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, , CttESIX IRON COUNTY KECOKD. CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, August 6, 1920.
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J , '' "Those wIl deny freedom to others deserve it not themselves, and under a just God cannot long retain it.". -Abraham. Lincoln.
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How Senator Harding; Re
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making a political speech.
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HOW GOVERNOR COX ARRIVED
He was oloctod GoTernor ot Ohio In 1912 aa a. result of the
Progressive split In the Republican party.
1 When he came up for re-eloctlon In 1914 he waa decisively
Profiting by the Wllsonlan slogan, "He kept ua out ot war'
Cot again won the governorship In 1916 by the allm plurality of
In 1918 Cox was named Governor by a plurality of leas than
I 12,000. His success was due mainly to the support given hm on '
HJHi , f. local Issue.
Mf y la 1914, whea Oox lost the State by 99,270 votes, Hardta.
HjLf taen m caadklato for the U. 8. Beaate, carried Ohio by 10S.87S
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I V -w- a MINNESOTA REPUBLICAN .
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H MRS. MARSILVLIj HARVBY COOLIDGE
m Who la n cousin by marrlago of the Ropubllcan Vice Presidential
M somlnoo. Mrs. Coolldge is active In politics in Minneapolis and 1b
1 , precinct chairman of the Ropubllcan Women's Commltteo. She Is
H Alp actively interested in tho D. A. R. and Podorated Womon'a Clubs.
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B E'cry citizen is n partner in tho great business of
H Undo Sam & Company mid it behooved every partner to
H m look well to the selection of tho next business director of
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H; Total cost of running tho Government last year
Hi W (ending Juno 30, 120) $6,766,444,461
, n Total revenue for tho same period 0,604,505,388
B Doflclt for tho fiscal year 71,879,072
H Probaltlo deficit for tho next fiscal year......
B "IV between twenty and thirty millions
' W Total intercst:bearing debt, June 30, 1920.,,. $24,062,500,285
' w Total debt on which interest has ceased..,,, , 6,745,237
j! Non-lntercst-boarlnc debt , , - 230,075,944
H 1 Total debt ?24,299,321,4CrN
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CALL FOR REPUBLICAN
Pursuant to an order issued by the
Republican State Committee a Repub
lican County Convention is hereby
called to convene in Parowan on Sat
urday, Aupunt 21st, 1920, at 10 o'
clock a. m. of said day, for tho pur
pose of electing 10 delegates and 10
alternates to attend the Republican
State Convention to bo held at Salt
Lako City, Utah, Thursday, August
26th, 1920. Also, to elect 10 delegates
and 10 alternates to the Republican
Congressional convention for congres
sional District No. 1, to bo held at
Salt Lako City, Utah, Friday, August
27th, 1920. Also 10 delegates and a
like number of alternates to attend
tho Republican convention of the 5th
Judicial District, to bo held at Salt
Lako City, August 2Cth, at 9 a. m.
Tho basis of representation at tho
said county convention is one delegate
for each fifty votes or major fraction
thereof cast for the Hon. Nephi L.
Morris at tho election of Novomber
7th, 191(5. This apportionment gives
the various precincts of Iron County
representation as follows:
Cedar City 8
Modcna and vicinity 1
Newcastlo and vicinity 1
Lund and vicinity ...l
Statcline and vicinity 1
Sahara and vicinity .1
It is suggested by the State Com
mittee that where desired the same
delegates may attend both tho Stato
and District conventions, or separate
sets of delegates may bo chosen, at
the option of tho convention.
Precinct chairmen are requested to
call primaries in their respective pre
cincts for Augugst 14th, to elect tho
number of delegates herein set op
posite the names of their respective
precincts. C. S. WILKINSON,
Republican County Chairman.
FRANK B. WOOD,
Republican County Secretary.
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Messrs. Howard Chamberlain, Ar
thur Jones and Lnfe Jolly returned
from Fish Lako Monday. Mr. Cham
berlain says tho crowds are taxing tho
accommodations of tho camps at the
lake, everything being filled to capa
city while they were there. A new
road is being built to tho lako which
will shorten the route by twenty miles
and also a road over tho mountains
by way of Cove Fort and Salt Creek
will make the lake more easily acces
ible to this section. Mr. Jones says
an average of twenty-five cars of va
cationists came to Fish Lako every
dny, but the fishing was not so good
as it will bo later in the season. He
sayn Fish Lako is a beautiful resort,
but in his opinion tho surroundings
and location of Navajo Lako on Cedar
mountain mako it a far moro attract
ive sheet of water.
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Here Is shows' 8onator, Harding's famous "glad, haadY salate
with which' be waved welcome-to erer 30,000 Republicans , was. visited
his home In .Marlon.., Ohio,. atttbe occasion of his noUAcattosi ot the
nomination on July. 2 2 Colonel Theodore Roosevelt. Jru a .member oft
the New York delegation,, called upon Senator Harding,, receiving, a.
royal welcome. Thuiplctato shaws tho two receiving tha,j:ben-oitthBi
crowd and. p&radera MwlnaUha Hardlns home.
County Road Commissioner, D.
Claude Urio was in town this morning
purchasing supplies and making ar
rangements "behind tho lines" for the
thrco or four gangs of laborers which
ho has working on tho county roads,
most of whom are repairing damages
done by the recent heavy rains and
floods. The county has one gang of
men rcpniring the road betwen this
place and Lund, unother working in
the canyong and a third on the road
north. Theso nre in addition to tho
three large forces working on privato
contracts within tho county,, two in
tho Cedar ennyon and'one on tho new
Dr. A. N. Leonard blew in lata
last night from the direction of (Snr
field county, where he has spent sev
eral days performing a largo number
of surgical operations at Circlovilloy
Kingston, Tropic and' Pnnguitch,. and
in fishing in the- oxcellcnfc trout
. streams with whiSh that Bectibn a-
bounds. Dr. Leonard' will remain ia
Cedar City today and' Saturday. Sun
day he is scheduled' for a lecture at
Beaver, and Sunday and' Monday he
will spend nt that place ih operating?
for eye, ear, nose-and throat troubles.
The doctor is now at the Cedars- Hotel
and is being assisted' by Mrs Jose
phine Isbell,'as nurse-.
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