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1 PAGE BIGHT. IROW COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY, UTAH. FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 1920. , I
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I In The Spring-
THIS YOUNG MAN'S FANCY LIGHTLY TURNS
TO THOUGHTS OF SUNSHINE. AND THIS
M YEAR WHEN HE TAKES HIS RIDE IN THE
SUN, HE WILL BE ABLE TO TRAVEL IN A
I : V LLOYD
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I , BABY CARRIAGE
H v, ?' These Lloyd carriages, as you know, are the wonder
H xf of the age. They are woven on Looms the same as"
B a fabric and they arc almost as fine s a fabric.
H Yet, because they are loom woven you can buy a
H Lloyd Carriage of the finest weave at the price you
H would pay for an old hand-woven carriage of the
H coarsest reed.
H We'-ive complete stocks on display
$30, $32, $36 and $40
I Leigh Furniture &
I Carpet Co.
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DIXIE WINS TRACK
i AND FIELD' MEET
H (Continued from first pngo.)
B" tho winners of first, second and third
Hr place, nnd tho records made, follows:
H Shot Put. Uriu, B. A. C, Young,
H' Murdock, Isom, Dixie. 40 ft. -1 in.
B-, High Jump. Pulsipher, Dixie, Wcb-
B Bter, B. A. C, Frci, Dixie. 5 ft. 7 i".
H. Discus. Hunter, Webster, Uric, nil of
B B. A. C. 05 ft. 10 in.
B" Broad Jump. Webster, Hunter, B. A.
, C, Pulsipher, Dixio. 19 ft. Jl'j in.
i' Javelin. Uric, Hunter Foglinni, nil
V' of B. A. C. 140 ft.
K Pole Vault. Webster, B. A. C, Milne,
B Dlxie Uric- B- A -i,n(l Frel f
f Dixie. 10 ft.
i 100 Yard Dash. Pulsipher, Wells
Whitehead, all of Dixie. Timo 10
Mile Run. Sccgmillcr nnd Terry, ol
Dixie, Clnrk of B. A. G. 5:8.
220 Yard Dash. Wells, Stucki, nnd
Whitehead, Dixio. 21 1-5.
440 Yard Run. Palmer, B. A. C
Crosby, Dixie, Foglinni, B. A. C,
220 Yard Hurdles. Isom, Dixie,
Hunter, B. A. C., Crosby, Dixie.
Timo 27 3-5.
Half Mile Run. Terry, Thurston,
Heaton, Dixie. 2:18.
Relay Race. Dixie, B. A. C., Mur-
Dock. Time 1:40.
Arthur Hnslnm nnd Vomon Parry
left Wednesday for Delta where they
will work if they can find Buitnblo
employment. If not, they will go
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T mUl Protecting your j
H jJ Family "-"M
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m gfr frfa Keeping the wolf from your .
w door is often taken too
i figuratively. But it is not an idle
Hm k '. , : joke, to be ridiculed or ignored.
H , To keep the wolf from your door
B requires weapons more powerful
B than implements of war. It requires
B a defense that cannot be bought or
B VNrf- borrowed it is gained
B fefsir through practice of thrift
B wJr save s to nsure yurseK
fc i an( yur amuy protection.
n wi-N Every man owes himself and
B' ntH. 's amuv e Protection of a
B I Bb savings account in a good
B $ WtL substantial bank such as this
H I m m one There are other ways in
R 1 Jf . which we can help you protect
f i Hv your family. Investigate.
HI Make This BanK. Vour 'Best Servant I
K ) Open an Account buith V Today JVOWf
I in mm. &wm bank i
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Mr. Bert Lamorcaux of Paragonah
is noticed in town today.
Born. To Mr. and Mrs. .Ray Coss
Ictt, n fine baby girl Saturday, April
17th. All concerned doing nicely.
Ncls Mndscn of Summit, a carriage
and automobile painter by trade, is
in Cedar City painting cars at the1
Kopp Garage. j
The town is full of athletes ' and
visitors for the Divisional Track
and Field Meet at the B. A. C cam-!
pus, which is on todny.
Shearing will commence tomorrow
at tho Iron Springs corralls. The
work will be 1n charge of Bishop
Charles E. Jones of Enoch.
The Misses Jennie nnd Vella Burke,
left Cedar for Mincrsville Monday
whero they will visit their sister".
The young Indies have been here for,
the past month working.
Dr. A. N. Lconnrd passed through
Cedar City last Tuesday morning cn
route to Hurricane, whero ho would)
operate with Dr. Wilkinson on Mrs.
P. N. Wilkinson, who wns suffering
with ncute nppendicitis.
The Misses lone, Vivinn nnd Jose-'
phino Stewart who hnvo been attend-
ing tho B. A. C. tho past winter, loft
with Mr. Ray Johnson for their homo
in Tropic Wednesday, to assist their
family through n siege of Ulrica.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wright, who
havo lived hero tho past winter, left
last week for Arizona whero they will
make their futuro home. Thoy will
locnto near Mrs. Wright's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jespcrson, who were
former residents of this city.
Supervisor Mnco has been in the
field for the past ten days nnd is not
expected back until tho end of tho
week. On this inspection trip he
went to Central, GGunlock, St. George
nnd finally to LnsVcgas, Nov. whero
ho inspected the Moapa division of
tho Dixio Forest.
Assistant Forest Supervisor Wnl
laco M. Riddle, after fourteen years
of sorvice on the Dixie-Sevier is be
ing trnnsfcrrcd to tho Uinta Nationnl
Forest, with headquarters nt Provo.
While he is reluctant nt leaving here
and his many friends, tho transfer
is ngrccnblu since his new position
will carry more responsibilities, etc.
He will leave tomorrow.
' H. S. Cutler of Kannb, a son of the
lato "Scott" Cutler woll known to tjio
i older residents of southern Utah, has
spent several days in Cedar City re-
; cently negotiating for a residence nnd
other property. If successful it is Mr.
I Cutler's intention to mnke his home
here. He left for Salt Lake City last
Monday to continue some negotia-
tions involving interests held there.
Mr. I. A. Gondouin of the Christen
sen Construction company with a full
crow of workmen is back in southern
Utnh again, i-endy to resume work on
the road through the Cedar Gulch,
, which was interrupted Inst fall by the
snow and cold weather. Mr. Gondouin
states thnt the work will now b6 in
direct charge of a member of tho or
gnnizntion, nnd thnt it will be pushed
with all possible speed. '
Comer Cosslett arrived home last!
week Friday. Ho ro-enlistcd in the;
nrmy Inst fnll, nftcr having received;
his dischnrgc nt tho close of tho wnr, j
nnd since that. , timo has been in serv-i
ice down on tho Mexican border. On'
account of receiving his discharge,
sooner than expected, he arrived at,
homo last Friday. He says that hoj
has now hnd enough of soldiering, nnd
has no desire to go back to the serv
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnrence Lunt were
visitors here last week. The young
couple went from Duncan, Ariz, to
Snlt Lake City tho fore pnrt of April
nnd were married there during con
ference week. Since then they hnvo
been visiting relatives in Nephi, Sum
mit nnd this plnce. Mr. Lunt is the
youngest son of Mrs. Sarnh Lunt who
is now living nt her old home in Mex
ico from which she nnd fnmily were
driven by bnndits. They feel per
fectcly snfo there now nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Lunt will make their home there.
Mr. Lunt ns a good many relatives
hero who were glad to seo him and
offer congratulations on his recent
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard pascd thru
Cedar last Tuesday en routo to Hur
ricane, where tho Doctor has been op
erating in conjunction with Dr. Wil
kinson of that place on a number of
patients, two of which, Mrs. P, N.
Wilkinson of this place and Glen Wil
linms of Knnarra, hnd nppendicitis.
Dr. Leonard has to bo in Beaver next
Monday ns n witness in a case on
trial in tho district court, after which
ho intends returning to Cedar City
and performing n number of opera
tions for eye, ear, noso and throat
disorders. Mrs. Leonard and baby
took advantngo of the opportunity to
visit her mother at Toquorville,
For Dental X-Ray Service see Drs.
Thorley or Petty. Adv. if.
FOR SALE CHEAP. Good city lot,
J with full primary water right, in
southern part of city. Chas. N. Corry
Adv. to M. 14.
Local Attorney Holds There Are
No Party Issues, and Hoover
Is Logical Man.
No one at the present time with the
t most rudimentary knowledge of na
tional affairs can truly call himself
cither a Republican or a Democrat
,and support his faith by a substan
tail reason. There nro no issues be
tween tho two parties nt this time.
; We may get a lot of satisfaction out
of discussing whnt tho Democrats or
the Republicans did or did not do but
we will nt this time find sennt sntis
faction in discussing what they pro
pose to do. The Domocrats, of course
would support a league of nntions nnd
the mnjonty of the Republican possi
bilities are shaking in their shoos for
fear a majority of the voters think
i they wil not support such n league.
There arc no other questions which
cither of tho pnrties hnvo discussed
At the present time the whole mnt
tcr simmers down to a quostion of
enndidntes. McAdoo, Palmer and
Hitchcock on tho one hand and Low
den, Wood nnd Johnson on the other
with Hoover between tho two groups.
McAdoo is from the South with
some experience in New York nnd n
little in Washington, but so far as
his training goes, ho enn not have tho
sympathy for Utah industries that
wo want n president to have. Palmer
is in tho samo category as McAdoo
so fnr ns we nro concerned. Hitch
cock would bo better, since ho comes
from Nebrnskn, a western stnte, but
some of us arc not quite sure thnt
ho is big enough for tho job.
Lowden's system is most too bndly
saturated with Packing House fumes
to bo of any use to the farmers nnd
stockmen of Utah. Wood is n, better
man for us thnn Lowdcn, but his
training has all been along tho lines
wo are all trying to get away .from.
We havo already spent too much goott
money Paying bills to tho steel
trusts whilo our roads remain impas
sable and our streams run to waste.
Johnson, whilo light headed in some
respects, is, I believe, tho best man
for the Utah peoplo so far discussed.
Ho is a western man in the first
place; knows pur needs, has sympathy
with us and I believe would do nil ho
could to better western conditions.
Had he taken a reasonable stand on
the League, of Nations question, we
couldn t have hoped for a much better
The other man is Hoover. No other
man in the field more fairly repre
sents the opinions of the best class
of American citizens thnn doe Hoo
ver. He is not put forth by tho Mex
ican Central Railroad Company, the
Tnmpico Oil Interests, the Railroads
8r lxa, p.ack,nB houses. All of tho
Work he has over done is of the non
pnrtizan type. He believes we should
not loso all the benefits of tho war
by pulling ourselves into our shell
and resting smugly under the false
! notion that it is to our best interest
I to let Europe go to h while we
I build more battle ships. Every think
ing person knows that Europe is our
t market and wo need their goods, but
(how can wo trade with countries that
have no stable governments, hence
no credit There is no other man on
i earth who knows as much about world
I affairs and who has the ability he
hns for steering tho United States
. right in handling these mnttcra. I
I don't believe there is another cnudi
I date who would be more fearless in
handling domestic questions. Tho two
'domestic questions which the people
of Utah are most interested in are
1 those of mnrketing our products nnd
the reclamation of our farm lands.
Hoover is tho best man in tho bunch
for working out a mnrketing scheme
nnd except for Johnson is our best
chance nt getting through our irrlgn-
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Back to 'the Joans and denlma 6f our forefathers, now aoems to
bo America's hunch as one way of helping beat tho over-lncroaslnjf
high cost of living. Tho "Ovorall Club" U a movement gaining all
over tho land for city folks, but tt was In tho south where bigger
cities took to tho movement first. City, county and public omclala
donned overalls for street, offlco and general wear. Hero aro throe
membora of Jettorson County Board of Revenue members of .ho Bir
mingham, Ala.. Overall Club and thoy'ro wearing em tco. .They
"re Or J n Vinos. Jlro Olvlr nnd W B Colo.
tion schemes Wo nil know u good
dcnl nbout Hoover; wo know that on
any big question, wo tan count on his
being absolutely sound.
Hoover is my man nnd I believe he
will be the next president.
J. M. FOSTER,
Some of the delegntcs to the Rcpub
licnn Stnte convention figure on driv
ing by nuto to Provo and there catch
ing tho early Monday morning spec
ial to tho convention city. j
Lafc McConnell and John P. Fuller
returned the first of tho week from
the Mastodon mine in tho Goldatriko
district, nnd report that tho property
is in splendid shape. The shaft that
is being sunk to cut the inclino vein
is now entering the oro, which looks
better nnd entries grcntcr values than
nt the surfnee. Charles Bcchtol, who
is in chnrge of tho operations, states
thnt another seven feet will soo tho
bottom of the shaft all in this higk
grade ore, and that it will then bo one
! of the greatest mines in tho state.
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THE most rjopular "car in the entire West today is the I
CHEVROLET., Why? Because if has the strongest I
organization Back of it; because CHEVROLET serv- I
ice is without equal in the entire country. Nine factories, I
eight assembling plants, and an agent in every county, I
who carries a good stock of parts. I
I Place an order today for one from the next carload
due to arrive vercy soon. Price $935.00.
MitcKell (EX Jones
THERE'S more of a trick to House-Cleaning than hard work. We are alwayi
on the alert for little things that will lighten that necessary evil House
cleaning. KLEENWELL wall paper cleaner like soft dougk
but brightens up your wall paper wonder
fully when rubbed over the soiled surface 35c -a
package; 3 for $1.00.
NI AGRA CREAM PASTE The softest silver polish.
.,, ever made cannot injure finest articles, and "- j
makes silver like new 75c. per package. !
LIQUID GLOSS The easy polish to apply. Makes - La&tik'
? , old furniture look like new. Fine for polished ;. wa-wr-
"V -. !ir floors, and reasonable in price. 35c. a can. ;
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' " -v ,, STERIFOAM Have you scrubbed in vain on the '
'" ugly brown stains on porcelain bath tubs, toi-
t lets, etc. ? Sterifoam will take them off for you.
Can and brush for 35c.
Cedar City Drug Co.
"THE Stexoll STORE"