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I IB VOLUME XX. ' ' C-1DAR CITY, UTAH, R&JAY, FEBRUARY 21. ,1918. . ... NUMBER 10 H
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f RECORD OCCUPIES '
J . ITS OWN BUILDING
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91 l is Now Located in New Home in t Business Center,,
H Where It Is Better Prepared to Serve the
Ik
M ''". People Scores of Friends Call and "
j Extend Congratulations.
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M rSuring .the first three days of
tj the week The Record was en-.
, J t jgaged 'in moving its printing
), (plant to the new Record bulld-
ing'oli Main street. While hot
j$ f yet fully uirjanged, we( are. doing
' 'if business 'as usual.
r J , .The Record now. has, one of
jt the.jmosfj model printing and
j :publisliingvsJhops in the country,
II in arrangement, appearance and
j I ' equipment. We . invite, all 0ur
j frieqds f;o ,cal and inspect the
1 1 ' new arrangnipnt and- witness the
jf, PRAISES LAND OF "
i IRON COUNTY
" W s ' Editor of Boxelder Journal visits
mi ;Newpaatle and Writes of Pos-
VjfaifeMA'sibUities 1ll)grJlSf $1
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Ui'"'' In its last issue, under the
a caption, 4Utah the Richest of
American States, "the Boxelder
I I Journal of 'Brigham City, had an
-y& article on the greatness of the
I f t state, about one-half of which
fe was devoted to Iron county.
jjjV The paper does not hesitate to
I L state that Iron county has as
k , great; a future in an agricultural
I M way fully equal to. that of Box
; p elder county, one ol the richest
J y, in the state. The paper, in part,
8 JJ Last Friday and Saturday the
J, i editor of the Journal, in com-
fi V pany with other parties, had
i U he pleasure of taking a trip
ii J through certain portions of the
kf state of Utah on a trip of ex-
ft ( ploration. -We did not lose any
1 bf the faith and confidence that
j a we had in Boxelder county but
't ' were certainly lead to believe
I !' that Utah has more wealth yet
If1 - to be r discovered than has been
) k.t dreamed of up to the present
J Jf time. There is room for greater
;;, .' development work thap one can
! $ possibly conceive of and a look
. into the future causes one to
j- 7 stop in wonder at what (the
h I thought might unfold to view.
I To leave for a moment our own
i v. county and its excellent unexcel-
lei opportunities we will give
m an account of the new fields
m explored last week, in one of
fjT 'the districts or Utah that hs
jl ' a future equal to that of Box-
F elder county in natural wealth.
MM When the San Pedro Los Ang-
tj eles and Salt Lake railroad was
K completed through southern Utah
III it traversed the Escalante Valley
il from the north to ..the southwest
It along the western side. This
I! was the lowest portion and qon-
II sequently a flat for the deposit
of salt and alkali. On the east
HI and south sides of the valley is
m a tract of ''land, containing more
Si. , than a hundred thousand acres of
m lad, This is one f tfea most
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'operation 'of "the mechanical
department.- .;....
" Within the short' time that we
have been in the new building
scores of friends have called and
congratulated the management1
on the .splendid appearapqc. of.
the interior and bthc convenient'
arrangement ' - Ji
. We again thank our fnendst
for their liberal -patronage. and
assure them even "Wetter service'
ih the jtyture than in tha past.
;' Lfibr'i Notes
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Books addajljl public library:
Given by Wwtlouchcn, three
congresiQnalf)rds Vol. 1, 2
and 3 of the. 58t congress. Also
index to samaJ
Loaned ly''$oli Macfarlane:
Bulfinche's ,)' gf Fable and
Beauties of j,MrthoIogy, Re
vised by -Sc&Ltl Paid for by
rental and trfevrcd to frpe
library shelve Celebritj', bj
Winston .OhiirdW I.
B. F. Knell,o.th& Knell auto
line has had;Hijar off for a few
days undergpijg a thorough
cleaning, but f n how running
again. . n!" ?
The new,;rtiiu;ncQ of Go'nroy
Wood ,on T$$ wl -Avenue is
rapidly narin 36mplet.ion. The
building is lpoi id in ondo'f the
best sections'" : tha city and
when co'mpIatlKMr: "-'Wood will
have aTiomeffl.whicfi lio may
feel justly proli'
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SENATOR HENRY W. LUNT
,Who is the author of several
important measures before the
present' legislature, the .latest of
which' is'dGsigned tof urther the
developments wells in the dry
land distriete6f thQ state.
hd MisVe's Nita'" and 'LaUra
L'ovv'dei4 of Pa'rowan were guests
this weetf df "Mrs. B. F. Rnell. "
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THE NEW H OME OP 'XUE IRON COUNTY RECORD
fertile sections of the whole
state of Utah. The soil is a fine
sandy loam with a depth of 80
feet in some' sections This
depth is determined by a well
that was sunk for water to sup
ply a pumping plant. Some
wells there are only 8 feet deep
and they have a good permanent
supply for culinary use. '
The land now is being reclaim
ed. Several hnudred acres have
been cleared and some crops
planted. The virgin soil is cov
ered with a heavy growth of
sage brush ranging in heighth
from two to eight feet. The
New Castle Land company has
secured 20,000 acres. A hotel
has been built and several new
cottages. The tract is fenced
and by means of a storage reser
voir and a canal, it will be placed
under irrigation. Hundreds of
home seekers are investing
there, and the railroad is prepar
ing to build to the new townsite
next year, spring of 1914. The
climate is about like the climate
of Brigham City.. It is higher
and the atmosphere much light
er, hence tne cold is not so op
pressive. The water will be on
the land in time .for irrigation
and already plowing is begun.
Mr.Brackon, formerly of the
Raymond-Bracken Auto com
pany of Salt Lake, is' on tfie
ground with automobiles to, es
cort hoMweakers ove the tract.
He also has a large gasoline
plow and ditcher and is kept
Very busy on the project.
, With the development of the
lands of Utah several hundred
thousand farmers are wanted.
Not only in Iron county is this
true but in Boxelder, county al
so. Several thoasandiacres cov
ered with dull grey sage, in Box
elder county, are waiting for the
magic hand of industry and there
is no need of any man being
idle. Nature's wealth-is begun
for development in Utah and
Utah's sons should do their por
tion of the work. We, too often,
wait until it is too late, then
complain about strangers secur
ing the cream. Fertile lands,
marble quarries, rich mines and
other great things are open be
fore the young man of Utah.
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SCHOOL CHILDREN
GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Thursday night in tho Ward
Hall the students of, the, fifth and
sixth grades of the public school
gave an entertainment to a
good sized and appreciative
audience.
The play was based on the
occurrences of Revolutionary
war days, and the children who
took part acquitted themselves
with credit '
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MORE TALK APROPOS
A RAILROAD
a . -"
Proposition is Made tho People
of Cedar City by Salt
Lake Route
As a result of the visit recent
ly of U. T. Jones of this city to
Salt Lake City, the San Pedro
railroad officials have submitted
a proposition to the people of
Cedar City for the construction
of a branch line to this place.
The railroad company agrees
to furnish the steel rails neces
sary to construct the line, and
two gasoline compartment cars
for use on the road, if the people
will do the required grading and
furnish the ties.
The matter has been referred
to the Commercial Club and will
be thoroughly investigated be
fore any conclusion is reached.
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The Beaver Press is the latest
paper in this section to bewail
the fact that Cedar City has se
cured a Carnegie library, and in
an article in the last issue says
that Beaver is ''just as able and
just as deserving" as Cedar City.
Wo should like to ask .the Press
if Beaver has been supportiag a
public library heretofore ; if not,
what grounds has she to claim to
bo "just as deserving?"
MMUT . I
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Information is Brotigtii (o United States ' H
By "Edgar" Lunt and Party Wlto i M
INCREASING ANTKtalCAtf XfBM : 'H
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Both Rebels and, 'Federals1 are1 ,, M
Turninjf Against Americans '" i
Great Indignities Practiced 1
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In a special message from ,EP , H
Paso, -Tex., tho information Jis H
conveyed that a bitter" feeling1 H
against the' "Mormon ' 'cdlonists H
has arisen within tho last? f ow 'u 1 H
weeks by both" rebels and fedf' 1
erals. The message vcontainsHhev IlH
name of 'Edgar " Lunt, who is iH
believed to be'Edgartoh Lunt, a ;
brother Kbf Senator1 Lurif and' ,M
several df the othei well-known ' 11
residents-of this' city. Themes ,1
sage is as follows: iH
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 17. Mor l
mons yet renlaining in Mexico' 1
must, be taken out by auto or I'flH
they will be subjectdd to greater
indignities than the American ' IH
colonists in Mexico have suf- ' !H
fered in the past. This is, the' 'vfl
message brought out of Mexioo- , '
by, George Look, Dr. W. U(W&, , i
rect from the Mormon cblbnis V 1b!
by auto. They say that federals v ' b!
and rebels alike are burning jj
houses and fences belonging to H
Mormons and that General' (bI
Antonio Rabago, commander of 1 H
the federals in the state of Chi-' ;H
chuahua, has issued an anti-Am-'
erican warning for all the :H
"gringoes" to keep out of Mex- ''!
ico. En route to El Paso from'
Ascension, Look was robbed of H
$500 by Emilio Campa, the re- i"
stored rebel leader; who in now I H
with Salazar. Look says' 'that ' '!
Colonia Diaz and Ascension .' M
were burned by Rojas arid 'not'
Gomez, and contrary to Salazar-s'-' H
orders. Because of this Rojas H
has been sent to Sonora. R
Salazar's rebels are now at- 'M
Ascension in the Mormon dis- M
trict, and Emelio Vasquez Gomez1 M
the new provincial president of M
Mexico, who has just been pro-' . M
claimed by the rebel chiefs, is M
at'Ojitos, near Ascension. M
A little son of Albert Lundell H
is suffering from diptheria. It ,H
is the first case of the disease in i lM
the city in more than a year. , H
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. s, I H
Lundell sympathise with them ,
in their trouble. H
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REPRESENTATIVE DAY ON
IMPORTANT COMMITTEES ,
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Representative Day of Iron fl
cdunty has been signally honored , '
by the house of representatives
by being made a member of I '
several of the most important -M
committees of the House. (
Mr Day isa member of the I
committee on committees, which- j J I
has charge of the seledtion of I I
the many committees pf the. '
House, is a member of the '-edu- I
cation, fish and game, live I
stock, and xules committees and , I
a member and chairman of the .' I
committee on public utilities. J I
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