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" IRON COUNTY RECORD, CKDAK CITY, UTAH. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. PAGE FIVE. 1
Director of Parks and Automobile
Uj , ' Associatio.il Jion In Project
of Linking AH Parks.
As ft means of educating the
American motorist on the beauties of
the United States as compared with
those of foreign countries, the move
ment on foot for the establishment
of a National Parkto-Park highway
t should receive the unqualified sup.
port of everyone interested in thu
furtherance of the best interests of
Under the auspices of the National
Park-to-Park Highway Association
there will leave Denver, Qolo., on
August 25 an expedition having for
its object the laying out of such u
highway. The contention of the ad
vocates of this National Park-to-Park
highway is that many millions of dol.
lars will be saved to this country an
nually if the grcnt American public
can be educated on the beauties of
their native land, especially west of
the Mississippi river, by the linking
up of these beauty spots by a contin
uous stretch of good roads.
After the route of this proposed
highway hns been laid out, it will be
up to the localities through which
the highway passes to put their roads
in such condition as will warrant the
extensive advertising of the Nntionnl
Undoubtedly with the backing of
such men as Secretary of tho Inter
ior John Bnrton Pnyne and Director
of Nntionnl Parks Stephen T. Mnther
and A. L. Westgard, field representa
tive of the American Automobile as-1
sociation, this year will see the be.
ginning of n system of highways
which will link our beauty spots to
gether in n way that is bound to send
tourists through them and inciden
tally snvo many billions of dollars
to this country now being 'spent in
Our slogan can then truly be: "See
America First." Salt Lake Herald.
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CO. P. DELEGATE FOR
A THIRYTY YEARS
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W. W. Driest of. Lancaster, Pa.,
14 tho champ dologate to Republl-
an national conventions. When
tie answered roll call this year at '
Chtc&fco It was the seventh time
, fee had answered "here," la 28
, &' era of "delogaUns.''
The little play entitled "Jane"
which was presented a short time ago
by the M. I. A. of both wards will be
presented ngain Wednesday evening
v at the Ward Hall. It is a most am
using and entertaining play and tho
Serformnnco this time will be much
otter given now as tho cast are well
up on their parts and spectators will
bo assured a treat. The proceeds will
go for the benefit of one of the mem
bers of the cast who will leave soon
on a mission and the play being in
uch a worthy cause should ho given
the hearty support of the townspeople
and such dramatic work is deserving
of hearty commendntion.
Beginning with Saturday, June 19,
and on ench Saturday following until
" further notice tho banks of Cedar
City will close at 12 o'clock noon.
'i. Bank of Southern Utnh.
' 9' Iron Commercial & Styrfngs Bank.
'Adv 3 wk.
SALE OF ESTRAY ANIMALS
State of Utah, County of Iron: To
Whom it May Concern:
I have in my possession the fol
lowing described animals, which if not
claimed and taken away, will be sold
at public auction to the highest cash
bidder at my corral in said CeVinr City
LJJtah, Monday Juno 21M920 at the
Jnr of 7 p. m., to wit:
Ono brown horse age about 1 year,
weight about GOO pounds, no brand
Ono sorrel work horse, hind and
right front feet white, white stripe in
fnce,' weight about 1200 pounds, age
12 years. No brand visible.
Ono white work horse, brand D
backwards and invorted T, weight
about 1200 pounds, ago about 12 yrs.
Said nnimnls wore taken up by me
on Friday the 11th day of June, A. L.
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
Notico is hereby given thnt Duck
', Creek, from the old sawmill to tho
, Sinks will bo closed ngainst fishing
for two yenrs from present date.
By order of State Game Warden.
By F. S. HAMILTON, Deputy.
- ;. Dated nt Cedar City Juno 10, 1920.
At the Republican Convention in Chicago
Hero am scenes from tho Re
publican convention at Chicago
taken just as the doors of tho Coli
seum woro thrown open for adop
tion of a platform and nomination
of leaders to head the party In th&
big- struggle this fall. No 1
shows Chairman Will Hays of tho
Republican committee pausing In
U. T. Jones is in Ogdcn attending
the bankers convention.
J. N. Smith came down from Cedar
mountain yesterday to spend a few
days at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pinnock of
Snlt Lake City with their children
left here Mondny for California.
Mrs. Archie Benson of Pnrownn is
here visiting with her parents ,Mr.
and Mrs. Bengt Nelson.
S. J. Foster of the Bankf South,
ern Utah hns gone to attend tho
Bankers convention at Ogden.
Mrs. Tkomns Mumford is nt the
local hospital, having undergone a
John C. Carpenter hns returned
Ziome from his sheep range for n few
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Corry with
'their family left Cedar Thursday for
Delta, whore they intend to make
their future home.
Mrs. J. W. Watson of Glendalc is
here visiting her son, A. L. Watson
and her daughters, Mrs. C. J. Smith
and Mrs. Thos. Little.
The death of F. L. Green, U. S.
Land Commissioner at Modena, is re
ported here, though it could not be
confirmed nt this writing.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. Booth, Sr.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Booth nnd Mrs.
Myrtle Omie of Nephi arrived here
last Saturday on their way to Zion
Cnnyon, nnd while here for n few
days were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Booth of this city.
John Isbell, who has been over in
the Richfield country on business
says Richfield is one of the most
prosperous nnd energetic towns of its
size in the state. There is a great
deal of building and public improve
ment going on that indicates great
J. F. Younger returned the first of
the week from Weatherford, Texas,
where he has spent a few weeks visit
ing old friends. While there he
looked over the new oil fields at
Ranger and Wichita Falls and was
deeply impressed by the boom con
ditions in those towns, where people
were oil-crazy nnd milled from field
to field more like cattle than sane
humnn beings. He was shown one
'eighty of oil land that had risen in
price from $80.00 to $8,000,000. He
wns also an interested spectator at
an auction of registered jersey cattle
where a herd of 47 head brought ?2G,
000.00. One bull sold for a thousand
dollars and a cow the same. Others
J ranged around $700 and $800 and a
calf that he could have carried homo
with him went for $250.00
his work long enough to shako
.hands with Homor Cummings,
chairman or the Democratic Na
tional Commlttoo, who otoppod off
In Chicago on his way to San Fran
cisco long enough to gtvo tho Re
publicans thu "onco over." No. 1
shows Toddy Roosovolt, Jr , a
THREE FROCKS TO BEAT CLOTHES COSTS
Miss Helen Louise Jackson, loader In woman affairs, says high
prices in women's apparel would como down In a hurry if all women
would adopt a moderate, yet neat form of dress and sho shows- how
throe costumes aro enough for any young woman. First tho business
or street suit of serge; next the school suit of navy skirt and middy,
and third, the house dress of any pleasing wash material.
NOTICE TO REMOVE
The State Crops and Pests Inspect,
or has replied to a petition from Iron
County stating that favorable action
has been taken to have cocklebur, poi
son milkweed, white-top and morning-glory
declared noxious weeds in Iron
Every railroad, canal, ditch and
water company and every person,
firm and corporation owning, control
ling or occupying Innds in this county
and the county, municipalities, irriga
tion or drainage districts having sup
ervision nnd control over streets,
alleys, lanes, rights-of-way or other
lands, shall cut and eradicntc nil Can.
ada thistle, bull thistle, burdock, cock
lebur, morning-glory, whitetop and
poison milkweed from their proper
ties. Tho above weeds may be destroyed
ns follow.: Burdock and cocklebur by
cutting just below the surface of the
ground before seeding, milkweed,
Canada thistle whitetop and morning,
glory by cutting or plowing every sev
en to ten dnys commencing immed
iately and continuing until September.
Crops and Pests Inspector for Iron
NOTICE: Of special Stockholders'
meeting of the Cedar Sheep Associa
tion which will be held in the store
Thursday, July 8th at 8:110 p. m. for
the purpose of discussing the advisa
bility of consolidating with the Cednr
worker In tho General Leonard
Wood ranks, as ho grootod frlonds
at tho Wood headquarters. No. 3
is Charlos 8. Barrett, chnlrman of
tho Federation or Farm Organiza
tions commlttoo, making farmors'
wants known No. 4 Bhows a sconb
at tho Hiram Johnson hoadquar-ters.
To Our Friends nnd Pntrons:
Commencing with the first pnrt of
July we are compelled to make a
slight change in admission price to
Briefly, we will give you nn ex
planation as to the reason for to do
ing: Our present contract for all
film service has expihed and in order
for us to renew our contracts or get
the same line of film service we are
compelled to nay from 25 to 50 per
cent nnd as high as a hundred per
cent raise for film service.
We have done our best in tho past
to keep the admission price as low as
we possibly could conditions in buy
ing ns above stated compels us to
make the change.
In the course of the last three yenrs
all lines of merchandise on the mar
kets have advanced in prico from CO
to 200 per cent, and the end is not yet
With our new scale of admission
price we will discontinue the regulnr
program booking service, ns all film
companies have stopped mnking reg
ular program pictures nnd are spend
ing considerable time nnd money to
improve the quality of their film ser
vice. Our new service will be selected
from the best the market nffords and
we will try nt all times to exhibit
nothing but educational and clean
Trusting thee above explanation
will make the conditions which we
WINS BRITISH TITLE AS BEST MILK PRODUCER
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WESLEY KING HITS
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Utah nnd that it is located upon the
Zion Park Highway."
Summing up the situation nnd sug
gesting action thnt he believes will
provo effiencious, Mr. King said yes
terday: "Bryco canyon, which I hope will bq
rennmed, and the Zion Nntionnl park
are worth many millions of dollnrs in
renl money to Salt Lnko and Utah.
We can get the money out of them
exactly in proportion to the intelli
gent effort wo put into proper chan
nels of publicity.
"When I met Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A.
Lane of Oklahoma City nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs.. W. A. Jones of Joplin, Mo. nt
the hotel in Beaver city on my re
turn from a visit to Bryco canyon
nnd Zion National park and they told
mo thoy had rounded the circle by
auto from Oklnhomn, driving over
the Santa Fe Trail from Los Angeles
to Benver without even having heard
of thoso two wonderful scenic nt
trnctions, when they wcro nctunlly
out looking for regions of that sort
to visit, I dropped several bitter
tears on the road right there.
Neglecting Utah Opportunity.
"We are allowing many thousands
of dollars to slip through our fingers
by not making sure that this sort of
thing could not possibly happen. If
Snlt Lake cannot nfiford to spend tho
neccssnry money to plnco booklets
in the various hotels nnd offices
where tourists enn get them nnd thus ,
be advised of these two nnd other
scenic attractions, then no business
firm in Snlt Lake can afford to ad
vertise any of its goods for sale. We
own these things, from a selling
standpoint, and every dollnr spent in
the state by nn outsider coming to
see them is a dollar for us it is our
"It appears that when these tour
ists I have referred to visited tho
offices of the Southern California
Automobile association they nsked
for a routing bnck home through
Utah, Colorado, etc., and when they
put tho straight question, 4Whnt is
there to see on the wny?' and were
nnswered 'Nothing until you get into
"I do not know what it will cost to
bring it about, but whatever the cost
wo should see to it that the next
traveler stopping in those offices
down in Los Angeles is fully ndvised
whnt opportunity for sightseeing
Utah affords. These people also told
me that they stopped nt a hotel in
St. George, conducted by Joseph Snow
nnd the subject of visiting these
points wns not mentioned, although
they let it be known that they were
on n touring and sightseeing trip.
"If these attractions could be stolen
from us or taken away, wo would
fully deserve to loso them and never
get the millions of dollnrs that thoy
would bring if properly advertised.
We can remedy the existing condi
tions by doing the following things:
"First Nnme the road from Los
Angeles to Salt Lake the Zion Park
"Second Make a park out of
Bryce canyon nnd give it n new nnme.
"Third Include the north rim of
the Grand canyon in our program of
"Fourth Raise the money in the
streets of Snlt Lake nnd through
out the state to effectively make it
possible for anybody in America
looking for scenery to find out all
about these attractions nt any place
and at any time. Salt Lake Tribune.
NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM
AT THORLEY THEATRE
Monday Alio Brady in "Marie,
Ltd." Snub Tollard comedy.
Tuesday Tom Moore in "Duds."
Wednesdny Six reel feature and
Thursday Irene Castle in "The
Hil!crc8t Mystery," episode No. 9. of
"Dare Devil Jack."
Friday William S. Hart in "The
Breed of Men," ono reel scenic.
Saturday Ethel Clayton in "Mag
gie Pepper." Fatty Arbucklc in
A. L. Woodhouso of the Dixie Pow
er Company reports the installing re
cently of three more electrically oper
ated pumps in the Parowan Valley
which speaks well for tho irrigation
prospects in thnt section.
nio confronted with clonr to all our
friends and patrons and that wo will
continue to serve you with tho best
of nmusements in tho future.
OUR UTAH WEEKLY I
Delta and Fillmore to have new li- H
Road to Grand Cnnyon vin Kannb H
nenring completion. fll
Snlt Lnkc High grade ore struck
at Ryopatch. H
Park City mine shipments on in-
Gunnison Rushing work on new
Lovcndnhl Start hauling ore from H
Cnrdifl bins to this station. H
Deltn Many new residences under
Tho world ncreage in winter wheat
crop according to tho International H
Institute of Agriculture nt Romo is 1
given ns 04,002,000 acres which in
8 per cent below last fivc.year aver-
Salt Lake Fish hatchery to in-
crease its capacity to 1,500,090 eggs.
Ogden $182,2!J8 'paving contract H
Snlt Lake Paving of First West H
Street starts at once. HH
St. George Three new bridges
nenring completion. H
Utnh has a minimum estimate of H
ono hundred billion tons of coal.
Eureka Installation of equipment
of Tintic Standard new mill nenrn
completion, to be installed entirely
electrically operated. H
Enthusiasm continues to run high H
in tho vocational training courses nt H
the various factories of tho Utah-
Idaho Sugar company, the results of
which will undoubtedly show in tho
coming campaigns to assist in win-
ning the big efficiency prizes whicn
may reach $50,000 for each factory.
Park City Keystone mine to start
Provo Contracts being nrranged for H
15 miles of stntc road pnving through , .
Utnh county. '
Remodelling tho Gnrland sugar H
warehouse will extend it 100 feet nnd flH
enlarge its capacity to 180,000 bags. H
Arrangements are being made to
complete the highway in Provo enn-
yon from the Wnsatch county line to
Vivian Park. M
M. I. A. RALLY PROGRAM M
Rally program to be given Sunday H
evening beginning nt 8:30.
Community Singing, "Put Your H
Shoulder to the Wheel." H
Quartcte under the direction of Mr. H
"Local Loyalty," ten minute talk by H
Alma Esplin. H
Snxnphone solo, Clyde P. Cnnnnn. H
Rending, Mrs. Rosn Mny Shcrratt, H
Vocal solo, E. II. Sargent. H
Story, Mrs. Nellie Thornton. M
Community singing, "True to the H
Henry C. Esplin of Ordcrvllle is in
i Cednr visiting his brother Alma Es- H
I The Cedar City Sheep Association 1
and the Cedar City Co-op are ncgo- H
tinting n consolidation. jH
While in town Thursday, Judge D. M
II. Morris notified the Cedar City at- jH
tornoyrf that there will be one day of 1
court nt Parowan some day before H
Juno 25th. M
Mrs. Roland Hunter with her sister M
who has been utteuding school hero 1
this winter and her children left this M
week for Panguitch where she will H
visit with her parents. M
Juvenile Club leader A. L. Price H
who is n member of the A. C. Glee
Club nt Logan is now tnking his sum- M
mcr vacation in order to nccompany H
the club on an excursion of Logan M
Rotnrians to Atlantic City. jH
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Wilkinson and H
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lnfe McConncll aro H
spending a few weeks motoring to H
some of the interesting parts of Cat- M
ifornin. In the absence of Editor Wil- H
kinson the Record is being piloted by M
Will Dobson, who is n recent addition H
to the office force. H
A number of citizens have mention-
od the fnct thnt the grasshoppers aro H
becoming so numerous as to threaten M
tho crops of the county, nnd the H
poisoning campaign will begin next
week. Arsenic hns been ordered nnd H
the flour mills have been saving their
bran for over a month. M
WANTED Bridgo carpenters and H
steam shovel pit men for work on M
Stato road in Cedar Canyon. Wages 1
$4.50 per dny board $1.25, 8 hours M
per day. Advl wk pd. H
Christensen Constrution Company. M
LOST A pnir of nose bags between M
David Dix's residence and tho Foster H
Farm. Leave at this office. Advlwpd M
1 NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS 1 H
A special Stockholder's meeting of the Cedar City jH
H Co-op, M. &. M. I., will be held in the company's B
store at 8:30, p. m., Tuesday July 6, 1920 for the H H
H purpose of considering and deciding on a proposition s H
I of consolidating the interests of the Cedar City Co-op H H
H M. &. M. I. with the Cedar City Sheep Association. It H
H is desired that all stock be represented. H j
H By call of the Board of Directors. H H
I S. W. LEIGH, Sec. &. Treas. I 9
Dated June 14, 1920. P
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