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SANTA CLAUS li now forgotten perhaps by may a little tot, a falut
Burner ealy till next Christmas rolls around. But If any little chap
in Asssrka hag reason to remember sood old St Nick It Is Vinson
H Walsh McLaaa,, "tk $100,000,000 baby." He had a $0,000 Christmas
M tree aal a few atore tkeusaads ef dollars la teys. He Is seen hero astride his
B Wy d4kr, walca waa as big as a lire aalmal and could hray about as nat-
1 arally af aaa, Mia faraats ara.tae rich Bdward n. McLeans of Wsshlagton.
' FARMERS RECEIVE GREAT
-(. BENEFITS FROM ROUND-UP
v Housekeepers' Conference at the
H Agricultural College at Logan
H was by far the greatest affair of
H tne kind conducted by thelnsti-
H tution. Over five hundred people
H from the northern part ot the
H' state and from points in South-
H ern Idaho and Western Wvom-
H iag were represented at the
H The electrical display of houae-
H hold utensils which was shown
H on the fourth floor of the
H Womans' Buildlni: was the best,
H display of the kind ever put on
H in the State.'or for that matter
H in the entire intermountain
H country, and created much in-
H terest on the part of the house-
H The electrical, 'pumping de-
H vices and measuring apparatus
H which was installed by the Utah
H Power and Light Co., attracted
H' much attention from the farmers
H' as did also the immense display
1 of farm implements.
H x Much interest is being mani-
H- fested in the horsemans' day
H which takes place today. Some
H of the best kcown breeders of
H Richmond, Providence, Hyde
H Park,, and Smythfield have an-
H' nounced their intention of being
H: represented at the horse fair
B . which will be held upon his date.
.s Altogether it is estimated that
K , between thirty and forty thous-
. and dollars worth of horses will
B ' .be. assembled upon the College
B; grounds. i
Bl Definite arrangements nave
k now been made for the Round-up
B& and Housekeepers' Conference
Bj which occurs at Richfield, Feb.
K; 13th to 21st. Two car loads of
K' cattle, sheep and hogs are being
EF sent to Richfield from San Pete
K County, and one car load of J
Bl . animals is being sent down from
B'v the Agriculture College at Logan
B, and towns in the northern part '
War of the State.
Judging by the success
which, has attended the Round-
I1T1 11 IS HgljHln Ily lillMir A UM9
come to utan loTIy anajSb
beat evidence of this fact is, that
this year the College officials
have found it necessary to put
on the two round-ups one at
Logan and the other at Richfield
in order to accommodate the
many people desirous of attend
ing the same.
1 1 i 1 1 ii J
IN POLITICAL "JOBS"
Washington, D. C. Jan. 31.
No matter how important the
business before Congress may
be, there is nothing that so in
terests the public at large m
the handing out of Federal pie.
Not that so many people are
asking for a hunk of it, al
though the Members of CongreM
who find their daily mail bur
dened with petitions for jobs
arc tempted to think so. It's
just a peculiarity of moat folks
that they wonder who will get
all the good jobs that are to bo
distributed. That's why the
determination of the Seriate to
hold up confirmations of the
President's nominations has
aroused so much interest. There
is a deadlock over it and unless
the democrats are given some
concessions they threaten not to
allow any of the names to go
through during the entire ses
sion. Of course this makes the
cold chills creep along the
spinal columns of a large number
of very excellent gentlemen and
a few more worthy ladies who
are perfectly acceptable to the
President, but who seem unable
to get past the Senate obstructions.
Some say that chronic consti
pation cannot be cured. Don't
you believa it. Chamberlain's
Tablets have cured others why
not you? Give them a trial.
They cost only a quarter. For
sale by All Dealers.
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1 LIVE STOCK AND REAL ESTATE
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Jf j, lllsfccjt Market Price at all Times fer - i;
:j: j CMlle, Sheep, Etc.
C- Sec us before selling your Stock.
! We handle Land Scrip and Real Estate of ,
' ' all kinds. j .
Panguitch Commision Co. S
: (INCORPORATED) Panguitch, Utah J
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Fletcher &. Tletcher 8
1 XLXCTRICI A,NS I
3 x Electrical Wiring and Supplies. We make
S a specialty of furnishing Chandeliers, Shades -
5( J, .. Portable Lamps, Wall Brackets, Sundries
g SVje us liX Save IMConey
an 0ll Phono -4- Blue g
I sski JB. Jewelry and Watch j
V -i jSi $ repair Jewelry of alt kinds
dSlM. as weti a8 1Pa,ee8 '""'ii
J TTFRV GloehB. S also carry a full j;
J 3jVy!jgLfcJ line of jewelry and Watche ot
I JvV' Y" S Jeweler and Watchmaller
C3C to tiB&
: o efa. MWiriter Excursion
1 FEB 1st' . STWIVEU AIIWEKE MOTES
v Tickets on Sal at all U aK Stations ;
only. Write for Special Itiner-
tiirVi ary of This Trip
; (( " Standard Tourist'Slcepcra ;j
ii March 17 Free Pullman Chair Car jj
! i. . . See your Agent for Tickets
;i F.T. GRAHAM, . J. H. MANDKRFIKLD,
Agent, Lund. A. C. f. V., Salt Lak City, J;
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jTO SHEEF MEN:;
Shear at Modcna, the ideal shearing : :
I place1 . in Southern Utah. Good ,
I feed, .water and shelter.
I Bcft and latest facilities for shearing and ' t .
I caring fhr your wool. We can save you mon-
ey on your shearing this season. Write us.
1 Utah Sheep Shearing Co. j
I Wm. LUND, Manager. I
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ii To Cedar City People: ii
: : Good Teeth Is a Positive Necessity i
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'. ! We wish to announce to the people of Cedar City and ! ;
; ; vicinity that we' have opened a Dental Office in the Knell ; ;
; ; Block, and are prepared to do dental work according to
'. '. the latest methods. Our equipment is complete and we '. '.
; ; are in a position to do everything in the lino of dentistry. ; ;
; ; There is no need to go to the cities, no matter how diffi- '
I cult the work ; you can have it done here, at your con- '. '.
t venience and a great saving in expense. ; ;
i The teeth have a great influence on the health, as wellas ;
personal appearance. Call and see us. Visitors welcome.
Drs. COWER & ROGERS,
I Knell Block, Cedar City, and Parowan. ! :
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DR. R. A. THORLEY I I
I DENTIST I I
Office Mercantile Block 3 H
Phone 18-2 I
i Do Your Business With the
Beinlc of II
fSouthern Utah ;f
I The Strongest Bank ,
i. in the Southern Pai t
1 of the State ... 1
g Ccipltol and Surplus !
5 Deposits 22S,000 X -.
Managed Conservatively in
I the Interests of Its Patrons.
6 S. J. FOSTER, Cashier.
I WATCH REPAIRING, ! I
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O CAREFUL ATTENTION i I J
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g WATCHES FOR SALE II ;j
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I I I CAN SAVE YOU HONEY. S J
1 1 Alex G. MatKeson. B "
Offloa on r- fhono, ..,,
Main St. Office 4- Short
Residence 2 .,
F. J. BURTON 1
Parowan, Utah. W
.Parowan's Popular Hotel.
Headquarters for Coromer- :
cial Mien and Court At- ---tendants
In the Center of Town "
MRS. M A. ORTON Proprietor
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No Time !
Like the Present
- T oaea ) a katrfc accesmt.
The kaat way t fy a MM s ;
by chacfc; tk beet way to set
the sayiHK haMt la ta deposit
your m oady in a Savlags Bank,
We nave both rfeartiMca,
aad offer you ioe4, fremst i
J and courteous service, and laat :
but meat Impartaat SAFETY. ;
"Watch Us Crow'1
Deposits - - $125,000 : j
Capital and Surplus - $27,250 : j
We solicit your patronage , i
on business principles I
bh of ii in S
j E. L. CLARK, President
J J. CLAYTON, MITCHELL, Cnstysr '::
Old papers for sale at The
Record office, 20c per hundred.
The GamilnG DOMESTIC
Shipped Prepaid SMoUUUI t--ifl
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ofttrmt. Oath after trial or H)I pavrxoiti Ion -
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