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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 16 February 1912

fc . a &' - r - -1 ' . . . .1 v "' ', ' ' ,,,' J '; ;'X f Herd Of Wild Elk For ' y . , Southern Utah. ' . Through the influence of Senator Reed Smoot, Utah is to "f V e onG ne rs'; h states if!$i; to receive a herd of Elk from the '!. United States preserves in the . ; ','$ Jackson Hole country. F. . W. " v ' Chambers, state ' fish and game commissioner was notified rccent- 4 ly from Washington that Utah ;.- would bo given a shipment of r;fi "wild elk, numbering from fifty to f .u,vf seventy-five head, some time be fore the first of March. . The state fish and game com- I- missioner has arranged to place , ' these elk in Washington county f " in the Pine Valley forest regions. ,y$' There they will be protected by -. the state officials and fed. until I "v the breaking of winter. t It is thought that with a herd D '-!"' of from seventy-five elk protect- ed in this district, which is suf- 8'- ficiently isolated from the habi- I , . tations of settlers to give the elk 5; ..- the fr...

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. — 16 February 1912

B " -- "" H ' T" f , : Llron County Record j CEDAR CITY. UTAH. ALEX. M. ROLLO " "" H C8TA0LI8HEB DECEMBER, I803. H (NTiniO AT THE CIDAR CITV POST H OfPICB Al SKCOHO CLAIt MATTER. H SUBSCRIPTION fl.tiO Pr.R YtAR H ALWAYS III ADVANCE H , Friday, Feb. .6, 1912. H KICKED OUT AT LAST. B To the readers of tho Record I H -wish to flay over my signature H this week, a fow words Jconccrn- H ing an action taken by tho board H, of directors of the Southern ' Utah Publishing & Printing H Company. Hli C. S. Wilkinson, secretary of H I tho board called a meeting to H ' conveno in the Record office H Wednesday night for the osten- H tnlious purposo of a rcorganiza- H tion of the board after tho annual H , election. Tho meeting was held H and it dovoloped that tho main H J business was to take up the HN question of tho policy of tho H paper as it has boon since I H leased, and to ask that I rolin- H quish my lcaso within three H months. H I know there wcro some objec- H tions to my way of editi...

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. — 16 February 1912

f ... r-nwniMinwi inu i in i win i... MONTHLY DIGEST. Of .Important Public Land Decisions. ,; DECEMBER. t . Homestead. 4; The sickness of an entryman i- may be accepted as sufficient ex cuse for occasional absences, not unduly prolonged. Citizenship of the United States is made an absolute prerequisite to the acquirement of title to the lands under the homestead law , and satisfactory evidence there of must be shown. Purchase of land afjer final re ceipt and prior to patent gives an equity only. Such person is not a bona fide purchaser within the meaning of the Pre-Emption law and protected by the provis ions of that act against further inquiry by the Land Department as acts of entryment. Citing Uawly vs. Diller (178 U. S., 476.) When purchase was made in good faith, and the face of the record appeared regular and val id in all respects, the Depart ment will consider the equitable rights of such purchaser. s Desert Lands. The rule for determining the desert character of lands is sub...

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. — 16 February 1912

H , Rabbits. H Well, tho hunt is over and the B West Ward boys got beat. As HH usual tho ifs and ands got their H work in as they always do. Now H let us figure up the" results to the ; H farmers, and that includes us H all. In the last two hunts there M were 3,000 rabbits killed. We H will say J, 500 are females and H will raise at least twelve young H one? each in a yenr. That would b make a grand total of 18,000. H 'Now the jacks that arc left will H have to get busy for a long time H to make up that 18,000. Each Hj rabbit will destroy 25 ecnts H worth of feed in a year, that H makes the snug little sum of H $4,500, a saving to the farmers M of $4,000, allowing $500 for H ammunition. H I think every man in the two H wards should help to bear the ox- H ponsc or the huntf and oyster H suppers. All will share in, the H benefits and all should share in' H tho exp' use. H We West Ward boys still think H wo nra the best hunters, as H evidenced by. a majority of 150 H on January 1st, as...

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. — 16 February 1912

m ' . .. : &"" " '- What Will Be Done ,r Willi Our Emigrants. The following address -was de livered by Mr. P. A. Wann, i - Traffic Manager, Salt Lake Route, Vv ta meeting of the California " development Board held at Los ,, Angeles, California, January , . 12th, 1912. V From five years experience in Southern California, the first answer to this question would Be: we want "Tillers of the Soil." I think it can be stated beyond contradiction that a man who will give the proper attention to cultivating commodities that can ' be raised on an acre of our soil can make more money per acre -than in any other section in this -or -any other country, but it is like any other business, it must 'ihave close and careful attention I believe firmly within five years .after the Panama Canal is opened the population of our State will be doubled and in time two -will be one of the richest States in the Union. IFast transportation by water .end by rail will open the markets of :the worldto us, and ...

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. — 16 February 1912

IB mmmZZbmmmiZmmZmmIZwmw m" ij l" " '"'" ' ' ' " " jj.iiihi- - . 1 . . l Pj. i, SPRING CLOTHING. "" H f tfe- ur Spring line of Clothing is here, and say, it certainly does look fin&! . . , . H iff I Before you buy your Spring Suit call and see our Stock. ' '- !" Spring Shirts. f 4 We have the goods and it is up to you to buy where you can get the best j THE OLD RELIABLE. s, '-- F. B. WOOD,. Superintendent. ." J "". 1 H Tilings in General, j kM What about that choir concoil? H Oh you pine-nuts noon for tmlo H - only at The Houho of Quality. H HmiH Anderson of Toquorspcnt H a day or two in town this week. -vM Teachers Institute !h being held H in Parowan today and tomorrow. H How would a Rood, well con H ducted skating rink do for H Cedar? H Basket ball and rabbit hunting H is all you can hear about in Cedar H those days, H FOR SALE -Parowan Flour, H. Oata, Wheat and Lucern Seed. HF , Prices reasonable H Aahdown & Mackclprang. H, I Rumor has it that Harry Ilun- BJ tor will ins...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 February 1912

BBBBBBMB1B1BBBBBBBMBBbibjWsbwBswsW -w7iB'.fi.-- y.. ..,- ww.- .yi .i . . "wf"wasjpj Mpiwyw " w HsssHH Iron County Record. I . ' a JjT il ? - - -- -I i j Vol.19. Cedar Gty, Iron County, Utah, Friday, Feb. 23, 19 J2. No. U H 1 i . i. . i , i , . IT . - .... - , ...... ' H Better Fun Than Hunting Rabbits. The basket ball game in the - Ward Hall last Tuesday night I "between the married men of the East and West Wards created more fun than all the jack rabbit p hunts pulled off this year. The players reminded one of the antics of the rabbits when a charge of shot entered their bodies, and the men turned some fancy twists just as did the rab- bits. I There was some excellent play- '. ing and some remarkable stifhts i that probably never before hap- L pened in a game of basket ball. V The science which was exhibited was remarkable and mention can only be made of one particular ' piece of scientific work because of the fact that space is limited. During an exciting play in the last half of ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 February 1912

l BRIEFS. H Champ Clurk goes cheerily on H "v candidating. H What, Gunnel Wattcrson, suh, H is a question of "veracity be H ' tween friends?" H Democrats hope that they will H get their quarrels all thrashed H out boforo the campaign actually H gots well started. H Apparently Mr. Thomas F. Uy- Hj an may bo a good "angel," but he's not built on the Woodrow H Wilson model. H Of course,v i f Colonel Bryan had m any expectation of being nomi- H natcd at Baltimore he would nev- H or havo lot tho report get into B tho press dispatches that ho was H having his prince albert pressed j again. H We don't imagine the Missouri B man who was sentenced by a m j'udgo to obey his wife six months I M will notico any marked difference B in his daily lifo and conduct. H If Woodrow Wilson once ap- B , plied for a Carnegio pension, B Judson Harmon once wrote a H poem. So thoro. M "Colonel Roosovolt will not H ask for a nomination," says Gif- B ford'Pinchot. Certainly not. If H Colbnol Roosevelt decides ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 February 1912

LOST A traveler's 0. S. L. Ry. Script Book around Cedar City. Finder please deliver to this office and be rewarded. For a sprain you will find Chamberlain's Liniment excel lent. It allays the pain, removes the- soreness, and soon restores the parts to a healthy condition. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Palace Drug Store. FOR SALE House and lot, household goods, wagons, bug gies, harnesses, 10 tons of hay, 100 shares telephone stock. Many other articles too numerous I to mention. Everything at a bargain in 30 days. Will sell in ; s lump or separately. All or part 1 cash, or trade for land until dis- . posed of. The Orphan will be found at the old stand to earn ji money for the hold-ups. Bring ,t your work; any old kind at any I old time. I C. D. BURKHOLDER. I Notice of Stock- I holders Meeting. Cedar City, Utah, February 1st, 1912. A special meetingof the stock- ! holders of the Cedar City Light and Power Company, a corpora tion, will be held at room in basement of the Tabernacle...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 February 1912

H .. M J Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. 4 .WI.M.M(.M .. H 1 ALEX. H. HOLLO H uiiii J J ........,.... , . H 1 C3TAtlLI9HE0 DECEMBER, 1893. m x J k I KNlIRKn AT TMC CEOAR CITY POtT PH r J orricc a iccomo cla matter. HHh X ... . H t 8U08CRIPTIOM (1.60 PER YfcAR H ALWAYS IN AOVAHCC H Friday, Feb 33, 191a. PRACTICG ECONOMY. H It begins to look to us as though H the pcoplo of Southern Utah M should mako a great- effort to m practice economy in their every m day living. M To Homo it may appeal that M this is a falso warning, but if M they will but look around thorn H a littlo thoy will readily sco that H it is not, and that it is high timo m that they should curtail expenses B on every sido. M The past winter has been rc m markablofor its dryness, and un m less a great deal of moisture falls H within the next month tho B maturing of crops will be any M thing but assured. Consequent H ly it is up to tho farmers to H watch ovory comer, and stop H ovory small leak that may be H found....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 February 1912

Parowan ms. ' The -District Court convened here on the 16th, also. Teacher's ' Institute and Primary conven-, tion, bringing a generous num-. ber of people from neighboring towns here. In the District Court the greater number of the cases set for hearing this term I were passed until the May term. In the case of the State of Utah vs. F. A. Brown, the latter was committed to the state peniten tiary for the term of three years. In the case of Charles A. Orton vs. Eva Orton, the former was granted a decree of divorce. The teachers were addressed Saturday morning by Prof. How ard R. Driggs and State Supt. A. 0. Nelson. Friday evening and Saturday afternoon public meet ings were held which were well Attended and enjoyed. The talks were on Benefits of a Public Li brary and Gymnasium. t . Judges Greenwood and Knox t and Attorneys. Greenwood of Milford, Lund of St. George and Brown of Salt Lake were in at tendance at the court A banquet was served in the Relief Halls at noon Saturday to whi...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 23 February 1912

H A Man's Ideal. H A lovely little keeper of the house, M Absorbed in menu bosks; ycl M crduite m When I need counsel ; quick at H rcpartsc, Hj And slow to nnger. Modest as a H fiowor, H Yet scintillant, and radiant as a H H Unmerconary in her mould of H mind, H While opulent and dainty in her H 'tastes. H A nature generous and free, al- j bolt H Tho incarnation of economy. H She must bo chaste as proud Di- H ana was, H Yet warm as Venus. To all oth- H ers cold H Ah some white glacier, glittering H in the nun; H To me as ardent as the sensuous H rose H That yields its sweetncis to the H burrowing bee. H All ignorant of ovil in the worlr1, H And innocent as any cloistered H Nun; H Yet wise as Phryno, in the arts H love H When I come thirsting to her H nectarod lips. H Good as the best, and tempting H as the worst; H A saint, a siren, and a paradox. H Ella Wheeler Wilcox H in McCall'a Magazine. H Here is a message of hope and WM Kood cheer from Mrs. C. J. IH Martin, Boone Mill, Va,, w...

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. — 23 February 1912

For Sale. Hotel and fine farm land at Minersville, Utah. Inqiyre of I. LESSING, Beaver City, Utah. It takes a rich man to draw a check, a pretty girl to draw at tention, a horse to draw a cart, a porous plaster to draw the skin, a toper to draw a cork, a free lunch to draw a crowd, and a well displayed advertisement in this paper to draw trade. All over this broad land the 22nd of February Washington's birthday is celebrated. How shall any man add aught to the praise or eulogy of George Washington? History and bi ography, eloquence and poetry have exhausted their combined riches upon the successful leader of the American revolution and the founder of the American re- 1 public our first great national hero. t i Every great crisis in the history of the world has found its man to control and guide it. Call this Providence or accident, the American revolution was no exception to it. Before the first murmurs of discontent were heard in that struggle, the man was being prepared for the cr...

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. — 23 February 1912

HHi """"ft & 4 lWIMIPWF--T73.'r" --. JS in mm .. .-m--OT-n H x I H " H ..'K'.. k "'-." m , ' m-p-, ; I CEDAR CITY CO-OP. j f SPRING CLOTHING. I H f Our Spring line of Clothing is ftere, and say, it certainly does look fine!- I H I: Before you buy your Spring Suit call and see our Stock. T I t Spring Shirts. f H iJV We have the goods and it is up to you to buy where you can get the best I i H j' ' 1 p .'""""' F. B. WOOD, Superintendent I H il 1 I f Things inJBerieral. H , FARMERS should rend tho H ' Palace Drug Storo advertisement M in thin Ihhuo. H ' Tho most dotcstiblo thing on earth is an enemy who strikes nt H v you in tho dark. K Anything you want to buy or B , , trade for, or any class of work H' you want, dono, call on C. D. H Burkholdor. m Andrew Borry ot Knnarra 7 brought IiIb wifo to Cedur this week in order that she might re- m a coivo medical treatment. H yf 1 , . H" 1 h4"b unto otnors as yu woulii H ' 4 ' ASdono by," is a good maxim, Bti I but it seems there are some...

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. — 1 March 1912

8 -' UulTcrilty of Htoh E B i-i r ' .Ml k'- F I M5QNCouNg Record; I ; Parowan Items. ti , Parowan February 28th."' H Time passes so rapidly that it , fl - .-seems impossible to get the , Parowan items in before Thurs- f I day and hence they always take J their place on an under page of " if th Record- I hope that the ' JSd 0f our city do t blame , the editor of the Record for this , - -as the fault lies with the corres ? pondent; probably when the i editor is undated it would boa good time to set aside tardy cor- f respondents, also. Again, there ! t are lost of news items not sent ' in i by the correspondent that the j I; , editor should not be blamed for I . not printing. "Give unto Caesar c -Caesar's due." t -n n i rarmers and sheep men are all wearing a broad smile since the last heavy fall of snow, which :. amounted to nearly a foot here. i Word comes from Panguitch I Lake that the fall there was about four feet and that two feet I fell in Kanarra. I Representative Wilford Day,...

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. — 1 March 1912

H Iron County Record H CEDAR CITY. UTAH. f j 1 ALEX. H. ROLLO H , , ..................... . H CSTAdllSHED DECEMBER, 1893. j fHTCMD AT THK CfDAft CITY POST t ; : : B OUDSCniPTION $1.60 PER YtAR H ALWAYS IN AOVANCI H Friday, flar, i, 1912 H DON'T BE ENVIOUS. H There scorns to be a tendency H with a portion of tho inhabitants H of Cedar to feel envious if their H neighbors arc getting along in H tho world exceedingly well. H No sooner does a man begin to H accumulate a little of this world's B goods than ho has n fight on his H bands, and has to uso cvory efTort H possible to circumvent his en- H vious neighbors. It is gall and H wormwood to sec another man or H .woman successful and they let H nothing stop them in their efforts H to tear down the success which H their more fortunate noighbor H lias built up. H This should not be and the H man or woman who envies a H more fortunate person has a dis- H caso that if not attended to and H cured will make him tho most H miserable being 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. — 1 March 1912

! f-: i i-r " 1 JfV ' ' lV ; i I? arm and Igaurden . ' MARKETINGGROWING. JThli Equation It an Axiom, Especially to tho Apple Produoor. Success in applo culture, Jlnancially peaking, say tho report of tlio Ver mont Rgflculturnl experiment Btntlon. U Just iim ilupendont upon the intelli gent mul liiifllnoMsliko illnpiMml of (lie fruit as upon tho cultural methods fol- lowed in Its production. It Is qulto possible to grow n good crop of nice fruit nud jet throtiRli lack of business ability or intelligence or both to fall to realize n reasonable profit from IIh disposal. Success in tho business end of fruit growing depends luiwly upon tho following factors: Picking tho fmlt nt tho proper time and in a cure , ful manlier, proper Rrndlug and pack ; lug, the use of attractive packages, I i f H Arrow rrr fob bio fbxcm. SI proper storage, adequate transported Wi tion faclllticR, placing the fruit on the H market In its season and when It Is j commanding a. good price. Whilo there aro no hard...

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. — 1 March 1912

H MMWI I l III I I - mmmmmm nil! in I I' arm ?2 I x (j&rdeii I BEST TIME. TO MOW ALFALFA. fl i" i Wnlt Until "Dudo" of Now Crop Show. Then Qt It In Porfoot Storage. fl Mrm et your nlfnlfu niid-tlioti nlorri j If you vlnh It to cdtno out In n lino crcot color wlion tlio tlmp cohich for UmUfin It to tlio ioclt. Tlio old ruo wn that nlfalfii hIioiiIj! bo cut for liny when tlui blonnoiiiH bcnui to nppcnr or were nliout one-tenth In bloom, but ono onimot roly ncciiimdy on Mil prlnolplo. a better guldo In to begin H OKTl'INO ALFALFA HAY IN 1IAIIN. H wowing whenever tlio liuflfl or now H iihoolH'nt (lie root crowns nro well B nlnrtcri. Tliwip jiiiooih nrotlio beginning of H tlio now orop mill Imllcnto tlint the H other fjrowlli Ih matured. When cut, j belter liny U produced, tlio now growlh H ilirlH quickly nnd llio mxt euttliiK will H i'omo on Hpomllly. Helny la linrvctlng 1 tlio llrHt crop cHpoclally amy jnenn Dno M lews cttWiijrJn tuo, hcuhoii, for If thft j ?- 1iw4HM, ettjp neitrye...

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. — 1 March 1912

I -Ff liit Trees Must- -"'' ' Be Inspected. Now thf t it is near the time for planting fruit trees and shrubs of various kinds it will be well for those who have sent for such to be careful and have them inspected by the County Fruit Tree Inspector before planting. A careful perusal of the law will acquaint anyone that it is abso lutely forbidden to plant trees or -shrubs that have been shipped in i from outside parts of the country A before a proper inspection by the j inspector. There are many dis- ' , eases among trees and shrubs, whip.h If fnlrnn in !mo nnnlrl ho ' avoided, and one of the means by which diseases are spread is by the carelessness of those who j purchase from nurseries. - The county pays for the servic-' j es of an inspector, and upon your request he will examine ' ' overy tree and shrub which you have purchased and will detect , any that may not be fit to plant , 1 and ha've them destroyed. By I getting his services it may be 1 the means of saving you a great 'm ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 1 March 1912

H i, j , .1 ' i-R-i'- LJ ": ."jjii.j-r mi ..,i, n,, ,, hi ii in in , .11 mmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmMmmtmn fl I j m CEDAR CITIT : CO-bh' I I I WHEN YOU BUY : J I I I ALWAYS GET THE BEST f 1 OUR LINE OF SHOES & OXFORDS f . : ARE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY. f !You will Certainly Hit it if Yxxy from Us. THE OHjID RiEXjI-A.BJljE- :' F. 13. WOOD, Superintendent. , Things in General. H FOtt SALE -Fi f ty shares Sheep Slock. E. M. COUKY. M Miss Tholina Knoll or Pinto is M vlHiLinK with relatives hero thin H week. H Something ntrongcr thnn H "Witch Hazel" floated around H tho town Inst woolc. H HORN Lust Monday to tho H wife of Naze Harris, a beautiful girl. H Call and examine our new lino H of Wall paper. Just in. LEIGH PUR. & CARPET CO. M If you want somolhing nico B got a cut 'of fresh fish from Uric H & Urio ovory Friday night. H Tho Madison Squuro Dramatic j m company next Monday at tho Ward Hall. RESfc- . "QUALITY" Hand Lotion for ""gSlOttiriniiCeTla'r'-CItyDrug Store. H ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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