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M TACK TW " ( IRON COUNTY KBCORD. CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRID VY, JUNE 18, 1920. I
I 1 CORRESPONDENCE
H Summit, Juno 17, 1020.
M Wo lind a nice shower of rain last
H Haying will begin in earnest next
M week nml other crops nrc looking fine.
M Mra. Rose Slmpkins and children of
B Circlovillo nrc hero visiting with her
B parents, Mr. and Mra. Moroni Dallcy.
M It is reported that Joseph Dnllcy's
M property in town is for sale. Whether
M he intends to rcmnin in town or move
M elsewhere is not known at present.
M We uru pleased to report that Mr.
1 John II. Dallcy is improving since
H liis recent operation nnd is now able
1 to be out attending to some of his
fl duties again.
M Mrs. Wm. Smith and son Harold
M motored to Enterpriso last week for
H a short visit with Mra. Smith's
M slaughters, Mrs. Fred Jones nnd Mrs.
m Ismcl Adair.
H Knnarra, Juno 15, 1020.
H 11m work on John Berry's new
H 1ui)galow is progressing nicely, some
MmM of 'the rafters being put up today.
H Mrs. Charles Parkinson is reported
UU not feeling very well tho past week,1
H she haH been a sufferer from rheumn-'
Mmg tism for tho past twenty years. I
H The LnVcrkinDitch Company has a
H force of men working on their ditch
H repairing the leaks that break in ev-
H cry winter.
H Mrs. Eliza Wood has gone to
H Delta to visit her son Adlia and
H daughter Mrs. Jos. Ingram. She will
H 1k gone for an indefinite time.
H Last week, Henry Gublor of LaVer-
H kin drove twelve head of pigs down
H from tho mountain where they win-
H tercd. He sold them to Bicderman
H Urothers at Cedar City for a good
H Last week two interesting weddings
H occurred which included three young
H people from tills place, Mr. Wm. B.
H Staplcy and Miss Sophia Parker were
H married in tho St. Gcorgo temple
H Wednesday and Mr. Wm. Isom of
H Hurricane and Miss Vnughn Pollock
H of this-place were married at thd
H same plnco Thursday. -Tholr many
H friends hero will wish thorn success
H in their new undertaking.
H Sahara, June 1C, 1020.
H Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Holland and son
H left for Los Angeles Friday.
H Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baker and Mrs.
H Com motored to Yale last Sunday.
Mr. II. O. Dougherty is on tho sick
lint this week.
Mr. V. M. Carlson has resumed his
work on tho railroad.
The pumps and engine of Messrs.
Mngnussen, Davis and Howland ar
rived nnd nro now being installed.
I At a special, meeting Saturday
night of tho Sahara Civic Center, nr.
I rangements wcro mado for our an
I nunl Fourth of July Picnic.
I Tncomn Boker came up to Sahara
from Nada tho other day, and will
remain with her grandmother to
I tako tho place of Blendinc who re
turned home with her parents.
j Word has been received from
, Mrs. C. M. Mngnussen nnd Mrs. II.
I C. Davis that they are enjoying their
visit with Mrs. G. D. Johnstono of
' Snlt Lako City.
Mr. J. B. Roynolds nnd son Burton
returned home Tuesday night from
Modenn and will be followed by Mrs.
Reynolds in a few days. On her nr
rlvul arrangements will be made by
tho family to visit their old home in
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Corn nrc lGav-
i ing Thursday for a thrco months'
, visit to Benton, Illinois where they
will visit Mr. Corn's parents. On
their way they will stop at Kansaa
City for u two week's visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Jobert, formerly of
Nada, Juno 15, 1020.
Frank Sawmura has returned homo
nnd is again in charge of Section 24.
Will White went to Mincravillc
Monday to work in haying.
A. J. Lewis who has been at work
repairing a trnctor for Mr. Sloan of
Milford, returned Monday evening.
Robert Bonner visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bonner in Milford
Mrs. P. T. Keillor and children
spent the day with Mrs. Wm. White
Adolph Sahm and Bob Moore are
painting in Milford. Mr. Sahm has
moved his family there also.
tt. R. McGinty and family and Cecil
Kieth motored to Mincravillc Sundny
nnd'tftok dinner' with- Mr. an'n'Mrs. L.
Three cheers for Harding and Cool
idgo. Tho Republican nominees for
President and Vice-President They
ore self mado Americans nnd are
bound to win in the fall election.
Mr. H. Lindmcnnn came over from
Cedar, via Lund Saturday evening to
attend tho dance and spend Sundny
with his family. He returned to Ce
dnr Monday morning in his own cnr.
We note that Herbert Hoover re.
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ceived ono moro vote than tho rest of
us at tho Chicago convention. Surely
by "helping Herbert Hoover" all thru
the war, wo did our bit.
Mrs. J. E. Rambler, V. C. Johnson,
L. Kesler and little son were Luiuf
visitors Friday and Saturday.
C. D. Keith who is plowing forty
acres for Mrs. E. Cross has been on
the sick list the past week.
I ;JOE MARTIN- Still Ahead Of The Game
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Tho dnnce at the Lewis ranch last
Saturday was a complete success, as
shown by the loathncss of the guests
to leave. A delicious supper was
served at midnight, dancing, music
and conversation "were enjoyed until
an early hour.
Mrs. Delia Hedges and Mrs. S. S.
Owens motored over from Cedar to be
present at the dnnce and spend Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lewis.
They have been greatly missed in our
social life here and we were all glad
to have them with us once more.
It. W. McGinty was also a Saturday
guest from "abroad" having como
from Calicnto where he is working
with the B. 13. Company. Ray, who
is a good carpenter armed himself
with his tool chest and returned Mon
day to accept a promotion to a higher
position and a higher wage,
J. W. Dinwiddie made a business
trip to Milford Thursday, returning
Friday. His windmill is at the depot
at that place nnd from there he will
hnve shipped it to Nada. His father,
J. F. Dinwiddie started drilling his
well today and J. W. will soon mnke
use of some of our surplus wind.
Hero's wishing him success with a
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders who at
present reside in Los Angeles have
decided to return to their farm here.
This is about the best news we have
heard for a long time, for desides be
ing an estimable family they have
mado n real success of dry farming,
considering the newness of the soil.
However, Mr. Sanders expectes to put
down a well to supplement dry farm
ing, tho plan we will all follow ultim
ntey. . '
II. L. Frisby is back at his post at
tho Iron Commercial and Savings
Rnnk after a two week's vacation
spent in Provo.
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DELICIOUS ICE CREAM EVERY DAY
Cedar City Bakery & Confectionery
Mrs. Lottie Rosenburg entertained
a party of relatives and friends last
Monday evening at an old time social.
A jolly good time was reported by
those in attendance.
J. Claude Knell has been transact- .
ing business in town this week. !
Paul C. Blakely left Wednesday for
Salt Lake City on a short business
yt0 Yut thoughts involuntarily
M5J5wL ' urn w'k pleasure and antici- B
"A yfx J pation to
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where the best that the season affords in Fresh Meats, Fish, Ham w,
and Bacon, Sausage, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables is always w
to be had. Our Cold Storage Plant insures that everything will jg
be kept fresh and wholesome, and meats are permitted time u
to become tender and palatable before being blocked. ty
Our uppermost desire is to please you. ;
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