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- ,noN COUNTY RRCnun. CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, AUG. 20, 1920. VACVV1VV - B
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' John' Fuller has gone east on busi-
Mrs. Dnwson Haycock left last Fri
day for St. George where Bhe will be
for two or three weeks.
, Deputy forest supervisor Gurr of
' Parowan spent a few days In the local
forest office this week.
' Ladles, remember the' Iron County
A t "Fair and do your pn,rt. Without your
Wl support we cannot hope to have a sue-
" l cessful fair.
Mothers, have your boys make some
labor saving device for the home, the
"-' woshbench, flytrap etc, and enter it
In the County Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lunt were fav
1 - orcd this week by the acquisition of
' n baby boy, tho- event occurring last
, t ' Tuesday.
Ladies, remember the Iron County
Fnir and do your part. Without your
support we cannot hope to have a suc
S. S. Stewart of the department of
forest management of the district for-
est office in Ogden is in Cedar inspect-
' ing timber sale matters in the local
Reed Jones ha3 just returned from
a vacation spent with his cousin at
'Knnnb where he has been acquiring
experience in the arts and sciences
peculiar to cow-puncher land.
Mothers, have your boys make some
labor saving device for the home, the
washbench, flytrap etc, and enter it
in the County Fair.
Mrs. Wallace Bracken and family
are in Kanab spending the summer
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benj.
Hnmblin while workmen remodel and
enlarge the Bracken home in this city.
"The residence will blossom forth as a
modern bungalow within a few weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Petty, with Dr.
"Potty's mother, Mrs. Frank Petty of
-' , Hurricane and his brother, Dr. Edgar
Pettty motored to Fish Lake and have
" been enjoying the fishing there, which
they sny is now fine. Dr. Petty says
.- "Fish Lake is a very beautiful resort
and a good place to take a vacation.
f Richfield and Monroe were nlso visited
' - -on the trip.
lk STATE UNIVERSITY
$ WANTS UTAH RELICS
. -it "Utah material in a Utah museum,"
s' Is the desire of the Archealogical De-
! -pnrtmpnt of the University of Utah.
' .j? . According to one of the department,
s it is a reflection on the citizens of this
state that a larger, finer collection of
, ' Utah material is to bo found in musc-
, "ams in such cities as Chicago, Mil-
' waukee, Boston, even Berlin, than any
' I Utah musoiim can boast of.
TJjc largest collection within the
. i r state 5s at the state university ami
this hns been added to IjtJ ly by gifts
from prominent citizens of the state..
, Y At this museum the specimens are
i",, classified, marked with the name of
the donor and the section of the state
represented and put in glass cases in
a fireproof museum. No admission is
1 charged nnd the material displayed in
the museum is viewed by many more
and kept in a safer place than most.
private collections are.
Because it can care for the speci
mens the university, as a state insti
tution, asks that it be given first op
portunity to acquire collections that
are to be disposed of. Gifts and in
formation concerning means of en
larging the collection arc gratefully
received by the department. It is
their aim to build up the largest pos
' sible collection of Utah materia and
- to keep it in n Utah museum.
Mind !s a magnet, that which It
eontlnunl:y ihinkH it will dr.-w to itaolt
Koep the mind on BTomjth, power
and love au 1 von w.'l .ir,i strength,
nowflr nnd lino 1 1 i i i Mulford
. PROBING SUGAR
Hon. James W. Hustcd
This Now York Republican rep
resentative In Congress Is chair
man of tho sugar Investigating
subcommittee of tho House Judi
ciary Committee Mr Hustod and
his subcommittee have boon Inves
tigating tho sugar question tor
sovoral weoks past, having many
witnessos before tho commlttoo,
including Atty. Gon. Palmor, Dlst
Atty Moonoy of New Orleans and
Horbort Hoover, forraor food com
.misslouor, Uopreseutatlvo Husted
Is now serving his third term. Ho
was formerly a member of tho
'NoWYork Assombly, following tn
tho footsteps of bis fatbox.
LEGAL NOTICE OF SPECIAL ,
TAX LEVY & BOND ELECTION
To Be Held in Each School Repre
sentative Precinct of the Iron
County School District, of Iron,
County, Utah, on Monday, Aug-.
Stale of Utah, County of Ironi Iron
County School District. ,
Pursuant to the authority and di
rection of thnt certain resolution nnd
order duly passed and adopted by the
Board of Education of Iron County
School District of Iron County, Utnh,i
a county school district of tho first
class, at a special meeting thereof held
at its ofice in Cedar City, in said
school district, on Monday, tho 'Olh
dav of AugUBt, 1920,
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY ,
according to lnw, that n special elec
tion is hereby called to be held in
each school representative nrecinct of(
the Irqn Countv School District of.
Iron County. Utah, on Monday, the,
30th day of August, 1020, between tho,
hours of 7 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock
p. m., at the several polling places,
thcrin horinnfter stated, at which,
there will bo submitted to such duly,
qualified electors of said School Dis-,
trict ns shall have paid a property
tax therein during the twelve calendar
months next preceding such election,
the following questions for their vote
and determination thereat, to wit: ,
FIRST QUESTION: Shall the
Board of Education of Iron County
School District of IrAn County, Ulah.
be authorized to levy a special tax of
one mill upon each dollar of taxable
proncrty in said district for the year
1920, 1921. 1922 and 1923, to build and
furnish school houses?
SECOND QUESTION: Shall the
Board of Education of Tron County
School District of Iron County, Utah,
be authorized to borrow money nnd
create an indebtedness on behalf of
said School District and issue, nego
tiate and sell the negotiable bonds of
said School District in the amount of
Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,00(1.00),
for the purpose of erecting school
buildings, said bonds to bear date
September 1st, 1920, and lo mature
$7,000 March 1, 1921.
$7,.r)00 March 1, 1922.
7,500 March 1, 1923.
8,000 March 1, 1921.
To be in denominations of $1,000 and
$!i00 each, and to bear interest from
their date until paid at the rate of six
per centum (fiff) per annum, payable,
semi-annually; the said bonds, prin-
cipal and interest, to be redeemed nnd
paid out of the special one mill tax
levy above referred to?
The vote shall bo by ballot which,
will contain the questions hereinabove
submitted, and in addition thereto, the
words, "Specinl Tax Yes," "Special i
Tax No," immcdintetly following!
the first question submitted, and.
the mords, "Bonds Yes," "Bonds
No," immediately following the second
question submitted, nnd ench voter
shall mark his ballot by placing a
cross (X) in the circle on the ballot'
opposite and to the right of the group
of words expressing his choice upon1
ench question submitted. I
The polls for the reception of the'
ballots cast upon said question will, I
on said day nnd dnte and at tho sev
eral hereinafter nnmed polling places
in each of the school representative
precincts of snid school district, be
opened at the hour of 7 o'clock a. m
nnd remain open until the hour of 7
o'clock p. m. of the same day, when
thev shnll be closed.
The polling places for, and the
names of the judges who shall thereat
conduct the said election in ench o
the five school representative precincts
of said school district, are as follows,
Representative Precinct No. 1.
Bnscment of meeting house, Pnra-i
gonnh. Judges W. P. Barton, Sr.,
George Tophoni, W. II. Barton. j
Court House, Parowan. Judges:,
John T. Mitchell, Blnnchnrd Whitney,
Amelia Tophnm. ,
Representative Precinct No. 2. I
Relief Hnll, Parowan. Judges: Kate
Taylor, Wm. T. Morris, John Stevens.
School House, Summit. Judges:
John II. Dallcy, Benj. R. Lawrence,
J. P. Dallcy.
Representative Precinct No. 3.
Bnscment of Librnry, Cedar City.
Judges: Thomas Lnwrcncc. Caroline
Schoppmnnn, O. P. Fretwell.
School House, Enoch. Judges: M.
S. Rogerson, D. W. Gibson, Sylvester
Representative Precinct No. 4.
New School Building, Ccdnr City."
Judges: Charles Hcybornc, Lottie"
Perkins, Edwnrd Parry. I
School House, Lund. Judges: IT.
J. Doolittlc, Mrs. J. D. Leigh, Mrs. J.
Representative Precinct No. 5'.
School House, Knnarra. Judges:
John Plott, J. W. Williams, Jennie
School House, Newcastle. Judges:
Jnmes Knell, J. T. Forsyth, Mrs. Chns,
School House, Modcnn. Judges:
William Lund, James Muldoon, II. T.
BY ORDER of tho Board of Edu
cation of Iron County School District
of Iron County, Utah, made this 20th I
dny of August, A. D. 1920. t
R. A. THORLEY, President. I
Attest: JANET ROLLO, ,
Mr. and .Airs. Emery Tait of Enter-!
prise pnsscd through Cedar on their
wny home after n visit to Mrs. Tnit's
folks in Hatch.
Ethel Clayton "Easy on the Eyeb
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XTHEU CUMTWTxn.A tMJDEP. OF UE8"
-A. PARAMOUNT PlCTilEE.
By Violet Mooro lUggina
Whon In "Tho Laddor of Lies,"
B Paramount plcturo, Ethel Clay
ton Is' called upon to enact thorolo
ot a successful young Illustrator,
protty Into tho bargain, tho part
lo ono that falls In with tacts so
(easily that It scarcely Booms act
ing at all. I
For Miss Clayton Is ono of
thoso favorltoa of fortuno to whom
tho fairies gavo all tho gifts. Bho
ftlngs, sho plays tho piano with
tho skill of a professional, sha
mado a namo for horsolf upon tho
Btago botoro dovotlng horsolf to
tho prosont ocroon drama, and la
in addition an artist of rcaj abil
ity. Thoro is roal knowledge In tho
way aho wields tho charcoal, nnd
tho clovor 'odvortlslng drawing
whteh, rests upon her caaol la
NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM
AT THORLEY THEATRE
Monday Wallace Reid in "The
Roaring Road," a play full of thrills
and excitement. Ono reel comedy.
Tuesday -Will Rogers in "The
Strange Boarder." Two reel Western
Wednesday Five reel feature und
Thursday "Tho Darkest Hour,"i
featuring Harry T. Morey. Episode
No. 4 of "Hidden Dangers."
Friday "The Firing Line," a Para
mount Artcrnft special attraction.
Saturday Ethel Clayton in "the
Sporting Chance." Fatty Arbuckle in
Dr. Mncfarlano was called to Kan
arra yesterday and found that John
Piatt's boy of that place had taken
down with typhoid fever. Another
case was found at Enterprise, that of
Miss Jennie Nelson.
Wednesday afternoon funeral ser
vices wore held at Enoch for Hugh, I
tho scven-month-old son of Mr. ami
Mrs. Owen Mntheson, residents of,
Midvalley. The infant had been very
delicate health all his short life.
Leakage of the heart was the immed
iate cause of his death. Interment ,
was mado in tho Cedar City cemetery. I
roally hor own work. A number
of times Bho has wantod to drop
ovorythlng else nnd mako art hor
career, but has boon persuaded to
stay In tho photoplay word, whoro
sho has mado such a signal suc
cess. "But onco In nwhllo," nays
Miss Clayton, "I havo an oppor
tunity V.bo an artist in a Mm,
and do some roal sketching, and
It fairly makes mo homesick to go
back to It fox koops."
HARRY T MORy
Something HKe li'n years ago, before
he became a Vltagrapli Mar, Harry T.
Morey was described as a "robust" ac
tor. Ills due phjHlque has stood him
In good stead In the silent drama. He
has been able to 'lay un som of rulcu.
nnd lool: l''e par
STAR IN PARAMOUNT PICTURES
This is to warn choir members that
if they miss tho choir practice next
Wodnesdny cvoning they will always
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