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I News From Nearby Towns
H ( By W. Warner Mltcholl, Special Cor-
H Since the adjournment of court
H and the excitement occasioned
H by the rabbit hunt, Parowan
H r has again resumed its usual
H quiet attitude, and its citizens
H are again about their own busi-
H. ness, but we noticed on our
K streets today Dr. A. N. Leonard
Hi ' ' and Mr. Kenneth Macfarlane
H who, among others from Cedar,
H are iu.ro after guns for the rab
H( bit hunt tomorrow between the
H) Cedar East and West Wards. We
H did what w could for them in
H the way of giuis, and we wish
m them even greater success than
H we had in our recent-raid on the
m too numerous pests. Hope there
V will be many such hunts in the
B near future as it means much to
B our citizens,' especially our dry
B . farmers.
e ji On Friday evening (St. Valen-
B tine's day) the 'Mutual Improve-
Bj i ment Associations of this ward
B , will give a "mis-fit" dance at
B which all costumes are supposed
B 1 to be, miss-tit or mismatched.
H-i There will also be a mis-tit lunch
Bj prepared after which real re-
H , fresnnients will bo served . The
Hh committee is making elaborate
WtY preparations', and an oxception-
Hk ally good time is anticpated.
B, President and Mrs. L. N.
R " Marsden, who left here for Ari-
H zona about the first ofithe month
Lm are now visiting "with relatives
R in Snowfiake, from which place
V they intend going on to Califor-
H nia for a visit before they re-
H turn home.
Ku-m-w-, Wfyile coming from Beaver on
MfcS-""" Saturday last with a load of
W baled hay, Merrill Mitchell had
Hy ', the misfortune to fall from his
H1. " load directly in the way of
H -the wheel which ran onto his
H legs pinning him to the ground.
Lm .Fortunately help was near at
B hand to remove him from under
H the wheel, and nothing serious
B .resulted although his injuries
H are somewhat pianful and he is
Hj yet unable to get around.
HJ The proprietor of the pool-hall
Hf has recently installed an electric
H , Piano which aids materially in
Bj attracting people to chat place.
Hi NEW FIRM WILL
K HAVE TWO SHOPS
B H. E. Peterson, who for some
B time has been engaged in the
B plumbing business in this city,
B; and A.' B. Utley, recently of
H) Springfield, Mo., have formed
B! a partnership under the firm
Hk name of Peterson & Utley, and
B, will continue the business here-
Htj tofore established by Mr. Peter
B B1' Last week a deal was consu m-
B mated wereby Mr, Peterson be-
B;. came the owner of the building
B now, occupied by The Record,
B and, we are advised, will occupy
B it as a first class plumbing shop
B' as soon as this paper moves to
B its new home in the center of
B The new firm will open a sho
B in Parowan, where they will carry
Bv a complete line of plumbing
B supplies. The Parowan house
Bf will be in charge of Mr. Utley,
Bj who is a prctical plumber and
B Mr. Utley finished the instal-
B; lation of a complete plumbing
B job on a new six-story building
B; just before coming West and is
HL in a. position to do anything pos-
B sibl&JnthOvplumbing line, and
B, ie PePle Parowan aro to be
B congratulated in having him lo-
cate in their midst. The work
of Mr. Peterson is too well
known to need any comment,
numerous homs, and the water
systems of Paragonah and Kan
arra attesting his ability in his
The firm will also handle com
plete irrigation plants, engines,
automobile supplies, and gasoline.
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POST OFFICE MOVE5
TO RECORD BUILDING
Monday Postmaster Wilkinson
and his assistants moved the
postoffice to the new Record
building and the public liave
since been enjoying increased
The latest fixtures have been
placed in the new office, in ad
dition to many of the lock boxes
used in the former office, the ad
ditional fixtures' representing an
outlay of about $600.
When it is considered that the
postmaster must bear this ex
pense himself and the reciepts
from the rental of the boxes is
(collected b y the government, it
J will at once be seen that the
j people of Cedar City owe a debt
! I of gratitude to the postmaster
.for making the improvements
I as above stated.
! Old newspapers for sale at
The Record office: 20c a hundred.
CULTIVATE BRAINS. &
Farmers nre wnking up to the X
4j Idea that; It requires about as
X much brnlu power to run a farm
properly and prolltably a it does t
X to run a doctor's ofllce, n preach-, X
V er's pulpit or any other profes- T
4 slon. We want brains and culti- 4
X vated -brains on the farm. Or- T
J ange Judd Farmer.
TO GRAB THE BIDDIES.
Here's a Hook That Gets Them With
out Doing Any Harm.
Instead of chasing fo.wls when need -
' ed for examination or anything else,
overy poultryinan should employ catch
lug hooks. These devices save con
siderable time and prevent much of
the fright and injury which usually
occur when fowls
are chased. The ?,V
one used by tho f a
Now York expert- h 1
ment station at VV'.l I
Ithaca and shown Jill I
here Is an im- JiK
provement on tho J
common style. It jfO c
differs from tlio fPjy 112
o in in on o u e. V- J1;
tli-st, because the lf
wire Is so fortl- Jil
tied and braced ajl
that It remalus "ij
practically rigid, W
ami. second, the 11
hook end is .so W
bent that It per- l
mits tho shank '1 "J
of tho fowl to bo
easily caught and effectively held '
without Injury, owing to the nperture
entrance, which prevents tho shank
from being easily withdrawn, and the
largo aperture, which gives freedom
of action while- the shank is held.
The shank, howover, is easily releas
ed by the attendant. Tho hook Is
mado from a broom handle and a six
foot piece of No. 10 steel wire, which
can be wislly bout Into the proper
shape. The wire Is less conspicuous
than the wooden end, which attracts
the fowl's attention, while the hook
catches tho shank.
Tho Illustration shows the hook en
larged and shows also how tho wire li
'The Value of Drainage,
Drainage removes the surplus wator, j
improves the character of the soil,
makes the avallablo supply of wator
more abundant, warms the soli and in
crenKes Its nvnllublu food supply, aera tea
it, prevents erosion nud heaving, In
creases plant growth.
Wrk For Wintry Days.
The wood lt offers a place wnera
the farmer may turia wintry days lnt
profit, cutting wood, having lumber,
and post mrrcQ mad clearing up laud
In jCoatest Between East awl West
Wards, tlffMkeds ef Etafiies Fall
Before Eager Haeters ,
WEST WARD LEADS WITH 158
Much Rivalry Shown and May
Result in "Another Contest.
Banquet to Follow
Wednesday wag a bad c'ay for
rabbits in Cedar valley. At 7
o'clock in the mqrninp; the teams
from the East and West Wards
assembled on Main street to the
number of 82, and proceeded to
the field of conflict several miles
north of town.
When the din of the attack
had subsided and the smoke of
battle had cleared away it was
found that the West Ward were
the victors, with 1608 rabbits to
their credit, tho East Warders
g-tting 1296. The credit for the
largest number killed by any one
individual went Jto postmaster
C. S. Wilkinson; who had 81
rabbits to his credit. While- the
victory went to the West Ward
for the lagrest number of rabbits
killed, the East Ward had the
largest average by three rabbits
to the man.
At an early date a bancjuet will
be served in theWard Hall, the
expenses to be paid by the East
Ward team. The banquet will
be followed by a dance. The
losers are talking another hunt
in order tnatjjjgKniay have a
chance to regain their lost hon
ors. The hunt went off pleasantly
except for the accident to H.
E. Peterson and one or two
otheslight injuries to hunters.
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If you catch us stretching the
trjith about our goods we' 11 treat
yomtoadish of famous Velvet
Ice Cream at the- Cedar City
Drug Store. Adv.
Tuesday night - the infant
child of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nel
son died from ,"the effects of
whooping cough,.., after a brief
The litttle one was too young to
withstand the disease and all
that human skill'could do was of
The funeral was held Thurs
day from the residence of Hy
rum Corry and the remains in
terred in the city cemetery.
Coughs Cured" Constantly by
Correct Cough Concoctions. No
mistake about it. Get some and
see for yourself. Sold by "Billy,
The Record ALWAYS produces
artistic commercial printing.
Its work in every instance car-,
ries its own recommendation.
WANTED.--To buy a few
hens. Phono 32-'Red.
FORSALE-A 1400 pound
horse. Apply to F. W, 'Leigh,
Cedar City, Utah.
Tone up your blood.' You will
need to do this tq'f ortify against
the "tired feeling" that's com
ing soon. The best to be had
will be found at 'the Cedar City
Drug Store. Adv.
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A little pig, jat Uks a grewiac rBt,
needs aumahl. la tela cmm It n
to be a sort of taaJc taat mk the
beat developmeat powtble.
It ii a areat mlatake to keep ahotp In
a warm pea in wlater. Taok ieece
protects them, aad If thej we kept Ay
they will require nothing eluc.
A cow can live or maintain herself oa
ronghago and she can llvo and produce
on good pasture grass without concen
trates, but with the ordinary farm
roughage the cow must havo concen
trates to enable her to produce profita
bly. Haw linseed oil la the best remedy
for constipation. It acts more quickly
than any of the other simple remedies.
The cow, having: a very complicated
digestive tract, is very hard to treat
for any bowel trouble, but raw linseed
oil will usually act in from ten to
twelve hour. Give a half u pint at a
dose and repeat in three or four hours
till relief is brought
Valuable Household Hints,
ltoforc creaming butter and sugar
warm the bowl in the oven or till It
with hot water, empty and wipe dry.
This expedites the process, and the
heat Is not so great as to melt the but
ter, the danger that is run if the butter
Is first warmed In the oven.
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Wfc-t Ma Mlirtimmrf Ta. 1
Political Canvasser Er Is your bus- ')
'band Liberal or Conservative? ,
Political Canvasser What party does j
your husband bolong to? J
Wife I'm tho party he bolonga to. j
Penu" Pictorlalv I
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! Health and Good Teeth .
Good Teeth are an Important Faetois in the $ I
? . health .of every person. . $ , '
. it "- I
J Good Teeth enable one to chew the food more t t j
f thoroughly, thus aiding digestion. -
Ask your physician what influence (jood Teeth ?
? , have on the health. c ' l )
We make a specialty oE correcting errors of the t , '
' Teeth. I J
? Free Consultation and Advice. ,V
I Drs. Gower (EL Rogers, 1
i. ' Knoll DlocK, Cedar City, and Parowan., T &
4 31 i
f An Invitation--?;, ,r:J
WE INVITE the fashion- jSfo ' ' I
loving women to visit our fTl5F jfl
store. We have now g- T vr
gathered together the latest styles J V
and effects that the present vogues r$k jP U,
demand. , I fZjtJrllvi " '..
A leisurely visit to all of our ( S i'
-various departments will be an Wjwf I
I interesting and instructing enter- 111 ( I '"
tainment Our "Style Shows" 111 lL '
have become an important event j Ijl 1 V 1
to the women of this locality. ( ) 'LU I ,
Be sure and come to our corset lbCI I
department. All of the latest f Ifl I
Henderson Corsets are now on yy' a'H J 'mr,M
exhibition for your inspection. It Ufl&HBRfW' j 3
is hardly necessary for us to call x COWrtlsx c1 I , V
attention to these popular priced models. Henderson . t
Corsets have established an .enviable reputation for i
their style value, service value and fitting quality. 1?
i At our corset department there are individualized
Henderson Corsets for all figures, large, average and
slender at popular prices. J
L Please Accept This Invitation airier' , ,11
. Visit Our Store ,j 1
Cedar Sheep Asso'n. J " I
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