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H FAGK TWO IKON COUNTY BBCORP, CEDAR CITY. UTAII, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920.
H linn I i ii i i " ' ' 1M i . .1
H Jnmcs Tweed ie hna been spending a
H few dnys in town.
H Donald Findln is home from Kano
H county, whero he hna been looking nf-
H tcr liia interests for n few weeks.
H Mr. Leslie Hunter is in Cedar City
H again. lie has spont the last half year
M in Salt Lake City, "oil and on."
H The Misses Bertha and Louio retry
H arc homo again from thoir vacation
H spent in California, and are at their
H posts in the Bank of Southern Utah
H and the office of the Dixie Power Co.
H The condition of Main street is not
H half bad as far as dust is concerned.
H The city marshal hns been sprinkling
H it n timo or two daily quite thor-
H Banker E. M. Corry reports that ho
H hns the best prospects for a good
H yield of grain from his farm west of
H town this season that ho has yet hnd.
H A portion of the crop is volunteer.
H Dave and Tom Pryor, Bill Dix and
H Miles Hunter are homo from Idaho,
H -where they have been shearing dur-
H ing the pnRt month. Bert Nelson, who
H hns been shearing in Idaho, stopped
H off to have a look nt tho much-ndver-
H tiscd inducements of Delta.
H Mr. and Mrs. Lnmar "W. Johnson
H nnd Mrs. Gordon Entough of Kannb
H spent the first part of tho week in
M Cednr City visiting Mrs. E. C. Watson
H and Mrs. Donald Findlny. Thoy are
H now visiting tho interesting scenic of-
H fcrings of Zion Canyon.
H Mr. Scth Harper, accompnniccd by
H the Misses Inntha nnd Violet Mathc-
H son left Thursday for Salt Lake City,
H -where thoy will remain for a week or
H two. Mr. Harper has business in Salt
H Lake and will also visit his mother in
H The Dixie Power Company deserves
H credit for the way thoy havo installed i
H tho city's new lighting system. It is
H modern to the last dotail, and certain-
H V appears to be a substantial and last-
H ing job. The lights wcro turned on
H 'ost evening for tho first timo, and
H undo a splendid appearance. Now to
H erct nil tho old wooden poles removed
H from tho street!
H The metal culverts at the junction
H of Main and Center streets arc being
H-o otorulcjdjcjenr across ..Malnstrcct, so
M"6- " that "there "will' bo no possibility of
H belated travelers through. town run-
H ning off the end into tho ditch, as some
H have, dono jn tho past. This is anoth-
H or good improvement that should bo
H credited to tho present progressive ad-
On Tuesday nnd Fridny each week
Mr. George H. Durham will bo at tho
residence of Mrs. Wm. P. Hunter and
will give instruction in Voice, Piano,
Harmony, Solfeggio and Theory. For
terms and hours call or write. Adv.
Mr. George H. Durham of Pure-wan,'
who for five years was a student at
tho Now England Conservatory of
Music, Boston, has opened n studio at
tho residence, of Mrs. W. P. Hunter
in this city and will impart instruc
tions evory Tuesdny nnd Friday dur
ing tho summer' months.
The Cedar City Drug Store haB in
vested in a fine parrot, tho first ono
to bo owned and shown locally. It is
a fine specimen of its kind, and al
though n young and comparatively
untrained bird as yet, is quite gar
rulous nnd loquacious and gives prom
iso of being a groat entertainer for
customers nt tho store
Moroni Urie left for Salt Lake Sun
day, Juno 27th, nnd will lenvo there
Thursday for tho Northern .States
mission whero ho will join Emron
Jones. His headquarters will bo nt
Chicago, at least for tho present Ho
is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Uric of this plnco and is liked by
nenrly everyone horc. Ho was om
ployed in tho Golden Rulo Store when
his call came. A dance was given him
Friday, Juno 25th, in which he gavo
n word of thanks to tho pcoplo of
NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM
AT THORLEY THEATRE
Monday Mny Allison in "Tho
Cheater." Fatty Arbucklo comedy,
"Tho Butcher Boy." Piano and Sax
Tuesday Geraldino Farrar in "Tho
Flame of tho Desert." International
Wednesday Mary Pickford in "Tho
Hoodlum." Snub Pollard comedy.
Thursday Five reel feature, and
episodo 11 of "Daro Dovil Jack."
Friday "True Heart Susio," a D.
W. Griffith production. Topics of The
(Pay. Piano and Saxophono music.
Saturday Dorothy; Gish in "Boots."
Mr. and' MrsT'Sidney'Drow'comedy.
New schedule of prices: Children
15c, adults 20c.
Coming soon: Priscilla Dean in
"The Virgin of Snmboul," tho pic
ture thnt cost a million dollars to produce.
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True Goodyear Economy in
Tires for Small Cars
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l IOq MiIIh everY detail of the work done on
I K))t 111 ill them is marked by extraordinary - J i
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30x32 Goodyear Single-Cure Ao 1 SO casings when such sure protection is available? $f5Q T" j
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I I ACROSS the YEARS I
H I Is the Yank salute of "I told you so!"
H It is the spirit of understanding that FREEDOM will prevail and
H H that LIBERTY can never be driven from the face of this earth.
H As those FIRST Americans knew one hundred and forty years I
B H ago that we would be here today to uphold the principles of H
H I a FREE NATION So we here today know that in centuries to I
H I come there will be loyal FREEMEN to sustain the personal and I
H I national liberties that our country is founded upon. H
H B It is well to pause occasionally in this era of unrest and get back I
H H to first principles of appreciating all that our national life per-
H H mils. No matter what the political rule of the moment may be I
H H i every one of us are fundamentally AMERICANS and every I
H I soul of us will give our earthly all in defence of that immortal I
H I cornerstone The Declaration of Independence.
H It is particularly fitting at this time of the year to turn for a I
H r'. jmoment, at least, and refresh our memories regarding that! I
Hh " ' great freedom which is ours. I
I I Cedar Mercantile Co. I
GAINS 30 POUNDS
Had Indigestion so Bad She Dread
ed Mealtime In Splendid
"I was in such a bad condition that
I lost thirty pounds in a very short
timo, but since taking Tanlac I havo
gained every bit of it back," said Mrs.
F. KHer, who lives nt 1442 Third St.,
"For the past three and a half years
I had been in bad health, but my con
dition was not serious until a few
I months npo when I began to grow
worso rapidly," Mrs. Klier continued.
"I wns troubled with such a bad case
of indigestion that I dreaded for meal
timo to come, as everything I ate dis
agreed with me. Gas bloated mo up
something awful nnd I had severe
pains in my stomach and sides. My
tonguo was always coated and I had
a bad taste in my mouth all the time.
Constipation bothered me continually
and I often had terrible headaches and
dizzy spells. I was so extremely ner
vous that it was next to impossible
for mo to get a good night's sleep.
A short timo ago I took a sudden turn
for tho worso nnd lost weight nnd
strength so rapidly that I beenme
"When I snw what fine results n
friend of mine was getting from Tan
lac I decided to try it myself. I be
1 gnn to improve right nwny, my troub
les began to leave mo nnd my lost
j weight nnd strength enmo back nnd
, today my recovery has been so com
pleto thnt I am back to my usual
weight and am in perfect health. I
am enjoying my meals now, because
I everything I eat agrees with mo; all
j 'signs of indigestion havo disappeared
1 and I am never troubled in any way
I ' whatover. I am no longer constipated
I and headaches and dizzy spells don't
bother mo any moro; my nerves are
I steady and I sleep like a child every
I night. I feel so much stronger and
I better that my housework now is n
I pleasure, and I am so grateful to Tan
I . lac that nothing I can say will tell
I how thankful I feel."
I I Tanlac is sold in Cedar Citty by the
I Cedar City Drug Company nnd in
I Purowan by tho Parowan Grug Com
fi pany Adv.
BOOKS BRING AID I
TO SOLDIER SICK
American Library Association
Serves Ten Thousand Men
in Nation's Hospitals.
EFFORTS BRINQ RESULTS.
Works on Vocational Training Circu
lated Among Men Who Mutt Tak
Up New Callings Because f
Hospital library service maintained j
by tho American Library Association
during tho wnr wns credited with great
value In aiding In tho recovery of many j
sick ami disabled men. j
Tlioro nrc still In our hospitals more
I than 10,000 former servlco men. Of
I these nearly 8,000 aro In Public Health
Service hospitals, tho remainder In I
civilian hospitals. Books, magazines
and newspnpurs nre sent to theso men !
from tho American Library Associa
tion. In tho larger hospitals, contain
ing over 800 pntlents, special librarians
aro placed. To tho smaller hospitals,
through tho co-operation of many pub.
He libraries, library visitors aro sent
to visit tho wnrds onco or twice a week
and learn tho book needs of tho pa
tients. A special effort Is mnde to supply to
ex-servlco men In hospitals the books
In demand as a result of tho training
given by tho Federal Board for Voc
U(Mo tthas published lists of
books to help ex-service men who aro
studying to advance themselves In
thoir work. "Five Hundred Business
Books," "Ono Thousand Technical
Books" nnd rending courses on prac
tical subjects are now In preparation.
Other Work Doing Done.
Other branches of work which the
A. L. A. Wnr Servlco Is carrying on In
clude servlco to the Merchant Marine,
Coast Guard nnd lighthouses, service
to Industrial communities which are
resultant from tho war, service to Unit
ed States forces ovorsens. This work
Is carried on with money received from
tho United Wnr Work funds, the use
of which Is limited by the conditions
of the gtft to these specific purposes.
The service of the Merchant Marlnt
department provides, free library senr-
tee to seamen on American merchant
ships In the form of "crews' libraries"
bookcase boxes, each containing above
80 books. Theso libraries are a j "
changeable at principal ports. Booty
and magazines are sent also to tneei ftfe
coast guard stations, la UththtOMtv Met
on lightships. ,'
Miss Harriet Bunting, daughter of :j
James E. Bunting of Kanab, is visit- I
ing her aunt, Mrs. Randall L. Jonea. t
John A. Adams, known throughout ,
southern Utah as a successful cattle
buyer and raiser, returned homo Wed- !
ncsday from Denver where ho has (
been to deliver a bunch of steers to j
the market' Mr. Adams says that ho
found money scarce and buying almost i
at n standstill wherever ho went. f
I FOR THE REFRESHMENT AND I 3
I COMFORT OF THE WAY- 1 J
IFARER. J I
Food and Service of the Highest 1 i ,
Four hours from Zion National!
Park ; two hours from Hot j J
Springs Sanitarium. n
Five thousand, seven hundred) j
feet elevation, in the shadow j f
I or" snow-clad hills. The l
vacationist's best sum- ;
Imcr home and rest. j ,!
H. S. CUTLER