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-:- IRON COUNTY FAIR, SEPTEMBER 22-23-24 I
S Iron County Record I
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VOLUME XXVII. tun PK YKAJL CEDAU CITY, UTAH. FRIDAY. SEPT. 3, 1D20. S CENTS PER COPY. NUMBER 3T H
Joins Federated Clubs and Elects
S. J. Foster as Representative
on Governing Board-
TO SEND DELEGATION
TO PARK DEDICATION
Authorizes Expense of Guide,
Horses and Provisions for Pho
tographer to Take Pictures for
Lantern Slides of Cedar Breaks.
Lnst Wednesday evening nt 8:00 p.
m. the Cedar City Commercial club
met in the library auditorium, adopted
the by-laws of the Federated Commer
cial Clubs of Southern Utah, selected
S. J. Foster as Cedar's representative
on the board of governors of the fed
eration, provided for the appointment
of committees to caro for tho Salt
Lake wholesalers on their coming visit
and for the celebration of Zion Park
dedication, authorized the furnishing
of guide, cook, horses and supplies for
Dr. Brodhurst for his trip to Cedar
Breaks, and set fifteen dollars a year
as the membership fee of the club,
which is to include tho dues at six
dollars per year for each member in
tho Federated Clubs, and which is to
bo collected in two equal semi-annual
President S. J. Foster presided and
Secretary Macscr Dallcy was secre
tary of tho meeting. Tho first mat
ter taken up -was the trip of Dr.
Brodhurst to Cedar Breaks to secure
photographs for the making of lan-j
tern slides. Dr. M. J. Mncfnrlane
stated to the meeting that he had just
returned from Salt Lake City, wherol
he with Dr. G. W. Middlcton and F. V.
, Owen of Los Angeles had persuaded
Dr. Brodhurst to make the trip tog"ct
the lantern slide material, provided
Cedar City would furnish tho guide,
cook, horses and supplies for tho stay
in the mountains. He urged that the.
slides should be prepared at once so
that Dr. Brodhurst could use them all j
winter in his lecture work and thus
prepare the minds of the tourists for
a trip to tho Breaks next summer.
In case tho offer of Dr. Brodhurst were
accepted, he would be here next Sun
day evening and give his lecture on,
Bryce Canyon in the Thorley Theatre j
with pictures of all tho interesting
features. Also, if the pictures oft
Cedar Breaks were made, Motor, the
famous travel magazine of Los An
geles, would publish them.
The club voted to furnish the outfit
and have the Doctor make the slides.
So next Sunday evening he will give
his free illustrated lecture on Brycc's
Canyon in the Thorley Theatre.
After the fifteen dollar membership
fee had been voted, a resolution was
passed authorizing the president to
appoint a membership committee of
six to strengthen the membership of
the club. Tho secretary reported the
present membership as about 95.
R. L. Jones then presented the prop
osition of maintaining a bureau of in
; formation for tourists somewhere in
a convenient place in the city. After
considerable discussion tho matter
was left to the garages and other
I business houses, for the present. It
i was thought that when the caretaker's
? cottage on the tourist camp ground
shall have been completed, a bureau
of information could be maintained
C. S. Wilkinson called the club's at-'
tention to the need for more road'
signs through Cedar City, since trav-j
clers were as a rule in doubt as to'
the street on which tho St. George
road leaves town, and recommended
that the matter be brought to tho at
' tention of the Utah Automobile As-
isociation, as that organization wanted
to have all road signs uniform on the
Tho Federation by-laws were then
read and nccepted with the recommen
dation that tho office of secrctnry
Mm.vcr bo separated into tho two
oifices of secretary and treasurer and
a provision bo mado for tho furnishing '
by tho treasurer to the board of gov
1 ornors of a quarterly financial stntc
: ment. "oM
' The matter of the pending visit of,
tho Salt Lake wholesalers was then!
taken up and tho following commit-
tees wore authorized, to bo appointed
i by the president, who was to decide
on the number to serve on each: Re-
ception, Housing, Entertainment, Pro-
jl gram, Ladies and Celebration, tho'
m latter to handle tho club's part of tho
m Zion Park dedication ceremonies. It
V was decided that if tho Salt Lake Com
M mcrcial club would extend an invitn
M tion to tho Cedar Band to attend tho
JH park dedication, tho Comemrcial club
would furnish the necessary transpor-j
BIfi COUNTY FAIR
Aeroplane Stunts, Auto Races,
Horscracing, Riding and
Other Big Features.
Wo desiro to call tho attention of
our readers to tho advertisement of
the Sevier County Fair and Carnival
to bo held at Richfield Sept. 10, 17.
and 18, and which will bo found on
tho last page of Tho Record. From
the advertisement it would certainly
appear that the Sevier county people
are going to have some show dare
devil feats with aeroplanes, "rodeo"
exhibitions each day in which somo of
the best known riders of tho inter
mountain country will attempt to rido
any kind of a quadruped that is put
before them; horse racing, of course,
with somo of the fastest horses of tho
state competing; automobile races, a
new depature in southern Utah sport
programs, which will no doubt prove
a strong attraction; baseball, field
sports, theatres, and numerous other
Richfield is only about n hundred
miles from Cedar City half a day's
ride by automobile and wo doubt not
that n number of cars will mako the
trip, as the "bill of faro" looks mighty
Tho following letter accompanied
, the copy for tho advertisement:
Richfield, Utah, August 31, 1920.
Tron County Record, Cedar City.
Utah. Dear Sir. The Sevier County
Fair Association has consented that
the publicity committee use its own
pleasure in tho disposition of tho ad
vertising appropriation for this year's
fair. This committee is unanimously
of tho opinion that better results will
I bo obtained from buying spaco in tho
newspapers of this and neighboring
communities than would result from
the purchase of colored posters, ban
I Tiers, etc. So hero goes for a trial.
tYour paper has been selected as a
medium to this end and you will find
enclosed copy for a three-column, ten
inch display ad to appear in your next
Please send proof papers and bill
to Secretary J. Leruo Ogdcn, Monroe.
R. F. D. 1, and if you feel so disposed
wo shall appreciate a news reader
calling attention to dates and ad
vertisement. Yours fraternally,
By James L. Ewing.
Last week the Dixie Carnival and
Fruit Feast purchased a liberal space
in The Record. Of course, this is the
overflow business from these enter
prising communities, the bulk of their
advertising being done, quite right-!
fuly, in their local papers.
uur local lair committee has not yet
been educated up to a point whern
they appreciate the pulling power of
newspaper advertising. Somo of tho
members arc taking lessons, however.
I in this modern vehicle of trade, and
p later will bo on a par with their moro
progressive contemporaries of neigh
A rush order for a lawyer's brief
of near a hundred pages, in addition
to our regular job trade, and tho bus
iness incident to tho ushering in of i
n new month has delayed this issue of
I Tho Record more than 24 hours. As'
'our customers for printing are a vi-l
tal factor in our business, they have
to be taken care of, and the delay is
So, all during this month, you may
send in your remittances on subscrip
I tion accounts at the old price of $2.00
'per month. Positively, after Oct. 1,
1 the price will be $2.50, and the indica
tions arc that by January 1, 1921, it
! may be $3.00 per year. Therefore, it
will pay you to act promptly.
A member rof the publicity commit
tee for the Iron county Fair is quoted
to the effect that there is to be an
aeroplane hero for the fair, but there
has been no official or formal an
nouncement to that effect, so far as
wo nre advised. We pass the report
, to our readers for what it is worth.
tation for the boys. It is understood
that Mr. Cutting, passenger agent for
the Salt Lake Route, offered to help
send the band to tho celebration, but
how much of tho expense the railroad
would take is not known.
I Part of tho club celebration plan in
cludes tho spiriting away of a largo1
part of tho visiting wholesalers on1
i their stay here for an early morning
trip up Cedar Canyon, to seo tho sun
rise and breakfast on camp fare as
prepared by our local experts in camp
Besides sending tho band to tho can
yon, tho Commercial club will send a
largo official delegation and maintain
a camp at the park during tho cer-
- DOWN WITH A CRASH
CEDAR BAND BOYS
Will Show Citizens at Sunday Ev
ening Concert How a Real
The uniforms for the Cedar City
Band are here. A special program
has been arranged to be given with
tho band's first appenrance in uniform.
Following is the program to bo given
Sunday evening, Sept. 5th, 1920, nt
1. "O'er tho Desert Wide" (Foote.)
2. "Somebody" (Little.)
3. "My Isle of Golden Dreams,".
4. "The Booster," an American ab
surdity rag (Lake.)
5. "Iron Division," (Kief or.)
C "Freckles," Vocal Solo by Mrs.
Annette Bettenson, with band accom
7. "Weeping Willow Lano" (Klick
mann.) 8. "Slidus Trombonus," Trombone
Solo by H. L. Frisby, with Band ac
9. "Bow-Wow" (Wadsworth.)
10. "Ashmes Temple March" (Ros
11. "Molly Molono" (Schonbcrg.)
12. "Noisy Bill" (Losey.)
FOR CANYON ROAD
Opening of Cedar Breaks to Tour-
-.- rk 3ir-oming,,Scason
at Last Assured.
By Wednesday noon seven station
contracts had been let on tho third
section of tho Cedar-Long Valley
road, totalling about four miles ot
tho road. The following named men
are the contractors:
Joseph S. Fife, "
T. J. Jones,
Charles N. Corry,
J. L. Clark.
The length of road in each contract
varies, as the limit in tho amount of
any station contract is $2,500. Some
arc less than a mile long and the
longest let so far is 5,805 feet. Aa
soon as road equipment can bo gath
ered tho work will go with a rush.
Many of the present contractors will
finish this contract and another be
fore winter stops the work.
Yes, for tho balance of this month
we nre receiving subscriptions at the
old price of $2.00 per year.
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Southern Utah's Hi; State School, The
I Branch Agricultural College
I OF UTAH I
OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH
With Exceptional Opportunities for Practical
! AGRICULTURE 3
1 HOME ECONOMICS 1
I MECHANIC ARTS (In Wood and Iron) I
I AUTO MECHANICS J
I BUSINESS AND COMMERCE
GENERAL ARTS & SCIENCE I
1 NORMAL TRAINING (With Practice Teaching) I
(Special Emphasis on Rural Vitalized Education.) I
I New and full Equipment in Every Department. i
I Splendid Library and Laboratory Facilities. 1
I Special Courses for Farmers, Stock Growers,
i. 'Business Men, Home Keepers and Mothers.
Registration Fee $5.00. Tuition Free. I
I Write to Principal B. A. C. for Detailed Particulars. I
j CEDAR CITY - - - UTAH j
Nada, Utah, Aug. 31, 1920.
Friends arc in receipt of cards ans
nouncing tho marriage of S. Edith
Vonco to Carstcn Truelson at San Di
ego, Calif., Aug. 14. They will bo nt
honlo after Sept. 10th, at Coyote Pass,
Hornet, Calif. Mrs. Vanco had many
friends hore, having recently mado
first proof on her homestead.
Miss Olive Houghton from tho Cal
ifornia Ranch, who hns '.been visiting
Mrs. II. E. Smith, returnned to her
homo last Saturday.
Sim Kcslcr visited his brother, L.
Kcslcr, last Tuesday, while passing
through from Beaver to Lund. Tho
henvy rain Monday mndo tho roads
pretty muddy for his truck and ho
was stuck sovcral hours near Hot
J. E. Mooro mowed millet hay for
S. A. Culmsco last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Norris passed
through hero Sunday from Monroe,
Utah, to Calionte, Nov.
Mrs. O. L. Barnes returned from
Milford last week nnd hns now recov
ered from tho effects of tho runaway.
Roadmnstcr Sands stopped ofT last
Monday on business with tho section
foreman. Ho 'came ngain Tuesday,
this time with tho boys' checks, when
ho was doubly welcome
H. M. Couch hns purchased Mrs.
Eliza Mcar's residence, which ho hns
moved to his ranch near Latimer, rt
was an exceptionally well built houso
and will mnko a nice home.
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Mrs. Zack, Ray 'innd threo children,
who have been, spending the summer
with her sister, Mnu.II. E. Smith, loft
Monday evening fpr their homo in
Castle Gate, MMM .
II. E. Smith mado a flying trip to
Lund Monday morning.
, .i "
J. P. and O. S. Stephenson went to
Milford Saturday on No. 4.
L. Kcslcr is tho first to report homo
raised water melons ripe nnd ready to
J. E. Moore, who has one of tho
best, if not the very best dry farm
gardens in tho Escalanto Valley, is
remembering his friends with delic
ious white scalloped summer squnsli
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. White nnd fam
ily took dinner with Mr. nnd Mrs. P.
T. Keillor last Sunday.
Mrs. Robb Bonner is enjoying n
visit with her sisters, tho Misses
Eyres of Minersvillc.
Mrs. Robert Lnndreth returned to
her homo in Los Angeles, Cnlif., last
Wednesday, after an extended visit
with her daughter, Mrs. D. Q. Wix.
C. R. Keith returned from Gnrrison,
Utnh, last Saturday and is now at
work on the Nada section.
I NEW HARMONY
I I Ne.w Harmony, Utnh, Aug. 30.
j Mrs. A. F. Mathis was on tho sick
I list last week, but is much improved
at this writing.
i Willinm Pace of Delta passed thru
here Sunday en route to Washington,
, Utah, to visit his mother, Mra. II. M.
Stake Pres. Henry W. Lunt, his 1st
I Counsellor, Myron D. Higbee, and El
ider Jed Jones were visitors at our
Sunday School and Sncramentnl meet
I ing Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Pace, Eldon
j Schmutz and Iva Knell returned yes
terday from Pino Valley mountain,
where thoy spent tho week end sight-
j Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Princo from
I Thorley, wcro hero after fruit yes
terday, I Claud Knell was a visitor here yes-
I I terday.
! Mrs. Frank Keisoy nnd Mrs. Elmer
; I Taylor have gone to Grafton to put
I up fmit.
S Tho Republican pnrty of Iron Coun
1 1 ty was represented in tho State, Ju
dicial and Congressional conventions
lied at Salt Lako last week by full
1 delegations, sepnrato delegations bo-
ing elected to tho stntc and judicial
j conventions. Iron county's quota in
! each convention was ten,
EXHIBITS AT Ft I
WILL VARY HEY I
Livestock and Agriculture Have H
First Place on Premium List
for Iron County Fair. H
FULL DEPARTMENT FOR H
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS H
Best Local Maps and Local History H
as Well as Best Handiwork of H
School Children Will Receive H
Generous Awards at Exhibition. " H
Thoro will be no chnrgo for making
entries in tho Iron County Fair, Sep- H
tcmber 22, 23 and 2-1, and all animnls H
entered will bo cared for freo of H
charge while on exhibition. Agri- , H
cultural products must bo entered by H
the producer, manufactured goods by ;-
tho maker, and animals by their own- M
ers. Duly authorized agents may H
innko entries for their principals. H
There will bo no chnrgo to tho pub- M
lie for viewing tbo exhibits. Tho prem- H
iums offered cover in n general way
most of the useful activities of the H
county, as shown by tho premium list H
now rendy for distribution. H
Tho live stock department is listed H
first, and includes horses, cnttlo, iH
sheen, swine, poultry nnd rabbits. lit H
all cases suitablo prizes will bo award- iH
cd to any entries not specifically men- H
tioncd in tho premium list. Agricul- H
turc follows, with its array of irri- H
gated grains, dry farm crops, forng H
crops, seeds, potatoes, beets, onions, H
cabbage, tomatoes, squash, and mis- H
ccllancous products, including cucum- H
bcrs, melons, citrons nnd cantaloupes. H
There is a department for bees nnd H
honoy nnd for fruit, including apples, H
peaches, plums, prunes, pears. Best H
displny of flowers is also listed under i H
this head. H
In tho homo economics department """B
there arc good prizes offered for bak- 4 H
ing, canning, sewing nnd for the la- V H
bor-saving devices that help ease th .H
housokcenor'fl bunions. B
In the cducntionnl department arc H
listed mnps, drawings, local histories, H
school work, and handiwork of public ;H
school pupils. Tho Boys nnd Girls H
clubs department offers prizes for H
stock judging, sewing, bnking, and for H
best potatoes, corn, Iambs, sheep, H
Jersey calves, Uolstein calves, Duroc- H
Jersey hogs, Berkshire hogs, chickens, H
incuding White Leghorns, Plymouth H
Rocks, Blnck Minorcas, Buff Orping- H
tons nnd Rhode Island Reds. Thort H
is also n prize for best garden dis- H
play. All prizes in this department H
nre for members of Boys nnd Girls H
clubs only. M
Tho lnst department listed is that f H
of minerals, where $10 is offered for H
tho best displny of ore. M
Tho general committee in charge of H
tho fnir comprises Almn Esplin, chair- H
man, D. A. Matheson, secretary-treas- H
urer, and T. J. Jones, W. P. Bnrton H
and N. D. Forsyth as members. H
S. J. Foster as chairman of the pub- H
wun, unit iJiuiiiium Huu-tommitte, ssj
Dnvid Sharp of live stock, Alma Es- H
plin of agriculture; Mrs. C. B. Clay- H
ton, home economics, A. It. Price, of H
lmys' nnd girls' clubs, and J. P. Fulior H
of sports. jH
ARIZONA TEMPLE DAY
In order that every Latter-day Saint H
who desire may contribute to tho erec- H
tion of the temple nt Mesa, Arizona, H
Sunday, September 12th, has been set H
aside as "Arizona Temple Day." Wa H
request that each bishop in the Church H
make arangements by which all who jH
desire may make these donations, and H
wo hope each bishop will cucourago H
EVERY member of his ward to bo- H
como a donor. Further dctniis con- H
ccrning the collection of the funds, H
record of donors, and tho manner of H
remitting tho donations, will be given H
by tho Presiding Bishopric, who will H
collect these funds. H
HEBER J. GRANT, v H
ANTIION II. LUND, H
CIIAS. W. PENROSE, M
First Presidency. jH
J. C. Rarnhurst nnd wife of Hatch- H
town, Utnh, were hero the foro part H
of this wcok attending Mrs. Barn- H
hurst's mother, Mrs. A. W. Sandin, H
who lias been severely ill this week, H
nnd summoned them by telephone. M
Tho patient is improving nt this writ- , H
ing. , H
-o- g$ JM
Robert A. Fenton of PnrowanJiprin- HH
cipnl of tho Parowan high school; "was 1
in Cedar yesterday on business. Mr. mil
Fenton is well satisfied with tho pros- H
pects for tho coming yenr for the - H8
Parownn schools and tho conditions of ' , ftw
tho community in general. t -- - -v ,$ ' ahS