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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 22 December 1911

' ' I .VV'' , . . tf".4 ii.i..MgBrthMimi iii in ii i niiwiwMrw iw.uim,.niwiu m Kiharra Letter. :-.v ?Cl no i I : ." -n .Kanarra, December 19f 7;tIt jsertainly surprising, after , " . such a blizzard yesterday to see ; ? the sun shining brightly today, - V but iihftnojd?.' saying, s.-goes: ' ' ".Thei. ip,alyays, sunshinq after 'erajn." Why(lnot after snow? The measles epidemic is still spreading. It is thd earnest de sire of most cases that there will be enough freed from quarantine to na&keiXmas holidays natural at least . i (' Thbro was1 talk of putting ori a play for holidays but circum stances, ruled otherwise, ' , JMrs. JLucreHa Groves who. has been ill for .some fy'me is greatly improved. ., ' . The big storm, yesterday brought the U. S. mail to a halt here At a late hour last night, hence no mail from either -way today. :Mr. Gay of Sevier County1 arid Miss Sadie Stapley of Beaver, accompanied by the la'tter's mother, passed through Tidre dh their way to St. George Where th...

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. — 22 December 1911

H Notice to Water Users. H State Engineer's Oflico, Suit H Lake City, Utah, December 16, 1011. B Notice is hereby given thatW. M W, Roundy, whoso post office ad- fl dress is Kanarra, Utah, has made H application in accordance with B the requirements of the Com- piled Laws of Utah, 1907, as H amended by the Session Laws of UUih, 1909 and 1011, to appro M priatc two (2) cubic-feet of wa H ter per second from Kanarra, M Dry and Camp Creeks, Iron H County, Utah. Said water will m ' be diverted at a point which lies M 830 foot north and 1,110 feet cast m of the north quarter corner of H Section 81, Township 88 south, H Range 12 west, Salt Lake base HT and meridian, from where it will H bo conveyed by means of a ditch H for a distance of approximately & 700 foot and there used during m the poriod from January 1 to December 81, inclusive, of each , H year, to irrigate 80 acres of land i T embraced in Section 81, Town- i m 9, ship 88 south, Range 12 wost, i H' Salt Lake baso and meridia...

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. — 22 December 1911

B y k - - ' B; The Doctor's Daughter. yK Uilmoixt Vance i i..k In "l. If." Hi She was a doctor's child, and ho B Embraced the opportunity From all disease to make her free, H With absolute immunity. B "And first" said he, "as I indorse Bt Prevention of diphthoiia, Hj This anti-toxin from a horse B Will kill some 'bad bacteria. Hj "Against consumption, you'll Bt allow, B No means should be neglected, B And so this serum from a cow B Would better be injected. B ' 'Another bovine brings a charm, B And I indorse ittfully, B And so this vaccine in the arm B Will make the child feel 'bully', B "And once again I ipierce the B Lest other evils threaten us; B And pump another serum in B To save tibeioKilU from tetanus. B "Of snake-bite serum, just a mt touch; B We get rt .through a rabbit IB Which we have bitten up so B much iw it really likes the habit. Bf "A meningitis toxin, too, JB Should be inocculated; 9H A guinea-pig we strain it through SB To get it circulated. JH "Some recent serums...

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. — 22 December 1911

H . .. ... -: ,i ' I SEVENTH GRADE ECRIER. B Edited by Seventh Grade Students. CHRISTMAS. 1 .Christmas is celebrated be- M cause of the birth of Christ. m The first celebration of the B birth of Christ known of was in m the year 180 A. D. But there B had been a day appointed for B exchanging gifts ever since be- K fore Chrst. Hut after the birth M of Christ they celebrated the M bfrtl of Christ and exchanged H gftt . slao,,on the twettty-iiftli H Many of the people wanted tq H, hvfc . faanUJ on thnt day. So H thoy would cook big dinners and B hMtf fl grand tfniborf ClfrWtlrlfltf H' That is where the people got the B 4 ida of making ChrisMiKi? cakes H arid puddings. Ojico in a tjargo building (here was a large num- H Mill 11 'iw' - - L HlUP tho birth of Christ. Some m ofUhu wicked peojllc finding-thf B otfflordercd all the doors closed V and then set (ire to the building fc arfci all .the people, sthjlt WW n M tifat building w?re Jiurncd 'to 1 death, H ,, Stanley Smith. H A SCHOOL IN...

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. — 29 December 1911

'-.' Co."" f "fjf Pay your subscription to the Recorq if due, and "we'll all be happy. H Iron County Record. I Vol. J 9. Cedar CUy, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Dec. 29, 19H. No. 3 M I J outright! tJonight! i . latest -Ifei- tMxdmL (Etergttits Utclrxtu $j H From Pa rowan Health Board. Parowan, December 26. , II Editor Record: We notice in Iff your last issue, that the reason ifet our communcation had not been IK published was because it had IB not een s'Sned. It was a signed Wmk article, though, of course, not mmjL with pen; however, if that is iajH. really the reason for not publish- IttYpV ing it, we wish to tell you that Yott we were the writers of the gH. article and will be willing to Hjn father the same should you see HB At to publish it. In fairness to HQ the people of this county as a NHB whole, we think it should be jBflV given publicity. WSkW Yours very truly, i-W WM. PRITCHARD, ly J. F.'McGREGOR, IgHf Members health board of Paro- Wmf wan City. jlflp Parowan, December 14. W...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 December 1911

H LL .IIMT " ! I "llTl - H MONTHLY DIGEST. M Ot Important Public Land H Decisions. M NOVEMBER. H HomcBtcads. H While absence from the land H on account of sickness will, un- H tier Home circumstances, be held H cxcuasble by the Department, if H it is accompanied by only short H residence, meager improvements H and cultivation of the entry, the H final proof will be rejected. H Where one claims the right of H entry based upon settlement or H residence should be continued H 'until the entry has been allowed. M The act of June 28, 1910, pro- H vides merely for a leave of m absenco for three months, and H will not cure a default existing Hj ' prior to the date of the act. H A withdrawal of public lands Hj for forestry purposes creates an H adverso claim, which defeats the H right of any more subsequent H Temporary absences on the m part of the cntryman on account H of climatic conditions have been m ' excused by the Department only M whore the circumstances sur- H rounding the entry cle...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 December 1911

a""""-",l""il,,,,,",""""""i"ilMBWli GOOD ROADS ESSENTIAL, SAY TWO GOVERNORS. I Patrol System and National Leglsla- tlon Favored by Dass and Crothors. I, Goveruor tt:s3 of New Hampshire Is IlakhiR n verbnl Interest In road Im provement throURhout that state and :k In a recent Inter- ' 'mRlttk T'ew expressed I! r"5! himself as being I - H 8trnKly 1 fnvor I- fm SjlQ ' '10 'n,Prove J' iir W&7 m0nt nml ox,ou .M J'fgF bJo f the New -jiffj Hampshire high- HiIFv wny. This la the ( sSA nrst ' m e tlmt j JXmkt Governor K n 8 8 4mm JrfwQM 'ms l'oino ou BO 1 ' AMM&&& forcibly In favor 4f?jiR? of hotter roads. "i W&? mldltlon. the 5r governor also mid that he fa- GOVEHMOn 1.AS8 01' voml ,,, c()fn. new liAMrwmr, mIwon wlllch shall not change under different ad ministrations. "Another feature that should be adopted," said Governor Hast, "Is the system of patiols. y thli I mean that nil the roads should bo divided into sevflons of live mlloi and each Hcetlon placed In charge of ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 December 1911

H j Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H ALEX. H. ROLLO H a IMMf H 1 1 H ESTAULI8HED DECEMBER, 1803. m B KMTBNKD AT THS CKOAR OITV POIT .. H . OMICl At (ICONO CLAAi MATTSff. B ( . t tf . i H QUOOCRIPTION $1.60 PER YE.AR H ALWAYS IH AOVAHCO. H Hrlday, Occ ap ion B "A good wife" how much H happiness !b contained in these M three short words. Her power B for good is perfectly irresistible. M It docs not matter how energetic H or industrious a man may be, H with a careless or spendthrift H wife his best efforts nrc vain. H We cannot honor with too H deep aroverenco the homo H affections; we cannot cherish H thorn with too much solicitude. H Members of the home circle lose H nothing by being polito and kind B to one nnother. Little children H are such imitative creatures; if H the father shows kindly attention H to mother, bright, eyes will see H the act and is sure to do just liko H pnpn.. H Lot your most cherished friend H bo a womnn whoso companion- H ship is uplifting and elevati...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 December 1911

." From Toquerville. Toquerville, Dec. 18, Will make a brief report of our cattle drives and sales. Adams and Anderson of Cedar and E. R. McEwen of Panguitch -were the buyers. The prices -vvere good - -the best ever. Here they are: yearlings $20 to 22; two-year-olds $28 to $30; three- and-four-year-olds $35 to $38. .Cows $26 to $30. We all sold ' heavily. We have made six trips to Xolob after cattle, and the end is not yet. They are very hard to jret. Several -were killed by falling off ledges and some of .the pack Worses were injured. The mountain -was practically bare, but the -creeks were icy Jand dangerous. Did you ever v see ucattle go skating? Ours did. ,.(,,. The deer looked very pretty ::. -and were quite sociable. (We y dad mot molest them. ) v '..;- -How I .do enjoy looking at ..;".. them bounding through the .., forests of pines. The beauty -; and .grandeur of nature are sub- iS 1"Tle me 'f tlie scenes in t .-, Box Canyon -are perfectly grand. H.j;;' No storm since Septem...

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. — 29 December 1911

H Hj j-tt 4MBMMWWNIWMMIWH H Notice to Water Users". H Stale Engineer' Offico, Salt B Lako City, Utah, Docombor 10, B Bj Notice is hereby given thatW. B W. Roundy, whose post office ad B drc sb is K unarm, Utah, has made B application in accordance with Bj the requirements of the Corn el pilud Laws of Utah, 1907, as B amended by the Session Laws of B Utah, 1009 and 1911, to appro B priate two (2) cubic-feet of wa B ter per second from Kanarra, B Dry and Camp Creeks, Iron B County, Utah. Said water will B be diverted at a point which lies B 330 feet north and 1,110 feet cast B of thp north quarter corner of B SqqUdiiDI, Township 38 south, B RatJge 12 wet, Salt Lako base B nndrnorldiun, from where it will B be conveyed by means of a ditch B forn distance of approximately B 700 feet arid there used during B the period from January 1 to B Dt'conibar 31, inclusive, of each B year, to irrigate 80 acres of land B embraced in Section 81, Town B ship 38 south, Range 12 west, B Salt Luke base ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 December 1911

I . , Washington Letter. "J ? J , Washingon, D. C, Dec. 18. k "It begins to look as though tho . :- . . lav will be repealed which au- thorized the establishment of the Court of Commerce, as a bill to i that effect has been introduced in Congress. Prior to the establishment of ., this Court the Interstate Com-' merce Commssion had charge of regulating common carriers, such as railroads and other modes of transportation and regulated , i the business with very satisfying i results both to the shipper and to ": , the railroads. It was beginning . to appear, however, to the rail- roads as if the Interstate com-' mission was sticking most too close too exact justice, so they had friends enough in Congress , to get a law through which es tablished the "Court of Com-i merce." A few months ago the .; Interstate commerce commission 1 issued orders preventing the rail- 1 roads from raising passenger and - I freight rates. And some of these I orders have been overruled byj 1 the Court of Comm...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 29 December 1911

H gi nil .... ,-. i.. i n m i I Tilings in General. H Miss Fannie Walker is homo H again after an extended visit to H California. H Clean out your old rusty gun H and get ready for the hunt New H Years day. H Israel II. Porter, who has been , H teaching school in Arizona, is H spending the holidays with his H family at Hamilton's Fort. H All the students of the Branch H Normal who live at a distance H have gone home to spend the M holidays. m Mrs. Edith Gregory, daughter H of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Walker, H is here visiting and will spend B' some time with friends and rcl- H atives. H John U. Webster, Vivian H Decker, Ruby Leigh and Hunter B Lunt, Cedar students at the U. H of U., aro spending their mid- H winter vacation at home. Wost Ward Mutual ball to- B night. Borne splendid prizes to B bo given away. Hotter show j yourself and help the organ iza- fl tion out. M Last Saturday the wife of j Raymond CoRslett presented him B with a baby girl. Tho arrival of M the little one not only ...

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. — 5 January 1912

j$ Pay your subscription to the RecoidBif due, and we'll all be happy. H I Iron CouNTfr Record. I K Vol. J 9. Cedar Otv, Ii'on Coonty, UtJFridayJan. 5, J9J2. No. 4 M I Dance To-night for Rabbit HunteS J Free to all those who participated in the hunt, all&e m editor of the Record, A cordial invitation is extended to gfery body else. Admittance to dancers 50 cents. Male spectators 25 cents. Come and see the mighty hunters tread a miQtt IIa HOORAY! HOORAY! M Tho Married People of Cedar to Have SjSL A pflf ty at Last. Qoinp to bo Dances They can Handle if1 too Prize for the Most drace- k ful Dancers as Well A dood ' Time Will bo Theirs. Fl- "What do you know about fA this?" The Ward Hall Amuse- ment Committee arc going to i give to the married people of I the town a party at which they I .'.'. can enjoy themselves to their hearts content. There will be dancing that they v can enjoy and can participate in. .' A" There will be all kinds of good L., - music and the floor will be waxed ...

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. — 5 January 1912

H m mi n '"I i ' B Wc Arc Going: to Try. H Wc arc going to try the coming H H ,To keep our minds and memories H clear H No matter who may doubt it. H We've minsed good chances right H along H And mingled with the giddy H throng H But now we'll sing a better H song. H Say, fellows, what about it? H Wc arc going to try the wiser H ' plan, H Wc know the mind just makes H the man H No matter who may doubt it H The lessons wo arc taught in H youth H Reveal to us the simple truth H That wo havo missed the mark H forsooth. H Say, fellows, what about it? H Wo are going to try in evory H To prove tho truth of what wo B sw B No1 matter who may doubt it. B Wc nover like to brag or boast B But should wo try to rule the B B We'll keep in sight the winning B B Say, fellows, what about it? B No longer wait or ponder o'or B the past B Tho precious moments fly too B fl For us to ever doubt it. B No matter whero wo aro today B See, education points tho way B Inviting all to come and stay. B Say, foll...

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. — 5 January 1912

J - 4 "ft? i A Tribute to the Coal Miner. The Knoxville mine disaster once more illustrates the courage and magnanimity of the coal miner when the hazards of the business run against him. It is a bit singular that in an i age which has raised a numerous "1 crop of writers of stories of the I .- I world of toil and of physical peril j the coal miner should have been overlooked. We have Cy War-J .. man's engine men and Owen j '" Wister's cowboys, Mark Twain's ' ' . river pilots and Ralph Connor's i lumber jacks. P. Hopkinson1 I Smith has immortalized the ) submarine diver, but the subter- ranean miner who walks in dark le - ness waits his chronicler, apolo- 'I gist and champion. F The real miner is a very differ- l ent person from the miner of -' popular thought as different as the real lumberman is from the pleasing creations of the fancy Jj, of Ralph Connor. While he Ij V works with pick, shovel and ' drill,' he is in reality a skilled laborer. He may live in a wretched dry-goods bo...

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. — 5 January 1912

j iimiiiii iii.i i i n '""' m Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H ALEX. H. ROLLO H CSTAnUSHED tlECfMBEK, 1803. j . H CNTCRCD AT THC ClOAft CITY POCT H OPflCB A 1ICOMD CLAS MATTfR. H a a .ff. t H suoacniPTioM ino per yuar H ALWAYS IN AOVANCK. H vF',,,Tvr4'lFl,',,, J'TtI'vI't Hi Friday, Jan 5, 191 a. H CXUNB OP COMFORT. H1 Year by year, for twenty H centuries tho story of the night H at Bethlehem has been told and Hj retold. Today no household in H1 Christendom, in town or village H or on distant prarie can plead the H ignorance in which Bethlehem H then lay. If the door is shut on H tho Christ-child today, it is not H from lack of knowledge, but H from churlishness or indiflfer- H SI1CO. H All the old troublous questions Hj of tlto origin and destination of H tho Galilee Carpenter have H: nagged. i All the mediaoval worriment B in discriminating between human K and divine has gono, all puzzled H inquiry into tho miraculous. No H longor is mankind stirred over B tho non-essontial...

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. — 5 January 1912

s Summary of Weather for 19U The following is a brief sum mary of the weather in the vicinity of Cedar City for 1911. The precipitation for the year r" amonted to 13.68 inches, the amounts falling during the various months of the year be ing as follows: January, 1.70 inches; February, 1.02 inches; March, .89 inches; April, .05 inches; May, .38 inches; June .64 inches; July 2.88 inches; August, .22 inches; September, .36 inches; October, .81 dnches; November, .20 nches; December 1.26 anches. Precipitation rec ords have been kept complete for January, February, March " ' -and April for six years; for May ' " " for five years ; or June and July for four years ; ,1 or August for three years, and for November ' and December for seven years. " . The annual precipitation as com puted from these records is 13.78 inches, distributed Uhrough the s various months of the year as ; follows: January, 1 inch;Feb- l ruary, 1 inch; March, 1.36 inches; April, .68 inches; May, I 1.01 inches; June, .28...

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. — 5 January 1912

Hp 4u -JL ; B Notice to Water Users. H State Engineer's Office, Salt H Lake City, Utah, December 10, H Notice i'b hereby given that W. H W. Roundy, whose post office ad- H dreaa is Kanarra, Utah, has made l application in accordance with H the rcquircmenta of tile Com- piled Laws of Utah, pW, as H amended by the Sesaiorf Laws,of M Utah, 1909 and 1911, to appro- H priate two (2) cubic-feet of wa- H ter per second from Kanarra, H Dry and Camp Creeks, Iron H County, Utah. Snid water will H be diverted at a point which lies M 380'fcot north and 1,110 feet east H of the north quarter corner of H Section 31, Township 33 south, H Range 12 west, Salt Lake bnso H and meridian, from where it will H bo convoyed by means of a ditch H foradistunco of approximately H 700 feet and there used during H the period from .lanuary 1 to H Decombcr 81, inclusive, of each H year, to irrigate 80 acres of land B embraced in Section 31, Town- H , ship 38 south, Range 12 west, H Salt Lake base and meridian. H ...

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. — 5 January 1912

Tradc and Finance Letter, , The year just closing has been one of quietness, rc-adjustment ;md preparation. We have been getting our breath after the " hurry of the few years past. j During the year we have re ceived the first report of the Tariff Board, the recommend ation of the Monetary Commis sion's Chairman, have seen four wars of some moment, have seen the most -determined efforts ever yet matte by our National Government in the matter of controlling -great corporations, .and have "witnessed remarkable 1 changes of sentiment in the Lgreatpolitical parties which have existed for about a half century. We call attention particularly to the two Boards just referred to, for without regard to whether their reports are acceped at this time, they mark the change from purely political to business meth ods in the handling of two great departments of the nation's affairs. It is also worthy of special note that business methods are being injected into the Post-Office Department to such an...

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. — 5 January 1912

H i ii i rfHHMBfW mfmmmm mmmmmtmmmmmmmmmm i Tbings in General. H And now it is Majror Uric. H Anew" drink, "Witch Hazel." H & jieoplo will recommend it Hi Ttemday night the thermometer 1 regteterod thrco degree below H ZCT9 B The cold snap wo havo had is l the- longest on record for the' H pafr twenty years. B Nothing much doing at the H utoreff since tho holidays are, ' pant ! Remember the married peo pled dance next Tuesday night at tho Ward Hall. 1 k Mr. and Mrs. "Davy" Mathe- Hl; son of Pa rowan are here visiting f with friends and relatives. H ' Tomorrow night at tho Ward H Hall, "A Gilded Fool" by tho H Earowan Dramatic Company. H "A Gilded Fool" by the Paro- H wan dramatic troupe next Satur- H day night. In tho Ward Hall. B Don't forget. H Tho Cedar City Drug Store B passed out to their patrons last HH week a largo quantity of very Hfl neat calandors. m Tho Mutual organizations will B havo a basket ball toam soon and m it is tho intention to dofcat any H and all such team...

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