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H PAGE.SWO IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY, UTADT, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920. .
I UTAH SIATE NEWS
H For the purpose of Inxntlun the Mute
1 of I'lnh 1h worth $701, '.227,1)01 this
M vein-, us compared with $Cl):2,309,03 In
H Elmer .T. Stiinson, n two-term vet-
H ornu of the Utnh state prison, bus
H been iirrustvrt at Sim Diego on a charge
H of .forgery.
H Tlio extension of ttic lighting system
H tho .full length of Main street to con-
H form wlth.Mio whltu wny.jn tho busl-
H nofis "district" Is now being made by
M iJrlKliiun City.
H An effort to hnvo snroplcs of Utah
H manufactured goods on display! In
H oriental trade centers Is being mnlo
H by the oxecutiyd secretary of -tho Utah
H Manufacturers' nfisoclritldn.
H Five counties In Utah, Illcli, Wayne,
H Denver, Emery and Morgan, linn;
H made gains In population during the
H past decade, as shown by figures mode
H public by the census bureau.
H Installation of an Improved' auto-
H matle telephone system for Salt I.nko
H will he begun by the Mountain States
H Telephone and Telegraph company
H Jioxt year or tho year after.
H Threats that his three-ycnr-old
H daughter, Allan, would bo kidnaped
H .unless he sejit $3,000 to the writer are
H 'contained in a letter scut through the
H mini's to Cleorge Cnstlo of Halt Lake.
H Tho sugar plant branch of the
H United States department of ngricul-
H t lire, is endeavoring to curb the rnv-
H .nges of the ncmntoda worm, which is
H damaging tho beet crop in parts of
H Adjudication of apparently conflict-
H log claims Of Price city and tho Den-
H tit A. Hlo Grande In tho waters of
H -Coltoit springs, In Carbon county, wns
H jiunnmiccil by the statu engineer last
H A gypsy has been lodged iti Jail at
H Salt Lake, charged with bringing n 10-
H year-old girl from Denver to Salt Lake,
H The gypsy claims lie bought tho girl
H from her parents for $2,500, and Insists
H that she Is his property.
H llecausc hu believed that his wife
H bad exposed herself to lnfluenzn, ho
H drove her from tho homo and com-
H pclled her to seek (pmrtcrs elsewhere,
H Is an allegation made In the dlvorco
H suit tiled by an Ogdcn woman.
H Attired In the vestments of tho
H sacred dance and bedecked In all their
H war paint, 100 Indians from the Uintah
H reservation will arrlvo In Salt Lake
H luly 20 to participate In a week's
H lestlval to bo given at tho capltol.
H The last concrete on the state road
H hi Farmingtoii was poured hist week,
H but the road over the approaches and
H viaduct has not been llnlshed. It Is
H thought the concrete will bo clcaricd
- ' off and the road opened for travel in
m about ten days.
H lit tho opinion of the Industrial com-
H mission of Utah, ns voiced by William
H l Kneor, tuembor of that commission,
H "a workman is entitled to correct in-
H formation ns to conditions obtaining"
H before bo accepts a position offered
H through an employment agency.
H Tho year old sou of Mr. and Mrs.
H Hober Fernellus of Uintah, choked to
H death when he caught his head be-
Hj tween tho railings of his crib.
H Prompt action on tho part of a neigh-
H bor saved Mrs. Victoria .lorgensen of
Grouse Creek and her small son from
an attack by a rabid coyote.
H The nnnuul outing of tho Logan
fl chamber of commerce has been set for
WM August 10 and 17, with tho tour to
M Include Provo and Intermediate points.
H Actual loss to tho farmers of Weber
H county In tho sugar beet Industry alone
M last year was one million dollars, due
H to a short water season. Tho loss wns
M incurred on 11,000 acres.
M Utah need fear no shortage of labor
M to care for tho crops this year while
wages continue high am) the quality
H of the labor Is good. This Is the view
M of the state Industrial commission.
M The Smltbtleld-Logan highway is
fl practically completed nud will be
ready for traffic In a few days. The
H highway cost $210,000, In Its construe-
H tlon U0.000 burrels of cement were
H The bonrd of governors of the Box-
H older Commercial club has taken ae-
M tlon with respect to securing proper
M roads signs at the lutesecthm of all
H state ami county highways In Hoxeldcr
H Utah county Increased the valuo of
H its taxable property this year, as com-
H j tared to 1010, more than $5,000,000,
H the aggregate value this year being
B $55,7:10,184. Last year It was $30,-
H W. C. Dlngmun hit a mule with his
H automobllo and failed to stop. A Jury
flj of four In the city court tit Ogdeu
H found him guilty and he was sentenced
H to pay a hue of $!I0 or spend thirty ,
H days In Jail.
H Crop and range conditions through- .
H out the state are In very fair condl-
H tlon with the exception of dry farms
H v in some portions where hot weather
HgpP and lack of water arc already begin-
H tilng to be felt.
H The University of Utnh at tho ro-
H quest of tho Institute of Public Serv-
H ice of New iork City, Is compiling n
H record of the achievements of men and
H women of this state, who lmvo contrlb-
H utcd to the advancement of education
Hj If a dog bites you, do not kill the
H nnlmul on tho assumption that It Is
H aiaicted with rabies, but chain the
H canine up for a. few days, so ns to sec
H If rabies develop. These are lnstruc-
H tlons Issued by the state board of
j lioalth, who hope that the suggestion
fl ' will bo curried out.
ELS IT DUTY
TO TBI OTHERS
Nelson Ii Grateful to Tanlac
For Building Him Up
Gains 14 Pounds. v .
"Since taking Tanlac " have gained
fourteen pounds hi weight," said O,
Nelson, a carpenter, 1410 Rhode Is
land street, San Francisco, Col., re
cently. . !
"I havo been helped bo much "by
Tanlac in every way that I feel It my
duty to tell othcra about it," contin
ued Mr. Uclson, 'in tho hopo that it
may bo tho means of somo one else
being benefited ns I was. My appotito
had been very poor for qulto a while,
and tho little I did manage to eat did
not seem to do me any good. I lost
weight and strength very rapidly and
waB so badly run down I felt tired and
worn out all tho time, and it wns nn
effort for me to .work. I worried bo
much over my physical condition I
could hardly Bleep, and just felt mis
erable and bluo all tho time.
"Tanlac wns recommended to mo by
a friend whom it had helped, and I
decided to try it. Well, I bgnn to got
bettor whilo taking tho first bottle,
and my improvement was steady until
now I am enjoying Bplendid health, I
havo a good appetite and havo regain
ed my strength so I can do my work
with as much caso as I over could. I
havo not only gotten rid of my phys
ical ailments, but my worry is all
over, and I feel a great load has been
taken off mc."
Trtnlnc is sold in Cedar City by tho
Cedar City Drug Co. and In Parowan
by tho Parowan Drug Co.
Mr. Grant Ivins of Enterprise is in
Cedar visiting with his brother Stan
ley Ivins. Tho brothers made an In
tcresting horseback trip on Cedar
Randlo W. Lunt returned from
Milford yesterday, Ho visited for a
fow days with his daughtor Mrs. J. R.
Lindsay in .Denver, Mrs. Henry Dot
son, anothor daughter in Minersvillo
and son Walter in Milford.
Price 2c per Word for First Insertion
and lc per Word for Each
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE.
NEWLY REMODELED eight room
home. Sold at a bargain if taken at
once. S. S. OwonB, City. Adv tf.
FOR SALE CHEAP A seven room
residence on the lane just one block
enst'of the center of Main Street for
only $3,000.00 if taken at once.
Cedar City Corporation by,
J. H. ARTHUR, Recorder.
DIXIE POWER COMPANY
A dividend of One Dollar ($1.00)
per sharo has been declared upon the
common stock of tho Dixio Power
Company, payablo August 1st, 1920,
to all stock holders of record at tho
close of business July 24th, 1920.
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FOURTH TLOOR TKMPUCTON LOO. I
DRS. STOOKEY Bt LEONARD
KYE. EAR, NOBS, THROAT
Hours 0 a. h. to b p. m.
PHONK WA. OOOO
ALT LAKE CITY . UTAH
(f RANDALL L. JONES
OSlc in Cedar Sheep AmocUUb
Office hours 9-12, A. U.
CEDAR CITY - UTAH
R. W. LEIGH. A.B.. D.D.S.
Office in Sheep Association Dldg.
0. ANDERSON, D. D. S.
Cedar City, Utah'.
M. J. MACPANLANI J. W. BCnaaTBOM
PHONK I40P PHONK l7J
Macfarlnno and Bcrgstrom
Physicians and SunaEON
orncK in sheep store block
Ofmck Hours io-ib ano
optick phonb i40pb
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A birthday party was given irf
honor of Mrs. E. L. Jones at the
Jones home last Monday evening. Be
sides Mr. nnd Mrs. E. L. Jones, there
were present: Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Jones nnd family, Mrs. Longford,
Miss M,ny Langford, Mrs. Dnlley of
Summit, Mrs. Hintzo of Denver, Mr.
R. T. Forbes and Mr. and Mrs, L. W.
Jones. Delicious refreshments were
served and interesting games and
stories helped mako the evening en
joyable. Mrs. Edith Gregory of Las Vegas,
hns been hero for the past week vis
iting with her sisters Mrs. J. C. Is
boll nnd Miss Charlotto Walker.
COX AND ROOSEVELT
CALL ON PRESIDENT
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Qovornor Cox and Assistant
Secretary of tho Navy Frnnklln
D. RoobovoU, Democratic nom
inees, nt tho Union station in
Washington aftor thq conforonco
with tho prosldont. A comploto
ngroomont on tho League of Na
tions hns boon formally an
nounced by tho president. Tho
conference between tho "s',oo
men lasted one hour.
But heat has no
I terrors for those
who drink at our
fountain. : : : : :
Root Beer. : : : :
Cedar City Drug Co.
ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR YEAR 1919-1920 ' 1
Iron County School District, State of Utah. 1
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Instruction, Operation, Maintenance Elementary H. S. Total. 3
Salaries and Expenses Supervisors Inst $ 4,623.66 $ 885.76 $ 5,609.42 f
Salaries & Exp. Supervising Principals 8,901.60 6,775.40 5,677.00 ,
Salaries and Expenses of Teachers (Men) 5,078.75 5,537.10 10,616.83 'i
Salaries & Exp. Teachers (Women) 19,947.70 9,170.90 29,118.60 I
Free Text Books and II. S 591.16 828.96 1,420.12 I
School Supplies 2,042.34 705.24 2,747.60 fl
Wages of Janitors 2,823.06 705.76 8,628.82 1
Fuel, Water, Light and Power..- 2,983.62 745.90 3,729.62 f
Janitorial Supplies j. - 226.42 57,10 286.52 f
Repairs and Replacements 979.63 244.90 1,224.63
Transportation 907.80 518.85 1,421.68 fl
Rent 350.00 850.00 B
Other Expenses, Sundry 580.73 145.18 726.91
Administrative and General Expenses. " ............ 11
Office Furnituro , . ? 120.03 L
Snlaries and Expenses of Board Members 1,024.60 m
Salaries of Clerk, Treasurer and office assistants and expenses 1,373.10 m
Postage, Stationery and other 'expenses of Board of Education 307.50 ft
Salary of Superintendent of Schools - . -... 2,500.00 K
Expenses of Superintendent's office, travel, postage, etc 1,216.12 f
Census Expense . - . 101.26 a
Sundry Expenses . 1,145.19
Interest, Bonds and Sinking Fund. W
Interest on Bonds ; $ 14,413.99 If
Bonds Redeemed 8,007.60 i
Total - 216,263.42 J
Funds on Hand at End of Year. f
Sinking Fund on hand nt end of year :... 3,440.04
Other Funds on hand nt end of year. .'. 3,178.60 h
TOTAL .-. r ?222,877.06 J
Funds on Hand nt Beginning of Year: j
Ginirinff T?nml nn Vinml nt hocrinnincof venr. S 11.101.72 t
Other Funds on hand at beginning of year. 90,015.78 r
Revenue Receipts: ' )
State District School Fund 25,634.00 ' (
Stntc High School Fund 919.2-1 i
Stato Fund for Vocational Educational nnd Health . 109.40 !
District (County) School Tax of 5.5 mills 67,833.49 j
Interest on Bank balances nnd Invested Sinking Funds 941.60 - vtm
Tuition Fees - 501.10 gF'm ?
Books, etc., sold High School students 1,012.93 lr
Non-Revenue Receipts: '
Loans - - 27,398.80
TOTAL - $222,877.06 f
RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES ' '
MS3.' ', .-.
RESOURCES &" ,!
, LIABILITIES .i I;
Buildings nnd sites 281,366.22 - " '
Furniture and Appliances 11,576.75 Bonds Outstanding ?271,192.50 j
Library Books...-. 730.42 Loans Payablo 27,398.80 (
Text Books and Supplies 4,729.18
Invested Sinking Fund 3,440.04 Excess Resources 109,424.91
Funds on hand 3,173.60
TOTAL .$308,016.21 TOTAL $308,016.21 j
(Signed:) JANET ROLLO, Clerk jj
WILL L. ADAMS, Treasurer. (