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

Pacer Bjg Cooking. Cooking in paper bags is, the latest idea in cookery. It has' many advantage qvoV yojdjnary met finds' of food preparation, and -bids fairXo become"! very popular. . Thepaner bagcpoking, now benfg experimented with in manj homes and domestic science departments,- was intro duced by Mr. Soyers, who be lieved that cooking could be done in paper bags if the right kind of bgs could be obtained. He , experimented with this method of cooking until success was gained. . " ' There are sundry, rules' to be S. observed while pursuing this ' method of cooking, "Tfijf first V , and greatest of these is to get ., the right kind of bag, which is made especially for cooking. It is parafined, odorless, sanitary tuid mads of materials that are guaranteed to be pure. The next, nearly as important, is to grease the bag liberally, except in the case of vegetables or when water is used, with but ter, lard or' dripping.' Always use the size bag that "fits" the V food intended to be coo...

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 April 1912

I I UPS I THAT WERE I 1 SEALEDl M III I IWHIMHIIIIIIIIIIimill " m :; Alma Martin Estabrook : H Author of "Mp Cotutn Patricia" H H 1 PICTURES BY A. WEIL m iftttttttttttttttttttttttitJ H (Coyyrlicht, by J. II, Upplncott Co.) B (Continued froM last week.) H dlsrovoert, niul tiat you wcro without H oven tlio Boinhlnnco of honor. Ho nri H in lit cd UiIh with (lingular roluctnnco, H Mr. Ankony, for t think you know that H ho trusted you ns not ninny men iiust H their follown," H Alio paused, hor oyoa on his face. H II In muttered reply was not coherent, H unil alio wont on'at onco! H "When ho saw-you at last as yoi H really worn, ho determined to prono- H cuto you; but thoro :am) IiIh hint lout; H illnuss and IiIh death, and nfturwnrd H my heart kad softened a llttlo to you Hj und I bad not tho mind hotildo to put H Hhtuno titul corruw upon your mother, H no I did nothing. Hut whon 1 hoard H the a matting news that you hnd .ro H peaed to marry a 1rl llko Ilarbra H lleinlsgray, I crhio bac...

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 April 1912

LOCAL PATRIOTISM AND CIVIC PRIDE What Loyalty to Town, County and r State Means, and How It Do vclops Communities. "If my town Is tho bcBt In the county, It must bo a good place to live." "If my county Is tho bost In Utah, It muBt bo abouCMhe beat county In which to maintain my home." "If I havo decided to maintain my home hore, I owe It to myself and my neighbors, to make my home one of which we all may well feel proud." If any render cannot subscribe to the aboye sentiments, wo are wasting valuable space, so far as he b con oerncd, and ho la also wasting hie time In reading this article. Many a laugh has been created by the "raoaa-back" who rejects all Improve ments In the homo or on tho farm, with the remark that "Those things were good enough for my father and my grandfather, and they ought to bo good enough for me and my chil dren." - Utah docs not need the kind of man who takes this 8tand regarding I Improvement:, that go to make life . oaBlcr .nd moro pleasant, but Utah does ...

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. — 26 April 1912

H l l I Win., i Mil li WWWWIW.1 M Sea the Palace Dru Store ad- H vertJHemcnt this week. H J Dixie vegetables are., begin B hint? to bu placed on the Cedar H ' market M Mrs. S. J. Foster returned H ' home Sunday from St. George, m after having spent a few weeks M there visiting with her parents. FOR SALE. H Barred Plymouth Rock eggs of H pure bred prize winners at $1 H par setting, S. J. FOSTER. H At last the weather has become H bearable and probably the farm- H era will be able to complete their H apring sowing of small grains. B , Chas. Bryant has resigned his1 B position in the Sheep Store, and H iJulainun Webator is doing the H delivering for that store and the H Mercantile hJho. ' H Although we have had some H very cold weather the past week H or so it is not believed that much B of the fruit has boon damaged. H - A guaranteed watch and chain H will be given away on clothing H Onions, at the Palace ,0 Store H k)ou. Now's your chance if you H need a new suit. H Wo have the bigge...

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. — 3 May 1912

raw" ' IHi I Iron Couwry Record. ' ,! I B ar "' "" ' ' - .. - t H Vo1- ,9- Ccdr Oty, Iron County, UtahtfFriday, May. 3, 1912. N0. 2J H I District Court News. H Following are the court pro- cecdings of the Judicial District H Court in and for the County of Iron, which convened April 2Gth, Judge Greenwood on the bench, B E. H. Ryan, District Attorney, H and W. L. Cook, official stenog- rapher at their posts. The court is still in session at this writing, with County Attorney W. E. Corry and J. H. Corry as regular attendants. The following cases have been considered: State of Utah, plaintiff, vs. James "Green, defendant, entered and passed for tle term. J. L. Lowder, plaintiff, vs. Fannie E. and Jacob Gould,- de fendants, entered and passed for the term. Iasac Parry and Thomas Lawrence, plaintiffs, vs. Wm. H. Leigh, defendant, passed for term. Parowan City, plaintiff, vs. Walter C. and William C. Mitch ell, defendants, set for 2nd day of next regular term. Nancy C. P. Lunt, vs. Geo. St...

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. — 3 May 1912

H J ; Iron County Record ; ' B CEOAR CITY, UTAH. -- ALEX. H; RoLto ' B cstaqiiskco oeccmber; H . , 4NTRPSO AT THt CtDAK CITY POST. H ' ; crr6 At iicomo class mattkr, B SUOSCRIPTION II.BO PER YtAR H AtWAVI IN AOVAHCl H Friday, flay. 3, lyia. B I 1 1 ' I Done. . . This Ihruc of tho Record is the B font that I shall issue. Next B , week A. D. McGuiro, of Salt 1 Lake City, will take chargo and m will have full control of tho job H department as well as tho paper. H I sincerely thank all who havo H given mo their support and good HI will tho past four and a half H years, and wish them success in H . nil their undertakings. m Thore havo been several sub- M gcribers to tho Record havo asked H mo to discontinue tholr paper H Immediately upon my retire H , ment, but I feel that it would be H " bettor for them to notify the'in- H coming managor by postal card M or otherwiso that they wish tho M paper stopped. However, I shall H -leave a list of those who havo m mude this request and ask that ...

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. — 3 May 1912

Sy" '' "ffw - - - State Engineer's Office,' Salt Lake City, 'Utah, April 23, J912. Notice is hereby giyen'.that C E. Peak, whose post office ad dress is Stateline, Utah, has made application in accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907, as amended by the Session Laws of Utah, 1909, and 1911, to ap propriate ten (10) cubic-feet of water per second from an un s named spring in Iron County, Utah. Said spring is situated at a point which bears south 63 de crees west 668 feet from the east quarter corner of Section 32, Township 32 south, Range 18 west, Salt Lake base and meridi an. One (1) cubic-foot per econd of said water will be di , verted at the place where it issues from said spring and the remaining nine (9) cubic-feet per second will be diverted at a point which lies south 1,000 feet distant of the east quarter corner of Section 80, Township 32 south, Range 18 west, Salt Lake base and meridian. The water will be diverted by means of a dam, K. - pipe line...

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. — 3 May 1912

H So fay , the fruit .has , been. H damagea1 idfy llttlbyjfroat.' 7 . j Quality creams and., lotioijfl.to H boi had only at the Cedar City H Drug Store. H Athletic meet and dance to- H night in the Ward Hall. Evcry- H body should be out. H "Gee, ain't I glud school quits H today' is the exclamation of the H average "kid." H If you want the best ice cream H ask for our Velvet cream. To bo H luid only at the Cedar City Drug H Store. H Miss Mattie Gowcr has left the H Post Ofllco to he gone a month. B During her absence Miss Mcll H Corlett will be found in theoflice. 1 Sovoral of the farmers have as m yet been unable to get in their H grain. The extreme backward H spring has been the cause. m The Branch Normal Dramatic H Club has gono to Parowan, H Pangultch, and Beaver where H they will present tho "Ama- H 7.0I1S." H ' "Quality" Hair Tonic, none H better for falling hair and dan- m drufT. Satisfaction guaranteed. Cedar City Drug Store, "Tho H Houso of Quality." H A missionary ball wil...

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. — 10 May 1912

ITnlreraltv cf t'Mi St r a Hflt. 4 ''v - WuM ':Iron''Coumy i . ' 88 : ' VOLUME XIX. ' " CEDAR CITY USJIDAY' M AY MAKING RAPID STRIDES The Fertile Lands of Iron County Are Being Developed as Never Before. PLANS FOR EXTEWe DRY FARMING Not Confined to any One Portion of the County New Settlers Coming In. But few of the residents of Iron county appreciate the great amount of development that is being prosecuted throughout the county in the opening of new farm lands. Never before at any one time has there been such k a general movement to secure a tract of land and develop it as is now on. Settlers from the outside are , rapidly coming in and taking up immense tracts. The activity of outsiders has demonstrated to old ; citizens the possibilites in the way of dry farming, and they, too, are doing their share to place the lands under zultiva tion. The most important single en terprise is that of the Newcastle project in the southwest part of the county, lying in the Escalan te valley. The ...

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. — 10 May 1912

I BY WAY OF INTRODUCTION H A Message from the Board of Directors of M the Record to the People of Cedar City and Southern Utah. H In this week resuming control of the policies and destinies of H the Iron County Record, the Board of Directors wish to greet and H congratulate ita many readers t.:id the people of Southern Utah H - generally upom the auspicious outlook for the early future of Iron H county in particular, and southern Utah in general. We firmly be- H Hove that wS'aro on the eve of a commercial and industrial awaken- H ing that will fully eclipse anything that has heretofore been known M in this section of the country. It is in order that THE RECORD H " may keep fully abcust of this activity, and assist in the bringing H about of the prosperity to which, by reason of our great nutural H resources, Iron county is so richly entitled, that we have found it H necessary to effect a change in the management of the publication. H And while we realize that nearly all improvements...

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. — 10 May 1912

I " I - I 3& I I LEGAL NOTICES. Notice for Publication. (Publisher.) Department of the Interior, U S. Land Office at Salt Lake City Utah, March 19, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Thomas W. Jones, of Paraeoon- ah, Utah, who, on April 22, 1908, made Desert-Land Entry (Serial 01922), No. 5G37, for Si SWi, Section 17, Township 33 S.' Range 8 W., Salt Lake Meridian! has filed notice of intention to make Final Proof, to estabish claim to the land above des cribed, before the Clerk of tire District Court, at Parowan, i Utah, on the 4th day of May. ; 1912. . ; J Claimant names as witnesses: i Wm. P. Barton, JohnathaTi! i Prothero, Joseph J. Joned j Mariaus Dunton, all of Para-! goonah, Utah. j I E. D. R. THOMPSON, I Register. I ' First March 29Last May 3. Notice for Publication. I (Publisher.) Department of the Interior, TJ. 5. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, March 28, 1912. Notice is hereby given that William Gardner, of St George, Utah, who, on April 20, 1908, made Desert-Land...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 May 1912

M The Iron County Record B The Leading Newspaper of Southern Utah. B Eatablishcd December, 1893. H Indopenctcint 0 AccCbmIva B A. I). McOuIre , . . Editor and Alanajccr H nleiel at (lie I'l.ntnffico at Cedar City, Utah, a Second Clan Matter. H Subscription $1.50 a Yeah B AtlilreNH all communication to Ilia IMItor am) make all Kemllt.incra H payable to the Hecuril. UlnpUy aitverllalMg rate quoted on reruttt H Mxal and Clmtmlflal notice 10c a line for the flmt Inntrllon and 6c a H llnr for tach miWuent Iniirrtlort. H jouiDAY. may io. una. H Salutatory. B With this issue of THE RECORD, the writer H Assumes charge of the paper ns editor and manng H er and will direct its destinies from this date. H Wo come to this, the metropolis of Southern H Utah, with a full realization of the responsibilities Hj which we have incurred. We have learned how H the gdod,Uoyal citizens of Cedar Cjty and imifiedi- H ate vicinity have been striving in the face of dis- H couraging obstacles to make known to...

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. — 10 May 1912

ibi' h tK.w d Iron County Record 'all , J1 iji.i's, riej SUPPLEMENT. I FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912 mux inr - - 'I w'n ,t . ... . - an Mrs. J. W. Walker presented l'c ' her husband with a son las! V tj Monday. I . ,1 . - . -. m J Mr. A. L. Kimball made a fly- 0-J ing trip to Modena in his auf,. . J mobile, going out Wednesday t and returning yesterday. IL 1 v George A. Berry of Kanarra- "x ville was in Cedar City last Frj- la; day, on his way to and from the en Republican county convention. I 5-J Mrs. Jcthro Palmer and Mrs! . Kumen Jones entertained the fifth grade of the West Warxl Primary at Mrs. Jones' home Gn Monday. A delightful time was had. cei The athletic exhibition given , under the direction of the Young in Men's Mutual Improvement As- na sociation at the Ward Hall last nl " Friday night was Witnesscd? fl, large audience. '-'J Lame back' is usually caused I by rheuamtism of the muscles I of the back, for which you will ' 1 find nothing better than Cham- I berlain's Liniment. For ...

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. — 10 May 1912

H The Iron County Record H The Leading Newspaper of Southern Utah. B Established December, 1803. H Indopondonl - O Acfrilty H A. 1). Mcdulra . . . Editor and Manager B Knlcrnl at tlie I'lMinfTke at Cedar City, Utah, m Second Clan Mutter, H Subscription $1.50 a Ykak H AMttnn all conimtiiilcullom to Hit Idlltnr Mini make all Nemlltancr H payable to tlie Kecoril. UlipUjr mtvertinliiir rates iiotrl on requeu 1 luteal ami CUmlnd notice 10c a line for the flnt lnertlon and 6c a Hj line for each nt4tjuent Initertlort. H FRIDAY. MAY 10. 1012. H Salutatory. M Vyith this issue of THE RECORD, tho writer H assumes charge of tho paper as editor and manng- H cr and will direct its destinies from this date. H Wo come to this, the metropolis of Southern Hj Utah, with a full realization of the responsibilities H which wo have incurred. We have learned how H tho good.Uoya! citizens of Cedar Cjty and imtfledi- H ate vicinity have been striving in the face of dis- H couraging obstacles to make known to...

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. — 10 May 1912

I I aWMalaWaaWWWimwaaWaMaMWMWaWalaMaaM City d'Xbcal Happenings Mrs. Mary J. Dewsnup M Des-. cretis in the. city vfor-.; & with Mrs. Jane Lambeth. The best candies, oranges, ba nanas and cigars at "The House of Quality," . . . , ' Cedar City Drug Store. Uaude Knell of Newcastle was - in the city Saturday, and Sunday combining business and and ' and other things. Andrew Corry has received a new 38-horse power Stoddard Dayton automobile. No one can blame him if he now makes a few new speed records. ' For rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamber lain's Liniment. Try it and'' see how quickly it gives reilef. F6i' sale by Palace Drug Store. Come in and. try our delicious Ice Cream and Sodas. Cedar City Drug Store. . "Where the Big Bright Light Shines'" " - Miss Lilian Higtee who has baen teaching music in the St. George Academy, returned to. her home in this city Friday last, having finished her engage ment with the school. Boys, you surely wouldn't treat your girl friend ...

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. — 10 May 1912

B iiim ii i ii i i " ' H An Ordinance. j H , Providing for the regulation and ' H restriction of the sale, barter H and disposition of intoxicating B liquors within the City of Cc-' B dar, and providing penalties j H and punishment for the viola-' H tions of any of the provisions j B of this act; and repealing B Sections 23G, 237, 238, 239, 240, H 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 24G, H 247, 248, 2-19, 250, 251, 252, H 253 and 254; H Bo it ordained by the City H Council of Cedar City, Utah, m Section 1. No person by him-' flj self, his clerk, servantemploycc H or agent, shall, for himself or H Any person else, directly or indi-1 B rectly, or upon any pretense, or ! H with any device, oxcept as pro- H vided in this act. manufacture. ' H sell, exchange, barter, dispense, M nerve, givo in consideration of H tho purchase of any property, or m of any services or in the evasion B of this act, or keep for sale, any M intoxicating liquors, or solicit, 1 take, or accept any order for the H purchaso,...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 May 1912

LEGAL NOTICES. Notice to Water Users. H State Engineer's Office, Salt iH Lake City, Utah, April 25, 1912. jH Notice is hereby given that W. IH L. Cook, whose post office address ; is Salt Lake City, Utah, has iH made application in accordance fl with the requirements of the S Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907, as B amended by the Session Laws of M Utah, 1909 and 1911, to approp- I riate slx tnousand 6,000 acre-feet jB of water from Little Salt Lake, B Iron County, Utah. Said water B will be diverted at a point which B bears north 34 degrees 50 minutes B west 800 feet distant of the west B quarter corner of Section 36, H Township 33 south, Range 10 ' west, Salt Lake base and meridi- m an, from where it will be con- m vcyed by means of a canal and m Dry Wash Canyon, for a distance m of 7,000 feet and there stored 9 during the period from August 1 I of each year, to July 31, inclu- sive, of the year following, in a 9 reservoir embraced in Sections 27 and 28, Township 33 south, m Range 10 wes...

Publication Title: Iron County Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 10 May 1912

B H News From Nearby Towns COUNTY COMMISSIONERS H Parowan. Utah, Ma ' 8. 1012. H The Board of County Commis- BH B$onct-H met May 6 and went H through routine business, as fof- B The Bonds of II. J. Doolittle, H . as Justice of the Peace of Lund, H' . and that of James A. Benson to M ' run pool hall at said city, adopted H and approved. H Plat of Newcastle townsitc ap- H proved and delivered to recorder H for record. H It was ordered that a special H tax of one-fourth mill on each M dollar of taxable property within H the county, bo levied, to create M a fund of $500, for the purpose M of collecting, preparing and H maintaining an exposition ot the H products of the state of Utah, to H bo exhibited at the joint cong- B rcss of the Trans-Mississippi, B Commercial, National Irrigation, B and Utah Exposition, Congresses, B which will be held at Salt Lake B , City during the Autumn of 1912. B The following appointments B wcro also nm(lo: Mr8, Alic0 K H Linch, Registrar of Lund; John H Du...

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. — 17 May 1912

V; PnlvorMty of "fc HH I Iron Couniy Record. I I 0IaUME XIX- . CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. NUMBER 23 H RACING TOURNAMENT I PUBLIC INTEREST IN I SORES SUCCESS I Preparations Iking Rapidly Completed I l for Ike Great Racing Meet te be I lie! is Tbis City 1 Interest in the racing tourna ment to be held in Cedar City on May 31, and June 1 and 3, in :reases as the time draws near. The coming meet prom ises to be the best of the many I good ones held in this city. The f sum of $1550 will be given as I purses to the winners. ' Qwners of horses throughout . the entire southern part of the state are entering their "hope fuls," and the public is assured some of the best running ever seen in the inter-mountain country. Many animals with high rec - ords will be seen on the tracks, and many new ones will appear t for the first time. Among the well-known horses, the follow - " ing are a few: Sorrel Jane and l Lousy Nance, of Cedar City; " Parachute, of Minersville; Lena ' Murr, of Coy...

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. — 17 May 1912

I TIE" HARYESTER I TROST CASE H SHOWS LACK OP GOOD FAITH m Both Tafl and Roosevelt Are Attempt- H iag to Use the Harvester Trust Case M as an Example ef Ik Others Iasla H ccnty - Neither is Beiag fencfillcd. B In a recent i'hsuo, the Literary H DIget comprehensively treats M of the famous" Harvester Trust" LM question, and cites facts which H clearly indicate that neither of M thu leading Republican candi- H dates for president has profited M to any extent by dragging the M question into tho campaign, but H that instead both may have M abundant cause to regret having H made any mention of it. M "Strictly speaking, in tho dis- B solution suit instituted against H tho International Harvester Com- H pany by tho Federal Depart- H ment of Justice at corporation H will be one trial; but in the B minds of the people who have H been reading the nowspaper dis- M cussionuof "tho Harvester Trust m Case," three defendants await B a vordict thd Trust, tho Presi- B dent of tho United States, and ...

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