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H FACE TWO IRON COUNTY RECOKD, CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JLN'E 4, 1920. .
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I JOE MARTIN- Joe IearnTheri In A Name
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TRIS SPEAKER HAS
CLEVELAND IN LEAD
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H Baseball fans who hare long
H boon admirers of Tris Speaker,
M 'the groat slagging outfielder-
M man&gor of the Clovoland Indians,
H predicted last year that his team
H was likely to win tho pennant In
H the Amorican Leaguo this yoar.
' And Speaker Is fulfilling all ox-
H pcctnltons bo far. His club. is out
H In front and playing real baseball.
FOR SALE -.SPLENDID FARM
. RANCH AT ENTERPRISE.
H 100 acres of choice farm land, with
H 123 V& shares of stock in Enterprise
H Reservoir, .and n waste water right
H equal to HO additional shares. Soven-
K- room cement house, erected four years
H ago, in excellent condition. Largo
H barn, 64x44 feet. Rock store and milk
B houuc, grain bins, feed yards and
H sheds, etc. Two reservoirs for wutcr-
H inff stock.
H Land practically all under cultivn-
B tion. CO acres of alfalfa; 25 acres of
H small grain; five acres corn; 1 aero
M potatoes; family orchard in bearing;
M variety oj, berries. Grass pusturc
H fenced; plenty of shnde and ornnmen-
H tal trees.
H Farm, implements, consisting of
M double sulky plow, steel harrow, grain
H drill, pelf-binder, mower and rake, und
H other small implements, sufficient to
B handle farm.
H Water system, capacity of 22,000
M gallons, for culinarj- purposes.
H Entire ranch fenced rabbit-tight and
H bull strong, und also crons-fenced with
H net wiro fencing.
M rricv $IG,G00. Terms, half cash,
H balance to suit purchaser, on Vo in-
terost., ARTHUR D. CRAWFORD,
H Enterprise, Utah.
H Adv. 2w. pd.
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H I tva-s Nft HO vnan j
H Mrrf. Irene McClellan, Miss Florinc
H Cosslett and the oldest child of Air.
H und Mrs. Ray CoBslett left Tdcsday
H they intend to spend the summer.
H Thoywcro accompanied ns far as
H Lund by Miss Agncss Cosslett who
H returned to her work there after a
H brieflstay horc.
Nadn, Juno 1, 1920.
Mrs. Delia Hedges und Mrs. S. S.
Owens of Cedar City spent tho day nt
tho Lewis homo Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McGinty and
Mr. and Mrs. Gillians of Mincrsvillo
spent Sunday at the R. R. McGinty
C. D. Kioth hns moved his tractor
from tho project whore ho has been
plowing nil spring to Mrs. Emma
Cross' plnco near Latimer.
II. R. Moore, Do Wix, Mrs. Lan
drcth, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lewis, E.
R. White, J. W. Dinwiddio and A. Ste
phenson were Milford visitors tho
Weather report for May, 1920. To
tal prescription, 1:04 inches. Greatest
in 24 hours, .33 on date of 23. Num
ber of days with .01 or more precip
itation, 8. Clear 22, partly cloudy,
C, cloudy, 3.
J. F. Dinwiddle has finished the
well for Wallace Couch andv' pro
nounces it a dandy. Water was struck
at u depth of 19 feet and drilling was
continued through the second strata
when a quick sand was struck.
Messrs. Hedges and Greenleo of the
Salt Lnke Itouto have been making
several trips in this vicinity lately
but havo been unable to find nny cluo
ns to tho cause of the switch nt Lat
imer beinjr open, which is thought to
havo caused tho wreck.
Messers. Clino and PnrBon$ were
Nnda visitors Monday. Tho former
has purchased 320 acres of school
land adjoining L. A. Culmsco's. Af
ter closer investigation ho decided not
to sell at present, but will put down
n well and make some improvements
as tho land is particularly choice and
ndnptablo to irrigation.
Sahara, June 2, 1920.
Mrs. J. B. Reynolds und son Burton
left for Modcna on Tuesday where
they expect to spend a couplo of
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Grif
fin Word has been received from F. T.
Howlnnd that his mother is on tho
way to recovery which we are all
glnd to know.
Mrs. C. M. Mngnusscn and daugh
ter Mrs. H. C. Duvis left for Salt ,
Mr Olaf Johnson nnd his witness
es, Messrs, Griffin nnd Joo Yooman
have gone to make final proof on
his homostend hero nt Sahara.
Mrs. G. Cam and Miss Tncomn
Baker went for u long horseback
ride Monday nnd on their way homo
stopped to call on Mrs. II. C. Davis
Thcro will bo a club meeting nt
tho school house on Saturday even
ing, June 5. Everybody come.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Corn will be leav
ing for a visit in tho Enst in the near
future. We nil hope they will soon
Knnurrn, Utah, Juno 3, 1920.
Mrs. Frank Anderson nnd son, of
Echo Farm, spent n week visiting her
mother, Aunt Mary Williams, and oth
er relatives horc, returning homo last
Two more families havo boon
quarantined this wok for whooping
cough but tho quarantine hns been
i raised from all others.
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Memorial Day this year brings with it a new touch of sentiment
tfi tho return of tho bodies of our oldlers who gave up thoir tlvos
6B tho battlefields- of France. Many hundred now graves have al
ready been turned. It is thought virtually all of tho bodies will bo
ta our own soil by the end of tho year. These pictures show some of
Ik lag-lrapod caslt&ts. upon urrlval at our Atlantic port docks. -
SMALLEST STAGE STAR
ALSO A STUDENT
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This llttlo miss, Lillian Roth,
eight years old, is the youngest
thoatrical star on Broadway
appearing in a featuro rolo in
Honry W. Savage's production of
"Shavings." Littlo glrl3 who seo
tho tiny star gainiug such famo
naturally wish that they, too,
might havo such an opportunity,
ntlll it thoy know that beside her
acting, Lillian spends almost as
many hours a day as thoy do por
ing over her school books they
would realize, that success comes
only through' hard work.
Rep. Jos. S. Snow of Washington
county, was in town n short time Inst
Wednesday on his way back from tho
DR. J. J. BUSWELL
of Salt Lake City, will be, nt the Hotel
Cedars Monday noon until 2 p. m.1
Tuesday, June 7 nnd 8. No chnrge for
testing eyes. References. Glasses
are worn for health as well as vision.
Ask nny user and they will unhesi
tatingly tell you that tho Royal is tho
best typewriter on tho morket. It
costs a fow dollars more than its com
petitors, the price now being $115.00
f. o. b. Salt Lako City. But remem
I ber, "The best is nlwnys tho cheapest."
Let us explain its points of superior
ity. IRON COUNTY RECORD, local
Yes, we now havo plenty of water
and to spare. Everybody seem3 to
be tired of irrigating and ditch mak
ing from tho looks of some of tho
For the first time since our moun
tain rond was built wo are completely
sht I off from tho mountain. Whore
sheep tiui' and horseback crossings
I were are now gullies cut from 5 to
,7 fet deep nnd sheep are compelled to
use the old Union Road built about
Crops havo never looked more prom
ising than now but grasshoppers are
making their appearance, anywhere
from 25 to CO hoppers scamper at
every step you take on certain nlfalfa
patches. From tho looks of the hay
fields there will be heard the sound of
tho mower about the 15th. Tho corn
and other grain acreage is larger than
the Inst few years nnd looks fine.
SET BEFORE HIM
Eight Years Trouble Gone and
Feels Fine Every Day Since
''Since I commenced taking Tanlac
all my troubles of eight years stand
ing have left me nnd I can do as big
a day's work as any man," said J.
Curry, a well known flagmun on the
Key Route System who lives nt 577
West Eleventh St., Oakland Cal.
"I had the worst sort of cronic indi
gestion," continued Mr. Curry. "I
could hardly retain u thing on my
stomach and had spells of belching
and nausea almost every meal und
a bad taste in my mouth nearly all
tho time. I was so badly constipated
that I had to tako a laxative nearly
every day, was troubled a lot with
lumbago and was so nervous that at
night that I would roll und tumble
from ono side of the bed to the other
without getting nenr enough sleep
and when morning came I would bo
so tired I simply had to drag myself
"I began taking Tunlac nnd wil sny
right horo it measures up to every
thing people say of it, for it has put
me back in ns fine henlth us I ever
was. I cat anything set before me
without the slightest bad after
effects. I sleep like a log every night
and nil my other troubles are gone.
1 1 havo more life and energy about
mo than have had in years and can't
praise Tanlac enough, for it is tho
most dependable medicine I over
I heard of."
Tnnlnc is for sale in Cedar City by
the Cedar City Drug Company, and
in Parowan by the Pnrowun Drug Co.
I ARE YOU 1
A FARMEPx carrying an
express package from
a big maiUorder house was
accosted by a local dealer.
"Why didn't jcii bug thai ktli
a of goodi from me? I could haoa
imxJv' th cxprtu, and bcttdtt
you would hao txen patronlitng a
hunt iter, which AWju (km th
last and build up thh locality. "
The fatxr.it looted at tin mer
chant a moment and then tatdl
1 "Why don't xwo patnnUt your
tail paper andadocttlM I tai It
II hae hut." H
Cedar City Opera House
I WALTERS COMPANY '
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PxrldEiy, Tune X. 1 ';
THE CRIflE OF SILENCE ',1
That Wonderful Mother of Mine I
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Clara Preston Leading Roles 1
VERA EPPERSON WILL SING EACH EVENING I
WASTE HAS BUT LITTLE
PLACE IN MODERN INDUSTRY
America, tho most profligate coun
try in tho world is learning to cut
its extravagance, nt lea3t in industry.
How carefully work nust bo dono
in tire and tube manufacturing will
be n revelation to motorigts who read
A gnng of men on n cnllcndcring
machine nt tho Goodyear Tire & Rub
ber Company recently broke nil rec
ords for perfect work und percentage
of bud stack for the period of a month.
In February this gang rolled 24,-
450 yards of tube stock for inner tubes i
tho most difficult of nil cnllcndcring: 4
with but one and one-tenth parcont s'
of bad stock. Another gang had a
i percentage of 1.28 for tho month.
The records nro nmazing when it in
considered thnt tube Ktock must bo
rolled almost to one thousandth of an
inch nnd inspectors will roject it if
there is nny appreciable vnrintlon.
Mr. E. II. Sargent, who spent tho
Inttcr part of tho winter and tho early
spring in Cedar, is hero again, keep
ing up his reputation as a good ce
II yftSl our thoughts involuntarily I
I nJVSv tnrn w' Pkasure an( a11'"-
I 1 sr jfe Pationto v 1
I m BtedermarTs
where the best that the season affords in Fresh Meats, Fish, Ham
and Bacon, Sausage, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables is always
to be had. Our Cold Storage Plant insures that everything will
j be kept fresh and wholesome, and meats are permitted time
j to become tender and palatable before being blocked.
Our uppermost desire is to please you. I
Biederman's Market j