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H IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY. UTAH
'. PERSONAL IMS.
H Miss Jano Wilkinson of Snlt Lnko
H City, is here visiting with her moth-
H Jack Hoot emtio over from Milford
H wheru ho hns been working, to spend
H t Christmas with friends and relatives.
H Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Luko are
H hero spending the holidays with Mrs.
H ' Luke's mother, Mrs. Lottie Hunter.
H 0. L. Pindar of Pnrowan spent n
H few hours in Cedar Wednesday at-
H tending to private business matters.
H no I
f Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Crosloy of.
H ! J Logan are here spending the holi-
B days with Mrs. Crosley's mother,
R , Mrs. J. A. Kopp. I
H V ilobcrt Williams, son of Mr. and .
P Mrs. E. E. Williams, is suffering
H, from an attack of pneumonia. At
n , present ho is considered out of dang-
(, cr and convalenscing slowly.
K '' Wo understand that there aro to
H bo several operations for removal of
1 tonsils at the county hospital thi3
B i ' week and next but wo have failed to
i learn the names of tho persons to be
H operated on.
B Tuesday the littlo daughter of Mr.
B and Mrs. G. IL Matheson was operat-
H cd on nt tho county hospital forre
E moval of tonsils. Tho child went
1 through the ordeal In splendid shape
H and is now rapidly recovering.
H Miss Janet Rollo, clerk of tho
H board of education, underwent an
H - oporation for removal of tonsils at
H tho county hospital last Tuesday.
H Tho lady stood tho ordeal well and is
H rapidly recovering from tho shock.
H Miss Fcnton, principal of tho pub-
H lie schools of Cedar, is in Idaho for
ES the holidays. While away sh0 will
H - attend to some business matters con-
H ncctcd with her farming interests
H that she has in that state.
H f Miss Ruth Webster, who holds a
H position as nurso in the L. D. S.
H "'" hopitasl in Salt Lak0 City, was here
B n few days this week visiting with
M her mother, Mrs. Eliza Webster. Tho
H lady was accompanied on her return
H to Salt Lako by her mother who will
H ipend a short time in tho metropolis
H visiting friends.
B NOTES FROM MIDVALLEY
H .i Friday evening, Dec. 22, there was
H' ' ? held in the Midvalloy school house
H pno of tho best and most lively com-
H '' munlty parties held in this district (
H in a long time past. It was conduct- (
H, ' cd under tho auspices of the Primary
M Association for tho special benefit
H of tho Primary children, though tho
M parents were cordially invited, who
H' also did mu.h in a material way, as
M ' it was desirous to have them join
H in tho festivities. After tho open-
H ing exercises in which tho children
H , wuro tho most prominent, a short (
H ' pithy program was given and then(
H the timo turned over to games, read-
H ings singing, etc., and then Santa
H camo in with a bag of apples and
H .thero was a lively scramblo for them. '
K Each child undor ten years got n'
H fine stocking filled with candy nnd
H nuts from a largo trco standing in
B one corner of tho room and decorat-
1 cd appropriately. In all thero wero
Hj present seventy-two souls and they
H who wero unnblo to bo present wero
H- ' remembered and something sent to
j Tho, well drillers on the Owens
H farm have struck it rich for tho own-
Hj er as they have encountered two dif-
H forept stratas of water in tho ono
H well that runs thirty gallons to tho
B minute. They hav0 moved further
H ,;. north a quarter of a milo and will
H - no doubt got a -larger flow. Mr.
V . Owens is also planning to havo a
H , ' largo pump well put down on tho
Kn upper end of his farm which will
H 1 '" insuro him enough water to irrigate
H I . tho greater part of his farm
J' E. M. Owens is having an immenso
v barn built on his property in order
fl - to tao care of his sheep in tho lamb-
IL -ing season, and havo his hay under
jfTi cover. jTho work is being done by
H9N Messrs. Henry Mitchell and John
If it's service you want como to
tho HUNTER BARDER SHOP. Wo
arc here for business.
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Mr. Laffer, pharmacist at tho Ce
dar Drug store, has gono to his homo
in Grand Junction, Colorado, to spend
the holiday week with relatives.
C. N. Corry and daughter Annie
ar0 in Delta where they will visit
with Mr. Corryfs sistcii, Mrs. Ida
Macfarlano, for the next week or
Tho first Relief Society' meeting
of the Now Yenr will be taken up by
tho regular theology work. The les
son, "Miracles of Latter Days" will
bo given by Mrs. Thirza Little.
Wo havo been informed' thnt C. S.
Wilkinson has sold his farm near
Santnquln and in now located per
manently in Salt Lak0 City, having
secured a job printing plant nnd do
ing a good business in that line.
Mrs. Wm. Lund of Enterprise wa3
a visitor in Cedar Wednesday, hav
ing como to visit with relatives and
friends nnd to do somo shopping nt
our local mercantile! establishments.
It hns been som0 timo since tho lady
, was a Cedar visitor and her many
friends wero highly phased to ro
co've a visit from her.
I A tolephdno message received to
day from Los Angeles is to tho effect
thnt James Sherratt, once a resident
of this city, is in a hospital in Los
Angeles in a very low conditon, and
, his lifo is dispared of. His two sons,
' Robert Will and John, left today for
i Los Angeles in response to a call
sent by thoir mother,
H. E. Peterson, manager of tho
Petersen Drug Co., la In Salt Lake
City, on business connected with tho
company. After the completion of
'his work In tho metropolis Mr.
Petersen will go to Richfield to visit
'a day or two with his parents. He
I is expected back in Cedar next Wcd
J. W. Mpndcnhnll and family havo
1 moved from Payson to Cedar and
will make thoir future home here.
Mr. Mcndenhall owned, a good farm
near Payson, but operating expenses
wero so high that h0 decided to sell
and movo hero where tho expenses
aro not soaring to such nn altitodo
as they aro in Utah county.
Brown of Pnrowan. Wish wq had
a fow moro such progressive men
hereabout who havo unlimited faith
in tho Midvalloy section.
Geo. W. Esplin is having two largo
lambing nnd protection sheep sheds
built on hi3 property north of his
farm homo in this section nnd con
templates taking caro of his sheep
and lambs in an officiont manner,
ns tho gentleman believes n much
, larger porccntngo of tho lamb crop
can bo saved by proper methods of
i W. II. Grlmshnw still has a big
job of threshing nt the Stovens
Bros, farm, when the weather man
I will .givo us somo weather wherein
, tho work can be dono economically.
But tho past week it has been out of
tho question ns it has been too wet
,nnd foggy and tho nlfalfa seed will
not tl'resh out whilo it is damp.
1 Hunter nnd Grlmshnw aro going
into tho hog business on n largo scalo
I as they now have several hundred
I and are acquiring moro as fast as
they can bo taken car of. These
gentlemen realize that thero will bo
n big demand for all the hogs that
i can bo raised, and it is a certainty
thnt thoy can bo rnised hero very
profitably and of tho finest quality.
Another evidence of progressive
, faith in this part of tho country.
, Mrs. Adams, our school teacher,
hns gone for'n short trip to Califor
nia to visit with her sister. Tho
peopl0 of Midvalloy aro well pleased
with tho lady's services and havo
found that slio is nn efficient instruc
tor, tho pupils having made excellent
progress under her direction.
Dr. 0. Anderson, ono of Cedar's
efficient 'tand popular dentists, re
turned Inst week from Salt Lake
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PRE-INVENTORY SALE A
From Jan. 3rd to Jan. 6th.
ALL MEN'S SUITS IN STOCK WILL BE SOLD AT ONE PRICE
and we have suits from $25 to $40, but have decided to sell
them all at a Tremendous Reduction.
An Suit in the Shop 1 P J 1 ny suit in e storc
at this price 111 II I at this price for
4 DAYS ONLY. I M J1IJ 4 DAYS ONLY.
YOUTHS SUITS, LONG TROUSERS, IN PRICES RANGING FROM $19.00 TO $27.50 WILL BE SOLD r
AT ONE PRICE, ALSO THE VERY LOW PRICE OF , '
BOYS SUITS WILL BE 25 PER CENT OFF.
WE WILL HAVE ABOUT 50 MEN'S HATS RANGING IN PRICE FROM $3.75 TO $6.00 THAT WILL
BE SOLD FOR ONLY
. . v'-BOYS MACKINAWS AT A GOOD REDUCTION. MANY BARGAINS IN MEN'S SHOES. -
We will have many other bargains of small lots of the very best of merchandise, at very low prices.
This sale .is for 4 days only. If you need any of the merchandise we have for sale it is a good time
to save yourself some money.
WOOD'S TOGGERY STm-
I 'ffiAN The Metropolitan Male T ' SIl)
H The Metropolitan boys have the distinction of .. ... - 1rt nn.a ortWQ Q,ro v0iHnfr The organ chimes are a product of the Deagan
being the first male trio to be placed in lyceum lmt Sfta thfSfflSiSo? "the fT?.rie? adthe bys S many instrumental
l w and Chautauqua work for many years. MetoJnoUtan Swa to uraish the Slic with selections wholly on the chimes, while some of the
M ' , Metropolitan lno was to iurmsn tno puduc wn finest partg of the program are when the vo:ceg
The effect of the three fine mens' voices in a really fine singing .organization ot ! male voices and chimeg blend fa ideal harm their la
unison is surprising, many of their effects equal- - at a cost n greater than that of inferior quartets. singing numbers.
I A REAL ENTERTAINMENT. BE SURE AND TAKE THIS NUMBER IN. WARD HALL, JANUARY 4TH.
H January 4th Reserved Seats 50c, General Admission 35c and 25c. TicKets on sale at Woo d's Toggery American Legion
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Car Owners, Attention! Thorleij Theatre
Every car owner knows that cold weather conditions
increase battery and electrical troubles when wet or acid Jan. ltO Jan. O
batteries are used. - . n.KMMMMMi..
Why the Mac-Dry Battery is Superior: .
MONDAY.r-Wnllaco Roid in "Too Much Speed". "Buffalo Bill"
No Separators No Sulphation Serial.
No Li(Ulid N Buckled PllteS ' TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.-Houso Peters in "Tho Storm."
No Freezing No Leaking Jars Come and g(?o thu p,ay Algo Qno Rcd Comedy
No Corrosion . Will Not Discharge if Idle.
GUARANTEED THREE YEARS. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.-"Aliaa Lady Fingers." One Reel
AviVlwllPslf! flFftCP SATURDAY. "Strongth of tho Pines." Ono Reel Comedy.
Cedar City show Starts at 7:15 O'clock.
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City whera ho spent two weeks tak
ing n post graduate course in "Tink
er's inlay & bridge work, and Dr.
Schlessor's plat0 work." Dr. Ander
son whilo away purchased consider
able now equipment for his labora
tory and is now prepared to do tho
best of work in the bridge and plato
Drs. J. J. and Wm. M. Buswell,
ophthalmic specialists of Salt Lako
City, will bo at tho Cedars Hotel
.Tuesday, noon until mid-noon Jan.
0 and 10. No charge for testing
eyes. References. Glasses aro worn
. FOR HEALTH AS WELL AS VIS-
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Subscribo for the Record.
WILL RESUME PRACTICE
The choir will resume regular
weekly practice next Wednesday
ovening, and tho leader is desirous
that every member bo present. Tho
practlco will bo held in the Relief
WILL HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION
The Cedar Band will hold the re
gular unnual meeting in the Relief
Hull Tuesday night, at which time
tho election of officers for tho on
suing year will take place
Mrs. J. L. Stephens has beon suf
fering severely for tho past week
from inflammatory rheumatism, but
is reported as very much improved
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Tho following statement is issued,
by Collector of Internal Revenue
James H. Anderson of the district,
of Utah- I
To save themselves time and
trouble, nnd, in many cases, uneces
snry expenditures, taxpayers having
business with tho inepmo tax unit of j
tho Pureau of Internal Revenue ot
Washington nnd desirfng conference
with officials in connection there
with, are a.dvised to ask for such con
ference in advance.
A nuhmber of taxpayers and repre
sentatives appear ,t tho income tax
unit without appointment, and ask
immediate hearings. Frequently tho
conference cannot bo held at onco for
the reason that tho papers and in-'
formation relating to tho case must
bo assembled or the proper official
may bo otherwise engaged. Tho re
sult is a delay of a day or two, and
added cost to tho taxpayer in tho
way of hotel bills, etc.
Requests for conference should bo
adressed to tho Commissi tV of
Internal Revenue, WashingW, D. C,
together with a statement of all the
facts in connection with tho cases,
and tho purpose for which it is do
sired. The taxpayer will bo inform
ed by letter or telegram of tho dato
appointed t for tho conference.
1922, 6 cylinder Buick, run 8000
miles. Car in first class condition.
Will give torms.
F. L. BIEDERMAN.
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