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H PAGB BIGHT. IRON COUNTY BKCOKP, CE1UK CITY. UTAH. FRIDAY. JUNE 4, 1928.
H; Well, la It hot enough for you 7
H Mr. and Airs. Earl Skougard of Par-
Hb owan were noticed about town Monday.
1 A baby boy arrived at the home of
Hi! Mr. and Mrs. Adam Socgmillcr last
1 Miss Lucile Hunter of this place
HI . who has been at Ncphi the past winter
Ew returned home Saturday.
Bf Manager Leigh of the Leigh Furn-
H iturc & Carpet Co. was in Enterprise
H the fore part of the week on busi-
H Mr. A. W. LafTcr has severed his
Hj connection with the Cedar City Drug
H Store as pharmacist, and will return
H to Salt Lake City in the near future.
H Local merchants arc beginning to
H repair their awnings and screens pro-
H pnratory to the hot summer weather
H which is apparently upon us now.
H Mr. Sam Bell and his family will
H, leave for Salt Lake City soma time
m this week, and will make their home
H there in future.
M Wilford Fife andTittlc son of Salt
H Lake, where Wilford is employed on
H the Fire Department, are hero visiting
H Mr. Fife's father anil mother, Mr. and
Mi Mrs. Jos. S. Fife.
' Dr. Mncfarlano reports the receipt
H by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Knell of New-
H castle of n girl baby last Tuesday.
H Mr. and Mrs. Knell aro residing in
H town temporarily. All doing nicely.
H Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Webb left
H k Wednesday for Delta in answor to n
H ' call from there to the effect that Mr.
H Webb's father was seriously ill with
H heart trouble. They expect to return
H as soon as he is able to be left.
MU Charlie Ileybornc, son of Mr. and
H Mrs. Sam Ileybornc, was operated on
H at the Macfarlanc Hospital Tuesday
B for empyema, which resulted from his
B recent attack of pneumonia. The pa-
H ticnt is progressing satisfactorily.
B Mrs. Walter Granger and Mrs. Fred
Perry left Tuesday for Provo to
attend summer school. Both will be
employed as touchers in the public I
H' schools of tho county the coming win-'
Coach Jack Christcnscn and family
have removed to Circlcviilo for the
summer, where Jack will enjoy his
annual frolic on the form, pitching
alfalfa, irrigating land, plowing, boo
ing, etc. Thrit's Jack's system for
keeping himself fit.
Drs. Macfarlane and Bcrgstrom op
crated on Viola Armstrong, dough-1
ter of Mr. and Mra. John M. Arm
strong, for appendicitis. Thp case wus
a chronic one of long standing but
was taken at the quiescent stage of
the discusc. Miss Armstrong is do
ing very nicely.
Mr. Ben Hoylc of Parowan was here
the first of tho week for an X-ray ex
amination and medical consultation by
our local physicians concerning his
caso of chronic stomach trouble. Tho
condition of tho patient was found to
he too weak to permit of any surgicnl
Mr. Will Dobson of Hurricane was
in town tho fore part of this week for
u day or two looking over conditions
hero and investigating property with
a view of moving to Cedar City if he
should find something appealing. Mr.
Dobson is a former resident of Kanab
whoro ho was engaged in tho newspa
per business for some time and was a
pleasant caller at tho Record office.
A little three-year-old child of Mr.
and Mrs. George 0. Holt of Enter
prise, was brought to tho Macfarlano
Hospital Tuesday with a fractured
thigh. Tho story related by the par
ents is somewhat remarkable. Tho
little tot was playing in tho cemetery
with other chidrcn on Decoration Day
when a grnvo stone fell on him. The
fracture wea reduced and the patient
is doing nicely.
Mrs. LaVerna Taylor Inglcstcad of
New Harmony, underwent a very ser
ious oporation at the Macfarlane Hos
pital last Saturday for stomach troub
le, tho operation being scientifically
known as gnsteroentorostomy. This
opcrution has heretofore been consid
ered too grove to be attempted outside
of a fully equipped city hospital in
,one of the metropolitan towns. The
patient is doing remarkably well nt
1 In order to prefent tho spread of,
blackleg among the cattle of thoi
state, the state livestock board has
induced tho forest service to allow
no stock on the forests of the state
until they have been vaccinated. The
various county agents In tho state
handle the vaccine, so that herds can
be treated with small cxpenso and
Mr. Dave Twecdie of Hurricane Is
in town this week on busincs.
Leo Corlctt who has been visiting
here for tho past two weeks, returned
home yesterday to his homo in Provo.
Mrs. Margaret Stubbs of Parowan
was in town Thursday visiting with
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Moi
ling. Will Hunter left for Snlt Lake City
last Saturday where he will tako a
special course in art this summer
from Mr. F. C. Braithwuite.
Mrs. Rowenn Heap and children of
Spry, Utah, arc here .visiting with
Mrs. Heap's mother, Mrs. Lottie Per
Mrs. Neils Nisson of Washington
was a pusscnger on the stage to Lund
yesterday on her way to Milford to
visit with her daughter for a short
The Dixie Power company has the
iron posts strung about town for tho
new lighting system, but for somo
reason the work docs not appear to bo
going forward very fast. We aro all
anxious to sec what the now system
will look like when completed.
Mr. II. Leroy Frisby, assistant
cashier at the Iron Commercial and
Savings Bank, and choir director, left
lost Tuesday for Provo and other
northern Utah points, where he will
spend his summer vacation. He was
preceded some little time since by Mrs.
Frisby and daughter, who will accom
pany him on the return trip.
Mr. Arthur Crawford of Enterprise
was a Cedar City visitor yesterday.
Mr. Crawford is the owner of ono of
tho best farm ranches in the Enter
prise valley, and is offering it for
sale, with a view to moving into the
Uintah country, which has mado a
strong appeal to him. Better schools
for his children nnd bigger opportun
ities aro tho motives which are ac
tuating him nnd prompting him to
sell out at Enterprise. He has a
splendid proposition for a young man
with a few thoilland dollars in cash
and n disposition to work. The pio
neering is all done on Mr. Crawford's
ranch for such a man.
Fly time in upon us again. Get your
screens in order.
Moils from Lund appear to be ar
riving n little behind schedule the past
O. F. Spencer of Mount Carmcl was
in Cedar City Monday looking after
some land business.
Clarorice Englcstcad of Mount Car
mcl is staying in Cedar while his wife
undergoes on operation at the hos
Miss Gwcnnio Nisson of Washing
ton is visiting for a few days with
her cousin, Miss Vera Wilkinson of'
J. 11 Si 3
Situated in a favor-j
ite section of Cedar,
see the undersigned
fat once. I
REALTY CO. I
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FOR SALE OR B
CHANGE FOR SHEEP
LOS ANGELES AND EAST SAN
DIEGO CITY PROPERTY
Los Angeles lots on corner, fac
ing paved street, double track car
line, eleven minutes from business
East San Diego lots, facing boul
evard, four miles from business
district of San Diego. Water, gas,
electricity, telephone on boulevard.
All property clear.
Write to Cedar City or Phone
BOX 98 Utah 47M
TO EXTENSION FORCE
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by the requisite number of residents
hos gone in to the Stotc Crops ond
Pests commission asking that poison
milkweed, whitetop, morning glory
and cockelbur be declared noxious
weeds in the county. As soon as this
petition is granted, which should be
immediately, war will be declared on
these pests as well as upon the Canada
thistle and burdock, which the state
has already banned, and citizens and
city organizations will be notified to
destroy these weeds found on their
Many of these weeds are very hard
to exterminate, nnd evperiments ore
being conducted by the Agricultural
college nnd others with chemical weed
destroyers. However, nothing as yet
has been found that Is entirely satis
factory. Some railroad companies
have found it practicable t6 kill weeds
along their rights of way with live
steam, but the universal weed killer
has yet to bo found.
County Agent Esplin has been ex
amining the fields for grasshoppors
and states that they are increasing
at such a rate that it will be nccesory
for tho farmers to oragnize ond take
measures for their control. This is
true of tho 'sections including Cedar
City, Hamilton's Fort and Kanorra
though he is not yet certain of other
parts of the county.
Warden Storrs of the State Peni
tentiary, is in Cedar ity on business
connected with the cose of the state
against Lcland Leigh.
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Throw Your Money 1
In the form of half worn out
AUTO TlftES. $ V
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. M
The local Hill-climbing club ought fl-
to be doing something about a better H
trail to the naturual bridgo in tho Ce- jH
Canyon. This is a scenic wonder of H
sufficcnt novelty to attract a good m
deal of attention, nnd being only 10 jH
miles from town and little more than B
a mile from the main canyon road,
now bing put in first class condition, flflv
it is too bad and a reproach upon our mm
citizenry that it is allowed to remain H
inaccessible for the average tourist or H -
sight-seer. $1,000 would make a good H
trail up the mountaip side to the H
bridge. Surely we arc not going to H
permit a little job like that to stand jH
.between us and a valuable scenic at- jH
r I Big Reduction Sale
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I I I FOR oue weieik: OlSTLlT
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I I Monday, June 7-Saturday, June 12
II WE MUST RAISE $20,000.00 IN CASH
H II AND IN ORDER TO DO SO QUICKLY WE ARE OFFERING OUR MILES TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
H M REGULAR. WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AT UN- TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN HATS, SHIRTS, SHOES, COVER-
B jH .v l BELIEVABLE SACRIFICES. EVERYTHING IN THE STORE WILL ALLS, OVERALLS, JUMPERS, GLOVES, AND DRESS GOODS OF
H H BE INCLUDED. AND DISCOUNTS RANGE FROM 10 TO 50. ALL KINDE, AT A CUT OF 20 TO 50 FROM REGULAR PRICES.
B H WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF PURCHAS- AS A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT FOR EARLY SHOPPING, WE
B H ES OF STAPLE MERCHANDISE BY INDIVIDUALS AT THESE RE- WILL GIVE FREE OF CHARGE TO EACH OF THE FIRST TEN LAD-
B H DUCED PRICES, WITH A VIEW TO DISTRIBUTING THE BENEFITS IES PURCHASING $10 WORTH OR MORE OF MERCHANDISE
B, H " ' AS WIDELY AS POSSIBLE AMONG OUR PATRONS ( DURING THIS SALE, ONE GINGHAM DRESS PATTERN, TO BE SE I
B r H WITHOUT DOUBT THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT TRADING LECTED B? CUSTOMER FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK. I
B H EVENT THAT HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED IN SOUTHERN UTAH SINCE TERMS OF SALE ARE STRICTLY CASH. NO APPROVALS, - " I sA,,
B n VY PREWAR TIMES. IT WOULD PAY YOU TO TRAVEL 50 TO 100 AND NO MERCHANDISE EXCHANGED AFTER LEAVING STORE. I J
I I Sale Opens Monday Morning at 9 o'clock.
I I PAROWAN CO-OP. M. & M. I.