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title: 'Iron County record. (Cedar City, Utah) 1893-1982, February 14, 1913, Image 5',
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City and Local Happenings
Henry Clark returned from his
ranch the first ot the week.
A. R. McBride of Paragonab
was a visitor in the city Satur
day. 4 E, McKaughan of Lund was
in Cedar the first of the week on
. Plenty, palatable and pure vel
." , vet Ice Cream at the Cedar City
Bring your job work to The
t Record and have it done right
.at the beginning.
Mr. Thos. Davis of Escalante
is one of the new subscribers ad
vded during the week.
Louis Rocbon 6f Lund brought
" an automobile from that place to
Cedar Monday for C. S. Wilkin
son. V Most of the good job work
seen in this part of the country
' is done by The Record job de
Thos. Dix has purchased the
property in the north part of
town known as the Joseph Has
Begin thinking about it now
what you will do when "improve
ment day" is designated by the
Mayor Logan Lowder of Paro-
- j wan was among the visitors in
9 this city Sunday to meet the leg
Mrs. H. E. Peterson accom
- , ' panied her husband to Salt Lake
, City where he was taken to un-
- - dergo an operation.
i The Cedar Mercantile Co. has
most anything you want for the
farm or home, and a vote jn the
Piano Contest with each cent
t purchased, t , Adv.
: e ,, 4 Mr. Byron Orton of Pa'nguitch
$ and Mr. Geo. Webb of Parowan
V are among the new out-of-town
i subscribers received during the
- x fl week.
,y Daniel, a son of Bishop J. J.
t) G.Webster, fell from the roof of
a neighbor's home several days
f since and suffered a badly sprain
"Billy," you are the only man
in town who carries cigars that
- can be called cigars." That's a
crmmon remark of satisfied cus-nt-
tomers in the cigar line. You get
-f them only at Billy's Place.
The basket ball game at the
jV Normal Saturday beween the
'l, Normal and St. George, result-
fj ed in a score of 27 to 35, in favor
vF of the Normal.
ff W. H. Lyman, one of the
fr leading citizens and stock men
of Parowan, was in the city Sat
? urday to attend the banquet at
f the Branch Normal.
Plan now to attend " The New
Magdalen,"the Commercial Club
dramatic production. It will be
given soon, and you'll miss a
treat if you miss it.
Frank Kennedy of Duluth.
Minn., a former resident of
Cedar City, is heie visiting with
old-time friends for a few days.
He is enroute to California.
;( Since the rabbit hunt Marshal
' Urie has been notifying several
persons that it will be necessary
to take out a licence before any
;, more bouts will be permited.
E. L. Clark of Parowan, one
"; of the most prominent citizens
t of that place, was in Cedar City
Saturday for the purpose of at
tending the banquet at the
' Branch Normal in honor of the
., f j ' .
Monday the Matheson Bros,
struck a flow of water of some
two gallons a minute on the Hig
boe farm, where they are sink
ing a well, at a depth of about 88
A baby girl arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
Johnson Tuesday night . Mr.
Johnson has just gone into busi
ness and says he intends to do
all he can to "build up Cedar."
The transformer to be insalled
by the Electric Light Co. for
the Jones & Flether lumber mill
on First West street has arrived
and will shortly be placed in po
sition. A deal was made during the
week in which Mr. Davton
Johnson became the owner of the
Home Meat Market, heretofore
conducted by D. T. Leigh. He
is now ready to serve the public
and invites his friends to call.
C. H. Stapley of Beaver, an
old time resident of Cddar City,
was in town Monday with a load
of delicious Ben Davis apples.
While here he took occasion to
call and have his name enrolled
with The Record's army of
Manager J. R, Rickards of the
Chloride Canyon Mining Co., in
conversation with a representa
tive of The Record, stated that
the machinery recently installe'd
at the mine is working smoothly
and interesting developments are
Mrs. Sam B. Jones, whose
illness at Paragonah was noted
in The Record last week, recov
ered sufficiently to be brought
home the latter part of the week
but te trip wastoo much of Kan
effort and she has "since been in
a very serious condition.
Representative Mabey was one
of the legislative delegation who
met with an especially warm
welcome in Cedar City, he hav
ing been an instructor in the
Branch Normal in Cedar City
several years since. His many
friends here were delighted to
Hundreds of towns and cities
have their "clean-up" day's, but
this year this spring Cedar
will have 'an "improvement"
day. On this day each home
owner or tenant will be"expected
to make some improvement,
such as grading the street, laying-sidewalks,
putting in flumes
across the walk, reparing the
fence, painting the fence, put
ting in a lawn, planting 'shade
trees, painting the porch, or
some other work that will im
prove the premises.
OUR ALARM CLOCK STRIKES
the hour of your opportunity to
buy a resident lot in the "lane"
on West North street. Avoid
speculation in "rubber stock;"
CEDAR CITY REAL ESTATE
and lay a foundation for the
future. If yon are looking for a
farm, ranch, business block,
home, or place to build a home,
we have or can get
JUST WHAT YOU WANT
at a price that will please you.
We buy, sell, lease or manage
Survey, prepare abstracts, and
attend to all real estate business.
WE LOAN MONEY on farm
Suite 1, Mercantile Block, Cedar
City, Utah. - ft ' t r
IN BIT HUNT
H. E. Peterson is Accidently Shot
While Huntm RabbiU.-Is
Taken to Salt Lake
H. E. Peterson, tho well
known plumber of this city, was
accidentally shot and quite seri
ously injured Wednesday while
hunting rabbits with tho Ward
teams of he city.
He had just killed a rabbit
and was stooping to remove its
ears when several shot from the
gun of a reckless hunter along
the line struck him in the chest
and face. Two shot struck him
in the left breast, one in the
right breast, one in the thigh of
tho left leg and three entered
the left eye.
A cry of pain caused men
nearby to rush to his assistanco,
among them Dr. C. M. Clark,
who hastily made an examina
tion, and then had Mr. Peterson
placed in the doctor's buggy and
hurried to his homo in this city.
The injuries were found to" be
slight except that to the eye,
which was of a serious character
the three shot entering the eye
just inside the, facial bone.
In order that the exact extent
of the injury might be determin
ed and the best surgical atten
tion secured, ho was taken to
Salt Lake City to an eye special
ist and the x-ray used to locate
The many friends of Mr.
Peterson deeply sympathize with
him in his trouble, and there is a
rumor to the effect that his hosj
pital expenses will be paid by
those who participated, in the
hunt,? but mmjikmitM' no con
crete action has been taken.
AMENDING SECTION 1 OF AN
ORDINANCE OF IRON
CQUNTY, UTAH, DATED
MARCH 2, 1903.
That Section 1 of an Ordinance
of Iron County! Utah, dated
March 2, 1903 be and the same
is hereby amended to read as fol
lows: Section 1. That there shall be
pafd from the general fund of
this county a bounty of five (5)
cents for each Jack-Rabbit here
after killed within the limits of
Iron county, Utah.
Section 2. This 'Ordinance
shall be in .full force and 'effect
on and after the 18th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1913.
Passed by the Board ofJCounty
Commissioners this 3rd day of
February, A. D. J913, all mem
bers of said board being present
and voting therefor.
WM. A. EVANS,
Chairman of the Board of County
Commissioners of Iron County,
STATE OF UTAH '(
COUNTY OF IRON 1 SS
I, W. Warner Mitchell, County
Clerk of Iron County, Utah, and
ex-officio Clerk of the Board of
County Commissioners, do here
by certify that the above and
foregoing is a true and correct
copy of an Ordinance passed by
said Board of County Commis
sioners at their regular, meeting
February 3, 1913.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set ray hand nd
seal this 4th day of February A.
W. WARNER MITCHELL,
' (SEAL) - County Clerk.
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Minn., writes: "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been a need
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homo for a number of years. I
highly recommend it to my fel
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of trial in case of colds, coughs
and croup," Give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy a trial and we are
confident you will find it very
effectual and continue to use it
as occasion requires for years to
come, as many others have done.
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Mrs. E, C. Cox. M
Tuesday evening the Socialists M
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