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H PAGE TWO IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920.
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I JOE MARTIN - He Wants His Price Or Nothing
H f rMNSCrillCW WELL! I WONOERll HE. SAYS WO HUNTING--ALLOWED EH?) If 'r?MSlAT'ON DE BOSS' SWHE II I TAINT NO USE BOSS HE. I ,- I
WHAT TH05E QIEER ANIMALS WELL. YOU EXPLAIN TO HIM THAT WE WILL GIB YO'tLL ONE TOUSAND SAY OWE. TOUSAHD AtM'T P$
ARE DOING DOWN THERE ON liE N0T SHOpTJNG ANYTWNgr-- DOLLARS A WEEK IP YO'ALL WILL EXUPP. H SAY HE-GOT- ro A0mk
THE BEACH.-It L o SE BUT PlCTUResTg Oa TEM TAT&S AW HAB FIVE HUNDRED POLIAMSJ ftb-
m Enterprise, April 20, 1020.
H Mrs, Funny Laub's mother nnd sis-
H tor who have been visiting here tho
Hi pnst winter went homo the fore part
HB of last week.
H Mr. John I. Pnce wan hurriedly
HH summoned to St. George this wcok,
HH his wife being very sick.
H Mr. Tibbits, the county agent was
Hh here Sunday for tho purpose of rcor-
HH gnnizing tho Farm Bureau. Tho or-
HH gnnization was formed with Lewis
HB Bnstlan, President; William Stalili
HB Vice President nnd Arthur Jones, Scc-
B Mrs Etta Holt, who has been quite
HH sick for some time is able to be up
H Miss Pearl Ellikor and Mr. Cripps
HB who were married in Pnrownn last
HB week gave a wedding dance last ovc-
bbH ninfc at Windsor's.
H Mr. Jacob Trucman nnd family
H hove moved back from Caliento where
H they huvc been working the pnst win-
H A number of men with teams have
H been doing work on tho dam lately.
J Rip-Raping was put in to keep tho
Hb wntcr from washing the top olT tho
HJ dam nnd the spillway was raised two
H feet which will supply a great deal
HB more wntcr. Elins Hunt reports tho
B dam in good condition for the coming
H Midvallcy, April 21, 1020.
H Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mathcson uro
Hi receiving congratulations over the
H arrival of a baby boy to their home
H Duaync Mathcson, who worked at
HB the Pnrownn Gnrugo last winter, has
HB secured n position at tho Kopp Gnr-
HH age in Cedar.
H Miss Violet Mathcson who has hold
HH' u position at the Iron County Tele-
HH hone Co. switchboard in Cedar for
HH the past year nnd a half enmo homo
HH Tuesday for a month's visit with her
HH parents Mr. nnd Mrs. I). E. Mathcson.
H The Kumen Jones farm, n mile or
HH so west of George Esplin's farm is
HH disposing of lnrgc amounts of alfalfa
HH this spring, many of the farmers
HH hereabouts having run short sooner
HH than usual on account of the dry bch-
HH son last year.
HH Farmers here declare this is the
HH wettest season wo have had for years.
HH Tho moisture is alright, of course, tho
HH only trouble is in getting onto the
HH land to do anything. Altho seed is
HH rather scarce there will be a fairly
HH largo acreage of wheat planted in this
HH vicinity. Horton Hnight has about
HH ten acres already showing green.
H The way things aro shaping, it np-
HH pears to us that Enoch will soon be
HH over here. Bishop Charles E. Jones
HH rocenUy purchased forty acres of
HH dry land from G. W. Esplin nnd will
HH farm thcic this summer. George W.
HH Jones bought ten acres from Lorenzo
HH Mntheson in addition to tho forty that
HH he and Stanley Smith bought of Mr.
HH Esplin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith will live
HH nt tho Esplin farm this summer in
HH order to bo near their land, Randolph
HH and Win, Grimshnw have purchased
HH tho' farm of Mrs. Aurclia Stevens wiio
HH has gone to Mesa, Arizonn with her
HH family. Tho farm, which is four
HH miles north of tho Mathcson brothers
HH will be operated this summer by Geo.
HH and Randolph Grimshaw nnd their
HH father nnd mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. D.
HH Grimshaw wlil livo there with them.
H . SAHARA
H Sahara, April 10, 1020.
M The Messrs House, Corn and Rey-
HHj nobis came home for over Sunday.
H Somo wind wp hnvo had. Tho lull
HHJ nftcr the storm s,poms good.
m "Mrs, J. E. House and daughter
HHJ Bessie; visited from Friday till Sat-
HH urday with Mrs, J. B. Reynolds.
Mrs. C. M. Magnusscn called on
her daughter Mrs. Davis of Beryl ono
dny during tho pnst week.
Mr. II, O. Dougherty has been do
ing some plowing for Mrs. A. E. Phi
lips last week.
Harlow Magnusscn of Beryl 'spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Meads nnd
Mr. 1). C. Uric, road commissioner
of Cedar was in this vicinity last
Monday looking over our bad roads.
Mr. and Mrs. Athol Griffin nnd Mr.
F. T. Howlnnd wore invited to supper
with Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Griflln last
Burton Reynolds hns purchased a
riding horse, snddlo and spurs nnd
has been out enjoying his outfit the
Inst fow days. Good for Burton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Davis nnd Har
low Mngnusson of Beryl were with
us for club meeting nnd spent Sun
day with friends nnd relatives in tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. R, M. Haley and
littlo daughter Georgia, of Enterprise
drove over on Saturday nnd nttended
our club meeting nnd dnncc. They
stayed over und visited until Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. G. Corn.
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Nnda, April 20, 1020,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. McGinty of
Mincrsville visited at tho parental
home of tho formor last week.
Wo seem to be hnving lots of
weather lntely and "winter still lin
gers in the lap of spring."
Mr. DoWix went to Milford Thurs
day evening nnd returned Friday
J. E. Moore is helping Vernon John
son put in 40 acres of wheat on his
Mt. Vernon homestead east of Nnda.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Milford
visited nt the II. M. Couch homo near
Latimer last Sunday. Mrs. Allen was
formerly Miss Amy Couch.
E. M. Colvin und II. Lindemnn
braved tho wenther nnd bnd roads last
Saturday and camo from Ccdnr to be
with their families over Sundny.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Owens nnd Mrs.
Delia Hedges of Ccdnr City spent
Sundny at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Lewis recently.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lewis motored
to Cedar and Pnrownn last week for
a short visit. They have waited all
winter for propitious weather to
make tho trip and unfortunntcly
chose last week.
So many "Overnll Clubs" have been
forming in the cities that tho prices
on overalls will soar to such heights
tlmt tho old unorganized "Overall
Club" will not know what to wear for
every day as the old blue denims will
hnvo to be their Sundny Best.
W. R. McGinty hns returned from
Milford where ho went to get patched
up after his recent accident. Tho
M. D. took three stitches in his lip
nnd the D. D. S. replaced two teeth.
Roy's friends nro glad to see him bnck
again as good ns new .
Mr. B. Parker of Delta, Utnh camo
in on No. :i, this morning to look for
land. Mr. Coleman nnd son who re
cently loented here sent him down ns
they nre much pleased with their
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Pnrowan. Utnh, April 23.
District Court being on hero this
week, nn unusual number of visitors
nro notice here.
Mrs. Byron Ahlstrom hns gono to
spend n week or so with her mother
Several farmers from Cedar City
hnvo been in town gathering what
seed potntoes they could find.
Tho Farm Bureau will demonstrate
on cooking nt the P. II. S. today. Ev
As the storm seems to hnvo nbatcd
for a day or so n number of sheep
shearers nre leaving for various fields
The Pora-Paro Orchestra gave n
Remember when the first J
i Bt automobile came to town
TODAY there are more that we sold them to you.
than 7,000,000 of them ;
in the country Pretty soon y s Tires have a record
nearly everybody in this sec- behind them
s.ioct your tiro, tion will be traveling around
Vhiv0tonl?a in his own automobile. Tnev are built bv the Peo"
msandyorhiiiycoun. ; P who perfected the first
K!Xhreavy-Snhl u f- t.. straight side automobile tire,
us Nobby Tne first thing a man , , , .. , '
u.b ,by. , , . . & who produced the first pneu-
For ord.nary country wants to know nowadays, .. . . ..
roods-The U. S. Chain Jr matlC truck tire.
orUseo- when he starts out to buy a
uFs.rpTa,?n.wheeh-Thc car, is how much it is going Tw0 of the greatest con-
.i JK-uJT to cost him to keep it run- tributions to rre and motor
Royai cords. ning. economy ever made.
TOKftWfSnriBT It,s a11 very wel1 10' take IV
WwW1MM11 Sme dealer's word about a As representatives of the
MrKpiKi) tire if you know who he is oldest and largest rubber con-
WWWw and his object in selling it Cem in the world, we have
to yu a reputation to live up to.
Our object in selling U. S. We can't afford to substi-
Tires is to have you come tute "just as good" tires for
back for more--and be glad tires of standard quality,
, United States Tires
G-UARA1XTEED TrOR.XilWCA.lVSII 1 1
dance in tho opera houso last night.
'Though tho crowd was small n jolly
time was had.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Znmbonl nnd
their two sons left for Los Angeles
Tuesday, where they will mako their
future home. Mr. Znmbonl was tho
former manager of tho garago here.
The athletes of tho Parowan High
School aro training ovory chanco thoy
get for tho track nnd field meet which
is to bo held nt Cedar City n week
from Fridny. An indoor baso ball
game is also to bo ployed between tho
B. A. C. girls and tho girls of tho P.
II. S. If tho B. A. C. girls play like
thoy did when in Pnrowan it will bo
nn easy game.
Sinco prohibition, a Chincso of San
Francisco nnmed Ah Why started a
drug store. Ah, why?
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When Dr. Cook returned from tho
vicinity of tho North Polo, claiming
its discovery, ho was met in Copen
hagen by nn American newspaper re
porter to whom ho told his story. .Af
ter tho recital was over, tho reporter
"What proofs have you, Doctor?"
"What proofs do you want?" tho