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0N COUNTY KBCOKD. CBPAK CITY. ITTAH, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 192. pAGJB FIVJR H
, I Boys and Girls I
, ,' . Fit ub for the fights
, -v 1 Morally
jJj 100 CUlionuMp
Chairman Child Welfare Work
Mrs. E. H. Ryan; Play Grounds Mrs.
Thomas Webster; Club Leader Mr.
Price; Supervisor Plays Herbert
Milne; Supervisor Plays children un
der 9 years Mrs. John Foster; Boy
Scout lender Alma Esplin and Mr.
A swimming' pool,
-, A tennis court,
- A drunr and bugle corps or brass
. band for tho boys and girls. $5.00
' , is offered forXhe person submitting
the best plan for securing same and
who is willing to help carry out his
own sugegstions. Please hand your
papers without signatures to Herbert
Milne. Ho will take your number and
name and a committee will do the
rest. Wo would like to see a Scout
get the V, though every ono is invited
to enter tho contest.
The Farm Bureau committtco have
just purchased some new base balls
, ,., and mitts and a new basket ball for
"'"''" t c tho play ground.
' ' As an act of appreciation for tho
excellent services Miss Law and Miss
Wilson have rendered our comunitty
v i in tho way of supervised play, a can
i it yon breakfast was planned by tho
t . Child Welfare Committee, those im
mediately connected with the work
and their partners were invited, mak
ing about 25 in all.
There were 102 children on tho B.
A. C. campus tho opening day of the
Junior Chautauqua. Wo expect doublo
that number before the week is over.
Will buy or trade for a second hand
Ford.C. D. B. Adv. lw. pd.
FOR SALE. This spring onions, 7
, cts. per pound. Elsworth Flanni-
' gan. lw. pd.
SALE OF ESTRAY ANIMALS
State of Utah, County of Iron, City
, ,r To Whom It May Concern:
i $ ' . r I have in my possession tho follow
ing described estray animals, which if
not claimed and taken away, will bo
sold at public auction to tho highest
cash bidder, at my corral in caid Ce
dar City, Utah, Monday, July 12th,
1920, at the hour of 7 p. m., to-wit:
One rod and white spotted heifer, 2-year-old;
crop off left ear and crop
and undcr-slopo off right car; branded
(lazy) F over 7 on left hip.
One red heifer, 2-yenr-old, marked
"W" in left ear; crop and tag in right
car, tag marked M. W. Bringhurst,
Toquerville. Branded YI with bar
Said animals were taken up by mo
r on Wednesday, tho 30th day of June,
A. D., 1920. ANDREW HANSEN,
util the eleraets have taken the
. life out of your tires before
having them repaired.
If you have a blowout or
v surface cut, attend to it now.
i Fred E. Warner
T CORRESPONDENCE T
Enterprise, Utah, July 6, 1920.
Be sure to remenmber tho big time
in Enterprise on tho 24th and 25th.
Mrs. Minnie Edwards of Panaca is
visiting relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Hunt went to
Salt Lake City Friday on a pleasure
Tho children of Mr. Jeff Hunt were
called to Santa Clara to the funeral
of Mr. Hunt's wife last week.
A crowd of young folks from New
castle and Modcna came here to
spend tho Fourth with us.
Mr. and Mrs. John Day came
to spend the Fourth with relatives
Miss Kate Hamblin and her father
of St. George arc here visiting for
Summit, Utah, July 7, 1920.
Mrs Lettio B. Dalley and daughter,
Mrs. Ann Pratt, will leave tomorrow
for an extended trip to Idaho, visiting
relatives in Bcveral towns and cities.
Tho Fourth passed very quietly
here, many of our young people at
tending the celebrations nt Parowan
and Cedar City. Quite a number of
our towns people, however, took their
picnic and spent a pleasant day in the
Leo Furnsworth, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and daugh
ter Bcrta, motored to Salt Lake last
week and spent tho Fourth with rela
tives in the metropolis. They report
having had n most enjoyable trip.
This afternoon the Relief Society
members gave Aunt Lettio Dalley a
most pleasant surprise in honor of her
85th birthday. Tho crowd met on
tho lawn whore they were entertained
with some beautiful music from the
Edison phonograph. Dainty refresh
ments, consisting of chicken sand
wiches, ico cream and cake, were
served, and a good time enjoyed by
Nada, Utah, July 6, 1920.
D. L. Keslcr and sisters Bertha and
Irene went to Minersville to celebrate
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith and bubo
motored over from Cedar Irfst Sunday
to look over their property here.
S. S. Owens has filed on a homestead
near Blue Knoll. Wo will bo glad to
welcome them among us once more.
Gerald Lash, who has been em
ployed near Cedar City, came over to
spend tho Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McGinty of Min
ersville and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mc
Ginty took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Wix on the fifth.
Mrs. J E. Rambler went to Lund
Sunday morning to spend a few days
with Mr. Rambler, who is employed
as section foreman nt that place.
Philip Costello of Los Angeles ar
rived here Thursday to visit his nunt
Mrs. Lena Lindcrman. Ho accom
panied Messrs Lindcrman and Lcwirf
to Cedar City last Monday.
Weather report for Juno: Total
precipitation .39 inch; greatest In 24
hours .2G; dato 28. No. of days with
.01 or more precipitation 3, Clear
days 25; partly cloudy 5. L. A.
Culmsco, crop observer.
Glenn Barnes, Miss Florence Kemp
and Joe Wyers came down from Mil
ford to attend tho dance nt Mc
Ginty's. The following from Cedar
City were in attendance: Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Colvin and son Philip,
Mrs. D. J. Hedges, Mr. nnd Mrs. S.
S. Owens, and II. Lindcrman
In the corn belt corn that is "knee
high, 4th of July" is considered safe.
Several of our residents report corn
kneo high and over, on dry land;
also squash, musk-melon nnd water
melon vines in bloom. AH who have
put in garden to any extent have for
somo time past been enjoying rad
ishes, lettuce, onions, turnips, beets
About 20 of our people spent the
Fourth nt Paramour Springs, where
Lund celebrated tho day. A glorious
day, indeed, was enjoyed. Tho Lund
ites proved genial hosts plenty of
barbecued meat, ire cream, lomonade
and all sorts of good things. About
five o'clock n ball gamo was sched
uled to take place at Lund between
Nada and the home team, which was
not finished and somewhat mnrred
the otherwise perfect day.
The Nadaitcs began the Fourth of
July festivities early this year, with n
social dance on the night of the 3rd
nt the McGinty home in East Nada.
About 60 guests were present. The
evening was spent in dancing and
social intercourse. As usual, n mid
night lunch was served which wns in
honor of the day. It wns a little un
usual nnd might bo termed a sumpt
uous repast. It consisted of sand
wiches, cake and ice-cream galore,
coffee and chocolate, until tho big
gest cake caters called "Enough!"
FRIDAY, JULY 16TH
Admission per Couple, 75 Cents
Extra Ladies 25 Cents.
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SALE OF ESTRAY ANIMALS
State of Utnh, County of Iron, City
To Whom It Mny Concern:
I have in my possession thu follow
ing described cstrny animals, which
if not claimed and taken nway,.will be
sold at public auction to the highest
cash bidder, at my corral in said Ce
dar City, ytah, Monday, July 12, 1920,
at tho hour of 7 p. m., to-wit:
One Shetland pony, about 3 years
old, weight about COO lbs. No brand
Ono bay maro about 5 years old;
weight about 000 lbs. No brand vis
ible. Said animals were taken up by me
on Thursday, the 1st day of July, A.
1)., lt20. ANDREW HANSEN,
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dental treatment at Government ex
pense whoso teeth decayed while ho
wbb in Bervicc, or thru loss of same.
Several of tho men nnve already taken
advantage of this opportunity and it
is urged that others who nro in need
of treatment sec Dr. Petty nt once,
since the longer you wait tho nioro
difficult it is to prove it was caused
while you were in service.
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office nt Salt Lake City, Utah,
July 8, 1920.
I Notice is hereby given that Harriet
1 A. Wilson, widow of FranciB L. Wil-
First 'Pictun of Democrats Nominating Their Candidates
This fli at picture of tho Democratic convention at San Francisco shows tho vast concourse of io nor) iiPimrntn nn.i cntntntn i
tho now million-dollar Auditorium Senator Robinson of Arkansas, permanent cl airman coi i bo sen,, on thn n nfrnr,? , ,?iC!?i,0ra ,tr
der tho giant electric amnllner. which rnrrlrs the speaker's voice to every corner o Uie ble lmii . ti? fniL?m.Oinn,,nilnc?,,lt0,y. u.n
Press. new0papc!fin iron, all ,, the wurW. Tho various state dJleI5?MT ,nembcrfl of th0
son, deceased, of Prout, Utah, who on H
September 2, 1915, made homestead H
entry No. 015-180, for Lots 1 and 2; H
EHNWK, WNE14, SENE, Sec. H
31, Tp. 33 S., R. 17 W., Salt Lako M
Mcr., has filed notice, of intention to H
make three (3) year proof, to cstab- H
lish claim to the land above described, M
before Clerk of tho District Court, at H
Parowan, Utah, on tho 16th day of H
August, 1920. H
Claimant names as witnesses: H
George D. Webster, Frank G. Web- H
ster, Daniel Payne, nnd Mrs. Nettie H
Payne, all of Prout, Utah, H
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register. M
(First July 9 Last Aug. 0, 1920.) H
This week there was a heavy do- H
mand for hay pitchers and many men H
wcro imported from neighboring set- H
tlcmcnts to meet the demand. H
Drop In I
It's the live spot of the town. M
The gang is always here the , H
pepful bunch who know WHAT ; H
Billiards, pool, smokes and nice H
cool drinks, H
COME ON DOWN! fl
Be a Mixer. H
CEDARS POOL ROOM I