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H PAGE TWO IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY. UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1820. ' . f . . . .-
I JOE MARTIN Joe , HasBi3 Ideas When It, CojmejlTo ...PsiS. ' -S
H JOE SAV CWMOHIVES B0T . l 'MONKEYS WILL 0E MONKEY5.') ' Hta QUlCk EBONV! GET te) IhrSJS JkA .S "J
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H 1 mm in i - I II III M I I HI 11 .
H Sahara, IIay 17, 1020.
H Air. F. T. Howlnntl ninilc a business
bbbH trip to Salt Lake City Monday.
Mr. C. M. Mngnussen nnd his crow
M nrc going down to work in the canyon
-a-H near Dig Springs for a week or more.
-- Mr, nnd Mrs. V. M. Carlson nnd
H little, Pearl called on "Uncle Pcto"
nnd ''Aunt Nell" oh Sunday.
M Wis, nrc very sorry to know that
M Mr a. 'A. T. Griffin has been on tho
H Rick lint for a few day?. All hopes
b-H arc for hur Bpccdy recovery.
M Mr. G, E. Griffin camo down from
M Modcnn Saturday evening to nee his
fl wife nnd baby who are spending n
fl week witli her mother, Mrs. J. B. Ilcy-
H Mrs. N. L. Mcades, Mr. 11. 0.
H Dougherty nnd Mr. V. M Carlson
1 Have been busy planting young trees.
H shrubs and vines lately. If the rest
M nf uh don't get busy soon, wco will
1 be enjoying their nico green trees
1 nnd wish we had followed their ex-
B Wc had the pleasure of having Mr,
H nnd Mrs. 0. D. Puyno of Yale with
M us nt the club meeting last Saturday
M night. All thone present njoycd Mr.
H Payne's interesting talk on "Wells
H and Irrigation," when business mcet-
H ing was over the rest of the evening
M was spent in dancing nnd partaking
b-H of Home very good enke nnd coffee.
H Mr. and Mrs.' J. A, Baker and
H daughters Tacomn nnd Blcndino
H autogd down from Nad a Sunday to
M sec grandma. Mr. and Mrs. Baker
M returned home leaving the girls for
H nn .indefinite period with their
H grnndmothcr. Wc are plcnscd to have
H Tacomn and Blcndino with us again,
M for it suro seems good to have a
mmH few more' young people around.
H Those who nttended the wcinic
H ioast and danco at Nndn from Sahara
.UH were as follows: Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T.
-H Griffin, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Griffin,
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Corn, Messrs F. T.
H Howlnnd, Bynnt Hedrick, Valborg,
B Luella, nnd Harlow Magnussen. They
fl all icpott an excellent time nnd join
b-bI in extending thanks to tlio Nndaitcs.
H Wc hope they will return tho visit
bUH in the near future.
H On Sunday evening May 10, Mrs.
1 Roy Malborne, formerly Mrs. A. G.
H Johnson of this place arrived from
H Los Angeles to visit friends nnd
H lelntlvcs and look nftcr tho interests
M of her claim here. Just before start-
H ing on her trip sho had the misfor-
H tunc of falling and fracturing her
H knee. She did not think tho ncci:
H dent serious at the time but she hnn
m not gone far before it began to be
H painful nnd after nrriving hero found
M it necessary to take the next train to
H Provo to seo n doctor. Wo are in
H hopes tho injury will not turn out to
H be as serious as wo nt first feared.
H Nnda, May 18, 1920.
m W. K. McGinty accompanied some
M Sahara gentlemen to Milford in their
H enr Saturday.
B Kail Levi passed through our,
H valley last Sunday, with several hun-1
H dred head of range cattle taking.
bUH them to Heaver. -
H B. Henschke and daughter, Miss.
H Frieda .went to Lund todny to get n
S ump jack that was shipped from
H The section crews at Nadu' and
H Thermo received orders Mondny to
H report in Cnlientc for work, Tues-
H day morning. They left on No, S.
m this morning to bo gone a week.
H C. A. Ehlert came from Arizonn
H to visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Mcrtin
H where ho made his home while here.
H He also purchased 70 head of milch
H goats of Mr, Mcrtin nnd shipped
H them from Lund to some point in Cal-
M J. W. Dinwiddjo.. ,who has been
H working imthe shops nt Milford, nr-
rived home Sunday morning. He will
put up n windmill nnd i k. Wo Ito
glad to welcome J. V. und hope no
enn nrrango his afTnii.i so ho can re-
Sickness nnd death among horses
nnd cattle which is thought to be due
to Loco weed has occurred nil too fre
quently here this spring. Let us all
get together nnd wnge n war on the
obnoxious pest to prevent its scat
tering. Tho dance given nt the school
house last Fridny was well attended
und n good time reported. A wcinio
ronst wns the attraction of the eve
ning. A number were In attendance
from Sahara, also Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Hnrtcr nnd Mr. Palmer from New
house, who returned Saturday morn
ing via Milford.
J. F, Dinwiddle finished tho well for
L. A. Culmsco Inst week. The well
Ih 21 feet deep with 14 feet of water.
Mr. Culmsco expects to bo able to
irrignto all tho land in easy access
to this well nnd another year put
down other wells nnd get a portable
engine. With water so near tho. but
fnco ho thinks this system more prnc
ticnble thnn one dcop well.
Now Harmony, May 19, 1920.
Edwin Higbdo of Toquervillo wns
a business visitor hero yesterdny.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kclsey nnd
Mrs. Donnld Schmutz spent the week
icnd nt Rockville and Grnfton.
Wm, P. Taylor, who has been quito
ill tho past month has gono to La
Verkin for n while.
Mrs. Alex Irclnnd who has been
visiting her sister Mrs. Leroy Grant
left for Salt Lake City this morning.
Lnvcnd Englcstcnd is quite ill at
this writing, it was necessary to call
Dr. Bergstrom down yesterday.
1 Orson Hammond, Orcn Kelscy, An
tono Prince nnd Elmer Tnylor left
this morning for' Lund with Bishop
' Mrs. Susio Adair and family who
have spent the winter hero with her
father. Independence Tnylor, returned
to their home in New Mexico last
J ENTERPRISE . J
Enterprise, May 18, 1920.
Bom, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosco Haley
on the 11th, a girl.
J Peter B. Fifo of Cedar City was
.noticed in town yesterday.
A bundle shower was given Miss
Vilnto Staheli and Vondon Coleman
Monday evening who will be married
in St. George next week.
Tho county board of education held
a meeting hero Friday night for tho
purpose of coming to n decision about
tho new school house nnd its locntion.
A. A. Nelson's family havo moved
back home from St. Georgo where
thoy spent tho past wintor that
their children might attend high
Arthur, Minnie, Murva, Crawford,
i Lnfnyotto, Winnie nnd Mnblo Terry
i have returned from St, Georgo where
they have been nttending school tho
I past winter.
I Miss Katie Bnrlockcr of this place
.and Mr. John Peterson of Parowan
were married May 12th at Parowan.
'The young couple will make their
home in Deltn and are extended best
wishes and congratulations by thoir
many friends here.
20,000 MAXWELL TRUCKS
I IN ONLY THREE YEARS
Ship by Truck Good Roads Week,
for J. David Leigh, local Maxwell
truck dealer, is also "Shin by Max
well" week. While doing his part to
make- n success of tho national truck
ronds demonstration, Mr. Leigh is
joining with other Maxwell truck
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Then used to call a man a "sporf l !
v when he bought an automobile
THAT was before the motorists of this community. - ; I
X days when pretty nearly M ' fj ''
cveryiody owned one or The U. S, reputation for - ,' j ' . i
could, tif he .wanted to. quality is not built on any . , , ,v ;
" '. there was -a lot of-waste one tire ( 1, !
1 ' about motoring in those days. There is not one standard' . j
'' A man spent a lot of money for largeU.S. Tires and anorz- r
' j ' on his car and never thought er standard for small ones. .
' ' very much about what he Every tire that bears the - (j
. t s . was getting in return. name UU. S." is built the J
f ' . best way its makers know '.. j
.. how to build it. The oldest ,; N I" I
o I '4-vk. When a man buys a tire and jargest rubber concern 1 I
-:'' Kf': ' nowadays he has a pretty' jn the world cannor afford f :, I
l -It"' definite idea of what he ex- to play favorites in seeking ; "- I
' -r pects to get out of it. its public. ' ". 4 I
; ' ' The dealer who sells him N IV ."T " f '
' v - one that gives him less than ' Come -in and tell us what - "" '
he expects isn't likely to get you are looking for in tises. , K
' ' any more of his business. . vVe can probably .tell you . - - 'j
That's one of the reasons whether you need a U. S. J" ' f
V why we handle U. S. Tires Nobby, Chain, Usco, Plain, - , "
and recommend them to the or a Royal Cord. ' ' j
Solect your tires nc For ordinary country '" ' "'
cord.n to the rod. MlwS11l 1 Useo. '.-
I" '- theyhtive to travel: MWMM0im AhIW ' . ' . "
"" VtAr WaWWm1 II Fof front whccli The
,, s Insandyorhillycountry, KH,B-Iij U. S. Plain. . i
"wherever the Boing is apt SH For best results every- j
tobeheavy-ThcU.S. rccORO-KOOBY-CHAINUSCO-PLWN jv,e - U. S. Royal v
United States Tires V v
.Hi u' jmiiiiMMwu'woniiprnOTMiBiirTrrii i n n
dealors throughout tho country in
why thoro are now 20,000 Mnxwell
trucks in every day use, though it!
is only three years ago that tho first
ono appeared on tho market.
"Tho principle of Maxwell engin
eering which produces the combina
tion of light weight and great
strength through tho uso of fine
steels has stamped this truck with
the mark of. success," said Mr. Leigh.
"This truck weighs 2,400 pounds; its
placing boforo tho public the reasons
H. iL. Ji IH i
rated capacity ia IYj tons, or 3,000
pounds. Tho business man who reads
i these figures deduces nt onco that
they mean economy in hauling be
cause tho greater proportion of tho
energy of tho motor is devoted to
enrrymg its freight load, nnd not the
Iond of its own weight.
"Light weight has created n heavy
demand for this truck in regions
whoro ronds are unimproved. In such
places as logging camps, the oil
field, in remote farming nnd ranch's
. ing districts, the Maxwell, becauso of
in not burdened with excess pound
ngc, has been able to ovorcomo the
time-loss thnt results when a truck
becomes mired in tho deep ruts of
That tho truck has shown its ad
aptability to the needs of almost any
kind of business is indicated by tho
fact that it Is now in uso in 143 dif
ferent branches of trade or industry.
It has been equipped with different
types of bodies to meet tho business
needs of tho individual user. f
Prices of horses nnd mules nro
rising with tho cost of fodder and
bedding, and this is a circumstance '.,
which is forcing moro attention to
tho economy of motor hnuling. Few
farmers and city business men havo
not realized that tho horso or mule
must eat through days when not in
use. whereas the truck "teats" its '
rations of gnsolino onjy when it la