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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 13 October 1911

-: ! H 4 . - . --Stfj - ' " MUM Pay your subscription to the Recod4f due, and well all be happy. Iron CountIV Record. I I -tt . , iDjJB I Vol. J 8. Cedar Gty, Iron County ,-m Friday, Oct. 13,1911. No. 44 bESB I " TRIP OVER ARID LANDS ; r . rUksx tracts Km iRousBT mm . ; V ' CULTIVATION. i . t ' . t iMtiftMs' Fert arid Kanarra Pefle , yt "K v Principal Owners. f I ' James SommcM Has Done Ex- cellent Work With Steam - Plow Land Cleared f of all Brush. Hearing on all sides that a vast amount of land was being made - ready for cultivation between . Hamilton's Fort and Kanarra aj lj fi representative of the Record de- j i . cided to go and see if all that j 8 f $f was being said was true, and in ! J company with T. J. Jones-went' j, ' over the ground a few days ago. i i After arriving below Hamil-i "j fi , ton's Fork it was noticed thatj ; i thousands of acres of arid land ' had been fenced this year and there now remains but a quarter j of mile stretch of land between $ the first named ...

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 October 1911

H Brief and Breezy. H An ordinary voter must bo re- H nmrkably astute or oxtraordin- B arily prejudiced to'know which H political party he belongs to at B the present moment. H , The fanner must now eontem- m plate t)c d if lieu It task to vote B against .Taft4Ior favoring, re- H clprocity, and against the DcmO- H crats for passing it. H Among the entries in the- H GJldden Automohije tour appears H the namC of Governor-Senator ifoke Smith of Georgia. He will H ittoior from Now York City to H Jacksonville via Atlanta, but it H isolated ho will only occupy one H seat. H felicre wil1 "ever be a wool M Kchddule that will fully protect H Ufa Wall Street lamb. j M 'Mr. J. J. Hill says the only H thing that will drive people back H tofthe land is an empty stomach, ' B Aviators say an ompty pctrol H ' tank amounts to the same thing. I H Dr. Wiley's vindication cannot H . be regarded otherwise than as a ' H t most emphatic anti-vindication' H for Attorney-General Wicker-j H - sham. I H H It ...

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 October 1911

i mBBMSmk " " mii w . " - BK3XsHn --MONTHLY DIGEST. 0f Important Public Land Dc- .v , cislons. ' K i . ..The following important law . v-v. points have Recently been decid ' , . ed by the Secretary of the Inter ior, SEPTEMBER DIGEST. Homesteads. - Settlement upon land while it is' covered by the entry of anoth er confers no right on cancelation of the entry against the Govern ment. The Government'&.rights under any valid withdrawal at once attach to the exclusion of any settlement or other right in itated while such entry was of record. v The homestead law is a dona tion of public lands conditional upb'n the performance of certain acts. Its purpose is to establish agricultural homes on the public domain, and, in case of the death of the entryman, the widow or heirs should proceed at once to cultivate during the proper seas on of each year and improve the land, and continue such cultiva tion and improvement for such period of time as, when added to the time during which the entry...

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. — 13 October 1911

H Jk H Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY. UTAH. H ALEX. H. ROLLO J H unit B , , w..i..... X H , ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1093. H ' . H X CNTENED AT THE CKOAR CITV P08T- H T Office AS BICONO CLAOt MATTCn. H I SUBSCRIPTION tl.80 PER YEAR H T ALWAVa IN ADVANCE 1 VTTTVI'VTf TTVTVTTTVTTTl'T T TT 1 Friday, Oct. 13, mm. H THE JOCKY. H What in the meaning of the H word "Jocky." The dictionary H before us says, "One who rides H a horse in a race ; groom ; a dealer H in horses; cheat. ;(p. pr.) to H cheat or deceive; jostle against H by riding unfairly' H 1 Judging from the exhibitions H usually seen upon tracks in H southern Utah, the hitter part of H the definition is more applicable H than the first. And the worst 1 of it is that the custom appears H to bo getting worse instead of H hotter. Further more, unless H somo radical changes are effected H along these lines, these small, B dishonest practices on tho part B of riders and horse owners are H ' going to result in the killing of H all inter...

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 October 1911

' BB j&sl HHR - - - ... mn ii i mi i IVlissionary Letter. . Butte, Montara, Oct. 5, , " Editor Record:It is with much pi asure that I write these few lines and I hope I am not intrud ing upon the time and patience , of the r3aders. It seems strange that the missionaries from home do nc t take more interest and write more often to their home paper, taking up some subject or (Sub jects, discussing them briefly. They are as well posted, perhaps, on many subjects as anyone at home and could write interesting pieces if they only took a little k- time. As we are out to do all the good we possibly can, we may v t d ) some good at home by writ- "X. ing articles which might help "&v- some one who reads them and cause him to investigate deeper into the subjects. If they are interesting subjects it will casue more interest to be taken in the home paper and also in our home town at large. "What is Pell and how caused" has often been asked. I have come to the conclusion that it is not a ...

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 October 1911

. j : - ti . . . . J. ....J .JJJJr . , . . ...... H Mormons in H Convention. B 'The following talcon from the B Nauvoo RusLI cr shows that the m BaintH in Illinois are alive and B that the elders are doing good B work. The convention referred B to was attended by nearly all the B missionaries in the Northern B states, among them being those B of the elders from Iron County. B The report of the convention as B given by the Rustler is worth B reading by all Latter-day Saints: H One of the largest attended B conferences of the elders and B higher dignitaries of Latter Day B Saints of Utah, was held here B during the past three days, B closing last night, and among B one of the most prominent was B Apostle Penrose, one of the B twelve, who are advisers of the B presidency. He is a forciblo and B eloquent speaker at his time of B . ago, though nearly 80 years old. H President Joseph F. Smith of B , Salt Lake, a son of Hyrum Smth. B who met his death at Carthago, 111., in 1845, with his b...

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 October 1911

CIVIC CLUB FOUNTAINS ADD TO CITY'S EEAim Attrnctivoness Combined With Useful , .- noes In Gift to Johnstown, Pa. J . . , Distinctly novel and attractive In do-' , a sign and n marked addition to tlm city 'ili. , beautiful, as well us being a boou to m t . the hordes of the city, the Tour drink ing fountains recently ordered "by the i Cambria County Civic club have been received nnd placed nod are now in service In Johnstown, Pa. ' . The picture Is of the fountain on Itnllroad street. All are donated to the city through the Civic club, but one of them Is erected to the memory of the Into Andrew Foster, by 'Mrs. Ha r bam Foster, his -wldnvr. The others were purchased by the club. x The fountains were designed nnd .' made In the studios of the Forinllgi H X 3 T c rs J. k5t T N I &r Aviv l"rtivs I gv&ftH S ' " v'5 1 ONB OF JOtWSTOWN'B HKW l'OUNTAINK. I company of "Wllhesbarre and ore of 1 special construction for Johnstown be 1 cause of the narrow streets and slde- 1 wnlks. Each...

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 October 1911

1 Ij ,.0 - - - - - -J - " "' - ' 'li H IT- - - . HI iliuijj Dlll'Hl Fl ! If , . I I r Till , W H Tilings in General. H The weather has Ieen quite H cold since the Inst min. M It seems that cattle gathering H 18 the order of the day. H "Earless girls" is Uie cry in H Cedar these days. H Say girls, what have you done B wth your ears? B; A fine lot of lemonu and B oranges just received at Cedar i City Drug Store. 45 cents the V dozen. B ! Cattle buyers have been mnk- M ing large purchases throughout H; the county for the paat ten M ' days. Ht Tonight the Republicans will H ; hold a-primary to put a ticket; in Hji the flold for the municipal elec- Hjl tion to bo held in November. j The strike oH the railroads H has, played the "deuce" with m freight. It now takes three weeks I H 1 to get freight from Salt Like. H f ' Cedar had a large delegation H J Up at the Taft reepction in Salt H Lak'o City last week. They have H all ' returned and state Hint a H good time was had. H Mra. Mussor's s...

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 1911

J if' BBm h ) ) . rt tiiRh SHE Jit - f ' ' "T-i ' lit Fay yUr subscriPtion to the Record. due, and well all be happy H I Iron County Record. I If J Vo1, 18 Gcdar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Oct. 20, 191U " " NoTlS HI r ,- . l' Good Citizen Gorie. Kf In the death of Henry Mc- t Connell, which occurred at his ij home in this city Sunday after- noon at between 4:00 and 5:00, !g5l p. m., Cedar City looses an in- I telligent, honorable and upright K citizen, and one of the well- Bj known landmarks. Death was jiM caused by pneumonia, sup- Mf plemented by old age and the : incident lack of vitality to com- bat the disease. The patient was ill only about a week, and H suffered but comparatively little. Hr All of the children of deceased H, were at his bedside when the B last change came, and he did not H want for tender and willing H hands to nurse and care for him. K' The funeral services were held H Jn the tabernacle Tuesday after H iioon at 2 o'clock. The speakers were John V. Adams,...

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 1911

V miBF a B ijjft i wfn ,f i&. H HOW MANY BEANS IN A BOTTLE? H District School Notes. B The 7th grade will publish a H newspaper once n month during H the present school year. We B believe that the object of study- H ing language Is to learn how B to oxprcHH our thoughts clearly B and correctly. "Practice makes B perfect," hence our newspaper. B Our paper shall be known ns The Jtii. Grado Eerier. Watch m Base Ball. B A very interesting game of B base ball was played last Friday B between tho 8th grade and the H rest of the school. The 8th B grade won by a score of 10 to I JH Report Cards. IS Our report cards are not out B yet. We are all anxiously wait- B ing for them because we want to B knowour finish. B Physiology and Hygenc. H In the soventh grade we have B been studying in our Physiology B and llygeine about disease germs B or bacctrla cells of the body, the B skin, pus forming bacteria, B Tetanus (Lock Jaw,) Diphtheria, B Pneumonia, Influenza, Whooping B Cough, Colds, Tuber...

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 1911

Hi SOCIAL CENTERS SUCCESSFUL Rochester Doing Much For the Enjoyment of Her Citizens. SCHOOL BUILDINGS ARE USED City Has Equipped Them With Gym nasiums, Libraries, Baths and As sembly Halls Men, Women and Children Attend Nightly Sessions. 80 much lins been snd uud -written ' v on the movement to provide piny- 1 grounds or other recreative centers for children thnt the older generation has been almost entirely forgotten. Not so In llochestcr, N. 1. where what are I known as social centers have been es tablished. School buildings splendidly equipped with gymnasiums, libraries baths and assembly halls are being utilized by old and young alike. ,' It Is significant of the spirit of the social centers that their beginning was I due to the efforts of no one person or group of persons. The board of edu- 1 cation hnd absolutely nothing to do J with the organization of the move- ' ment, but merely assumed the duty of 1 administration because it is by law the custodian of all school property a...

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 1911

40 ' ? i Iron County Record J B J CJEDAR CITY, UTAH. B ALEX. H. ROLLO H Htm H (BTAMISIIU) DCMDER, 1803. B KMTrrtO AT THC CCDAN CITY POST H if OrlOR MCOHO CLAIS MATTIR, B . ............ ....... ., B aUDOCniPTION $I.BO PER YfeAR M ALWAYS IN AOVANCK. H Friday, Oct. 30, 1911. H Missionary Letter H Elgin, Iowa, Oct. 7. H Editor .Record: My thoughts H and my mind h.-ive been drawn H Homowhnt bnck in the history of H our pcoplo lately, and feeling H that our elderly people would like H to hear something of the place H whoro they or their parents were B wont to dwell, and I hope it is of Hj interest to our young peoplo also, H I am taking this liberty, which H has been afforded mo of com- H muning to them some of 'the H ideas which have come to me in H making my recent visit to the H once beautiful city of Nauvoo, H once beautiful and always beau- H tiful when the Lord covenants to Bfv mako it a promised land to his H ' chosen people. He One can readily see why they H; called it Nauvoo tho ...

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. — 20 October 1911

"""TT.. mm ' """"i t "yi i utmmMMMtjimMMwnniaMMiii n. ii,i.iii i i i nri H Where Does The i Fault Lie?; Our district road supervisor does not repair our mountain road because our County Com missioner does not want him to repair it, saying that the road ! , "fund is getting small. j The road has not been in a suitable condition to haul heavy : loads over for the past two years, , being so sidling the driver can hardly sit in his seat in a number of places. ; The trouble is all caused by I . sheep herds being driven up' and down the road, filling up the ( 31 upper wheel track, thus making : Iyj the upper side full of loose dirt I 7 and rolling in rocks which arc t never cleaned out only by one 1 sheep man, Mr. Pace of Har- j 11 mony, and nothing is done to' If collect damages. The recent! If heavy rain has cooperated with ft the damage done the road by' If sheep. The water followed down If the read for a half mile at a time , 1 1 without sufficient water course to , f I carry it out o...

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. — 20 October 1911

H ... -.. . . H Drink Pure Wntcr and H Avoid Siokness. H Inipuro water causes typhoid H and oilier diseases. There is no H excuse for an impure water WL supply in Utah. H It is the duty of the proper B authorities of every town to in- m stall a pure water system. B It is the duty of every citizen H for the protection of his family m to insist tiiat pure water shall be 1 . provided in his locality. , m Surface wells are dangerous H in towns where there is no sewer H system and in which dry earth H closets are not exclusively used. H Open irrigation ditches are H dangerous as a source of drink- H ing water. H Streams used for drinking H purposes should be protected H from human and other con- H tnminntion. H The best water supply is one H taken from springs and conveyed! H in pipes. B If springs cannot be secured m ; the Hiipply should, if possible, B bo' piped from moun (uin streams B I which are carefully protected B from contamination. B H Filtration through a sand filter B ',;: fu...

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. — 20 October 1911

h m f ' HI i me 9IB J Facts to Remember Con- ccrning Typhoid Fever Is Typhoid fever is a -disgrace to ;i J tiny community for the reason '1 that it is a positively preventable i disease spread as a result of I ignorance or wilful carelessness. ! Uly In 1910 there were in Utah! Jr1 more than 1500 cases and many I deaths from the disease. j 1 Typhoid fever is caused by a ! Ic germ which originates solely in jf a previous case of the disease and which is given off in vast1 I numbers in the discharges from I fthe body. The disease is contracted by' swallowing food or water which contains typhoid germs. The germs are deposited in the food by flies which have come in contact with discharges from a typhoid patient and in water! from wells or strpams into which the said discharges have drained. To prevent typhoid fever, all' discharges from a case of the B disease should be carefully dis- lm infected in accordance with the (Si law and rules of the State Board jffijL of Health, IB. All outho...

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. — 20 October 1911

Things in General. H win Boost for an automobile road H to Lund. H Tax time (3 upon us. Aro wc H 9 prepared for it? H Kcmembor tho date, NOVEM- H HER 1ST AND 2ND, EQUITA- H . BLE CO-OP. SALE. ppppp! - . . ., H Sond Tho Record to yoUr H absent friends. It is like a letter H from home, and will keep them H posted on local conditions. H It is said that there is no rest M for tho wicked. Certainly the M shiftless deservo no rest. Well, B what are wo going to do about H that automobile and wagon road B U Lund? M Don't you think that The H Record is a neat little country M paper now? Well, if you like it, M why don't you give it a dollar m and a half and have it with you H - for a year. M ' mum amount qf onjoym'ent out H , of a dime, tako it to tho Gem M ,; 'Photoplay Thoatrb, whoro'it will B "purchase an hour of most satisfy- H " ing entertainment. lm , H Onco moro wo rise to remark, m that good wagon road to Lund H ought to bo built. Tho present H i; ;road is tho greatest piece of ex- K...

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. — 27 October 1911

bbbbbshbbbbbsh B ggggWBW.iJJM.milij.i. n ,-7.-g.., ... ,iuk. ..li..1..rt--.--yffi'.i'"'i"W i-if.mi)vfiay.'M4ff(.iiHw(l.w)iM1 University of Wh I ' HibH AjPflti ;. a , a- ; ., ' ,,'. - HbkwBSbe -& . - - Ai.: v ;.,.'" ' ' .,'' VJ '..,'. , j& .i0Mrar HgglWHJ f S; , Pay your subscription to the Rte if due, and we'll all be happy. Hh ii-- Iron County Record. . 1 LtfJ&- ";r ' ' ',' 3PKSK 'T HUH Pv; Vol. 18. Cdr City, Iron Coooty,,Ufch, Friday, Oct. 27, J9U. No. 46 WMM '' ,'''-',;.,, , i "S I tH JOSEPH JONES DEAD. .-T ' ! V';.- .-' WeM Respected Ytwg Mm Of - !& lri i' ' 5V- Succumbed te Ravages of I fctf $& Typhoid-Burled at 1 . f , Ctfar. ' k" Sunday morning news reached Jr $ '. "Cedar that Joseph, the son of j :vV .Mr. and Mrs. Hyr'um Jones of I ", Enoch had succumbed to the wi ' u ravages of that dread disease, ijp, typhoid. It W$k!' ie relatives and friends of 'fef- this place were shocked at the -MP' news, as it was believed that the Ifm. young man had a good chance...

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 October 1911

H ' Cltamlical Senfcuf lb Wtattar; H IWMK. Pauley Dallby, . , Co-operative Observer H Cedar City, Utah B ObsorvaUons for week ending H Wednesday, October 25, 1911. H Temperature 1JJ3 , H 1J S Character "48 Si! Day H ,1 pJ -1" H 19 56 27 Pwtly Cloudy Wk 20 49 26 ...... CW . '21 53 24 ...... H 22 61 27 '...!. H 23 65 36 ,....' PrilyCkHKJy H 24 63 43 " P H 25 66 42 " H . The Devil's H Contribution. H r Italy wont find it a very H 4 Thanksgiving Turkoy. H 1 i H vTwlk and no "do" makes any H city a corrupt political town. B H 'Dr. Wiley is to administer the H pure food law hereafter. Eat H hearty. H "Go went, young men," is nd- H vice now chiefly followed by H Presidents. H Apparently J. P, Morgan has H no financial interest in Tripoli. H The authorj&Jfch autobiogra plttjpWflrtM. LaFollotte has HMRt Hif h opinion of ths Seim Hffc?itam WifteoMn. H . T1i ErI RiliWllftrllTfrl H all the oonductors and brakemen H to .wear black ncktie. To Hv match their collars? H Thirty thousand dollars ...

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. — 27 October 1911

i- - - i """"""" i J y- ...... . H f ---- " Mineral Protection Second ;': Only to Agriculture. Nearly a third of a billion "; 'dollars was added to the wealth of the United States from the &p mineral production of the West st'.; era States during 1910, accord ing to the figures of the United ;-f -. States Geological Survey. This "',& includes about $66,000,000 worth iV; ; : -of coal, the remaining production 1 ; principally metals, having a :;,,.' value of practically a quarter V; -of a billion dollars. The total figures of western mineral pro- 'duction as compiled by the kw , : Survey are $313,944,881. This ', is about one-fourth the total V,; -' .agricultural production of the :same area, the production be tween mineral and agricultural t.$t, production being about the same V as for the entire United States. ' , ' The agricultural production of the Western States, derived from ..', figures of the Department of : Agriculture, was approximately ' $1,394,791,000. The area, co...

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. — 27 October 1911

BJSJSJSfll BBBHI 4"fMt"WMl,,IHh4'l,,W'M,4,lKl"W'M'4MlMl H :; Iron County Record H pvimini mv rrotyr B CEDAR CITY, UTAH. , ALEX. H. ROLLO H - j ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, 1883. H aHTIRKO AT THE COAK CITV POiT- H OfPICI AS aXCOND CLAM MATTIR. BBBH H M h H 0UQ8CRIPTION $I.BO PER YfcAR H ALWAYS IH AOVANCC. BBBBJ BBBBBJi "TTTTTT TTTTTTT'fTTl'f'VTtfrW BBBBBBBB11 .. H Friday, Oct. 37, 1911. fl AS TO POLITICS. H A great deal !b being said H upon the streets concerning the m material of which the various H political tickets are composed. B One faction is saying that the B Republican ticket is no good; H another will say the Democratic 1 ticket is no good, and a - great m many republicans and democrats H' say that the socialist ticket is H, Why should this be? The M men who coraposo the tickets are H all honorable people, and will H do the very best they can for B the welfare of the town. K Because a man happens to be H nominated for a political position H is no reason why ho should bo K slandered...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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