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IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY, UTAH. FK1DAY, AUG. 20, 1920. PAGE SEVEN H
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LIBRARY NOTES AND
OTHER CURRENT TOPICS
It is for tho benefit of each and nil
that tho Ladies' Civic Betterment i
League is taking up tho "Fly" cain-j
Tinign. Let us manifest our respect;
for our homo town by giving our best i
support. The funds appropriated are1
being paid out rapidly, hence further
contributions will be acceptable. A1
S number of private citizens arc willing
io give 10c. per quart for tho en-,
trapped pests in addition to the 25c.
ofTered by the league. Call at tho
Library for names if you wnnt a job.
To any of the clubs in active work
wo shall be especially plensed to as
sist in reference or research of an-
. sortat tho public library, whether I
literary, political or otherwise, wo
shall not consider it anything less
than a pleasant duty. I
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
McAllister, who are leaving in a few
days, the Merry Makers club gave n
dancing party Thursday evening.
Punch and wafers and a jolly good'
time were enjoyed by all. Mr. and ,
Mrs. McAllister will spend tho school
year at Spanish Fork, where Mr. M. '
is engaged as instructor in tho school. '
Friday afternoon the Ladies' Liter-'
ary club passed a pleasant and in
structive hour in listening to Mrs.
Mario Webster discuss tho French
writer, Maupassant and his short
The Ladies' Republican club is hav
ing some splendid programs every
Friday evening at eight o'clock. All
women voters could gain much valu
able information, which is well suited
to all political creeds, by attending.
Come and join us we are very dem
ocratic. Tho allegory, "Everywoman" by
Walter Brown, presented at tho Thor
lcy Theatre two evenings this week,
is about as splendid a stage play as
wo have known to bo given here. Could
wo hnvo more entertainments of that
nature, a lovo of high class drama
would bo cultivated, demanded, and
patrons would bo found willing to pay
for it. Librarian.
Mr. William P. Murdock of Paro
wan was operated on Inst Saturday
night at tho local hospital, the troublo
being an aoute attack of appendicitis.
He is getting along nicely, as are all
tho cases recently operated on.
INDIANA SETS PACE IN ESTABLISHMENT OF STATE PARKS x
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Indiana, tho Hoosior otnto, has adopted a policy lookjhg toward establishment ot atato parks,
tilch If followod out by all our commonwealths would make our national parking aystom tho groat
t In tho world. It Is an oxamplo which all states could woll afford to follow. Tho two stnto parks which
Indlana.now has aro controlled by tho Indiana Dopartmont of Conservation, nichard Llobor, director. Tho
nowost 1b Turkey Run Park comprlBlnjj 280 acres and locatod about 63 miles from! Indianapolis,
easily accesBlblo by rail or motor. Moro than 33,600 poracms onjoyod Its natural and restful pleasure
last yoar. Tho photos show tho now modern hotel oroctod thoro last yoar and the bathing pool In Tur
key Run Crook.
COACH OF OLYMPIC
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H. Morlo Webb, bottor known
as "Splko" Webb, attractod no
much attention by his work with
tho A. B. F that ho has boon
chosen out of about 200 applicants
aa coach of tho Amorlcan boxing
team to tho Olympic games. Ho
was also callod to Annatfolls, Md..
to train sailors.
HE KNOWS UTAH'S NERDS FOR
He was born and brought up in Utah;
I J He has hI)od develop Utah;
He has built railroads, roads, irrigation systems and
other great projects;
He has assisted in upbuilding Utah's financial prosper
its' He has helped to develop Utah's coal mines;
He has operated some of the West's greatest agricul
tural and stock raising projects;
He has been instrumental in the growth of Utah's
manufacturing enterprises ;
He has solved the labor problem as concerns enterprises
with svhich he is connected there never have
been strikes of Wattis employees.
His friends urge the Republican party to nominate him
for governor, the voters of the state, regardless
of party, to elect him for
HE WILL PUT UTAH'S. WELFARE FIRST
ju- i Political Advertisement.
Price 2c. per Word for First Insertion
and lc. per Word for Each
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE.
For a good homo on Second East
St., Cedar City, sec L. McConnell.
RAMS FOR SALE
Twenty hend of Registered Cots
wold Rnms. Cost $105 per head. Will
tnke 50. Also fivo head of pure-bred
Cotswold rams. Will take $25 per
head. FRANK TIIORLEY.
IF YOU WANT A SNAP
in a home, I hnvo sure got them. Two
fine homos on 2nd East St., ono on
1st West nnd one on 1st North st.
Can give you anything from n palace
to n good foundation. Now if you aro
hunting n HOME, see,
FOR SALE House and lot located in
tho northwest part of Cednr City.
House has three rooms well finished
with hard wall plaster inside. Small
corrnl nnd shndo trees plnntod. Prico
rcasonnble. For further informntion
write of phono, JOSEPH M. JONES,
Enoch, Utnh. adv tf.
WANTED A competent cook. Good
wnges for right applicant. Apply
Cedar's Hotel, Cedar City, Ut. Adv tf
FOR SALE CHEAP A seven room
residence on tho lane just ono block
cast of tho center of Mnin Street for
only $3,000.00 if taken at once.
Cednr City Corporation by,
J. II. ARTHUR, Recorder.
FOR TRADE. I have moved onto my
dry farm, and have a lnrge surplus
of feed so that I can handlo sheep or
cattle to advantage. Will trade my
irrigated farm at Deltn for live stock'
sheep or cnttle only. rlhis fnrm is
in the fnmous Deltn district, only two
miles from rnilrond and beet dump;
hns nil been in beet and alfnlfn; is
now being reseeded all to nlfnlfn
W. G. Emett, Mills, Utnh. Adv. -lw.
to Aug. 20, 1920.
FOR SALE CHEAP Cottnge, one
lnrge room, closet nnd screened kitch
en. Apply to Henry E. Smith. 1 wk pd.
FOR SALE One rnnge in fine condi
tion. F. L. Diedermnn. ndv tf.
FOR SALE Dry lnnd rye seed nt 5
cts. per pound. Six miles west of
Iron Springs nnd 3 miles south of An
telope rond. F. R. Noyes, P. O. ad
dress, Cedar City, Utah. 1 wk.
Mil Willi II Mill II I I llll IHII 111 Mill I
They are all
MILADY'S SPORT HAT
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ThtP dainty little spurt MI
liiii (8 very inufli In vogue nt pit-,
em Hfid win Ik. id It. full Th (lc
UM'ij hIIU In hnrinonv with Uu
color "iimmI mi llio uiiritir hrlni nnd
llie nrlj!' DlliHil with iliorkiimo inn
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of'i.hc Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utnh,
August 17, 1920.
Notice is hereby given thnt Hyrum
W. Stevens, of Mt. Cnrmel, Utnh, who
on August 20, 1917, mnde homestead
entry No. 021G59, for SEVi Sec. 25, Tp.
10 S., R. 8 W., Salt Lnke Mer., hns
I filed notice, of intention to ninko thrce
I year proof, to establish claim to tho
land above described, before Clerk of
the District Court, at Kannb, Utah,
on the 29th day of September, 1920.
Claimnnt nnmes as witnesses:
Hyrum T. Reese, John H. Reese,
Joseph II. Walker, and Levi Wnlker,
all of Mt. Carmcl, Utah.
GOULD B. I3LAKELY, Register.
(First Aug. 20 Last Sept. 17, 1920.)
rOURTH FLOOR TCMrLBTON DLDO.
DRS. STOOKEY 8e LEONARD
EYE, EAR. NOSE. THROAT
Hours D a. m. to O r. m.
Phonk Was. oboo
8ALT LAKE CITY . UTAH
fRANDALL L. JONES
Office in Cedar Sheep Association
Office hours 9-12, A. VL
CEDAR CITY - UTAH
0. ANDERSON, D. D. S.
Cedar City, Utah. ,
U. J. MACCARLANK J. W, KIIOaTROM
PHONK Mora THONK 1S7J
Macfarlanc and Bergstrom
PHYHICIANB AND Surqeonb
OPTICE IN SHEEP STORE BLOCK
orrio Hours to-ia and
ornca pmouk mops
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
Stnto Engineer's Offico, Salt Lake
City, Utah, July 15, 1D20.
Notico is hereby given that A. Lrf
mnr Graff of Kannrrn, Utah, has made
application in accordnnco with tho re
quirements of tho Compiled Laws of
Utah, 1917, as amended by tho Ses
sion Laws of Utah, 1919, to approp
riate nine hundred sixty (9G0) ncre
fect of water from Knnnrra Creek, in
Iron County. Said water is to bo
stored from January 1 to Dcccmbor
31, inclusivo of each year in n reser
voir constructed in the natural chan
nel of tho stream, approximately in
tho NWVi of unsurvoyed Sec. U5 Tp.
37 S., R. 12 W. Salt Lako Bnso and
Meridian. Tho center of tho impound
ing dam will bo located at a point S.
G4 dcg. -12 min. E. 2490 ft. from tho
N. W. comer of said Section 35, where
tho water will bo released into tho
natural chnnnel of tho strcnm and al
lowed to flow to n point S. 55 dcg.
42 min. E. 2438 ft. from said N. W.
corner of Sec. 35, thenco in n canal for
a distanco of 8000 ft. and thoro used
from April 15 to October 1 'of each
year, as a supplementary supply to
irrigate 320 acres of land embraced in
tho W&EVS nnd EKW Sec 23, in
said Township 37 south, Rnngo 12 W.
This application is designated in tho
Stnto Engineer's offico ns No. 8491.
All protests against tho granting of
said application, stating the rensons
therefor, must bo mndo by affidavit in
duplicate, accompanied with a fco of
$2.50, nnd filed in this offico within
thirty (30) days after tho completion
of the publication of this notice.
G. F. McGONAGLE, Stnto Engineer.
Dnto of first publication July 23.
1920. Dnto of completion of publica
tion August 20, 1920.
STATE LAND NOTICE
United States Lnnd Offico, Suit Lnko
City, Utnh, July 20, 1920. To Whom
It May Concern: NOTICE is hereby
given thnt tho State of Utah has filed
in this offico lists of lands, selected
by tho snid State, under section C of
tho Act of Congress, npproved July
1G, 1894, as Indemnity School binds,
viz: Serial No. 02G7GG. NWNWVi,
SWtfNW'i, NWViSWU, SW4&SWK,
Section 33, TownBhip 39 South, Range
8 West, Lot 4, Section 4; Lots 1, 2 nnd
3, Section 5; SWUNWK, NEtfSWVi,
NWKSWM, SEViSWU, SWttSW1,
Section 3; NW'iNWVi, Section 10,
Township 40 South, Range 8 West,
Snlt Lake Meridian.
Copies of snid lists, so fnr ns they
relnte to snid tracts by descriptive
subdivisions, hnvo been conspicuously
posted in this office for inspection by
any person interested and by the pub
lic generally. During tho period of
publication of this notice, or nny time
thereafter and before finnl approval
I nnd certification, under departmental
I regulations of April 25, 19t)7, protests
or contests against tho claim of tho
' State to any of tho tracts or subdivis
ions horoinbeforo described, on tho
ground thnt tho same is more valuablo
for mineral thnn for agricultural pur
poses, will bo received and noted for
I report to the General Land Offico nt
Wnshinglon, D. C. Fniluro so to pro
test or contest, within tho timo spec
I ificd, will bo considered sufficient ev
j idenco of tho non-mineral character of
tho tracts, and tho selection thereof,
being otherwise free from objection,
will bo approved to tho State.
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register.
(First July 30 Last Aug. 27, 1920.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Dcpnrtmcnt of tho Interior, U. S.
Lnnd Offico nt Snlt Lnko City, Utnh,
July 31, 1920.
Notice is hereby given thnt Adnm
W. Gloeckner of Pnsadenn, California,
who on March G, 191G, mndo Home
stead entry No. 01G928 for Lots 1, 2,
ENWU, SVSNEtt, NW'ANEVi Sec.
7, Tp. 33 South, Rnngo 14 West, Snlt
Lako Mcridinn, has filed notico of in
tention to make three-year proof to
establish clnim to tho lnnd nbovo de
scribed before Stephen D. Long, U. S.
Commissioner, Los Angeles, Cnlif, my
witnesses to appear on same date be
fore Clerk of tho District Court nt
Parowan, Utnh, on tho 13th day of
Claimant nnmes ns witnesses:
J. Dnvid Leigh, Mrs. J. Dnvid Leigh,
Homer A. Green nnd II. J. Doolittle,
all of Lund, Utah.
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Registor.
(First Aug. G Last Sept. 3, 1920.)
NOTICE FOIt PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Lnnd Offico nt Salt Lnke City Utah,
July 17, 1920.
Notico is hereby given that Law
renco L. Davis of Pnrownn, Utnh, who
on Feb. 10, 1915 mnde Homestead En
tiy No. 013805 for Lots G, 7, ESW
Sec G, Tp. 33 South, It. 10 West; SE4
Sec. 1, Tp. 33 South. R. 17 West, Snlt
Lnko Meridian, hns filed notico of
intention to mnko three-year proof to
establish clnim to tho lnnd nbove des
cribed beforo tho Clork of tho District
Court nt Pnrownn, Utah on tho 30th
day of August, 1920.
Clnimnnt names as witnesses:
Chnrloy Carter, Frank Ames, Fred
erick Forncrook and Joseph Hollander
all of Boryl, Utah.
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register.
(First July 23 Last Aug. 20, 1920.)
STATE LAND NOTICE M
United Stntcs Land Offico, Salt Lako M
City, Utah, July 15, 1920. To Whom M
It May Concern: NOTICE is hereby M
given that tho Stnto of Utnh has filed H
in this offico lists of lands, selected H
by tho said State, under section 0 of H
tho Act of Congress, approved July H
1G, 1894, as Indemnity School Innds, M
viz: Serial No. 02G709. NEViNE'A, B
Section 31, Township 43 South, Rnngo M
G West, Salt Lako Meridian. M
Copies of said lists, so far ns they H
relate to said tracts by descrlptivo H
subdivisions, hnvo been conspicuously H
posted in this office for inspection by H
any person interested nnd by the pub- H
lie generally. During tho period of H
publication of this notice, or nny timo H
thcronftcr nnd beforo finnl npproval H
nnd certification, under departmental H
regulations of April 25, 1907, protests H
or contests against tho clnim of tho H
Stnto to nny of the tracts or subdivisr- H
ions hereinbefore described, on tho jH
ground that tho snmo is moro valuable H
for mineral than for agricultural pur- H
poses, will bo received and noted for M
report to tho General Lnnd Office at H
Washington, D. C. Fniluro so to pro- H
test or contest, within tho timo spec- H
ificd, will be considered sufficient ov- H
idenco of tho non-mineral character of H
tho tracts, nnd tho selection thereof, H
being otherwise frco from objection, H
will bo npproved to tho Stnto. H
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register.
(First July 30 Last Aug. 27, 1020.) M
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION H
Department of tho Interior, U. S. H
Lnnd Office nt Snlt Lnke City, Utnh,
August 13, 1920.
Notice is hereby given thnt Zcpa- J
hinh Drnko of Modenn, Utah,who on B
August 24, 1915, mndo Homostcnd En- H
try No. 01573G for SV&NEU, SW-
NWVi.NWSWyi.Scc. 21; N&SE& ,
Sec 20, Tp, 32 South, Rnngo 19 West, -1
Snlt Lnke Mcridinn, hns filed notico of !
intention to mnko three-year proof to . flj
cstnblish clnim to tho lnnd nbovo do- M
scribed, beforo Unitfcd Stntcs Commis- HJ
sioncr nt Milford Utnh, on tho 30tk
dny of September, 1920. H
Clnimnnt nnmes ns witnesses: ' H
Gcorgo II. Tryon, Georgo II. Bucl, 11
Adolph Mochno and Sam Ilincr, all of V
Modenn, Utnh. M
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register.
(First Aug 20 Lnst Sept. 17, 1920.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-' -
Department of tho Interior, U. S. M
Lnnd Office nt Snlt Lnko City, Utah,
August 13, 1920. '
Notico is hereby given thnt Gcorgo M
F. Bucl, of Modenn, Utah, who on H
August 24, 1915, mndo Homestead En- M
try No. 015731 for W, Sec. 25, Tp,
32 South, Rnngo 19 West, Snlt Lnko
Mcridinn, hns filed notico of intention M
to mnko threcyenr proof to cstnblish jH
clnim to the lnnd nbove described bo- .H
fore United Stntcs Commissioner, at H
Milford, Utah on tho 30th dny of Sent. H
Clnimnnt nnmes ns witnesses: M
Henry Flinspnch, Adolph Mochao M
Georgo II. Tryon and Snm Ilincr, all M
of Modenn, Utnh. M
GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register...
(First Aug 20 Lnst Sept. 17, 1920.)
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