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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 July 1905

.' BmuEsnTraizE voting contest.!! ' : Names and Standing of Those Competing for $ the Respective Prizes. ; First Prize, The $150 Estey Organ, f ( For most popular Younp Lady. ) t 1 , NAMB. VOTES S Mlk Lottio McQunrrlo, St. Gooro GO t nt 5 Second Prize, Expensive Steel Rang'e. 1 (For most popular Married Lady) )j 1 No on trios. Third Prize, $25 Suit of Clothes. j , (For most popular Young Man.) j, x ' Frank Wood, Cedar City GO ' Nominations nro still in order. j . . . . . . . . ! jji CORRESPONDENCE jj I paroWan. I rnrowau, Utab, July 20, 1905. . Tho county commissioners woro in session Loro last Monday and trans noted tlio following businoss Tho tax lovy was fixed at three mills for county and two mills for county school purposes. An ordiuauco authorizing bounty v. on jack rabbits was ropoaled. Horbort Adama was appointed justlco of tho poaco for Cedar City . r precinct to comlpeto tho unexpired ' term caused by tho death of Charles M. Ahlstrom. John S. Woodbury was nppointod to net ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 July 1905

H A WOMAN'S MISERY. B Mrs. John La Ituo, of 115 Patcrson H 'Avenue, Patorson, N. J., nays: "I was H troubled for about ntno years, and H what I suf- ifl "fvR9Lif rlvlnK I,or' iifl "wtJrk&w mnncnt re- H way ,(of Ofton H whon alono In tho house tho back H ncbo has been so bad that It brought H tears to my eyes. Tho pain at times H was bo Intense thnt I was compolleil H to give up my household duties and Ho H down. Thoro were headaches, dlzzl- H ncss and blood rushing to my head to H causo bleeding at tho noso. Tho first H box of Doan's Kidney Pills benefited H mo bo much that I continued the treat- H ,mont. Tho stinging pain In tho sniull H of my back, tho rushes of blood to tho B bond and other symptoms disappear- Donn's Kidney Pills for sale by all HI de.ilern. CO cents per box. For tor- , Mllhurn Co., Uuffnlo, N. Y. H Quite a Mix-Up. M Ilnlpb Carlisle Hamiltou of North HJ Carolina has confessed thnt ho Is a girl. Sho hns been posing as a ho for live years. Ho udmlts now bo Is s...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 July 1905

1 Plymouth Red Tag Twine 1 1 f A 1 .V near In mind tbatoncachball Isa KeU H M Top rrlth above picture. J Wo are sole agents for this the belt of m yrntii blndluit twines. Hero la tbo proof 1 -M You ten It. f J 300 pounds l'lyinoutli I toil Tue twlno fi M . equals Ul.JUO feet; ordinary twine, which P, . contains foreign weighting substances r H equal! but IMUuU font. Itoil Tub saves l qm you 1B.MX) foet for over 800 pounds, and Is U W f reo frum lumpjr and ttitn places. H 1 Leading Implement Dealers I I Utah and Idaho H 1 Consolidated I 1 Wagon and Machine S 1 1 Company 1 I GEO. T. ODELL, Gen. Mrjr. I B I Houies at Salt Lake, Oeden, Logan, I Wk I Idaho Falls and Montpelier 1 J ! ( YcsM Churches School Houses and Homes ought to bo decorated arid mado beautrtul and healthful by using A Rook Cement l-rMs.; not nib or scale. Destroys dlsonso germs and vermin. No washing of walls utter onco an piled. Any one can brush 16 on -mix with cold wntor. Plain tinting; und whitening, nnd the moat ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 July 1905

iH Hi1 f H fHOBATE AND GUa:IUiA.iSH MA B' J' or further Inrorm tlon G-iiimiu l CUttc or tlla Kenpertlvn SlRtinrit B ' Notice of Sale. H Estnto of John D. Lolgh, Eolio F. H LoIru, Cnrolhio 0. Lolgh and .Laura H L. Lolgh, Minors: H Tho undorslgnod will soil ntprlvnto snlo nu undivided four-sovonths fl intorcot in and to 2 noroa, 3 roods H mid 22 porohos of land, dosorlbod ns follows, viz: Commonoiiig nt tbo H SE cornor of Lot 4, Block 2, Georgo H Porry 'a Snrvoy of tho 8WH of tho H SEJtf and tho SEtf of tho SWfcf of B Sootion 10 mid tho NWJtf of tho NEtf nnd tho NEtf of tho NWfcf of H Sootion 10, Tp. 30 S., R 11 W., S. B L. M., thonoo north 10 ohnius nnd H BJi links, tbonco west 2 chains nnd h Bli4 links, thonoo south 10 obnins 1 nnd C 3tf links, thonoo onst 2 ohaiuB H nnd Oljtf links to point of bogln- H ning; also nn undivided four sevenths H iutoroRl in nnd to 5 norcs, 1 rood nnd 22 porohos of land, doecrlbod ns B follows, viz: Gommonoingnt tho SE H cornor of Lot 7, Block 2, of sai...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 August 1905

BJ BYBm I IronXounjy Record. I B , Vol i2' CedarGty, Iron CounTy, Utah? Friday, August 17,1905. NoT IbH I GAINING INTEREST. H Toting in Our Big Contest is Getting H Lively. H Mrs. Oowcr of Cedar city Has Larg- BJ est Vote Some New Con- WL tcstants Entered. HI Tho big voting oontost ooutlnui-s He to gain intoroBt with onoh succeeding Bj wook. Tho oontost botwoou oorlain BJ candidates is nlreudy beginning to K wax warm, nud tho voto as published Eg In caoh weok's paper will bo watohod for with oxqrucintkigJiitoragt- B Tho candidate recolving tho highest B voto thus far is Mrs. Mary Gowor of H- ,t Cedar Oity, for tho eocoiid prize. Mrs. Anuio S. Snow of St. Goorgo is H & oloso second, thoto boing only ton L votes differonco. Si For tho first prho both Lottlo H MoQuarrio mid Luolla Fawcott havo m mado a snbstantal gains, Mies Fawoett K now boiug in tho load. K Parownn has announced a enndiduto 1 in tho porson of Miss Ora Wutsou, who has boon promised tho support of n lot of tho Paro...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 August 1905

BBBBBBBBbH mummmmmmimm i mwim H ' III H.ili. , il.MHI 1 MlW H VTA II STATE NEWS H J. Tom Fitch, who for tho past ten H years has been postmaster at Helper, B Thomas Barratt, aged 10, was serl- H ouBly Injured In a runaway accident B nt American B The 'erection of a sugar factory for H Sanpete and Sevier counties begins to H look lltlo a reality. B The Kll(s' convention this year will J bo held In Ogden. It will assemble August 20, and will bo In session two H From ninny points throughout tho stato co in 08 tlio news that tlio crop H of Income seed will bo poor, owing to H The recent hot weather has had tlio H effect of ripening grain very fast H nnd threshing Is now general through- H Governor Cutler has Issued a proc- H lamation designating August 21 to 20, H Inclusive, as Utah week at the Lewis H nnd Clark exposition. H Tho accidental discharge of a six- B shooter at Falrlleld caiiRed the serious H and porhaps fatal wounding of Al- H f red. Anderson, a farmer. H Tho Indian war vet...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 August 1905

' . , , COLOR' FREAKS OF FA8HION. Women Who Would De In Style Must Sacrifice Much. "I'm. glad I'm not my wife," said tho dyspeptic as he settled down to ihis hygienic luncheon of rare roast beef, creamed onions and boiled rice; "I'd bo dead If I were. I have trouble .enough keoplng alive as It Is. Fancy tho shape I'd bo In If I had to Shango my spots I moan my color as often as fickle fashion dictates. Why, I've ' forgotten what color my wife origi nally was, she's undergono so many 'boauty transformations. And now N sho's got to do It ngaln. A friend Just back from the other side has 'told her that though rod hair con tinues to bo tho proper caper It must now bo backed up by green eyes and a dead whlto skin. THo hair and skin 'nro easy enough, but oven my wife Is a little afraid of tho boauty specialist who Is willing to undertake to make hor eyes look green. There's Just ono grain of comfort In It all for me though sho nchlevo tho pallid skin, tho green oyes and tho red hair it wi...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 August 1905

W 44.H-4'4'4HH-M-H-4H)' H ; Iron County Record ; H ' iMuco rver rnmr dt th( H SOUREERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT . . H INC COMPANY H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H . , EDITOR AND MANAGER 1 ESTADLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H CNTCftCO AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- H OFHCC AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H ) t H SUBSCRIPTION $1-50 PER YEAR Hj ALWAYS IN AOVANCC H Prldny, August n, 1905. H niJNICIPAL POLITICS. 1 Politics nro beginning to grow W lively In Cednr nlrondy. Tho m municipal campaign this full promises M to lo n hot one. It will uudoubtod- M ly ho fought out ngnln hotwoon tbo h republican nnd prohibition partios, M atnl It la doubtful whothor oithor tho B democrats or soolnliBtfl will plnco n H ticket In tho Hold. Work is boing B done quietly 011 both isdns, nnd tho m voters nro trying to ntnko up thoir H minds which party to support. M Somo two or throe rcpuhlionua who m aipportcd tho citizen's tiokot for B hohool trnstoos, hnvo oxporloncod a H ohnngo of lioart nnd nro trying to M mnko tholr pnoo with t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 August 1905

r ENTRIES IN PRIZEJPTING CONTEST. Names and Standing of Those Competing for the Respective Prizes. -.- First Prize, The $150 Estey Organ. .. ( For most popular Young Lady. ) NAMi:. VOTES Miss Luolln Fnwcott, St. (Joorgo 1 8G Mlsa Ijottlo McQuarrio, St. Uoorgo '....'.'.. ICO Mlsa Orn WatBon, Pnrowan, 80 MIhm Mnry Ann Pnrry, Codnr City !!!!!!" 00 Second Prize, Expensive Steel Range. (For most popular Miiiried Lady) Mrs. Mnry (lower, Codnr City 05 Mra. Aniiio S. Snow, St. Goorgo 2.15 , Mrs. Doll Porry, Codnr City .'.'.'.'...' 00 Third Prize, $25 Suit of Clothes. (For most popular Young Man. ) 1 Snnmol. Fifo, Codnr City, 02 Juno Foster, Codnr City 90 Frank Wood, Codnr City GO Nominations nro still in ordor. I CORRESPONDENCE I I 'ji SUMMIT.. Summit, Utnh, August 0. Chnrlos II.. Dnlloy la erecting a lnrgo hny ham and V. II. Dnlloy has enclosed liia lot with a fancy wiro fouoo. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. U. Dnlloy havo gouo to Kichflcld nnd .ottior points 011 n combined business nnd plcnsuro tiip. Up...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 August 1905

W1 '-" f B TWENTY YEAR8 OF IT. H Emaciated by Diabetes; Tortured H with Gravel and Kidney Pains. H Honry Soulc, cobbler, of Ham- H mondsport, N. Y., says: "Slnco Doan's M Kldnoy Pills cured mo eight years H ago, I'vo reached 70 and hopo to live H many years long- cr. nut twenty years ago I had kldnoy trouble so bad 1 could not work. Backache was persistent - and It was agony to lift anything. Gravel, whirling headachcB, dlzzl .,j ncR8 and terrible H urinary disorders ran mo down from m 1C8 to 100 pounds. Doctors told mo 1 H had diabetes and could not live. 1 H was wretched and hopeless when I H began using Doan's Kidney Pills, but H thoy cured mo eight years ago and H I'vo bean well ever since." H Fostqr-Milburn Co., Duffalo, N. Y. H For snlo ,by all deatara. Price, 60 H cents iper box. H Different New. H The years seemed very long to mo, fl and lire was but a bore; all sights H woro tiresome to see, and I had the H blues galore. All jokes wore ancient H hero below, good songs wero ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 August 1905

nlaT?' IlifiB I DLACtintADS fiticura . SOAK ml ; To treat Pimples and Blackheads, $M , Red, Rough, Oily Complexions, -B ' gently smear the face with Cuti- ml ' cura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, but do not rub. Wash off , the Ointment in five minutes with 1 Cuticura Soap and hot water, and i bathe freely for some minutes. Repeat morning and evening. At W other times use Cuticura Soap for H bathing the face as often as agree m : able. No other Skin Soap so pure, so sweet, so speedily effective. H Cntlcnrs hip eomMnt dtllrtts ntfdlctnil nil nnoU H ninl proptrtlei dcrirnl from Cuticura, Ik. (rtit fckln H Cora, with ths pumt ol cltinilr.jt Infrtd'irMs and the H tnoit rcfrtihlng of lower odors. Two Kospslnoaeat on frlto nanielr, a tlsdlelnsl snd Toilet Soip for Ho. oiler Ilrul Chem. Corp i Sols fropi., Boiton. M Biuil4rn,4lIowturreitrTi,PuiUx,iB,dBeaaUf7." j -HAVE YOU ANY f ! HIDES, SHEEP f PELTS, ETC. ? i WE WANT THEM fL AT TOP PRICES m ft Rowe, Morris, Summerhays Go SR SALT LAKE CITY ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 11 August 1905

I OKItY OHE WEEK H Remains of our I I GRAND INVENTORY SALE ii M .. H , FOR ONE WEEK LONGER, H or until August J 9th, we will continue to make the follow- :: ing reductions for Cash in our various departments. j DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, I MIIY ONE SHOES, HATS and NOTIONS. :: t UWLI UllL REDUCED 20 PER CENT. I " MflRF WFFK ALL OUR GROCERIES and muni: nttiv hardware reduced I lO PER CENT. f H T B Mi H This brings the goods practically to cost. The profit H until the close of the sale is yours, but remember the H r:l reductions are for CASH ONLY . I The Sale Closes Evening of Aug. 19. f I I ' Cedar City CO-OE I B I C. J. ARTHUR, Superintendent. I" ' H GEDflR CITY DRUG STORE.! j Ii ii EALERS IN . H' &&&& && . pwre Drugs, I. Toilet Articles, Wrn Fille Perfumer I' tHL Choice Cutlery, I, M& Hot Water Bottles, I Syringes, Etc. H gjp Doctors' Prescriptions H -ptftftftftf Carefully Compounded by a H II H Registered Pharmacist BENJ. F. KNELL, Proprietor. H State Land Not...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 August 1905

IHHIHHHHIHHHIHHHHHHHHKn I ' y mm I JB2NCouNTf Record. H y!' i2 Cedar Gty, Iron Cotffy, UtanTFrByt August 18, 1905. " " """ " " " " 0 ' wEBm H BUT FEWCHANGES. Candidates in Voting Contest Mostly H I!ctai", Sanie Relative Positions. H Miss Hartlia Baker Entcrcd-June H Foster In Lead Prospective Can- Hl dates Who arc Talked of. Ew Thoro nro fow changes in tho roal- Ek tivo positions of tho candidates for WBfL prizes in our big voting contoat this A week. Juno Fostor of Cedar City Kv takes first placo in tho raoo for tho Wm' HU't of clothes, but whilo a numbor w of othor candidates hnvo gained votoi IX thoir rolativo poistious remain the Iff samo. IB Thoro is ono now ontry for tho first WW pirzo, tho young lady bolng Miss M Martha Bakor of St. Goorgo. Miss ip Bakor is tho daughter of William B. H Bakor, oounsolor iu tho East St. K Goorgo Wnrd blshoprlo. No young I lady in southorn Utah is inoro gon- 1 orally Ukod and respootod. Hor lifo I is nbovo reproach and hor ehauoos of winning 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. — 18 August 1905

H UTAH STATE NEWS H - H It ia now practically certain that tho H national guard of Utah will hold their H encampment In Mnnti. H Four-cent fares havo been granted H by the Salt Lake street car system to w tli oso who purchase books containing H fifty fares. H Tho janitors of tho Ogi'en school H buildings will hereafter bo compelled B to wear uniforms when In discharge of K their duties. R Tho contract has been let for the H now school building at Mantl. Tha H building Is to bo modem and will cost H about $17,000. H Tho flrst work In tho way of cstab- B llshlng tho Utah Independent Tele- K phono company In Park City was be- m cun last week. H Percy J. Luster, arrested at Ogdcn H on tho charge of having murdered his B wlfo at Guthrio, Ky., on July 29, has m confessed tho crime. H David K. Parley, aged 38, proprietor H of a saloon lu OgdOn, suicided Sntur- H day night, taking a doso of morphine K largo enough to kill ten men. H Tho Richfield Fair and Driving as pH eoclatlon has plnnncd...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 August 1905

POISON IN THE EGO. -May Sometimes Be Infected Befor They are Laid. "Eggs may bo poisonous even before they aro laid," is the cheerful state, ment mado by Prof. Motchnlkoff of the Pasteur Institute, in tho witness box. Tho whites may contain disease-breed, ing microbes. These, when Ticated, survlvo In a vegetative state up to CO degrees centigrado or 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Consequently a raw or even partly cooked egg, however fresh, may always bo poisonous, owing to tho poisonous presonco ol llvoly bacilli In tho white and contain ed therein from tho very beginning, Tho professor's ovldcnce, writes the Paris correspondent of tho London Telegraph, was given in a case bo foro tho first chnmbor, in which a pastry cook is being sued by twenty flvo porsons who had been mado very ill by eating somo of his cream tarts, and by tho heirs of a twenty-sixth who died of It. Omclal experts, sup ported by M. Motchnlkoff, stated at the first hearings of the caso that It is utterly impossible ever ...

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. — 18 August 1905

V : : Iron County Record , H insure cvtnr mioay iH ' ' SOUREERH UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT- H , INC COMPANY sHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIH H tt M) ( H CHARLES 8. WILKINSON ' R EDITOR AND MANAGER H' - : ; - t........; H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER. 1003 B CNURCD AT THE CEDAR CITY POST- H OITICC AS SECOND CLASS MATTER B .. ....,.... H nUDSCRIPIION $1.60 PER YEAR H . ALWAYS IN AOVANCC Mk ' h'rklny, August 18, 1905. H PROPITIOUS 0U1 LOOK. H In this Ibhuo of tho Rccconl will H( io I'ouncl tlio nnnouncomout of tlio Hl opening "f tlio Ilninoh Normal for tbo KJ pnwn yonr. Thoro bna novor boon H a tlino whoii tbo outlook for tbo B school wns moro nusploious. Oodnr H City 1h 11 model oollugo town. Tbo HH bonltb of tbo poplo la almost porfoct. H Thoro is not n Blnglo caso of typ- H ho III fever or nny otbor Infootious or B contagious disonso In tbo plnco. At H JJonvor thoy nro in tbo throon of n H gonornl npldomloj of Bourletinn which B in eo wldo'sprcad ns to bo boyond H tbo hounds of qunraiitino. At other B ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 August 1905

I ENTRIES IN PRIZEJOTING CONTEST, I Names and Standing of Those Competing for I the Respective Prizes. i First Prize, The $150 Estey Organ. m ( For most popular Young Lady. ) IB . ... . ..' votes H Mlsa Luolln Fawcott, St. Goorgo ; not if Miss Lottie MoQunrrlo, St. Ocorgo !!!!!!!.!!!.!.'. 100 H Miss Orn Watson, Parowau, ... ,v '.!'.! .!!'.'. '.'.'.! '. 05 M Miss Mary Ann Purry, Codar City "...'.!.!! M !!!!!.'!!! ! CO m Mies Martha Baker, St. Goorgo, !...'.'!!!!!!!!.!!!!! 150 m Second Prize, Expensive SteerRange. jLi (For most popular Married Lady) W Mrs. Mary Gowor, Codar Olty flf!3 Mrs, Annlo S. Snow, St. Goorgo !.!!.' .".'.'.' .'.".'."!.'.".'.'! .' 2G0 Wi Mrfl I5oll Perry, Codar City ........!. CO ft Third Prize, $25 Suit of Clothes. ffi (For most popular Young Man.) K Juno Fostor, Codnr City 10T B Samuol Flfo, Codar City, ', 90 I Fronk Wood, Codar City , !.!!.!!!!'.'..'. 70 ft Nominations nro still iu order. If I CORRESPONDENCE $ I I pXrowaTjI Parowau, Utah, Aug. 1G. Howard, tho ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 August 1905

I ioo!oilipSajs MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE M Lydla Plnkham's M Vogotablo Compound H The wonderful power of Lydla E. H Pinkham'H Vegetable Compound orcr M Che diseases of womankind in not be- H cause it Is a stimulant, not because it M is a palliative, but simply because it is 1 tho most wonderful tin la and recon- 1 Htructor ever discovered to act directly M upon the generative organs, positively m curing disease and restoring health and H rigor. M Marvelous cures are reported from M all parts of the country by women who M have been cured, trained nurses who M have witnessed cures and physicians U, xtho havo recognized the virtue of H Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Coin- pound, and are fair enough to give BhlygMfc credit where it Is A If physicians dared to be frank and H open, hundreds of themwould nckuowl- B, edge that they constantly prescribe HB Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com V pound in severe cases of females ills, as HV they know by experience It can be rc- V lied upon to effec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 August 1905

1 COMMODORE NICHOLSON RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA. I iTqiy!fcbsw,:''--wy COMMODORE COMMODORE Somervillo Nicholson of tlio United States Navy, in a ' letter from 1837 R. Street, North west, Washington, D. C, says: 1 " Your Pcruna has been and Is now I used by so many ot my friends and acquaintances as a sure cure tor ca i iarrh that I am convinced of Its cura tive qualities and I unhesitatingly rec ommend It to all persons suffering . from that complaint. " I Our array and our navy arc tho natural protection of our country. I Pcruna is tho natural protection of tho army and navy iu tho vicissitudes of climate and exposure. We have on fllo thousands of testi monials from prominent people in the army and navy. I Wo can give our readers only a slight i glimpse of tho vast array of unsolic- y "ed endorsements Dr. Hartman is con- L Btantly receiving for his widely known and clllcicnt remedy, Pcruna. If you do not derivo prompt and satis- 1 factory results from tho use of Peruria, write at onco to...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 18 August 1905

aBaBaflLH -- m..m.M m.m m. lA.J,AtJfiiftrtiifr-t-l'-tJ ill ill I afuBiif it ifnti A A afi aafntnlMVA AAaTcilaal AAita I 17 1-2 Per Cent H LaLaBaBi i JO I I uiiarantsod. aVawawawaVj ' H W ' '$ Iloronftor nil Gash Purohasors at our Storo will rocolvo B ; ;t "purohaso clicks" roproBonting tho nmount of tholr pur- H ohuscs, whloh will bo roturuablo nt tho end of six months L' nnd will draw 7 K por cont iu morolmndlso. You tnke H absolutely no olianooa. it mokos no difforonoo wbothor wo H ' nro prospering or not, your dividend of 1 por cont 1b H gunrantood boforobnnd. Gould nnyono nek for n falror or a H moro liborul proposition than this? Uuy wboro you onn do ("""1 tho boat. H CEDAR SHEEP ASSOCIATION, 1 M. D. IIIGBEE, Suporlntondont. H ? TlTlTVITrrTTTfVTVVTTTTTTTTfTVlTTTtTtTTtttYtl H tj4aVIHaBBVam4MHLHEMNavaa(B9jaflaVuMaM di I PALACE DRUG COMPANY i LLW m ARTHUR, BLADEN, WALKER BLDG. fl M A CEDAR CITY, UTAH. A H jfl A Choice line of Drugs, Druggists' Sundries, m HL 4 Patent Medicines, To...

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