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H Iron County Record
HH CHARLES 8. WILKINSON
Hj ESTABLISHED DECEMBER, IBB3
H ENT6R60 AT THE CI D Aft CITY POST
H OFFICE At GECOND CLASS MATTCff
H OTHERWISE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
H SUBSCRIPTION $I.BO PER YEAR
BBI X ALWAYS IN AOVANCC
H SATURDAY, NOV. 14. 1903.
H . X NON PART1ZAN.
H' Complaint has liccn made by ccr-
H1 lain parties that the Record has not
R been non-partiz.Mi in its treatment
H of tho municipal election in this city.
H These who supported the Republican
Hj ticket claiming that the influence of
Hj thenaper was used in the interests
ft. of the oilier party. The facts in
H' the case arc these. Wc consider
H; - thtit in supporting the move that the
H people in our city were making for
H bettering of the moral and social
W Ctfudltiolirvswerc working in the
' interests of the entire ctnr.muuitv.and
not in the interests of any party or
H faction. All parties took part in
M the nominating of the Citizens ticket
M and each of the politicial parties
L that exist in the municipally were
kkw represented in its makeup. Four
H lcudiilg republicans, four prominent
C democrats and two socialists. Un-
H'. derthese conditions the ticket could
H " - not be considered to be any thing
H else than what it is called a "Citi-
Hl ssiis- Ticket." In order to have
B it placed on the ballot it was neces
M sary to give it a specific title, and
fl that cf Citizen's Party Ticket was
B cliosca as said title, it being welt uu-
T tlerstcod that the Citizen's Party
H vas not a permanent politicial orga-
M nization but only a special move on
B the ravtvpf the community to abol-.
B, isU the I licensing of the liquor
B traTibfrfnV'nsar as possible put a)
Bf Mefirio. the sale or disposal of iiitdxt
H trfi'ng beverages in Cedar city. We
H akc it to be the duty ot the press
H Co work for the interests of the com
mm -unit)' who support it, in taking
H - tUe course that we have taken in
H this matter wc have acted upon this
H - conviction, and if any thing that we
H tiYc said or done has contributed to
H the success of the cause of prohibU
H tion wc arc proud of the fact. Al-
H tcady the effects of this uprising of
H the community is to be seen in the
H freedom of our streets from drunken
H men, and the -closing of the saloon.
H'i Onr people are no worse than others
H similarly situated, and the preva-
H (ence of the drinking habit amongst
H us lately has been caused by the
H facilties for indulgence that licens
H ing the sale the sale of intoxicants
H lias presented. The idea that there
H would be as much drunkenness if
H there was no saloons in town as if
H there was, has been proven crrone-
H bus, and men who two years or so
H ago approved of licensing have be-
B come satisfied that it is a bad
H 'proposition not only fron a moral
B stand point, but the conviction
B ik gaining ground that there is
B 'no money in it.
Bj We learn from superintendent Ar-
B thur of Cedar Co-op that the price
B Of coal oil is higher than it has been,
B and that 40 cents per gallon will be
B charged in the the stores for it who
B tberbought by the gallon or in five
B gallon lots, as it can not be afforded
B (or less. This is another instance
B. of the evils of the profit system. Of
K course the local merchant has to
m charge in proportion to that which
H fifrhae to pay, and in the case of
H coal oil barely saves himself; and
H this is also the case with wholesale
H sate dealers to a great extent, but
W the company who owns the oil wells
H and the refiners, have no strings on
I them, except the law of supply and
H demand, and in the case of oil refin.
I --.Jnfc thc Standard Oil company lias
I "the situation so well in hand that it
'can control thc supply, till it brings
' the demand to such shape as it do
sires. There never was a timer in
'. the history of kerosene when the
! raw or unrefined article was so abun
! daut as it is.at'the present time; and
! yet with oil Wells, showing up in
', every direction :the price of the arti
cle goes .higher:; and this for the
purpose of putting more money in
the overilowinir coffers of the com
pany that'hasitshands on thc throats
of the people. And there is no limit
to the length to which robbery may
be carried 'under our present law
of trade. A great outcry has been
raised throughout the land against
the trusts, but the-effect is thc same
to the man who has to "stand and
deliver" whetherhc be held up by
one robber or by a dozen, if he is
compelled to give up his money.
The principle of co operation has
done much to cheapen commod
ities to the consumer and protect
him from the rapacity of the dealer
whose sole aim is that of profit, but
it will take a still wider application
of the doctrine than has yet been
made, to cure such evils as the one
.11 I.I ...y. !
Comtlaints are frequently made
with regard to the defacing and
taking down of notices and other
documents that are posted up in
our streets. In preparing the regis
try lists for the present election the
registry officer has been under the
necessity of borrowing . a copy of
thc registry list of the last election
on accountof this sort of yandalism.
It is possible that mucluof this class
of mischief is the result of ignor
ance, but the plea that he did not
know that there is a law to punish
such acts, would be a very poor de
fense for a person to make that. was
caught destroying or defaciri'g no
tices. Whoever indulges jh this
practice evidences a disregard f6r
the rights of others that is wrong on
its face and shows a disposition to
do wrojig. Parents should teach
their ch'tylrrf to -Jefthhfc, class, .of
property,' as.welj fis.aU oijier classes
of property that do 'not belong to
them, alone. And -the fear of the.
law should not be the only restrain
ing influence; a due regard for the
rights of others should be at the
bottom of their course in these matter.
Tho CHleon informs its renders that
tho UemocrnlB hnvc bcorcd a victory of
8 to 'J In American Fork. The Demo
crats urepocially elated owing to thc
fact that this is their first innings
Mutual liotr was reorganized last
Mouday flight, T. V. Jones and Mis,s
Ada Wood na directors. Mr Jones
seems to be coming to thc front in mu
sical matter. He may bo seen every
Sunday widdiug the baton in front
of thc sabbath school.
At Heaver tho Republicans elected
the mayor, recorder, justice and two
councilors of the city council. Heaver
City heretofore belonged exclusively to
tho Democrats, and the Kcpubllciins
nr.o greatly elated by their success. The
mayor elect goes in for wnter-worlts
nnd electric lights,
Mrs. Thomas Taylor intends residing
in Salt Lalto City in tho future. A load
of her furniture was shipped a day or
two since and wo learn that she will
follow in a few days. Mrs. Taylor has
resided in Cedar for nearly twenty
years, and has the respect of the entiro
comrauuity. We will be sorry to lose
her. Her daughter Mrs. Xollie Stump,
will accompany her. Mrs. Stump is
the city treasurer, and like her mother
is highly respected.
MOM SOUTH AFRICA.
ffaw Way of Utmg Chamberlain' t
Gonngh Remedy. r
Mr. Arthur Chapman writing from
Durban, Natal, South Africa, savs: "As
a proof that Cuamborlaln'u Cough Rem
edy is a euro suitable for old and young
I pen you tho following: A neighbor
ofmino had a child just over two
months old. It had a very bad cough
and tho parents did not know what to
giro it, I suggested that If they would
got & bottla of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and put some upon the dummy
teat tho baby was sucking it would no
doubt euro tho child. This they did
and brought about a quick relief and
cured tho baby."
For.teale by all Dealers.
g CURTIS HOUSE,
K MISS JOSI CIWTIS ?'"
5 A home lilfoplace for trav-
J elcrs. Good Sample Room,
Bath Room and Stabling. S
g HATGS REASONABLE. j
j 1st West St. Parowan, Utah. S
I PAROWAN DRUGSTORE, S
JOHN T. MITCHELL, PROP. j
; Drugs, Paten Medicines, .5
V Toilet Articfes. l'er- j
X fume?, Etc., Etc 0 o &
' Famous Lugltllu Fountain Pens 3
iv ' H
te Physicians' Prescriptions Jj
" Carefully Compounded. $
SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES
& SALT LAKE R'Y. I
Trains Ituu Dally an Follows:
3:30 11. m leave CallcntM arrive 1 :55 i.m.
6:10 " . . MiHleua leave lOiMaiu.
9:10 ' Vr'vo Mil fort Irava7:l5a.ui.
0:50 " "fcavo " arrhu6:50 "
1:35 a. in. " Clear take lrave2:A5 "
2:iS " " oal ' 2:15 "
Otm " ' Veobl " OMrtii, m
7:55 " ' Proro ' 7: "
9:3-' " " Salt Lake " C:05 "
Train arriving at Salt LakcmaWnllrcct con
licotloimfor all tuliitacat.nurtliaiid went.
Si; l Lake City
Easy to take and easy (o act is
that famous little pill DeVitt's I
.Ittltt Early Risen. This Is due to 1
ho (act that they (onto the lver in- I
V sicken, jvirt.i A?'m deljdato I
"? intf .y'?'1l!,rtW.-ln
eiulfc-iriaijiuonowha .uies them Is I
lisippolniod. They cure torpid liver,
ionstlpation, bllloiuness, jaundice, 1
leidtche, malaria and ward o(f pneu- M
nonla aad fevers. I
HSfAKCD ONLY BY
C. C. DtWITT A 0., CHICAGO 1
Don't Ftrfiit tht Hamt. J
1'ifteon tonBoflucevn hfl, one good
three and h quarter wagon. Inquire of
The regular price of the Salt Xalco
Seinl'Weelily Tribune ia SI. .r0 per j'ear,
hut by subscribing now you can get it
until May 31, 005 for tho price of one
year. y talcing immediate atlvantago
of this offer the paper will cost j'ou but
2 cento a weelc or 1 coot-n copy. Cheap
enough1 Isn't it?
Mr. "Dot" Itouody of Kunab who
has been working for Andrew Corry,'
has been taken ill with tho fever that
linn bee a go common hero lately, and is
now at the "Leigh" house with his
mother in attendance; tho lady liav
Ing been sent for to tako care of her
Doesn't Respect Old Ago.
It'a ehamefol when youth falU to
show proper rospect for "old age, but
just the contrary In "the. case of Dr.
King'a New Life Pills. They cut oil
waladioj no matter how sovcrc and ir
reipectlvj of old age. Dyflpopsln, Jaun
dice, Fever, and Constipation all yield
to thli perfect Pill. Prlco 25c.
For sale by H. P. Knell.
No family should be without a good
city paper when fch a one. as the
Salt Lake Sewl-Weeldy Tribune can be
obtained nearly eighteen months for
11.50 or about leent tor each ten or
twelve page paper- Soml tno Tribune
31.50 anil the paper wM bo sent vou
Uvlco a week until May 31, 1005.
WJille the workman were blasting
rock on the Normal ground yesterday
piece of atone weighing about 15
pounds was blown through two of tho
Assembly-room window, passing dla
penally JcnHW the corner of the room
from soutfi to west. One of tho btu
dents wis in tho corner of the room nt
the time but although he Uhl not .like
the situation he had not time to got
aay until the rock had passed.
Hiifi' "iim i i iMii7i" '
i I GEDAH CITY DRUG ST0E. j
II m . U I
U 'fi ' il DEALERS IN .
i jjsn purc Drugs,
: Toilet Articles,
? Choice Cutlery,
Mc Hot Water Bottles, j
HT Doctors' Prescriptions
&&jij.&& Carefully Compounded 'by a
" I Registered Pharmacist
BENJ. F. KNELL, Proprietor. j
A. N. 3TEPHENS, THE PHOTOCnAPHEH
Is In town where he will remain for thc next few days. O
NOW is the time to get ft JJ ffft to Photos. Qnllery, ist I f
door north of Murle's, y U U HJnlsh on all Photos. ; ,"&.
'i Rates Reasonable. Come now, don't wait until the last day. '.?
T " V"
J Professional Cards J
E. H. RYAN, I
ATtORNEY AT LAW
Furniture Bleck, - Cedar City.
GEO. B. GENWOOD
Oencrat Office and Court practice
...o khtic. n
j' WAVKK-, . '-' ! IliTA. 1 .
W, P. KNOX, ,f
Will practice In all Courts of the Slate.
JtliAt'liR CTW - UTAH.
....l'hone Ko. 4
r Win. Ilouchcii J, II, Arthur
) HOUCHEN & ARTHUR (
A Nitlnrloit I'uMIc, T. iiul anil Allnlnj; ik
f Attornoyi. f
f SURVEYORS. -4
A All T.iiml mill MlnliiKlitifiliii'iin l'rnuiiit-i
f ly tilliilrt to, List ymr Ufiil Kxnito f
A mill MIiiIiib I'mjirrty with Hit. A
T Notary rulillu AUrnjd In ofTlcc.
f Olllco In 9
A ICXI'i:KS 11I.1)0. Cc.lur City, Utah. A
DR. E. SMITH
la now permanently located In Cedar
City, prepared to do all classes of
Donttjtry. Work of. tho County
nnd surrounding- districts solicited.
Parlors; 2nd Floor Furnilurcwlpck.
CEDAR CITY. . . - . UTAH.
STATE LAND rloficS
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 25, 1003.
1o Whom if Ma concern;
Tho state ot malt having f elected an part of
ItHtrrnnt for the cstaWUIiment and mainte
nance (if an ItiHtltutlim fur the Illlml under the
12th cectlou of the Act o ConRrumi aiiprovcd
July lb, 1891. the following described tmem, re
turupd by the United .Staten KurTejor-dencral
aw Mineral land, notice In hereby clven that the
Haidstnte velll KubtniliiruofaH to the character of
thi'flald laud, before the HeuUter and Receiver
t thUnfllcr.on the tint day of December, 1903,
at 10a. m., vlti
SKJf BKW, NVV SKM, NU SV, JW!
NW.if. Rectlou B. tiiwiulilii 3tl south, ranire 10
west, 8. L,. Mcr., Utah.
All troti cUlmlnjr any portion of Mid d.
(crlbentractRnimlncraW ; Und.ordnlrlneto
prolrnt or object lo the irlectlon thereof by the
lti-re herelivtiinimoned to appear on that,
dairaud tiilimlt testimony in auppott of their
claim i.r nblcctloiu.
PRANK D. HOBIIS,
ORO, A. AM1TH,
riwt Oct 3.-I.at Nov. 21.
State nf Utah, Cuunty of Iron, In the Cedar
Clly Precinct. ,..,,., .
I have In my jHrtscisslnn the follmvlnir de
ncrltH-d animal, which It not claimed and tak.
en away will 1 fold at public auction to the
lilfhenl caali bidder, at my corral In Cedar
City prifclnct on Friday, the Wth day of Nov.
1V0S, at the hour of HI o'clock a. mi
One llg-rit Man (fray home, five year old,
rlif ht hind foot white, branded ST
More New !
! Goods. I m
; ; v Be Sure and 1"
:: Call. J f '
;; Yes weliavujtistunpaclfcdaflnci ; fe
;; Hno of Winter Skit-Li, Jnukcta, ! ,
! I Wraps and l1! vsi Lad lea' Winter ! ! H : -
; Undetwcai and Wlutut Mllltn- J f
;; ury f f f f t tji k
: , 5 ; f. .
!Vo i-ooolv SnoRoodarovory. ',',' U
, , ten days direct fnfrkiiti --- -. tr
; markets and keep In touch ':mmmmmmmmmffgW
I', with tho lattwt Htylis and pjtt ' ! "fT""' "H
II terns. If you want to keep up P
with tho Union ijet your sup h
'.'. piles here. t t t '.'. V?''
: : ; ; I
:: Mrs. Aclelia Murie. :: f
:; Cedar City, Utah. I;
Cedar, City, - Utah, jj:j
t D. C. URIE, PROP. I'
;';! Good ttsHortinont of ' r
tf Frexh Meats uhvuys " jT.
on hand. Nlco fresli ii Pt -
;;; stock of Grouorltis. o :: "If
Everything neat and clean! f"
; Your Trade Solicited. J '
NOTICE. I I V
u 4 I
All persons liavlng- rooms to ;:j- I
; rent, nnd all students desiring jj: A,.' . -
;'',', nppartments, should confer with f
':)': O. n.IIrackcn, Cedar City, Utah, ; :: I
:: wJio has been selected to have J f
: diargo of this work. :;i 1
lJy order of Coiniulttcc. :;; 1
N. T. I'OUTKIt. : : f' '
Prlnellranch Normal School. ls,
Is H" -
ACOODHAME. " ' '
From porsonal experience I tQStify '
that Dc-Wltt's Little Early .Hlsors ro
unequalcdas u llvor pllh Thoy arc-
rlfjhtly named hecauao they glvo-
atrenjfth and energy and do their work
with ease. W. T. Haatoti, Horne,,Tox.. "
Thousand of pooplo aro uslne these 4
tloy little pills In preference toallioth- f;',
ers, hecauao thoy aro so plou3ant and
efrectual. Thoy cure lilllotisnoo,. tor
pid liter, jaundice, sick headache, cotit
stlpatlon, etc. They do not purgaand.
weaken hut uluauan and alrcoirtheti.. '
For Sale by Cedar Sheep Asaln.. r ,,