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H PAGE TWO IRON COUNTY KECORP, CEDAK CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1920.
I CORRESPONDENCE I
H Naa, April 13, 1920.
H II. Lindcninn and family motored
H to Mincrsville last Saturday.
H Detective Hedge of tho Salt Lako
H Route wns in Nada lust week.
H The news of how tho bond election
H turned out has not yet reached Nada.
H but here's hoping everybody voted
H Bob Moore. Vernon Johnson Mr.
H Kinder and Joe Moore arc the new
H men on the Nada and Thermo section
H J. C. llnrtur was over from New-
H house to attend to spring work on
H his homestead. Ed. White returned
H with him.
M C. J. Silvers sold his house west of
H Nada to Wnllaco Couch, who moved
H it last Monday to his claim near tho
1 Latimer switch.
H R. R. McGlnty and Do Wix each
fl planted an acre of potatoes. Most
H people are fortunate if they get
m enough for tablo use. So tho gentle-
M men consider themselves lucky.
m Mrs. May Barnes has amended her
m filing so that she becomes the owner
H of a 1G0 ncro tract which Charley
H Erb recently relinquished. This will
M enhance the value of her homestead
M Mr. Roy Guernsey of San Bernnrd-
H ino, Cal. is visiting at tho homo of
H Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lewis. He owns
M some non-resident land near Milford
fl and will have some work done oh it
m while here. Tho gentleman made
M the trip by auto.
M Last week Ray McGinty stumbled
1 on the pump platform at tho Nada
B Section House and hit the punp
H handle with so much force, that two
B teeth were broken. He took tho next
H train to Milford and at present writ-
ing has not returned.
M Weather report for March: Preci-
m pitation 3.00 inches. Greatest in 24
H hours, date 17. Total snow full 17 in.
B on' ground 15th, 0; at end of month
1 2 inches. Number of days with .01
M or more inches prcctpitation, 12; clear
H 19; partly cloudy 3; cloudy 9. L. A.
m Culmsec, Co-op. Observer.
H Summit, Utah, April 1-1.
H Mrs. Sarah Wimmcr of Parowan
H was the guest of her sister Mr. ,Wm.
H Smith last week, and spent 'a day or
H two visiting rolativcs and friends.
H The Dixio Power line is extending
Hj its service here and to Parowan bot-
H toms. The power will bo used hero
H largely for pumping purposes.
H Tiie bond election was held here
R Saturday. The votes show that tho
Hj great majority of the townspeople
M are in favor of tho bonds.
H During the few days of fair wea-
H ther most of the farmers have
H succeeded in planting their small
H The now Fordson tractor recently
H purchased by D. P. Cheney, Chnrlio :
H and Leslie Pratt is being operated on '
H their tract of land south of town and
H is doing good work.
H The Farm Bureau met r.t tho homo
H of Oscar Hulet last Thursday after-
H -noon. Some special work was taken ,
H up and a good attendance it reported.
B Sahara, April 12, 1920.
H Mrs. J. E. House and daughter
H Bcssio spent the day with Mrs. J. B,
H Reynolds Tuesday.
H Mr. Olaf Johnson is busy plowing
H and planting forty ncrcs of his laud
H to corn and wheat.
H DIXIE POWER COMPANY
H Dividend Notice
B A dividend of ono dollar ($1.00)
H per share has been declared upon the
H Common Stock of tho Dixio Powei
H Company, payable May 1st, 1920, to
H nil stockholders of record at the close
B of business April 24, 1920. Transfer
H books will remain closed from April
M 21, 1920 to May 1st, 1920.
H LAFAYETTE HANCHETT,
H Adv. Secretary,
H f"!"I 4 J
JR. W. LEIGH, A.13.. D.D.S.
B RESIDENTAL DENTIST
H Office in Sheep Association DIdg.
Messrs Carlson and Griffin have
made sevoral trips tho past week to
Newcastle for hay.
Mr. Will Wulkcr, of Cedar City,
called on friends in this vicinity ono
day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Mcados and
family arrived on April Gth. Wo aro
all glad to seo our friends back with
Mrs. G. Corn and Miss Valborg
Magnussen left for Milford Wednes
day. Thoy expect to bo gono for sev
Mr. F. T. Howland arrived hero last
week from his trip to Salt Lake and
Myton where ho has been visitnig his
Wo had election here Saturday tho
10th at the school house. Mr. Wm.
Jenkins and L. A. Burnscano both
from Beryl were with us.
Quito a sociable crowd gathered at
Mognussen's Sunday tho following be
ing prosent: Mr. and Mrs. G. Corn,
F. T. Howland, Mr and Mrs. II. C.
Davis and Harlow Mangussen of
Beryl, Mr.' II. O. Dougherty, Mr and
Mrs. J. A. Baker, tho Messrs II. T.
and A. T. Griflln with their wives and
Enterprise, April 11, 1920.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Lister have re
turned from Milford where they have
been working for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson aro
homo again, aftor spending most of
tho winter in St. Thomas, Nov.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Israel Adair
on the 7th, n boy and to Mr. and Mrs.i
George Tait on tho 8th, a boy. .
A. A. Nelson hns returned fromj
Salt Lake where ho went to order
goods and nt.tend to other business.
Mrs. Renza Day entertained the!
Ladies Club Wednesday night. A good
time is roported.
tMr. and Mrs. Glen Simkins of Ce-j
dnr aro hero. Thoy intend staying all'
summer and will likely buy here and
mnke this their futuro homo.
Mr. Cannon and Mrs. McGregor of1
St. Georgo nnd stake officers in the!
Mutual talked Sunday evening on Mu
tual work for tho summer. j
Superintendent Wm. O. Bontley,,
John T. Woodbury, nnd Pres. Edward
Snow of St. Georgo took up tho time
in tho afternoon meeting Sunday talk-'
ing in tho inlorcst of tho Educational;
i PAROWAN '
Parowan, April 8, 1920.
Tho business men hero are con
sidering seriously tho erection of n
modern hotel for -this summer. We .
tho very much in need of this now1
and will be more so if we get half
tho tourist travel wo aro expecting. '
Mrs. John Lowder entertained at, ',
a luncheon at her home Sunday after-'
noon. Those present were Miss '
Alice Mntheson, Mrs. "Wnlloco Hous-' '
ten, Miss Sarah Mntheson, Mrs. Wm. '
Lowder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Mnthc- !
son nnd Mrs. Wm. II. Gurr.
Muudo Lyman, daughter of Oscar;
M. Lyman, who has been very ill with '
ptomaine poisoning, is reported out y
of danger now. '
Miss Woods tho domestic scienco
instructor of tho P. II. S., surprised j
tho faculty Monday afternoon by , ;
suddenly calling them into tho din
ing room nnd serving them with a ,
Friday ovening at tho school audi- .
torium wo will witness one of the nift
iest ball games of tho season. Indoor
baseball is a very amusing sport nnd
tho B. A, C. girls will have to hustle
if they come out victorious with tho
husky bunch wo have here. After
tho ball game a danco will bo given.!
An enjoyable time is looked forwnrd
Tho "P" on tho hill is receiving its
annual white wash decoration today.
The high school boys aro doing the
work while tho girls arc preparing
a scrumptious feed. j
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Plckford, In a co-star film, that If,
i tho two appearing together In
some good production, Is tho talk'
of tnovloland, now that tho two are
xnarrlod. "It would break all roc
ords at tho 'box ofllco' from a
financial point," Is the opinion of-'
all producers and managora. .
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A Sacramento, California dispatch
quotes tho Governor of Nevada as
saying in reference to Mary Pickford's
"Mary lied like a gentleman."
Says He Has Never Known Medi-,
cine to Produce Results i
Like Tanlac. '
Dr. B. II. Elder, with offices at 410 '
Shrndski Bldg., Tcorin, 111., who has
been in active practice for over forty
"Medical scienco has never before
produced a medicino that brings re
sults like Tanlac. I havo been pro
scribing it some time with remarkable
results. Personally I had suffered for
years from stomach trouble and rhou
mntism nnd had devoted by best tho't
trying to find relief but to no avnilJ
After eating, gus would form in myj
stomach and affect my heart, causing'
poor circulation, cold hands and fect,
dlzzineess, pccular feelings, terrible
headaches und cramps. Tho rheuma
tism pained me so I could hardly stand
to move my legs or arms.
"I had a patient who had also suf
ferred for years with the same troub
lo as mine, nnd although I did all I
could for him ho got no better. Onoi
day, aftor he had been away for about
six months, he came to my office and
never in my life hnve I seen a mnn
look better or seom to feel better thnn
ho did. Ho told me Tanlac was what,
had brought about the wonderful I
change. I began trying the medicine
at once with tho result that n few hot- j
tics relieved me entirely of stomach
trouble, rheumntism nnd all my other!
ailments. Although I nm an extra
hearty eater nothing ever disagrees'
with mo nny more. I have prescribed
Tanlac in cases of rheumatism, kidney
and bladder disorders and a run- I
;lown condition with wonderful re- I
suits, and I feel that I ought to give I
my experience with Tanlac to the pub- I
lie for the benefit of suffering human-,!
Tanlac is sold in Cedar City by the I
Cedar City Drug Store and in Pnro-.l
,vnn by the Parowan Drug Company.!!
After all, Abraham Lincoln was I
;reat because he had "horse" sense I
ind courage enough to apply it. Once I
jpon a time lie snid. "Teach economy. , I
That is one of the first and highest ,1
virtues. It begins with saving money." j
MR. '.AUTOMOBILE OWNER
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of Kopp's Garage.
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NOTICE ia hereby given that all
parties having npplo or pear trees up
on their property mu3t spray tho samo
with tho following solution:
Arsenate of lead 5 lbs (pasto) to
100 gallons of water; or arsenate) of
lead 2 Mi lbs. (powder) to 100 gallons
of water; not later than 6 days after
the majority of tho blossoms have
fallen. For control of coddling moth.
By order of Utah State Crops and
Inspector for Iron County.
First April 9 Last April 23, 1920.)
In tho beautiful court of ono of
California's most famous hotels thero
stands on a great cement base cap-
ping tho figure of an Indian leaning !
slightly forward with his right hand
shading his eyes and gazing intently
into space. Beneath him cut into
to solid substance are these words;
"Where thero is no vision tho peo-
plo perish." J
Thoso who havo vision in Amenta
today ar crying to the people: "Thrift j
and Save!" ',