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H PAGK TWO OON COUNTY BBCOBP, CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY. MAY 14. liH. ' - ,
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H KANARRA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
H Knnnrra, Mny 12, 1020.
H Preparation for n social entertain-
H ment arc now under way to bo given
H in the auditorium, Friday, May 11.
H An exhibit will bo on display from the
H various departments showing the pro-
H gross made during tho past year in
H Art, Agriculture, Domestic Art and
H Penmanship. The B. A. C. Orchestra
H will furnish the, music and a hearty
H welcome is extended to everyono to
H he in attendance.
H The , Knnnrra School gavo a Moth-
H or's Day cntcrtnincnt Sunday oven-
H inp; consisting of a one act play in
H pantomime, entitled "Somebody's
H Mother." The little folks did very
H well and wcro received with hearty
H applause. The remainder of the pro-
H gram was a play presented by the
M unior high School, entitled "Mother
H )' Mine." It represented childhood,
H irlhood, tho modern young mother
H ml tho aged mother. The scenic cf-
H ccta woro striking and tho stago
H rork very ciTcctive. These four stagos
M symbolized "What is Mother?" and
H were followed by thrco pantomime
H pictures which gavo a wonderful in-
H npiration to tho audience. Everyone
H was deeply impressed with tho suc-
H cess of the entertainment and are
H calling for another one- soon.
M Now Harmony, May 11, 1920.
H Miss Minnie Pace returned homo
H last Friday from Hurricano where sho
H has taught school tho past winter.
H Mr. and Mrs. Antono Princo woro
M visiting at St. George Saturday and
H Wm. Chinn is in town again after
H an absence of two months with tho
H Mrs. Susie Adair and Mrs. Julia
H Barney, who have been nuito ill tho
H past two weeks aro much improved at
H this writing.
H A reception was given last Sun-
H day night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H E. C. Grant in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
M Morris Whitehead who wcro married
H at St. George last Wednesday. The
H bride was formerly Miss Gladys
M Enterprise, May 11, 1920.
H Mr. John Jones and son Will, were
H in town last week.
H Dr.' George Woodbury and wife of
H St. George arc visiting -friends and
H relatives here.
H The district school children entor-
H tnincd the public Thursday and Fri-
B day night. A big crowd was out both
nights and wero well paid for going.
H Mr. Edward Hunt, who went to
H Provo with the Dixio Track Team, re-
H turned home Sunday and reports a
H good trip.
H Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ivins returned
H to Salt Lake last week, taking Miss
M Wilma Pace of this place back with
H Mr. Cyril Bnstian, who has been to
H school in St. George tho past winter
H is home again.
H Miss' Snow and Miss Stirling, two
H of our school teachers, have returned
H to their homes in Dixie.
H Miss Jennie Nelson went to St.
H George for a short visit recently.
I SAHARA I
B Sahara, Mny 10, 1920,
B Mrs. J. B. Reynolds is improving
tho looks of her place by planting
Hfl trees and shrubs thereon. Wnko up,
H Sahara and follow her example!
Mrs. H. T. Griffin spent Monday
with Mrs. G. Corn.
Mrs. G. E. Griffin and little daugh
ter are spending a week with her
mother, Airs. J. B, Reynolds.
Miss Vnlborg Magnusscn spent a
few days recently with her sister,
Mrs. C. H. Davis at Beryl.
Mr. and Mrs. Athol Griffin havo
been very busy tho last fow days
putting in a pardon.
Dame Rumor says that the John
stono family will return soon in a
five passenger Buick; wo will bo glad
to have thcln with us again
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M. Carlson and
little daughter called at Magnusscn's
last Thursday. Tho little girl is
looking very well, tho worried look
on tho faces of little Pearl's parents
has disappeared nnd a happy smile
taken its place.
The valley is looking green, the
wild flowers aro in bloom and tho air
smells like summer. This rain wo aro
having will help to make things look
even better. Mrs. A. E. Phillip's
oats field looks vory good.
Mr. N. L Mcadcs returned home on
Saturday night from tho B & B Dept.
who are working near Calientc, Nov.
Ho intends going back to Salt Lake
City to take up his formor work ns
a printer. Wo nro nil Borry to sco
Mr, Mcadcs leave tho community.
Nada, May 11, ll)20.
Thoro are contests and -rumors of
contests in this vicinity of late.
Robert Bonner went to Milford
Monday to attend to shipping his
Nada school closet May 14, after a
successful year's work with an enroll
ment of eight at present.
Heavy showers fell Monday and
Tuesday. Needless to say thoy were
welcome as tho top of the ground
was beginning to dry out.
Word has been received here of tho
mnrriago of our formor neighbor,
Clinton Myers to Miss Mablo West
ern, both of Milford. Congratula
tions and best wishes extended.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Bnrnes and Elizabeth
Barnes motored to Mincrsvillc Sun
day. Thoy brought with them a quan
tity of wild trees and bushes to plant
on their homesteads.
II. M. Couch and sons, A. L. and
Wallace took advantage of the rain ,
today when tho ground was too wet
to work, and motored from Latimer, "
via Nada to J. F. Dinwiddio's to have
some blacksmith work done.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lewis went to
Milford last Thursday to help E. R.
White movo his tractor. Thoy mot
with a break-down flvo miles this
side of Milford, so arc at present
held up for repairs
Nathan Barnes is now section
foreman of Sec. 21 at Thermo. He has
worked on the section thoro for over
a year, and is undoubtedly a good
man for tho place. Tho Jap, F. Saw
amura, who has held tho position for
many years, has been transferred to
Cnlicnto, Nov. His wife, has recently
gone to Japan for a visit, where ho
expects to make n trip soon.
Tho enso of the State of Utah vs.
J. C. Hartor wa3 finally decided in the
court nt Beaver last week by being
thrown out of court. All the witness
es have returned to their work after
losing valuablo timo. The case has
cost tho state considerable, We are
informed that the testimony of tho
main prosecuting witness did not
agree with the statements made be
fore tho case came to trial; thus tho
trial ended without even calling the
defendant's witnesses to tho Btand.
Mr. E. J. Eddards and family, also
Henry Eddards and two of his sons
left Wednesday for Alamo, Nev. for
tho purnoso of opening up somo
mines. Ho will como back in n few
weeks to get their furniture.
LIGHT, NOT CLIMATE, REGULATES PLANT UFE
A. B. Creed, Department ot Agrlcufture's scientiat, has proved
that It la light and not climate which controls plant growth. He
has made 'violets produce two blooms In one year Instead of one. He
usei itrong electric lights to gain added "exposures." He Is here
shown at his work In Washington
COULD NOT STOOP
TO TIE BIS SHOES
Gets Rid Of Rheumatism and
Gains Twenty-four Pounds
By Taking Tanlac
"Tnnlac not only ndd'ed twenty-four
pounds to my weight but put mo irt
ns good health as I ever was in my
life," said Augustus Hois, a well
known farmor of Morton, 111.
"For four yours I was troubled
with rhoumatism nnd indigestion," ho.
continued, "nnd many a day I gave
clean out while working in tho field
nnd had to lie down until I got
strength enough to get back to tho
house. My rheumatism was so bad .
that every morning I had to rhb my
legs beforo I could stand up nnd my
back was so stiff and painful that it1
nearly killed me to 3toop over. My
joints, too, were so stiff and soro that t
I could'nt bend over to tic my shoes.
My appetite was very poor and when
I did oat anything I was in misoryl
for hours afterwards. I wus hardly
ever able to get a good night's rest J
becauBo my kidneys were so badly out
of ordor, nnd last spring my condi-1
tion got so bad I wasn't nble to work
and for several weeks I could hardly
get out of the house. I
"The mnn I hired recommended
Tnnlac so highly thnt I began tak
ing it, nnd to make a long story
short, I haven't a pain in my body
now nnd can do as hard a day s work I
as nny man. I cat three square meals
a day, digest them perfectly nnd sleep
like n top every night. In fact, I
couldn't ask to bo in better health,
nnd nil tho credit is duo to Tanlac."
Tanlac is sold in Cedar City by tho
Cedar City Drug Co. and in Pnrownn
by the Parowan Drug Co.
A business "failure" can usually
win in a tobacco spitting contest.
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IINE UP WHEELS TO
SAVE COSTLY TIRES
Not as Difficult a Task as Many
Detailed Instructions, With lllustra
, tlon, Showing Just How Operation
May Be Performed Make Auto
J Steer Easily.
! KvcryhotV knows that If tho two
front wheeljof the automobile are not
parallel, or nearly so, the side-slip of
nnn nt tlii.m nautili v tlio rli'lit ttlipt1!.
results In ruining the tires In n few
Few people, however, know how easy
It Is to measure the wheels and keep'
them parallel. The sketch given here
with makes It clear. Take a piece of
two by three Inch scantling, or any
Ntlff horrd which will lie flat under the
car. Make two triangles, somewhat
llko carpenter's squares, out of three
pieces of wood, ns shown. One of thoBe
MB OWT .Elf
Lining Up Wheels.
Is to he fastened permanently to tho
scantling and tho other Is separate.
Mousuro tho exact height of the cen
ter of the hubs of the front wheels
from the ground, nnd drive a long nnll
or screw through the upper pnrt f
each trlnngle so thnt the point of the
screw will be nt tho same height as
the. ctmter of tho hub. This Is Impor
tant. See thnt the car Is standing on n lev
el spot n concrete floor Is best. Place
the scantling under the enr so tnnt tlie
tip of the fixed screw touches the In
side rim of tho wheel nt the rear edge.
Tnko tho movable trlnngle nnd slide It
along until the tip of tho movable
scrow touches the Inside rim of tho op
posite wheel. Mnrk this position on
Now move the nppnrntus to the front
of the wheels nnd jtnko nnother meas
urement of the dlstnnco between rims,
marking on tho scantling as before.
The difference between tho two mnrks
on the scantling will show how much
the wheels are out of true, and this
can be corrected by chnnglng the ad
justment on the cross connection be
tween tho steering arms.
To make tho car Bteer easily nnd
hold tho road closely, tho front wheels
should not bo exactly pnrnllel, but
Bhould "toe In" slightly that Is,. tho
dlstnnce between the rims nt the height
of tho hub should bo about one-qunrter
Inch less at tho front of the wheels
thnn nt the back.
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