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Iron County record. (Cedar City, Utah) 1893-1982, July 09, 1920, Image 2

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H f AGl TW IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY. UTAH. FJMDAY, JULY riS2.
H JSnapped at Frisco as democrats Select Leader
H First pictures from tho Domo-
pH oratlo convention at San Fran-
H claco, showing tho loaders who
j started tho ball rolling. No. 1 is
H of Norman B. Mack of Now York;
B No. 2 Is a group of tho throo wo
H xnon leadors tho now olomont In
H major party affairs, left to right
H they are Mrs. Qoorgo Dana 'ot
I GOODYEAR PLANS
I ANOTHER TOWN
H Purshase of Marinette, Ariz., and
M 7800 Acres Strengthens Hold
B on Tire Fabric Industry.
H purchase of the town of Marinette,
H Lrjzona, fourteen miles northwest of
H 'hoeiiix, and 7,800 acres of land ad-
H acant, for cotton growing, lias just
H cen made by tho Southwest Cotton
H Company, a subsidiary of tho Good-
H year Tiro & Rubber Company.
H lly,tho completion of this deal, tho
H total amount of land owned by the
H company for raising long staple cotton
H to be used in fabric for automobilo
H tires .has been incrensed to 36,000
H acres. More than 20,000 acres ad-
PH dltionnl have been, leased for future
V needs. Of tho 50,000 acres controlled
H about .30,000 arc under cultivation and
H producing many thousands of bales of
H cotton annually.
PH Homes similar to those built by the
H company for its 2,000 employees in
H tho towns of Litchfield and Goodyear
H in the Salt River Valley will be erect
H d in Marincttd for employees on the
H new plantation.
PH To celebrate the acquisition of the
H new tract, a bnrbccuo was given re-
H ccntly. by tho company to allow its
H employees to become acquainted with
H tho people of Marinette.
H The pioneer work dono by this corn-
Chicago, Mrs. Weir Troy, com
mlttoowoman ot Alaska and Mi's.
Itobort L. Owon, wlfo of Sonator
Owon from Oklahoma; No. 8.
Samuol Gompors, veteran preel
dont of American Federation of
Labor, as ho went before the plat
form commlttoo asking a spocluo
labor plank; No. 4, the newest
picture of William Jennings
pany in irrigating portions of tho Salt
River Valley and starting tho cultiva
tion of cotton in tho heart of an Ari
zona desert marks one of its brilliant
achievements. Besides owning cotton
gins and other equipment in Arizona,
another Goodyear auxiliary has gone
into tho Imperial valley in California
nnd arranged to take largo portions of
tho cotton yield in that fertile region.
While tho cultivated cotton does not
begin to supply the company's pres
ent needs, the project has been .de
veloped to caro for future requirements.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
Tho stockholders of the Cedar City
Co-op M. & M. I., met according to
tho notice given on Tuesday, July
G, at 8-30 p. m., nnd on account of so
few being present they adjourned to
meet next Mondny evening, nt 8-30
p. m.f July 12- To .consider and de
cide on the proposition of consolida
ing our interests with tho Cedar
Sheep Association. A good atten
dance is desired.
S. W. LEIGH, Sec.
Travel to nnd from tho railroad ap
pears to keep up strong, nnd the big
15 passenger auto bus is loaded to
capacity nearly every trip.
Enterprise is making a bid for the
crowd at their Twenty-Fourth cele
bration. It is reported that they are
going to have a flno timo there.
. . .. )
Bryan with, his "dry plank
smile; No, 5, J. Bruce Kremer,
vice chairman of the Democrat!
National Committee, who called
tho convention to order, and No.
6, Bryan's doable (on the left)
who is Isadora Dookweiler, mh
tlonal committeeman from 01
fornla shaking hands with A
thur Mullen ot Nebraska.
Messrs. Will Prince, Bert Grant,
Lester Taylor and Alvin Kelsoy of
Now Harmony were registered at tho
Cedars Hotel this week.
MICKIE SAYS:
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TMtCS COUPLC O' GOOD CXJE
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I JOE MARTIN ITS A GREAT GAME
H I ":S,4:Je GfiEi DrT AM REAL lljw'ELL AHAMOE BOY DAT )lQZfl
H --S MONEY YOU DVG UP, CAN TEACH Yff HOW, feg
ttf.- NOW WE CAN PLAg STEP RIGHT PIS WAY M 5 THATl
, jff , i
B 2 r XIIZj BUT YOU A KOTHA GAME.M
H SEBGN COME LBV J ) ST -jffiffim
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Come See This Book of ''Cornell Interiors"
i. . . if l,av? Just received this new eollec- u , nm ll'llii'lilll
ljv tion of views that shows the variety and g" ' mm
B)uiiiiN,ii,Hi,iiim,iiii,iiiiiHuimw charm of paneled interiors so casilyob- " -RT , ImL- r, '
'Corn,lljotdour,K,t,trolt,m",ay, g'lVCS triple protCCtionngainStmoistUre, "So lntnruttUn, Dri, Ahitatlonr. ' I
Ikt fdtloty luptrinttnJtnt. Miltioii ef CXDanSIOtl aild Contraction. aXtre Corntll.h'ooJ:BiytrJ it uitJ for H
flit of tcaitt ifatt art tnn( toneertjd into aMt,teiiint,f'Ttmont,ixhiittionboolhl B
uitfkl fuartert tkil vty Ftbteiiont c) ma- iU LU'lfil j yi -a ortkomoomt tniUod of talk and fUiuf, Si
tkinrnannottauitCarntll to track or fall '01rSlllOfMB"irCO?Jfi Njmatr.noKattinitrrtktftrKallitodr? Q
Wc recommend Cornell for new construction,re- pensive. It iseasily applied withhammerand nails
modeling and repairing because there is nothing right to the joists and.studdingor over damaged
cleaner, more sanitary and attractive, nor so inex- plaster. Come in now anJAuk ever the ideas in this new took
J. D. LEIGH MERC. CO.
LUND -:- UTAH j
CottulPl Mitt.Primtd" tutfatt $ktt'p!lwilkout l
i'ti'j. Sattt Ikt toil aid later of a taint toal U
GOODYEAR COAST
PLANT STARTS UP
Big Boost for Los Angeles, Which
Is Industrial Metropolis of
The West.
Los Angeles became the industrial
metropolis of tho Pacific coast a few
d&yB ago when tho $20,000,000 new
factory of Tho Goodyear Tire &
Rubber Company of California
started operation just 10 months
after ground was broken.
Tho first tiro was built by P. W.
Litchfield, vice president and' fac
tory manager of the Akron company,
who made the long trip west for that
purpose. Other high officials of. both
Akron and California companies par
ticipated in turning out the- first
pneumatic.
Word was immediately tolo
graphed to Akron, whero whistles
were blown and fitting observance
mado of tho interesting event. This
tiro will bo placed in the company's
JnMWUMHMIUIinm(M1lllllllimtMMWillJlliatUtlllUMHtlUMtltUIMtllllll1UM
CEDARS
I HOTEL
s
I FOR THE REFRESHMENT AND
j COMFORT OF THE WAY
I FARER.
I
1 Food and Service of the Highest
I quality.
Four hours from Zion National
I Park ; two hours from Hot I
Springs Sanitarium.
I Five thousand, seven hundred
I feet elevation, in the shadow
of snow-clad hills. The
vacationist's best sum
mer home and rest.
H. S. CUTLER
Owner and Manager.
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:
f . i . -
museum in its new welfare building,
the lnrgcst in tho world.
The California company begins
operation with 2,000 employees, of
which 700 are in the offices and 1,300
in the factory. One half of tho fac
tory employees were experienced
tire builders sent from Akron to train
the 7,000 men who will ultimately bo
employed.
Tho now company has erected
many bungalows for its workers,
financing them in the same manner
that it has enabled 15,000 Akron
employees to enjoy comfortable
homes.
Adjoining tho factory, an aviation
field of 300 acres has been laid out,
with a largo hangar for airships. This J3
field' will later be tho terminus of the 0
compaay'a air line between the Lot I
Angeles factory and its cotton planta- 1
tion near Phoenix, Ariz. 1
Production on tho first day was 60
tires, but will increase to 600 daily &
within a month. Capacity production f
will' be 6,000 tires a day when the I
plant is in full operation. j
j
Haying is on now in dead earnest S
and' the farmers are cnjoying(?) one i
of 'their busy seasons. A good crop la
generally reported, but tho price is j
remaining about the $16 mark, with. M
at few holding ont for $20 por-ton. 9
WtSk vintulfdjninll It K. C. B. I
Here s whetfe we I
call a spade just ihat I
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THE POET says a rose,, POOR TURKI8H tobacco.' . t ' ':' 1
, t v
DY ANY other name. WHICH 18 less expensive. ." '' B
. . ' ' '"M"! J
WOULD SMELL as sweat. AND NT so good. ' t - I
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AND THAT'S all right. AND THIRD, tobacco. ,.' I
BUT CALLC. CALLEd'tURKISH, which. ."",' J
SOMETHING ELSE: a rose. NEVER fAW Turkey. '
WON'T CHANGE Its smell. BUT GREW thousands. . j - 1
OF COURSE Dot. F M,L8 ,aW.ny- ' f ;' ' ' 1
ami iim i i AND DOESN'T oven. "r1-
AND I'M not knocking. .
:,, , .;, TA8TE LIKE Turkish.
BUT JUST telling you. . r ,
.u- X.Z ' AND ,T'8 th0 Bood Turtfsh. , ;.
RIGHT OUT. . . . j
THAT'S REALLY from Turkey t
THAT THERE are only. . f l
THAT YOU got.
THREE GRADES.
IN THE clgarottos,
OF TURK18H tobacco.
... THAT SATISFY.
FIRST, GOOD TurklBh. " ' '
WHICH 18 mlitr good. OlVlnl , .. ' '
,,.. A1 . want tho b l nnd wo got it. And 7
AND AL80 expenslvo. the same with Domestic leaf. Blend
r.r or-M" t,lcm together-by that can't-bo-
AND SECOND. copled method and you got a
emoko that actually doeB "a(y.w
I riesteriiclQ
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