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H , pAGE EIGHT IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1920.
I I lust Received 1
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I I A car load of Charter
I 1 Oak and Majestic I
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I Ranges for oouth-
1 We bought our Ranges last Novem- I ,
I I ber, because the factorys assured I
H I us that the prices would raise
H I the first of the year. The prices
H B raised about 25 per cent with all H
H I factories. I
H I We are going to give our cus- I
H I tomers the benefit of this
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H 1 Everybody knows the quality of the I
H; I Charter Oak and Majestic
I We have six hole ranges
I Priced from $57 to $160 1
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I I Leigh Furniture &
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QUARTER OF A CENTURY
IN SAME COUNTY OFFICE
Veteran Treasurer of Washington
County Takes Short Vacation
Among Boyhood Scenes.
Last Wednesday noon Ncphi M.
Savage, the veternn custodinn of city
nnd county funds In the Dixie metrop
olis, dropped in upon us for a, short
visit. Mr. Savage has been county
treasurer of Washington county for
probably twenty-five years, Without a
break. Ho has been so faithful, so
thorough and so reliable that the of
fice is usually conceded to him by bothi
the political parties, there seldom be
i ing and opposition at the polls.
I Many people in Cedar City will re
, call when Nuphi M. Savage and Albert
Iluish came south from 'Payson, the
former going on to St. George to take
the principalship of the St. George
Academy and the latter remained in
Cedar City one year ns principal of
the Cedar City high school. This was
more than 30 years rigo. Mr. Savage
has ever since been a resident of St.
George, and has raised a large and
respected family, having married a
St. George girl. Most of his children
arc now grown up and married. One
of his sons has been principal of the
Carbon County High School, where he
was a power of strength last winter.
Mr. Savage has made very few trips
out of Washington county Bince first
moving there, and this is one of the
big events of his life. He was on his
way to his old boyhood home at Pay
son, over on the Sevier and other Utah
points. He was a contemporary stu
dent with M. II. Dallcy of this place!
at the Provo Academy, and visited
with Mr. Dalley while in town.
Many Patients Lose Appendixes
A near epidemic of appendicitis is
on in Cedar. Last week Wilford Berg
strom was operated on and this week
Dr. Macfarlanc has removed three
troublesome appendixes, those of Ray
Robinson of Paragonah, Miss Evelyn
Prothcro of the same place, and Mr.
Fuller of Leeds who has been employ
ed hero by U. T. Jones.
Other operations at the hospital
this week are, one on Mrs. F. M. Ful
ler of Kanab for abdominal trouble,
and on Mrs. Andrew Olsen of Glcndalc
for the same sort of trouble.
Dr. G. W. Middleton is due to ar
rive in Cedar tomorrow to do some op
erating for goitre. After doing what
work of this sort there is in Cedar,
he will go into Dixie to do somo of
the same sort of work .
20 Horse-power at the pulley 12 at the drawbar
flsk the man mho oaws one
NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR YOUR FALL PLOWING. DO YOU
REALIZE THAT WITH THE CLETRAC YOU WILL INCREASE YOUR EFFICI
ENCY 500 PER CENT OVER THE OLD WAY
I AM ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU THE CLETRAC, AND PROVE TO YOU
HOW IT WILL PAY FOR ITSELF IN ONE SEASON
Millard, Reaver, Iron and Washington Counties ,f" h
There has never been a county fair
in Southern Utah of the magnitude
and excellence of the coming event
scheduled for Iron County next
month. It will take ten thousand dol
lars to finance it. Four thousand dol-
i lars are to be offered in prizes. New
equipment and improvements on the
, fair grounds will take three thousand
dollars. The committees are figuring
every way to keep these expenses
down as much as possible, but promise
to spare nothing necessary to mako
the fair a success.
Mrs. Tessa Findjay of Kanab Is in
! Cedar visiting her brother, H. E.
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