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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 August 1903

a t THE SALESWOMAN t, . '' Compelled to Be on ller Feet the Larger Part T of the Day Finds a Touic In Pc-ru-na. ' - Hl9 Curtain, of St. 5sa2w .1.1,1.1 ...... ,.. ' - Paul. Gives Ilor JT C" Vft ' mm,nm-mmjmi:g.ga Exporlonco. jT 0 $$b' ' i aflflffiff Wk'yiiViXyMKL '3rane 'ocatctl 'n ''10 'le!"l or pelvic , JSslHfl Wf y &y organs, tho discharge of mucus Is suro to y?! This dischargo ot mucus constitutes a . ) weakening drain, tho system cannot long j, " ill iii Mnlii . " . Y withstand tho loss of mucus, henco it is that ( JWOO CU6 Cllrfnin J women afflicted with catarrhal affections of f, s -" the pelvic organs feel tired and languid, with weak hack and throbbing brain. A 20" - -MisS NELLIE CURTAIN. 646 Pearl Purs?.o V" is ST ': r!?,0,ro hfalih , XVI streott st. Paul. Minn,, head sales' y fu ting off the weakening drain of tho Woman in a department store writes : daily l0s of ,nucU5 ' 1 have charge ot a department la a rnn,. Mnn'iZ'Si w,.u,t )ftr good tor. and after . Lading H gwas...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 21 August 1903

h Iron bounty Record Bj WILKINSON BROTHERS H ' punusiinus. B . J. T. WIL.KLNHON", , TflmTOX. H Kntcred t tlir l'ostoirice at Cedar Cltv. ITlrtti, B h second class matter, v B SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR. H BRANCH AGHNCIIZS. The undersigned at oeir dnlj anthorhtil fin i ii I , i - tarowan-John T. Mitchell. Kannrra Wijl C. Hoove. j I I'rlllay, AllR. St, lilt) I. H Tun dally fress reports that .loaoph H l'nlltzcr of Now York lias subscribed J t-2.0OO,iJ0O for tlio purpose at establish H tnjr n national school of journalism. H Tlio announcement will be balled H with tlcliglitbyTMltor.s C. C. Good win, M. Charles 1'cnros.o and others of the boys, H' who will no doubt htmtcn to havo V lliolr rmtnro enrolled. g Attojijjjit Vi'i 1 Knox of jlcuvfer, m through tho ihcillnm of tho MUford H ThiK-fii, luahcs tlL olllcliil announce- B iiH'pt that Jic hns returned to his llrst H love tho republican party., There M .will likely ho another census efttimer- m utor around before tlio opening of tl.o H...

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. — 4 September 1903

W DalloyM H j? 3 J Wi" , f""s"x H I "Tho Pross is tho Lcvor by "t-H tho World ijj Movod.'? " " "V" . BIB I "QXj. 10 ' QBDABoiTY,iB;Oifr oo'cr:srir5r, xh:. pb;pay, ssiia . , 1003. ' nsro. as " SiS rr". . .'-"1 1 mi. 1 ' . syr?" . Tnom ,.... r--- . ! ' ? . JfttntjwXL w "- --1 1 i-i yiiywunyn niwi w iiwiiwfiiti.wi.ini ' .,.., i" " K .C ' ,' 'V ' ' .- .-' t '. .t ' '' $, H '.! 'y ' 'Hi V'? 1 ... Oof Bio Sale is Over.- 1 1 2 ' AS '. !.. . v .. . , !;f J $ ; -rr. : J J We are pleased v,lth our businass during the I I - month of August, and are now in good shape V II ii for stocktaking; which will commence next fi Hi . " lh: ?j . Monday. Owing to the reducing our stock H ? has received, the taking of stock has lost many. W5 ill ' 5$ pf its terrors; and we will soon be open again ill I -With $6,000.00 Worth of 1 1 ; 32S2 3ES '7W G O O B S 1 ' r : '? II , . Qur old stock is pretty well cleared up; and we 1 1 h : - will open a fine stock of new goods for your it $) .' inspection; in all depar...

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. — 4 September 1903

m tron County Rccoru. H WtM. a, tat JOI. T. WILKINIOri. Pullltheri. H) OKDAR CITY, - - - UTAH. H , UTAH STATE NEWS. BflH It is clnlmod Hint tho wheat crop BflH In this stato will bo short this season. HflBj A motion for a rohenrlng of tho HHHl Tctor Morton son caso heforo tho su- BBS promo court will ho (lied during tho BBS BflBt H. T. Robins, tho Knysvlllo mnn ABB who wttH Injuroil hy falling from his BBB wagon on tho 14th Inst, Is ilond from BBS his lnjiirlos. BBB! It Is Bald that Indignation Is run- BflH nlng high In tlio llttlo Htimmor resort BBS of Drlghton hootuiRo of the secret soil- fljHB lngofllquoi. BBB Illchard Johnson of Monroo died BBS suddenly on tho 2Gth nt Hot Springs, BBB 'Ark., whuro ho had boon since June BBB last, on a mission. BBB Mrs. Mary Ann .lack, who died In BBB Bait Lako City last week, was a mom- BBH bar of tho hand rart company which BB camo acrosi tho plnlns on foot. BB It Is hcllovcd that tho wreck at BBB Promontory last week wan tho work BBB of tramps...

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. — 4 September 1903

CATARRH DESTROYS THE KIDNEYS Was Miserable Could Not Stand Up or Walk Many Persons Have fe. ''1 i Catarrh and Don'i i?Sv ;! "About four years ago l ' jBjk.-lW ''' j Buffered with a severe cr- ! (2&l2z?&Zg'?: 'Steww ! ' "fe tarrh of the bladder, which 'g 5slll$M ' ' If caused continued Irritation Vii' ifY and pain. I was miserable VilKRfttr '! '-' and could not stand up or i yMimmm ' no without extreme tiSnuin0MS ' weariness and pain. I be- I1 ;3S!wSI'S '' ' ' gan taking Peruna and It V'fMiKMPmmmV '' - greatly relieved me, and In Kii!MMmil1wAS5WJ '' R - eleven weeks I was com- wxWkJi IMwJaWiXi 'i ' pletely cured and felt like WlMWHiJ '' fl ""' ,nfln,"an,cs Wil(t'rSMi 'i a , Hundreds ol Dollars Spent In ;! S fuMllv 1' Mr. Cyrus Horshman, ! tj5 Wk '! ','Two years ago I was a I1 ?23gv sillillltfraSfe ' making life a burden and JAIV1ES M. POWELL. giving mo little- hopo of re- w covery. I spent hundreds of dollars in No other systemic catarrh remedy has as medicine which did mo no...

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. — 4 September 1903

K :: '(jHAii'tka wii,kMpon :: V ; L'.putiListteft ;;l H X (Htmtco AT TMC CrOAF CITY pom' ' H CJMCr' At ISCOND CU MJT.TIIJ ,-. . 1 I Oft'Cft-VieR STRICTLY riMT CL1GC H t. .(... ..(... mHt"!, ! H sOrj'ccft'ifiTioN $i oq pcr ynAB f H ? AiYji.va in aovakci; 'T ?IRY, 5EP.', 1503 aaaH Hi I mi 1; Ml 1 mMiniil aw H GLEVCMTIJ IKRIKATION CGNC.RES. B Our readers arp doubtless aware" 'tliat on Tuiudi-.y yojilcrnber ISth llie Nation H ul Irrigation PongrMS will convpnc H nt the city of ptfflon prciidpd oyer by H Senator W. A. Carkof Molltcno. Tlio H press Is aprtcil in saying thr.t this wjll H lindonbtcdly be Iho most important as- fl Bemblu2c:of tho kind tliat Jian ever con- H voucd in Al'ierlca. Thu President of H the United. Htatou will itcnd n cpccitil H tnessnjrc; lion. -Tamer; Vllt,op, Secretary H Of AjjrlcliUt'ro wjil bo present anil ad- Uresis tlio convention! representative M men from nil western dates and terrl- m torles will bp tlicrc, and tlio (treat and H iuiporUnt Aubje'ct of irrig...

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. — 11 September 1903

I m jr. $. i js j& i hl A "i 9pr -- wl - I rC U Jk JPL kj o -Affrf"wSB ga"- --- --- - .-. - V - - - - Z JKfUo PW-HH 1h flor 1," Woplcl jHMovfld.M .I!"' l I gor, iq a:s:D.A.:RaiT,i:E igoa? r yo. e f I H i.'T '"'". "T ' ii-iiiii iim ' iniiii n T. i -l i , r ' . -" p ' H fH I I "?ifepi jp p ivaTs II plofhing. A vnriefy of colors. $Voip -I yoavg 0I1W0 8& JHr j tl Droa? float's. Marvelous Jieantiful HUimc'ru. VJfi i I II Lumps' nijcl Gent UiKjonvoar, ' ysls, pants, nn$3l I - I I lrnion Suits. "h I I Pnls ""ngs in n kinds ami qunlitioR. .nR, I JTais, xvll kinds, Jor Babies, BopS,"Yonrlis and Slwhrr.s. J& I i liocs lhafc tti'c'cnsy, eoinforlahlo and long woq'rers, f6y) JK I I ' Miog.Gcnfa, Girls, Jys, Youths and Ohilrlrcn. '"J&- I if frhC m?t ,nagnifi(l,fc lim' Qf Ladies'" Jackets Wraps aiuT ; 9 8 I Furs oyer seen in this city. Fasoinators for the head ''. S i,l II and shoulders. Lovely Waist bujlon sot.. B I puting flannel,-lby flannol undcrwenrFlpnnDlsforB I I Mqn, J3oys,...

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. — 11 September 1903

I $taf County Recora. B vfe- ' WILKINSOS, Pwtlthra. B Jf 4DAR CJTY. - - - UTAH, bm - -.. ; UTAH STATE NEAYS. BBM Pangultch valley tills season hns M I ono of tho lnrgest and best crops ovor H known In Hint section, M From Bovcn-tentlis of an acre of B ground A. Drown ot Contorvlllo has H t this year marketed $1,400 worth of B chorrles. H It 1b stated that tho Utah Sugar H company will ship 2,000 tons of boots H from tho Dear rlvor country to tho B y ' li6ht factory. B It is lielloved that Evlo Munson, HH tho 13-yoar-old Junction boy who died HHK suddenly ono day last weok, was pols- H oned by eating candy. H Tho namo of the postolTlco at Lo- HHb land, Uintah county, Utah, has boon B changed to Itandlctt, with Charles L. BBV Splclmall as postmaster. H Utah holds fourth position In rank BB of metal producing Btatos, Colorado, H . California and Montana leading this B Btnto In tho production of metals. H Labor Icadors deny that all tba H union minora of Utah nro to bo called BM out on ...

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. — 11 September 1903

GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMEN Miss Muriel Armltnfle. ! Female Weakness is Pelvic Catarrh. Atways Half Sick aro tho Women Who Havo Pclvio Catarrh. Catarrh of nny organ, if allowed to pro gress, will affect tho wholo body. Catarrh without nervousness is very rare, but pelvic catarrh and nervousness go hand in hand. What is go distressing a sight as a poor nnlf-sick, nervous woman, suffering from tho many almost nnbcarablo symptoms of pelvic catarrh ? Sho does not consider herself ill enough to go to bed, but sho is far from being able to do her work without the greatest exhaustion. This is a very common sight and is almost alwayj due to pelvic catarrh. It is worso than foolish for so many women to suffer year after with a disease that can be permanently cured. Peruna cures catarrh permanently. It cures old chronic caes as well as a. slight attack, the only ' difference being in tho length of time that it should talcs to effect a cure. If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from...

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. — 11 September 1903

H Iron County Record $ i 1 H CHARLE3 3. WILKINSON X H X PUDUSHCR ... jr B "J ,"Mt1trt-., ........ ....J. bbbI 4 h a egtaiji.ismed decemocr, i003 M M CI(TCKtJ) AT TH3 CCO A ft CITY POST- B y orfice a sscono class matter J. B OTMSnWISfJ STRICTLV FIRflf CLACS 2! H SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR T HL ALWAYS IN AOVANCK H -M-M : 'M 4M.fr4K Hi FRIDAY, SB.'. II, 1903. .H - 1 1 H KEEP YOUR WORD GOOD, m 1l is .'ilruoRl fashionable nowndiiya for H ' lcoplo to brenlc tliclr promises, Wo H tllire totny tlist In ordinary life 1101 B 0110 half of ttici promises that nro mndc, M Hie made With tlio expectation of Itcep- M iiifr them Recording to the letter of M the ngri'oment, uiiIcm indeed there is n H jij-ntilty nttnclicd to the brenltliif of 1 them, or It ificlenrly In the Interest of H (ilie -iroinlfio (o strictly perform. .So M well 1.1 this fitrttc of uffulrfl understood H that lleople are .earning to not expect B promises will be l.cpt. Many well BH raeanini people liuvc contracted this BH habit...

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. — 3 October 1903

I ' Iron County Record. - I B j. Volt ' Cedar Oty, Iron County.jtijgth, Saturday, Oct. i, 1903. No.T? jH I PAROWAN STAKE P fl CONFERENCE. B Pricst'BJJ Melting Bishops' Reports, m and Counsel. r . H ELDER ROBERT'S STARTLING QUESTION K B. H. Robert's and Prci. Uriah T. H June's Prnctlcsl Talk on Bfl Temporal Affairs. HB (Continued from lust week.) Tlic speak -r thought tills condition HB existed pretty gouernlly Miroughout tlic BH state, tliu exceptions be In,' to be found HH in a few of the larger cities; and even there tliti llnu building that are being BB built, mid tliu ( i the.- improvements Unit BB ure being Hindu lire not tliu work of the BB Latterduy saints. The so called gentile BH element Is nisi Increasing in numbers BB faster tlmn the Mormjii people lire do- , log, and it Is doubtful If they do not outnumber the latter. There also BL Beemsto be u fulling away in the quail- ty ofllie work that is being done by out' Bm" people, the quality of their grains and BHr fruits is l...

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. — 3 October 1903

Iron County Record. H CtlAS. 3. and JOS. T. WILKINSON, Publishers. B CEDAR CITY. - - - UTAH. H .Too many so-called gems of thought BH turn out to bo paste. H When gamblers fall out tho lambs BBJ nro less likely to fall In. It Is almost pathetic to think what BH an awful lot Colombia has' yet to BBJj BBJ If some way could bo found of BBJ emptying the Kaw river Into Mount BH Vesuvius BBJ Mrs. Lnngtry has an abiding con- BBJ viction that sho can stand any play BH tho public can. BBJ A good stomacli is sometimes as BBJ useful as brains in helping a man BBJ along in the world. BBJ An inch on tho end of a man's noso BBJ and n second off tho trotting record BH aro about equally conspicuous. BBJ At least It must bo said for brenk- BBJ fast food that it has provided para- BBJ graphers with plenty of material. BBJ If Franco really wants to double BBJ her population sho can do so by im- BBJ porting tho great American cucum- BBBBi A young man soldom realizes how BBBBr dear his best girl Is unti...

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. — 3 October 1903

I , H....., , SWINGING SONG. f - '' She MiirntiK irto the woouVn gent And cHiiKlit tl! -opes with srnco, Her winsome dimples Blnrl una sweet I'lt J P. the shadowed plnce. i An.(1- llpntly swaying to nna fro, FiA ?" '"'' Pn tlio wlnir &k , i l& . Up- "P. up. ff5- l YS She floated townrit tlio sky: ' VW B i Down. down, down, M 11 watched her Ruyly fly; 1 f " -j And mnddened tost, I MS. .Mj' lii-nrt wns lost "Vl I flR As "he went Meetly by. MN. 1 ' VW W.PtVl I'ret'y mnldens, IniiRhlnE, spurr wM 1 fl WV 'ho enrth 'tis Imrd to bonr; A JL LP WS J"""?! ?hr,n !. liapleBH wooer turn 13 'fcV'f fr To lighten his despair! J lln At'v loy. wl" ,lni1 ,l "Pot nt Inst t 1 VlM . l-or hope to loan nnd cllnc- l I 1 W'li !" ns s IUcrt past. V' L. Fair Polly, nnd the swing. i J t Up, up. up, Yc II Amid the boughs wo fled; P W Down, down, down, V I .Ah Joyously wa sped; And In tho nlr I'd won tho fnlr Deforo tho cnt wns dead. Siiinuel Jllnturn Peck In Doston Tran script. V?&- CMS t&L, S-W5...

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. — 3 October 1903

H '- I Iron County Record M t CHARLES S. WILKINSON 'k H X ...PUBLISHER-... H X ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, IB93 $ X ENTERED AT THE CEDAR CITY POST' T H 4 OFFICE AS 8EC0N0 CLASS MATTER X H 4 ' OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 'X, H ...... .... ..." H T SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR f H ALWAYS IN ADVANCE 4 H p5- 3 5 J l JJ 11 3l XI 11 lI 11 JI ! J "J H SATURDAY, OCT. 3. i93- H COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE. H The season of the year is fast np- H preaching when the agriculturist H will have time to stop and take H breath. Tor the past three or four P months it has been a constant rush H and there lias been no time for wind work, it lias all been "Pitch in." H With the longer nights and shorter Hr days will come some more leisure, B more time for reading, and more H time for brain work, In each of the cities of our county H we have farmers' institutes and - . much good has already resulted from these organizations. The in- stitute idea can be still further mil ized by the organization or a Conn F ty F...

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. — 3 October 1903

I i I CORRESPONDENCE. jjNORMAL NOTES. Oct. 3rd 11W3. iNow stiulonta nro coming in every duy, but thuro Is plenty of room for moro Wor'.c On the new build Injr lias boon 5 delayed for a day or two on uecount of ; the rain. 1 1 l'rcsldont Kingsbury visited nearly nil Ij! classes nt the norinul lust Friday and I occupied the time In ohupel. As it result of the euliool city election . lield b'riday wo have for mayor, George Taylor; for recorder, Hose Fuller; for for attorney Amos Workman. J Students society lio'.in itsjntti In earnest on Friday. New ulllcers were elected and every thing loolts favorable for aprosuerous year with this orguuiz ntion. Preparations are being made ;or a ho). This building will be situated North west of tho Library. Tho con tract for the carpenter work lias been I sublet to tho Manual training boy who. Under the directions of Mr. Lewis will erect their new quarters. The worl; It Isoxpucted, will be completed In about two weeks. J .LEEDS 1 i.M i . as iM . Sept...

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. — 3 October 1903

HH Jim. BBBBBB Five years old a frail llttlo lad , . , I Who can't quite fathom tlio world's big Thoughtful eyes that seek those, of his BBBBBB For half of his tiny Joys: Oh, thu piping- voice ana the busy salt J And the inllnlteKlmal hand of In in, J And a trust In tne unshaken nnd great, And a love profound that's Jim. BBBBBJ When he clings to my linger and forth Bi KO Ho talks to mo frankly and comrade- With a lore more perfect than aught I And n wondrous light In his eyes; I Or when he fares forth to his bed at BBBBBJ I And fnlntly calls from his chamber dim, I Tho world seems filled with n sweet ilo- BBBBB light MB And I think, "Thank God for Jim." BBBBBB) There are cares to face nnd battles to BBBBB j . And serious looks ahead to take; BBBBBP And Rometlmus 1 lie far into the night, Trouhlod and wide nwako. Hut mostly I'm eager of mind and foot, J Cheerful of heart and steady of limb; And I scorn the freedom I once deemed j sweet Freedom? Why, 1'vo got Jim. J Louis Uodge. BBBBB...

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. — 3 October 1903

t&' fl B GAT1IEKED-UP SMILES HUMOROUS STORIES WORTHY Of PERUSAL. B The Stranger at the Experience Meet- B Ing Old Farmer's Artistic Slip-Up B How Imagination Affects the W Smoker. m J Love Laughs. $ "I'd caro not for honors or wealth," ho said, I "If your lovo Bhould prove- a llo; 1 I'd caro not for plcaauro or health," 1 no said; H "I'd chiefly deslro to die." B "I'd caro not for home or for friends, ' H sho "aid; fl "Llfo's Joys would seem a jest, B When your passion wavers or ends," fl R'10 said, B "1 shall seek for eternal rest." B Yet to day ho digs deeply In Nome, fl they say; B And In politics out thcro he wins, B She rules In n Brooklyn homo, they H say, Bf And rocks a cradle of twins. BJ Chanulng Pollock. BJ Reassuring. I I TyM, I 1 & Sf "Don't bo scared, Mr. Bird; I ain't " goln' to shoot you. I only shoot lions fl an tigers and things llko that B An Artistic Slip-Up. B Tho old iarmcr could raise excellent B produce, hut he had almost no "school- B Ing." In fact th...

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. — 3 October 1903

Bfl M' fc"1 " ' " 1 1 J j 'W ,t. y nBIBi H - . . . . . . . - 11 i i i - - r - tr - i ii. ii ii- R CHBNCr OF B ItlrF TfMF IS NOffl fiPFI TO YOIII I IT UJinjlVJJL J JUL Lxx Ju 11JM.JL XjJ JJIU'VJLJ. Jx JLJjI 1U 1UU 1 - CReadL! Ke,cl! I.edL! ; ; J i rrtirTTPTin7MVii-MM i'ii'i ht iiiirwc-wHnMH1 I I UNDERWEAR. . HATSI HATS! , Our' Stock., of Fall and Winter UNDERWKAR is also Complete. In the line of Hats worn this season the Wide Curl FEDORA and I The prices q noted-are on Strictly New Goods which have just been tin- PANAMA shapes will predominate. GRECO S and RAIIiROAl) J packed. If the quality is not better than you get elsewhere for the same shapes will also be worn. In the matter of Hats our line is unquusiion- i money don't trade with us. ably the largest and best assorted in town. s SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. ' NOTICE BELOW KINDS AND I'lUCES. W Swit's Conde, All Wool. v y . , y, ' CurJ Fedora. : V i' V jj Gent's SWIT'S CONDE, All Wool Goods. Drawers, $i.io, l - . Men.s,Wide CU...

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. — 10 October 1903

I Iron CouitY Record. ' I ! - -- hH j ' Vblt l0t Cedar Gfr,lron County tfoh- Saturday, QctTlQTfm : :r-:::"-:r- 'HNoT-iO HI 1 UNWILLING TAX- PAYER SPEAKS. What on Earth is Done With All the ; Money. I; NEW WAY TO MANAGE CITY AFFAIRS. Let the Management of riunlclpal , Affairs to tho Highest Re k sponsible Bidder. '; ,, Cedar City, Sept. 10, 1003. ? Mm Editou: It is proverbial Hint there Is nothing' sure in tills uncertain j " world of ours but death and taxes. ' . And few people are found who have any " fault to II nd with the association of the 5 tax evil with the great loveler of our race, iib tin illustration of that which is sure to overtake us. Of tho two inovit- fc , able evils, however, taxes seems to be rapidly forging to the front In the way ' of severity in this locality. Tho present year's levy, including i1 . city tax, Is nearly three cents on the i ,J yi dollar, 'over one third of whlchjjis for i " V 4v city purposes. To the uninitiated it Is "" & question what on ea...

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. — 10 October 1903

H WHISKERS IN SEASON H srTf """ B RE8ULT OF SUCCESSFUL, 8KIN- H GRAFTING CERATIONf r H Amateur Surgeon Did His Best -and H Was In No Way to .Blame,' But Na- 1 ture Proved Herself Triumphant H Over All. H Perhaps tlio most curious caso ot H nurgcry that was over performed In M tho region of tlio Adlronducks la that M which' was executed upon "William Mc- H Coy, a woodsman. H McCoy has just returnod from tho H Spruco Lako Mountain lumber camp H after nn absenco of two years. Ho M brings with him tho strange story M end its proof. H A year ago last May ho was work- M ing with John Duffoy gotting out some H long poles to repair a chuto which is M used to slldo logs down tho mountain H side. Duffoy went to cut a limb by H an upward swing whon tho axo sllp- H pod from his hands and went flying M through tho air. It struck McCoy, H and Its keen edge shaved off tho H greater part of his right check. Ho H bled profusely whllo they hastened H to tho camp a half mile away. Thero B was no docto...

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