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I News From Nearby Towns
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I : . Kanarraville.
B : Jas. Stapley has gene to visit
B the Dixie settlements to supply
m them with his Rawleigh riiedi-
m cine and extracts.
M V A dance will be given By the
H ' Band Committee the proceeds
H ' to go to help pay for the horns.
B , Last Friday night a surprise
B party was held In the Ward Hall.
1 The occasion being the birthday
H of our Bishop and Elder John
H Piatt. The bishop was 36 years
t old. A program was carried
I! out intersperced with ice cream
H and dancing. The Bishop had
H been invited but declined as he
Hf - had no inkling of the affair. A
H buggy was sent to bring him in
H 3nd when the party entered the
H house he was preparing for bed,
H but they brought him any way.
H An enjoyable time was had by
H all present. Brother Piatt was
H ill and unable to attend. The
H whole affair was a success and
H was under the auspicious of the
H Parents' Glass.
H A Birthday party, 'for Noal
H. -Williams, was given Sunday
H night at the home of his parents.
He A sumptuous supper was partak-
H' en of by 35 young people.
H'i 'According to a circular letter
H received by the local Register of
H the Precinct, all parties inlend-
H ing to practice Obstetrics in this
H precinct should s$ inform the
H; Register of their intentions so :
H he can send in his report to' the i
H ,Sta"te Register by -February 1st. :
H Cedar Physicans please take '
H; The Dry Creek farmers held a
H meeting L st Saturday night in '
HjJMgMMp-'-rcgard to installing a telephone '
f "system at each farm on the
HHB creek and in their town homes. '
I- , A great majority of the elder
ly, people here are complaining
Hi ' Mr. Palmer of Orderville is in
HP town on business
H j The men who went toTrumble
H I to.work on the saw mill there,
H have returned home. They re-
H port the weather very cold and
H a great deal of snow.
H Mrs. Mina Hinton is teaching
H school in Miss Augusta Carter's
H place, the latter having had to
H - go home on account of her
H mother's serious illness.
H .Mr. Joseph Humphries has
H just moved his family into their
H new home.
Mr. Merril Hall has moved his
H family here from Rockville.
HS They expect to. make this their
HI . future home.
Hi The school, boys who went to
H f St! George to play basket ball
Hi with the Academy first year's,
H are seen with smiles on their
H ; faces, not because they lost the
H game by a score of 13 to 29, but
H because of their pleasant time.
H ' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stout have
H taken' their little daughter to St.
H ' George. She has been seriously
H . ill for about three weeks.
H F. E. Fletcher, the contractor,
H returned Saturday from Salt Lake
I j City, Where he had gone in re-
j sponse to a call summoning him
I I to the bedside of his father.
Hi When ho left his father was
WA slightly improved but still in a
HI very serious condition.
Leonard Green, son of Dr. E.
Ijf F, Green, is now employed at
111 the Cedar City Drug Store,
Mr. Wilford Rowley and Miss
Irene Hardy were married on
the tlth. Mr. Rowley is a ref
ugee and returned from Mexico
Inst Summer. Miss Hardy is
highly respected in St. George
which was her late home. In
tho evening Mrs. Richard Rowley
gave a fine reception for the
couple. Saturday evening the
18th, the younger folks of Paro
wan gave the newly-weds a
bundle shower, and quite an en
joy ab le f'n c ue rrt.
Sunday afternoon Judge
Greenwood gave a fine address
in which very good advice was
given to the young folks regard
ing morality and good citizen
ship. The machine for making the
cement pipe has arrived so we
expect Parowan will get ahead
with the waterworks. '
We have had one very severe
case of small pox in town, and
wo are sad to relate, that the
victim is Mr. William L. "Ad'amsi ,
He is just recovering now. Peo
ple have been quite scared but
the Adams family has been quar
antined for two weeks now.
Ellis Bentley' a Normal stu
dent, has been seriously ill, and
his folks have been obliged to
bring him home. It is not defi
nite known what his case is but
it has been reported that he has
appendicitis. He has the sym
pathy of Parowan people and it i
hoped that he will soon recover.
We have been in the dark i'cr
some time as a result of the
cold wcatherton our light system,
but we are promised "light on
the subject" to-morrow night. '
We are glad to extend our con-
gralulations to Mr. and Mrs. S. :
J. Whitney, who were the happy !
recpients on Sunday afternoon
of a baby girl. All concerned,
are doing nicely.
The Stock-holders of the Paro-
wan Co-op M &M Co. met on the
20th and re-elected the board of
directors as well as attending to
The Ladies Sewing Club met :
the night of the 20th at Miss '
Florence Orton's, and as there j
was, contrary, to the custom,
some young men present, , the i
hostess brought forth some car- ;
pet rags to be torn by the male '
members. After the usual work,
appropriate refreshments were
served and the crowd dispersed j
to meet in one week at Miss ;
Just arrived, a big shiqment
of fresh drugs, medicides, toilet
articles, and sundries, anything
you may want in our line. Cedar
City Drug Store. The House of i
"Quality." . Adv.
THE TEACHER A
No one is more worthy to tear
this great title than tho teacher
in our public school, Never did
tho truth of such a statement
crowd its way so irresistably in
to our thought as when we stood
a few days ago before a thousand
little children ranging from eight
to twelve years of age. They
were children of both foreign
and American paVentage. In
general appearance, in attrac
tiveness of face, in keenness of
perception, in brightness, of eye,
in all the signs that promise fine
and noble citizonship there ws
no difference. It was a city of
factorial. Recent industrial dis
turbances had been inclining us
to rather pessimistic views as to
the future. That wonderful
body of children, with tha pos
sibilities for all that is high
gleaming from their eyes, train
ed by that splendid group of
teachers who sat with them, was
the best sort of medicine for one
with pessimistic symptoms. Give
those earnest men and those
gentle women a few years with
theso children and, through that
steady transfusion of life by
which the teacher pouis himself
into the very soul of the pupil,
there will be formed a genera
tion of citizens which the agita
tor and the anarchist cannot
move at will, inciting to violence
and outrage. Here is the hope
of Americathe public school,
and the teacher makes the schol- i
ar. Read "The Promised Land," i
by Mary Antin, if you question !
this. "Teaching," someone has J
said, "while.it is the vilest of I
trades becomes the noblest of !
professions." Ex. N . j
Billy's "Quality" Lotion;
made in Cedar City, and it can't
be beat; best for the face and &
.hands,, and for the men after '
shaving. Cedar City Drug Store.'
The House of ''Quality." Adv.. $
Le Circle met last Wednesday
afternoon and were entertained
by Mrs. Macfarlane who told
an original story, and Nan Brown' '
who gave a reading.
Now that the weather has im-
proved construction work will
begin as soon,;as a kiln of lime
can be burned, which should not
require more-than two weeks.
If your children are subject to
attacke of cwwvfc.watchforjthe 4
first symptom, hoarseness Qive
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
soon as the child becomes hoarse
and the attack may be warded
off. For sale by the Palace
Old newspapers for sale at 4
The Record office; 20c a hundred. 4
I'MTKD 8TA1KHl,AN! 0PF1CK, L
Salt Lake City, Utah, December 12, 1012.
To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby s?
k'lvcu that the State oi Utah has II led in tills
office lists of liuuls. Bclcctnl by tho snttl State,
under section 6 of the Act of Congress, approved ""
July 18, 13'JI, h Imluiniilty School luliUh, vlx:
NVJiwyT8ec 13, T. 3tS., Ji.OW., s I.. M,
Serial 010781. Coplctt of .Yld lists, rio far as
Ihey relate to said tracts by descriptive sub- JJ
divisions, have been conspicuously posted In 5
this office for lnsvcllon by any person luteieM- J
cd and by the public f'tucrally. Urliitf the g
period of publication of thin notice, or my time t
tlim-rfter. mid hefcte final approvu laud certlli-
cmlou, under departmental recutations nl J
April 25, 17. prolritts or contests ii(,'iiliiit the J
claim of the Mnte to iny of the tracts or sub.
divisions hereinbefore, described on tho irronud
that the same s miro vnliuble for mineral than S
f-ir agricultural tiurjia'.es. trill be received and 5
uou'il for roD'it lu tho General La ml Oltlce i.t
Wahhiittfton I). C Failure noto protest or con- J
tint, within iim time ppsclfied, will be consld- S
Nicd Minficleiit cildeuco ol the non-mineral
chnrnctcr of the tracts and tho selections there-
i)f, hcln (; uihcrwue fteo from objectioiiu, will S
he approved to the State'
1- I) K. THOMPSON. Ueu'lstcr.
1'iisl Dec, 27 l.tja.2i. J
I'NITItnSTATKI LANK OfFICK,
Salt Litko City, I'tsh, Ioembcr 6, 1012.
To Whom it May Concern: Notice U hereby K
given that the Htatc of Utah hatt filed In thin J
ollicclbtsor iau.ls, (.elected bv thcs.iid State. ?
under section of the Act of C .nress. approved
July 1(1. 18)1, as ludemuilv School lands, viz: S
SW'iSlJK, S 1, and Lots 1 &2. WNIJU.
Sec. 12, T 3". s , u. 13 V S L. M Serinl $
01C772. Court of said lists, so lar ti. thoy re- a
late to said Irac tv descriptive sqlilivlHlous,
liae beuu urn i puouhIv t'led In 1'M office
'or Inspection b any person IntrieMcd oud
bv the public tf.iif rally. I)iirliiirtle period of
p ib'icationi f iin. ooilrc. or any time there-
after ai-d beiire dual approval and certilica ;
lion under d.j rliiiental regulations of April S
25 10,7, prole h.roittthtri i;siiiit ihu claim J
ol the Slate 'r anyLoftho tracts or Hubdlvlslous '
herelr.lie!ottM-cr.;-d on Iho ground tUat tha J
sinto Is more atuahle for mi nerd 1 than for J
ajirlenlur il p ipnoc. will he rtcolvcd and J
noted for rep ri tu.tho Cone ral I and Office at
Ubhliitfton ). f failure mi to protest or con
lest, within the time: poecified, will be consld
ert:iUiitIic:enlinideuce(irilio uon mlnur.il char
acterof tho tracts "hnd the pelecilous thireo'f.
helnc oiherwis. frco from objection, wl.l
be npproved to thcState. ((
K. n:R. THOMPSON, Ke;iater.
lirtOec. -IrLa't Jan. 21.
i 1 mi 1 11 ..ij.,11 Liui'iiMiminMr on i r i in n
Peisons troubled with partial
paralysis are"often very much
bonefited by tnassaging the af-
flicted parte thoroughly .when
applying Chamberlain's Lini-
ment. This liniment also re- j
lieves rheumtitic pains. For sale
by the Palace Drug Store,
I One:Thirdf'His I .
I Time in Bed I I i
Sg DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK YOU SPEND g $
ABOUT ONE-THIRD OF YOUR TIME IN BED? W 4f
Thas bping'the case, don't you think you M 1 1
m owe yourself a good Mattress? gg J? a
gg If you sleep on a poor .bed you wake up '$ 1
M stretching and feel yearly as tired as when you g
m went fco bed. ' n
On the other hand if you sleep on. a good 3 '3 j
m bed you waliii up fresh ready for your days g ' I
m work. , W w
m You really can't afford to be tired in the 8 II
morning; and it is'nt expensive to own a good 8 1 1
M bed, once bought it will last you a life time and 88 ) 1
m without a Dollar repairs', s M j 1
M The modern, sanitary bed is the cotton 88 ' i
eg felted Mattress. Of course there are many 4f
m grades, ranging in price from $5.00 to $20.00, M Jj
m We have a cheap grade at S4.50: a fair u& II
$ grade at $8.50; and a Cracker Jack at $13.50. 8 "' 1
Ifc is a Mattress that has been selling all 8 A I
jS through the East for 13.50. v ; I
m It has stood the test of TIME and made good. W
If we sell you a famous Mattress away ui j & 1
here, at the price it is sold for in the East. W 1
I CAN YOU ASK MORE? Mf 1
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