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I Now For Business
I Ths p6liys a a fttag of past, ancjyoq vantpiies
J l msfsad ppfpys? We exgecfccl thi pd have gone pip the 1A-
' l QHINE bysiies for ypuf betaef jit't W Jiava
i Spyin machine a 820.0Q s
(gashing machines at ? t ;00 J"
Wringing m,aolui)os at ? 2.00., f
4 Cooking niaohines- at ? ? G.0 ' V
Wg wq a fui'nituL'Q maohinp whipj) is prificlfl3s, for
, . ' tie rea'BQn'tliat; it niakos Ijcler fyiihiturp' tit' lower
! f prices tlai) yqi qai got from the East. 5" 1
gating rnqoluneq wo Qaji sijply at from $1 i;q S20.QQ j
, . wit food qriql olofching, In: proof q( wliiolivo m7- . '
viW.you to oallapdsoo. oijr 'fine supply qf Flour, 5 '
''' : . .' " Cfwinoa Fruits, " Drie4 Fruits, l Canned Fjsh, '
t . ." Eetidy mado Clothing, Dross goods, phoes, ilubbcrs, ' -
Kj . - ( Felts, Slippers, Gaiters ' and most pveryth'ing pls'e, - r '$,.
V', Jv ' that Ijqart or hoof can desire. r "
I . In thp to of dooortjon wo ljayc paints and stains
I - of ajl QQlors. ' '
I For the benefit of our jjebetors we have a cpljectlpg machine, I
I wliich is warranted to work smoothly and easily. Debt;s paid by
I , the aid of this rnachine, cause less pain thrj under any .other con
I cfylpn C(1 nd see it at ' " v" ' "
I GEOSH GITY DHDt5 STORE.
I I ll ll DpALE(3 INi ' r?1-1
1 - U jus j puf e Drugs,
I rassw toiletArticles,
A' 1 M Fine Perfumery,
A I B Chojce Cutlery,
H Jm9 Hot Watcr BottIes
II K rjnges Etc,
K i , pT? Doctors' Prescriptions .
.j Carefully Compounded by a
H l ,' , rill Reg stered Pharmacist
H EIINJ. Ff INF.jLL, Prqprieton
1 8 fl Gopplete liine 8
S of Groceries at the gpA, 8
I g houiest Possible ll ?
H 5i Is what ware offering n'pw. Gl
H 5i Soap G Bars Jbr . 25c. Up
H S o2co 7 lba.for a - - ' - $1.00 W
H S co " " 8c per lb. f)
I 1 fi or soods t tho same low figures. Call and fl
jH h 8ot prices. Cm suit the most partipular custo-
g PAGE & BRACKEN, g
Booms to rent. Enquire of A. L.
Jt Is with ttjrrow' that yo learn of the
serious illness of Elder Walter pral'nger
IJp Duncan J. Prow yag In our city
thl a week, an inQldentally practlclpg
law before our City Justice.
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Can any one doubt the prqvldenca of
tho lraightyi when, he realises that
therp are only threo lawyers it; the
Copstablo Allirt JJeloV, and Mr.
John Talt of this place started Mpnday
for 1'onapah p search of emplpyment
for tliemselvps and teams. v
Superintendent Arthur of Cedar
Co-op is ill with indlgestion,'and other
stomach trouble, wq extend sympafhy
an4 wishes foe lis' speedy 'recovery.
A movement is being made in the
Judiciary committee of thp national
legislature to authorlzp the govern
ment to acqulpe contrqj of tho coal
mlnpsand railpads. .The Bqonor tho
It. E. L. Cqllier, Unltw States
Deputy Mineral Surveyop!! whp has
boon in this county rocentfyfsurveving
tho Oak Springs group ol mining
claims, left for Salt take City last
Ono was pale and sallow and the
other fresh and rosy. Whence tho dif
ference? She who is blushing with
health uses Dr, King's Now Life Pills to
malntuln it. By gontly arousing the
lazyorgane they compel good'dlsgestlon
and head off constipation. Try thera.
Only 23c, at J. II. McDouaud Druggist.
The Farmers InstltutQ failed to hold
its regular meeting lost Yedncsday
night owing to tho popular party that
was being Jield in tho olty,' drawing
away a large part of tho agricultural
part of tho coiurauujty".. Meeting will
be held next Wednesday at tho regular
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Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally,
started a horrible ulcer" on tho leg of J
B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111, For four
years It defied all doctors and all ro
raedies. But Bucklen'ff Arnica Salvo
had no trouble to euro him. Equally
good for Burns. Bruises, Skin Eruption
and PlU.v 35c at J, n. -McDonald's.
' UUhqn Lunt who haq "bcaq at Unit
L6"ko CUV for a fw dayp Is qgln at
iUs ank?, pnd Mr Jamoqn of
Minsfsvllls aye both in W$ olty pnder
Dr, UlldAjpton's piirc.
Mr, P. Iovangilr of aioqtalo la prof
iting by tlto. skill o b'ur skjll.
il mojllqal ptptitloner.
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Mr JapUcon qf Beaver Ifl tatng iyeat
ontfrqi'ri Djc Mlddletqb, and ishojiig
gfeatly bcpp'fjtc.d thereby. ' ' '.
iNpphl is to have an clcctrio light
plant installed thoro In tho nqar f uturi,
thp cos;t of which 'la estimated at
Miss Majuarct I'rypr, wlitj Jiasbpcn
btjWqd tho pquntcr a, tho Co-oor tho
past two orihrec months, is n'ow pney
Eldprs Samuel 11. pnes atjd William
.Huntpraro making housq to houso
visit Jn tho interests p tho V. M. Me I.
A''. In his olty. '
U. A. I'aoe Ijsq Maqoger of Harmony
jCojop visited pur offlcp this week', And
reposed all In harmony at the rxttlo-
menrwhefli Jio lives. ,
.Mrs. Graham Macdonald, of Uppor
Jtanah, who Hps bepn unfcr the carp of
tjr.jMJddletori, Is Improving In health,
and is, likely to entirely recover. ''
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We' are roably Informed that Mr.
Ladd has abc'ut thirty men employed
In developing tho Iraq, clajms which
his company owns In tlis county.
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Mr Thomas Essary who wo rcportod
In qur last Issuo'as being ery 111 wth
diphtheria, is recovering very nlcqly,
and in all probability will 6ooq bo
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We learn fromtho Richfield Reaper
that Its editor George II. Cpsby Jr, has
flult the buslqcss. We wish htm sua
cess In Ills now field of labor whatever
that may be. ' '
l.ll...ll-.t. 111 I. ! .1.
Mr. pavld Splllsbury of ToquervUlo
was In 6ur city )ast Thursday, a oad
of coal was hlb' reason for cotnlqg.
D MJ looks wqII. and bays Ct ho'feeli
" ,.yfa Haw i-t! tyfa nmt , inanti
-4rabad.aBtp in tho mcuti taUo t
fowjjaj of Chamberlolri lStonltfoh
and "Xlter Tabfets. Priob S3 onts.
Warraiitcd to cure. ' r
lTor solo by All Druggists.
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Mr. Mil Mrs David iherratt were
Called tp part with their Infant chlkl
the first of the present eek, the little
one was six weeks old, and pnoumonla
Is reported to bq tho cauco of its
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County Clork Wm. T. Morris mado us
a pleasant call tho fjrot of the wqek,
and left us an order for stationary., lr
Morfis seems alive to tljo duties of his
olllce, and wo prediut fqr him a success
ful career as County cleik,
Mr. Eara A. Thompson of the well
Uqown mining firm qf Thompson and
Frew mado us a pleasant business pall
this week. t is our first introduction
tq Mr. Thdmpson, wIir oppearp to bo a
very nloo sor of man.
t Is gratifying to know hat thoro
are no now cusp's of dlphUierh, lu our
city? great credit is duo tqour quaranr
tlno physician, and tho board of health
for the prompt and ofllcleqt manner in
which they huvo acted In .'.he matter.
"Tho Wonderfql Find" ipentloned in
pur last Issuo still continues to delight
flie hearts of its Rroprlotora.- As deve
lopment work progreses thp anticipa
tions of ho ownero seem to b.o verified.
Will defined walls nro found, tho ledgo
maintains It high grade of orp.
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The North Field -Resorvolr and Irri
gation Cpmpany hold it annual electlop
the evening of tho SOth of tho month,
and elepted Uriah T. Jones president
of company, Robert W. Heyborne
Secretary, and John Stephens and
Samuel B. Jones directors, to hold
ofllco for two years.
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The County clerk made a special trip
to Cedar tho first of tho week to admin
ister the oath of allegiance to Mrs
Sherratt, who desired to become ono of
Unclo Sam's family, and who was too
ill to attend court The transaction was
tho re6ult,of a special order of court
made by Judge Marloneaux.
To tho shareholders of tho Parowan
Equitable Co-operative Association
Tliero will bo a meeting of tho mem
bers of tho abovp association, on Mon
day the 0h dayof of Fob. 1003 nt 3
o'clock p. m. In the County Court Room
Parowan. To take into consideration
the amending of Article Eight of the
By-Laws of said association.
By order of the Board of Dlreotors
this 12th day of Jan.. A. D. 1003.
j jNqrmal Notes. &
Tho nnyslcal culturq alasses aro jjef
tng qulto actlvp in thalr work,
: Tho girls hi dQmesUc scloqco arq doll-
C ffoqi) wpV-1; b.qthln sqwing-ind
fclioUlng. :i j
4'ho bqyB arp b.oglnqjng Jielr Vjrork
oqlfhecampusl tijorpgulaf track work
Each, mpmbec qf thq geperol hlstpry
ulusi;liiis be)in: i)o tl()ed to'alioodo a sub
ject for thq final papor. " '
The fecial olacs la bqolf kcopiiig
will conunenoo their york as s.qen aa a
rooirj can bo arrangod for.
Tho Athletic nssoplatlqn gave a flanoo
last Satqrday evening. Most of the
tudcjitp Jolnod In tho Jollv tlmo'. 'x
Va are pleased tq .'see Mlta nulet
lack agalni sliq'lias beep absent slnpp
the hojldavs on account of Illness.
Andy qrogcrocn, one of nur former
s.tudpits oqd atliletes has rcjurneq" to
take advantagq-'of tha spoolul eours
offered. i i .
tq chapel this week Mr. I,qwlr. has
trial to improas on the students' rqluds
what a students' attitude and conduct
ahquld bor ' :
Frof. A. B,. Ohristlapson of St.
Gocfcgc, wlio was tq'glvq a leoturehero
Saturday pv'cnlng, rrtll not be Ijtro unr
til a week later-
Tho students' tlmo was taken up last
Friday by Kelt lopyth, who spdko qn
having a purpqsq in lifoj and by Fay
Harrison who sang v solq.
.Tho "hot spoeoij" 1q h,ecqmlng a yery
common featurq of tho FcrcnSlq So
ciety . Subjects aro written on slips of
Ijaper aud put in a'lmt. These slips
are drawq from tho hat and members
aro oxpopted to speak otomporaneqqsly
Every uiembqr of qur Debating so
ciety gavo an qxtemporaneous hat
speech at our last qcssiqn.
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Our flelts ar coveM jrlth obo'uj
( foLr Iiicbes'of snoff, wlKJii oncouragi
ing to tho farmer. x
It appeora that tho Interests of our
friends "at Cedar' and oufa arp not
Identical In tho matter of forest rcsor.
ves. Well why not wprk together for
sneh Interests ns aro for the benefit of
both. Good can be flono In this way,
and neither porty suffer,
Wq miss tho genial couptonaRce of
J. M. Mitchell among the City Fathers,
Since l(o moved tq Oregon. His place
has bopn filled by A. Matheson an4 wq
hope ho will conduct hm self In a
becoming manner, and wjiep "Our now
set" demaqd the night tq yoto equally
with the CJty Council wo Jiopo ho will
mind his business und 'not oppose
A cqmmlttes of throo weyo appointed
to as,k the coqnty commissioners to
restore the bqqnty on jq.plc rabbiu.
It Is considered that thq bounty on
cayatep is a little one klde, It bounflts
tho sljcepmen, but is of more injury
than benefit to tho farmer, iuasmuch
as it destroys one of the wprst enemies
of tho jack rabbit and thus contributes
tp their increase,
The farmer's institute discussed tho
water question at their mcettng on
Mpnday qlght. Some of ho laws of
tho state wero rcac and com
mented on but tlicy did not seem to
suit us yery well and the subject was
tabled till next week. Tho need of
Reservoirs was talked of and pll seemed
impressed with the need of thorn) but
thought that there aro very fow good
sites In our water shed.
j Stateline Samples,
Statoline, Utah, Jan. 31st, 1003,
Dr. Campbell, of .Plocho, Is building
up a good practice.
The many friends of Miss Maudo Wal
ker are pleated to see hor on her feet
AH tho patients In camp are rallying
under tho ofilclcnt treatment of Dr.
A span of work horsos aro reported
missing from tho feed yard of Wm.
Perry, they could not escape without
Mrs. E. Stlnaon'8 familiar face Is seen
again after a confinement of two or
three wocks, Wo hav6 had no announ
cement of what the allrapnt WO, but
the whole fumily seems very gocl na
tured about something.
Biro. . qub.8,' wlfo of Cfharlep .Johns1 jWfi I oflH
died toyiqcnlngqfhe.t failure- - I Wl U&M
at t!,olr.iildpi4o new thaVt OphlrV $$?' w I ''IB
Thftvemalnswljlbo sont tq-tholr oltf t $ IdfflH
Uom? In Michigan for intii'meu't. . h W;' I " fTH
Thn womeq of StfttolJAo soqfod oni ' ' I fl
Jftst Qupd7 eroning, whoq a half sWrrt , j L I
of thptii oallfld on a porU'lp dudilili oh" SVH iMm
and mado him rotrast certain filqndeif V.- I iJmW
on remarks wadi aboiit fan,' J ' IMmM
horso whipping J6s lu 4he p'rtgrp 4 1 MlBi
uuttljotqnBuola mad3 him ffeel, so" , ' fiSjm
smainjiqMio escaped through a'' tnoi u . '' flPl
lqloaafbymago. , hijj ." , t i
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'Jan.lsttOQS.-131 . f ' H
Mp JcssuR and, family of Uorr&tiirff, '-" ' I (! Al
arp:movlnftocedlto-dayvlfortlidWsl( 4 1 L
of the winter, so ac to send, thofr phU- l 1
qron to school, ' ""' ) HHH
Miss Julia Ford left Uy stago as iOn IH
night for Salt tyko.'Cltyt wqero slra fAVBB"J
espects to stay fo;r ubout Uiroa'iuoqtW ' k.-" 'IPMI
studying pbstetrlcs. i ' "-1 PMH
A howjlng sqacess ctru(,U thchoaaooJ fffAl
Mr E-Parlnlajtwoeliln tliochaieo-r , i 11
son twiil hol'r, Mr Paris' bpyn liavp hero" ''?'' I
toforo boon all girls', henotrmThUoccsd ctiti f (
In tho present Instnncb. v 'i? " ' J HJ
Mrs Wlltir of Silver Roef, tpqU oqa (. ' jfejBJ
of Her Uttlo-boys. to thod.ootof at St! , - ''"J v L'a"SH
qeqrgo (aqt Sunday. ' Thp Child ha ' ' "
beoq 111 for somo tlmo, and It la rpport iH
ed that ho has Tieayt'dpaeasq. ' i ' fM
L.at Friday aftcrnqqn yaa ppoqt bj ' ' J1 I ' I
thq local sports and a, delegation ffd'cc ' V
yaehlngton, in 'b'ore raolng. Irf th'i '"'
evening tljorq was a show, and to com' Jil sfl
plcto the ontertalnmont they had & ( h, "I
dance. I ii. U
h iVanarra ivinns.i T , Jg "
" Jaq; sisf, nibs. ' Ji M
Oharlos PorUor and W, R. payli left- , ' O I
tho latter part of last vftek for Eatoh '"',, f ''fl
town to got lumber. " i 'Sv. , jj f ' HJ
Wm. R. Williams and Mahpnrl ', 'ff1 r M -
Staploy, started to Delamar 'io-Siy V ' fty !
with produce for tho markot. ' r. & 'jHJ
Mike Davis and Wm. J Williams re- fti' ' ., -fl1 jW
turned, from Mltiord last Tdesday where '- " ' "iJJJ
they havo been n searoWiwotk. " - H
lnaM John 4tapiVjrtirto slgrKr W m
Georg1.) to-dajf t$ do i&fii t , ,V T , ' M
J week: I i t r x 'tM
John W. Berry went fq Oaar Wed,f m
ncsdoj and brought bapk with hl trig 'fl
papor for papering the meeting home, fl
Work will Commence tomorrow papqr'i h '-fl
Ing, coating and other finishing -:. 'fl
work. "'. , ,..fll
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Miss Edith Walker who. has" been . ' ?" H
managing a rqs.taurant iri'Moilona for. J- "
tho past few months is back at Kef t ' Mm
homo for a fow wceko ondylng he sop? . $ f i'v j M
Iqtyofher paronto'aqd friends. The ' i' " A MM
Record bids her "welcome. t j. i l
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"Tho nicest and ploasantpst rqpdlfnq ' , k "H
I havo used fpr lndlgesion and constl; ' " x MM
patlon is OhambPrlaln's Utotqaoh and .-'" 'H
lylver Tablptf ," sayo Melord F. Oralg.' r, J ' MM
Mlddlegrpvq, N. Y. 'ITfiey wqrk like a) N . ;' 1
charm apd dq not grlp or (iarq any ' , H
unpleasant effect." ' ,lSflfl
For Sal bj Ali Drugglsta. - ' " ., Vfl
The Uaqlolson Manqfpetutlpg Oq. r. , "At, & iMW
of Logan aro tho njakers qf a maphlnq ' 'fcT ""'," Afl
for laylqg off ground for thp Irrlgrtloa, . v'fBfl
of small grain, wilch la the nventloa rflVJ
of Mr Joseph Grange Of Orangerlllq 5 H
Emery county, Utah, that Is rcevlng b H
high praises from loading Irrigators 1
our qUte. This la what has ben waut mM
ted for a considerable 'length of time H
in this section, to take tho place of tho ., M
crude affairs that wo kayo been us "" rtMWu
ing. f jflU
Tragedy Averted. A AbAbJ
"Jqst on the nick of tlmo qur little fuMvMwM
boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. Watkins f BBS
of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pnoumonla had A BBBfl
ptayed cad havoc with him aud a terrl tJBBBfl
ble cough set in besides, Doctors treat- TflBBBX
ed him, but he grow worse every day,. J BflBBJS
At length we tried Dr Kings New l)fj , - I mB&9
covery for Consumption, and our darl. f mmmW'A
ing was saved. . U's now sduqd. arid f ( MwWfofC
well. Everybody ought to know, It's the , J. Wm'f&t
only pure euro for Coughs, Colds and all - J Wtf7M9
Lung diseasos. Guaranteed by J. H, ' && , tvmMJr
McDonald Druggist; Price BOo and '. v- I.' ymffili'
81.00. Trial Bottles free. . 4$. lif-
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Mrs. Johanna 8oderholm, of Fergus JftKtfa PSSSm
Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated her ' Jf ISEjT $&$
shouldor. Shohad a surgeon get It R. OTKfe, iV j;
back In place as soon as possible, but It " 1Mb1 u M ,p
was qulto sore and pained her very, y MKjJsJtVt
much. Uor son mentioned that ho had Jfa J JgWiiSI
seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver.U- l "X L Sf'ii l:W ,
sed for sprains ant, soreness, and ,sho " ' ' t I v "W iyfo$
asked him to buy her a bottle of. It, jj. ; h jBWTA
which he did. It quickly relieved hen. $? ? JB43?Ei.
and enabled her to sleop which she bad " jBB&tKT
notdonq for several days. The son MwmL$'i
was so much pleased with the relief it ALTBHEKwrf'?'
gavo his mother that she has since rw- A iBBJPw w ''
ommended it to many others, J H mMvMW1$viw$
free Sftlo t All Qrsigliti ' ' " ' mMmmWm
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