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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 7 July 1905

Bv.$$& i lUle M II ? I I I Iron CounJ y Record. 4 I V'- '2l Cedar City, Iron County,ii'. Friday, July 7, 1905. """" "No.lj I I HEALTH STATISTICS State Board Furnishes Valuable Infor I mation Concerning Disease. Necessary Precautions for Prevention of Spread of Contagcous and I, Infcctuous Diseases. Roporto of oontagoous and iu footioua- disoaoa to tho Stato Board of , Health for tho month of May, ro- oejved from 113 loonl hoalth ofllcors in 25 counties, Gi of whom roportod their communities froo from all con- tagicoa and infootious disoaes. Present in I . localities Cases Deaths Scarlet f'over 13 41 ! I Smallpox 14 37 q Diphtheria 12 ;jl 5 Typhoid fever 11 20. 1 Wh'ping cough 1,1 177 1 Measles 22 no -i Ohickou-pox 7 ' r4 0 Puouraonin 25 54 17 ; Tnloroulo9iri 0 7 4 Total S37 3G MORTALITY. Inoomploto returns from 1 ooun ion, with 23 oitloii, G incorporated towns and 28 vllligos, having an osti ! matod population of 144,110 report ing, show ii total of,10a deaths from ail causes ro...

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. — 7 July 1905

H VTAII STATE NEWS BB A cnso (if what is called Rocky Bfl Mountain spotted fever Is reported In H Spring Oity. Bfl Park City, In addition to Its mi in or- BB ous other lodges, tins now n command- H ery of Knights Templnr. BBm The two-ycnr-old son of Air. nnd BBl Mrs. Albert Marsh of American Fork, BH accidentally cut the end of his right BH .Index finger off with a hntchet. BB Mrs. William BcrtalHun of Monroe Bfl was considerably Injured by a cow a BB faw days ago, which knocked her BB Mown when sho attempted to milk It. Bfl Whllo playing near tho mouth of tlio H Ontario tunnel at Park City, Mlchal BB Mulcahoy had ono of his feet badly BBb mashed by being run over by a trolley H BB Tho city electric light plant has BBV .commenced furnishing day power to BB tho citizens of Sprlngvillo,4 nnd ex- BB 'poet, soon to add greatly to the earn- BB lngs of tho plant. BBb " Measles nnd whooping cough con- BBh tlnuo to provail extensively throughout BB tho state, nnd tho .upmost efforts of BB l...

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 July 1905

I 1 THE MONIP TRIAL HEADACHE, DIZZINESB, BEABINa DOWK PAINS. .A Woman Tells llotr 8ho linn Hceomo Well and Strong nttor Ycara of MUery Due to Irregular Functions. Tho fact that ono vromnn Is bright, ycd, rosy-chcoked, strong aud choorful, vrhllo another is pale, weak nud de pressed, is duo moro often than other--wiso to tho regularity in tho ono caso -and tho irrcguarity in tho other of tho functions that nro peculiar to tho mix. "When theso aro disturbed overything goes wrong; pain and discomfort nro jfolr all over tho body; tho sensations aro oftcu terrifying. For four yonrs." said Mrs. Davis re--contly, "I suffered indescribable misery from sick headache every mouth, ac companied by fainting spells, shortness of breath and sevoro pain in my loft sldo. Thoro woro also bearing-down pains, at times so ocuto that Icould not stand tip, jind my head was full of ringing sounds. lit soomed as if overything was golug to bit mo iii tho oyos. I was compollcd to ,lio down with closed oyes fo...

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 July 1905

n .4-H-M-M-H'MM J Iron County Record 'j issuto tvtm rmcW rt it H $ SOUREERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT- . INO COMPANY H J CHARLES S. WILKINSON. H ! EDITOR AND MANAGER H ! ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H ii H jb CtlTEFEO AT THE CEOAR CITV POST- H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER aaH H SUBSCRIPTION $ICO PER YEAR H .T ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H f-'rlday, July 7, 1005. B Tbo eolobratlon of the Fourth of H ,lu)y in Codnr (hid week was ono of H i,ho Btronest nrg .omcntH that could H josHll)ly bo adduced in favor of pro- H jilbition. Not n drunken man en H tlio fitroote during tho ontiro day ao H far us out obaorvaions extended mid LLt tvo woro proflcnt in tbo crowd wboro H tbo sporta woro in progress, and H about tbo streets considerable during H' Ibo day. Contrast this condition LLW with tho stato of uifuirs tliut innin- H (ainod two years ago, ycu wires and H mothers to whom tbo success of the H prohibition move is largely indobtod, H uud ask youreolvot if you nro not H satisfied thus fnr with your...

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 July 1905

7 I r ' a " ' ' ' CORRESPONDENCE J 'I . - ITTrIwIdn y 7 (Special Phono to Tho Record. , Hnnuony, Utnb, July 7, l!'0.rj. Thoro 1b no 8pkuosa in Harmony at proHont. 0hln)7, buns aro lo!ng coiiHidornbfe dnuinRO to grain huts. They are very numerous all ovor tho flchlH and tho town lote. ' Ulaliot) Itedd and family left for ' tholr now homo in Canada tho ilrst J of Inst wpplc. Tho office of tbot, 4 Snutlorn Utah Tlophcuo company ban beon moved from tholr reaidenco ',) to that of Ilisbop Scbmutz. Tho Fourth wm colebrntod hero by 1 1 horBornoinc in tho forenoon foot racing and other iportB in the nftor noon an1 n dnnco nt night. Thero f wd9 no publio meeting. v It. A KIrknr left for the con! mines of thin locality last ni(?ht with n f small forco of men from this place to common co work. i ...... - rTsUMMIT.. . Summit, Utah, July D, YJOT: Dona Williamu baa gono to Kaimr ra for a few weeks. .Blrbon Dnllor nnd Mro. Ltty fpent j tho Ponrlh in Cedar. i ' John Furrow and family are in Minoravi...

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. — 7 July 1905

BBBBx? w,w""lw''"p P Huskln'c Tribute to Mothers. H ' It matters not whothor It bo ft H prlnco or peasant all that Is best, all H that Is lnstlng In tho chnructor of a H man he has learned at his mother's H kneo. Bcnrch tho records, examine- H tho opening years of thoso -who have H boon distinguished for purity and vlr- BBJ tuo, nnd you will ascrlbo, with but B few exceptions, tho early culturo of H their minds and evon nil tho first dls- BBj clpllne bf tho heart to tho lntolllgcnco H nud affection of tho mother. Ituskln. H Profits of the Packers. B There has been a great deal of dls- H AppoliUmout becauso tho Qarflold ro- 1 port shows thut the profits of i-o H -packing Industry only amount to BBBJ 'about two per cent of tho volumo of BBJ business transacted. Tliero Is no BBBJ .doubt, iiowovcr, that tho report Is cor BBJ BBJ Tho census reports complied by tho BBBJ government In 1900, beforo tho nglt.v BBBJ tlon regarding tho "boor trust" began, BBBJ (throw conslderablo light on this...

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 July 1905

-kmmmmwSSLlwBSiaWLWLWkmkmwkw ! Tllf WORLD'S I nranr IFor Preserving, Purifying and Beautifying the Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands. Cntlenra Soap eomblati dcllcata mrdlelnal andtmoU g prpptrtlet dtrlnd from Ciittcura, tha ireit Skla Curt, with th purtit of elianilnf Inrredlrnli and lha Doit trtrnhlnj of Sowtr odor,. Two Bopi In one at on r-rlca namely, a Mrdlelml and Toilet Soap for Mo. totter prur hCbna. Corp , Sole Prope , notion. " IUJ Free. AU A twut th S kin. Seals, and nU. THE DAISY FLY KILLER JlSSSJlotS:??? Home In dlnlnirroom, iteeiilne room and place where HP9HlBik Idle' are trouble. mmmmr,mfyKKBL!LkWIRkm eoiue.Clean.ueat, KMViir-W'MtCrVVA'iB "Wootaotlofln. mtJ1 jJilT)7WvliiSvi'l Jure anjthinif. KJ2MBSy9iC41Vypw"41 Try them oiV.. SSMSSWnr iy lntaSf 'iOTPf SB'I yuuwllln.e.rfi paJIWfc i mVBUI-V jBaUJflJ without thamjic T WUfci . BBEaUHfiUMiB notfcep br !- T. 'fVini - . r- t SBBapjpJSBlBipBBS9lBipBipBipJ flra. aeuVreiaxld I SktfTTX'ET'l'K'cMHHa'i 'or ton. llaJUia .Wr UUHHUJIHH ni...

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. — 7 July 1905

B State Land Notice. L Unitod States Lnnd OUloc, Salt F Lako City, Utah, Muy 1, 1005. p To whom it may oonoont : H Notice is lioroby glvon that tbo M Stato of Utnh baa illod in this otiloo H llsta of lands sol oo tod by tbo said H Stato undor sootiona 8 and 12 of tho H Aoh of Congress npprovod July 10, H 1801. Tbo following tracts cm- H bracod in said lists nro in townablps H containing muieral claims of roo- H rd, viz; H yHj.i soj.i sco. 3; mv?4 noH; H eoJ ho4 soo. 10; uoM uwH ! nw$4 H notf; bwJ.i bo4 hoc- 11; ) no) ; H bwJ4' uoJi'; n.j nwK sea. 11, tp. H 30 6., II. 10 wost, ombruced In list H 218, Rosorvolrs. H Ntf noM noo, 21, tp. 30 8., K. 10 H wost, ombrucod in list 03, Reform H . School. i NBi4' noli iwo. 22. tp. 30 S. R.. H 11 wost, om brncod in list 00, Insano H Asylum. B "WJj bo.'; lots 0 find 7; oc flw,'4' H poo. 0, tp. 30 S., K. 11 wost, om- H brucod in list 82, Agricultural Ool- H Copioa of said lists, so far as tboy H rolato to asid traots, by desoriptivo H HubdiviBions...

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. — 14 July 1905

BH BJBBBBBBBJ 4 . ' bbbb jron Coutcty Record. I I Vo1 2t Cedar City, Iron County Utah, Friday, July 14, 1905. " "No' H I BIG VOTING CONTEST OPENS MONDAY Three Grand Prizes to be Awarded Southern Utah Contestants .Will be Greatest Prize Voting Contest Ever Attempted by the Publishers of a County Paper in Utah. Noit Monday tho biggost prizo , voting contest over nttomptod by a country paper In Utnb, will bo com menced by tho Southorn Utah Pub lishing & Printing Company. Tho Jprlzos, which will uggregato about $250 in vnloo, nro being solcotod with tho greatest oaro and will bo worth tho host efforts of ovory contes tant. Tho voting will bo conducted "" . In such n way as to givo ovory porsou an equal and fair show. Tho final , count will bo mado by roprosontntlvo ' Gualuoss men. , lJ ' OPENS NEXT MONDAi'. On and aftor next Monday morn- I ,' lug, ovory porson paying ouo dollar I f on subscription account will bo awarded 20 votos, which may bo cast m "in favor of any nomineo. A 50-o...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 14 July 1905

B CONSTANT ACHING. H ' Back aches nil tho tlmo. Spoils your PJJ appotlto, wearies tho body, worrlon JB tho mind. Kidneys causo It all and PJJ ODoan'a Kldnoy EaMfi JH (Fills relieve and IE33PSIS3 JH (euro It. gMjHf''iO H i H. B. MeCar- SgO&y ,-vcr, of 201 Cherry ATR i B BU Portland, JffSk i BB Ore.. Inspector of ,' kMtfc& BB ItrolRht for tho pV RKPflfo BB Trans-Continental ffjA mE$jjl BB Co., says "1 used 'M'K'JjBKy BB TJoau'n Kldnoy :W?I5HHh BB 'l'ilh for buck JjBTfl BB nchi- and other ! JyjffiB f, 1 BB Bjinptorns of kid istfJjFR BB ney trouble which i$f g BB had annoyed me J BB for tnonthfi. I 1 ' BB think n cold was responsible lor tuu BB whole troitble.' It icemed to Kettle In BB any kidneys. Doru'H Kidney Pills BB rooted It out. It Is several months BB ulneo I in,eil them, nnd up to date BB there hag been no recurrence of tho BB trouble." BB Doan's Kldnoy I'll Is for sale by all BB dealers. Pr'co CO cents per box. Fos- B tor-Mlluurn Co., Uuttalo. N. Y. B It's Quality tha...

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. — 14 July 1905

I I B GASTORIA For Infanta and Childron. The Kind You Have Always Bought g Bears the Jf Signature xl 01 J A IF 1 v 1 i m MA I r ii III l ft il JMk II a n J fOl U Vul Thirty Years PAOTflPIA TMCOINTAUnOMPANV. NIW YORK CITY. I Say Plainly to Your Grocer I That you -want LION COFFEE always, nnd ho, being a squaro man, "will not try to Boll you any thing olso. You may not caro for our opinion, but What About the United Judgment of Millions of houaokeopors -who havo usod LION COFFEE for over a quarter of a century ? Is thoro any stronger proof.ofjnerit, than tho ' 'jetifaftoh, Confidence of the People jgW'it'Sgi and ever Increasing popularity? KSj'.'Ww' LION COFFEE Is carclully sc- ifvsA i& lected at llic plantation, shipped fliww !y!m direct to our various factories, jRllEV where It Is skill! ully roasted nnd 'm)Mtt'5i carefully packed In sealed pack- lf WiiywjPI nges unlike loose coffee, which ' JwPW Is exposed to germs, dust, In- fW- sects, etc. LION COFFEErcnches m&xte&Mii...

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. — 14 July 1905

y " H -..- J......f, f ,f,.t..t. J..t. J..tn.tntiTn1nllllMflifl Alfc 1 TTTtTT T'l'TTi'TTTTit'l'I'TT I i TTT H :; Iron County Record B ittutD cvcrt B ' SOUREERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT- '. B INC COMPANY H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H . EDITOR AND MANAGER H '.. ' H ESTABLISHED DECEMQER, IB03 H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- ftH OFFICE AS 8ECOND CLASS MATTER H g B 5 8UDSCRIPTI0N $1.50 PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE B Friday, July i., 1905. H ABOUT ADVERTISING. H Wo gratefully acknowledge- n littlo advertising from tho Cedar Co-op. H this wook tho first wo hnvo bad from H' our looul morchanta for a long timo. H' Tho Co-op. used to bo n regular ad ver- BSJ tlficr, nnd miulo good Interest 011 tho BSJ money tboy Invostod for printor's Ink H hut wo nro Informed that tho board H tiod tho hands of tho innuagomont HBVl mul Instructed tho suporiutondont to H out out tho ad. Tho troublo with H' ' morohnuts in this part of tho country H is that tlioy look a storo pay oxpoud- H od for advertising jus...

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. — 14 July 1905

I " CORRESPONDENCE s PAROWAN. I Pnrownn, Utah, .7uly 11, 1005. Tho oltlzoiiB of Parowan couvonotl in mass mooting July 6th ou call is sued by William ilolyonk, stundiug county fair commlttoomau for Paro wnn. Tho mootinng was for tho pur poso of nominating a general com mittoo for tho Iron county fair, to 1)0 hold nt Parowan Soptombor, 190G. Edward Dontloy waa choson Bocro tnry. It was moved and Boconded that tho gonornl oommittoo consist of niuo mombors and tho following oitizons woro ohoson: Wm. Ilolyonk, John L. Lowdor, Hugh L. Adams, Samuel Hnltormun, Bart Dalton, Marion - llnltorman, Richard Rowloy, II. M. SSlR llondriokson and John B. Davenport. ff$; It wus moved and seconded that J fjP if nny mombor of this oommittoo wus imx unablo to uot tho vaoauoy bo llllod by i oou,mlco Motion carried. X Motion was mado and carried thut kj' tho chairman of this mooting com- fv, munlcato with tho authorized dis tal' Jf trlots and moot with tho mombors of f tho county ooramittoos. Motion to ...

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. — 14 July 1905

flflflflVflfl H VTA II STATE NEWS Pflfl It Is bellovcd that tho tomato blight PflJ has destroyed at least half of tho Utah pflfl Pflfl About forty doctors from Utah aro Pflj lairing In the Portland exposition Hflfl this week. Hfla Davln County fnrmurs will loso be- PH tween $25,000 and $30,000 owing to pflfl tho tomato blight. Pflfl Tho Moab citizens will conccntrata Hflfl their energies on celebrating tho Twen- Hfll ty-fourth, Pioneer dny. Hflfl Salt Lake business houses liava Pflfl agreed to decorate tholr windows In H honor of tho Elk's "Purple day," July H Hflfl Utah has twelve new doctors as n Hfll result of tho meeting of tho statu pflfl board of medical examiners during tha flfll 'past week. H Tho Richfield Driving association has filed articles of Incorporation, and Richfield will In the future have somo flfll good racing meets. Hflg Judgo Thomas D. Deo, one of Weber Bfl county's most prominent citizens, died Hflfl at his homo In Ogdcn, Sunday morn. Bfl lng, after a brief Il...

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. — 14 July 1905

1 ATAXIA H YEARS TOLLOWS MALARIA OONTB AOTED Iff 8PANISH-AMERI0AN WAR. Victim II ml Tlocome Ilelpleii "When H Tried Dr. AVlllUmi Pink I'UU, but Was Cured In Four Month. Because bo did not know that thero is . a remedy for ntuxin, Mr. Ariel endured four years of weakness, pain and the misery of thinking his caso incurable. "At tho outbreak of tho Spanish American war," ho Bays, "I went with Company B, Eighth Regiment, M.V.M., into camp at Olilckamnuga, nnd while thero my system becaiuo thoroughly poisoned with ninlnria. When I was mustered out, I carried that disease homo with mo. After a while locomotor ataxia appeared." " How did tho ataxia begin?" " I first noticed a pain in my ankles and kneo joints. This was followed by n numb feeling in my legs. At times I had to drag myself around; my legs would shako or becomo perfectly dead. I had constant troublo in getting about iu tho dark. I kopt n light burning in my room at night as I could not balance myself iu tho darkness. Even with...

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. — 14 July 1905

H l H State Land Notice. B (Jul tod Stnto Land Olllco, Salt H Lalco Oity, Utah, Juno 5. 1005. H To Whom it Mny Ooncoru : H Tlio Stnto of Utnh huviug Bolcctod H ns n part of its grant for tho establish- H mont and ranlntoiinnco of a Donf und H Dumb Asylum, unci or tlio 12th Bootion H of tbo Aot of Congress approved July H 10, 1801, tlio following tracts, ro- H turned by tho Unltod Stnto Surroyor B Gonoral as minoral laud, notico is H horoby given that tbo said Stato will B submit proof nsto thooliarncor of paid land, boforo tbo Register and Ro- H co Ivor, at this olllco on Munduy, tbo H llth dny of Soptombor, 1005, at 10 j o'olook, a. in., viz: j Lots 7 and 11, scotion 13, township H .18 S., R. 11 W., and Lots 10 and 11, B section 0, townnahlp 30 8., R. 10 W., J S. L. Moridlau, ombraood in List 01 H Donf and Dumb Asylum. V All poraons claiming any portion P' of said dosoribod tarots ns minoral B land, or doslrlug to protost or objoct H to tho solootion thoroof by tlio State, H nro ho...

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 July 1905

m snW H 4 m 1 HI HFJbF 'IbHBI w bbbbI Hot S V nticN m h ,H LVbTJBk' uka va ihbbbi I Iron Coun Record. I B VoTil. "CetoOtyThCTTCounty. Utah, fjjjiYhty 21, 1905. "No.33 H j Our Mail Box, j H tt You'll find It tti the Equitable Mp.it Stioit H 5? I' ost your Items before 9 a. in., Friday. ; KK Tlie paper In not rcrponalblc for opinions ex- BBR- messed under this heading, except when crcd M! ittl to the editor. r - . , i Our "Mnil Box" promises to H provo nn unqualified sucaess. Tho H intorost that Ima boon oxhlbitod in it H this week is quito surprising, in tho H light of tho foot that anything now B.. is vlowcd with considerable) suspicion, H not to pny aversion, by pooplo in H many of tho smnllor towns. But tho M idea of n tnnil box, through which H pooplo can express thoir opinions on B mnttors of public importanco, with- M out making publio thoir idonty, is a H' novol ouo and scorns to hnvo "touchod H tho spot" with somo of our iutolli- H. gont pooplo. Thoro nro not enough H contrib...

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. — 21 July 1905

H VTA II STATE NEWS B Fnrmlngton 1h ninking plans for In- fl creasing Its school facllltlca by a now building. H In West Bountiful an addition to tho H ucliool house, to cost $1,200, Is being H constructed. H Tho city of Conlvlllo lias voted ?10.- M 000 bonds for the Installation of an B electric light plant. H A band of 100 Bannock Indians will H J probably lead tho pa'radoin Salt Lake B on Pioneer day, .July 21. M A burglar caught In tho net of rob- H bing tho Co-op storo at Union was H shot and killed by It. F. Forbush. H Tho ladies of Alt. Pleasant piU. forth m n candldnto for school trustee at tho M recent 'election, but she was defeated. M Tho report or the librarian of tho H Salt Lake public library sIiowk a mom- H bcrshlp of 15,017 with an avornge m dally attondnncc of (nl8. M Daniel Manor was stabbed by John K Bishop on tho streets of Salt Lako B during a quarrel between tho two B mon. Mnuror's injuries will not provo H BvM Reeso W. Llowollyn, who came to BvwJ Utah with tho...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 July 1905

It THE TEACHER'S FOE A LIFE ALWAYS THREATENED BY NERVOUS PR03TRATION. One Who llroko Itunn from Six Yrnrt of Overwork Toll IlovrShe raped MUcry of Unforced Itllonesa. 'I had been tenching in tbo city schools steadily for six years," snld Miss James, whoso recent return to tho work from which sho was driven by nervous collapso has attracted attontlon. "Thoy wcro greatly overcrowded, especially in tho primary department of which I had chargo, and I had been doing tho work of two teachers. Tho strain wns too much for my nerves and two years ngo tho crisis cnnio. " I was prostrated mentally and phy sically, sent in my resignation and never expected to bo nblo to losume work. It Boomed to mo thou that I was tho most miserable woman on earth. I was tor tured by norrous headaches, worn out by inability to sloop, and had bo Httlo blood that I was as white as chalk. "Aftor my active lifo, it wns hard to bear idloucss, nnd terribly discouraging to keop paying out tho savings of yenrs for medi...

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 July 1905

W"" -' "" " B :: Iron County Record Hj IHUCDCVCAT rRIDVHY1HC H !' SDUREERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT- '.' H INC COMPANY H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H EDITOR AND MANAGER H ESTADLI3HEO DECEMBER, IU93 H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY P08T- H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER fl . B 8UDSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE X 1 l-'rlday, July 21, 1905. H AN AA1UITI0N IN LIFii B Under tho abovo caption tho Donvor H Nowb olfors tho following oxcollont H udrioo to tho young: H '"Evory day is 11 now beginning,' H it 1b truo, but tho beginnings in ado H in this montii of cotmnonconioiits uro H moro radical and far ronohlng than H thoHo of ordinary dayp. Tho plans, H purposes and yoarningB which hold H tho hoart of youth uh it brouks nway H from childhood and school routine H will huvo much to do in controlling B tho futuro. Thoy may huvo all to H do with tho color of tho futuro if thoy B nro sullllcontly wIho and oaruost. B ''10 Baddost fato of maturo years 1b to B lk back upon ' hopes and uoblo B...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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