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I BB B rAGE TWO IRON COUNTY RECOUP. CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1926. . I JOE MARTIN ?flf ,, il'f fff.T Elephant Aboarp imiumium 1 rHEAH AM mi) II TTZyKfM p3TZT IgXNGWAY.') iljfiPHPMfe--M j I trunk joe. L - jSethen" I.he's comI S(1llBliCTHHSHr'GHT 8EU5B MB -- B NADA Ml BBB B Nadu, Mny 25, 1020. BBB Edgar Morrow, who hiin been visit- BBB ing his brother Calvin Morrow, loft BBB for his homo In Loh Angeles, lust BBB week. m BBS Mrs. J. I). McCutchcon and two BBB little daughters, and Mrs. Stanhell of BBB Milford .spent Sunday with Mr. and BBB MrH. Do Wix. BBB B Detective Hedges of the Salt Lake BBB llouto was in Nadn Tuesday making BBB inquiries in regard to the wreck on V this section. V Gcrland Lnsh went to Cedar City BBB today to work for Mr. Gray. BBB B The Misses Tncoma and Dlcndinc J linker went to Sahara last week. BBB B The section crews, Nos. 23 and 21 BBB returned from Calicnto Monday and BBB ire now both working on the wreck. BBB B Carlton Culmscc, who has attended BBB the Ii. A. C. returned last Thursday BBB to spend the summer at home. BH H , Last Sunday morning train No. .1 BBS was tin-own from the track at Latimer H siding. Engineer "Waddingham and BBB Fireman Miller wcro killed instantly. H Tho, locomotive, tender, two baggage BBB and' express curs and two cars of BBB theatricul equipment were injured or BBB demolished in the de-railing. A ro- H lief engine brought the uninjured cars B to the switch at Nada and wrecking H trains arrived soon after. The track H wns.badly torn up, but traffic was rc- BBB sunned Monday morning. The bod- BBB ics pf the victims were taken to Mil- BBB ford. Both were married men. Mr. H Wotldinghnm was 59 yenrs of uge and H had been employed on tho railroad for BBB forty years. Mr. Miller was n soldier, H having returned from France last fall H and was married soon after. Our sym- BBJ pnthy is extended to the bereaved tt 9 ENTERPRISE B BBI . K Enterprise, May 25, 1020. B Mys. James Woods of Provo, is here H visiting Iter daughter, Mrs. J; M. BBV Terry. BBI B Born' to Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter B Bowler last week, n fine boy. BBB H Fifty babies under the age of three H yearts are in the baby contest at tho H Hall Picture Show. Five prizes will bo B awarded to the prettiest babies. H Most of the men in town are busy H doing spring cleaning on the canal. BBS . B Mr. Thomas Terry's family of St. B George have moved to their ranch BBm near here. B Mr. John Pulsipher and family of B St. George are back for the summer. BBm H Mr. and Mrs. Elius Hunt are home H from St. George where Mrs. Hunt has B been teaching school the past winter. B SAHARA m B Sahara, May 2G, 1020. H Mrs. Atliol Griffin is slowly rccov- BBffj cring from her recent illness. Q Mr. Louis Benton of Beryl was H an all duy visitor at Magnussen's BBB Monday. ml B Miss Valborg Magnussen with her B sister Mrs. II. C. Davis of Beryl H spent the day with Mrs. G. E. Griffin B of Modcnn Tuesday. BBS B The .Magnussen family, Benton B Reynolds and Mr, F. T, Howlnnd H spent Sunduy with Mr. and Mrs. H, B c- Davis of Beryl. BBS H Mi. F. T. Howland was suddenly B called , by telegram from his sister H in Denver, to thu bedside of his B mother who is living thcro. His BBBBBS BBf BP many friends here hope to rcccivo the news thnt is mother is well on the way to recovery. The. terrible wreck which occurred on the Salt Lake R. R. near here has caused a fooling of sadness amongst the pcoplo who live along the railroad. A number of the men from Sahara helped make up tho crew that was called to clear away tho wreckage. Engineer Wadding ham and Fireman Miller will bo missed very much along tho lin5 for wo will always remember their cheer greetings ns they passed through. J SUMMIT J Summit, May 27, 1920. Nelson B. Dnllcy has returned from northern Idaho whore ho has been working tho pnst threo months. There has been considerable wool shipped from here this spring and the wool growers have received n fair price for their product. , Aunt Lottie Dnllcy who had her leg amputated some time ago has now got cratches and i3 nblc to get around a little. ' Mrs. Sargent, of Panguitch who has been here with her daughter, Mrs. John II. Dallcy tho pnrit winter, returned home recently. Mrs. Imogenc Cowdell nnd her sis ter, Miss Leone Dallcy are hero from Beaver visiting with relntives and friends. Wm. II. Dnllcy has sold out tilt his property here to Amusn Clark of Parowan for a consideration of $9,000 and will move his family to Delta. Mr. Worthen of Panguitch is .lore to do the plastering for John 11. Dal ley's new house nnd A. T. Lawrence will put in tho plumbing soon. Herbert White hns sold out all his field property to D. P. Chenoy nnd the Pratt brothers for a consideration of $10,000 nnd his Wyndham proper- ty to Joseph B. Dnllcy for $5,000. Frank O'Donnell and family aro moving today to Parowan bottoms where Mr. O'Donnell will run Herbert White's farm which was recently purchased from Mr. Culver. Bishop John II. Dallcy who under went another operation at tho Macfarlunc hospital a few daya ago, is getting along us well as can be expected. For once the farmers of Summit have all the water they can use for irrigation. Tho bottoms have been almost liko a lake the pnst week nnd corn planting is impossible until tho giound dries out a little. B. R. Lawrence who hns been working at Delta is homo again. While there he had tho misfortune to fall fiom a scaffold which gave way with him breaking threo ribs. This laid him up for some time but ho hns now recovered from his in SOCIAL STANDARDS ARE HIGH IN RURAL UTAH Utah is a very clean state, morally and physically, as far as tho students nre any sign, nccording to tho report mndo by Dr. Ilober J. Soars of tho University of Utah, school of medi cine to the government. 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The students aro given phys ical exams upon their entrances and defects nre corrected where- possible All first year students aro compelled . to take the physical education nnd gymnastic work which consists of competitive athletics, games, and I I i swimming. 2070 students are en rolled In the different classes, while 707 have had defects corrected under the direction of the department. There nre four men instructors nnd doctors, with two women, constantly in attendance. In addition to tho work witli the stu dents tho department of medicine does extension, in which 11,000 peoplo of the stato have been reached in tho form of lectures on henlth and social hygiene, tho lectures being given by the doctors of tho school of medicine. Moving pictures nro shown in con nection with some of these talks and MINNESOTA INDIAN IS NQW 129 YEARS OLD At Ca3s Lake, Minn., lives Kn-Be-Nnh-Gwoy-Wonce, or John Smith, native American Indian, but now convortod to whlto mnn'fi clothes, aa tho silk 'tllo" shows. Ho has records to show that ho in 121) yoars old born In 1791, and re members tho days of tho great white father, Georgo Washington so popular havo they been that they will bo repeated next year in every town where they have been ljeard this year.