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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 March 1912

HI II sXHH IH f f Iron CountI Record. I IS Vol 19 Cedar Otv, Iron County, Utah, lidayr Mar. 8, 1912. No. J3 B Newcastle Notes. M Newcastle, March 1 1912. V Since Newcastle has not been K -on the map long some people n may wonder what the name stands for. In brief, it stands n for a more or less scattered com n munity of eight or ten prosper- ous families with a very bright H prospect of a town of some U proportions. 6 The Newcastle townsite covers I less than one hunpred acres and I half of th lots are already sold. The abundance of first class soil attested by the bursting barns and the thriving herds, together with the very favorable chance for conserving an ample supply of water make attractions which appeal to the real homeseeker. Newcastle evidently believes in that foundation principal of I'"- progrees called cooperation. This ;fl seems apparent at least when you know that it is the base of operation for five companies f: more or less owned by the same ' , people the people of...

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. — 8 March 1912

M ""1ir" ' , B Romance of Conservation. H There is in the conserving of fl national resources much that par- H takes of the intensely romantic. H Try to think of tiie untold wealth B , which is represented in the Na- H tional Domain. Wo are told H sometimes that the public lands H have all boon taken up and that H the man who wants to get a farm H from Uncle Satn must ho disap- H pointed or else go into Canada to H get land to till. And yet the H Government still has millions of B acres which lie ready for tlie H hand of the farmer, the fruit H grower, the miner and the lum- H berman. Rich as is the domain H already absorhed by the farmer, H :and, alas, by the speculator, that H -which remains is vastly richer. H Take the Indian Territory; once H it was thought to bo worthless savo for the red men to use for H hunting grounds. Now those m same red men and their doscend- H ants havo become immcnsoly H rich out of the oil and asphalt H . lands, the coal lands, the fnrm H . ing lands, ...

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. — 8 March 1912

. ? & IMNIWMMWMMMMIinWMnMinM II "II ------ r , r ,-,,,-, r - n IB -II I I III I Anything you want to buy or trade for, or any class of work t ." ' you want done, call on C. D. ii Burkholder. ! The girls in a Sevier County M&j'k'' own navo an ant'"san8' society, i ;:J A certain miss was elected ' " - president Asked if she would " accept, she replied: "Sure, Mike, i but gosh, girls, I'm so rattled in jpO f " my cupola, that I'm really short '" on gab. We are certainly hitting - the high places and I never "1&JJ& tumbled to such a poise before, ff ' but when I give you the high ;, ball I expect you to get there, :' & Eli, and whoop'er up for all IVi that's out; I think I'm up to snuff ,f,!V enough so the flics won't light figsu -r on me while doing the president j& stunt of this society act, but I JW" won't stand for any monkey JJ ' doodle business from you girls f while I am running tho ranch. .;, We gals ought to extend an in- '; ' vite to the married ladies ...

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. — 8 March 1912

H HHh-H4-M"M" t 1 14 1 1 M I t Y H '; ; Iron County Record j H CEDAR CITY, UTAH. H a H ALEX. H. ROLLO H jh . a f H C3TABLISHEQ DECEMBER, 1183. PPpH CHTtRID AT THK CfOAIt CITY POST. H OPPICK Aft KOONO CLAM MATTIR. M , , WHW.WWWWIIHfMWWMIIMIim , , B 0UD8CRIPTION tl.IO PER YfcAR 1 ALWAYS IN ADVANCE H Friday, Har, 8 , ipia. H Thc S. E. and L. A. will meet H at the homo of Mrs. Margaret M Pryor with Florenco Smith and M Ettio Pryor Loigh as hostesses H February ICth at 2 p. m. The H roll cull will bo answered by M Irish nayingH. Bo out, ladies. H anil have a St. Patrick's cole- B bration. M AN ORDINANCE H B Providing for (he L'ccnwng of Billiard H nd Pool Tablet, and Pin And Ball M Alley. BvBvl H The Board of county commls- H stonersof the County of Iron, Hj ordains as follows: H Section 1. It shall bo unlaw H ful for any person or persons to H ongago in tho business of run- Ho nlng or conducting tho business H of Pool or Billiard tables, or Pin H or Ball alloys, within tho boun- H daric...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 March 1912

the south-east corner of township thirty-three (33) south, range eight (8) west; thence cast to the north-east corner of town ship thirty-four (34) south, range seven (7) west; thence' south to the south-east corner of the same township and range; thence west to the south-west - corner of the same township; thence south to the place of be ginning;. Section 3. That all that portion of Jron County, Utah, included within the following described boundaries,' shall be known, and the same ishereby created, es tablished and designated as the " SUMMIT SCHOOL DISTRICT, ; v . to-wit: St, - fc Commencing at the south-east . 't corner of section nine (9), in ! township thirty-four (34) south, of range ten (10) west, of Salt Lake Meridian, and running thence east to the south-east corner of section twelve (12), in same township and range; thence south to the north-east corner of section twenty-five (25), in same township and range ;thence east to the north-east corner of section twenty-nine (29)...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 8 March 1912

I The Home Circle. 1 You look at the housewife who has place for her things, and H tliew these things in their plac- m ei, And you find a woman who is B systematic in her work; and m when she needs anything she can H ptit her hands on it in a moment. B She plans and calculates when- M ever there is extra work, extra B cooking, extra washing, etc., H and he knows before hand just H What there is to do, and what H , aho wants to do it with. And M this same woman, so exact in M h4er doings, gets more time to M rent and read and instruct her H children in the paths of right m and the social duties they owe to H alii Ladies, wo hope you are of H this class receiving the blessings H of your husband and the praise H of all who know ybu. m As we stood fn front of the fl Ioafc offlco yesterday wo wore B forced to hoar a part of a con- B vorsation botweon two young H latjios. Thoy wore talking about H a third party and christened hor H an ,4old maid." Wo came as' H rioargottlng mad as an edit...

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. — 8 March 1912

II Hi l"11" "i " ! i -! m.mmZ. I The Man Who Wins. I " Ghas. R. Barklettt , - I. 'lEheiman who wins is ah average K , man ; I Not built with any particular I' plan, - ) I Not blessed withZany particular I iluck, , I .Just steady and earnest and full I of pluck. I When asked a question he does I not "guess" I Me;knows the answer, "No" or I - ' "Yes." I .;' -- When set a task that the rest I . -can't do, I - ' IHe (buckles down 'til' he's put it v; through. , Three things he's learned; that the man who tries,, -y, ," IFinds favor in his employer's '.' ' eyes . x - 'That it pays to know more than , "one thing well; 4 . - And it doesn,'t pay -all he knows k " ' to tell. So ho works and works;' 'til one .fine day There's a better job with bigger pay. And tho men who shirked when- ever they could Are bossed by the man whose .v; work made good. P .For tho man who. wins is the : man who works, Who neither trouble, nor labor shirks, X Who uses his hands, his head, his eyes; The man who. wins...

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. — 8 March 1912

B B '"" " ' ' " if!!"" H AN ORDINANCE B Amending the Boundaries and Dividing B "Iron County into Prednch, and Elec- B ttoa Precwck, And Repealing all Ex- B Htmg Ordinance, and part of Ofdi- B nances in Conflict Herewith. H Tho Board of County Commis- B nionert of tho County of Iron or- B dln n" fo,'OW8: H . Section 1. That all that por- H tion of Iron County, Utah, in- H eluded within the following des- B cribed boundaries, ohall bo H known, and is hereby created, H established and designated as "BUCK HORN PRECINCT," and "BUCK HORN ELECTION PRECINCT," to-wit: B Commencing at tho north-east M corner of township 31 south, H range 0 west, Salt Lake Moridi- H an, being tho north-east corner H of Iron County, and running B thoncu south to tho south-east H corner of township thirty-two H (32) south, range 0 west; thence H west to the south-west corner of ' Section 82, township 82 south, B j rango 9 west; thenco north to tho H j Beaver County lino; thence east H to tho placG of beginning.....

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. — 15 March 1912

Vt 1 li H9BB1 g. ill Bill m '- 3i mil I Irok Countt Record;' "- I W vo ? ' Cedar City, Iron County, UtaivFriday, Mar. 15, W2. N0. j BBH I B. N. S. Dramatics. K Once more the Branch Normal m School Dramatic Club aro on the R eve of their annual appearance II on the boards. This organization m first came into life last year, K and presented the extremely K laughable farce -"Mr. Bob." K Those who saw this performance : remember it as a bright spot in their experience not soon to be forgotten. With "Mr. Bob" the B. N. S. Dramatic Club proved that they can give a successful and enter taining performance creditable to any school organization of a similar nature. i On the strength of last year's success, the club this year are I attempting a bigger, better play. It is Arthur W. Pinero's j"Tj?e Amazons" a farcical romance in ! three acts. This play from the standpoint of an audience is an r excellent one. It is merry and . fantastic calculated to furnish ) amusement throughout and is bound ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 15 March 1912

I I LIPS I I THATWERE I I SEALED I M Il'llllll BUI Ml H y H :: Alma Martin Estabrook ,; Author of My Cou$tn ratrkla" B o I' I'" I II1II.UI.UU. ,, H ' PICTURES BY A. WEIL (Copyright, by J. U. Llpplncott Co.) CHAPTER I. H t AcroHn tlio brilliant pnrquotto, from H ' ' tho blshop'a box, Mlim WliiBtunloy H openly bucknnoi! mo with hor Ilttlo HH wlilto black-dotted fun. IlonrlotU HH Wlniitnnloy In tho blnhop'a winter, a HH Indy moro llko hor own fnn than any H thin I en n think of at tho moment HH to compnro hor with; a ninall flutter H Ing thing, constantly In motion, croat- H Ing a pleasant ntlr wherever sho hap- HH pons to bo, Handling ilollcloiiRly of HH orris root or lavender, hor black oyca sparkling llko tho Irldoacunts on thu H B Thi'rn woro beside hor In tho box H thu bishop, Barbara Homlugrny, hor H brother Dan tho niont popular young HB rascal In town Ankony, acting preHl- HH dent of tho Central Havings Company, H anil, for tho rout, a part or tho Forlorn H , 1 1 oiio, an MIhh ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 15 March 1912

r', ' ' ir A "" aaaaaa MiM "" . ' - ' ' Notfcetothe Public. l e two leading magazines of 1 ' the Pacific Coast, the Pacific . -. Monthly and the Sunset, have f; been consolidated under the title ."&? -of "Sunset the Pacific Month- wu It is the intention of the pub- l;j : "Ushers to spare no money nor ,v ' effort to make Sunset the Pacific "dj Monthly a credit to the West and fag -a magazine of national value and jf importance. fS," introduce it to new1 readers, &&; we will make the following special offer: Send 50c in stamps, '''- and we will put your name on f"t our subscription list for the next '- four months, and will send you 5 ' free a copy of the superbly illustrated Mid-Winter number, I '" and also the famous Sunset 1 Indian poster, securely packed in a mailing tube. It will make a beautiful ornament for your .- front room or den. ,,', Send your" order to Fred (Tf Lockley, Northwestern Manager, Sunset the Pacific Monthly, '" Portland, Oregon. .Kidney Diseases Inc...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 15 March 1912

H t I i Iron County Record CEDAR CITY, UTAH. f HB , a JL H Alex, h. rollo X H mm ' B 4 H 3TAnU8HE0 DECEMBER, 1303. - i M CHTCMO AT THE CIOAR CITY POMT A. J OrPICI A IICOMO CLAM MATTtR. 4 B T g a A, H 8UD8CMPTION $1.60 PCM YLAR 1 B T ALWAYS IH AOVAMCt T H Friday, rinri 15 ig'ia H Quarterly Conference. H TI10 regular quarterly con- H fcrerico of tho Parowan Stake H will convdno in Cedar City on tho 23rd and 24th of March. H Word has been received that H some of the General Authorities H of the Church will he in attend- Hj a ance. H " Visiting Saints will bo enter- Hj taincd, and all are invited to at- H tend tho sessions. ' LUCIUS N. MARSDEN, WILFORD DAY, WM. II. LYMAN, H Stake Presidency. H Library board Busy. H Tho free public Library board H have been busy tho past month H r or two working up sentimont in H favor of a public library building B and negotiating with the H Carhogio Library Commission to H secure sufficient funds to erect a H suitable building in Cedar. H Tho City Coun...

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. — 15 March 1912

1 - T - -- -I -., I,,, , - - !! The Home Circle. ; How grcaVa beauty ant! bless ing it is to hold tbe royal griffs of the soul so that they' shall lie , music to some and fragrance to ',- others, and life to all. Some women cling to their homes like the honeysuckle over the door, yot, like it, sweeten all the re gion with the subtle fragrance of their goodness. A sunshiny husband makes a merry, beautiful home, worth ' -working in and for. If the man is. breezy, cheery, considerate and sympathetic, the .wife 'sings in her heart over puddings and mending basket, and counts the hours till he returns at night and renews her youth in the security she feels of his approbation and admiration. Men give up a great deal for their families their time their strength, the knowledge they "have gained in life's experiences they spend everything freely for their home's sake, and the home should pay its debt in much outspoken love. It is wicked to loaf. Every man is created for a purpose and he has ...

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. — 15 March 1912

B ' - m Notice for Publi ration. M (Publisher.) B Department of tho Interior, U. 1 S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, H Utah, February 12, 1912. m Notice is hereby given that B Horace A. Dover, of Cedar City, H UUh, who, on April 2, 1907, M made Homestead Entry (Serial 02474), No. 1C722, :for Ni NWi (Lot 1 and NEi NWi), Sec. 10; T. 35 .S, It. ll'W., and SEi SEi, Soc. 13, and NEi NEl, Sec. 24, Township 35 S., Range 12 W H Salt Lake Meridian, has filed B notice of intention to make Final B five year Proof, to establish claim H to tho hind above described, bc H fore the Clerk of the District H Court, at Parowan, Utah, on tho H Gth day of April, 1012. H Claimant names as witnesses: H William Houchen, Thomas Dix, H William Pryor and Andrew B Jensen, nil of Cedar City, Utah. H -t E. D. R. THOMPSON, H Register. First Feb. 28La8t March 29. H Notice for Publication (Publisher.) H Department of tho Interior, U. 1 S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, H Utah, February 12, 1012. H Notice is hereby g...

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. — 15 March 1912

w 1W Reward, $ltt The readers of thta papor wit! bo pleajwd to learn that there & at Ipast onS dreaded dlseaso that science has been aWo to euro In ol! Ha tam nl tliiuS SSJi'SKJJ111" Caa" Cure la the only SSfiiiXSir? ,nowl known to the medical fiSUSS,nrrh bc,nB ? constitutional 5nfSC,tTrnlra.a constitutional treat- ternaiiy. acting directly upon tho blood nnd mucous ourfacea of. tho system, there by destroying tho foundation of tho dls ?.??. ant? Rivlnff tho patient atrenRth by bulldinir up tho constitution and anstatlni; naturo In dolnc Its work. Tho proprietors have so much faith In Its curative pow era that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars ! & for any case that It falls to cure. Cnd for list of testimonial. Address F. l J.CHKNEY CO., Toledo, Ohio. y '7 ft!1 E,rtBt'.!c Take Hall'a Family ruin for coaatlpatloa. j' Washington Letter. ., Washington, D. C, Feb. 26, - (Special.) The result of polls JjT; ; taken in the various parts of the Jrf country shows conclusively that jj.V,...

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. — 15 March 1912

m Eauter comes on April 7th. m St. Patrick's Day ncxtSun- m day. Get your bow of green M ready. m Waiter Jones spent a portion m of last week in St. George ne- H go1 iating for some Jersey cuttle. m If you have Trisii blood in your B veins let the fact he known next m Sunday by wearing (ho green M ribbon. H Governor Spry proclaims April H 2fith as Utah day, and requests H the people of the State to observe H the day in a fitting way. Hj Mrs. Richard Williams, who is H under the care of Dr. Ernest H Green is recovering nicely from H a severe attack of appendicitis. H For Sale. H Hotel and finu farm land at H MiifoiBvillo, Utah. Inquire of M r. LESSING, H ' Beaver City, Utah. Hj the athletic contest last Satur- H day ))0lW(son Parowan and Cedar H wan' well attended, and enjoyed H by all .who saw it. The majority H of tho q vents wore won by H Cedar. n.Mi...! .HI II - Mill UMi H Tho govornmcut has vvith- H drawn from entry under the en- H largod homostcad act 200,000 H acres in Iron Co...

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. — 22 March 1912

frtterilt; c( "tab (J JH Iron Count! Record. , I Vo1- i9- Cedar City, Iron County, Uthiday, Mar. 22, J?I2. No. 15 f ' Young Woman Laid to Rest. Last Saturday afternoon at the tabernacle the funeral servic es over the remains of Sara Bell, daughter of James and Sara Sherratt were held and were very impressive. The speakers were Geo. W. Decker, Wm. H. Corry, Alex G. TrTatheson and Bp. J. J. G. Webster, each of whom spoke words of encouragement and con dolence to the bereaved family. Their remarks went a long way to heal the wounded hearts of the mourners. The singing by the choir was splendid and appropriate, the following songs being rendered: "Oh, My Father," "I Know that My Redeemer Liveth,"- "I Need Thee Every Hour," "Not Half has Ever Been Told." By re quest Mrs. Ada Wood Webster rendered in a touching manner the beautiful organ solo, " Farc in well to Thee, " which was always f ..-a favorite of the deceased. After the services the remains were carried to the cemetery and were fo...

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. — 22 March 1912

I I LIPS 1 I THAT WERE I 1 SEALEDl H .,. .in , ;; B I Alma MKtin Estabrook ;; B ! I , AwMer "Mr Cowfc Patrkta" t i. i :: ' PICTURES BY A. WEIL H ' Cepyrlcht, by J. . LJjwIbcoU Co.) H (Coatlnwed from laat wek.) H "He cartful what you say, You H know better than that." H "Your hnblt has not been to run H down offenders," I remarked. Hj "We'va had to lot Havornl of thotn H go because of tbolr rotation to mom- H bora of the compnny. Hut there must H Imj a atop somewhere, nnd t nm In H aarneut when I nay thnt It munt ho H here. I'm aorry for tlio boy mid for H hln alntor, though I don't expect you M to bollovo It. Hut" B "No, don't," snld I. H I took up my lint. H "Walt! Whore nro you going?" H "Hack to my ofllco." M . "What for?" H "Hecnuno our Intorvluw la at nn m H "It's only begun. Wo tmmt talk of h how wo nro to proceed," H I wnlkod toward tho door. m "Am I to understand you refuse to H havo HiiythlnK to do with tho prose- j . outlon?" hu cried. H "You cortnlnly nro, Ankony," H "I m...

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. — 22 March 1912

1 Notice to the Public, -he two leading magazines of the Pacific Coast, the Pacific Monthly and the Sunset, have been consolidated under the title of "Sunset the Pacific Month ly" It is the intention of the pub lishers to spare no money nor effort to make Sunset the Pacific Monthly a credit to the West and a magazine of national value and importance. To introduce it to new readers. we will make the . following special offer: Send 50c in stamps, and we will put your name on our subscription list for the next four months, and will send you free a copy of the superbly illustrated Mid-Winter number, and also the famous Sunset ! -Indian poster, securely packed ;"' jii a mailing tube. It will make i. a beautiful ornament for your front room or den. 5 Send your order to Fred Lockley, Northwostern Manager, Sunset the Pacific Monthly, . Portland, Oregon. i . . . . , . ' ' Kidney Diseases Increase 160 i Per Cent in the City of I Chicago in one Gen eration. One of the most appalling facts brou...

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. — 22 March 1912

j nil ii i limn I wmtmmmm ' Iron County Record H rwtiliMiaifiar rif H CEDAR OITY, UTAH. H ALEX. H. ROLLO H tSTADLlSHEB BJCEMMK, 1893. H INTKneO AT THE CIOAR CITY POT H Of riCK At SRCONO CLAII MATTtll. iiH H SUBBpRIPTIOf H.BOPER.YtAR ; H . " " ," AUWAY IM AOVANCt H Friday, fUr. 34, 1912. H ,- mmm the huisibential term. H t Suggestions aro also aflo.1t to H the rjficct that both of the great H J, political parties aro seriously H ' considering tho advisability of H ; insorting a plank in their plat- H Ifc forms, for changing tho length H k of tho presidential terms from H jfc four to six yours. Tho business H r monof the country aro clamoring H for such a change, as thoy say H that there is no uso in plunging H tho country into tho uncertainty H t and unrest of a presidential enm- H paign overy four years, which H ' greatly depresses business for B that yoarand discourages now H ' ontorprlscs. Either party would H bo apt to win tho hearty support H of tho largo and small business H me...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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