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; Parowan Items.
ti , Parowan February 28th."'
H Time passes so rapidly that it
, fl - .-seems impossible to get the
, Parowan items in before Thurs-
f I day and hence they always take
J their place on an under page of
" if th Record- I hope that the
' JSd 0f our city do t blame
, the editor of the Record for this
, - -as the fault lies with the corres
? pondent; probably when the
i editor is undated it would boa
good time to set aside tardy cor-
f respondents, also. Again, there !
t are lost of news items not sent
' in i by the correspondent that the j
I; , editor should not be blamed for
I . not printing. "Give unto Caesar c
-Caesar's due." t
i rarmers and sheep men are all
wearing a broad smile since the
last heavy fall of snow, which
:. amounted to nearly a foot here.
i Word comes from Panguitch
I Lake that the fall there was
about four feet and that two feet
I fell in Kanarra.
I Representative Wilford Day, of
v Parowan, Avho is" always in the
lead and alive to his duties of
bettering the farming conditions i
una an conditions of his fellow
men, has just arrived with a
shipment of thoroughbred Jer
seys and Durhams which are said
to be the finest stock in the
County. Mr. Day expects to
SL gradually increasing c,i is evi- i
S dencedby thefollow'ng births: i
fe Jan. 3rd, to Mr. and Mrs. Earl
nlf Gillis, a girl; Jan. 20th to Mr.
fx and Mrs. Eugene M. Dal ton, a
girl; Jan. 23rd to Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Bentley, a girl; Jan.
t 29th to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney P.
Pritchard, a boy; Feb. 20th, to j
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Stevens, '
a girl: Feb. 23, to Mr. and Mrs.
Wille.rd Skougaard, a girl; Feb. ,
25th, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. j
Adams, a girl. We hope that
some of our neighbors are doing
as well with the male population
as we have with the female.
v Mrs. John J. Gurr has been at
home for a few days, but re
turned to Beaver this week
where she is caring for her child
ren who are attending the
IV Murdock Academy.
Mrs. Gwendolin Benson came
in from Cedar for a few days,
returning to be ready for the
The sudden change in the
weather and temperature caused
the "grip" to grip, and some of
its victims are: Mrs. Ann Gunn,
Walter C. Mitchell, Thos. Taylor,
Brother Mortensen, who is 95
years old, and ex-County Clerk
Wm. T. Morris.
Another time wherjBJllNpuabt'i. -proves
vaiuauie was when we
announced some time ago the
election to be held here on March
19th, to decide whether the city
should be bonded or not the pur
1 pose of installing a water system.
I The bonded sum was printed as
I $2,500 which was incorrect as it
I should have been $25,000.
1 At the Parents Class last Sun-
day a committee consisting of
I Wilford Day, George Durham
I and Wesley Taylor was chosen to
see to the matter of getting Miss
, Librarian, to Parowan
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Bm When Th thuo lic&il in rtunoml
while she is at Cedar to mak
knownto us the methods of con
ducting a successful Library,
this is a step in the right direc
tion and should be accelerated bv
the help of our citizens. How
ever, in the fitness of things, un
less we are able to instill both
Library and water sytsem, we
think the water system should
take preference. If there is any
thing that seems out of place
and disorderly it is a mother or
Brown daughters leisurely read
ing while the children are un
kempt in appearance, and so in
)ur city it would not be a pleas
ng sight to well balanced people
osee our young men and women
r their elders spending r.hmV
time in the Public Gymnasium
and reading while our drinking
water is polluted by the refuse
of the stable, to say nothing of
I mothers carrying the water for
the family while they are thus
engaged. "Order" is Heaven's
first law. As Supt. A. C. Nelson
said to us while here "In America
we can have anything that we
desire." We must believe in
ourselves and organize and work
Mir desires will them be fully resized.
It is reported that Lawyer
Houtz of Salt Lake City in com
pany with three others and as
many teams, are now engaged
m breaking up his 500 acre tract
of landbelow Rush Lake. Thev
;he lake and forming a rese'rvoir
will soon be at work again.
County Chairman J. II. Arthur,
District Attorney Ryan and Dr.
Leonard of Cedar were in on
E. L. Clark has returned from
Itanab where he had been on
25 p:r cent oil on boys and
mens sweaters Tuesday at the
1 Formal notes. T
In chapel Fob raury 21st Misses
Urana Jones, Winnie Corry,
Annette Webster and InaNeilson
gave a quartette and Dr. Leonard
talked a short time.
In students' chapel last Fri
day, Miss Isabelle Jackson gave a
piano solo, Mr. Marcus Tegan a
reading entitled, "Washington,"
and Mr. Willavd Canfield talked
In chapal Wednesday, Mr.
Arthur Pratt played a violin solo
and Mr. Lehi W. Jones gave an
In special chapel Monday, some
of the oral expression students
gave a recital. The prorgam
jfOOSeVL'IfS -nuaicoo -.
Rough Riders, Alvin Brooksen.
Toussaint L'Ouveture, Blain
Herve Riel, C. D. Barnum.
The Bells, Lula Corry.
The Chimney's Melody, Keziah
The Bugle Song, Nellie Lunt.
I Lincoln's Gettysburg address,
Aunty Doleful's Visit, Violet
j "The Second Years held theii
' class party February 17 at Ven
1 Vm. ve can prtnt r iw
3 r , , iSfcrv Countrv on Earth.
work PlfffiE ! RvXftS" yoi ?iano Pumituro, Wood
orJv, Picture FramiRrass Bedsteads or on any surface
lX a?5,riM .Pied, cleaned or dusted?
n can ics away, all dt smokiness and dirt, and leaves
wSh nnffh C,?1"1 unitary and with a bSnutfful?
sVzcs ' fneor is put up ,n both 2Sg an(1 mc
NnJV.,ai5-nnX!0t,?ihnV0 V0U SeC0U1' linC Of goods.
ofW fnif ,Sp,a' "the window. We will make every
bo fnvS.S?S-?iyou n1?0 t0 rccoive nn ea'iy cal1 and to
oe lavored with youryders.
Jffffi FURNITRUE & CARPET CO.
2 Pace's. 4
' The Third Years ?4their
i class party February 1lj8a.
: belle Jackson's. .ii 1
The Fourth Years 'lidlheir
class party Februarjf nt
Wallace Lunt's. The graduling
class are getting class pinO
Last Saturday Beaver was fere
and played a game of Basketball
with the Normal. The scoreWs
30 to 18 in favor of the'Nonhal.
There was a largo crowd thlro
but only about one half as nLy
as there were at the game with
The Students' Literary Society
will be held Saturday evening
at 7:30 and will carry out tht fol
lowing program: - L "fe,
.JSfSSPiOi Mr, Ashbjf; iM
the Good BishopMIss DffOcer. I
Th Wranglers' Club wfsCJld
Thursday night to try-ovjjihe
debaters who are going to lt.eet
St. George in April on ithe
question: Resolve that tariff
should bo for revenue only. Each!
contestant was allowed eight
minutes and the Judges choseithe
two debaters. We have found
that we have some veryjfgood
material and hope to "Jln out
with St. George. J
Now is your chance o get
Summer Embroideries chap. At
the Sheep Store Tuesday.
Pinto, Utah, Februahi 20.
' A reception was given ednes
day evening by MissLillie Knell.
Music and singing wei -e the
features of the eveninfg. A
general good time was njoyed
Mr. and Mrs. Ilcbori Barron
of Washington were v's itor. at
the home of C. E. Kijiell last
W. J. Knell, and wjife and
dautrhter have crone to.O(?edar this
week on business. 1
James Piatt and IWoodward
Tullis have returned frjom Burrel,
where they have 1 eenjfor a few
A heavy snow has ta-J
making it almost imppsible to
get through in some places.
Miss Mina Pearce hSs returned
from Washington -and St. George
where she has been 'isiting for
the past two months.
Miss Estelle Jacofson spent
, Washington BirthcUty with her
. parents in Pine Valley, returning
' to Pinto Sunday.
Ray Cox and J. Xpunff have
x returned from their anting trip.
made application in accordam
,uh thr rPfiin'retnents of tl
They report a general good trip"
Wool and silk scarfs for sale
cheap Tuesday at Sheep Store.
The Misbg Rib.
Kanarra, Utah, February 28.
Our little town was unusually
excited recently, by the news of
a bachelor, who has lived with
out his full amount of ribs for 42
years; at last he (Will Stapley)
was struck by a piercing arrow
of Cupid, and left for Hinckley
to secure a valentine in the shape
of Miss Emmelino Allred, the
missing rib. They were married
last week in the Salt Lake
Temple. It seems ho is ashamed
to return, judging from his secret
departure, and wilLJocate - .at
hnckly '' for. the r-prgwtT
Pord have furnished their homes
yith two gasoline lights each.
About 15 inches of snow fell
One more improvement is ad
;led to our town. Jesse Ford has
purchased a blacksmith shop, so
fro to him for iron works.
Lace on sale at the Sheep Store
Leap Year Ball.
Tonight in the Ward Hall there
will be a leap year ball to which
all the ladies of the town are in
vited. The admittance will be 50 conts
per couple, and 25 cents for ex
The anticipation of a good time
will no doubt bring out many of
the fair ones, and they ought by
all means to have a nice young
man as partner. If there be any
who cannot find one they have
but to go to the Bank of Southern
I Utah, where will be found a list
I of names from which they may
'make a choice. Every young
1 man suggested by the cashiers is
guaranteed to be "quality."
LADIES! ATTENTION! Come
in and obtain a liberal free1
sample of an exquisite hand and
face cream. Best for chapped
and rough skins.
r-Chft Cedar CitaJliiig- -
Next Sunday evening the fol
lowing program will be rendered
in the Tabernacle.
Song by choir.
Duet under direction of Mrs.
"Presidential Outlook," John
Violin duet, E. B. Dalley and
i Solo, Vira Perkins,
:e ' Date of first publication Fc
ie' ruary 9, 1912, date of completi
H Accidents to tho flesh
H 'will happen, no matter H
H tiow careful you arc H
Ballard's I H
I SNOW I
Hltopt nlwnyn In tho houso loH H
H a Rimrnntco of prompt treat- IH
Mt mont whrnovcr tucro in a cut, M
burn. brul3o or other Injury toH H
mk tho lIoBh of nny member of tho
H family. Tho a o on or thcsoH IH
H wounda nro treated, tho rtroatcr H
H certainty that they will heal H
H without much pain or loss of H
H time It la equally certain that H
mi tho torture of rhcumatlom. H
i mm pcuralRla and Bclatlca. lamo H
H bnck, ntllt nock and lumbnao H
m will bo cased, and tho dineaso H
mJ npocdlly drlvon out of tho body.
If vou havo It on hand tho H
Wt mifforlnpr la nliort and tho euro mWM
is spocdy and comploto. H
jH Price 25c, no mid I1.00 per H
H Jameir.Dallnrd.Prop. ot.Loul,Mo. I
Stephons Eye Salvo Cures 8 ore H
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ALL DRUGGISTS. B
Buckhorn Notes, H
Buckhorn, Utah, February 22. H
Today there is no school on ac- H
count of it being Washington's M
'Miss Myrtle Edwards is ex-
pected home from Cedar about
Mr. Alma Robinson is here for j
a few days on business. r'.H
-HKvpijLJiSrs. Ralls will give a -h siiiH
Paragoonah last week visitiMg; ; H
friends. .-? , 'lWM
Brothers Adams and Lyman rH
were our home missionaries hist '
Sunday, also Brother James H
Ollorton, who came out in the in- H
tercst of tho Sunday School. We . H
anticipate organizing a "Parents H
Glass" in our Sunday School. H
Children are much more likely , H
to contract tho contagious diseas- H
cs when they have colds. Whoop- WM
ing cough, diphtheria, scarlet H
fever and consumption are , 1
diseases that arc often contracted . H
when the child has a cold. That ,' H
is why all medical authorities say JM
beware of colds. For the quick H
cure of colds you will find noth- H
ing better than Chamberlain's H
Cough Remedy. It can always . H
be depended upon and is pleasant WM
and safe to take. For sale by ' H
Palace Drug Store. H
To Run Serial Storv. B
On account of having an ex- JM
cess of job work wo arc com- M
polled to cut the Record down to M
six pages. However, toom- M
pensato our readers for this we ' -kw
are making arrangements to run H
a serial story from now until May M
8, and this will necessitate keep- H
I ing up the regular eight pages. H
You mayjook-fof'something M
L-rr-rrntrTTi ihsliilments " (5f .. H
'sufficient length to insuro them vj LW
being interesting. j H
Many suflerers from riieuma-
tism have been surprised and do- H
lighted with the prompt relief ' vmM
afforded by applying Chamber- -. M
Iain's Liniment. Not one case'-' ' " 1-W
of rheumatism in ten require any ' M
internal treatment whatever. M
j This liniment is for sale by " M
Palace Drug Store. JmM
Oh you Velvet Ice Cream! fl
Cedar City Drug Store. fl