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IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1M. PAGE THREE H
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AN ORDINANCE
Creating and Establishing Width of
College Avenue in Cedar City Utah.
Be it ordained by the City Council
' of Cedar City, Utah:
Section 1. Thnt that certain public
HtTcet in Cedar City, Utah, extend-
injf from Main Street west to Third
j "West Street', tho center line of which
, commences at tho South East corner
of Lot 13, Block 25, Plat B. Cedar
City Town Survey and extending
West to its intersection with said
I Third West Street, at the South West
I cor. of Lot 8, Blk 27 of said survey is
jL- hereby designated, and the same shall
be knowii ns College Avenue.
Section 2. That tho width of said
Collogo Avenue is hereby established
as being 31.5 feet on each side of the
center lino thereof, ns described in
Section 1 of this Ordinance.
Section 3. This ordinance shall
take effect and be in force on and
S after the 11th day of June, A. D. 1920.
t Passed by the City Council of Ce-
' dnr City, Utah, Juno 8th, A. D. 1920,
T A. SWAPP, Jr. Mayor.
i Attest:
Jm, J. II. ARTHUR, City Recorder.
If (Seal.)
m STATE OF UTAH, )
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County of Iron. J
I, J. H. Arthur, City Recorder, of
Cedar City, Utah, do hereby certify
f that the above and foregoing is a full
'? mnd true copy of an ordinance entit-
I led "An Ordinance Creating and E&.
t . tabllohing Width of College 'Avenue,
I In Cedar City, Utah," passed by the
I City Council of Cedar City, Utah, on
I the 8th day of June, 1920, as tho
mo appears on file and of record in
My office.
I In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the corporate
neal of said City this 9th day of June,
A. D. 1920.
J. H. ARTHUR, City Recorder.
(Seal.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Publisher.)
Department of the Interior, U. S.
'V Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah,
aj June 8, 1920.
; Notice is hereby given that Zella
l Carter Ehrlich (Deserted Wife) of
I I Joseph M. Ehrlich of Beryl, Utah who
IB on February 25, 1915 made Homc
1' stead Entry, No. 013792, for S,
f Section 17, Township 33 South, Range
i I 16 West Salt Lake Meridian, has filed
nctico of intention to make threi-
year proof to establish claim to the
t land above described before the Reg
ister and Receiver of the United
I States Land Office at Salt Lake City,
fUtah, on tho 19th day of July, 1920.
' Claimant names bb witnesses:
Mrs. G. W. Morcland, Charles Car
ter, J. M. Robinson and Napoleon
Roberts, all of Beryl, Utah.
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register.
I (First June 11, Last July 9, 1920.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Publisher.)
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah,
1 June 4, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that Jnmcs
j A. Alexander of Lund, Utah, who on
J May 7, 1915, made homestead entry,
j No. 014288, for Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5,
SEtfNWK, SNEtf, Sec. G, Tp. 32
. a., R. 12 W., Salt Lake Mer., has filed
j notice of intention to make thrce-yenr
j proof, to establish claim to the land
J above described, before United States
' j Commissioner at Milford, Utah, on
the 15th day of July, 1920.
J Claimant names ns witnesses:
' Andrew J. Lewis, of Nada, Utah;
Enoa II. Stevenson, Harry Doolittle,
) Asa G. Brooks, all of Lund, Utah.
1 GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register.
(First Juno 11 Last July 9, 1920.)
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" MJss Mable Corry of Delta is here
j visiting friends and relatives.
J Dan E. Matheson and sons have
f) purchased u Cletrac tractor with
which to cultivate their farm nt Mid-
I valley, and hereafter may be expect-
cd to crop a much larger acreage.
' Mammoth Whale Washed Ashore
'J
li A mammoth whale, said to bo 230
J years old and weighing 31,000 pounds
. was washed ashore near Pablo Beach
j Florida recently. E. C. Wallace ob-
tained possession of the whale's skel-
cton and mounted it on an Indiana
truck and is now exxibiting it in the
"j southern part of tho country.
, The whale was 49 feet long. Tho
jaw bones aro 12 feet long, and tho
,1 eapacity of the mouth was about 20
i bushels. The skeleton weighs over
$ two tons. To insure ensy riding for
I this uniquo exhibit, this truck was
I equipped with Goodyear tires.
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FOR SALE SPLENDID FARM
RANCH AT ENTERPRISE.
1G0 acres of choice farm land, with
123 $4 shares of stock in Enterprise
Reservoir, nnd a waste water right
equal to 50 additipnal shares. Seven
room cement house, erected four years
ngo, in excellent condition. Largo
barn, 64x44 feet. Rock store and milk
house, grnin bins, feed yards and
sheds, etc. Two reservoirs for water
ing stock.
Land practically all under cultiva
tion. 50 acres of alfalfa; 25 acres of
small grain; five acres corn; 1 acre
potatoes; family orchard in bearing;
variety of berries. Grass pasture
fenced; plenty of shade and ornamen
tal troeB.
Farm implements, consisting of
double sulky plow, steel hnrrow, grain
drill, self-binder, mower nnd rake, and
other small implements, sufficient to
handle farm.
Water system, capacity of 22,000
gallons, for culinary purposes.
Entire ranch fenced rabbit-tight and
bull strong, and also cross-fenced with
net wire fencing.
Price $16,500. Terms, half cash,
balance to suit purchaser, on 1 in
terest. ARTHUR D. CRAWFORD,
Enterprise, Utah.
Adv. 2w. pd.
STATE LAND NOTICE
United States Land Office Snlt Luku
CityUtah June 3, 1920. To Whom It
May Concern: Notice is hereby given
that the State of Utah has filed in this
office lists of lands, selected by tho
said state under section 6 of tho Act
of Congress, approved July 16, 1894,
as Indemnity School lands, viz: Ser.
No. 026363. NWKSEtf, SEUSE,
SW'iSEtf, NEUNEK, NWWNE&,
SEViNEVl, SWUNE, Sec. 12,
NEUNWK, NWHNWH, SEV4NWU
SWKNWU, Sec. 13, NESEi,
SE'4SEyt, Sec 11, NEUSE'4, SE
NW1!, Sec. 12, Township 37 South,
Range 11 West, NWUSWtf, Sec. 8,
Township 38 Soutl$ Range 9 West,
Salt Lake Meridian. Copies of said
lists, so far as they relate to said
tracts by descriptive subdivisions,
have been conspicuously posted in
this offico for inspection by any per
son interested nnd by the public gen
erally. During the period of public
ation of this notice, or any time there
after, and before final approval and
certification under departmental reg
ulations of April 24, 1907, protests
or contests against tho clnim of the
State to any of the tracts or sub
divisions hereinbefore described, or
the ground that the same is more val
uable for mineral that for argi
cultural purposes, will be received ant
noted for report to the General Lan:
Office at Washington, D. C, Failure
so to protest or contest within the
time specified, will be considered suf
ficient evidence of the non-mincrn
character of tho tracts and tho selec
tions thereof, being otherwise fre
from objection, will be approved tc
the State.
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register.
Ask any user nnd they will unhesi
tatingly tell you thnt the Royal is th
best typewriter on the mnrket. I
costs n few dollars moro tlmn its com
petitors, tho price now being $115.0(
f. o, b. Salt Lake City. But remem
ber, "The best is always the cheapest.'
Let us explain its points of superior
ity. IR'ON COUNTY RECORD, loca
ngent.
BASEBALL'S GAMEST
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Babe Ruth, home-run slugger
with the Now York Yankees, has
proved his greatness by his gnine
ness. Sold for the record' tjrico
of $120,000 to tho YanUa, ituth
got away to a poor start nnd
was "panned" to tho limit. De
spite thlB ho kept on trying. Then
he started hitting and today fans
are raving ns Ruth is again well
on his way to break the record
which he set himself last year of
27 homers in ono season.
FRESH BREAD, PASTRY, ETC., EVERY DAY.
1 GOOD LINE OF CONFECTIONARY AND GROCERIES
1 DELICIOUS ICE CREAM EVERY DAY
1 Cedar City Bakery & Confectionery
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PNEUMATIC TRUCK TIRES
NEARLY PUNCTURE PROOF
One phase of the use of pneumatic
truck tires which has worried the
truck owner to no small degree is the
possibility of punctures.
"Regarding punctures," says W. V.
Logan, manager of the pneumntic
truck tiro department of tho United
Stntes Tiro Compnny, "our records
show that nn owner need not have
a moment's wony nbout them. I
have records of trucks operated in
practically every class' of business,
showing that pneumatic truck tires i
have been in service nnywhere from I
one to two nnd one hnlf years, and
during tho entire time have never
been off tho rims.
"The rural free delivery division of
the United Stntes Post Office Depart
ment operates a fleet of trucks otv
pneumatics that is probably larger
than any other in tho country. They
have had so few punctures thnt they
no longer believe it ncccssnry to
enrry spares.
"As for mileage, I find in our rec
ords reports on set after set of tires
which have rendered better thnn 20,
000 miles. Wo have records through
tho United States in practically every
class of service of from 10,000 to 50,
000 miles and those of 40,000 to 60,
000 were in cxtrcmelf hard service.
The United Stntes Nobby Cord pneu
matic is espeinlly adapted to muddy
or rough roads where good traction is
essential."'
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Buys Tires Only on Leap Years
I Every leap year is often enough to
buy automobile tires is tho opinion of
H. C. Sowder of Tulsa, Okla. At
least that is .what he said when he
entered a tire store recently and
bought n new set of United States
Royal Cords to take the place of a
set purchased in 1916.
"The tires have given me four years
of the hardest kind of wear," said
I Mr. Sowder, " and one of them is still
going. I really should take it from
my cor und place it on the retired
CASUALTIES DUE TO
RANK CARELESSNESS
Drivers Fail to Comply With Few ,
Simple Rules. I
Don't Rely Wholly on Other Fellow
Doing Rloht Thlno Look Care
fully Both Way In Crossing
Streets and Go 8low.
"Most luiloniolillo neoltU'tlts arc .due
to lark of n little common sense nnd
oart'leRMn"H In complying with n few
slinpli driving rules. It Isn't nlways
tlu first-time owner . who gets his
iintno In tlio iicctdrnt columns," says
fli'orgc Stowe. president of a motor
car company.
l-'IrM nsNumo that you must look
nut for journolf nnd tho other fellow,
too. Don't rely wholly on the other
follow doing the rlj;ht thing nnd you'll
he on jour guard If he docs the wrong
thing.
Never hack or swing from the curb
into the st loot without looking back to
see If the way Is clenr.
Glance both ways on each cross
street, and If you're not on the main
thoroughfare slow down before you
ito. it's infest to drlvo slowly
enough to have tho enr well under
lontrol whore buildings hide Intersect
li'g Streets.
Do not cut corners In turning, hut
keep to your side of the street nnd
look both way.s before you make a
turn.
Put out a hand a? a guide to tho
car following or approaching.
If puling ti slower vehicle pnsa on
jour left, but lit passing it street cur
silWnjs keep to the right
Do not follow another vehicle too
loselj It might stop suddenly.
Slop when the troet cur abend of
i ou stops nnd MiiihI still till nil pas-
fngors M'ttlng oft are out of the
I I loot.
I
list It iyis given me such good ser
vice that it is rightfully entitled to a
rest, but I am anxious to seo how long
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Iflj the Action of a If M
I CI-iALMERS I I
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J H! in a Chalmers is the manner in which Hot ! H
j j Spot and RamVhorn get results out of H
J the lowgrade, inferior "gas" of the day. IR H
h J. D. LEIGH MERC. CO. lf H
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GRABBING CLUTCH HARMFUL
Mechanism That Transmits Power
From Engine to Wheels Is Receiv
ing Destructive Strain.
The car ownor should remember
that when the clutch takes n fierce
hold and does not hnvc a slight slip,
the mechanism thnt transmits tliu
power from the engine to tho drlvo
wheels, particularly ob regards pinions,
uuiversnls nnd gear teeth, receives de
structive strains.
it will Inst under tho hard travel
that I am giving my car every day."
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J TpODAY is your opportunity to ,, ,
) X place your order for delivery of a
Brock Valve-in-Head motor carto
morrow, next week, or longer delay
1 may cause your waiting thirty, sixty
or ninety days in securing delivery. ' L
Brack demands aremcreasing steadify V
each day and present purchasing is
advised as a protection in future motor
car delivery. It is a vital and impor
tant subject that demands the imme- ;
diate consideration of motor car
purchasers, for Buick dealers already v.
are receiving hundreds of orders for w
the summer and fall months.
Should you prefer earlier delivery,
take advantage of to-day's opportun
ity in placing your order.
Price f.o.b. Ftut, Michigan
Mod.1 E-44 . ttSS&OO MoM K-47 . KMSflAO
Modal K-4S . ilSS&OO Modal Kf . S1S65.00
VmU1 &4 . iaOQ Modal K-SO . W6AO
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JCopp's Sarage
"Guaranteed Workmanship"
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The Arrowhcnd Garage installed n k
drill press last week. H
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When your engine dies, it hums M
this timc.worn clnssic: "Oh her heart
has ceased its beating nnd wo'rc twen- H
ty miles from home." H
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Willie Thorlcy is the latest ,lnd in H
Cedar City to purchase n speedster H
body for his flivver. We have fivo of M
these "bugs" in town now. H
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"Little drops of water, M
"Little grains of sand, M
"In the carbureter M
"Bring you to a standi' M
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Don Coppin, mnnngcr of Don'n -
Gnragc has spent a few dayH in fl
Delta promoting the snlo of tho Cle- H
trac for which he has the Agency in M
Southern Utah. M
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Many nutomobilcs in thia .dusty M
section arc running nraund with a M
fourth of n lond of dirt mixed with
grease nbout tho engine, pan pittect- M
ing the by-wheel and beneath the floor jH
boards of the car. Garages do not M
remove this accumulation of dirt un- H
Icbs specifically instructed to do no. H
And tho avcrngo automobilo owner jH
flndn enough troublo getting a me-
chanic to take care of the vital nil- H
ments of his car without asking for M
n job of cleaning. As this dirt does H
no good nnd often a great deal of H
harm, besides giving the car a very H
slovenly appearance any time when it H
chnncos to bo opened for inspection, H
so that it is n splendid good idea for H
tho owner or some member of tbo M
family to don n pair of coveralls onco H
in n while and give the car the "onco H
over." You may find a nut here and H
there that needs tightening nt tho H
same time. H
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0. ANDERSON, D. D. S.
Cedar City, Utah. M
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M. J. MACCARLANI J. W. DlBOTBOM M
PHONE I40r PHONB l7J M
Macfarlane and Bcrgstrom H
Physicians and Surgeons H
OrriCC IN SHEEP STORE SLOCK H
OrriCR Houna lo-ji and M
OPPICK PMONB MOPS H
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POURTH PLOOR TIMPUETON BLDO. I ftH
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DRS. STOOKEY ft LEONARD H
EYE. CAR. NOSC, THROAT H
Hours O a. m. to O p. m. M
Phonk Was. mbos M
SALT LAKE CITY . UTAH
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ARCHITECT 1
(HDcs in Cdar Sheep Association
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Offlca hours 9-12, A. U. M
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