along the H H 13. W. Kennedy of Ogdon was so- H veroly Injured in a runaway accldont H last wcok, tho team behind w.ilch ho H was riding bolng frightcnod by an H butomobllo. H Tho wool clip at Prlco this spring H amounts to a ltttlo over G35.00U H pounds bo far ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 26 May 1905

-IH I ANOTHER LIFE SAVED. ' m m I Mra, Q. W. Fooks, of Salisbury, Md F -wife of Q. W. Fooks, Sheriff of Wlco- tfcred with kid ney complaint bloating after" eating, and my limbs were badly swollen. One doctor told mo It would Anally turn to Brlght's disease. I was laid up at one time for three weeks. I had not taken Doan's Kidney Pills more than three days when the dis tressing aching across my back disap peared, and I was soon entirely cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 1 Colosseum Is Expensive. ITho government of Italy has to upend $20,000 a y6ar In keeping o Colosseum In repair. TEA I How has so dainty a drink I as tea gone over the world 1 so far, and made friends so r many? 8 ' Good Rule for Life. . Do not think of your faults; still Klcss of others' faults; In overy person who comes near you look for what Is ,good and strong honor that; rejolco in It; and, as you can try to Imitato It, ; and your faults will drop off like doad lc...

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. — 26 May 1905

H ! I Iron County Record j Hj I CHARLES S. WILKINSON H X PUQLISHER... 1 it J M I C3TABLISHC0 DECEMBER, 1003 j H f CNTCnCO AT THE CEDAR CITY POST j H j. OFPIcb AS SECOND CLASS MATTER J HawM I .- J safal i H i. OTHSNWIOn STRICTLY FIRST CLA88 J a m SUUSCRIPTION $I.SO PER YEAR j H ALWAYS IN AOVANCE ) H Friday, May 26, 1905. H TUG AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. M Iu its issuo of tbo 20th inst. Truth H publiflhou n lottor from ouo of tbo H studonta ut tho Agricultural Col lego, H which sovroly nrrnigns President H. Korr of thtit institution. It nl legos H, thnt lnstond of nttondinu: to his biiBl H noos as tho prosltling oilicor of tho H Agricultural Oollogo tbo chief is do- H voting his attention to politics, mid H not only that but it is alleged that H ho has no nvuipathy with tho ngrloul H tural, foaturos of tho oollogo Iu ad H dition to tho lottor from tho studout, B tho groat Utah wookly itself, says H that Ilr. Koru has boon guilty of H gross inlsuso of tho oollogo funds H mid that for somo t...

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. — 26 May 1905

- 1 CpRRESPONDENCE ( SUMMIT, j $ J Summit, Utnb, May 21, 1005. i Pionty of wator for ovoryono-rno ncod to quarrel over U. 1 Tlios. Lawronoo ia freshening up 1 S. 0. Hulot'a bouse with n now coat of paint. IR. Twootllo sustnlnod quito n losa lust wook through tho donth of his lino dairy cow, which bloated ou nlfalfa. Ju.iue S. Dnlloy bus gono to Pro donia to bring homo his brothor ErnRtus nud wife, who bna boon touch ing Bobool tboro this winter. I , Littlo Siald Whlto foil off n horse I on Sunday nud waa kiokod in tho I Bido, but it Is hopod that boyond a Hovoro brulso ho baa roooivod no lu- ! . tornal injuries. I Thla is tho timo of tho year that , tho men folk lik i to tako a holiday 't to bo out of tho way of tho good liouaowivea. Thoy aro doop in tho , tlirooa of house-cleaning. I I ilyrum Dalloy, our Sunday School t , superintendent, has boon quio sick I with ncutnlgiu of tho fitomnch. Wo ! trust bo will soon bo ublo to rosumo his dutios as bo is groutly missed. . Prod and Hono...

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. — 26 May 1905

BBBBM 1 I i bh ' bVJ 1 BaHI fr- -- i r w I LIVING TOO HASTILY H AHERICANWOMEN BREAKDOWN M Irrcffiilnritlos and Female Derange BH ments Itesult Cured by LyUU K BH Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, M ' Owing to our mode and manner of BH lirlng, lid the nervous haste of every BHj woman to accomplish just so much BH each day, it Is said that there is not H one woman in twenty-fivo but what B suffers with some derangement of the B female organlnm, and this is tho secret of bo many unhappy homes, Hi No woman can bo amiable, light BB . hearted and happy, a joy to iter litis- BHU band nnd children, and perform the BBB duties incumbent upon her, when she is BBT suffering with backache, headache, iicrvoiiHncsfl, sleeplessness, bearing. down pains, displacement of the womb, BB . spinal weakness or ovarian troubles. H- Irritability and snuppy retorts take the place of pleasantness, and all sun- HI shine is driven out of the home, and lives are wrecked by woman's great Hfl enomy womb trouble. HI Hea...

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. — 26 May 1905

I mi MiaNwi Bpw-T y .jiqwpi p mr m i .RNPaNiBNNRBBaMiii rim )nHNI HI : H The Young Physician. WHAT HIS EXPERIENCE PROVED. , . In tlio early sixties it was usually tho duty of n practicing physician to rldo many miles ovory day on his regular round of visits upon nls patients. In thoso days a youne man who hadrccolved a splendid medical training In ono of tho best medical colleges of that day was ac- customed to rldo ton, twenty or thirty miles or more visiting tho sick and aflllctcd. Ills success was soon phenom enal. Doctors and families called him for. consultation to towns at considerable dis tances by rail. Ono of his specialties was tho euro of thoso distressing diseases of women. Ho had early discovered that by combining tho vegetable extract of tho following medicinal plants In Just tho right proportion without tho Ubo of alco holhis proTrtptlon invariably cured such cases. Later, In order to placo this remedy Iwforo tho public In a shape easily to bo procured, ho established...

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. — 26 May 1905

fl bbbK I 1 '- " ' . BH H J Notice of Forfeiture. Statollno, Utah, Jan. 27, 1005. HJ To Henry Bowon : m Yau aro horoby notiflod that I havo 1 oxpoudod during tho yonrs of 1003 Hjv- nud 1001, two hundred dollars in HJ labor and improvements upon tho HJ Mammoth lodo mining claim, sltuntod HJ on Ulco Mountain, in Stntolino Mln- HJ ing District, Iron county, Stato of H Utah, of which tho location certifi- HJ oato is of record in Book "A" No H 03, pngo 135, in tho ofllco of tho Ro- HJ ourdor of said district, in order to HJ hold Bald claim under 'tho provisions H of section 2321 of tho Rovisod Stat- HJ utos of tho Uuitod States, annual HJ lalor upon mining claims, nud HJ boing tho amount roquired to hold Hj said lodo for tho poriod ending on tho HJ .list day of Dccombor, 1003, and tho HJ Bamo for tho yoar 1001, HJ ' And if within ninoty days after tho HJ publication horoof you fail or rofuso HJ to oontributo your proportion of HJ ' such oxpondituros as go -owner, your H iutorost in tho p...

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. — 2 June 1905

Fr w Hflflflsi I w vi bhhhI I IJRQN Cqunt Record. I B V3. 12. "" Cedar Oty, Iron County," Tteb,p, June 2, 1905. No- 76 : BH H A SIGNIFICANT FIND. flH1 fl "Wagon and. Harness Fouud in the fl Mincrsville Canyon. f' y. Has Been Burled Some Years and flfl May Have Been the Property HV '""'ated Pennys. HH, Tntorots in tlio Ponuy murder caso HJjf has boon rovlvcd by tho unearthing Hk of a wagon and harness iutbo Minora- Hr villo canyon a fow days ago, wbloh is H boliovod to bnvo boon tbo property HIE of tbo nnfortuunto father and Bon flK who dlBappoarod bo mysteriously II vo H'jt or years ago, and worn last Boon 1 not flf very many mUos from wbore tho l wagon was oxhumod. Bv Nowb of tho And roaohod Codar last Saturday and Sheriff Froyd started B out as oarly as possiblo to iuvosignto B tho matter. Ho has just Toturucd -fl homo today and furnisbos some ad- ditional information to that oontain- od in tho nppondod communication ,B from Parowan. " ITho BhorlfF Bays that ho mado u ' thorough B...

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. — 2 June 1905

fl a I H V NEWS SUMMARY v H Blx mon wero Instantly killed at H Columbus, 0., as tho rosult of a bollor H explosion. H As tho result of tho wrecking of a H train near Losasvaya, Russia, a score H of persons wcro hilled and injured. H Tho chief of pollco of Snylten dls- H trlct (Russia) has been shot and H seriously wounded by a , band of H roughs. H Tlio Turkish government 'fs rushing Hr troops-to tho Vilayet of Yemen, Araba, H whl oli has been In a. stato of rovolu- H tlon for some tlmo past. H President Roosevelt has rcltorated H his Intention to call congress In extra H session October 1G next, to consider H railroad rato regulation. H Twenty persons woro Injured, ono H woman critically, seven of tho others H being badly hurt, In a rear-end col- H llslon on tho oTovnted railway In Now York City. During a nearly morning flro in u Hf tononicnt houso in Bran nan strcbt, San B Francisco, J2mmnnuol Lcheur.cz, a H Frenchman, forty-six years old, was H burned to death. H A special from E...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 June 1905

PHB 8oy Bean Cheese. Tho municipal laboratory of Pari! iZ hCnnXn,!f"n,.ng: th0 wPrtenU i?,? . 7 n VK01' wh0 has manufac lii Vu,7 flucvculont ceoso from the small Chinese bcnns known as "eoj b0?nH-' Tho doctor finds that the pulp of these beans contains many ol the i casolne qualities, and that tho re sulting composition is both nourlshlne and pleasant to tho tasto. I TEA I We Americans .think we I are smart; but tea is too I much for us. I ;AVe are the worst of buy- I eis ofit; so they say. Your grocer return, your money It jou donr Ilk8(klillllnjj'llet. Clothing Injures Health. Tho South African natlvo affairj commission reports that whllo tha H adoption of Europoan clothing by th I natives has promoted public decency 11 H has Injured tho health of tho wearers TEA fl, Which do you spend most I money on, tea or whiskey? Which pays? You will never know how small soma great men aro unless you have oc- caslon to go to them for a favor. H In a Pinch, Uo ALLEN'S FOOT.EASE. H A powder. It...

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. — 2 June 1905

-.s-BBI---B , : : Iron County Record ; H) ' W CHARLES S. WILKINSON H' ESTABLISHED DECEMDER, 1893 H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST H OFFICE A8 SECOND CLA89 MATTER OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIK8T CLA83 B T SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR H, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H ! H"l"l"Ht""H"l"H"l"l-'H"H"H-' H Friday, June 2, 1905. H ' WHAT ARE G5TRAY5? H Tho" quoatlon hug Ijooii asked, 1 "U'lmt la 11 Htrny?" Tho Rovlesd H Statutes, section 111, says: H ."All hornos, usosa, mulos, and neat H cattlo found running at largo, oxcupt fk sucking nnimuls running with tbolr H morhors nud upon which thoro is no H brand, nud all such nnimuls that nro KM hrnndod, tho owner of which cannot, Hf after n roaoHiinblo sonrch, ho found, H and which huvo hcou running nt lnrgo fl on nny initio within tho etnto for two yonrs or tnoro, nud nil hogs found B running nt largo upon tho promises H of nny person other than tholr owuor, nro horoby doolaiod to L1'0 H Estrnys nud forfoitod to tho State." H Hoot Ion 1171 says: "Every por- B nou...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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