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I PROFESSIONAL CAMS;
Electrical and Hydraulic)
j . ; ENGINEER .
! v R- S. Gardner
l :x Phone 31 Red:
i CEDAR CITY, - - UTAH
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It Residence at OOlcc 1' hono 9 white
I ' tyje Corry'a Kesldence, I on 18
I ; 'Dr. g; m. glark
I Physician Surgeon
I Office Houni OI'PICE
10 to M a. m. Mercantile Block
I a to 4 p. tn. Cedar City
. .. .A.tJtoriioy-at-JL'n'W
' , Geo. R. Lund
Attends all District Court ses-
I sions at Parowan Utah
k ST. GEOROE - - - UTAH
I - Lawyers
Associate Work for Attorneys
ft Public Land Mattern: l'lnnl Vroof. Desert
Lands, ContcHta and Mining
V - Cases. Scrip.
'.: WASHINGTON D. C. f9
Geo. B. Greenwood
, GonornI oillco anil Court practice of all
t kinds. Lon distance telepono
in ofllco and rosidenco
HILFORD & BEAVER - UTAH
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
O. P. Fretwelf
25 Years Experience in the
J L'onsollalion, Plans and Specifications Free
CEDAR CITY, - . UTAH
w W.K. Granger, PpjpmtTon
1 Located in Center of City. Clean
I and Comfortable.
gj Special attention to Commercial Travelers
II Sample Rooms. Stable Service
I G. A. BURNHAM
I House Painting and
w Interior Decoration 11 Specialty
i .. Paper ITantflni,'. A full lino of
m " Wall Paper Samples carried
M v A card will hrln mo to your
H homo wito samples
CEDAR CITY - - - - UTAH
1 AUTO LINE
I Cedar OityLnncl
W Tickets on sale at the Cedar
M City Drug Store. Send or
H call 40 red
m Daily Service each way
H B. F. KNELL Prop.
I Hunter's Model
8 Barber Parlors
H Latest Styles in
jH Hair Cuttting
I Children's Hair Trimming
H "Dutch Cut" a specialty
M Bmlhm In Camiaoito
1 E. R. LAY, Mgr.
I Normal Nevus
g ByThk school CoRitaroDRNT j
At 'chapel on Wednesday of
last week Mrs. E. C. Watson,
the town librarian gave a very
interesting tak on the physical!
care of books. She gave us ad-1
vice, which, if adhered to, will
materially better the conditions
of our libraries.
Last Wednesday Bishop-Henry
W. Lunt talked very interesting
ly on past and present educa
tional advantages in Southern
Utah. He compared the condi
tions of his boyhood days with
those of today, and impressed
upon our minds the necessity of
taking advantage of the oppor
tunities for educational improve
ment afforded by the Branch
On Thursday of last week Mr.
Decker called a special chapel
exercise to give the students the
privilege of hearing Dr. Geo. W.
Middleton, Willard Done, and
Judge Melville speak. They are
all men of experience and gave
us excellent advice. Dr. Mid
dleton is associated with Presi
dent J. T. Kingsbury, in look
ing after the interests of the
Branch Normal. .He talked on
the advantages of the country
youth over the city youth.
La Cercle, a ladies' society at
the Normal has been organized
and will begin activities soon.
They are planning to have a can
dy pull in the Domestic Science
An excellent course is given in
Art this year. Mrs. Ashby has
charge of this department and is
giving special work in oil, and
china painting, also in water col
ors. A fee of two dollars and a
JialJT will be charged' for this
Vnintiiig will be given for five
Several new students have ar
rived and taken up their studies
at the Normal during the past
week. We have an extra large
enrollment considering the fact
that there have been two high
schools established in this part
of the state within the last year.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office at Salt Lake City,
Utah, October 22, 1912. '
Notice is hereby given that
Ernest Green, of Cedar City,
Utah, who, on September 11,
1912, made Homestead Entry
(Serial No. 010457), for Lot 1,
WiNEi and SEJNWi, Section
36,Township36 S.", Range 11 W.,
Salt Lake Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final
five-year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, be
fore the Clerk of the District!
Court, at Parowan, Utah, on the
14th day of December, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John E. Dover, Joseph H.
Hunter, La Fayette McConnell,
William H. Sawyer, all of Cedar
E. D. R. THOMPSON,
First Oct. 24-Last Nov. 29
Connecticut City Has Great 8ucceso
With Six of Them.
Although the playgrounds of Nor
wich, Conn., were not opened ontll
Auk. 8. they found quick favor with
the children and mothers of the city
and were crowded from the start.
There ore six of these "city oalHM
nnder tbu care of the Norwich Play
grounds association, and their great
success bas decided the authorities t
keep them epri well Into" the fnlL.
SubecrlB Hi ths "Record."
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HAS FIri38 SEVERED
Hf WITH AXE
WedraJBl norning, Albert,
the little m f Principal E. B.
Dalley of 2Mfblic schools, suf
fered the rSfc rtune to have his
finger com3ly 8evered with
an axe. . hE
The little fjgow, in company
with anothcSmall playmate, a
son of Wm. Corry, was play
ing in the : A scream of
distress broufht Mrs. Dalley to
the asaiatanJpf her child, and
she was horrified to see ontf of
his fingers hanging by the skin,
the flesh and bone being com
An axe nearby told the cause
of the accident, but as to how it
occurred there is no way of
knowing. Dr. Leonard was cal
led and replaced the finger and it
is hoped that, owing to the youth
of the child, the finger may knit
and be saved.
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ftubecrlbe for the "Record.'
The new residence of R. Sr H
Gardner, near the Normal HBH
grounds, is practically enclosed, H
I the walls being completed and iH
I the roof nearly so. Within a few jHH
I days work will begin on the in- ifll
Itnllan Reformatories. J
Italy Is transforming her stnto ro 11
formatorlea Into lustltutlona that shall H
be schools rather than prisons. To " B&fll
emphasize this enlightened attitude IHH
the authorities are naming the Instltu fl
Uona thus reorganised after pro ml- ' H
nctit edurators. ILIifl
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g I Heaters, - $4.00 to $21.00 0 S
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g ' Sheepmen's Horse Blankets that fit 0 H
and stay on' from - $3 to $4 75 (l
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