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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 26 January 1912

Prize for ! Best Potatoes. It is not generally appreciated t-. how much we lose each year by w . devoting so much of our irrigat-' ! ed. lands to the raising of wheat , and so little to the raising of potatoes and other small crops' , which yield higher returns. The report of our State Bureau of Statistics, for instance, shows that in 1901 the farm value per acre of various crops was as follows: ' Wheat, $20.70; Oats, $21.84;' Barley, '$24.00; Com, $24 08; I Hay, $25.72; Sugar beets, $58.05; -Alfalfa seed, $65.34; Potatoes, $89.68. That set of figures carries its ' m " own moral. Yet the state's total acreage in wheat is 240,000 ; while there are but 14,000 potatoes. (Of course a part ot the wheat land is non-irrigated ! and is therefore unsuited to! potatoes or other similar crops.) i Comparing wheat with potatoes in another way, we notice that j the total acreage planted to j potatoes in this state was 'only f J 6.7 per cent of that planted to . wheat, but the value of the ': pota...

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. — 26 January 1912

l - Brief and Breezy. H Of course you arc not supposed H to write it correctly right, oft. H Practice a few times. I A Now York suffragette sug- H geate that women could get along H all right without men, although, H ho adds, "the experiment has H never been tried." Indeed? H Another good way for the H Cslrnagic peace trustees to spend H their annual income of $600,000 H would bo in the building of a H warship every two or three H years. H John Arbuckle says he can H "make may men rich if ho can find the right men." Hero wo H are John. You needn't go any H farther. H When Manchu hunting in H China is ended there will be H ponce and not much before. And H also not much more, it begins to H appear. H Mr. Rockefeller could get along H with one staid old Standard Oil H I Co., for they had all grown up H? togetjior, but he did not feel like H adopting so many children at his H time of life. H; China is in more danger of H, bankruptcy than it is of re- H bell ion for the reason that it ha...

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. — 26 January 1912

Notice for Publication. (Publisher.) Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, January 3, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Samuel H. Allen, of Salt Lake City, Utah, who, on March 18, 1908, made desert-land entry (Serial 01882,) No. 5591, forNi, Section 34, Township 35 S., Range 15 W., Salt Lake Meridi an, has filed notice of intention to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 15th day of February, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Jeter X. Gardner, of Pine Valley, Utah. W. Jones, of New Castle, Utah. H. E. Harrison, of New Castle, Utah. John L. Sevy, of Panguitch, Utah. E. D. R. THOMPSON, I Register. First Jan. 12-last Feb. 9. Notice for Publication. (Publisher.) Department of the Interior, VV U. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, January 3, 1912. ; Notice is hereby given that Ann E. L. Jones, of Cedar City, r& ' Utah, who, on March...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 26 January 1912

' Tilings in General. B Embroidery sale at Equitable, H Tuesday, January 30th, 1912. H Dr. Scott's Electric hair H brushes are without a rival. At m the Palace Drug Store. H To "The House of Reliable B Goods" for the best lino of drugs B and drug sundries in the town. H Postmoster C. S. Wilkinson B went to Washington this week M to talco hiu wife's mother, Mrs. H Alcuxndcr, home. M A beautiful girl came lastMon- B day to bless the homo of Mr. m and Mrs. Frank V. Leigh. M Sheepman be sure and read M H,' J. Doolittle's advertisement M to 1)(! found in nnothcr part of H this papor L m Miss Francos Webs-tor was M hostess at a social last night, at j which a large crowd of her young B friends enjoyed themselves. B .The St George Basket Ball B team will play a return game B with the Normal team at the B Normal gymnasium tomorrow at B ) : 8 o'clock, p. in. Mh Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. ifj B. F. Knell and Miss Adah Bet. B' entertained a number of friends B at a Kensington. A delightful B...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 February 1912

BbiiiiiiiiiiiiiibiiiiBbiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii MXJ-1JM BHHI . . l . I .. -I i ii ' ' ' i 'irjffar,iliffL i MBMMM ! wnworiwy or rub , 'HSl Commercial Club meets Conjointly witH Mm$$ Meeting' tonight at the Tabernacle. IH1 Iron Count jr Record. Vol. 19. Cedar City, Iron County,. Utaj5riday, Feb. 2, W2. No. 8 ' H DISASTROUS PUB. lamttwfldtjrctcrB,Fifo fi&cs Up iiSmke. Seventy (Ivo Tona of Hay, Pour Anl mals, Harness, Saddles and Other Property Lost Friday afternoon of last week witnessed one of the most dis astrous fires that has yet visited t Cedar. pedestrians passing the resi dence of Peter B. Fife saw f that, a fire had started in his barn. The alarm was immedi ately given and within a few moments a large number of citizens were on the ground bat tling with the flames. The structure, however, was so dry and composed of such inflamable stuff that no headway could be ma'de and the entire barn and contents were destroyed. The barn contained somewhere in ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 February 1912

H Notice for PiiblkiiUon. I (Publisher.) Hg Department of the Interior. U. 1 S. Land Oflice at Salt Lake City, H Utah, Janary .3, 1912. Hj Notice j'h hereby given that H Howard R. Drigga, of Salt Lake H City, Utah, who, on March 24, H 1908, made Desert land Entry (Serial 01887), No. 5597, for Ni NWi Sec. 5, and NEi NEi, H Sec. C, T. 8G S., R. 15 W and H SE SEi, Sec. 31, T. 85 S., II. 15 H W4 S. L. M., and which is to be H adjusted to Lota 1, Sec. G, Lot 4, H Sec. 5, T. 36 S.,lR. '15 W. and SE SEi, Sec. 31, T. 85 S., R. 15 H W.', has filed notice of intention H to make Final Proof, to establish H claim to the land above described, H before the Register and Receiver, H U. S. Land Oflice, at Salt Lake H 'City, Utah, on the 15th day of H February, 1912. H Claimant names as witnesses: M T. W. Jones, of New Castle, H Utah. R. C. Knell, of New Castle, H Utah. John L. Sevy, of Pan- H guitch, Utah. Henry L. Jones, B of Cedar City, Utah. H E. D. R. THOMPSON, H Register. H First Jan. 12-Last F...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 February 1912

1. .; WESTERN FEEDS Sy John T. Calno, III, Utah Agrlcul- ". tural College. Oregon Short Line Demonstration Train lecture. Tk permanency of ay system of ftgriculttir sad the ultimate profit do rived from It are dependent to a great esUat ea tke Marketing of tho crop. "Where ererytklng Is sold and nothing returned to the soil, farms soon run . dewa and the faraer dooo not renp the largest profit, the middle men get ting the lion's sharo. Tho farm Bhould he run llko any other manufacturing V..- .plant where tho raw materials aro -i. worked over and marketed only as. fin- Uhed products ' We of tho west havo an Idoa that other sections being more favored can ,-- do tho feeding cheaper and bettor than wo cnn. If, however, wo look olOBely into this subject, wo find thnt .. tho west has many advantages over nearly any othor section in this Hue. The climate Is ideal for feeding, tho , altitude- makes for good strong feeds and for good lungs, tho soil mukos good feet and bono in our livestock...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 February 1912

m . - T? "."TS" ' """ rTWJ4-J ' J Iron County Record 1 CEDAR CITY. UTAH. H . t 4 , . Hj ALEX. H. ROLLO H llllll M fSTABU3HED-BECEMBR, 1803. H : 1 ! RHTtnCOAT THB CIOAR CITY POUT. H OFFICE AS IICOMO CLAIB MATTM. H j . . " .., ,, H ; aUDOCRIPTIOM.tL99.PER YfcAR H AlWAVB IM AOVANCf, H Friday, l cl) 3,191a H ' Tho old-fashioned office boy, fl who swears, smokcB cigarettes B And is impertinent usually, and reading dime novels in n corner, H or loafs when lie is sent on un m important errand, in fast disap- B poaring, and it is predicted that - in tho course of time tho ofllco B girl will have entirely taken his H place. H The boy who knows more than H ihis parents goes to the wall in B tho city. Success depends upon B industry, obedience, economy B And purity. Brown hands, crlcan B tongues and hearts are in great B demand in the city. A country Bj loafer becomes a city loafer and H hoithcr country or city has use B for him. H Mothers train your boys to be H neat , about tho house. Tlioy ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 February 1912

WILL EXTEND' TO CITY OF ANGELS. " Missouri Pacific Announces Construc tion Of Extenston. ', , '' ' '' '""' All Western sTtik' Lines, lijccpt Itnrrlinait.ffrcted by Re. ' '" organization. (Los Angeles Tribune.) J. M. Johnson, vied president of the Missouri Pacific and high in circles of the Gould railroad interests, stretched out a map of I' the United States yesterday afternoon in the local Missouri r; " Pacific office and traced with a '' soft lead pencil a line from Jfysirysville, Utah, the southwest- ', v. em extremity of the Gould syutem, to Los Angeles. "That is the course we have decided on for the Gould in vasion of Southern California," said he. "Construction work will be commenced in the very near future." A preliminary survey of the route has been made, as have several others, but a decision was not reached until a few days ago, after a personal inspection ;'.- ' trip made by President Bush of - the Missouri Pacific and Denver & Rio Grande, and Johnson. Announcement of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 February 1912

The quicker a cold in gotten H rid' of lhevlc8.s the danger from H pneumonia and other serious H diseases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of H Waverly, Va., says; "I firmly H belie vo Chamberlain's Cough H Remedy to be absolutely the H best preparation on the market H for coldn. I have recommended H it to my friends and they all agroo with me." For sale by H Palace Drug Store. B FOR SALEllouseand lot, H household goods, wagons, bug- H gies, harnesses, 10 tons of hay, H 100 shares telephone stock. H Many other article too numerous H to mention. Everything at a H bargain in 30 days. Will sell in H lump or separately. All or part H cosh, or trade for land. C. D. BURK HOLDER. I itoto riTs"CuiimfrrtemGdy H t - - H Notice. " H Department of the Interior, United Statcy Land Office, Salt H City, Utah, January 22, 1012. TO WHOM IT MAY CON- CERN;- H , Notice is hereby given that the H following fractional township H plat has been received by this H office from the United States H Survoyor-Goncral for Uta...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 February 1912

- 1 ." .) " i i I' i i IM i Notice for Publication. (Publisher.) .- Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, January 3, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Samuel H. Allen, of Salt Lake City, Utah, who, on March 18, 1908, made desert-land entry (Serial 01882,) No. 5591, forNJ, Section 34, Township 35 S., Range 15 W., Salt Lake Meridi an, has filed notice of intention to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 15th day of February, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Jeter X. Gardner, of Pine Valley, Utah. T. W. Jones, of New Castle, Utah. H. E. Harrison, of New Castle, Utah. John L. Sevy, of Panguitch, Utah. E. D. R. THOMPSON, Register. First Jan. 12- last Feb. 9. Notice for Publication. (Publisher.) Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at gait Lake City, Utah, January 3, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Ann E. L. Jones, of Cedar .City,...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 2 February 1912

I Tilings in General. It would seem after tho fire M last Friday night thnt.ull owning m haras would have them Insured. M If you want a good drink of B apple, cider or root beer come to the. CEDAR CITY BAKERY. H Kandfill Lunt has handed in H his resignation as janitor of th0 M tabernacle and Ward Hall to take 1 effect immediately. B And now it in the proverbinl B ossMsor, "Do unto others as m you would he done by.'' That m meanti tell him the truth. M The Mutual organizations of m tho two wards are preparing the H drama entitled "Dora" which m will be presented very soon. m t , The choir members are busy at M work practicing for a concert m which the people will have the M pleasure of listening to in flic m vory nour future. fl County uttornoy W. E. Corry H went to Parowan Wednesday to B prosecute some violations of tho M liquor law and to assist in selact- m ing the jurors for 1912. m Mrs, J, Clayton Mitchell, neicc M of Mr. nnd Mrs. B; F, Knell, is H here visiting. She enjoys moot...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 February 1912

? j&Lwt- HPW .,...l.,i wa mHHHHHhkS Hi UnWeralty of Utsb . HSH I Iron CouW Record, j I Vol. 19. . Cedar Oty, Iron County, Utafc,rWay, Feb. 9, J9J2. ' No. 9 ".J 'IKS I CHLORIDE CANYON ' I HAS BIft FUTURE. 1 K Company Organized to Devel- R ope ProjrtilsirtgJ jGrotip' oi Claims in Iron Co. V (Herald Republican.) ;v. When uch men as R. A. Kirker, Granville Gellette and Charles A. '"Ported, all- well knefwn mining: 'engineers, will conte back " after a careful ex amipation 6"f a group of claims and declare that 'She .prospects areTgood for making one of the best? silver-lead mines in the state, it would appear that" the Chloride Canyon Mining (Jom pan&'s property in Antelope range, Iron county, about 25 miles3u,e..spuUj .ofLundp.onv. .the Salt take Route, will be heard from in the .near future. The company, capitalization $50,000, with its principal office in this city, was recently organ ized with the following officers: A. H. Kelly, president; M. W. Smith, vice president; -Geor...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 February 1912

I j ; Iron County Record ... . CEDAR CITY. UTAH. H i , H ALEX. H. ROLLO H ittui H C3TA3U8HE0 BJCEMBM, 1 883. M H , , CHTtRID AT THE CKOAB CITV POBT- . . H OFCIOR AI MCOHO CLASS MATTIft. j ......,.......M4... ....... 4... .. , , M SUBSCRIPTION tl.BO PER YtAH H ALWAVS IM ADVAMM Friday, Feb, , 191a. I HOMO, SWEGt HOME. M 'The homo, be it ever so hum- 1 bio. fa the one sweet spot to 1 which ait eyos are longingly H turned, and from which all hap- M pincss radiates. H Tho proud boast of the 'old m English comtmnym that is "a M man's home klite'tle." Tho M four winds of heaven might blow H through its chinks and crannies, H but tho king might not cross its M threshold unbidden. Only the H law's stern necessity in pursuit M of crime could authorize an un- flj wolcomo intrusion. m The sanctity of former times M still scrupulously surround it, M and tho snercdness of its portal M lias lcen but enhanced by tho flj advancement of civilization. The H modorn homo needs neither HHjk towers, battl...

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. — 9 February 1912

v S . v- ; 'I. ' - , . f vt,M LLttk In i .1 '. i ,...11,1, i lilln ii ,, , J5 ;- Notice for Publication. IV f (Publisher.) V- , department of the Interior, U. S. 'Land Qffice at Salt Lake City, jj.tah, January 3, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Samuel H. Allen, of Salt Lake City, Utah, who, on March 18, ; v 1Q08, made desert-land entry (Serial 01882,) No. 5591, forNi, Section 34, Township 35 S., V v-. Range 15 V, Sajt Lake Meridi- sui, has filed notice, of .Intention . " to.make Final Proof, to establish , claim to the land abQve de- scribed, before the Register and ; . Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at ,, f ,Salt Lake City, Utah, on, the ' ' Vf ...,'' " 15th day of February, 1912. rV" Claimant names as witnesses: f :- Jeter X. Gardner, of Pino Valley, Utah. T. W. Jones, of ;k New Castle, Utah. H. E. : ,;- Harrison, of New Castle, Utah. ' ',. John L. Sevy, of Tanguitch, Kt JJtah. ., .(; E.D. JR. THOMPSON, .''$ ' Register. ,- , ... 'First Jan. 12--1astFeb. 9. J M Notice for Publicati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 February 1912

H Kidney Diseases Increase 60 H Per Cent In the City of H Chicago in one Gen- H cration. H One of the most appalling facts brought to Unlit by the statistics of the United Slates Census M Bureau, is the increase of Kidney I and Bladder Diseases, In less m than one generation these dread' H ful ailments have increased 107 m per cent in the City of Chicago H and in much the same ratio in ft other parts of the United States. B These diseases arise almost H wholly from the process of strain B ing the human machine. They H may bo due to overfeeding or un M der feeding, to over work or un B dor work- in fact to any ol those j irregularities in living whjlch the fl average man or woman subjects H the body to. B Evory threo minutes the entire H blood supply passes through the H kidnoys which act as very fine H filters separating the waste from H the pure blood and eliminating H it through the bladdor. H During tho years df hard work H t the Kidneys break down causing H Bladder troubles, Bri...

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. — 9 February 1912

i . i . .1, a. ., Washington Letter. - (By P. J. Dyer.) . Washington, D. C, Jan. 27. , '-..,. 'Isn't it about time that someone 4 arose to champion the interests V of the farmer and the fruit- v ; grower? In times past we have seen statesmen, and editors too, for that matter, deeply concerned for the protection of the mechanic and the artisan; but has the fanner ever got what .., t was coming to him? And by farmer let us understand here I everyone who. makes his Jiving by tilling the soil, whether he cultivate beans or wheat or apples or corn, or expresses the juice of the apple or grape for use as a beverage. For that matter every farmer, in the restricted sense, should ,, be a fruitgrower as well, and I;. even more should he be a fruit I consuirier; for has not the great 1 and beneficent Dr. Wiley said: I "Eat oranges; eat them every I day!" Which being interpreted 1 - into the vernacular means really, i I , eat fruit You can't always get I oranges and while the value of 1 I orang...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 9 February 1912

fll " " " " HH B. R. Lawrcnco of Summit is HB hers aflaistinff his brother H Tliorrwfl with norne work that HHH him been contracted for. H Genuine Swiss Cheese at the H COS Y CORNER. H TJici addition to the Library HH this week is "The Awakening H of Helena Ritchie" by Margaret flB DeLnnd; "Mr. Crewe's Qireer," H by Winston Churchill, con- HH tributcd by Mr. Zina Hitfbcc HB Bryant. HH mm tail mmwMm IH '"" nHhnr InfonmiMoa CnuH Cnuiw, IH ' OUr r thi IUjtUIHir HH ESTATE OF EMMA . WA'LKX HH Creditors will' present chums HH with vouchers to the undcVsfcncd' HHH at his residence or 111 rough the HHH niails at Cedar City, Utah,' on or IHH before June Jlrtl, 1012. HH GEORGE I): WALKER, IH Administrator. H Edmond II. Ryan, Attorney H for Administrator. H Fmit Feb. 2 -Limf, Feb., 23' H IN THR DISTRICT COURT H ' OF THE iHWll JUDICIAL H DISTRICT of the State of Utah, HH in and for the County of Iron, HHh Probate division. NOTICE. TO. CREDITORS. H I" the matttor of the estate of H Samuel Taylor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 16 February 1912

Iron Counts Record. Vol 19. Cedar OtVt Iron County, UtaKi Friday, Feb. 16t.J9J2. No. JO' HB ' THE BABBIT HUNT. .A Successful Ons And A Jolly One 1196) Rabbits Killed. Eastward Gunners Won The" Con ; 5 test They Eat Oysters at the r : Expense of West Warders. The much talked of rabbit hunt came off on Lincoln's birth day as per schedule and the gun ners had a royal day of it: I slaughtered 1981 rabbits and j! come home happy but tired. The East Ward boys went Sun- day afternoon to 20 Mile and camped so that they would be on j the ground on time Monday morning and were guarded by f Geo. Perry and Wm. Hamilton, i Promptly at the hour of 8:30 o'clock the guards'gave the word to start and the boys made a jump for the rabbits, having f good shootingpractically all fore- Si noon. At noon they haulted for ' a lunch and after resting for a ; half hour, began the slaughter I of the bunnies. The shooting in the afternoon was not so good I but the boys nevertheless got a large number and when t...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 16 February 1912

I DIVERSIFO CROPS H -Or, the Importance of Crop Rotation H for the Irrigation Farmer. M i)y W. II. OLIN, Dlroclor of Agrtcul" H turol Kxtonnlon, University H of Idaho. BBBj -i - H Orojjon flliort Lino Demonstration H aVnln Jjecturo. H laele of Success. H The basis of farm success In organ H Jifttlon, nystom on th'o farm; the H basis' of organization on tho fnrm Ib H crop mnnriBonient; on tho successful H management of tho crop largely rest H those flvo fundamentals: H 1. Economy of Business. M 2. Maintenance of Uoll Fortuity. m 3. ProducUvlty of tho Soil. H 4. Sulislslonco for Livestock. H S, Farm Profits at end of Honson. H The tenn "notation of Cropn" la H used to dcslgnato a system of crops H which rIto a recurring succession of H flold plants with dlfforlug plant food H requisites. Hj Reasons for Rotation. H The primary purpoacn of a crop ro H tatlon are 1st, Prevention of "Crop H flick" soils, the result of continuous B cultivation of the same crop for a po-' H rlod of yearn; 2...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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