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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iron County record. — 17 May 1912

!.-. ' ffifflESIAT : BE JUSTIFIED Wc are accustomed to hearsel- fishness arraigned by preachers and moralists as a vicious char acteristicone to be conscien tiously eradicated. They seem to regard it as the root of all ev il; and most likely it is. But talk all they may, selfishness I never has been eradicated from human nature and probably nev &r will be. " Selfishness after all has its us es. If it is the root of evil, it is i' - lsothe root of much that is I good; and there is reason to doubt if the world could get along without it. Selfishness is at the bottom of most human ac tivities, and as a motive force may be used to produce justifia- .- ble results. Statesmen and pub- ,-' 'tj:,' licists learned long ago that it is ;f??" almost impossible to sway any ' V? c." ' large number of peoplo by an ar- "i gument which does not make , . more or less selfish appeal. . vi- To admit that the mainspring ' '.;. of human activity is governed ''--ji more by selfishness than any oth- , ...

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. — 17 May 1912

H The Iron County Record H " The Leading Newspaper of Southern Utah. H Established December, 1803. H Incleponclont O - Mar-'il H A. I). Alcdulre . . . Hdltor mill Alflnsgcr H )nlernl at Ui1'Mo-ce nt Crdnr City, Utah, Brcnml CIjim Mutter, H SUHSCKH'TION $l.fiO a Yeau H Ail1rrH all cimimutilciiilmift to th IWIlor hiiiI make oil ItemltUncrs B juynlila to Hie Hrconl. Ilily mlvrrtulnir mtet ijuotfcl on rrriiet H r,iwl .in.l ClilHrl notice 10c a Hue far the flrl iiui-rtlon and a M line for each mit)riiinl Insertion. H 1M.1.JAY. MAY 17. ljg. H Delay of Court Decisions, B Theru is no disputing that some means should B be found to expedite the machinery of tho courts, H especially that of tho higher, or appellate, courts. M Delays in the lower courts are usually attribut es able to one or the other of the parties to an action, M who, forsomo reason best known to himself, seeks B every possible delay in bringing the cause to trial. H Rarely do trial courts, by any artifice or indiffcr H enco ...

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. — 17 May 1912

(A v City and Local Happenings Miss Blancho Bleak of Para-1 gonah visited friends in Cedar , ' City a fw days this week. Miss Ruby Naegle of Toquer ville is visiting in the city with her sister Mrs. Parley Dalley. Mrs. Vilate Naegle of Toquer ville is in the city visiting her! daughter, Fannie Klienman, who is attending the Branch Normal. W. R. Palmer, one of our most popular merchants, suffered an attack of onsilitis last week which kept him from his office for several days. . -" . District Attorney E; H. Ryan was in Fillmore attending the Millard county District court several days last week, and on Thursday made a flying trip to Salt Lake City. Bishop and Mrs. Esplin of Orderville are in the city to pay . a visit to their daughters who are attending the Branch Nor mal, and while here are staying at the home of Principal and Mrs. G. W. Decker. I Attorney W. F. Knox of Beav-' er was in Cedar City last Tues- day on his way to Pine Valley to look after legal matters. It is rumored tha...

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. — 17 May 1912

Hi I PlLICLAIO I JEHUS H HOMESTEADS. B It is the established practice H of the Department to issue pat- B i cnt to the hoirs generally of a B deceased entryman, if there be M no widow, or minor children en- B titled to claim under section H 2292 R. S. Or if it be shown in B the record prior to issue of pat- B cnt that the entryman has irado B a will purporting to devise his B interest in the entry, then the B patent is issued to the heirs or B dovisees of the deceased cntry- B man when there is no widow, or B minor children to claim under H section 2292 R. S. It is loft to fl the local courts to determine in B such cases who the heirs are B and what their individual inter- H eata may be. B Upon the death of an entry- B man leaving no widow, his heirs B have the right to make additional B homestead entry under the pro- B visions of section 3 of the "en- B largcd homestead act.' Citing Alice C. St. John (38 L.. D. G77) and Lillio E. Sterling (.'10 L. D. :mg). Bi Tho term entry means t...

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. — 17 May 1912

f LEGAL NOTICES. Notice to Water Users. State Engineer's Office, Salt 'Lake City Utah, April 25, 1912. Notice is hereby given that W. L. Cook, whose post office address is Salt Lake City, 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 approp riate six thousand 6,000 acre-feet of water from Little Salt Lake, Iron County, Utah. Said water will be diverted at a point which bears north 34 degrees 50 minutes west 800 feet distant of the west quarter corner of Section 36, Township 33 south, Range 10 west, Salt Lake base and meridi an, from where it will be con veyed by means of a canal and Dry Wash Canyon, for a distance of 7,000 feet and there stored during the period from August 1 of each year, to July 31, inclu sive, of the year following, in a reservoir embraced in Sections 27 and 28, Township 33 south, Range 10 west, Salt Lake base and meridian. The center of the impounding d...

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. — 17 May 1912

Hi I1 I News Fom Nearby Towns I Kanarraville. H Kanarrn, May In. H( VVo have more water coming H down now than for tho past 25 H ycarH, from melting snow. H diaries Parker, Jr., Consta- bio, went to Cedar City today B taking Wesley Grovcsto bo ex H nmi'ncd as to his sanity. I Win. Staplcy, son of Jas. S. H Staplcy, arrived here from H Hinckley last night to assist his brothers and father with their H farms. I Rfjos J. Williams &Sons loaded H thoir wool for Lund, Monday of H this week. The other Williams H boys did not gowith their wool H this week., as they had to get H thoir sheep on to their lambing H ground, but oxpect to load the H fore part of next wcok. H John S. Woodbury, manager H of- tho Iron County Telephone H Co., has boon horo and at Har- mony this week moving the H phono lino along the main traV B oled roads between here and B Harmony. Tho lino will not bo B in operation before Saturday, B possibly not until Monday. B NORMAL N0TES B Though wo woro badly beaten B in ...

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. — 24 May 1912

I VOLUME XIX. CEDAR CITY, UTAH.JgRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912. NUMBER 24 H READY TO BUILD ROAD. Senator Clark Offers to Build Road to Haul Ores of Iron County iALLEIESlllffiSS MEN t At Banquet to Western Men Says He is 1 Ready, and Possibilities are Great. iu . t . . E' , . In a recent letter to his son-in-t . ' law, H. E. Peterson of this city, Ijvi'C President Perry of the Kansas P'- ' City, Clinton & Springfield rail l - road, one of the Missouri branch L lines of the Frisco system, en l closed a cipping from the Globo id Democrat of St. Louis, which ft gives the substance of a banquet f tendered by Senator Clark of Montana to a number of promi L .. nent Western friends before his i'v ' departure for his home in Mon I' s- tana. F ' From the statements made by Senator Clark, it is evident that he fully appreciates the possibi- 'j - ilties of Iron county and stands ready, in fact is anxious, to build r v a branch road to the iron moun tains west of this city. All that is needed to insur...

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. — 24 May 1912

I HiiiT" JUVENILE OFFENSES H Youngsters of I'aragoiah Charged H With Destroying Property, Bat H Evidence InsufficieHt. H Probation Officer Wilkinson in H vcHtlgnted charges against two H boys aged about 1G years, at Par H agonal), last week, charged with 1 breaking windows and damaging H! property a short distance from H town, with a 22-cal. rifle. The H ovidence submitted was not suf M flcicnt to substantiate the H charge, and the boys were re 's leased. Whether or not tho boys H in this case were guilty, The H Record cannot of course presume H to say; but one thing wo are cer H tain of, and that is that there are m too mnny boys of immature years B permitted to use 22-cal. rifles H and flippers to tho damage of H property. Tho telephone com K panics are among tho heavy Buf M fqrors from this sort of amuso H ment, tho annual oxpenso for re H placing insullators shot to pieces H being no inconsiderable sum. It H is time that somo of tho mis H creants wore caught and pun 's ished for...

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. — 24 May 1912

k - i';sJ Notice to Water Users. State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah. April 25, 1912. Notice is hereby given that W. L. Cook, assignee of D. D. Houtz, whose post office address is Salt Lake City, 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 approp riate six thousand (6,000) acre feet of water trom Little Salt Lake, Iron County, Utah. Said water will be diverted at a point which bears north 34 degrees 50 ' minutes west 800 feet distant of the west quarter corner of Sec i tion 36, Township 33 south, Jlange 10 west, Salt Lake base -and meridian, from where it will be conveyed by means of a canal i( -and Dry Wash for a distance of 7,000 feet and there stored dur ing the period from August 1 of I sach year, to July 31, inclusive, t -of the year following, in a res- ' ervoir embraced in Sections 27 '$ ' and 28, Township- 33 south, Range 10 west, Salt Lake base j and me...

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. — 24 May 1912

B m n , , - - jmm .. . . m The Iron County Record M The Leading Newspaper of Southern Utah. H Established December, 1893. H Indoponcluiit O "KKfo""'"0 H A. 0. AlcOtilro , , . Udltor mid Mnnagcr H tfntcrett nt llm INwtofTiM at Ctri.ir City, Utah, a Second CtM Matter B Suhsckii'tion $1.50 a Yeah H AiMtrxK all communication to (ha IWIIof unit make all llemlttaitceit jtantite lei the Hrconl, l)lly tvtrtllnir rate quoted on requet B laical anil Clamilllrtl notice 10c a line for ttie flrxt lumrtlon anil Ac a H lino for each mitxuqueitt Imtertlon. H 30R1DAV, MAY 24. 10 J 2. M Gubernatorial Candidates H Regardless of politics or partisan reasons, we H believo Governor William Spry is entitled to a Hj second term, He has been a governor in every H sense of tho terma man big enough for the job H of chief executive of a sovereign state. He has H made a governor to which every citiV.cn could point H with a feeling of pride and say, "he is governor H of my state." Everywhere and on every occasio...

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. — 24 May 1912

City and Local Happenings Mrs. J. H. Root of Lund is vis . iting in this city with Mrs. Jos. S. Fife. FOR SALE. Purebred Jersey bull. E. J. HIGBEE. Jos. Piatt of Pinto was a wel come caller at The Record office last week. For Sale at a bargain good , s team of mares. ,; J. DAVID LEIGH. Royal S. Gardner this week removed from this city to his home in Pine Valley. MnLeigh requests that we con veyEisbest wishes to all the readers of The Record. The Clark-Andelin Recital will be given in the auditorium of the Branch Normal Saturday night. Tuesday morning of this week a baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Watson. Miss Cora Jones has returned to her home in this city after having spent the winter teaching in Nevada. A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mr3. Jas. Bul lock Thursday moring. The Record extends congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stubbs are the proud parents of a new baby boy which arrived during the past week. Buy a coupon good for $1.20 in trade at t...

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. — 24 May 1912

I IHTERESTIKG CONFERENCE OF RELIEF SOCIETY! H arowan Stake of L I). S. Chnrch H Well Represented. I'roniiot H McmbJts Present. H The Relief Society of tho Paro- H wan Stake held last Tuesday in , H the Tabernacle in thin city, was j B pronounced a success in every I way. Two members of tho gen-1 m cral board of tho Relief Society H were in attendance Mrs. P. S. H Richards and Mrs. P. T. Pars- H worth of Salt Lake City. Their B rido from Lund to Cedar was M not a very pleasant one on ac- j count of the dust, it being an cx- M coptionally windy day, but the B auto made excellent time, and B they wore soon comfortably lo- B cated at tho Cedars Hotel under fl tho caro ot that most capable B hostess, Mrs. C. G. Bell. Next B morning they arose feeling fersh B and in good spirits. Tho first B meeting convened at 10 a. m. B with President Mary E. Ollorton B presiding. Tho choir and con- B grcgation sang and prayer was 1 offered by Bishop Mathcson, B following which the congrcga- H tion join...

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. — 24 May 1912

- - WMBnHHMMHHHaniaNMHHHMHMIMMiHgl LEGAL NOTICES. Notice to Water Users. State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 25, 1912. Notice is hereby given that W. L. Cook, whose post office address is Sqjt Lake City, 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 approp riate sixthousancDG.000 acre-feet of water from Little Salt Lake, Iron County, Utah. Said water will be diverted at a point which bears north 34 degrees 50 minutes west 800 feet distant of the west quarter corner of Section 36, Township 33 south, Range 10 west, Salt Lake base and meridi an, from where it will be con veyed by means of a canal and Dry Wash Canyon, for a distance of 7,000 feet and there stored during the period from August 1 of each year, to July 31, inclu sive, of the year following, in a reservoir embraced in Sections 27 and 28, Township 33 south, Range 10 west, Salt Lake base and meridian...

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. — 24 May 1912

I News From Nearby Towns I ! Parowan Hj Parowan, Utah, May 21,. H The Sunday School convention H of the Parowan Stake convened H Sunday morning with a good H attendance from most of the H wards. Very interesting mcet- H ingn were held and timely in- H Btruction given in all the depart- H mont work, hy the visiting mem- H hers of the General Board. H Walter C. Mitchell returned H last Friday from Pine Valley, H , some 30 miles north west of H Lund, where he and his brother Hj George are developing a new H i farm. Ho reports the outlook H for crops thoro, very encourag- H ing. Thoy havo about 70 acres H of new land under cultivation. H The town biys who have been H shearing at Lund havo rctrncd. A dance was given in tho H Opera IIcuso lust night. H "' Mrs. Thomos Rowley under- H went an opetation yesterday. H Mr. J. M. Haltcrman is out H again after a sovero illness. H Tho Equitable Co-op. mill H hands will leave in tho morning for tho mill, to commenco saw H ing lumber. I THE SILT! I...

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. — 31 May 1912

I? Uniroreliy of TTtnh 1 11 BBH Iron CouNf y Record. I I .VOLUME XIX. CEDAR CITY, UTAHlNlDAY, MAY 31, 19J2, NUMBER 25 H l i- - .. - - . i ! i i .,. - . i n Mi, ,1., i i .fci-., .- - s . ' im ... - - - . . bbbbbbbh I BUSY WEEK FOR I NORMAL SCHOOL I - iCta'ng Days f Most Successful Year I m History of Sctol. Fifed I With Many Events, HtSNOP SPALB1N6 IEL1VEK5 SEtlWW I ; President Kingsbury of Unlver ; sity Present at Banquet and. Graduating Bxercls. f . Today the Branch Normal &; School closes one of the best IJL .years in the history of the insti- " tution. The week has been a ' " strenuous one in a social way for F froth the faculty and students. The baccalaureate sermon was tHHPw ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbh ft-' BBBBNbHheBBmiP'"'''':' rlcii'uBBBI f& bbbbbbbbbbbk r- y LbbbS .lMa iiillMBBBBBBBBBBBgffHBBMlBBBBBBBBBBli MBBBttJBBBBBBBBBBHHBftMBBBBBaBBBaBBf' -'tBBP bbsbbbbbbbHbIbbbbbkbbbbbbbbbbbbbb i bbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbvtbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI I Bishop F. S Spaldingf I delivered by Bishop...

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. — 31 May 1912

I VALUABLE PRIZE FOR I BEST H WHEAT m dinnce for Fanners of Southern Utah M To Demonstrate Fertility H of Soil. H The eyes of the world, cspec- H ially that portion interested in H the development of dry-farming, H are looking forward to the Intcr- H national Dry-Farming Congress H to he held in Lcthhridge, Al- H borta, Canada, October 21st to 2(ith. m From the early efforts at dry H farming, first undertaken in the H arid states of the United States, H the movement has developed, . H until today nearly every country ; H und nation is interested in the H problem of raising crops on B lands that until recently were! H considered practically worthless, mjhiy nations desire to participate; Already Eight Foreign Natrons Asyc Reserved Quarters for Cxtcnsivc Exhibits Word has been received by the Panama-Pacific International Officials at San Francisco that Costa Rica would participate in the 1915 Universal Exposition. That country is the eighth foreign nation that has accepted President T...

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. — 31 May 1912

8. v W illllfl ijt if fl If - fc IH Hua J v'' LEGAL NflTlfiFR and meridian. Tho water will 4't,f tltff j HtV'"' MttHWfww-tttttwwf ; be diverted by means of a dam, .. SL. Sbw LH Notice to Water Users. ! pipe line and canal for a distance i iffiSn &$&!!& '))V2t l H 1:V State Engineer's OfTice, Salt of 6,500 feet and there used dur- ': F yl "7?W 1,fel &'. ' '" Lake City, Utah, April 25, 1912. ing the period from January 1 - W'xMv Jsk fj( f5r 1;: 'il ;? Notice is hereby given that W. to December 31, inclusive, of :: IfoXv Sn&Kfik nJk 1:: LI ;l',;ty L.Cook, whose post office address each year, to irrigate 320 acres ' : jtmWy'WwS ymHYmnS SSrAlVMvX l:: il " -V is Salt Lake City, Utah, has of land embraced in Sections 29 ' .JiT IW A j?yW ILlI 7 J s. (PW7 TWi I'' H made application in accordance and 30, Township 32 south, - Iv4Ajl $m U 'MS Hi Y Ji l;: Lfl with the requirements of the Range IS west, Salt Lake base H SHJM-fm& g I J cp5i3h ll V jl I VMft fi: H Compiled L...

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. — 31 May 1912

Bi i ii i i ii i i 1 The Iron County Record B The Leading Newspaper of Southern Utah. Hj Established December, 1893. i IndopotHlont O gurommtiB W A. I). Alc(Julro , , . lid I tor and Manager H lUterctt ut IIir I'ltMoffice at Cedar City, Ulalt. an Hecond Claa Mailer I, Subscription $1.50 a Year j i AfMrcM all communication to the Jklltor nnd make all Kcntltuncr j payable to the Hrccnl, lllaplajr advertlalitif rate quoted oil requeal m Local mid CUaolflttl nutlcea 10c a' line for tlie Aral Inaertlon and 6c a H; line for rich nnlHifqnent Iniwtrllon. B ' WRl DA Y, MAY III . 1 1)12. H Judicial Recall H' ' ' Tho judicial recall agitation has become a mat- H tcr of national political concern. Tho delay of the H law in the matter of legal actions involving in- H terests of public concern, commonly known as H "the law's dolay," has aroused the public to a H demand for a change, that gives promise of H sweeping everything beforo it. H Theodore Roosevelt, one of the leading Rcpub- H lican cand...

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. — 31 May 1912

1 1 t City and Local Happenings Mr. an! Mrs. Ernest Fife of Henrievillo are in the city to attend the racing tournament. George Judd of LaVerkin, representing the LaVerkin fruit farm, was in town the early part of the week on business. Principal and Mrs. G. W. Decker entertained the gradu ates and their partners at a lawn social Wednesday afternoon. The Misses Lyle and Ella Fos ter and Tillie Winsor of St. George are in the city this week to attend the Normal exercises. Mr. Randall Jones who has been teaching in the Murdock academy at Beaver, returned to his home in this city Thursday. Miss Mame Parry and, mother returned from the North last Tuesday, and report having spent a very pleasant vacation. Saturday at 10 o'clock, a game of baseball will be played in City " park between Beaver and Cedar City teams. A good game is promised. Miss Cnrrie Neilsen who bos been employed in a mercantile '' : establishment at Mirersville, is -i,, in tjio city to attend the Normal grduuting aexcrcis...

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. — 31 May 1912

H Bank Report. ted in the State Engineer's office Noticed Water Users lpgS6g6SSS " ! H Report made to the Bank Com- MJ.0, j5, . ' . , SUte EngiWr's Office, Salt! j M M miBflioncr of the State of Utah, . All pro csta aga.i.st the grant- Tko City. flfch. May 21, 10ia & PtlfmhinO 51111 H5ltinO- K of the condition of the Bank of w of said application, stating Not!coVhereby given that tIUmPing' 110 Mealing 3 H Iron County located at Parowan, the, reasons therefor, must be Q w d c, k w L TO - - 88 ; in the County of Iron, State of maf & f ijjf0 whose post office address is 1 Complete Plumbing, Installation 33 H Uta. at fc" c'os of buslncss on n ,n thoffl, w,th,n Parowan, Utah, have made ap- 1 of Heating Plants & "IK . Complete Water Systems for Cities H RESOURCES. A. requirements of the Compiled g x T . . T m .., c,n Cx$ iHH t vT 7 1 - , notice. , T Tta mnrr i i HR No Job too Large, None too bmall. )$?. H Loans and Discounts. .$72,109.75 PArpnTAMMPP Laws of Utah, 1907, as amen...

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