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Hf PAGE EIGHT 'IRON COUNTY HECORD. CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, AUG. 20, 1920.
I MRS. G. W. M1DDLET0N
Goitre, Wliich Affected Heart, Rc-
m moved at Mayo Clinic,
HK Rochester, Minn.
H.'i, Tho following excerpts from a bua-
H Incss letter written by Dr. Geo. W.
M Mlddlcton to the publisher of The
B Record, bore dntc of August eighth:
H "Wo appreciate the home news of
H the "Record" very much each week.
H It has been quite a credit to you. Wo
H$ regard It as one of tho very best coun-j
H try papers In Utah. I
H "Airs. Mlddlcton was operated on
H' , for goitre at tho Mayo Clinic, Roches-
H . tcr, Minnesota, ten days ago today.
H Her case was very obscure, and it was
fl'i difficult to decido definitely what was
H . the reason of her rapid heart action.
R After two weeks of study at tho Mayo
H; Clinic, they decided that it was duo to
H a small goitre, which she has had for
H Home years, and operated on her, and
Ha wo just arrived homo last evening.
K.' She Is in good condition,
i I" trust this may find you well, and
B that your family, also nro in good
H' health. With kindest personal rc-
B' gards, I am,
H' Very Sincerely your friend,
H GEORGE W. MIDDLETON.
i LOS ANGELES CAR
(; ON PARK TO PARK TRIP
m'i Loaded with souvenirs and decor-
r ated for tho occasion, tho Lob Angeles
! Chamber of Commerce entry in the
Park to Park Auto Tour, will arrive
ihero within the next few days. The
Angel City car will bo driven by F.
V. Owen, who is making a record
breaking trip to Denver in order toi
start August 25th with the caravan)
m4 that will cdver approximately 4500
Mi miles on a visit to all the nation's
B J great public playgrounds In tho west. ,
1 1 The trip will occupy approximotely
H i. sixty days. The tour is under the
jf auspices of tho Notional Park to Park
fcS- Highway Association, the American
j Automobile Association and the Na-j
f tional Pork Service of tho Department,
H of the Interior. Stephen C. Mather,
H. Director of Porks and other govcrn-
H ment officials will accompany tho
H tour. Governors of the nine states'
Et through which tho caravan passes will
H orrange a convoy from border to bor-
m dcr of each state. '
B A preliminary scout trip has been
B') made by A. L. Wcstgard, so that the
H- caravan will have tho advantage of
H. knowing tho test roads connecting tho
notional parks. Tho tour will reach
H, Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone, Glacier,
B. , Mt. Rainer, Crater Lake, Yoscmitc,
Hfc General Grant, Sequoia, Grand Can-
HPf yon, Mesa Verde National Porks and
Bw .- - poBBibly a -few aide trips will bo m,-
WLf eluded. s
K RED CROSS HOSPITALS
m NEED MORE NURSES
r An urgent call for nurses for duty
m in the U. S. Public Health Hospitals
Hj as Just been issued by tho Dcpart-
B ment of Nursing, National Headquar-
R tcrs, American Red Cross.
B- Because of tho great incrcaso in tho
Br number of ex-service men in tho Pub-
HL lie Health Hospitals, the demand for
Bf . nurses has become pressing. Over
B 400 trained women are needed within
B the next three months in hospitals in
V the various ports of the country, and
K' over '1000 will be needed before the
B; peak of tho demand is reached.
B', Unrecognized disability has sent a
Bl great many more soldiers, sailors and
K marines into the U. S. Public Health
W' Hospitals after discharge, than was
V$ originally estimated and the number
Bt of nurses necessary, therefore, has
Ha been greatly augmented.
Bjs "If the number of nurses who are
ET scattered throughout the country un-
f dcrstood that the boys in tho Public
w! Health hospitals need them just as
HM much now as they needed nurses be-
BT' hind the lines on the Western Front
BT wo ycnrs nK 'm 8Ul' that we would
fl"( have very little 'difficulty in re-onlist-
H ing their aid," said Miss Olive Chap-
mh man, Director of the Department of
Hft Nursipg, Mountain Division, Amcri-
mk can Red Cross, recently.
'H All applications for appointments to
' posts in the U. S. Public Health hos-
K pitols should be mode to Miss Chap-
Bk AMERICAN RED CROSS
Wf IN POLAND IS SAFE
Bl WASHINGTON, Aug. G American '
I Red Cross personnel and supplies in
Poland are safe from the hands of the
advancing Bolshevik army, cable ad
vices to National Headquarters today
With tho advance of tho Red forces
H menacing Warsaw where tho bulk of
Hl tho American Red Cross supplies nro
Kl stored, plans hnvo nlready been com-
Hm pleted for tho evacuation of ware-
KJ houses in the Polish capitol. Extcn-j
HK sive warehouses and garage space has(
BjL been obtained at Krakow and supplies
Kt from threatened ndvonco points have
K been removed to that city. All sup-
B plies from threatened advance points
Hf& have boon removed to that city. All,
Bf supplies hnvo been taken from Binl-
V ystok whero large stores had been as
Bl AH Rod Cross workers hnve been
B withdrawn safely from danger points.
BL The monumental task raced by tho
B Red Cross before tho Soviet advance
H& has been increased. Thousand? of
B refugees fleeing into the interior for'
BP safety, are without food and clothing.
"TWO STRONG MEN TOGETHER"
Warron O. Harding. Ropubllcan prcsldontlal nomlnoo, and Maj,
Qon. Leonard Wood, U. 8. Army, who called to plodgo his support to
tho Ropubllcan candidate
Notico Is hereby given that tho
Democratic County Convention will bo
held in Paragonah Fridoy, August
27th, at 2 p. m., for tho purpose of
electing, nine delegates to attend the
State Democratic convention, tho
Congressional Convention of tho 1st
district, and the Judicial convention of
tho Fifth district, to bo held in Salt
Lake City August 30th, at 10 a. m.
Tho purposo of these conventions is to
nominate a governor, secretary of
state, justice of supremo court, at
torney general, superintendent of pub
lic instruction, four presidential elec
tors, and U. S. senator; a congress
man; a judge and district attornoy for
tho Fifth district.
Representation to this convention
will be apportioned according to tho
votes cast for Judgo D. II. Morris, at
the last election and is as follows:
Buckhorn 1, Paragonfih 2, Parownn
fi, Summit 1, Enoch 1, Cedar City 9,
Kanarra 1, Newcastle 1, Modcna 2,
Statolino 1, and Lund 1.
M. J. MACFARLANE,
PROGRAM FOR LADIES'
To bo held at tho Library Aud
ium, August 24, at 8 o'clock, p. m.
Musical number under direction of
Mrs. Ada W. Webster.
Five minutes on "Parliamentary
Rules." Mrs. Buckwalter.
Reading "Woman In Industry,"
planks from different platforms.
Explanation of the "Womnn's Bur
eau in tho U. S. Dept." five minute
talk. Mrs. Christino Clayton.
Reading, "Woman's Rights," Lib
"Luro of the Double Salary," fivo
minute talk Janet Rollo.
"Legislation Favorablo to Women's
Work ond Child Labor Laws," fivo
minute talk Mrs. Emma Secgmillcr.
Serial No. 1 "League of Nations,"
commencing with five minute talk on
A Primary of the Republicans of
Cedar City was held lastMonday eve
ning, Precinct chairman, John S.
Woodbury presiding. There were
about thirty party members present
nnd taking part in the balloting.
Following are the delegates and al
ternates chosen to attend the County
Convention ot Porowon, which con
venes tomorrow (Saturday) ut 10 o'
clock, a. m.
E. II. Ryan, Albert Lundell, Chas.
S. Wilkinson, John S. Woodbury, W.
II. Loigh, Dr. Robert Thorloy, Mrs. A.
W. Webster and Sadie Buckwalter, as
delegates; Herbert P. Haight, Lafo
McConncll, II. S. Cutler, J. II. Arthur,
Geo. H. Wood, Dr. E. Green and Mrs.
A. P. Spilsbury, as alternates.
J. S. Woodbury tendered his resig
nation as precinct chairman, giving as
the reason that ho hadn't the neces
sary time to give to the work and
Jos. G. Stevenson was elected to fill
the vacancy, it being understood that
this takes the place of the regular
election usually held immediately be
fore tho county convention for the
nomination of county officers.
Tho purposo of the present county
convention is to chooso delegates to
attend the state and district conven
tions at Salt Lake Aug. 2G nnd 27.
FOR CEDAR SHEEP ASS'N
Adjourned Stockholder's Meet
ing of the Cedar Sheep Association
will be held'in the store August 23,
1920 for the purpose of dieting
a President, one Boa.d Member,
and a Secretary and Treasurer.
All stockholders are especially
urged to be present.
HERBERT P. HAIGHT. Mm-.
the Constitution of the Unites States
Mrs. E. II. Ryan.
Roll call nnd minutes read.
Musical number under direction of
Mrs. Ada W. Webster.
All paid up members of the Ladie3
I Republicon Club nnd their partners
will bo royally entertained ot tho Li
brary auditorium August 31, 1920.
GOVERNOR COX'S MANSION --
"Trail's End," tho homo of Governor James M. Cox. DomOcratJo
candidate for president, near Dayton, O. i
Front porch and lawn of tho
Republican Presidential enndi
dato's homo in Marlon, Ohio,
which has already boon tho scono
ot enthusiastic Rathorlnns and
which promises to becomo tho con
tor of Senator Harding's cam
paign. v-. V
BIRTHPLACE OF G. 0. P.
VICE PRES. NOMINEE ,
Tho blrthplaco of Calvin
Coolldgo, Ropubllcan Vice Presi
dential nominee at Plymouth,
Massachusetts, whoro Govorttor
Coolldgo recently celebrated hi
1. a J ' A ' i
BETTER SPEED UP I
. NOW! . ' p'
The present price of the Iron County Record 1
' is $2.00 per year 1
After September 1, the price will be I
. $2.50 per year
b Fifty Cents is pretty fair in.terest on a $2.00 inves tment for a few 1
weeks or months, is it not?
g Well, don't put it off, until it is too late. Only a very few days left. 1
i If you live out of town, and your letter containing remittance is k
postmarked prior to Sept. 1, it will be accepted at the 1
present subscription rate.
1 ' IRON COUNTY RECORD I
ONE OF THE LATEST
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This dainty sweator Is devel
oped in a green and gold mixture
that Is very attractive. Tho
frlngo at the bottom of tho nock
tine Is a now feature.
One of tho biggest events of tho
season will be the Band Danco set for
next Fridey evening. Preparations are
being made for tho great time, and n
good crowd is scheduled for this inter
Don Coppin sold ono of his Clctrnc
tank-typo tractors to D. E. Harris of
Cedar City, who decided on tho Cle
trac after a thorough investigation of
the various tractor types.
A. Fortunate Buy
Enables Us to Sell
m PER POUND I
You Can't Buy Other
For That Wholsale.
The aroma and flavor
Take a package home
and you'll want another..
Cedar City JfDrug Co.
In these days of high prices and prohibitive
building expenses, it is refreshing to
find a real bargain in the c
form of a home f
Here is a neat seven room cottage, modernly equipped with "
cess pool, toilet, bath, lavatory and sink, with a lot a litttle more
than 8x12 rods, close in, only one block from Main street. Alley
right provided for through adjoining property by deed. Barn 22x-ky s ..
36 feet, and stable lean-to, granary, shop, etc. Si
Owner is in poor health and wishes to move to coast, so must
sell quick. That's why this excellent home is offered for less than
six to seven thousand dollars, the usual price of such property in
For a short time it is in our hands to offer at the remarkable
price of $4,000. Let us show it to you. ,
Leigh-Wilkinson Realty Co,
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