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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 April 1912

IH Jt)lrerhy of fH&h )' HHH I jRONGoraTfJ?ECORD. I I Vof 19 ' r ' ' " " ' ' p ' " Cedw Qtv, Iron County, Utah', Friday, Apr. 12, I9J2. " 7T H I Biographical. The following sketch of the life of Mandana Dalley, who recently passed away at Summit, will be of interest to all who were acquainted with her: Mandana Dalley, daughter of Mayhew and Sarah Hillman, was born Dec. 3, 1820, at Spafford, Onondago County, New York. In her early childhood her par- ents joined the Latter-day Saints and removed to Nauvoo, Illinois. During the time of the mobbings in Nauvoo her father died and, her mother was left a widow with four small children. While I in Nauvoo she made her home a portion of the time with the fam-. h ily of the Prophet Joseph Smith I and was well acquainted with' his two wives who were living! ' together at that time. Being! driven with the Saints from Nau- voo, her .mother settled for a short time at a place called Pis r gajfrom there they moved to t Trading Point, Iowa. At th...

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. — 12 April 1912

H ,M i i m i -i r- t - - H EUUUUU4Ui44UiW I I UPS 1 I THAT WERE I s I SEALED! ;l ; HI " HI ' I H ;: Alma Martin Estabrook ; Author of "Mf Couiht Patricia" M Mill llll IBMRMMMMMMI ,, '; PICTURES BY A. WEIL " H :: :; H (Copyright, by J. II. Llpplncott Ca.) H (Continued from Inst wook.j H uaisf r roowB, yo know, A pressed H rocpt" H Thh acorn la her voice mado H laugh ktartlly. H "I'm glad you And It amusing, I M UWrn't," ska doclared. H "Hut the rlfitit tort of a memoranda H book always ban roio In It," I con H tended. H "Nonaerno! Has yours?" M "I think It probable," I admitted, H without humility. H "What foolishness! I cab toll you H that inlno has not." "Your heart holds your roses, doar m H , She unfastened hor fluffy black boa H i and smiled at mo with a twlnklo In H her eyes the twinkle thnt I like ho H "Your pretty speeches won't throw H mo off tho scent, Mr. Tvlnlng. I am H going to find out "-'..orio roMO that In In M Charles' book. Think of It! At his H "At any ago u mun In...

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. — 12 April 1912

' ' The Republican Convention Will be Held in Provo. (Provo Post,) The state senatorial committee met at the governor's ofiiceat Salt Lake this forenoon and selected Provo as the meeting place for the convention to select delegates for the national RrA publican convention. The date for the convention is set for Wedensday, May 15, at 10 o'clock. There will be one -delegate to every one hundred votes, or 503 delegates in all. Arrangements were also made for the state convention, which -will be held in Salt Lake City II September 4, and there will; be.' I one- delegate to everyjfeighty- j votes, or 630 delegates'" at that convention, i Col. C. E. Loose, state chair- man of the Repbulican party, j sent in his resignation to the j state committee, and it was re- j ceived and filed, but no action - " has yet been taken on it. State Senator Carl Badger, committeeman from Salt Lake county, presented a resolution endorsing the administration of President William H. Taft. Former Senator W. K....

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. — 12 April 1912

; Iron County Record j CEDAR CITY, UTAH. ALEX. H. HOLLO 1 ESTABLISHES BECEMBER, 1883. H INURED AT THR CCDAH CITY POST H Of PICK AS MCOHO CLASS MATTKR. M SUBSCRIPTION IJI.BO PER YfcAR H ALWAYS IN AOVANCS M Friday, Apr. 12. 1913 Hi A Menace. 1 What ia considered a menace M to the town is the number of m bams in the city. These arc m usually found in u string down H ) the center of each block and are M j " constructed of lumber, with but H ' very littlo firo protection. B If a Arc started in a barn in H t , the southern end of the town, H and there happened to be a H hrcozo blowing it would be next H to impossible to save it, or the H adjoining barns, and it would B seem that every precaution M should be taken to avoid Are, or H tho sproading of fire. H Tho oxperience we have had in B T tho recent past shows that if the jH barns wero covered with iron roofing, although one caught Are H thero would . bo somo chanco of H saving thoso adjoining. Tho H burning of tho Cedars hotel barn H wa...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 April 1912

. , T AbVishQu-utfUi!. TliB state board of health has decided that it is the proper I thing to abolish quarantine for' small pox. The gentlemen com-' posing that body assert that; quarantining for this disease has1 been unsuccessful in stamping it out, and suggest the plan of do ing away with it altogether. The only evidence that the disease is in the home will be shown by a ' flag, but this will not debar the inmates from coming out and mingling with the neighbors. The flag will simply be a sign that the disease is in that home v and no more; The Health Board believes that by so doing the disease will sooner Jbe stamped out of' the ' ; state, because those who are not afflicted will the more readily become vaccinated, and make themseves immune. It is also proposed to have vaccination ' free to all who care to halye it, each city furnishing fjfa the vaccine and the quarantine , - ;; ' physician performing the opera- '? ' kv tion. Vaccination is not compulsory, but you" had better ge...

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. — 12 April 1912

South Welcomes I Farming Expert. H Louis F. Bojlc, ConiiiilrHg ARrk!(f- H , 1st of IntcrHiMHilam Associa- E liofi Kclwnis. m (DoseretNows.) 1 Louis F. Uoylc, consulting ag M riculturist of tho Intcrmountain M Industrial association, has rc 1 turned from a trip over southern Utah with II. Milton Ilayles of M Spanish Fork. In the report to M tJio association, Mr. Boyle states j that his work was received en H thusiaslically hy the people of H the south. Practically every 1 town of moro than 200 in popula M tion was included in the itinerar H y. Economic factors connected m with many institutions were dis B cussed, and insights were Riven M into the lives of many prominent H men of the state and their work m in building up Utah. Special H stress wiuh laid upon the valuo of m the peoplo laying aside their pot M ty differences and working unit m cdly for their town, county and M utalo, and the history of other H states was spoken about to prove H what could he done. m Of special interest...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 12 April 1912

I mm I REGPROGITY MORE UTAH PATRONAGE MEANS MORE FACTORIES FOR THE STATE OF OTAH. B To Send Money Abroad for Anything That It Raised or Produced at Home la a Suicidal Policy Not Wanted Here. Tho biggest event In tho history of Utah's Industrial and commerclnl in tereBts will be held from April l to 6. It will bo known uh "Utah Pro- ducts Week." At that time It la In- tended to placo before tho public the products of tho state In u manner that will Impress tho people with tho Krcat variety and high Htnudnrd of local industries, thereby arousing deeper Interest and more loyalty for their support. Every Important pub lic organization In tho state is work ing In tho muvemont. Among these are tho Utah Development League, tho Salt Lake Commercial Club, the Manufacturers Association of Utnh, the Native Sons of Utah, tho Utah Home Industry Association, the Salt Lake Real KstaUj Association, the Federate Trades, the Ad Club, Re tail Merchants, and the two Press associations. Tho plan of this...

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. — 12 April 1912

MMBHBHmBHBBBHHBBHBB( I I H H ' 4t' '- H - ' : '" i"lt" " "'' n ' " "" " " ' " " tMl " - ' - . mh One of the greatest inventions of the 20th Century is the . j I I Electric Suction Cleaner. I mmI 5 bmI mmH J i i We have realized for years that the good women of Cedar should have one. : mmB ii -S 21 I J Wc have also realized that they were very expensive for each family to own. j : However, after seeing many demonstrations of the wonderful work that can be accom- .. ': ' j I ; . plished with one, and after an extensive study of different makes, decided to order a Richard. " .. .-- i I I We expect it here in about thre i weeks, and the machine will t for rent every day and j I I evening the electric power is on. . . I mH '"f f B j No more drudgery at house cleaning, and when it is- cleaned with an electric suction ' . 4 I I j . cleaner it will bs about ten times better than the good housewife could possibly do it. ' J: I I l LEIGH FURNITURE CSL CARPET COMP A.NY. I m Bij? character bull...

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. — 19 April 1912

BBBBBHBHHBBMBs I Billi Iron Coun Record aV " x ' !! ! ii ii .. IHnBBBnS I ,. VoK , ' Cedar City, Iron County, Ufariday, Apr. i92. No. ' 'SSI K -'- - " ' ' " " "' ' "'"" ' . - , - .. ,.m HHw I SUPREME COURT DECISION. I Kills all Old City and Town Liquor I Ordinances. H Hf II . All city and town ordinances in Utah prohibiting -the salo of intoxicating liquors passed prior to May 9, 1911, are null and void, and no prosecutions can be main tained under them. Such -is the holding of the Supreme Court of the State in an opinion handed 6 down by that court on Thursday I of last week. May 9, 1911, is I tre date on which the last state liquor law, the one under which we had the "wet" and "dry" elections all over the state last June, went into effect. That law, Chapter 106, Laws of Utah, 1911, as it is called, repealing all such old ordinances. The opinion thus announcing the general law of Utah on this subject was written in a case ap pealed from Pleasant Grove, a dry city of Utah county, On...

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. — 19 April 1912

I 1 LIPS S I THAT WERE I 1 SEALEDl M i i ui H ny :J H :; Alma Marlin Estabrook ;; H - twA-or o "My Cousin Fatrkla" ,, HIM llIMHIUUIIU1ill. !! IIII,JII1IILI, 0 H ; PICTURES DY A. WEIL H (Copyright, by J II. Upplacott Ca) B (Contlnuod from lout wcok.) H "Afed your note?"I naked. H "Wait only to nay good-toy and ex H plain our hurried departure. Wo arc H no sorry to aot have you all with tin H at tlio marriage, as we had expected. H ICvon Dan isay not got to town In H time. I wired him at ohcc, of courso, Hj Tuut I'm afraid ho can't make It. And H ninhop Wlnstaaley la awayl It Ih all Hj to unsatisfactory! I had novor H thought to have anyone marry mo hut j klm, you know. I'm afraid It wilt H HMra a aort of makeshift coremqny," M with a llttlo High. H "Suppose Homothlng should come up H to prevent your salllng7" I nuked, with H an uncontrollahlo ImpulBo. Hj She turned to mo quickly, an odd m look In her oycB, hut In tho namo In H slant It faded and nho lifted tlio shield B of an Imporao...

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. — 19 April 1912

What Happened to Jones. The Murdock Academy dra- TiMitic club presented the comedy ( -drama, "What Happened to Jones," in the Ward Hall last night to a good sized audience. The play is rich in comedy and contains many Judicrous sceres, all of which were well handled by the actors. Mr. Pendleton and Mr. Ran dall Jones, carried the main characters and both did remark ably well in the rendition of - their parts, "" Every actor was well up on the lines and gave to the audi- ence a pleasant evening'senter- y tainment. ) The play was given by the ' students and teachers of the ' " Murdock Academy under the direction of R. Measer. j The S. E. and L. A. will meet at the home of Wm. V. Walker, j Mrs. Rebecca Bulloch hostess, at f 2 p. m. April 26th. Roll call (- -quotations from Alice and Phoe- . be Cary. . - Kanarr a Letter. Kanarra, April 14. Our little Village was surprised by having all the men and boys - turn out wi th tools for the " clean up" day. The streets were made ! ""1 level, di...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 19 April 1912

H H TTtTtTTTTtT JTTtTTTTTTTT t H . i I Iron County Record-; H WIHH(llrFIIIH H CEDAR CITY. UTAH. H ALEX. H. R0LL.0 B Lftlll H C8TABUSHEB BtCEMBER, 1893. H ' H INTKRtO AT THt CIOAR CITY l0T H OPHCC AB SKCONO CLAM MATTM. H M SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 PER YfcAR B ALWAV IH AOVAHCK H Friday, Apr. 19,191a. a u ,,,-, IKON COUNTY TO TNG FOIE. H Iron County is tf last receiv- H ' Ing a small portion of iU long H delayed but much needed udver- H tfsingr. Of course, in thin adver- H Using Salt Lake City succeeds in H getting its name spelled several H times in tho first lines and spread H in big typo in the headlines, and H Utah generally gets the rest of H tho direct advertising; but when H ' f ono reads the articles and gets H ' tho substanco of them ho finds H that it is the iron ores that H abound in such vast quantities H in our county that are being ex- H " ploitcd and learns further that it. H is in Iron County that theso ores H actually arc and that the devolop- B ment of our iron mines ncces-...

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. — 19 April 1912

f ' - PROGRAMS FOR OBSERVANCE ' k: - OF '-'UTAH DAY" AlfflOUflCEO n-f- : f '" Exercises Calculated to Boost the f V Use of Home Products to., be " x ", Held In Every Community.. " Suggestive programs for the ob servance of Utah Day, aa propareil ;r' by tho special Utah Day committee ' , .and approved by tho governor and tho stato superintendent of public In ( , structlon, and by tho board of gover nors of tho Utah Development League, will bo carried out In every city and town of the state on April 25, 1912. ThcBc programs are aa follows: Afternoon Utah Day April 25. ' 1. Song, "Utah Wo Love Thee." 1 2. Address by official of school, ex plaining purposes of Utah Day. , 3. "What Opportunities Utah Of fers to Young People," prlxe eauay by boy pupil. 4. "What We Can do to Itnprov Our Own Town," by mayor or presi dent of Commercial club. 5. "What Utah Day Means to Me," prlre essay by girl pupil. 6. "What the Utah Development Leaguo Can Accomplish," by Utah Development Loague representati...

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. — 19 April 1912

t H FOR 5AL. Barred Plymouth Rock egg of pirre bred prize winner at $t M Pr letting. S. J. FOSTER. Liner Titanic at I Bottom of Sea. H TUrlMa Inririd SmIs West frwi Wkh Kw. H Was Largest Liner Afloat and was g Valued at $ie,eoe,ooo Carried Over a ooo People. HH HHMMWBM Tho Linor Titanic, a huge ves- sol carrying over 2000 people was H wrecked Inst Monday morning H by colliding with an ice berg. The Hbip wao ablo tp keep afloat H long enough to get nearly nino H hundred people saved by putting H them in tho life boats, but over I 1800 went down with her. Tho fihip was wrecked somo 4G s miles from any coast and she H was in latitude 41:16 north and longitudo 5:14 west. H Tho following taken from a , Salt Lake daily will givo tho H readers somo idea of tho terrible disaster: H Tho appalling magnitude of tho wreck of tho liner Titanic has been little mitigated by tho frag- montnry information which has Altered in today. Tho rescuing steamer Carpa- thia has 8G8 survivors on board, accord...

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. — 19 April 1912

Quite a number of the men are out of town, having gone to the shearing, pens to work. After having spent a number of months in Salt Lake City, Mis Arnold is in Cedar again. Mrs. Caroline Esplin, a patient at the Southern Utah Hospital, is iirproving nicely. n Cedar has water which is 98 per cent pure. The very-best to be found in the state. What other town in Utah can boast of 98 per cent pure water for culinary purposes? None. The Summit dramatic troupe .played "The Fisherman's Luck" at the Ward Hall last Thursday to a very poor house. Mrs. Will Taylor of Harmony, who has been here for medicaL attention for some weeks past, returned to her home lust week, -feeling very well. There may be a few corrals in Qedar that need cleaning, but they won't need it long, because the farmers are hauling the manure onto their farms as fast as is possible. The Branch Normal instructors are exceeding busy these days forcing the students to brush up on the various subjects taught so that they may be...

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. — 19 April 1912

IT I : , .-- -.-. . "T v'? ' : r r""""7 v I I One of the greatest inventions of the 20th Century is the . - I I Electric Suction Cleaner. 1 . I We have realized for years that the gooi women of Cedar should have one- v Jj I We have also realized that they were very expensive for each family to own. ' fit! I However, after seeing many demonstrations of the wonderful work that can be accom- j; I ' I I plished with one, and after an extensive study of different makes, decided to order a Richard. . ' $. I f We expect it here in about three weeks, and the machine will be for rent ever day and ' ' v ' I I 1 evening the electric power is on. ...- rJ 1 H j; No more drudgery at house cleaning,. ,aad when it is cleaned with an. electric,, suction' " . v.Sj - I I I 1 cleaner it will be- about ten times better than the good housewife could possibly do it. .,-,., '-$; I 1 f LEIGH FURNITURE ..CARPET COMPANY. - .: ' JTii. ' I " Uoyn, don't go behind a busi- H noas house andKalrtliloT "It Vlll H 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. — 26 April 1912

iB - University oflJtnb iH IR4 RHCO,,' ' B . S I " rfiy I I IH I . i . , , , H I olt l9' Cedar Gtv, Iron County, UtaTiJ&May, Apr. 2o, 1912. N0" 20 I v "-'- "" ' '' --- - - -- - - .. , rn. . - -- . . iH EUGENE SCHOPPMANN Passes From this Life Friday I Evening After IJIhess'of ; ' I one Month. I Eugene Schoppmann, an old I "and respected citizen of Cedar 1 passed from this life Friday I night of last week after having 1 suffered for a month or more I from an ailment of the throat and lungs. lie was quite ag&l, being about 82 years old, and this coupled with the ailment from which he suffered was more than ho could combat. Medical attention wrs given him constantly and his wife and children were constantly at his bedside to administer to his wants. Nothing that could 'be of assistance to him was omit l - ted, but his age was against him r ' and he passed peacefully away an i above stated. Eugene Schoppmann was of ; German descent and has been a K resident of this section of cou...

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. — 26 April 1912

H i . i m-f in hi ' H nMmnMMMnanaaaMannwiaBMiM I Doolcy Tells of H Iron Fields of Southern Utah.- H (Salt Lake Tolcgrnm.) H W. J. Doolcy, who is familiar H with the coal and iron properties H in Iron county, said this morning H that ho had recoived a number H inquiriea'regarding that sec- H tion of the country. He said: H "The developments before the H kousc steel investigating com H ' kilt tee has dono more toward the H Advancement of the iron in Utah H than anything that has ever H happened. H "The iron is located in the H southwestern part of the state, H in Iron county, tho county deriv- H (ng its name from tho iron, and H is from twenty to twenty-five B miles from the San Pedro, Los H Angeles & Salt Lake railroad, H the nearest station being Lund. H "Tho strike, of course, is H northeast, and is prospected for, H perhaps, twenty-five miles with H an occasional shaft and cut, tho H dcopeatnot exceeding a couple H of hundred feet, H "Tho general formation is H granite, with l...

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. — 26 April 1912

Gross Neglect Somewhere. " (DcseretNews.) From the statements made by Mr. Ismay, and other passengers on the Titanic it appears that many stories about the disaster have been published, which are not true. The course of the boat i was well towards the southern i edge of the track generally fol-' f. lowed by the west-bound trans-j i atlantic steamers, and there was no dinner party with carousing and toasts at the time of the col lision. Mr. Ismay is positive in his statements on these points. On the other hand it is evident that somebody was guilty of gross neglect The Titanic had "femple warning of the danger that lurked ahead.of it, but there was, as far as known, no effort to avoid it. Why was not the j searchlight occasionally flashed j over the deep? Why was not the I speed lowered to eight, or even j six knots, instead of being kept iup to twenty-one, when ice-bergs were expected? With slow speed there might have been a chance : of bringing the boat to a stop by ' J reversing t...

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. — 26 April 1912

B 'M-Hr'M"t"M''H' H H 1 4 ;: Iron County Record J M CEDAR CITY, UTAH. ALEX. H. ROLLO B STABLI8H0 DECEMBER, 1803. H , ,; CNTBRCO AT THC CCOAR CtTY POST. MM OF PIC It AS SECOND CLAM MATTER. . "" B SUOOCniPriOH $1.00 PEH YfcAR H ' ALWAYS IM AOVAMCC H fr...fr,fr.Hhfrffr'frfr H '. Friday, Apr. 26, iyia NAD BEST LEAVE UNTOUCHED. H All tho newspapers of the H stato, and particularly tho Salt H Lake dailies, arc and have been H having vory much to say con- H corning tho Supremo Court dc- H . cision touching tho atatus of our H . liquor law which the Record H covered briefly but in full lost H week. Hj All manner of speculation is H boing indulged in by tho papers, H And much confusion is likely to H resultfrom the newspaper com H ment, not from tho Supremo H Court decision. All that that H, . decision docs is to declare dead H all old ordinances on tho liquor H, question and points out that if V new ordinances arc enacted they H must conform to tho state law. H '' City councils, in passing ...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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