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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 September 1905

BB(w'WWBIIBWBBWHWiWWBBPHHPBPPBPW '"" W'"HWBJBWBJBMBBBBHfiKJ BBhb' BBBHBi BBBb 'HhBBkh bY" ' " hBB Bs.i" BBBBES B 0l 2 Cedar Otlnturity Uah, Friday, Sept. 29 1905. " No7T3 Hfll WATSON SlUUEADS Parowan Candidate for the Prize Organ H Outdistancing Others. Bl Airs. Snow Increases Her Lead, and IJuno Foster Beats Frank Wood One Vote. ' Dceplto tho olimntlo conditions, J tbo opening of sohools and various -othor matters calculated to lutorforo, K Interest iu our voting oontoBt oontin- HJ 'uoa to inoroaso. Ab tho closo begins to draw in sight friends of tho various candidates nro beginning to tako a personal intoroat lu tbo raco. They want tholr favor H1' ites to win and a numbor bavo an- nouncod tboir intontlon of paying " tuJr subscriptions a numbor of yoars in advance in order to help tboir B friouds. This wook tbo leading candidates for tbo organ and range bavu both I tando a furjhor gain ovor tholr nearest If competitors. Mrs. Snow, who has 4 ''. tho heaviest voto of any nominee, has...

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. — 29 September 1905

I f pffiL0&mON bybibb" t . . I m 'P I BH 1 For Fall Wear. H .Tho most fashlonablo materials for H tho autumn liavo a lustrous finish. H Broadcloths which aro as glossy as H satin will bo much worn and Henri- H otta cloth and cushmorc. For ovcry- H i day frocks thcro nro the supple H French serges, the wool mixtures In H fasclnntlng color combinations, tho H,' Venetian cloths, nnd tho perennially M r1 popular cheviots and tweeds. H Tho circular skirt will bo prominent B In tho now modes, nnd tho tunic skirt M will bo seen In n varloty of styles. M Both short and long conts will bo tho B fashion. In separate waists thero are m to bo variations of tho surpllco style. H Many greens will bo worn throughout H j (ho autumn and wlntor. Bed Is also H fashlonablo. Tho grays, especially B tho Bhadcs known as smoko nnd Lon- M don fog, aro particularly good stylo. HJ j Cloctric bluo, tho plum, pruno nnd H dahlia tints and tho bronze nnd ma- H hogany shades will also bo worn. H ' .Grace Marga...

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. — 29 September 1905

llJUD B 100D FOR BAD " Hheumatlam and Other Blood Dla. easos aro Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink PJlla. "In the lend mine-. I was nt work on my knees wthmy olbowH pressed against II cold," said Mr. J. o. Moukel, of 2975 Jackson avenue, Dubuque, Iowa, in do "anil it is not burpri.siug that I con! tracted rheumatism. For three years I had attacks affecting the joints of my ankle,, kll0 ,, oboWH' M 7 ana knees became mi swollen I could ft?!'? wn,k ""oven ground and a little pressure from a Mono under my leet would cause mo so much pain that I would nearly sink down. I was often obliged to lie in bod for sovoml days at a umo. My friends who wore similarly troubled were getting no relief from doctors and I did not feel oncouragocl to throw lnonoy away for nothing. By chaiico I read tho htory of Robert Yates. or tho Klauer Manufacturing Co., of IJubuque, wlio had a very bad caso of rheumatism. I decided to try Dr. Wil liams Pink Pills for Palo Pooplo, tho remedy ho had used. In threo or four ...

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. — 29 September 1905

Hr' A I ) 1" j Iron County Record V, T iituto tvtnr rnioT by the S0U3EERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT- . . v" , 4 INC company ; ; I CHARLES T WILKINSON ;; EDITOR AND MANAGER ' j- , A EsrAQUaHE0 DECEMBER, 1003 '.'. B X ...... H X l T ENTERSO AT THE CEDAR CITY P09T- B X OPPICS AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H T. ....... , , H ) ? 3UDSCRIPTI0N 51. BO PER YEAR H X ALWAYS IN ADVANCE mWl ? .......... ,.J.,. V Friday, Sept. 20, 1905. Hj THE BURNINO ISSUE. j Thoro never whs n titno in tlio his- H tory of Cedar City whon public fuol- Ing was stirrod to suoh depths as it H iuiB boon (luting the past wook. Knots of o.xoltod moil hovo congregntod H upon tbo stroots and freely discussed H mobbings, lyuohing, otc. Oilloors ns well na others hovo lost tboir bends, H ' nud olthor nddod fuol to tbo (lamo by H t ' indlsoreot ronmrks or Imvo bcoo.no H j insulting to oitlzons who did not fl nltogotbor oolnoldo in tboir views. H j Attompts to Intltnldntooortaln portlos H I to thy flgbt bnvo boon inndo by tbo H ...

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. — 29 September 1905

m J i r'?BBBBBBBBBBli I i I ENTRIES IN PRIZEJOTING CONTEST. , I Names and Standing of Those Competing for, the Respective Prizes. 1 1 .j . ) I First prize, The $150 Estey Orrfan. '1 NA (For most popular Young Lady.) . 1 8 VOTKS I Miss Om Watson, Pnrowan, 8i7 j I MIbh Luolln Fnwcott, St. Georgo '. ,.........', '. ....,., " 712 I 3 MIbb Mory Ann Parry, Codar City !..'.!!!! 1 !'.'."."". ". G47 I f Mies Martha Bakor, St. Goorgo -. !..'!!!!!!!!.! 420 Miss Glarn Prlnco, Harmony, 255 if MIbh Lottlo MoQuarrio, St. Goorgo .- !!.'!!.'!!!. 217 I a M Je8 Adu Brynilti Codar Olty, . .'.'.''.' ..'.'.'.' .' 202 M Second Prize, Expensive Steel Range. ! m (For most popular Married Lady) m Mrs. Annio S. Snow, St. Goorgo . . .' . 1201 H Mrs. Mary Gowor, Oodar City .......... 1080 m Mrs. Barbarn Twoodio, Summit, 132 9 Mrs. Boll Porry, Codar City , , . GO I Third Prize, $25" Suit oi Clothes jf (For most popular Young Man.). M Juno Fostor, Codar Olty - 203 H Frank Wood, Codar Olty .'. : ' . 202 M Samuel F...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 September 1905

pHfllflfllfl!! m&T B I U 8. 8ENAT0R TOWNE flj II Credits Doan's Kidney Pills with a fll m I . Gratifying Cure. fl M Hon. Charles A. Towno, ox-U. S. BJ H Senator from Minnesota, brilliant or- fll H ' tor, clover business man, brainy law fll yer, whoso national promlnonco made B fin -ft him a. formidable candidate for the Ha 'mJDW" presidential nomination Ih 1904, HI fir writes us the following fl Vm Gentlemen; I BJ Ma' je8g nn(j jnn Hfl ' Guld, had a dull hcadacho and lieu- flfl f ralgic pains In tho limbs and was otherwise distressed. A few boxes at flfl the pills effectually routed my nilment HH and ! ntn glad to acknowledge tho Hfl j benefit I derived. fl (Signed) CHARLES A. TOWNE. H Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Bfl f For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 HHa j, , cents per box. HHm i A man who pronounces marriage a HHl ; failure cither has had too much ex HHm perlonce or else none at all. Phlla HH dclphla Bulletin. TEA B Our fortune and hope are BL in tea, in good tea. LW ...

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. — 29 September 1905

Hi H " Tumors Conquered Without Operations H Unqualified Success of Lydla E,. PinKham's m Vegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs. Fox MB and Miss Adams. D kw CJtyftHaaaaaaWartaaaMaaai jBWff vtguJt5p M I V V, 'TKcPvjrJv vrfrf j j '' ' 1 1 jH One of tho greatest triumphs of Lydla H B. Plnlcham's Vegetable Compound is B tho conquering of woman's dread H enemy, Tumor. H So-called "wandering pains" may H como from its early stages, or the pros- B ence of danger may be mado manifest H by excessive menstruation accompanied H by unusual pain extending from tho H orarlos down the groin and thighs. H If you havo mysterious pains, if there H are indications of inflammation ulcera- tm lion or displacement, don't wait for B time to confirm your fears and go R through the horrors of a hospital opera- M tlon; secure Lydla E. Pinkham's Vcge- B table Compound right away and begin H Its uw and write Mrs. 1'lnkham of H Lynn. Mass., for advice. H Read these strong letters from grato- H ful women who havo b...

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. — 29 September 1905

H f I " ledar City and Vicinity. 3 isms L JtTks T,1 Record cnn ubo n load or two H Sl"" "' wood on subscription. Dry codnr H proforroJ. m A ropubllcnn primnry will bo bold M' j in tho oity boll tomorrow evening H - for tbo pnrpoflo of nominating n tickot M . ; for bo municipal olootlon noxt No- B vombor. M A splendid rain foil horo yesterday, 1 ' wblcli, judging from nppoarnnoes, B ) . 'uoonid to bo quito gonornl tbrougbout fl " Boutbom Utah. It doubtless did it L groat donl of good to tbo rangos, nnd H r will mnrk tbo beginning of Indinn fiummor. H What lias bocomo of tbat barrel H labolod "Drugs nnd Glasswaro" tbat B was brougbt in tho othor day nnd in- , ndvortantly dollvorod to tbo wrong H nddroes, and oponod boforo tho mis tako was dlscovorod. This is somo- B w. thing that tbo boys nron't onto. HQ Wlllnrd Oorry o.xpocts to loavo in H n fow days for Bunkorvillo, whore ho H .will toach school tbo ooming winter. M AVlllard will tako blB own toam and H oouvoynnoo nnd for somo reuso...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 October 1905

IHIIPI vEl pPfBi tt .-. " tHR i . f Rfli Hk . -. .. . .. sftP - - - l I Jron CoufeY Record K' olt l2 Cedar Gty, Iron CountyJJtah, Frida Oct, 6, 1905. " " " No744 1H EFFECT OF SPRAYING ' Practical Experiments of Prof. L D. B Hall of Logan. H' Savcd 99 I'er Cent of Fruit, While B Adjoining Orchards are K Badly Infested. B, Mr. 0. A. Hiokonluoper, Boorotary H of tbo Stnto Hoard of Horticulture, H haa just rotuniod from Oaobo Valloy R whore ho 1ms boon investigating tho HR results of oxporitnouts conducted by R Prof. E. 1). Ball of tho Utah Exporl- R inont Station, on tho effects of spray- R lug ond banding lor tbo codling moth IB in apples. mm , Ifc 'a n knwon fact that this post Up for youra has boon ono of tho greatest K; draw bnoka to tho applo industry. Br In fact it has totally disoourngod n If? Broot nmubor of fruit ralsors in this If state. .$ ,. Tho methods followed by Mr. Boll J ' . at0 8 follows: Through spraying J with Paris Groon ns rooommonded in K bullotln No. 10 of this ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 October 1905

JM H ; - k 7 SStqweS mdSs fONrajM HHI l' Hj!ySrfCafrf 1HI cJrnHv!PTKl . J'.V' Inl naA vtstrTT'LiK? NSHst 1 HH When a Thing I Lost. I They lull me when I Iomo a thing HI No ono'H ut fault lmt mo, H JI'h Just bocnitHo I'm cnrelosscr M 'N what I uiiKlit to be. But there aiu happenings that show HHI It ln't true n bit M 'Cntuio when it thing got lout I Know Hj U'h part thv fun It of Iti HHI 'CntW often when I'm In tho house HHI For JiiHt little while 1 put my can nn' hull nn' xuch HH All In a little pllo; 'then when I'm In a lush to go, And hurry light to wheio J left 'cm. U'h 'moxt always, so HHj Thnt ono of 'em'H not thcrcl , , M Ami while wo hunt with all our might ' Tim thing wo're looking for . HHI Is hid, I'm cine. Ju.st out of Might t HHI An laughln' more an' more: 'CaUHo It can hear us coin' wrong HHI An' sayln'. "Where d'ynu ,H'poo HHI That old thing In?" An' nil along HHI It's happy, 'cause It knowsl i , HH -Harper's Weekly.' H How Are You7 B-BHHS flfcHH. HHHnPYHnHT This, lofy...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 October 1905

1m. "" mm JA Wrncf ancf 6r Valley K A wild wind roamed the world, B T.leb'Jllou.?' 5tron,ri nnd '" Hr It howled Its discords long and loud. mm O cr mountain, plain, and sea. Bi" I Through spaces vast It swpt, I i ). . Nor paused as on It Hew, H -And chaos dlra e'er marked Its track. M nut still It onward blew. R 25) A v""oy sweot It found, pis) JMM Cv . w,tn Pplceful sunshine niled, XtV S til U swept botween the clrcllnc slopes, fYJ H 7V y WBS thr'"cd- AJ H tojiy Th0 vn,ie R,mrne,i lt notj Sf5 - ,.IJut lovlnc frcetlng &nve. k No longer wild, rebellious, sweeps Hr - That wind o'er land and wave M'J The valley sweet nrt thou, ' K Who greeting gave to me. Mj The wild wind; now no longer wild B Content to rest In thee. H Ethel L. Preble, In Sunset Magazine. h (Copyright, 1905, by Daily Story Pub. Co.i l "Ten o'clock," said Emogeno Gray, ' glancing at her watch as sho impa- S tlontly walked up and down the Uttlo H platform In front of the dingy country 8 station. "What pcrverso fato ...

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. — 6 October 1905

i H WHWHlH''HHMffr4 H :: Iron County Record J H u&ute tvtT rmcAT r the H 80UAEERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT- '. M INC COMPANY H f , t ( 1 CHARLES S. WILKINSON t&tJOH AND MANAGER H 'nmmnimimitMniMiMM aaa....a ..' H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER. I0B3 M , . ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- H OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER H i i H t SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR M X ALWAYS 1M ADVANCE i f . ,, l.,f..1..a,.f.....f .tt.l....l..L.l'i.tiit.itirtrr.Sil t 1 ITTnTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf H Friday, Oct. 6, 1905. 1 Every weok Tbo Record finds its H way into now homos. Wo aro extend- H ing tbo olrolo of our noqunltitnnon H mid ranking many umv frionds. it M will bo our nlm to bring auob a moos- M tin of eatlsfnotlon and rntortninmout H to yo 1 during tbo present year tbnt 1 j"ii will bo unablo to koop bouso H will. out 118 in tbo futuro. Wo sbnil H try to doal with nil questions of pub- H, lio moment in a broad and obaritn H; bio vnv, showing duo doforouco for Hi tbo views of tboeo wbo dn not boo M -- 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. — 6 October 1905

1 J t ENTRIES IN PRIZEJOTING CONTEST. ff Names and Standing of Those Competing for 14 the Respective Prizes. 0 . First Prize, The $150 Estey Organ. r ( For most popular Young Lady. ) ' I NAMK. VOTES t I Miss Om Watson, Parowan, , 1057 I Misa Ijuolln Fnwcott, St. Goorgo 7flO Miss Mary Anu Parry, Codar City G92 ' Miss Mnrthn lJnkor, St. Goorgo, 42C L f Miea Clara Princo, Harmony, 265 1 ; Miss Lottio MoQunrrio, St. Goorgo 217 I f Miaa Ada Bryant, Codnr City, 202 I k Second Prize, Expensive Steel Range. ' ' (For most popular Married Lady) I Mrs. Aunio S. Snow, St. Qoorgo 131)5 I V Mrs. Mary Oowor, Codar City 1247 J' . Mr. Bnrlmra Twoodlo, Summit, 132 S 4 Mrs. Boll Perry, Codar City CO j I Third Prize, $25 Suit ol Clothes 'm (For most popular Younjj Man.) I ' .liuio Foelor, Codnr City 330 f Frank Wood, Codar City : 202 t Snmiiol Flfo, Codar City, . 152 I Robert Woodbury, L Vorkin, Utah '. . . - 123 I Mnrlou M. MUlott, Codnr City 108 I Nominations nro atlll in ordor j 1 CORRESPONDENCE j' ...

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. — 6 October 1905

STUBBIE AND FATTY AND BILLY AND ME H By Byron Williams nP" SfIllAlM i ' y " & 'ks? L. y- 'ft! ' ' '' HhP Wl'V BBBsBl BB Stubble and Fatty ana Billy and ME, Wo bin n Ilshln' fur cntflnh, b' grot .. BJI Wo bin n ilshlu' wheru llHhcrmon go, J Up In "Tho Ilun" whero tlio pickerels BJI growl BJJ Wo bin n Ilshln' with 'hoppers an' things BB1 "Spit on ver hook anil yer lucky, b' SJ , . Jlngsf" BJ Stub got u bite that una nlmost a whalol J 1'ut caught n coul-Bcuttlo right by tlio B Stubble nnd Fatty and Hilly nnd ME, J we found n nest In a sllck'ry elm treol BJ Down by the bridge thoy's a "whook- .. whacker's" goal: J "Whookwhncker" gobbles tho "fraldy- BBJ cats'Vwholcl BB Dasson't louoh tonds or they'll glvo yo Bj .their Warts I BBJ we known whete gooseberries grows by BJ , the quarts! BB , Stub caught n honcy-beo right by Its BBr , . wings! J I hooked n mud-turtle, too, once, b' Jlngsl H Stubblo,'nnd -Fatty nnd Hilly and ME, BJI Vo hung our clothes on a thornapplo BJI tree; BJJ iMi'ii...

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. — 6 October 1905

BMBBmPi B J The FooVs TaradUe H ' " 'wwvw J B There w-a a fool who thought himself, a Hf King, H He proudly strutted and his head was BY iilKli: At r I "n laughed who heard the poor fool BBBP muttering: I-1 "How wonderful nm IT There wns a king whose. navy luled the H seas, BB Hut over as i he passed In renal Htdti H He murmured to himself: "The least of these BB In my pluie could be great." JBf Ami would you he a king In rmiplu clad W I I saddened by your -common llttli- BBm ness' I I KB hold, let me be the scoff ed-nt fool and BjH glad BJBJj Who cannot know nor guesx. B S. E. Klsor. H (Copyilght, 1003, by Dally Story Pub Co.) a ine river was licking tlio piles of j the old wharf In a caressing sort of m wny, the sky was black overhead, and M occasionally a few big drops of rain -B fell out of the heavenward murklncss H and spattered the planking of tho H wharf In tho glow of a few dim lights that were scattered along its edge. H Dent was standing In tho glow ot one B of theso ligh...

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. — 6 October 1905

I 5 Cedar City and Vicinity. & H Huy your typowritor supplies nt H tho Record oUloo. H Wo will now hnvo politics thrco H nionlH a dny until nftor election. H Thoro is UBimlly nt least ono die- H Bonting voto nt tho prohibition moot- H ingfl. H A quantity o( shulo hns recently H boou hnulod onto tho county road H north of town. H MIbb Fanny Ashdown is it Into nd- H ditiou to tho stair of Tho Iron County H Record. H - David Ilnigbt nnd son Horton oamo H in Saturday ovouiug from Mllford H with eovorol tanks of oil. H The prlzo stool ranfio is now on ox- H hlbltiou nt tho Equitable Co-op's H moat market. Gall nud boo it. H Tho registration nt tho Rranah Nor HI mnl still oontiuuos to rapidly in- H oroaBo, nnd promisos to breuk all past H rooords bofoie tho your in out. H I I I H Notice. Hf Oollnrs, Gull's, and Shirts laun- HBT dried iib olienp as cnu bo dono in Salt HH( Lake Orders tnkon first of each HH. , wook. Also suits cleaned, pressed HH nnd ropairod. Apply to Mrs. A. L. H' "Pa...

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. — 20 October 1905

B .fiMro '' ' 'Mr - ' lffiffilf Hk snugf issSt lHHlMHBBtt 1 RQN Coumty Record I HH$ Vo1, 2- m Cedar CUy, Iron County. Utah, Friday, Oct. 20, 1905. " No. 46 HBfi H AUTO' FOR CEDAR. HR Machine Creates Ripple of Excitement HB' Among Inhabitants. BH' Owners Hny Incorporate Company HK and Establish Local Lines H fMm in This County. VK Tho now rnaobiuo Is what la known Hr aHv QS a flvo pnssongor tourist car, inauu- BHf faoturod by the oolohrated Olds Mobilo H Hl Company, and is oortninly a bonuty. BfK The owners nro II. II. Park nnd Frauds HhB' U. Sborrord, who nro horo for ho pur H'HE Pb0 ot testing tho roads with a view H'B to establishing ono or nioro local ' MACHINE HANGS UP. HI' Tho muabiuo was unloadod from HuVK tho ours at Lund tbo lnttor part of IK lastweok. n limited supply of gasolino B At.. boing proourod at Lund. It ran fairly H'!JHk dosplto tho fact that thoro is cousidor Kw' nblo sand on tho road, until withlu a HrH tollo or two of Iron Springs, wbbro BW balkod n,1( rofusod ...

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. — 20 October 1905

bbbbbbt BBBBBM nt is BBBH ii i - iiimiiihi i m i ' " B Sweet First Love. H If tho truth were known the picas- m anteBt foaturo of first lovo would H proTo to lie Its memory, remarks Mr. H a J. Norrls In tho Fortnightly Ite- H vlow. -It munt bo an exqulsto Bonsa- m tlon to sco tho Imago of tho woman B one first loved appear In tho purplo 1 'emoko of tho nocturnal plpo; to ro- H illvo In fancy the days that aro nc H 'more," and to bo able to thank Fate H that things are as uiev are. H Woman, Lovely Woman. m I "Don't you know," said Miss Over- M seven, "that I am really feeling young H cr to-day than I did a fow years ago?" H "Ycs," replied Miss Incrtccns, "I've B noticed of late that you aro getting H quite childish." TEA M Tea puts youth in tired H olcl bones, and turns wrinkles H to laughter. H I Shells for Holy Water. B Tridacua sholls aro very commonly 1 used In churches In Europo for holj fl 1 water basins and even fonts. The B largest, perhaps, aro those In use In H St. Peter's ...

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. — 20 October 1905

I . NO HOME 18 TOO POOR TO f BE WITHOUT THREE CROWN The Pure Cream of Tartar BAKING POWDER .No home la rich enough to buy batter. Cream of Tartar, the pure, health ful product of delicious grapes, Is tho - chief Ingredient and makoa "Throe Crown" the best of the good onos. Money refunded If you don't like Three Crown. Hewlett Bros. Co. W. L. Douglas W. L. Douglas S4.00 Gilt Edge Lino . cannot be oquallod at any prlco. 'Jr SL W.L.DOUOLAS MAKES AhO SELLS MORE MEN'S S3. BO SHOES THAN , ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER. Mfl fifin REWARD to anyone who on $IUjUUU dliprovs this tUtimsnt J, V. L.. Douglas S3.S0 shoes have by their ox 1 cellrnt style, easy fitting, and superior wearing qualities, achieved the largest lale of any $3,50 shoe In the world. They are Jus t as good at those that cost you $5.00 to $7.00 the only 1 difference It the price. II I could take you Into ' my factory at Urockton, Mass., the largest In the world under, one root making men's fine shoes, and show you the care with whic...

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. — 20 October 1905

F - r " H :: Iron County Record j Hj ittuCD tvcnr miDr by thi B ' ! SOUKEERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT ! H INC COMPANY H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H EDITOR AND MANAOER H FSrAOLISHEO DECEMBER. 1893 H ................ H FMTEREO AT THE CEOAR CITY POST- H OFflCE A8 SECONO CLASS MATTER H .......................... ... ..,. ' H SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR B ALWAY8 IN AOVANCE H Friday, Oct. 20, 1905. H AIU5T HELP OURSELVES. fl Wbnt is tho uso of sitting down H nnd sighing for tbo railroad to build H to Uortnr? Why not (Ix up our roads H n littlo and put on nutomouilos? H Tills ia tbo noxt thing to train sorvlco, H and nlmoat ns rapid, if tboro nro H good roads. By fixing up tho road H tbo run botwoon lioro nnd Luud could H bo tnadn in from an bnur to 1111 bour H and a half. Who would euro to go H quiolcor? Why not inoorporato n H local oompauy boro as thoy havo dono H 4 in iieavor 11 ud oporuto u lino of tna- H chinos at lonst botwoon boro and tho H railroad and ns i'nr as Parowan. Tbo H gout...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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