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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 June 1905

IS - W MB' . mj Mi Ww tl. Dnllcy t 1 ! HH I Iron Couwy Record. I H! Vol. 2. Cedar Gty, Iron County; Utah, Friday, June 23, 1905. No. 29 BR STAKE CONFERENCE H Convened in Cedar Tabernacle Last H Saturday and Sunday. M No (lencral Authorities Present, Out B Local Speakers Entertain Fair B Sized Congregations. B (By Stake Olork. ) H MinutoB of ibo qunrtorly oon- Kk foronoo of tho Pnrownn Sako of Zlou, ff in Cedar Oity tnbornuolo Saturdny H nud Sundny, Juno 17 mid 18, 1005. H Proslduot U. T. Jonos presiding. B Oponod Saturdny rrtortiI. k at 10 a. H m. by Blueing from pago 105, "Lord Wo Como Boforo Thoo Now." Prayor by Brother Win. Ilaalam. Sinking from pngo 358, "Prayer is B tbo Soul's Slncoro Desire." im' Bro Jonos mndo oponiug remarks. Sugotsod that ngod pcoplo ulwnys I ' tnko snots on tbo obalrs in tbo ccutor m of tbo building. Conforonoo, on account of tbo Normal Sobool being i locatod boro, will horoaftor bo bold ': Saturdny nnd Sundny instead of Sun- '' day and Monday as formerly....

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. — 23 June 1905

H - - - --T H VTA II STATE NEWS H Citizens of Sprlngvlllo nro making m preparations for a moiiBter Fourth of M July celebration. H Tho first cutting of lucern liny Is be- B ing gathered over tho statu, nnil I hero H is a good average crop. m Fall and winter wheat Is roported In M good condition all over tho stato. and H an oxcellont hnrvosl Is expected. M J A number of members of tho rcllg- H (oils 'hccI known as tho "Holy Jump- B crs" have arrived In Ogdon and ostnb- H llshcd hendqunrtcrs, & Gus Peterson wns seriously cut B about, tho fnco during a row with three B or four other Swedes at Ogden. Tho B 1men havo been arrested. B ; ,BuslncsH men, fannora and laboring B men of Mt. Pleasant nro working hand- M in-hand to socuro tho location of a su- H gar factory nt that point. M Many of tho box elder trees In Snlt M Lake nro being attacked by n now B. specie of scalo that bears a close re- H ' Bcmblnnro to tho woolly nphls. fl It Is claimed that farmers of Salt H Lako county nro s...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 June 1905

HBHMJ(BBHRBBBBBPBBBBMe -mHHI fi ,;j ! SADIE ROBINSON. I'tnUj Girl Suffered From Nervousness and Polvlc Cilarrh Found Quick Relief in a Fow Days. KflMi l!PP!3pCTil , t-v $&&&l!i $S8JHlr s ' ?li ' v2: 3k''ira! &V',wlHlt iffiii "& - iA'1Ss( " "mwffllTP7ff W & - 3"l!ftsK&Nt & 'i'?wEfSaHB(IB aaaaaaaaBMC'MuH fLvvH8lfHi 9uSv xxS flK K -MwwiflWBB 'lj V'&l J?-" S iiiinifiliifri-iii' V1iia NERVOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS CURED BY PJ-RU-NA. " Miss Sadio Robinson, 4 Rand street, ' Tdaldeu, Mass., writes: "Peruna was recommended to mo about a year ago as an excellent remedy for the- troubles peculiar to our sex,and , as I found that all that was said of this medicine was true, I am pleased to endorse it , "I began to use It about seven months i ego for weakness and nervousness, I -caused from overwork and sleepless- j ness, and found that In a few days I began to grow strong, my appetite In- j creased and I began to sleep better, consequently my nervousness passed 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. — 23 June 1905

HS-? 7 ! 'h MiMiMiMKMKiwimaaaismaaajBj H Iron County Record j PHPHPHJ, isiucci trtnr rmoY H ! '. SOUREERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PAINT- . IbXxH; INC COMPANY 1 . , K 7 CHARLES S. WILKINSON H ' T ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 f X ................ H I ENTERED AT THE CtOAR CITY POST- H X OFFICE At 8B.C0-I0 CLASS MATTER BSSflsHfl ! "....-., , H X SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR fl X ALWAYS IN H Friday, June 33, 1905. H CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. H For eomo timo passed this pupor H has boon trying to establish 11 classl- H a Hod ndvortiBOtnonts department, real- H Utufi that it will not only l source H of rcvomio to tho paper, but also a H groat couvbulcnco to tho poople, when B 01100 thoy uro educated up to its hon- H ollts. You can eavo yoursolvoH dol- H lura in timo froquouttly by tho ox- H poudituro of only n few couts on our H want column. Iloro is tho situation ; B A him n Riirdou nnd raWo3 moro vegetables tlan ho requires for his H own coueumptiou. To run siround H town nnd npprlso evoryon...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 June 1905

Hi I CORRESPONDENCE I SUMMIT. I 1 Summit, Utah, Juno 21, 190.". f Mrs. Nollio D. Dnlloy of Codar Is visiting tho family of Wm. V. f Dulloy. Cards uro out niinouiioing n rerop- I tlou ou tho 23rd lust, nt tbo homo of i Mrb. Elzyna Unlet In Louor of Mr. . 4 imd Mre. N 0. Alndscn. I'. Mr. Aloo Davla of Oirolevlllo is 1 visiting his Mother, Mrs. Snrnh ' Oavia, and employing tbo timo by jmttlug u fonco nrouud lior pretuolsc?. MrB. Lotty U. Dnlloy gnvo a very rnjoyablo party last week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nlola 0. Madaou. (' Dainty refreshments, consisting of 4 ico croam, enko,' otc, woro aorved. p"""1- Hyrum Dal ley nud wifo nro on- trotainiiig a vory young lady, who will uiako an iudoflulto stay with thorn. Sho arrivod yesterday morn ing nud Boom a quito contented with horo surroundings. -f. A number from Summit nttondod !' conforonco at Godar nud express thorn- Helves hh being woll ropald for thoir disugrocablo drlvo. Tbo solos given , i at tho dliferont mootlngs woro greatly appre...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 June 1905

W- ' M Vj LbibV' IWE H' Vm 1 ' B H - .a a iw i i . AHt I WHY EYESIGHT FAILS M INFERIOR ARTIFICIAL LIQHT FRE- B QUENTLY THE CAUSE. H fllumlnants of the Past, One and All, H Have Serious Defect Acetylene H Gas, with Its Clear, Unwavering, Yet H Soft Flame Cannot Hurt the Eye. H Chicago, June 20. No one can M to Into our nchools or meet n m group of children on the street H without noticing hov large a number M of them wear spectacles. The propor- B tlon scorns to Increase yearly, and m thcro are many more who ought to M wear glasses. The experience of one H teacher might be duplicated by the M score, Sbe knew Alice was lnatten- H tlvo and she thought she was unusual' H ly stupid.' She said eo to the principal H nnd sent a noto -to tli mother, rd- H questing that the child be helped at m homo if she wished her to keep up H with her class. One day after a black- H board explanation, the teacher called H upon the child and found that sho H bad not seen what had been written. H Sho was ke...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 June 1905

H W Description of War Vessels. X JUttloshlps aro heavily nrmored, vm ressols, carrying largo nnd henvy ,B tuns, whoso defensive and offensive V aualltlcs aro moro Important than 'm their speed. Cruisors have great L speed; i they are armored, they ap proach tho battleship; If protoctod, they carry armor over the most vul nerable parts; It unprotected they de pend on their speed for safety. Moni tors aro low-lying ve&Bels of compara tively little spuod, with revolving tur rets, wherein tho heavy guns are placed; they are principally for av bor defense. Gunboats are light draft crulpors. Torpedo boats aro very fast, low-lying vessels, armed princi pally with torpedoes; torpedo boat destroyers aro larger and faster tor pedo boats. Corvettes aro sailing ves sels, smaller than frigates. Dispatch boats are any, swift vessels used for carrying dispatches. i Merely a Side Issue. This Is truly tho ago of business. Wo Itnow of five poets and authors who own flourishing sawmills and who o...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 June 1905

1 - m State Land Notice. United StatoB Land Ofllco, Salt H Lako City, Utah, May 1. 1005. H To whom it may concorn : 1 Tlio Stato of Utah having soloctod H us n part of its grant under tlio 12th H Hoctoin of tlio Act of Congress op- 1 proved July 10, 1801. tlio following H dosorlbod traots, rotumed by tho H Uuttod Stntos Survoyor-Genorul as mluornl land, notico is hereby given H that tho said Stato will submit proof fl an to tho character of said land, bo- H foro tho Rcgistor and Rcaivor, at tills fl ofllco, on Tuesday, tho 0th day of 1 August, 1005, nfc 10 o'clock, n. m., M EM SWiSB NWJ4'5 NW$ H NWM' 800. 25, T. .18 S., R. 10 west, embrnood in list No. 58, School of M VK NE4' sec. 15. Tp. HO S., R. H 10 wost, ombraood in list 218, Rosnr- H voire All porsons claiming any H portion of said described tracts as B mineral land, or desiring to protest 1 or object to tho section thereof by tho Stato, aro horoby summonod to appear on that dato and submit tostl ,',mony in support of thoir cl...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 June 1905

WL ' B ron County Record. K II CHAS.S.andJO$.T.WILKINS0N,Pub!lih6ri. B 1 , CEDAR CITY, UTAH. ft NEWS SUMMARY. ft Indications point to an oarly settle- HA' mont o( tbo Venezuelan dlniculty. F f London exports dcolaro that tho pros- ont silver agitation will not benefit the H white metal. H J A bill has been introduced by Sana- V S tor Banna providing bounties and an Hf nuitlcs for cx-slavcs. ft-4 It' is predicted that 100,000 farmers o) m all nations will Immigrate to Canada B during tho next year. H Montreal street car strikers have m becomo belligerent, stoning cars and Mm jq injuring several persons. H J As tho result of a quarrol, Policeman H M Grant Walko shot and killed Pollco H mad Hildcrs at Bristol, Tcnn. H A bill has been introduced in tho H i Pennsylvania legislature to banish cai ' I toons from Pennsylvania newspapers. H Mary Ann Mills, tho oldest woman K , ' n Canada, is dond at her hpme in B-P" Woodham. Sho was in her HGthyear. 1 Maine cotton splnneri go on a strike, . ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 June 1905

I T H ! lAfli IN LINCOLN'S BIRTHPLACE. 1. JVoma.n Living in New England Whose Feather Wxs Born it the B Historic Log Ca.bin. Stories of the Eixrly Do.ys, , Lincoln has been dead thirty-eight years. H Most of those who personally know m him have also passed on Into sllenco, 1 and, like Washington, ho has becomo M In tbo popular mind a sort of mystical figure, associated with a bygono ago of K dramatic heroism a patron saint. H Although Now England loved Lin- B coin as much as any other section of m the country did, when it came to know H him, yet ho was always regarded as a H characteristic product of the pioneer H t country, and, although efforts not alto- M Bother successful havo boon mado to M show that ho was of Hingham nnces- M try, never till now has Massachusetts H been conscious of tho presence In this H locality of any living connection be- H tween the Immortal rail-splitter and M erar own soil. M Nevertheless for seventeen years H one of tho environs of Boston has har- H bo...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 30 June 1905

BBBBbV' Tl BbI I J52??J?oiJty Record. I aH V0'' 2' Cedar Oty, intUtah, Friday .Jtmc "30,"l9b5 " "NXib ! SHOCKINUCCIDENT. H Prtatacnt Cilizea of Cedar City Dies H the Injuries H Sustained by Fan Prom a Load of H May Charles M. Ahlstrora H is the Victim. H A moat shacking aooldont occurred m in Cedar last Monday forenoon, M which resulted In Jho death of ono of H oar prominent and much ostoomod H citizena Oharloa M. Ablstorm. H Tbo accident occurred wbllo Mr. H Ablstrom and two of his sons woro H baullng Bay from their- Innd In tho H South Hold to town. Tbo unfortun- H ato man was standing up on tbo load H driving tho team aorosa a ditch, H, which oausod .tbalood to lurch to ono H sido and tbon suddonly and violently H to tho otfior. No ono seems to hnvo M ' eon tbo man fall, and it will probnpn H never bo known oxootly bow ho catno H in oontaot with tho earth, but ho waa H lazod for n few aooonds, after whlob M ho suffered great pain. Thoro woro H somo mon at work on a neighboring M ...

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. — 30 June 1905

H H , , , i j VTA II STATE NEWS j B Tho pcoplo of Kphralm will cclobrat HH tho Fourth of July, a splendid progrnm BBB having been prepared. BBvB A saloon man of 1 tod wood was last BBl week lined 25 for nllowlng inlnorH to H piny pool In his saloon. H Tho Unlon Pacific station at Uintah. BBVJ eight nillcH east of Ogdon. wan do- BBI s'troyed ly fho. ou tiro 24th. BBb Vnshtl Young, n Salt Lake boy, was H run down by an automobile while rid- H Ing IiIh bicycle and badly bruiRcd, B . -''All of the pansengerK Injured In tho H "wrock on tho Hlo Grande Western at B Pinto, last week, aib rccovclng from B their injuries. H Louie Oakloy of Sprlngvlllu, had a H narrow cschpo from death In Silver H City, when ho was struck by a loco B, motive. Ho csenped with a fow bruises. BBBI Many of tho old .landmarks of Amor- H lean Pork are disappearing. Uriel; H buildings will tako tho placo of the old H lumber shacks, duo to the now tiro H ordlnanco. M United States Marshall Ben D. Hoy- H wood has lost ...

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. — 30 June 1905

"i.tallffiEHiippr TWO NOTABLE RE00VERIE8 PKOM EXTREME DEBILITY. Hatband's Strength Hod Ileen Waning for Throo Years, Wife a Sufferer from Female Wenkneii. " My strength had dwindled so that I couldn't apply myself to my business with any simp but was tired nnd listless all tho time," said Mr. Goldstein. " I wont to bod completely used up by my day's work;, and when I got up in tho morning I didn't feol rested a bit. I had awful headaches too, and my kid noya got out of order and caused mo to havp sovcro pains in tho buck. At ono time I became ko fcoblo that I could not stir from bed for threo wcoka." Mr. Goldstein is a young man and had thon but rocontly established a homo of this own. His anxieties wero Increased by tho fact that his wlfo. was far from being robust. Mrs. Golds tain says: "For two years I had boon ill most of tho tirao. Somotimcs I was confined to bod for wooks in succession undor a phy sician's care. I had headaches, kiduoy trouble, pain about tho heart aud many mo...

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. — 30 June 1905

H :: Iron County Record j JJJJJB w-u'Ocve-y rmcitr si thI H SOUREERH UTAH PUOLtSHUIC & PRINT ! H INC COMPANY I BBBBBBBBBBBBBJ , ,....... ..ft...........'-. CHARLES S. WILKINSON I EDITOR AND MAMAOXR HHHHHHb '..... IIMIIMliHI ......, mm' 1 ESTAQLISHEO DECEMDER, 1033 H ......... i J . , ENTERCD AT THE CEDAR CITY POST H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H SUBSCRIPTION Sl.tiO PER YEAR H IN ADVANCE H Friday, June 30, 1905. H EVILb OP EVIL SPEAKING. H No denomination, ou church, can B iilfonl to tolerate the individual who H mnltot) it n point to spcuic evil of fol- P lowmou. If 0110 rnlo of discipline H U mudo especially dear nad em- B phatlo in tho htaudnrd of fuitli that nil acknowledge, it in thin. Tlio H longus that is not proporly con- H trollnd 1h said to ho "sot on llro of 1 lull" uud to bo "full of deadly poia- B ou." That expluiiiR why slander H in ouo of tho utout evils that must bo H doalt witlu Tho roatoflt amount of B human misery iu the form of ouvy- H Iiir, strife, confusio...

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. — 30 June 1905

- r "- T . x i v I CORRESPONDENCE f v . SUMMIT. 1 ;! Butnrult, Utnh, Juno 'JO, 1905. A couunittoo has boon appointed ,' to nrrougo n prurum for tho Fourth, ,' so wo ahall colobruto nt borne. -Misd Mac Jpnea and Mr. F. Wood of Cedar were tho fcueBta of Mies ' Luttio Dalloy this week. t Mrr. Lillian R. Whlto fjnvo ou Ico , cream party ou Monday in honor of j' her eiator Amelia Greou'a nnd Minuio Thorley's birthday. Vernon Ualloy spent bin sixth birthday vory happily with 12 of his friends. Misa Lotty is nt bor best us nn entertainer, ospooially of little V folkH. The rofrcahmontfl were ioo cream, nuts and candy. Those who attended tho reception Kivon by Mrs. Elzlna Unlet felt it was yood to bo thoro. Hotwocn GO and 00 guests nat down to supper yhiob was served in the orchard at 0 p. m. Tho cooks cortii'ujy showed their nbility in Mio ouliuary art for the tables fai iy groined with tl o good things of life, and prosented n pretty sight, enticing enough to tempt the uppotlto of u weary ...

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. — 30 June 1905

I "BEST Of THE GOOD US" H THREE CROWN H A Pure Cream of Tartar H Baking Powder. Ank tho Man or Woman. K, Hewlett Bros. Co. 1 i 744 Stnto Stroot, BBvj Salt Loko City, Utah. H Somebody Said That B "I'vo always pitied tho poor thtngi V who havo no ono belonging to them. B Wjjon you havo got somcono.why, of B ooorso, you nro nnxlous I don't deny H that but, then, you nro not all by H youroolf In tho world." M AU Your Doalor tor Alton's Foot-Eato. B A powder. It rests tho feet. Cures Swol- BHi len,Soro, Hot.Callous, Achlnfr.Swcattng BHJ Foot and Ingrowing Nnlls. AtnllDrug- BBl gists and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Accept BBl no Hiibbtltutc. Sample mailed FHlili. BMa Address, A S. Olmsted, LoRoy, N. Y. Feeding at a London Club. Sn Tho Constitutional club has 5,345 H mombora. Last year It provided up- H wards of 90,000 luncheons, over 22,- H 000 breakfasts and about GG.000 din B ncrs. It paid nearly 12,000 in sal H arlos, and gavo a Christmas box o4 H 1.G26 to tho Bfervants. TEA H There are as ...

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. — 30 June 1905

mJr w " . '. . , - ' More Convertsm W&mm Every Year r i ilr ij 1 1 that comes, more housewives H 1 V II are giving up their exhorbitant m U,00NCEsH)i priced Baking Powders and H 1-VSSn! turning to K C, the honest and V U Kff&HTwa reliable which has stood so well M F H5 . test of years They are find- m m FllJW if f baking m - bV LtlVnM"A00l'' Or' sjjjijjjj) costs one third the price bf fji S32S" powder anywhere near K G Y j Quality, and makes better, purer, rnore 13 L healthful baking. 25 ounces for 25c. JRv B Semi palal Tor " Hook of l'rcnenU." " J03&' JAQUES MFG. CO.' JBlT. Hfe. Chicago, n,--iW'' BTRBTflERaHBBBB 7 . - . - . .. r - .. i C A ' Y '-HP ft wini' fifteen miles' "from-" 4 I I ' im K SALT LAKE CITY '"k!"' M- ATLJIJLV Trams Every Hour TJUD-ONLy JlATHINc" RESORT Durin Summer, Season ON GREAT SALT LAKE , FARE 25p RQVND TRIP RELIABLE ASSAYS If nffltcted with (TinmU5ritA C,ifl UMpr KM 74 1 Uold and SlWer 11.00 oyoa, USO , IllUllipdUII 0 LJC lldlCl ad , .7Jl,Go1d.HIW...

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. — 30 June 1905

H State Land Notice. H United States Land Ofllco, Salt H Lako Olty, Utab, May 1, 100.. H To whom it may ooncorn : Tho Stnto of Utah having eolootod H i as n part of its grant undor tho 12th H 8ootolruof tho Aot of Congress ap- L proved July 10, 1801, tho following H doBorlbod tracts, roturnod ly tho H Unitod Statos Survoyor-Gonorul ns V - minornl land, notico is horoby givon 1 that tbo said Stato will submit proof H lid to tho cbnrnctor of said land, bo- foro tho Ilogistor and Ilooivor, at this fl ofllco, on Tuosday, tho 0th day of 1 August, 1005, at 10 o'olook, a. in., H EM 8V-4';S SWH: NW1., M m'H soo. 25, T. 38 S , R. 10 west, H ombracod iti list No. 58, Sohool of R . WM NEK boo. I.'. Tp. .10 S., R. Lt 10 wost, ombracod in list 218, Rosor- H voire. All persons olalming nny H portion of said dosoribod tracts ns H minornl laud, or desiring to protost H or object to tho section tboroof by H tho State, nro horoby summonod to H nppoar on that dato nnd submit testi V mony in support of...

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. — 30 June 1905

B State Land Notice. H United States Land Ofllco, Salt H Lako City, Utnh, May 1, 1005. H To whom it may concern : H Tho Btato of Utah having soloctod H ns n part af its grant undor tho 12th fl aootoin. of tho Act of Congress np- H. proved July 10, 1801, tho following H doBorlbod tracts, roturnod Iiy tho H Unitod Stntoa Survoyor-Gonorul na V mlnornl land, notico la horohy glvon H that tho eaid Btato will submit proof H iirf to tho chnrnctor of an Id land, bo- H foro tho Roglator and Roolvor, nt this H olllco, on Tuesday, tho 0th day of B AugiiBt, 1005, nt 10 o'clock, n. in., H KM 8V.-4:8i SWXl NW4 M SWH boo. 25, T. 38 S , R. 10 west, H embraced in Hat No. 59, Sohool of : WM NEM sec 15. Tp. 30 S., K. K. 10 woat, ombracod in Hat 218, Roaor- H volra. All poraona olalmtng nny H portion of said doaoribod tracts na H mlnornl land, or desiring to protoat H or object to tho section thoroof by H tho State, aro horoby summoned to H nppoar on that duto nnd submit teeti V mony in aupport of thoi...

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 July 1905

H '$& 1 Dxllry M II & I . I .'BiLL-poutY Record. ! V'' '2' Cedar Gty, Iron County.TJuly 7, 1905. " "" " ""Tfcr3J I I I JEALTH STATISTICS State Board Furnishes Valuable Infor- matioa Concerning Disease. Necessary Precautions for Prevention of Spread of Contagcous and H Inferiuous Diseases. B Roporto of oontogoous nud in footioua- disoaos to tho Stute Hoard of t Hoalth for tho month of May, ro- oerved from 113 local hoalth officers In 25 counties, 05 of whom roported their communities froo from all con- tngioua and infectious disoases. Prosont in I' , localities Cases Deaths Scarlet fover 13 41 Smallpox 14 87 0 K Diphtheria 12 31 C Typhoid fever 11 20. 1 Wh'ping cough 1 177 4 ! - -Mea9le9 22 410 4 i Obicken-poS 7 ' ri 0 Pneumonia 25 54 17 ' Tuboroulpsia if 7 4 -, 'y ' Total 337 3C , ' .'; " MORTALITY. '", .. Inoorriploto returns from lbooun- -4" - & witu 23oJtio.s 5 incorporated .- towns and 28 villigos, having an esti mated population of 144, HO report wg, show a total of...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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