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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 April 1906

X v ' M y j Iron County Record : H JT IHUED MAY FRIDAY IT THE B 4. SOUREERN UTAH PUBU8HINQ & PRINT .. T INQ COMPAHY B t H !.. WWWWHW a H CHARLES S. WILKINSON H , V COITPRAND MANAQCR B $ E3TADLI3HED DECEMBER, 1093'-'' H ENTERED AT THE CEOAR .CITY POST- BHH Jf OFFICE AO SECOND CLASS MATTER H !? j e BBS i' SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR aaaH H 4. . ALWAYS IN AOVANCE M Friday, April 13, iqoO. M If tho City editor could uirord H. If, bo would Kindly oiror n prlzo of H ton dollars to tho porsou who oould Hf mnko ono original rotnnrk on tbo fl ltoakofollor has bought n bomo in B Sottborn California. Is tbo gentle B man contemplating h ohango of rosl- H denoo in tbo fond hopo of eluding H Nemesis? M In tbla issuo wo tiro publishing nu H original pcom from tbo pon of n lady m residing in Wnsbintgon . county, H whloh is pssEOssod in merit. It Is M ontltlod OlinugeB of Soutboru Utnb, H and wo cominond it to tbo notioo of H our road era. H . Ourarrnngcmont wltb tbo publish- H ora of Farm Jouni...

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. — 13 April 1906

NEWS OF SOUTHERN UTAH TOWNS By Our Correspondents. If j 0 : Enterprise, Utah, ) Entorpriso, Utah, April 2, 100(5. Our soliool closos for tho summer vacation noxt Thursday. Don Emitt has just roturnod from DoLumnr, whoro bo has boon working for Bomo timo. Jnspor Wood and family of Olovor. villo spont a fow days in town recent ly, tbo guests of J. B. Morris. Elijah Adair and bis son Isrool havo returned bomo from Goldflold, whoro tboy bavo boon working tho past year. Tbo littlo four-year-old daughter of Arthur and Lois Huntsman diod March 27th nftor n short llluoss. Tbo community sympathizes with tbo boroaved parents, who bad but two littlo girls, this being tho youngor. Last Friday a danco was givon in honor of our dopartiug missionaries, Thomas Terry, Jr., and Jaoob Hunt, who startod this morning for Salt Lake Oity to attend oonforonoo and will go from thoro to their rospootivo Holds of labor. i Tbo rnon of this plaoo aro all out working on tho roads trying to repair somo of tho dam...

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. — 13 April 1906

H - x ' W l i BB 3CKo JSiac . BB ' '- ' . - """ - Bj i imM-jX" J BB r f Alfalfa as a Food for Swine. H (By R. W. Olarlc, Prof, of Animnl BH Industry, A. 0. U. ) BH ' During tho summer of 1005, nn BH experiment, consisting of 121 days, BB was onrrlod out at tbo Agricultural Bfl Gollcgo to dotormino tho value of BB growing nlfalfa for pigs. Tbo pigs BB woro farrowed in March and April, BB woro ton weeks old, and weighed BB about fifty lbs. onob when wonnod BB I , and turned on tho alfnlfn. Thoro BB I woro twonty four of thorn on ououore, !aud tboy woro a ohoioo lot of grade and puro bred Tumworths, Poland Ohtnns and Yorkshires. In tho early M f part of tho senaou immediately aftor Bfl f weaning, thoir food, asldo from pas- BBJ i turo, consisted of llvo parts of skim BBJ milk to ouo of shorts. Later in tho f ' soason tho proportion was reduood to ( ono and two parts of skim milk to ono of shorts, and Anally tho skim milk was dropped from tho ration. BBJ Tboy woro provided with plenty o...

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. — 13 April 1906

JbH5 flissssssssssssssssssl IH J I XOS0 ISOVOXI. H it ( tt tt n nuunnnnttn Nightman's i frank h. Story SPEAR.MAN , a !i ' ' ( BULLHEAD l! cKi? ' tt a t tt t tt HIS full name wns James , Gillespie Blaino Lyons, but his real immo was Bullhead-Just plain Bull head, When ho began pas- iicngcr broking tho train master put hlni on with Pat Francis. Tho very flrst trip ho mado n man In the smoking car asked him where tho drinking -water wns. Bullhead, though sufficiently gaudy In his new uniform, wan not prepared for any question that might he thrown nt him. Ho pulled out his bqok of rules, which ho had been told to consult In enno of doubt, and after somo study referred his Inquirer to the fire bucket hanging at tho front end of the car. The passenger happen ed to be a foreigner and very thirsty. He climbed up on the Baker heater, ac cording to directions, and did at some risk get hold of tho bucket but It was empty. "Ibs no rater hlcr," rrled tho second class man. Bullhead sat half way 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. — 13 April 1906

HUH rSffiSSrSM H g c g m tf- Ty27 ? s'j?"- x Q3 c H g I 0 7r fir r ( There is nothing that contributes more to one's U U" " ' " " " miJ' fe g pleasure in living than good, nourishing, health- A G3ML E H M " '''.-fill food. And there is no more satisfactory & The most skillful cutters PgM R H , ' 'm ai(fciole of diet than a nicc tender' 3uicy 8teak- m and tailors are to be found &Jr F H 'Kj MUtn Tnln n tlfirJn i in the metropolitan cities. lfl1y. 1 H I! ' ; ' is M This is one of the many fiSflBBBl I HH I m In our Beef. We select the best animals the 8 2 , . PlM8a E I H j . market affords. They are scientifically 'butch- ' reasons why we can give lI E I H 1 . 'J ered and cut up. and our Meat always looks better values than the local MtlSfeSr R I H 1 eg tempting. It's as good as it looks, too. gj j . ., . ... ., t3iPii$19R wi I H IS J4 tailor can at a little more MtlM m 1 f- j The Prices Will Astonish j NP if M , . f H You'll appreciate what the iHiiia I H g You. Choicest cuts ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 April 1906

DAlleyM H f . One Dollar and Fifty Cents cannot be invested more wisely than in a year's subscription to this paper, 11 I Iron Counts Record, f I i Vol.13. "" CedZTOtyriron County.lltoivL127' I96. " " No. 21 9H I DISASTER GROWS. I First Reports Underestimated Damage I to San Francisco. I Terrible Suffering; Among the Unfor- ' '' tunatc Populace Before Relief I Could be Extended. It As timo pnesos tbo oxteut of tho I California disaster grows in mngni- I tudo. Fully throo-fourths of tbo I boautiful qlty of Snu Franoisoo baa I been loft in ruins by tho quuko nnd ilro that followed in its wnk, and many other cities of tbo goldou stato havo Buffered groat loss. Tbo Buffering of tbo pooplo bas boon something boyond description. Many woro tbreatonod by doath from thirst and fnmino boforo assistanoo ' roaobed thorn, notwitthsanding tho " prompt and ready rosponso of tbo ontlro country with aids Somo of ' tho Goonos wero too torriblo for dos k oription. Tons of thousands of pooplo woro hudd...

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. — 27 April 1906

H Pngo T-pcro '8' A . ",,. j, ' B B i tit ' . T i I llj M St. George and Locality. B SI $ B Tf( If" fl 4f Tt Tt vr lr "ffr Tir tvp iv4 it JnnioH Jopsou of Virgin was In town H this 1 Will tho woatbor itnnu i favor us H with n gontlo ruin? Everything is H dry. H Frnnols Friuoo of Harmony wna in H town Monday on buRlness connected H with tho sitting of oonrt. H A eon was born to Mr. mid Mrs. B Hyrum Thompson lust week. All H conoernod ro doing woll. H Monday we woro "boing regaled with H a Maroli galo tliat must' liavo strayed B away last month and ijtist roturnod. H Tho wind was uooompnnlod by diiBt B whiah was very nunoying. H Siok Iiondaoho results from u dernngomont of tho stomnoh .and is B ourod by ObamborlniU's Stomach and M Liver Tablets. H Sold by All Donlors. H .Attorney iRynu of Codar City was J down tho flret part of tho wcok to H attend tho flitting of 'tho distrlot ' court. Whilo .in town ho gnvo this H oflloo a pleasant call. Ho roturnod Hj lioiuo Monday. H Judgo John F....

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 April 1906

State News. I So fnr It is not known that ono Utnhn porlBhod In tho Snn Frauelsob dlonstor. P Tuo Mormon ohuroh bns donatod 810,000 towards relieving tho onrth- II quake sufrorors. I Dr. T. A. Olaweon Ib mado bishop of tho oightoonth ward of Salt Lake to suooood Orson F. Whitney. Tho sohool children of Ogdon aro Bald to have sent out tho first carload of provisions for tho roliof of tho Son Franoisco BUirorors. ', Jnhn Kubolik, said to bo tho ;, groatost violinist In tho world, will nppoar at tho Salt Lako Tabernaolo noxt Friday evening. f Ilattio Loo of Salt Lako thiB week won from tho olty n suit of 81500 for j damagos sustained in n fall on a do- footivo sldowalk. Tho wostorn trains coming into Ogdon nnd Salt Lako nro overy day crowded with rofugoos hurrying away Sfrom tho soono of tho great earth quake. Erik Baaklund, a prisoner who was In for ninoty days for assault, com mitted suiaido at tho county jail in Salt Lako by hanging himself to tho bars by a nooktio. Baaklund'B son t...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 April 1906

fl i: Iron County Record :: H IMUIO IvtKY rIDAY iY TMl 5 SOURKRN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT B t INC COMPANY H CHARLES 8. WILKINSON H IDITORAND MANA6KR M ','." ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, IB83 m H CNTCMD AT THK CIDAR CITV POT- B OFPICt At (ICOND CLASS MATTCR B i I ,....m...m'MI. MMMHmw( ( H SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR H ALWAYS IN H , i ! it 1 Friday, April 27, 1906. H President Roosovolt showod hie H lovol-hondednosa again whoa ho H ropootfully dooliuod asalfltnnoo from H foreign countries for tho sulforors iu M tho San Franotsco disaster. Tho H United Slntos is big and brond enough to moot n crisis of this sort without B ' outside assistance, nud it Is n good B polloy to nvoid placing oureolvoa H undor obligations to other nations; B for In cueo of troublo with thorn wo H would bo expected to return tho B compllmont multiplied by ton. If B wo uro not beholden to them, thou wo B may oxtond ouoh nid as wo soo fit and B fool ablo to do. BosidoB this, thoro B is nothing tbut tends to brondou...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 April 1906

til ittHB - BBj ,'in "BBl npr IBBBl - i - PftBo Pivo BBfJ ! I Cedar City and Vicinity. DJck Middloton of HnralltonB wuu in town Thursday. Tho household of Mr. and Mra. John Taylor Bulloch has boon nug montod by tbo nrrivnl of a son Inst Wednesday. District Attornoy Molvlllo nnd Attornoy D. II. Morris of St. Goorgo woro In Oodnr yesterday en routo to Parownn to attend district court. Dlstrlot Court opoun in Pnruwon today, with Judgo Ohldistor of tho Oth dlstrlot on tho bonoh. The calondar this torm is a light ono. Mrs. Grant of Hnrmony undorwent an operation at tho local hospital Thursday. Friday morning Mr. . Stansworth of Wheeler, Washintgon Co., underwont an oporatlon for ap poudloltls. A wedding recoptlon was given by Mr. and Mcs. William Corry at tholr home Wednesday evening iu honor of thoir nowly married eon and daugh-tor-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Corry. A goodly numbor of tho old er friends of tho family wero prosont. A nice luncheon was served during ' tho evening aud tho...

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. — 27 April 1906

H Pago JSlac H - H PROBATE Alio GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES. B Knr Knrtliqr Information Consult t'ountj H Clerk' nr Mm Itenpectlvn RlRnnrs H Notice of Sale H Eatntd of Job. P. Drilton. H Tho undorelgnod will eoll at a H prlvato snln eovon and ninoty-lhroo H onohunrdodthfl ncroa of farm land B (with water right) In tho N. W. H oornor of tho N, V, quartor of boo- H tlon 14., T. S. 31, rango 0 V. in H "' Parownn oity, Iron Co., Utnh, north B Hold, on or after May 4th, 1000, and fl writton bids will bo reoolovd at tho roaidonoo of Dona Whltnoy, Parpwau Utah. Torma of 8alo cash. M DENA WHITNEY, Administratrix. H Notice to Creditors. H In tho District Court of tho Fifth H Jtidioial District, County of Wash B ington, Stato of Utah. 1 In tho mattor of the oslnto of H Rlobnrd JJoutloy, dooeasod. H Croditora will prosont claims with H Tonohora to tho undorsignod at hjs H roaidonoo In tho City of St. Georgo,. H Utah, ou or boforo tho 27th day of H August, A. D., 1900. j JAMES G. BLEAK,' Exoautor. 1 (...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 27 April 1906

' i - ' x i . , -r ' ' ' ft n tt u.n n n a n,tt n Switchman's frank h. Story I SPEAR.MAN ' ' ' '"'' tx II SHOCKLE VII I ctopvrtuM, tm, i,u s. s. nuuutttttttt "it tt " ' "E'S rather a bnd l,qt, I LJ guess," wrote Bilcksto J JJ Callahan, "but I am !!- sntlslled of one thing J&SMK5 you can't run that ynrd lVlKgrn. with n Sunday school mr superintendent, nc won't make you any trouble unless ho gets to drinking. If tlint happens, don't linVe nuy words with him." Bucks uu derscorcd tlirco times. "Simply crawl Into a cyclone cellar and wire inc. Sending you eighteen loads of steel to night and sir cars of tics. Blair re ports sectlou 10 ready for track layers und Mear's outllt moving Into the Pal isade canyon. Tush the stuff to tho front." It was getting dark, and Callahan sat In that part of the Bcnkletou depot ho called tho ofllcc, pulling at a muddy root that went unaccountably hot In sudden flashes, no tool$ tljo pipo from his mouth, leaving his foot o"h "tie la- Ible, and looked a...

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. — 27 April 1906

STHECMEqUimE co-op. 1 feg' iZSlt J B 1 g 1 Hr know ye. Moral, dress up, H r I? NWt Wppfc SrrfaU H $ 1 JHHiHkX Our New Spring line of Gents' H r . iNaL W CCI b P11 I I &iB Furnishing Goods is now open for H II v)y.', 'n'lv- Vv'" pf 1 NF" "8! Summer Hats' S H I Nice Fresh Line oP Groceries at j 3HSS Collars, Ties I M i Lowest Prices. " 111 fCP Dress Shirts S H Fine new line Gents Underwear, 1 1 IVHn f H Mn ui tx 1$ ? to J&L JHHbVT It is close attention to these de- ; M I Reasonable WeigMS. i VW j tails that makes the difference be- m y y Nu-ri" tween the well dressed man and j M m Best Meats to be obtained on the m ft fluf x the seedy individual- Let us help I H $1 -i j t . 8$ lW mm C7V you to make tasty selections. M H I market, lowest prices: j g FflH A1 Eemember, also, that we carry I m ii ' ,tM i p VtKmMSfJ' m the bissest stock of clotliins in f H .1 Straight. ,de. Flour, $2.50 per HHnVl town, and if we cannot fit you in H I CWt ' ParOWan if VOU DrelW it - it WVXK P" Ur re...

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. — 25 May 1906

I - In DM,ej M h i fr ' 'jmmmSm If Evetriotic citizen should feel a pride in his home paper, and should help to sustain it 1 - ' flH I ilN-pUNTY Record, n I Vo1- )3- V EfJiinty, Utah, Friday,Khy 2,"J6. --:c M I ,V:kept foundersAy. I Establishment of Branch NoSfl Duly I Commemorated, f rv I f'ste H A Pleasing Program of Sporti .-leet-I Ing, Banquet and Bnll Ctf fled H Out-Large Attcndnn'.'. I ' H iu tbo gray of early daw a crowd B of third yours rapped sofjiy on tbo librarian's window and demanded H tbo koys of tbo library building. In I tbo gray of tbo dawn tboy stolo away again and burrlod silently, oxultnut- Jy, on past tho sleeping bouses, out I aoroBs tbo Normal campus, up tbo I stops of tbo library building and out I upon tiio roof. I "Hurrah for tho 'OO'b I" "Tboy ro tbo shftTl" "Wbito and bluo on top very tltnol" tboy shoutod us tboy hoisted tboir precious flag and sont it fluttering to the morning broozo, But tboir joy was short lived. Out. across tbo campuB, up tbo stops, a...

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. — 25 May 1906

wbt v BBS , jBBBBjF X.p;o Tx-o ik H , hbm f iTSf St. George and Locality. ;1L 4W0 ! BJgP Thomns Storllng of Looila was on K9Hf tlio Strootu Monday. gB Mrs. John Pulsipher Is very ill, HSHt' Butrorlng from nn attack of malarial pPBR JT-f-f'-faf Poatmnstcr J mid wna untiblo to H nttond to his duties Tucadny owing H to indisposition. B William Uardnor and wlfo wont to B Pino Vnlloy lust Friday afternoon BBBBJBBjlAteirtnd roturnod Monday. L"Too Into wo lonrn to .v, whioh is RLho always HIH-dio novor lay cutting oomnioncod wook Buid is in swing this Tho Biiii is now 11 11 od with tho BHP0 'tow mown hny. B Tho wntor was turned out of tho HB East dltoh Monday for tho purposo of H oloauiug tho ditoh. It was out of H tho West ditoh Tuesday for tho eamo BBBB H Mr. Dowdon, tho propriotor of tho B hoarding house at Shorn was in town . last wook for n day or two and thou B wont up to tho La Vorkln springs to BjBjr spond a fow dnys bathing Jn tho BBfl nnglo wators. B Jos. W. MaAUistor who wont no...

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. — 25 May 1906

I I NEWS OF SOUTHERN UTAH TOWNS 1 K I' I By Ou tiCorrespondents. I'" 9 ft i Overton, NevJ' ' JL0 Overton, Nov., Mny 8th, f 000. t T. J. Jones and Mrs. E. J.jRoundy returned from iSuukorvlllo yovjtordny. I Wo nro having very wnnn weather at proeont. which Is unusual at this tlmo of year. A fluo sou cnmo to gladden the homo of D. J. Cox on tho 38th lust. All concerned well aud bnppy. Miss Emily lioobeo returnod from Monpn whoro alio has boon engaged 0 , for Boino months past tenoning tho Indian Bobool. Miss Annio Syphus loft for Ogdon with bor undo Job. Mclntro. Sho will visit thoro somo timo boforo roturolng. John M. Lytlo is having lumber shippod in for tbo purposo of erecting largo (lanoo ball as woll as adwolliug houso. "John is nil smiles." Vegetables in great quantity are boing shippod out. Peas aro going to waste, cantaloupes aro blooimng and tnuoh. fruit will bo raised this summer. J. A. Lytlo and wlfo havo roturnod from Las V'egaB whoro they have spout tho past two years. Tho...

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. — 25 May 1906

n v ' tj . lift I If on County Record B JT tvinr FKIOAT H $ SOUREERN UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINT- - HB INC COMPANY B I A 44 B ( V I CHARLES S. WILKINSON t F T EDITOR AND MANAGER B ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1003 H ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITV POST- H. i OFFICE A3 SECOND CLASS MATTER H J J H y f SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YEAR Hvir J ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H Friday, May 25, 1906. R )t. HAS IT PAID. H nf TboBo who nttondod tbo colobrn PJ "mtlou givou last Saturday iu honor of H tbo founding of tbo Drnuoh Normul H must bavo boon forcibly impressed H with tbo beneficial results ncoruiug to Soutboru Utnh from tbo establish- H mout of tbnt school. Tbo spirit of goodfollowship nppnrontly existing &' among tbo Btudonts; tbo ntmosphore H; of intellectuality that mndo itsolf felt H nt tho afternoon Borvioos; tbo air of H refinement that prevailed during tbo H evening party, till spoko volumnos for B tbo school as n factor iu tho intellect- B uul development of tbis Boation of M country. r Tbo transformati...

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. — 25 May 1906

1 CEDAR CITY AND YICIN1TY. COMMENCEMENT WEEK PROCRAM. jl s Events Which Will Make Next WceW ,; a Busy One at Normal. Jj i J jH Tho following 1b thnoommonoonKf i I woek program to bo given uoxt wtfak nt Oodur City undor tho nuspioos fof tho Branch Normal School. i First Yonrs Saturday, May 2(1 8 p. m. I Second Yenra Tuesday, May n29, 8 p. m. 1 Third Years Wodnosday Ma 30, 8 p. m. Reoeption to graduatos, Thireday, May 31, 10 n. m. Alumni banquet, Thursdy, May 31, 1 p. m. r . Graduating oxoroisos, Friday, Juno f . 1, 10 n. m. Flold Day exercises, Friday, Juijo 1 1, 2 p. m. Qraud Ball Friday, Juno 18, p. m. PROGRAM OF GRADUATING EX I ER01SES. v 1 Grand Mnroh Orchestra 2 Invocation, Pros. Jones 3 Piano Selection, Mrs. Wllliard Corry 1 Essay "Our Frontiersmen, " Ohas. 1 Ilnfcn 5 Vocal Duof'TUl wo Moot Again," Emtly Larson. Amy Dallov. I 0 Oration, "Emanoipator of men" Myrtle Dooker 4 7 Vooal Solo, "Villonolle, "Miss E. ' Larson. 8 .Address to tho Graduatos, Prof. W. M. Stowart. 0 Prosonta...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 25 May 1906

ssHHHUVflfe mmmW ) By nDur Mail Box. B SK not rei'Minnlblo fur opinion x- BBBBBB' i BBBBBBBBBBBJ Hff lBHy, May V IjBllows uro plucking my B ,hnt objootlonnblo pnpor j JHHpPRTod I Imrdly thought it would Pa ;i5orond by anybody but myBolf, but H it pairs mo up witb prido to think H thnt alroudy in only throe wooks, H tbroo ropllos huvo boon iniulo. Now H tho burden of my pruyor is, may this H pnpor ollolt tbroo tnoro roplioa, and if it can bo pouslblo, may onoof tbom H. bo from a republican. If this prayor H is auBworod 1 will sign my uauio to M my noxt effort and uiivor liido again H bobiud that iudolluito oognoniou H "Subsoribor" 1 ' Hut to tlio question. 1 lmvo ioad H with intorout tho views of my Social 1 1st and Doinoorut friends and am will- H lug to conoodo thut their grounds aro H well taken, "Democrat" especially H having brought out eomo good poiuta. H Tho othor gontlomau could huvo douo B bettor hud ho stuck to tho question V iustoud of dlvorting himself In bin B oirorts to...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 25 May 1906

. v i ' isflslBflHHI 'if -I SIBBHSflBmHHH I J H m n n u n u n & u n u n 'n $ I RoadinastefsW frabnkh. 1 Story if SPEAR.MAN 1 it ft m I 1 n ((The Spider Waterg WS r. ySB 4k j v I It It It t it t t tt . ---- -- -y-y -"y tv rr r vt (""'rirl0T officially; I don't prJ- H RJ I might travel the Wat ffl , j Kml froln frcsn w ta ll Sgj to salt nml wo dlpnto 9 wffltaHlTOlJ both without ever yjeut- a by nlnp or by name. ( m Hut If you should happen anywhere M on the "West End to sit among a gang m of bridge carpenters, or get to confl- m deuce with a bridge foreman, or nnd tlio sprlnpy side of n roadmaster's M heart, then you might hear all you n wanted njiout tho Spider water, inaybo more; un'jrfvay full plenty, as Ilalley H used to say, m The SIouj: named It, and, whatever H may be thought of their Interpretation I of Scriptural views on land grabbing, no man with sense ever attempted to Improve on their naines for things, K whether birds or braves or winds or waters they know. 9 Our gen...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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