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H TAGK TWO IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CUT, UTAH. FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1920. .
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J SAHARA J
Snhara, May l, 1920.
H Mr. 11. T. Griffin ia on the sick list.
H Mr. J. E. IIouso spent tlio week at
H home wttli his family
H Wo "were nil glad to have G. Corn
H nnd 'Byant Hcdrick with us at the
H club meeting.
H Hurlow Mngnusscn of Beryl spent a
H couple of nights with his parents hero
H this week.
B Mn and Mrs. IIouso motored to
B Cedar City on business one day Inst
H -week. .
Mrs. J. B. Reynolds and Mrs. J. E.
H House called on Mrs. V. M. Carlson
H on Tuesdny,
B Miss Vnlborg Mngnusscn and Mrs.
H G. Corn spent Monday with Mrs. II.
M Croquet is the order of the day
H now in the opinion of tho writer and
M wc think Mr. II. 0. Dougherty hns
B t'10 championship so far.
1 Mrs. Hal Griffin, Mrs. G. Corn and
M Miss Vnlborg Mngnusscn went horsc-
M back riding a few days ago and, think
B of it, they brqught back one cow.
M Mrs. A. E. Phillips and Mrs. G.
M Corn transacted business at Beryl
on Thursday last week. They took
M dinner and visited with Mrs. II. C.
M Davis in the afternoon.
M The ,Club meeting nnd dance on
M May 1st was very much crijoyed by
fl everyone. Wo hnd a very good busi-
H ncss' meeting and the lunch after the
fl tlnnco was delicious. There will bo
B another one on May 15th. Come and
M ' Mr..O. D. Payne was in this neigh-
H borhood on Sunday. Everybody but
H the doctor likes to see a "well 'man"
nnd wo think it wlil be "well" for
B some of our ranches when Mr. Pnynu
B comus again.
B Mr. and Mrs. House took Mrs.
B Reynolds. Mrs. Corn and tho Mcades
M family for a joy ride Sunday. They
B eiimo home late in the afternoon, ate
B supper and went for another spin of
B about thirty miles
B Mr? and Mrs. J. A. Baker and fnm
B i'y autoed down from Nada on Sat-
B urday evening, attended the club
B and spent the night with Mrs. A. E.
B Phillips. On Sunday took a ride to
B Beryl to call on Mrs. II. C. Davis nnd
B "" together returned to Sahara.
H Nada, Utah, May -1, 1920.
B Calvin Morrow and Gcrland Lash
B made a trip to Minersvillc last week.
B Weather report for April Precip-
B itation .89. Greatest in 2-1 hours 21,
B ,,at- 1,5 Snowfall 3 inches.
B Mr. R. R. McGinty is doing somo
B carpenter work for J. 1). Leigh at
B J. E. Rivard, a former resident of
B this place but now of Culieiito, Nov.,
B passed through Nadu yesterday.
M Mr. and Mrs. II E Smith were over
B from Cedar the first of tho week,
B planting trees on their ranch
B e were in' error in our items last ,
B week in regards to Mr. and Mrs. Del-
B mcr Kcslcr moving to Greenville.
B Tiiey nro still living at Thermo.
B K. Mertin nnd R. R. McGinty each
B 'ost a valuable horse last week. Mr.
B Mertin thinks his was poisoned by
B feeding on loco weed
B' Mr. A. Brunfield returned to his
B home in CVredo, West Virginia a few
days ago 'after a short Visit with
B. II. Mnttcson hns relinquished his
right to his homestead hero nnd filed
on lnnd in Idaho near his wife's pur
cnts. We nre sorry to lose Ben as n
neighbor but wish him success in his
Robert Bonner, sheep man and
homesteader sheared his flock of n
bout 200 head of sheep last week and
hauled tho wool to Minersvillc. It
seems strnngo that more farmers do
not follow Mr. Bonner's example.
Tho Mooro's have ordered a quan
tity of seed of a variety tp make a
fair trial for both dry and irrigated
crops. Thoy have a new engine nnd
have about finished a largo reservoir
which they expect to be both useful
S. S. Owens made a flying trip from
Newhouso td Cedar City via Nada
Tuesdny. Mr. Owens will endeavor
to winter his sheep in this vicinity
next year ns it is more convenient for
him. Come on, Silas, wc will be glad
to welcome you us long as the range
W. M. White is working for M.
Schncf again. Thoy nre haulirig
posts and otherwise getting the
Wright place in readiness for actual
farming. Mr. Schncf who is in charge
of R. W. Wright's placo says that ns
they havo been unable to get n well
rig in Utah ho has sent to California
for n man to come with a complete
outfit including engine nnd pump.
II. Lindcmnnn started for Cedar
City bright and early Monday morn
ing expecting to report for work at
8 a. m. as usual, but "mnn proposes
nnd God disposes," nnd about 15
miles from home ho had the misfor
tune to break an axle. Ho was com
pelled to walk back and get A. J,
Lewis to tow him in. Tuesdny they
went to Milford for repnirs
Mrs. Lnndroth who lives with her
daughter, Mrs. Wix, met with a ser
ious nccident last week while hold
ing a team. A sudden whirlwind
frightened tho horses and thoy ran,
throwing Mrs. Lnndroth to the ground
bruising' her knee severely. Although
not quito so pninful now she is still
confined to her bed and her many
friends hope for her speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Downs of Clmln
Vista, Cal. passed through here this
week onrouto for Benver to attend the
trinl of J. C. Hnrter. Tho case be
ing postponed until May il, they
visited friends hero over Sunday. At
the time of the alleged killing of the
beef, Mr. and Mrs. Downs were here
and were neighbors of Mr. Hnrter
during his residenco at Nada. J. F.
and II. F. Dinwiddio nnd Mr. Hnrter
returned to Nada with them, but tho
sheriff of Beaver county was out Sat
urday and subpoened them for trinl
Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Colvin
accompanied them to Benver Monday.
Summit, May G, 1920.
Now that tho weather hos moder
ated, every body is busy working in
the field or garden.
Prank Jones has gone to Iron
Springs to shear sheep.
Lnst Sunday Bros. Durham and
Bentley, also Sister Pauline Ailnms of
the Pnrowon Stake Sunday School
Board were visitors at Sundny School
and Sncrament mooting lnst Sunday
nnd gave some good instructions.
Lelund Dallcy left Monday morn
ing for tho North Western States
Mission where he was called to fill
a mission. His many friends wish
him every success in this now work.
Lnst Thursday evening a farewell
dance was given in honor of Lcland
Dalloy. The Pnrownn orchestra who
furnished the music free of chnrge'
It's the High Cost
of Dying in China
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A Typical Chinese Monument
The Chinese bury their dead utx
the mountain side where the earth
is dry and there is less danger of
floods. The monuments are built
along the highway to inform the
public of the great men who have
lived and died in the neighboring
A brief history of the dead ma
serves as an epitaph, and a tortoise v
or dragon, carved into the stone,
symbolizes eternal life.
Death is an expensive proposition
for the Chinaman. Only the leaders
of community life arc honored by
monuments along the highway. But
by the time even the average citi
zen's funeral expenses are paid
with numerous pallbearers and
feasts for the mourners well, it's
cheaper to live.
There is an average of one doctor
to every 400,000 Chinese. So the
Interchurch World Movement, in
which America's evangelical bodies
are cooperating, intends to cut
down funeral expenses for China by
opening a large number of new hos
pitals and by strengthening existing
were served a luncheon by the com
mittee at the home of William Allen.
Bornfct to Mr. and Mrs. Wilford
II, Lawrence on April 28, a girl. All
concerned doing nicely.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. II. Glnze, for
mer residents of this place were here
Sunday' visiting friends. Mr. Glnze
is interested in the local railroad and
they expect to make their home in
Cedar in the near future.
Enterprise, May -1, 1920.
A crowd of young folks went to the
reservoir on a pleasure trip last week.
Mrs Lizzie Peterson is reported ns
being seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ivins nre here
for n few days preparing to move to
Miss Jennie Nelson, Mrs. Harding
Mr. Dccmun Hall, Glen uml Jonathan
Hunt were among those who attended
tho track meet in Cedar.
An interesting program wus given
by the M. I, A. Sunday evening in
commemoration of the first vision of
the Prophet Joseph Smith.
The brake iiiccIiiiiiIkui .seldom gets
the lubrication It deserves,
Motorists should prevent nil possi
ble corrosion of buttery terminals.
The body of tin- car should be
denned with castlle sonp and water.
l'cw owners pay the attention to Mn.
hall benrlncs that these hitter ilwirvi
NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM
AT THORLEY THEATRE
Monday Mitchell Lewis in "Tho
Lust of His People." One reel comedy.
Tuesday Five reel Goldwyn fea
ture and two reel western play.
Wednesdny Bert Lytcll in "The
Right of Way."
Thursday Five reel feature and
the third episode "Dare Devil Jack."
Friday Elsie Ferguson in "Under
tho Greenwood Tree," and a comic
Saturday Charles Ray in "String
Benns," two reel comedy.
GETTING PLENTY OF
CHANCES WITH REDS
If Charley Soo, now with the
champion Cincinnati Reds, does
not niako good In tho big loaguo
ho can never blamo fortune for
"not giving him a chance."
Bought from the Buffalo club for
$10,000, Soo wont to tho Reds at
tho samo timo Duncan, regular
outfielder, camo from Birming
ham. Both tried for tho outfield
post, Duncan winning out. See
started In tho game as a pitcher,
then switched to tho outfield. Now
Managor Moran .of tho Reds may
try him in the box again.
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The best utensil for removing dust
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A charge Is the (inutility of mixture.
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A mixture of (lake graphite and
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