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Hi ' PAGE EIGHT. moN COUNTY RECORD, FRIDAY, August 6, 1920.
I i Cletrac
? TANK- TYJPE TRACTOR
H ;, 20 Horse-power at the pulley 12 rt Ac drawbar
I ; flsk the man mho ocans one
I - NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR YOUR FALL PLOWING. DO YOU
B I REALIZE THAT WITH THE CLETRAC YOU WILL INCREASE YOUR EFFICI-
I " ENCY 500 PER CENT OVER THE OLD WAY
I , . I AM ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU THE CLETRAC, AND PROVE TO YOU
HOW IT WILL PAY FOR ITSELF IN ONE SEASON . ' T .
I Don Coppin
B Millard, Beaver, Iron and Washington Counties
I Tuesday, August 1 0 j
Is the day to get some more
I ' REAL BARGAINS
I 1 ONE HALF OFF I
, 1 S (v- - On All White Canvas Shoes and
H 1 I ,& Slippers. i
H 1 ! iL y ' e arc tfy'n8 to c'ear up evcry- i
fl t I lfcs,i " thing m canvns footwear for this 1
H ' "1- ?$ season and for this reason are giv-
H M v"! m" ;ng yOU footwear far below our
H Ik i cost prices. 1
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H ' P i Oh Leather Pumps and Slippers 1 I
H R I For Ladies and Children. re PPIPfrfflfft.
H H I Some Voiles will be marked as a v w
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H H I Flaxons will be on sale at 35 cts m iHl I
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I I Cedar City Co-op.
II toeal Nesgg MI
Mr. nnl Mrs. Jack Worthcn arc the
parents of a brand new baby girl. j
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pratt are
home after a two months vacation.
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Coach Chriatcnscn of the B. A. C.I
was in town for a fevr days this week. '
The Misses Gladys' McConnol ar.d
Agnes Brown arc in Salt Lake on a
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Eddards, who
have been at Goldstrike during the
past season, arc visiting in Cedar
Jesse Lummon and son Ferry of
Hurricane were in Cedar last Tuesday
on their way to Pangiiitch.
Miss Mary Jane Jones, who has
been at Paragonah for the past few
months, is now emplbyed in the Cedar
The second cuttink of hay is now
being harvested, and the farmers are
all very busy. Fall grain will soon bo
ready to cut, also.
Ralph Cloningcr, popular leading
man in Salt Lake stock, passed thru
Cedar Wednesday on his way from
Los Angeles, Cal. to 'Salt Lake.
Lafayette Hanchett of ' Salt Lake
City, who has recently completed the
installation of a pumping plant on his
farm near here, was in town Thursday
looking after his property.
-Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Haze' havo
sold their homo in Cedar City and
have moved to tho Salt River Valley
where Mr. Kazo has some brothers
engaged in farming on a large scale.
James Twecdie left Cedar City Sun
day for Alberta, Canada where ho will
look over 'tho opportunities for set
tlers with a view to getting a farm
somewhere in that country.
County and city attorney, E. H. Ry
an left yesterday for the northern
part of tho state, where ho had urgent
work in connection with tho prepara
i tion of an important case for trial.
Mr. George Berry of Salt Lako
came up from Kanarra this morning.
Ho is spending a couplo of months at
this, his former homo, but will return
to Salt Lako City in time to start the
children to school when it opens. Mr.
Berry still has sheep and other inter
ests in this county.
An improvement in the common
I method of handling gasoline is the
now (iOO-gallon tank truck now scrv-
ing the gas dealers between Lund and
Saint George. It saves time and
muscle used on the old-style Cl-gal.
barrels and prevents no end of gaso-
line waste. J II. Petty of Hurricane
I is operating the truck.
John D. Hopkins, shcopgrowcr of
I Glcndale was in Cedar three days this
week looking over the city with a
view to finding a winter home for his
family. Ho was very much plcaBcd
with the marks of progress in and
about the city,1 and with tho prospects
for future development.
"Air. and' Mrs. Albert Biedcrman re
i turned from 'Fish Lake, Sevier county
last week, whoro they went on a Ash
ing vacation. They were also accom
panied by Mr. Biedcrman's parents
and two sisters, who are visiting hero
for a few weeks. They report that
there is too much watgr in tho lako for
good fishing and Mr. Fred Biedcrman,
who had intended going thcro immed
iately on the return of his brother
has jleforred his trip until later in tho
Last Wednesday afternoon witness
ed tho union in wedlock of Mr Grand
Pace, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pace
of this city, and Miss Olive Reese,
daughter of Hyrum Recso of Mt. Car
mcl. Miss Reese has been here fori
the past year or two attending school
and is a charming and intelligent
young lady who has made many
friends here. The young couple arc
both well known here and have a host
of friends who will wish them h'appU
Principal Roy F. Homer returned
from tho northern part of the state
the first of this week, after having,
ben delayed some considerable timo on
acount of tho serious illness and death
of Mrs. Homer's father, who succum
bed to heart failure and was interred
at Salt Lake City on tho 29th,- tilt.
Mr Thomas was one of Utah's prom
inent and highly respected citizens,
and his death, while still a campara
tively young and useful man, is deep
ly regretted by all who know h'm.
The following program will be giv
en by the Ladies Republican Club
Aug. 7, 1920.
Plank under consideration Woman
Singing ''America Always First."
Five minute talk on Parliamentary
Rules Mrs, Sadie Buckwalter.
Reading Suffrage Planks of Dif
ferent Platforms, Sec'y Janet Rollo.
Benoficinl Legislation for Women
Republican vs. Democratic.
Legislatures Ratifying and reject-
BOOTLEGGERS BUSY AT
PARK CITY, UTAH
Judging by tho following random
references which appeared, in the la3t
issue of the Park City Record, under
the caption "Stroller Notices," they
arc not free from tho nefarious traffic
of tho insiduous "bootlegger" in that
neck-o'-the-woods. It is, however,
good to note that almost universally
of law and order, and this in timo is,
certain to have a profound effect up
on moral conditions,, and particularly-.
trio enforcement of tho prohibitioQJnKf
That at soda fountainsin Salt'Iiake
placards' read J "Plain Drinks"onljr
That similar signs should mako
their appearance at our" l6cal' foun
tains. That water costs no imoro -hero than
in the metropolis and tho rents ar-
not near as high.
That ALL who "boozo up1' should
pay the penalty.
That those who peddle the "kick
water" should bo apprehended' and1
given the limit.
That homc-mad6 "brew" caused'
more than one 'stow"' at a well
known Park City hostelry last Sun
That a manager, a superintendent,
and an , equestrian were soaked good
That as it is you must guess who-
That if thev had got what was com- i
ing to them their names would' have- ,
been on tho police blotter.
That no one need tako-offense un- y
less tho shoe fits. '
That they can then take- another
drink and forgot it.
That many an automobile is pur
chased from tho revenue of "boot- j
That Park City has its "lucky" ones,
in this respect.
That from those who know the in- .
formation is given thnt thero is moro
bootlegging being done in Park City
than at any timo Binco tho state went
That it can also bo truthfuly said
there aro fewer arrests and less ef
forts on the part of the officers to
apprehend the unlawful liquor traffic- I
ors thnn ever before.
That some officials forget that it is
their duty to enforce tho law.
Thursday, d SPECIAL - Friday, 13
Buy Straw OFF voile
J M TO Our complete line of Voiles, Lawns f S &f &
9 Iln I U and Crepes are goinff for one-third
E off marked prices. n- j
B . , Dig and new assortment
I there is over a month .
I i r i i r Big .assortment of materials and in the latest styles.
I left in which to wear Straw
3 colors. We are dosing this line out,
I Hats; and then if you buy ., t , ..- ,
I . , ... therefore you can get a beautiful Discounted 25 for
now, nextx spring you will , ... o Ior
I , dress piece at a very small pnee. h:s c-i.
1 be prepared for hot wea-
1 ther. Buy to Save, Now. . V
250discount. Big a, CotlgOleUm " Children's and MissesHT '
1 sortment in Men's, Girls K "Porc Ready-to-Wear garments
I and Boys' Straw Hats. 1 fVUgS at 25 off marked prices.
a ' Regular at $20. Sale price, $16.
Cedar Merc. & L. S. Co. j
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