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IRON COUNTY RECORD.. CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920. - " P'AGE FlVfc. H
Biederman s Market
FrcsK Fruits and Produce, H
Fish in season, i
and Fancy Groceries
Ford Touring Car
4, with Electric Starter.
" r Run about 700 miles offered
at A BARGAIN.
Cedar City - - Utah
When you need any
thing in the line of
neat and attractive
Enterprise, July 28, 1920.
Mr. Lawrence Price and family
have moved to Salt Lake City.
Apostle Ivins was among the vis
itors at the stock show and carnival
and the Twenty-fourth celebration.
The stake Mutual officers of St.
George were here Saturday and Sun
day to hold a Mutual rally with us.
Miss Jennie Nelson has returned
from the northw here she has been!
visiting for some time.
We think that the Stock Show and
Carnival was a success, which wa3
attended by a large crowd of people
from other places who seemed to enjoy
The Misses Eulalia and Minerva
Bauer and Messrs. Wm. Adams and
Frank Kelsey all of Cedar were the'
guests of Mrs. Jonathan Hunt during
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Thorley
are spending n two-weeks vacation on
Another party of Cedar City people
who arc enjoying a fishing trip and
vacation at Fish Lake, comprise Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Chamberlain, Mr,
and Mrs. Lnfo Jolly, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Fcrn
Mr. Rulon S, Pallcy of this cily
and Miss Martha Pace of St. George
were married July 23rd at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Pace, in St. George. Both
bride and groom are talented and pop
ular members of their respective com
munities and will receive hearty con
gratulations from their many friends
here and in the south.
Bishop Parson Webster, Daniel
Wcbstor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood,
Mrs. Eliza Webster, the Misses. Eve
lyn and Rhoda Palmer and Dr. Ed
gar Petty formed a vacation partly
last week, camping on Miners' Peak
on the Cedar mountain, ,and fishing
one day on tho Gulch.
For carpenter or day laborers, call
on Wm. Hardy at old Hyrum Corry
FOLLOW THE CROWD TO
THE M. I. A. RALLY
and attend the
B Given by the
CEDAR CITY BAND
Saturday, August 7
Couple 75c. Extra Lady 25c.
I What About That I
YOU HAVE? I
Do you wish to sell it for I
cash? If you do, see Mr. I
Rossiter at Kopp st Garage. I
Or if you wish to turn it in I
I on a new car we can handle I
I it. We can make immediate I
I deliveries on Buick and I
I Essex cars. j
I Mr. Rossiter will be here for a few I
I days only. Bring your car around I
I and let us make you an offer. I
Important Republican Meeting
An important Republican meeting
will be held in the Library auditorium
Saturday evening, July 31. Very im
portant. Republicans, arouse your-
selves. J. S. WOODBURY,
ORSON J. BRYANT,
CALL FOR REPUBLICAN
Pursuant to an order issued by the
Republican State Committee, a Repub
lican County Convention is hereby i
called to convene in Parowan on Sat-,
urday, August 21st, 1920, at 10 o'
clock a. m. of said day, for the pur
pose of electing 10 delegates nnd 10
alternates to attend the Republican
State convention to be held at Salb
Lake City, Utah, Thursday, August
2Gth, 1920. Also, to elect 10 delegates
and 10 alternates to the Republican,'
Congressional convention for congrcs-j
sional District No. 1, to be lipid at'
Salt Lake City, Utah, Friday, August
27th, 1920. Also 10 delegates and a
like number of alternates to attend
the Republican convention of tho 5th
Judicial District, to be held at Salt
; Lake City, August 2Cth, at 9 a. m.
The basiB of representation at the
said county convention is ono "delegate
, for each fifty votes or major fraction)
thereof cast for tho Hon. Nephl L!
Morris, at the election of November
7th, 191G. ThiB apportionment gives
the various precincts of Iron county
reprsentation as follows: ,
Cedar City 8
Modena and vicinity 1
Newcastle and vicinity 1
'Lund nnd vicinity 1
Statclinc nnd vicinity 1
Sahara and vicinity 1
It is suggested by the State Com
mittee that where desired the same
delegates mny attend both the State
and District conventions, or sepnrate
sets of delegates may be chosen, at
the option of the convention.
Precinct chairmen nre requested to
I call primaries in their respective pre
cincts for August 14th, to elect the.
number of delegates herein set op
posite the names of their respective!
' precincts. C. S. WILKINSON,
Republican County Chairman.
FRANK B. WOOD,
J Republican County Secretary.
I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT
I Joseph E. Richards of Parowan, Ut.
I announces his candidacy for tho Rc-
I publican nomination for the office of
I district attorney for the Fifth Judic-
I ial District. Mr. Richards is a grad-
I uate of the University of Utah and
I as a post graduate student studied
I law there and at the University ot
I Chicago. While serving as second-
I lieutenant, of field artillery during the
I war he was appointed judge advocate
I at Camp Stanley, Texas, and acted In
that capacity and as counsel for the
I accused in the courts martial at thati
I FOR TRADE. I have moved onto my
I dry farm, and have a largo surplus.
I of feed so that I can handle sheep or
I cattle to advantage. Will trado my
I irrigated farm at Delta for live stock
I sheep or cattle only. 'I his farm is
I in the famous Delta district, only two '
I miles from rnilroad and beet (lump;
I has all been in bceU and alfalfa; i ,
I now being reseeded all to alfalfa.
I W. G. Emott, Mills, Utah. Adv. 4w.'
I to Aug. 20, 1920.
I I 1
I Planned, Equipped and Conducted f
I 1 for Those Who Prefer the Best. 1
I ! A Pleasant Yacution Home. 1
I I Free Garage Space for Patrons.
I 1 '
I I In Close Proximity to Cedar Brcakfi
I I famed for their colorful grandeur. 1
I Four hours from Zion National
H. S. CUTLERJ
H a Owner and Manager. j
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Let Us Take Your Measure j
a Nifty New Suit I
Uur rail and Winter H
samples are here. No
finer values in suitings B
qon be found. Guaran- H
8d. V. &rice& Go's. H
MATCHLESS TAILORING H
CEDAR TAILORING CO. I
Local Representative of H
The Original Umbrella Tree fl
It talcoB centuries to grow tho grand red cedar trees from which H
I RED CEDAR SHINGLES- H
aro made. And nature follows an Infalliblo formula In bestow H
lag this long llfo unto tho shingles. No paper or rags hero to H
Every "RITE-GRADE INSPECTED" Shlnglo must bo up- M
to-theprade-unclor-whlcli-Bold beforo tho trado mark caa bo np- H
plied to them. 1
When building think of us. J
GeddF Iiamber & Gomm. Go I
NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM
AT THORLEY THEATRE
! Monday "Parlor, Bedroom and
Bath." A comedy drama with an all
star cast. Come out and have a good
laugh and go to bed happy. Special
1 Tuesday "The Cup of Fury,"
from the book of the same namo by
Rupert Hughes. Two reel western
Wednesday Six reel western fea
ture and comedy.
Thursday "Way of Woman," fea
turing Norma Talmadgc. Last epi
sode Dare Devil Jack, and first epi
sode "Hidden Dangers," featuring
Jean Pago and Joe Ryan.
Friday "Poppy Girls Husband,"
featuring William S. Hart. Ono reel
comedy. Special music.
Saturday "Five reel feature and
two reel comedy. Watch for adv.
7I0N CANYON AWE-INSPIRING
Writing for the Improvement Era
on "Beauty Spots of Southern Utah,"
George Stewart, M. S. of tho Utah
Experiment Station, has tho follow
ing to say of Zion Canyon:
I "Zion Canyon is awe-inspiring,
partly on account of tho grouping
! i around a central point, So compact
I is the grouping and concentrated tho
I contributing points of interest that a
person is baffled In an effort to "take
' it all in." When all is over, a sense
! of futility possesses him, and ho wish
J es to spend a month exploring tho
nooks and comers. Such feellnga are
I fruitful of lasting impressions.
NOXIOUS WEEDS I
MUST BE CUT ' I
Crop Pest Inspector, Carl Topham M
has set August 10, 1920 as tho last jH
date for destroying Canadian Thistle, fl
I'oiaon Milkweed, White Top, Cockle- jH
bur and Burdock. Instructions have M
been issued to the public nnd canal H
companies to comply with the State M
Weed law in the eradication of theso H
weeds, Local weed inspectors havu M
been given special instructions to in- H
npect all land within their district to H
learn whether or not tho order has -M
been complied with and in case tlioy H
find these weeds have not been de- jH
stroyed by set date, they aro instruct- H
cd to proceed to eradicate them, charg- M
ing costs to land owners. Notice us H
issued as follows: H
Owners, I hereby set Aug. 10, 1920 H
as final date for cutting nnd destroy- H
ing these weeds and request that all H
canal companies farmers or occupants H
of land and property owners de- " '""' H
pcrty within Iron County. H
I also call attention to the provision H
in tho Stato Weed law to tho effect H
that unless these weeds aro cleaned H
up by tho dato set for tho cutting, it
shall be tho duty of tho inspector to mI
have this work done at tho expense of -H
the property owners, snmo to be col- H
lected ns n tax upon said property. H
(Signed) KARL TOPHAM, .
Crop Pest Inspector.
(First July 23 Last July 80, 1920) 1
J. W. Canficld, vice-president and H
Soth M. Jones, Scc.-Treas. of tho En- 39
tcrpriso National Farm Loan Assocla- dWB
tion, were in Cedar City Tuesday on CP