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H PACK TWO IRON COUNTY RJ3CORD, CWAB CITY, UTAH. FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920. OT. i
I po YOU 'MEMBER?
M I Jnflt about this tlmo o' tho yoar and tho bunch would call for yoa
m and you'd bog off woodln' tho onions and 'promlso ma that you'd da
m thom In tho morning and finally oho'd say, "Well, all right, young
H man, you can go this tlmo, but IT dad wants to know whoro you wore
H this afternoon, and why tho gardon wasn't woeded, you can do the
B Oh boyt thon down tho road and through tho paaturo (and you'd
m rip your ahlrt crawlin undor tho fonco) and thon tho bunch would
m stop and pull off some, of Ad Morcor'a corn-silk and you'd ail light up
M onP lltJ,1 homo-mado clgs and Skinny Stearns or Pat Tomplo would
m get a Uttlo dizzy and mako all aorta of oxcubos about why thoy weren't
n feelln' good. Eh! 'mombor?
m ... Thon Protty 80on tlo grand old crook would loom up In Bight
' k an oasis In a doaort, and you'd all start poolin' off on tho way
m down till thoro wasn't an awful lot loft on, and thon mobbo Bob Rood
m or Doc Janes would start out liko a greyhound with a bundlo o
m clothes under hia wing, and talk about your cross-country racos
m aono of thorn had anything on that ono, oh! And Fat would usually
B tr,p on Bonujthing or run a th!aUo ln h,8 too BlU hQ,d alway8 como
H UR ?mUinB And tuon SPLASH! SPLASH! llko bo many frogs you'd
M TiiH?1.0 ,n.?nd. cPmo up BPltt,n' wator all over like young whales.
m And Fat would always hold hia nose and Jump ln 'causo ho couldn't
H aire; 'member? Eh?
I I REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION
IN PURSUANCE of an order made by the Republican State Central
Committee, the Republican State Nominating Convention l horeb
called for Thursday, August 20th, 1020, to convene at 10:00 a. si. at
M Salt Lake City, in tho Salt Lako Theatre.
pH, The bails of representation for this convention is one delogate for
1 each 100 votes and the majority fraction thoreof, cast for Honorable
Nephl L. Morris for governor at the election held November 7th, 1010.
H Tats provides for 697 delegates distributed among the counties as
pH Beaver 10, Box llder 28, Cache 42, Carbon 13, Oaaaett T,
PH Davis 11, Duchesne 8, Emery 10, Garfield 7, Grand z, Iron
pH 10, Juab 14, Kane 4, Millard 16, Morgan D, Piute 3, Rich 4,
PP Skit Lake 188, San Juan 3, 8an Pete 32, Sevier 19, Summit
PK 11, Tooele 13, Uintah 8, Utah 59, Wasatch 8, Washington 9,
pH Wayne 3, Weber 32.
H Tho business of this Convention will bo the nominating of candt
PP dates for;
H Four presidential electors from the 8tate at large.
PPJ United States Senator for six year term.
Ppi Governor for four year term. ' v'
PPj i Justice of the Supreme Court for ten year term.
PPJ, Secretary of State for four year term.
Hjl Attorney Q en era I for four year term.
PV Treasurer for four year term.
PB Auditor for four year term.
PP Superintendent of Public Instruction for four year term.
H The selection of a State Committee and the transaction of auch other
PP business as may properly come before this Convention.
H ' Each County Chairman Is lioreby instructed to Issuo a regular call
pH for cither Precinct Primaries or County Convention according to which
pH over system the county may determine.
H All primaries or conventions for the election of delegates to the
pH State Convention, shall bo held not later than Friday, August 20, 1020.
pH The day, placo and hour for holding such conventions or primaries,
pH should be made known to tho public through the press and in such a
pH manner as will insure the greatest publicity and at least one week bo-
pH fore the date on which such meetings aro to take placo.
H In all counties and districts, county campaign committees flhould
H bo adjusted nnd conditioned for tho campaign. Thcro should 'also be
PB consideration given to the dotolls of party affairs In all districts, pre-
pH clncta and counties.
M HENRY WEL8H, Chairman.
H C. L. NELSON, Secretary.
I CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTIONS
REPUBLICAN Congressional Conventions for Districts Number One
and Two will be held at Salt Lake City, AuguBt 27th. Number
One will convene at 10:00 a. in. In the Hotel Utah, Number Two
PPH ut the suiuc hour ln tho Newhouse Hotel.
K Dlstrlot Number Two consists of tho .following counties and repre-
H pentatlons : Davis 18, Salt Lake 188, Tooele 13, Utah 55, a totul of 274.
H ' ' District Number One consists of the remaining 25 counties with the
H reprosecution given ln the State Convention call, total delegates 828.
H Tho business of these Conventions will be to nominate a candidate
H for Congress from each District, select Congressional Committees nnd
iH ' transact such other business as mny properly come before theso
P The busls of Congressional representation will be tho rami as for
iH tho State Nominating Convention, tho same delegates bolng prlvlloged
iH to servo for both Conventions, or a supnrate set of delegates may be
iH chosen, as each County may elect.
H The Conventions and Primaries called to elect State Convention
PPB delegates will also provldo such for tho Congressional Conventions.
H ALVA D. MoQUIRE, Chairman First Congressional Dlstrlot
P . E. WILLEY, Chairman Seoond Congressional District.
I CALVlfl COOUDGE AND HIS FAMILY
H Ono of tho latest pictures of Governor Calvin Coolldgo of Maasa-
H chusetts and hia family taken a abort time before his nomination for
bH Vice President at the Republics. National Couventloa U Chlcagc.
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Nada, Utah, July 13, 1920.
E. R. White returned from Dixie the
other day, after spending a week with
nf party of land seekers.
Miaa Ida Wright is visiting; her
sister, Mrs. Kathrine Keller. Miss
Wriprht, who lives in Sun Barnardino,
California, is en routo to her old home
Chas. Roper is here from Cedar
City to-day. Ho expects to return to
hia homestead for the rest of the sum
Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Dunham of
Schencctndy, N. Y., are visiting tho
lntter's mother, Mrs. Rnmblor, of this
place. They will also visit in Cali
fornia before returning to the East.
So ninny of our people arc under
the weather that it is practicnlly an
epidemic. That reminds us, Mr. Weath
er mnn, we are ready for that rain
nny time now.
Nndn triumphed over Lund in a
thrilling base ball match to the tune
of 9-4. The game took plnco at Lund
last Sunday afternoon. Both tenms
played well but tho Nada sluggers
wore busier with the "willow."
Mrs. Win, Whito nnd Mrs. J. A.
Baker went to Mincrsvlllo today to
L. Kesler went to Beaver and
Green villo to spend a few days.
J SUMMIT J
Summit, Utah, July IB, 1920.
Tho first cutting of alfalfa is prac
ticnlly harvested, The crop is unus
ually large this year.
Hordes of grasshoppers arc invad
ing tho grain -fields here and it is
feared thnt unless something is done
to get rid of tho pest right away, a
great loss will result.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence', who has
spent tho pust six months In Cedar
City, is here again for an indefinite
Miss Lucilo Huntington of Beaver
was a visitor hero last week. Her
cousin, Leone Dalley, returned with
her for a short stay in Beaver.
Mrs. George Smith and children are
here to spdnd the summer with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Moroni Dalley.
They have been residents of Delta for
some time, but have sold out their
Mrs. William Allen and daughter
Alice aro visiting with relatives this
week in Enterprise.
Mrs. Roy Mathews and daughter
Bessie of Salt Lake City were visit
ors in town for a day or two last
week. While here they were tho
guests of Mrs. Mathews' brother,
Wilford II. Lawrence.
Harold Smith motored to Enter
prise this week, bringing bnck with
him, his sister Mrs.Luclla Adair and
baby son for a visit.
Enterprise, Utah, July 13, 1920.
Como to tho big Carnival nnd Stock
Show July 21, 22 and 23. Tho main
features will b roping, ladies' riding
contest, nnd bnso ball gnmes.
Mr. J. M. Shiratt of St. George is
a visitor in town.
Mrs. L. M. Terry entertained a
crowd of old folks Sunday evening,
in honor of her sister, Mrs. Minnio
Edwards, of Pannca.
Mr. and Mrs. Elins Hunt returned
from Salt Lako City yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Standi have re
turned from the northern part of the
state, where they havo been visiting
for some timo.
Deeds Not Words.
Within two weeks after the return
of Itcpiibllcan control, the Sixty-sixth
CoiiKrevs passed tho Fedural Suff
raxc uiuendmcnt by an overwhelming
Vota House, 304 for to 89 against.
Senate !0 for to 25 against.
Nlnoty per cent of tho Republicans
of the houso voted for; 79 per cent
of the Democrats of the house voted
agninst; 80 per cent of tho Republi
cans of the senate voted for; 40 per
cent of the Democrats of the senntf
The Democrats In control of Con
gress for the past EIGHT YEARS
talked about It and did nothing.
The first eight legislatures to ratify
the Kedpral Suffrage Amendment
The first man who secured recogni
tion for women's cause ln Congress
nnd arranged committee hearing win
Senator James Harlan, of Iowa, a
Whig (the forerunner of the Repub
The fir-t man to Introduce nnd
speak for suffrage In Congress was
Senator Aaron A. Sargent, a Repub
lican, of California.
Republican sentiment for suffrage,
steadily growing through tho years,
culminated In final passage of the
Federal Suffrage Amendment In 1910
by u REPUBLICAN CONGRESS.
A local Democrat Is treasuring in
his desk a button that he wore ln the
campaign four years ago. This yeur,
on election day, he Is going to get out
this button, put It on and walk proud
ly to the polls and vote the Repub
lican ticket. This Is what the button
hays: "War In Europe; Peace in
America. God Bless Wilson."
Clay Center (Kan.) Times.
In tho presidential election eight
yeurs ago the Democrats carried Ohio
by 100,000 votes. Four years ago they
carried It by almost 00,000 dooming
the chances of Judge Hughes, the Re
publican presidential camlldato. Mid
way between 1012 -and 1010 Ohio held
Us election for United States senator
and Warren G. Harding was the can
didate and won by 103,000 votes, cur
rjlng Into office the entire Repub
lican stat ticket. Nowburgh (N. Y.)
Those who are eutlng $0 potatoes
and paying 30 cents a pound for
Kugur aro skeptical as to whether the
promises of the Democratic platform
of 10l!i have beeu carried out, St.
Paul (Ind.) Tribune.
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PERCENT OF TIRES
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world's production of crude rubber. ,
The company's own cotton mills ',
furnish 160,000 pounds of fabric a
week for tires. Tons of fabric aro
purchased elsewhere to supply th,e de- It
mand for manufacture.
Akron produces 41.4 per cent of all
rubber goods manufactured in tho
United States, Goodyear supplying a
third of Akron's total. In 1919 Akron
produced $427,796,000 worth of rub
ber goods to $667,204,000 worth pro- : ''
duced by the remninder of tho United.
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