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H . PAGE TWO IKON COUNTY RECOUP, CEDAR CITY, UTAH, FRIDAY. AUGUST 13, 1920.
I "UTAH STATE NEWS
BB I'Nir the first (line in two .wars, n
B county fall' will lie held In Venint.
Bl John Wlililnup, upt'il .y. of Oxden,
BJ was killed In n nuiinwiy accident at
BJ Tho entile range Ih good, nnd slock
Bl are doing well In tlio KOiithorn pint of
BH Tooele county.
B Work Iiiih been resumed on the hard-
BJ RtirThrlng of tlic stale road between
Jlrljrlmm Clly anil Wllliml.
BJj A heavy rain, accompanied by hull,
BJ which visited Vernal, did considerable
Bl diininge to tlic crops of tlio basin.
B Wllinn Ilecder, aged II, of Hrlglinin
BH , (Jily, run a knife blade Into her eje-
BH k lndl anil may loo tlio sight of tlio eye.
BH The Hoy Scouts of tlio four wards
BB of ItrlKluun City are enjoying a week's
BB meal Ion In the hills sixteen miles from
BB Walter Liu-Icy, aged '2, of iirlghiim
BB Oily, wiih fatally Injured In an automo-
BB Idle collision one mile north of the
B Utah Hot Springs.
BB Tho Logan taheniacle choir Ik lie-
BB Jn reorganized and present Indlcn-
BB lions point to the host choir ever or-
BH , ganlzcd lit the city.
BB The Uintah Telephone1 company pe-
BB tltloucd for a raise In Its rental rates
BB at n hearing before the public utilities
BB commission last week.
BB Miss Florence .lohuson, .'() years of
BB ne, of Pnysou, was Injured when an
BB automobile struck a motorcycle driven
BB by Illlniar Larson, near Salt Lake.
Itob Officer, Sam Neel and K. AL
BB (laructt, all of Salt Lake, took tlio
BB titles In the Utah slate tennis tour
BB ney by winning ouj In the finals at
BB ' jikihi.
BB t The jieople of Garfield are vigorous-
BB ly opposing the plan of the Salt Luke
BB Jlouto to eliminate the service of two
BB trains dally- between Salt Lake and
BH The state school offices have been
BH advised from Roosevelt that nri'iinge-
Bj.r meats have been made to keep open
BH v the high school of the district the com-
BH sjhg winter.
BH Joseph W. Smith, 5'J years of nje,
BH an employee of the Salt Lake chenil-
BH cal plant at Iturnicster, six miles north
BH of Grantsvllle, was killed In a fall from
BH a settling tank.
BH The state superintendent of public
BH luHtrtictlon announces that the Slur
BH ray city school district Is the first to
BH submit a report of school district ccn-
BH hum returns for HK!0.
BB' Sadie Whitehead, ngeil 17, who es-
BH caped from the Ogden'lndustrlal school
BB by Jumping from a second-story win-
BH dow, Is being sought by tho police.
BB Her homo Is In Tooele.
BB Announcement Is made that James
BBJ W. Funk of Richmond, president of the
BB state somite, has resigned as federal
BBf fair price commissioner of Utah. Isaac
BB ltliitr Evans Is to have charge of tho
BH Many thousands of acres of wheat,
BH oats, barley and corn owned by home-
BH steaders In the Uintah Indian reserva-
BB tlou are burning up for want of water,
BB according to complaints made by white
BB settlors on the reservation.
BB The secretary of the Harvard cltib
BB of Utah aiiiounces that the annual
BB award of a Harvard scholarship val-
H lied at iJISOO will be made within the
H next few weeks ami that Utah young
BB men desiring to enter Harvard are
BBl privileged to make applications for
HHHI tlui u.-liiiliii'slilii.
H W. H, Onhlll, who recently won al'
BBi wager of a sack of .sugar by carrying
H the 100-pound hag i tulle and a half
H In the heart of Ogdcn, will attempt to
H break his record on August II by car-
H rylng a sack of sugar from the mouth
H of Ogdcu cau.xon to the Iteed hotel,
HHh ubout three miles.
BBh The state board of land commission-
H ers adjourned without taking any nc-
BBh tlou with reference to the proposed dc-
BBl maud, announced some mouths ago,
BBb to be made on the Saltalr 1 leach com
B v puny tor rental of the portion of the
H lake bed of Great Salt lake on which
BBh the pavilion stands.
HHBJ At a meeting between the board ol
BBl regents of tho University of Utah, the
BBm statu board of examiners and the state
BHh Jand board, It was decided that the
BBV land board should advance iJIIO.UOO to
BBh the linlviThlty for the construction of
BBV stables and buildings to house the
BBf equipment of the field artillery Imtter.t
BBB organl.ed at the state school.
BBB In reply to an Inquiry from Joseph'
Bj ;Rrle, state auditor, with reference to
H .the Hi,ments to he made by the state
BHk i, road eommlslou for Hie construction
BHf -,ol' a power Hue between St. George and
B .Cedar City, Hun It. Shields, attorney,
BBV general, has rendered a written oplu
B ' l)18.7.ri Should be paid by the state. i
BBB The Injunction ense brought by the
BBV .Dosoret Irrigation company and othei,
BBV .owners In the Sevier bridge reserved
BBV .against the state engineer, George l"
H .McGquugle, ami L. MeUrlde, watei
BBH commissioner for the lower Seviei
H :rivor, was settled out of court at Fill-'
BBV" jmoro last week.
H Death of three horses belonging to
H Albert Green of West Ogden has been
H traced by the state livestock luspec
H tor to Infectious anemia, otherwise
H known as "swamp fever," believed to
Bj have been caii'-ed by turning the mil-
H mals onto infected pasture.
H Lewis Soreusen was killed by light-
H nlng on bis farm at ltothwell, .Mr. Sor-
H onsen, Uls lli- ear-old son and a hired
H man were operating a combined bar-
H vester la the wheat field, ami an clcc-
H trie storm came up, the party taking
H shelter under a tree, which was struck
H by llghtulug.
HARDLY KEW HER
AT FIRST SIGHT
Miss Peck's Friends Arc Aston
ished By Her Wonderful
"I have gained some eight or ten
pounds since I begnn taking Tnnluc
and feci perfectly splendid in every
way," said Miss Annie I'cck, living at
M21 Charlotte St., Kansas City, Mo.
"I just enn't think of enough gooilj
things to say about Tanlnc," she con
tinued. "My troubles began nbout n year
ago with nervous indigestion mid my
stomach finally got in such n bad con
dition that every tiling I ate disagreed
with me. After every meal I would
bo perfectly miserable from gas form
ing, nnd this gns would press up
ngainst my lungs nnd heart until 1
could honily get my breath. I also
suffered from severe headoches and
became so nervous I rarely ever got a
good night's sleep. Finolly I become
so wcok and run down that I had to
give up trying to do nny work at nil.
"My brother had gotten fine results
from taking Tanlnc so I began taking
it, too, and right from the first I could
just feel my strength coming bnck.
I continued to improve nnd now am as
well and hearty aB any one could wish
to bo nnd never havo a sign of stom
ach trouble or nervousness any more.
I nm looking so much better that my
friends who lmvcn't Been me since I
begnn tnking Tanlnc hardlv know me
at first sight, and I am feeling so per
fectly fine, 1 just want to tell every
body nbout Tanlnc."
Tnnlac is sold in Cedar City by tho
Cedar City Drug Company nnd in
Pnrownn by the Pnrownn Drug Co.
Who Wants It?
I have developed and equip
ped with motor drawn pump, a
well yeilding 300 gallons per
minute (equal to 1 70 arce feet
supply in four months pump
ing) on my land four miles west
of Cedar. Land is cleared and
will be fenced. Will sell 80 or
1 00 acres on easy terms any
time or will lease to responsible
The best bidder gets this op
portunity to secure a fine farm.
Write me what you arc willing
Nat'l Copper Bank, Salt Lake.
Two new bungulows will soon go up
in Cednr, those of II. L, Frishy nnd
Adam Scegmiller. John Isbell will
also begin building soon. There hns
been a substnntinl moderation of
prices of building material, which
means many new homes to go up in
the near future.
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Uncle Sam "I commend him to you, without reservations."
CANNED MEATS , SARDINES,
G ROCERI E S
Pickles, Botlled Vinegar, Sauer Kraut, Crackers, Canned To
matoes, Sweet Potatoes, Soups, Sugar, Corn.
Cedar City Bakery &
I :: Confectionary ::
Last Thursday the Junior Sewing
club, lend by Mrs. Wilford Webster,
hiked up the canyon in time for a six
o'clock brecakfast. Covers were laid
for eight, the following members be
ing present: Mrs. Webster, Lynn
Wood, Olive Lunt, Gwen Hunter, Vir
ginia Corry and Esther Tollestrup.
The cub is wide awake in eevry re
spect. They have several swimming
parties nnd outings planned for tho
MADE $8,500,000 IN
Agreeing to pay 50 per cent on
all money loaned to him for 90
days, Charles Ponzl, former Boa
ton restaurant dishwasher, (s
credited with having raado olght
and one-half million dollars in
eight months. Now Undo Sam Is
Investigating but can find only
that Ponzl manipulated foreign
exchungo coupons. Meanwhile
Ponzl smllos and enjoys bis
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Price 2c. per Word for First Insertion !
and lc. per Word for Each
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. j
N?LYc;RSM?DE,LED, 0,Kht om
home. Sold at a bargain if taken at
once. S. S. Owena, City. Adv tf. ,
FOR SALE CHEAP-A seven room I
residence on tho lane just one block
east of the center of Main Street for
only ?3,000.00 if taken at once.
Cedar City Corporation by,
J. H. ARTHUR, Recorder.
WANTED A competent cook. Good
wages for right applicant. Apply
Cedar's Hotel, Cedar City, Ut. Adv tf
DIXIE POWER COMPANY
A dividend of One Dollnr (S1.00)
per shnro has been declared upon the 1
common stock of tho Dixio Power
Company, payable August 1st, 1920,
to all stock holders of record at thd
close of business July 24th, 1920.