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H PAGK SIGHT. JON COUNTY IMCORD, CEDAR CITY, ITATT. FRIDAY, JWAY 28, t9W.
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In the day time it is a lot of nice seats.
H At night it is a good bed, especialy handy
H for a spare bed. Because of it's economy
H of room, it is a big seller the country over.
Prices from $50.00 to $150.
I cCeiqh furniture &
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CINCY REDS HOIST CHAMPIONSHIP FUG
Hff These ceremonies mark an important sporting event at CIncln-
H; J ', natl, O., the unfurling to the breetes'the first championship baseball
H' pennant won by that town's team in years. Of courso wo all know
i ' that the Clncy Reds are now world champions, but it was not until
. last week that the champions received their flag. Manager Pat Moran
H la' pulling It up the socond flag be has hoisted tbo other in Phll-
Bi adolphta five years ago.
W No better timo to subscribe for The Record tlinn right now!
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I What Is More
1 Ref reshin g
I ! Than an ice cold drink after a
I long hot day?
M Sit in your own home in a cozy chair and drink ROYAL
PURPLE GRAPE JUICE, ' CLARET, Port, BOJU, VIRGINIA
M ' JULEP, iced just to suit your taste.
H Royal Purple Grape Juice 45c. Per Pint.
H , Virginia Julep 25s. and 50c.
H Loju 90c. Per Quart.
1 1 CEDAR CITY DRUG CO.
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Whatever alcohol you use, put it In
Dr. Potty is in Salt Lako City for
n few dayH on business.
Knrl Topham of Paragonah, coun
ty crop peBt inspector, is here this
week on business.
Dr. E. Smith is noticed in town
ngnin nftcr nn absence of several
weeks spent in Pnrowan.
, Mrs. 'Francell Williams Nielsen has
sent tidings to relntivcs here that her
husband is very seriously ill at Leam
ington, Utnh, and Mrs. Niclaon's mo
ther has gone to their assistance.
Merchant W. II. Leigh has spent a
fow days in Salt Lake this week, fill
ing in on his stock of merchandise
and attending to other business. He
The orchestra heretofore conducted
by Mr. Johnson will be taken over by
Mr. Scth Hnrper, who is getting new
instruments and equipment and will be
ready soon for the summer engage
ments. It. T. Forbes secretary of the Cedar
Post of the American Legion, has been
elected dclcgutc to tho State conven
tion nt Ogden, Utnh, which convones
May .'10 to Juno 2, and will leave for
the convention city Saturday.
Mrs. C. G. Dell and daughter, Mrs.
Nellie Pritchard of Pnrowan, left on
.Wednesday for Salt Lake City where
Mrs. Pritchard will visit for a few
weeks with her mother. Mrs. Bell has
been hero on business for the past
week or so.
-II. Peyton Johnson loft tho foro
part of tho week for Salt Lake, where
he has a summer engagement with the
Lagoon orchestrn. His work hero has
been very satisfactory and it was not
learned whether or not he will return
next winter to the musical department
of the B. A. C.
Dr. Mncfarlano is feeling slighted
because the finance committeo for tho
Republican campaign has failed to
call on him. The Doctor stntcs that
this is tho first time he has not been
asked to subscribe to a popular sub
scription in n good cause since he en
tered his professional career, and nnt
urally he feels slighted.
Mr. James Sherratt, who returned
to Ccdiir City a couple of weeks ago
to look after property interests and
had expected to work here a part of
the summer, at least, left for Loa An
geles again last Sunday, having' re
considered his plans and decided to
return to his previous employment and
be with hiB family.
Mr. C. B. Artcnson of the District
Forest office nt Ogden is hero in
specting the forests of tho Dixie-Sevier
reserve, and is accompanied by
Superintendent Mace of tho local of
fice. This week is being spent in the
western division, and while there Mr.
Mace will look over some road con-
struction work in tho Gold Striko district.
The dipping order of the State Live
stock Board requiring all sheep to be
dipped, and which was in operation at
tho present time, has been modified
by extending the time for compliance
until fall. But unless sheep are dipped
then they will bo denied entrance to
the forest service ranges and tho
grazing permits of owners will bo re
voked, according to officers of tho lo
cal forest service.
Mr. C. B. Morso, assistant District
Forester and silveculturo agent, is in
this locality inspecting timber rec
ords and gathering data which will
enable him to act intelligently upon
the applications for about 15,000,000
feet of the pine timber which will bo
made available by the completion of
the road through the Cedar Gulch.
Mr. Morse will muke nnother trip
here later in tho senson to inspect the
timber applied for before final action
is taken on the applications.
Mr. and Mrs. Lnfe McConnell of
this place were on tho ill-starred No. il
train from Snlt Lake City to Lund
last Sunday morning, when it ran into
a half open switch at Latimer siding
and wa's wrecked. Mr. McConnell had
his back bruised somewhat, hut other
wise was unhurt and Mrs. McConnell
was not injured. In fnct, none of the
passengers were seriously hurt, and
oven tho express mnn escaped, having
luckily retired to the smoker to enjoy
his weed. It is said that this is one
caso whore tobacco saved a man's life,
and possibly it is tho only case on rec
ord, though the medical profession nre
agreed that it is responsible for short
ening a great many of them.
WAS A MASTERPIECE
Any who missed Apostle Mallard's
sermon nt the Tnbernaclo hist Sun
day evening, may count it as ono of
tho lost opportunities of their lives.
Seldom havo the people of Cedar
City had a chance to take advantage
of tho literary treat offered them on
, this occasion. Service, virtue mid the
.ideal marriage state were the topics
iso beautifully and ably treated.
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This is real summer weather.
William B. Haslam went to Parowan
today to make final proof on his home
Miss Ednn Haslam, who has spent
tho winter in Oasis with her aunt, re
turned home Wednesday.
Nobody seems to be saying anything
about a County Fair at Cedar City
next fall. Time somebody was wak
The Record is conceded to be one of
the very best weekly newspapers in
Utnh. Subscribe for it. The prico is
no more than for many of the Inferior
Mrs. Jnno S. Wilkinson and daughter
Elizabeth left today for Salt Lake
City, where they will spend the sum
mer with Miss Jnne Wilkinson, the
young women having employment nt
Mr. A. W. LafTer, pharmacist at tho
Cedar City Drug Store, has been ill
nearly all week with what for a timo
was suspected of being typhoid. Ho
is now better, however, and ablo to bo
at work again.
PRICE HAS NOT RAISED
The big jump in the prico of sugar
has created a phenomenal demand for
honey, but wo hnve not tnken advan
tage of this to raise the prico to local
customers, to whom the price remains
the same. Wo are also trying to an
ticipate your needs and keep sufficient
honey for homo consumption, but it
is hard to do. We could dispose of
all we have in a day if we would. So
if you want honey, it would bo well to
act promptly. Southern Utnh Bee &
Honey Company. Adv.
DRY CREEK CANYON
Last Wednesday a party of local
pedagogues and others, headed by Mr.
R. A. Thorley of the School Board,
made a trip of exploration into Dry
Creek Canyon, on tho route of n rond
that has been declared by some to be
the best way of reaching tho rim of
Zion Canyon Park.
The time being limited to one day,
and with a mixed party of men and
women, it was not feasible nor pos
sible to go as far as the Park, but
the canyon was threaded to where it
reaches the level of the plateau at
Timber Creek, and an excellent view
wat obtained of the brilliantly colored
cliffs which skirt thi3 section and make
of it a scenic attraction of considerable
importance in and of itself.
The party went by automobile to
Mr. Thorley's ranch not far from Dry
Creek, and from there as many as
could obtain mounts took tho canyon
The following made up the person
nel of the party: R. A. Thorley and
his daughters Irene and Kate; W. M.
Mnce, Alma Esplin, Miss Peterson,
Supt. 11. C. Lewis and wife, Mrs.
Thomas, the Misses Carrie nnd Es
tclla Parry, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mac
farlane, Mrs. Prince, Mrs. Clayton,
nnd Mrs. Kunz. ,
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1 Palmer to Fix Price
Causes and effect in the
' setting of a price for Louisi
ana sugar by Attorney Gen
1 oral Palmer were set forth
before the House inquiry
i committee at Washington by
1 Representative Tlnkham, Ho
read Into the rocord state
, ments of Representative
, .Martin to show that a num
ber of Louisiana politicians
snw Attorney General Pal
mer and told him to
straighten out tho sugar
mutation in that stato: also,
Hint the attorney general
did straighten it out by fix
Ing tho price thero nt 17 to
18 ci'iitq nt n time when
sugar could he bought in
"bit for 5 1-2 centn. All of
whlfh .explains why the con
I I Mimpr Is paying an exorhl
j J lain price for sugar today
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RUBBER MAKES CONTACT
BETWEEN ASIA AND U. S.
The fascination which tho strnngo
lands of tho Far East havo held for
the nvcrago American is taking on a
more tangible form, now that travel
and business arc bringing Asia and
the United Stntcs into closer contact.
No article of commerce is doing
more to bring this country into closer
touch with tho mystic east than rub
ber. The rapid riso to supremacy in
the production of crude rubber of tho
islands of tho Indian Ocean, com
bined with tho fact that America con
sumes nearly three-quarters of nil tho
rubber grown there, hns tjiven many
Americans nn opportunity to peep be
hind tho scenes and become acquain
ted with tho lands nnd people? of that
distant quarter of tho globe.
Although tho wholo equatorial belt
in that section is dotted with rubber
plantations, representing a capital in
vestment of nearly half a billion dol
lars, tho thoughts of Americans nat
urally center on Sumntra whero ono
of America's greatest corporations
has established a plantation so vast
in area and so highly developed that
it stands out as the greatest single
plantation in the world. This is tho
plantation of tho Unites States Rub
ber company, comprising soventy
square miles of growing tree3, nn en
terprise marked throughout by a mag
nitude and efficiency worthy of the
best American traditions.
By producing its own rubber the
company is in a position to establish
a uniformity in its manufactured pro
duct, especially United Stntcs Tires,
such as rubber manufacturers have
, SENIOR CLASS EXERCISES
I CONDUCTED AT B. A. C.
The exercises of the Senior class of
the B. A. C., held in the College audi
torium last 'Saturday, were very inter
esting and reflected much credit on
1 those faking part. Among other fea
tures of the program deserving of
special mention wnB tho talk by Ed
'win Dahlstrom, whoso efTort marks
him as a coming orator.
The interpretative dancing by the
Misses Lucile Kunz, Thelhna Brown,
Salome Smith, Beth Wilkinson and
Louise Whittnkor was very bewitching
1 nnd reflected much careful training.
The fortune telling, by which many
important facts were revealed which
have taken place or are destined to
happen in the future, was an amusing
fenture and evinced much ingenuity
and cleverness on tho part of tho clair
voyant8(?). The only criticism heard of the Sen
iors' party was that they failed to in
clude a general dance in their program
and we presume that in timo they may
even bo forgiven for this dereliction.
By Leona Taylor Daynes
Ma jmys my hands aro dirty,
And my fnco in never clean;
Sho fmyn Mio known tho noiglibor'ti boy
Is not one-half ho mean.
My clothes aro always full of holes,
-And 1 worry and annoy;
. I'm ttillluK you It's pretty toiiRh
Just to bo u boy.
! T muni alwuys bo polite and Kood, ,
i And I must nover cry;
Not oven when the company
Hats up all tho pie.
i I must keep my mouth closed tightly
And not gurclo when I chew;
j My goodness, It's a fright.
Tho thlngtt n roller has to do.
I I mustn't nght with other kids;
j Ma says It's Just a way
That bullies havo to sottlo quarrels,
And then goes on to say:
That she hopes I'll bo u gentleman,
And that's tho reason why
j When I get In n real good scrap
I I'll lick the kid or die.
I Of course Ma's never been a boy,
I And sho can't even know
1 How hard It Is for kids llko mo
To havo to net Just so.
I Sho can't play games or whlstlo;
i An' sho never does feel tough.
If sho'd read "Diamond Dick'' somotlmes,
s "Why, maybo sho'd act rough.
I I Hut then I know sho loves mo,
And thinks that I'm nil right.
That's why sho pats me on tho head
An' kisses mo at night.
So when sho thinks that I'm asleep,
jj 1 hear her softly Bay:
God bless you now, dcur llttlu man,
I And kocp you every day.
i Ho after nil Is said nnd done,
My life Is full of Joy;
I I guess there's nothing qulto so good
I As beln' Just a boy.
I And ovou though my buttons aro
i All hnnglng by a thread,
I I'm suro my Mother never wished
i I wus a girl Instead,
WHAT ONE YEAR OF
BROUGHT TO U. S.
To the Citizens of Amcrlra:
Ono year of prohibition has brougkt
more laughter to children and moro
smiles to women than any other leg
islation. It has turned almshouses and bro Jfr,
cries into fartorics, jails into cornf
cribs, nnd brought their inmates for-
ward into the great industrial army.
It has added untold billions to tho
nation's wealth, transferred moner
from the saloon tills to savings banks
and newly created homes.
Tho Eighteenth Amendment has in
creased farm and city values, quick
ened industry and brought to the
United States the greatest era of
prosperity ever known.
The pro liquor clement is doing ita
utmost to repeal tho Volstead Act. It
would nullify tho Eighteenth Amend
ment, which would mean tho over
throw of national prohibition and its
The liquor minority proposes to at
tain its ends by capturing national
conventions of tho political parties.
The dry majority, as demonstrated
by ratification in forty-five states,
MUST CONTROL these conventions.
Wo ask you to get every state, dis
trict and local organization, of what
ever kind within your reach, to adopt
resolutions substantially as follows:
"BE IT RESOLVED, that wo here
by authorize our names to be used at
each and every politicnl convention to
be held in 1920, notifying tho lcadoro
of all parties that wo will support such
parties as specifically endorso by plat
form declaration the Eighteenth Am
endment as interpreted by the Volstead
Act, or some measure equally effect
ive; and nominate candidates unequiv
ocally committed to its enforcement."
Immediately wire a copy of your
resolutions to each of the following
persons who have agreed to act as cus
todians of these resolutions for their
U. S. Senator Arthur Capper, Wash
ington, D. C. (Republican.)
U. S. Senntor Morris Sheppard,
Washington, D. C. (Democrat.)
Congrcssan Charles H. Randall,
Washington, D. C. (Prohibitionist.)
Tho crisis is rcnl. Timo is short.
Republican convention meets Juno 8;
Democratic convention June 21. Im
mediate action is necessary.
ARTHUR DEAN BEVAN
CLARENCE TRUE WILSON
E. J. PITHIAN
DANIEL A. POLING
PRANCES E. BEAUCHAMP
J. H. KELLOGG
MARGARET WINTRINGER ,J
VIRGIL G. HINSHAW - -'
The Human Atom
The human atom man is infintis- t
imilo in comparison with somo of hia
creations. Take for instance tho big
modern locomotive, which responds an
long as the tracks are firm- beneath it
and everything is going smoothly, to
a light manipulation of the lovers
by the engineer, but when something
goes wrong and it is thrown out of its
regular course, crushes its master to
death as easily and remorselessly as
an elephant would a mouse should it
chance to get beneath the giant's foot.
And so it is with God's forces, tho de
ments, and other great forces of na
ture. When man runs counter to any
of them in their turbulent moods he
is a weak and purilo insect, indeed.
Throw Your Money
In the form of half worn out
The price of Tires is up,
and is expected to go higher.
Relieve the scarcity by get
ting all the mileage out of
your old tires.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
FRED E. WARNER
Shop rear of Kopp's Garage.