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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 February 1906

I 1 H Paso aniKixt . I H Cedar City and Vicinity. U b Tho fnmlly of Professor Tollentrup H of tho Nortnnl inoulty was placed B under qiinnuiMno yostordny noon for H goarletinn, tlio baby being nfllioted Hj with tbo disease. H Dr. Uraon bus boon kept "hump- B iuj" tho past week. Willi Dr. Mld- V dlotou away from town a doublo duty H liiiVdovolved upon lilm mid lio bus H him llttlo timo to waste. H ilosopu T. Wilkinson sturtod to H Lcods this molding for tho purposo H of paying a visit to bis motbor, Mrs. H Anna Wilkinson, who bus boon in 1 Tory poor bonltb for some timo past. H Tho plays Inst Friday and Saturday K nights woro vory successful from a Hj llunnoial standpoint. A fow iuoro H htiali and tbo Mutual Improvotnout nssoolntions will bo in a condition to B "make n uoiao like n bank." H Tho family of Sboriir Froyd was B quarantined tho first of tbo wook for b sonrlotina, ouo of tho oblldron having tbo disonHO In n light form. Liko H many other bonds of bousoholds B whoro tho dlsn...

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. — 9 March 1906

BbB a r b9h BPB pJBBfl bW fafaGl BBb ;fjBBB9 "- -' -; - 4 J $ H I .Iron County Record.? H; Vol. 13. ' Ctdar Oty, Iron Cotraty, Utah, Friday, Mar. 9, 19061 " """'. 7 No. J4U 'PH H" -'-.. . J uii-iL .jm.U-j-UiiitH-LiL jli juiu JiiwiiiiMiwiiMii anal iai riFlWiaTinitrTrrTT ir tn l i w wiwraini ,; , nrnrmnimnwni iiiiimi mwiiiii ! iraarari nrnaaanrani.Ti r nnwiwn wimnnw-Ti 1 1 1 t i war 1 1 1 -mm nmriTr tfti i win tm i 1 1 1 1 n nil w , f jjN BPBBBBBflai I APPALLING DISASTER Smith Pacific. H Tewji of Papeete Devastated. .Nar- H J"9w. Bsoape 0 Mormen aiders H 1 v ' From FalHng BuHdlng. - B Joe. T. Wilkinson, Jr., writing B under ;dt ef Feb.. 10, gives he B following stirring description of the B terries "paraa apl whioh recently H visited the locality where he is laber- H lag as a missionary. The portion of H his letter referring to the disaster H fellows : H And now for tae,"paran apl I" H' One of those destructive cyclones, H wklcb occasionally play bavoo with H portions of the eartha su...

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. — 9 March 1906

i H - H I a OAE.D lift A tT VYTM 1 I ' TO OtJR PATRON.' IX JA X lf XT 1 3 , m i a cav o- T, , lrTTE 13 AIDED HMK VT7AD 1 a. -, v FARM JOURNAL 5 YEARS, 1 H H Uta, &tfvvvUfc- villi U covAu,cA;A a ufcuoX at. tta H 3 KflTnTfllAlHl 5 H M U, tAtouA ia 4v w.av.ayw.w'c o )vo.. H Hij w) Willi iWll IfHlfwl ,, 3 H nl "XUvUtaaA. Ov.'v a'vwv ui'vlt o o'vu jjOUv . ;Uv H' ''"'' 3 I . H , && uovwc : Or U &. ' oW.'T H i To every ' subscriber new or old i 1 lcwA' ', :;;,;: ;,, Vj Hii paying $1.75 on subscription until a . I Wu V'- ,te the number of Farm Journal subscrip-1 t j M mv;'- 3 tions we have arranged for shall have v, I I A, R Whitehead & Sons- 1 1 been' xhausted--r; ' ' " "'i 1 i H ' H H l' -.. n - - ;W I H HHHHHHHBH HU- t T,r' '' i"' t4""1 ....ifr,. n.w...4.i i. ...i..if . n VB A -Ot. Sl. itt. iit. nl. 4ilr. .4Hr. ,ito .Alt. A-- .!. .. .k ji A .til.. W .0. .Jifc, 0 .At. .Oir. xilr. q. m '- St. George and Locality, V S 9 s V lit- jjhjWi A A '! A A jt A A A B K r W Hf Subs...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 March 1906

nfinlH ' mBBBBBBk HHI9H KnHHH .... --. - -" ' '' "lafJW "" "" vHb9 Miiinl'MM'll,ll' nil HH 11 ' ' ' J.' State News. IOrer a foot of snow fell at Fill more laet week. Tbo Murray eeoleelartlbal ward baa boon divldo'd into iwo wards. . ! ! . ' Two how moroantllo houses bavo recently been CBtabllahod at Pan " guitob. A orusado against truanoy is on u real earnest In tbo Salt Lako Olty public schools. Angus M. Gannon, of Salt Lako Olty, has gone on n visit to bis birtb plaoo, tbe Isle of Man. Funoral sorvloos over tbo remains of Walter S. Moss, luto manager of the Lyrio tbontro, waa bold' in bait Lako Olty last Sunday. 1 Tbo L. D. S. baskotball team of Salt Lako, In its ilnal gnmo. of tho season, hut Friday defeated tbo Aggies by a sooro of 20 to 10. Mrs. Margarot Thomas, ono of Utah's oarliest and moat highly ro spootcd sottlors, died last' Saturday , v Evening nt hor homo at Oakloy, Ida. m Southorn Oalifornia is said to offer B an oxcollout market for Utah draft 1 borsos. A rocont ship...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 March 1906

LsbsbsbsbsbsbbbH H H 3Pi.j; Sfour " ... ..'4 1 P mi i WW in i iiiMii.im'in ' ! PIUMR WHIM Wllia II 9 -H ! t Mil I t'Nif H i : Iron County Record : : HHH issvro mar mimtmtmi B IIHRIERN UTAH FMUIHIHO A PHWT- . . H IMC 6IMMNY H CHARLES 8. WILKINSON 1 EDITOR AK9 MAHAMft H t ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1803 BSBSBsfl! i T MT"ID AT TH CSOAR. CITY PMT J SfflCC A SICOHO CLASS MATTIR BSSH H t SUBSCRIPTION (I SO PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN AsVAHCt H Friday, Mar, 9, 1906 H DON'T NfKJLBCTTHBTRBBS. H Thin in the sorsou of the year when H some attention should bo paid to our B fruit trees. There is no crop of more H iwporUnoo to the reHldenta of south- H era UUh tlwm the fruit crop, nnd yet H It receives less attention than jtlmoiit H Htiy iaduttry in tlio oonrttry. H WJies the country was first settled B' the tree were h!1 young and froo from B Insect peat, about ell that it wan H nooeeeary to do was to et out the B young tiefls and acoAsloually wator H them during the bu miner season, H But h time passed on ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 March 1906

I' XAK Tiro ,H If 'H''i'tf''4"t'4''l'll'l 'J ' ; NEWS OF SOUTHERN BTAH TOWNS i; I 8 By Our Correspondents. T, fwrwH im i"tgwir'ri"ti,yir'PT'i"ri v 9 i Parowan, Utah. 0 C Parowan, Utab, Mar. 7, 100G. Rcarlet fever la on the deollue, there being but three flags now and 1 thoee will be removed in a few days. The Parents' clans in connection ' with the Sabbath School is a very happy addition, and will no donbtbo highly benefloial to young and old. Every father and mother should make a great effort to attend, ' ' Ob March 1st. a quit olaim deed was tiled in the Recorder's odloe from JCdwiu E. Thornton to F. L. Culver, oonveyiog an interest in nino mining claims situatod in or uear Little creek, Iron county, for a oon sideration of ton thousand dollars. The program of the con joint session of the M. I. A. Sunday ovening was a deviation from tbo usual, being largely musical and supplied by Oscar M. Lyman's grnpbapbono. s- ,. jtf The selections were choice, and muoh --- ' approoiatod. Walto...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 March 1906

M - - r y ? I HOUSEKEEPERS, LOOK HERE! if We Have Just Received $3,000 Worth of I H :: Having decided to close out our line of Tinware, ;! J EJW GOODS! jj I B : Picture Frames, Hosery, Jewelry, Stereoscopic ;;';j " - " " ""-"- " j H : Viewsf Photograph Albums, Vases and f::lf The new stock embraces our elegant Spring and :: I H Ornaments, we are offering some . Summer line$ of Dry Goods. Without doubt we I H 1 -AstOXinding Bargains. jjjjlf : have the lafest and choicest assortment of season- I H j - flf,l able Dress Goods in Southern Utah. Our stock I M : Everything in this line will be cut to cost or below. ::j:; embraces all the late and fashionable shades and fab- If 1 m ::s The store will be full of bargains, while they : f- rTT' i j m? mi i t. I M :: last, and the following are only a few to in- fi :: rics, including luxoun, iacquard silk, silk habitou, j , 1 3 dicate the kind of pricesthat will prevail. frig m0ussefine de soi, fancy check brilliantines, fancy If ' i K Come ear...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 March 1906

m H i - ' ' ' iii I,K ISeatx. M fjjtijitt j$ $$ u n u" 8 - flfe ? 8 Dispatcher's I mSi J Story I SPEARMAN & I 8 ; ' ((the last order.) I ervT-s' A" 888888888888:8 11 scut lap order's at 1 oclock for No. 1 ami the Irving special." Bucks Blared nt him. 'I us tend of making a nicctlug point at O'Fnllon's I sent 1 nn order to run to O'Fnllon's and ordered tho special to run to Salt Rocks against 1." "Why, my God," exclaimed Bucks, , "that will bring them together In the Pea.o canyon! Blackburul Blackburn! Blackburn!" ho cried, tearing off his storm coat. Ho walked to the table, j seized tho order book aud steadied s himself with one hand on tho chair. I never saw him llko that. But It ' looked as If tho horror long averted, the trouble In tho 1'cnco river canyon, had come. Tho sleet tore at the old depot llko a wolf, and, with tho sash shivering, Bucks turned llko an exe cutioner on his subordinate. "What havo you douo to meet It?" Ho drew his watch, and his words cumo sharp as doom...

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. — 9 March 1906

H " - - - - iOiiu BBHH ' ' i'r I bbbbbbbbbsbbIbbBsbbbbbh . .. - - ... . . .... . . . ,. .. . , h HH 5$ Cedar City and Vicinity, J H Uro. Allowis IJnuor, Sr.t Is still in H n precarious condition, and little .jjH hopes aro outortulnod for liifl recovery. .LfH M. 1. A conference will bo bold EHH In Pu rowan oho wcok from next Sun H Mr. Noll Forsyth, Br., of Pittto H lma Imm in Cedar this wook on busi- H The arid farm company Is oonstrUot- H Ing a roller preparatory to broHkiug .HjH brush In the n&ar future. H Mn. Mary Thornton nnd boii H Oliver, of Piute, Imve been In Cedar H on a visit to relatives Hud friends, HB M1m Perl Oroakatt, who has been B la Cedar during the wiutor under the H eara of Dr. Mlddletou, has returned to her home at Twin Falls, Idnho. H Mia Tina Woodbury, who ma B be in Cedar for kiri . time m a H patient of Dr. Mlddleton'n, has re- turned to Jwr home In St. George. HH- Miss Annie Jllltnii of Abraham B returned to Cedar Sunday to resume H ' hr aaaool tenoning ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 6 April 1906

f Adams 11 D t)M22rf WpH It HH VI Southern Utah affords unrivalled opportunities Investment Capitalists ate invited to investigate. r H I jlRQN COUNJTY RECORD, jv I ft Vot- 3- ; Cedar Gty,Iron CountyjUtaH Friday, April 6, 1906. -- NTts HH I HANDLING POWDER. M Suggestions Which if Followed Will v Avoid Many Accidents. 9 Advlco of State Mining Inspector of ,jjm Idaho, Based on Careful .'9 Observations. 'm Robert N. Boll, Btato inspector of 'M mines of Idnho, gives tnls good nd- ijif , vloo on bundling powder: SB- Tho following "dont's" .may bo iw profitably boodod by powdor usors. ' Jil Sonio of thorn mny upponr Buporfluous pi to tho lay roador, or to tlio curoful at and oxporiouoed minor, but from M constant personal oontaot I know M thorn to bo justified. B, Don't Btart to drill in a now fuao m until you havo thoroughly sotiallod H yourself that tlioro aro no holosor m unoxplodod pieces of powdor loft in X'' tho old butta or cutoff holes. If E Buoh aro found roprlmo and shoot K thor...

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. — 6 April 1906

St. George and Locality. H Lcn Gongor will lonro for tho wost H , tbis wook to freight. Sovorol tonnia 1 and many sluglo Inmtla will go with H Mr. Wilford Oox of Codar, wbo M has boon tonohiiig eahool nt Llttlo- H Hold tho pnst winter, paBsod through m lioro Tuosdny on his way homo. m - Quito ik heavy frost ocourod Sunday night whloh nlppod t'ho potatoos and m othor tondor plants and also frozo M somo of tho early fruit. 1 Joftalo Milno and Hottio Sullivan 1 returned homo from Kano County m Monday whoro thoy havo boon tonch- m ing school, tbo formor in Olondalo M and tho lattor at Knnab. H Anything doing about that County H fair tblB fall? Timo somo movo was M being mado to appoint oommittoos M nnd got out a premium list if ouo is K going to bo hold. M Arthur Woodbury enmo in from B Ln Virkou Bonoli tho lattor part H of lust wook and Saturday wont on M out wost whoro bo will ougago In m hauling froight from Modena to 1 Floohe and othor oamps in that 1 vioiuity. H Dovll's Island Tort...

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. — 6 April 1906

IaH State News, t About throo iucbos of proolpltntiou foil at Panguitoh during ton days of tho reoont storm period. Mrs. Eloaor L. Pooiy, a Indy of Pnysou 88 yonrs of ago, Jpnssod away i on tho 29th of Mnroh. Tho last Fnuguitoh FrogroBS ro ports a cront donl of siokuoss at that plaoo, which It attributoH to tho 1 honvy storms. l TMrs Mary Houtz Snow, wlro of t tho lato Pros. Loronzo Snow, dlod at nor homo in Urigham Olty Saturday from heart dlsenso. " Onlionto has boon without mail for n wook on account of tho washout on tho railroad. Tho pooplo fear that trains will not run for at least thirty days. Tho studonts of tho Univorslty of Utah will obsorre Arbor Day by digging tronohos, oloaning ditches and planting hundreds of trees on tho oampus. John Seoly of Mount Pleasant has nnnouuood his candidacy for tho stato sonatorsbip from Sanpoto county in tho coming republican district con- vontlou. v Tho Oregon Short Lino has a forco of '200 in on at work oleauing tho ground for n flno now...

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 April 1906

I H 3Pag;o ST'oaa.X' ' - ' - ....... I 1 H i : Iron County Record H ) IIIUtD CVIRY FRIOAr BY THE H SOUREERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRIHT- aH f INC COMPANY t H ' CHARLES S. WILKINSON B EDITOR AND MANAGER H H ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1093 H 4 H X ENTERED AT THE CEOAR CITY P08T- H i OFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MATTER LH V SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR H ALWAY8 IM AOVANCE H Friday, April 6, 1906. It would ho 11 groat boon if ovory M 0110 ill Cedar liud tho wntor plpod into M thoir houses, for this promisos to ho H11B a bud roar for spring froshots. H Tlio editor of tbo Appeal to Reason B calls papors whluh do not ndvooato 1 his theories tho capital Istlo press. H Wouldn't that jar you? Tho editor B and proprietor of Appoal to Reason LH is roported to bo worth n half to H tliroo-quartors of n rJUion, mid has H mado (?) it in t li "k"E or twolvo m years. How ia '' 'KjoapitallBtio M proas? Prlco AdvooiyTJ H It will bo throo wooks boforo H through traiuBtarp run ovor tho Salt B Lako routo to fScSft An...

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 April 1906

la H VI - - H I Cedar City and Vicinity. I !Mr. David Leigh Iiiih rcturnod homo from touching at Leo's Korry. i . i Tlnlc nhont Btonu 1 Woll 70s wo ihnvo lmd a ltttld nprinklo tho IiiBt wook or two. Tho Emerson olub has discon tinued its weekly readings for tho , nro8ont. "iOt .' luR will begin nt Modonn .,, 0 20th, mid nt Iron Springs , N t I "Oc. it tho 25th. J , j f . This will go down in history ns tho j .wot Eouson. lflOG, tho country in 'l an nwful 11.x. i , , , Tho prospeot looks fnvorablo this morning for tho storm to continuo through tho present month, nt least. , I About tho grout est surpriso that ! tho wenthor man could spring on us now would bo to brdor n dear up j mid a littlo unintorruptod sunshiuo. h . , Connection was brokon 011 thn lo cal tolophono lino botwoon Codnr Oity ': nnd points south yestorndy. It is ;j boilovod that tho lino was down, but not brokon. j Anything doing about that County m fair this fall? Timo somo movo was w - boing mado to appoint committoo...

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 April 1906

Hi m m t fl fll Xago JSIlac ---- -- . fl I PRICE IS TOO HIGH. H Mcciing to Protest Against Present fl Price of State Land. H Held that Increase In Price lias Prc- M vented Applications for and B Settlement of Land. M A mooting to protest ognitiBt tbo B notion of tbo Stuto Board of lnnd m oommlBsIonors in rnlalng tho mlnl- M mum prloo of Stato lands from 81.50 1 to 82. CO por ncro, will bo bold In tho H old legislative ball in tbo olty and M county building at 2 o'olook on H Saturday April 7th. M Goorgo MoOuno of Nopbi, Ohnlr- M man of tbo Juab Bonrd of county W aommlssiouors wiib in tbo city yoater- H'j duy for tbo purposo of scouring n wj mooting plnoo for tbo gnthorlng, and M , nftor n consultation with Mayor Ezra t Thompson, tbo old lcglalntivo hall H was socurod. ! Mr. MoCuno is fathering tbo raovo mout, and states that ootiBidorablo lntorost is boing manifostod, and that ho has already roooivod nBsuranoo ' tbut'tho mooting will bo n largo aud B i onthnsiastio ono, and that all ...

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 April 1906

n ' ' ...... - . , L btz . Hin NEWS OF SOUTHERN UTAH TOWNS 1 1 By Our Correspondents. f" vf ff 44.ll...4l..t.4.Ai.l...1.llltMl .liiiiii.t.. . kj I ; ( Virgin, Utah. Virgin, Utah, Moroh 25. Yesterday moniliiR whllo trying to croflH tuo rlvor botwoou Hurrioauo and Ln Vorkiu, Frank Isom was swept into tho rlvor and drowned. IIo loft llarrioano, wlioro ho bad boon at work putting in crops, about olgbt o'clock and started across tho river, which was swollon somowhat by tho rain of tho provlous night. Ho wns alono and no ono saw him exoopt "BobM WIIboii, who was on tbo canal a qunrtor of u milo up on tho lodge. Ab soon as Wilson snw tho wagon upsot ho shouted to some boys on tho opposlto lodgo and bo ran a milo to Ilurrlcano and roused all tbo mon in sight, about n dozon, who immediate ly wont to tho rlvor. In tho moan timo tho boys from tho opposlto sldo had gono to tho assistanco of tho drowning man, but too lato, for they saw him go ovor a largo rock and-lnto n whirlpool. Thoy watohod ...

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 April 1906

HP-'- ' "" l Mil''' BBi Bj B H b BX Xaso 3Slslxt fl BB " ' 111 BBi ..vortvvv7v g?ig-niyii;iirnt:myikiy,i I I 1ft JUIGY STEAK 1 y There is nothing that contributes more to one's M y B " fig pleasure in living than good, nourishing, health- p d B gg fulfood. And there is no more satisfactory WM H ' H article of diet than a nice, tender, juicy steak. g g I J We Take a Pride IE Bi In our Beef. We select the best animals the i market affords. They are scientifically butch- fc H B ered and cut up. and our Ieat always looks S B H tempting. Tt's as good as it looks, too. g$ jj I I The Prices Will Astonish; j j B, !$ - You. Choicest cuts only (en cents per pound. ilj i ' g Front quarter from six to eight cents. Purchase ..,1 j H Checks issued for the amount of yQiir purchaser." v t& Ji BBM ixc '''" rt la I flail- Orders Will Receive it R'. H . Prompt and careful attention. No need of do- H j H p? ing -without meat if there does not happen to H pa "' be a market in your town. Send your or...

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. — 13 April 1906

Dally; M II 1 vt Mfl Every family is interested in the local news. That's why they should alk subscribe for this paper; ', ttsfL VH iRoCotfNTY Record 1 B. Vol. 13. Cedar Gty, Ironounty, Utah, Friday, April 13, 1906. No J9. HH 3 APOSTLES NAMED. B New Members are Sustained for Quor- H urn of (he Twelve. H Cowley and Taylor Resign Whitney, B McKay and Richards for Vu- K canclcs Other Changes. H (Intor-Mouutnln Ropublionn.) m In tho midst of sllonoo thnt wns B profound nud nt tho oloso of nsosslon BB charnotorlzod by tbo ougornosa with k which ovory movomont of thoso in BE authority wns sorutinizod by whnt B was enld to bo tho lnrgost nudioiico BH ovor assomblod in tho historic tnbor- E nnolo, Prcsidout Frnnols M. Lyman K of tho quorum of tho twolvo npostlos B yesterday announood that tho throo B mon whoso names appear at tho bond , B of this oolumn had boon ohoson to H suocood tho lato Mariner W. Merrill H and Apostles John V. Taylor and H Mnthias F. Gowloy, tho Iattor having V tondore...

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. — 13 April 1906

m Page TtHro - H -. i -. M i i I lz St. George and Locality. 1 . . -....-. .J B Josoph Hodges has moved into ouo H ' of Sotb Pymtn 'b houses In St. Ooorgo. M Oroflby's ahoop nro now on tho roud fl to Modoun, having crossod tbo Olarn B Crook on tbo 10th IiibL B Josopb W. Oarpontor baamovod bis M watch innkng establishment to bis B " houso two blocks wort of tbo old M stand. H W. II. Marshall has purobnaod fl from J. M. Gatos tiio piooo of prop B orty on oooond north stroot whoro M tbo Alger moat market stands. M Tbo lattor part of last wook wo bad M another rain storm, which soakod B things up .again. Wouldn't bo eur- prlsod it wo got somo moro this wook. BBBT 1 Tbo highost aspiration of somo H youug mou is to part thoir hair in H tho tniddld aud stand bohind a H oountor. Stick to tho farm, boys, H tboro 1b moro monoy in it. H Mrs. Addio E. Prioo, who rocontly H pruahaood tbo building now ocoupiod H by tbo Gom suloou from S. L. Mlos, H is having tho front painted and ro- H pairod. H ...

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. — 13 April 1906

vy v vflYflSfliVflHBLVHHfl i HflR6BHI JLHflflHH ' HH AHHBBO State News. ( 3 More washouts have boon taking place on the Salt Lnko roato between Aooma and Cnllonto. Tbo annual oonvontion of tho Utah Indian war voternns was hold in Salt Lako on tho sixth. The donating tontn of tho University of Utah mot with dofoat in a contest with Donvor last Friday. A bill has passod tho sonnto giving to tho stato university a part of tho ground bolonging to Fort Douglas. J. E. Wlldo, n woll-known resident of Ooalvlllo, died on tho Oth from cancer, nf tor an illness of Ore mouths. A spoolal edition of tho Book of Mormon is to be made and preaontod to Haakon tbo Sovonth, King of Nor way. Ooaoh Maddook of the Stato Uni versity will spend bis summer at Yalo taking a spoolal oonrso in modioal gymnastics. Individual oommnnion oups have i boon adopted, for tho first timo in Salt Lake, by tho Westminster j Presbyterian ohurob. Mrs. John Piatt, an eldorly woman living in Salt Lake, slippod on a ; banana pe...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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