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City and Local Happenings
Next Friday is the day Par
ents' Classes Reunion.
Corry, T. A. Thorley, John
FifcWm. Houchen, A.H. Rollo
and Wm. Sawyer.
F. B. Wood, manager of the
Co-op was a fair visitor at Salt
Lake City last week.
' Remember the Parents' Class
es reunion and rally, and 'the
change in date Friday night,
Muddy roads between this city
and Lund has seriously inter
fered with the automobile ser
! vice between the two places.
M. D. Higbce, the hustling
manager of the Cedar Sheep
Association, made a business
trip to Salt Lake last week.
D. W. Ward of Parowan was
in Cedar City Thursday, looking
after business interests relating
, to the sale of cattle and paid The
', Record a business visit.
. George 0. Holt, one of the sub-
' stantial citizens of 'Enterprise,
:i ' was a visitor in Cedar City,
Thursday and while here called
''" at The Record office on business.
J Cards have been received in
if 'this city announcing the mar-
U riage of Miss Metta, daughter
; ; of Mrs. Lottie R. Carter of St.
" y George, to Mr. Richard A. Mor-
,' ris, Jr.
- Monday night the Republicans
l ' of Cedar precinct held a pri-
'$ ' mary in the ward hall for the
purpose of nominating delegates
to the county convention to be
held in Parowan Thursday, and
which will nominate a county
ticket. The meeting was well
', , attended. The following were
- Arthur, J. S. Woodbury, J. H.
Corry, T A. Thorley, John Fife,
y Wm. Houchen, A. H. Rollo and
. ', v Wm. Sawyer.
Work on the residence of E.
B. Dalley is progressing quite
:t rapidly. The work consists of
repairs. to the house recently
',: damaged by fire, and consists
,'H o the addition of an additinal
floor, with four rooms, and
' - , another ground floor room, a
'-, total of five more rooms than
(' the house originally had. When
x w completed the building will be a
Cm credit to the builder and anotheii
i'$$ substantial addition to the resi-
, idence section of the city.
,,- During the last week the
1'"A weather has given every indica-
J t,on 'iat Boreas nas removed
gx his scene of activity from the
t;' regions round about the north
l; ). pole to some point not far re-
V inoved from Cedar City. The
?t'l storm broke on Friday with a
L strong wind and a pretty heavy
' wf - fall of snow, forming a sort of
blizzard. Since then it has both
. rained and snowed and the days
f and evenings have been so cold
that overcoats and wraps have
been in universal demand.
v GOVENOR SPRY
NAMES LOCAL MEN
W. H. Leigh, manager of the
Leigh Furniture Co., and U. T.
Jones, both of this city, have
been appointed by Goveronr
Spry as delegatea-to the Interna-
, , tionaal Dry Farming Congress
'' which convenes at Lethbridge,
!- Alberta, Canada, on October
J ,' 21st.
The appointments are good
ones, both these gentlemen
being thef counties most proges
sive business men. Each has
been identified with the com
mercial interests not only of the
city but of the cainty for a num
' , ber of years. Mr. Jones is' the
president of the Bank of South
ern Utah and 6ne of the largest
property owners in the town,
in addition to being interested
in a number of other enter
prises. He was president of the com
mercial club during the past
year, and in many other ways
has shown himself ready to
serve the community in every
way that will make for advance
ment and improvement.
Mr. Leigh is the manager of
the furniture house that bears
his name, is an extensive owner
of dry land property, and one
of the most aggressive business
men of the city. He is vice
president of the commerial club,
and one of its leading members.
He was a delegate from that
body to the recent irrigation
congress at Salt lake City.
SEEKS TO PREVENT
The first holiday in the school
year is Halloween, a time that
has usually been remembered
for its hoodlumism, its destruc
tion of property, and the cre
ation oi all sorts of inconven
iences, elderly people having no
consideration or respect shown
them during these escapades,
the methods being too well
known to be n ecessary for description.
Teachers and librarians of this
state have been asked by mem
bers of the state educ tional
board to cooperate in an en
deavor to anolish the old time
celebration. Many happy sug
gestions were given, some of
which might be effective, jn any
Jolly innocent fun is the
child's birthright and of all t
school holidays none are so well
suited for a time of real rollick
ing merrimert as Halloween
if arranged for in due season;
the programs may embrace
all manner of harmless games
and amusements, rooms lighted
only by pumpkin lanterns inhab
ited by ghosts who tell weird
stories, and do ghostly stunts.
Nature provides the most gorge
ous decorations in her autumnal
colorings; the refreshments may
be gathered from our apple
orchards, and nuts from the
pines everything favorable for
forgetting boisterous rowdyisms
if we will get the spirit of the
occasion and unity of effort.
To begin, we will ask boys
and girls to be on the lookout
for all kinds of Halloween pro
graniF and games, back num
bers of magazines for October
nearly always have something
published for this holiday. If
the paper is not to be preserved,
cu out the slip an. 1 bring to the
library where wo will nut it on
file in cur clininrr holder for
reference for any who may, en- j
tortain. If you have magazines
containing articles fdr the oc-i
casion, we will be responsible
if you will loan them to the'
library until after Halloween. J
We should like all the district
school teachers to send in lists .
of the books for required or sug- (
gestive reading for the various i
grades. Such books will be1
held in reserve in the district
school library department for,
the grade students.
Come in and see our case.
We have all kinds of things you
need. The Cedar City Drug
Store. "The House of Quality.''!
Adv. . i
TlO. CoJum.t contain 3jft !H?I "!?
Act of Coiirc, appr A1-"1 u ""2t
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WANTED RcliaWe man with
team to hawl wood and coal.
Iuquire at Record oJce
WANTED Menf with good
teams to da plowjtt?. Inquire
of J. David Leigh, fund, Utah.
FOR SALE A am pf fine
horses, weight about 1100
pounds, splendid drivers and ex
cellent for light jfwork. For
further particularjfsee Walter
, "Quality" cold cr&m is bost.
Ask the man at tfig Cedar Citj
Drug Store. Adv.
Choice Ramboulltfte Yearling
Rams, also ewes fotflale in small
or car lots. Applyjto John K.
Madsen, Mt. Pleasant, Utah.
If you have young children
you have perhaps 'noticed that
disorders of the -istomach are
their most common, ailment. To
correct this you will' find Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets excellent.; They are
easy and pleasant to take, and
mild and gentle in effect For
sale by by Palace,; Drug Store.
Just received a factory ship
ment of Crock Jars; prices way
down: Gall, 25c; Gall, 40c; 2
Gall, GOc; 3 Gall, m; 4 Gall,
$1.00. Phone your older in (wc
deliver the goods). Cedar
Merc, and L. S. Co.'
Any persons found trespassing
or cutting wood on S. B. Mi
ner's patented ground will bo
prosecuted to the full extent of
the law. Iron Springs, Iron
Mountain. - '
J. W. Copoland of . Dayton,
Chio, purchased a bottle cf
Chamberlain's Cough , Remedy
for his boy who had a cold, and
before the bottle was: all used
the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than to pay a five
dollar doctor's bill? For sale
by Palace Drug Store.
Sick headache is caused by a
disordered stomach. Take Cham
berlain's Tablets and correct
that and the headaches will dis
appear. For sale by Palace
Men and Teams Wanted
' 150 men and teams wanted
for work on the slate canal near
Richfield, about September 20th?
Wages $4 per day. For further
i particulars, write
R. D. YOUNG,
We have just received the
largest and most complete line
of Ladies' Coats over shown in
town. Ladies should see thorn.
The best styles of the season.
I Cedar Mercai .lie Co.
One of the largest manufac
turers of Ladies' Suits in the
country has notified us that ship
ment has been made- to us of an
elegant assortment of Ladies'
Suits. Wait for them, see the
corroct styles for fall and win
ter. The prices will be surpris
ingly low. Cedar Mercantile Co.
Here is a women who speaks
Ifrom personal knowledge and
long experience, viz., Mrs. 1.
1 II. Brogan, of Wilson, Pa., who
says, "I know from experience
that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy is far superior to any other.
For croup there is .nothing that
I excels!" For, sale by .Palace
, Drug Store.
J PaJmor Bros'. I
) Harness and Saddlery Goods arc First Class J H
(f You take big chances when you buy from i H
Catalogues, Come in where you can ex- A H
i amine before you pay your Money H
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Horse Equipment. J M
CEDAR CITY LIVERY STABLE I , I
Main Street, South of Palace Drug Store j
TEAMS, RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES H
Prompt Service Kenneth Macfarlane, Proprietor
ELECTRICAL WORK OF ALL KINDS I
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Our meats arc Fresh and a Arcet at all times. 1H
We please our selves by pleasing our customers. LH
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I Supplying Complete Lots a Specialty. I
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