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' Now Hanriony, Juno 22, 1920.
H Mr8.,Annabcllo Rcnchor is visiting
WWM her parents here for a few days.
H Born A daughter to Bishop find
MM Mrs. Henry A. Paco June 16th. ,
H The S. S. Club will give a char-
actcr ball Friday night.
H Mrs. Elmer Taylor is visiting rcla-
H tivos at Hurricano for a fow days.
H The S. S. Club met at tho home of
Lottie Kclscy Thursday.
B Elmer Taylor and Antono Prlnco
HH went to Hurricane Sunday on busi-
HB Mrs. Donald Schmutz was, operated
HH on nt the Mocforlnne hospital last
HH week and is getting along nicely.
H ' Mrs, Eliza Kclsoy and Miss Minnie
H Pace arc cooking for tho men who arc
1 working on tho road near Page's.
H Mr.' and Mrs. Jeremiah Lcavitt
H who spent tho past week with their
H daughter, Mrs. Win, Chlnn returned
WW home to Gunlock yesterday.
H Mrs. Golda Cox returned tto her
H home at St. George this week after a
H short visit here with her parents, Mr.
mMJ and Mrs. Goorgo F. Prince.
H Donald Schmutz returned homo to-
H day from Cedar City after spending
H a fow days with his wifo who is in
H the hospital there.
H Last Thursday evening when Elder
H u. Honschke and daughter Frieda
H wcro at work in their garden n short
H distance from tho house they wcro at-
H tractcd by the sound of an explosion
H from tho house and smoko coming
H from tho windows. They rushed to
H tho houso and Mr. Hcnschko in at-
H tempting to open tho door Was met
H y a sheet of flame which burned his'
H 'aco badly. An effort was mado to
H wve some of tho household goods
H )ut all in vain as the firo had gained
H iuch headway that absolutely nothing
H ivras saved. With darkness coming on
H and nothing to cat or wear but tho
H light summer clothing in which they
H wcro clad they wcro in a sad predica-
H ment After quieting his daughter
H they drove over to tho Culmsce home
H to secure temporary assistance and
H - are now living in a vacant houso half
H mile distant. This Was indeed a
H great -loss but Mr. Hcnschko bears it
H bravely and expects to rebuild as-
UWJ soon as possible.
H Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Moore camo
H down fromMilford to spend Sunday
H on their ranch. Mr. Moores'a parents
H and sistor accompanied them. They
H have recently come from Snlt Lako
H but expect to remain here permnncnt-
H ly and aro looking for a location. Wc
H are glad to hear it. The moro Moore's
H tho merrier.
H 1 Mrs. Fred Ilscn of Procter, Minn.,
H is visiting with her daughter, Mrs.
H A. L. 'Couch and her sons, J. W. and
H H. F. Dinwiddle. She will leavo
H soon for an extended visit in San
H Diego, Cal. before returning cast.
Mrs. L. Kcsler Is enjoying a visit
from her mother who lives near
Grconvillo, Utah and as her health is
so much improved sinco her arrival,
she may decide to remain.
Dewey McGtnty has purchased an
automobile from L. Kcsler. This
morning ho moved from tho section
houso to his homo and from now on
ho and his father will rido to work.
A. J. Lewis went to Cedar last
Monday. II. Lindcmann who spent
Sunday hero accompanied him.
Mrs. Culmsce and son Carlton aro
spending a few days camping in tho
A "Pio Waltz" Is announced for
Saturday, June 26th at tho Thermo
Summit, Juno 21, 1920.
Otto and Jcsso Dalloy woro Salt
Lako visitors this week.
Loo Farnsworth who has been at
thesheep herd for somo timo is homo
Arthur Pratt and family aro in
town visiting with relatives and
froinds. They expect to spond tho
summer in tho mountains.
D. P. Chenoy has moved his family
from Hurricano where thoy havo
been living for the past two years,
They aro now occupying part of Her
bert Whito's home.
Miss Margarotta Dalloy is homo
again after spending tho winter in
Panguitch with her sisters, Mrs. Mil
dred Riggs and Mrs. Rula Houston.
Sumner O'Donncl has secured em
ployment with tho Parowan M. & M.
Co. and is now working at tho saw
mill in Parowan canyon.
Tho Delta fever has not entirely
died out it scorns. John Lowo has
gono there with the intention of pur
chasing a farm if satisfied.
Mrs, Wm. H. Dalley, who has been
here tho past month making final pre
parations to movo left for Delta yes
terday where tho family has pur
chased a home.
Direct .Service Provided.
In ninny casus there Is n state libra
ry commission or a nearby library tor
which a man can be referred for the
books bnineeds, but If. there Is no such
organization tbroucb which fro can be
served, books for almost any serious
purpose may bo borrower! directly
from tho A. L. A. War Service, 24 West
Thirty-ninth street. Now York city.
The only expense In connection with
tbeso loans Is prepayment of return
postage on books borrowed.
Not only for former service men who
are sick or disabled Is tho association
working. Tho value of books proved
so great to men In camps that efforts
aro still being nintlo to connect dis
charged soldiers and sailors with libra
ries wherever they may be. Hundreds
of totters have readied A. L. A. head
quarters from former service men tell
ing of tho Irfck of library facilities In
pnrtlculnr localities to which those
men have ruturned.
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The Cedar City Band has been or
ganized with the following officers:
Clyde Cannon, President, II. L.
Frisby, Director, Moroni Perry, As
sistant, R. T. Forbes, Easiness Man
ager, and Otto Fife, Librarian. Di
rector Frisby announces a concert for
next Sunday afternoon at seven o'
clock. Tho new personnel is an as
surance of an aggressive business ad
ministration of band affairs, also
some mighty good music for Cedar
I JOE MARTIN - He Saves A Man-Almost
Red. Cross Nvrs Gives Helpful Lae
ture at Chautauqua.
On-the tblnl afternoon, Mrs. D. PIrle
Itcyoa, American IUd Cross nurso, who
nerved four years with the American
Ambulance corps ut tho front In
France, Belgium and Holland, Ih com
ing to deliver her lecture, "Human Life
in Ilelatlon to Americanism."
Mrs. Beycn took part In Ave great
mllttnry operation. Chateau Thierry,
St. Mlhlcl, Cantigny, SoIh.soiis and tho
Muuso-Argonne. She has received two
citations for bravery under llro.
Tho mossago Mrs. Ileycu brings Is of
grent Import. Sho pleads for commu
nity nursing and public health work
to save this country from u generation;
of weaklings and degenerates.
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FRESH BREAD, PASTRY, ETC., EVERY DAY.
GOOD LINE OF CONFECTIONARY AND GROCERIES
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM EVERY DAY
Cedar City Bakery & Confectionery
Tho new building which is being
erected on lower main street by the
Southern Utah Plumbing & Heating
Co. is nenring completion and it is re
ported that a cabaret will occupy a
part of the building.
H. S Cutler, tho new manager of
tho Cedars Hotel is showing his pro
grssivc spirit by tho addition of now
equipment and improvements around r
Your thoughts involuntarily 1
tura'Arfth pleasure and antici- '
pation to &
wliere the best that the season affords in Fresh Meats, Fish, Ham I
and Bacon, Sausage, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables is always
to be had. Our Cold Storage Plant insures that everything will
be kept fresh and wholesome, and meats are permitted time
to become tender and palatable before being blocked.
Our uppermost desire is to please you.