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( THE'DISIE ADVOCATE, )II'IIUI BROTHERS. WILKINSON 'Top. CMOS. 5. WIfKNSpN, Editor and Putollsljer, PRIC5 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Por Yeqr. Ye?ntHe Sl.SO .7 5 (!5 0 Thret? yionths In Advance, . . fttriclly Application has been mad? f.ov nuv at the a sc'ujad class matter St. Georpe Poht-offi- c Friday, Sept- - 13, 1901, reliable printed information covering the ground it would be an easy matter to mail a copy to those makirjg inquiry. But it is almost to do this until we have pLce to rent these persons when This class of sufferers they come. means or they could have usually not .afford to go away from home for their health, and the more we cap accommodate here the more Let prosperous will be our times. us try to work the matter up. some L-.- s ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Crosby of the P.ichfield trees of the Sevier Nurser the following bouquet Ruy your thies Reaper gt 7'h? Advocate man: Tom Andrus is home from his trip to 4 iiarlie Wilkinson of the Iron CounKaqab, ty liacord has gone to St. George to The Sevier Nurseries replace all start a paper called The Dixie and his brother Joseph will edit trees that die, the Record in the future. The editor To Rent Furnished House, Ap of this paper was raised with the Willy E. G. Whitehead. kinson boys, and they are like brothers Editor Advo-PA-T'- Bp. Thos. Judd is expected in No one will be more pleased from White River tomorrow. comes we and it hope gt their success, In great big bundles. If you want trees that will grow, buy them of the Sevier Nurseries. Ppitor Crosby of the Richfield All kinds of feed grain rolled at the Reaper was beside himself with joy Roller Mills. tG him. Washington when be sent broadcast a card bearLeo Snow came in from Modena yes ing the following inscription: with freight. terday Girl Baby Crosby, Qur First, R. Snow went to Bellevue yesterE born Sunday, September 8, 1901, at day on a short visit. 4:10 p. m. Weight pounds. Ml Fred Ranee arrived on this mornwell, stage from the north. ing's George is well known in Dixie and Fra trick Sullivan came in from the his many friends and relatives here West mine Wednesday. Key will rejoice with us at his good forF. G. Ranee & Co., Photographers. mic. Bro, Crosby has been married Office at Court House, Watch for cira number of years, hence the unusu- culars. al rejoicing Jos. H. Randall, who has been very We are not entirely satisfied with low the past week, is reported much the reception that is being tendered better this morning. E. H. Earl of Virgin City is here i to The Advocate thus far. with a very painful felon. It is being fast in are as not iptions rolling Dr. Affleck. as they should. Our advertising treated by De Friez is preparing for William patronage for a commencement is the masons to work on his new very fair, but subscribers seem slow brick house onbegin main street. about extending the glad mlt' A George Woodward, St. Georges venpaper cannot be run without a sub- erable philanthropist, celebrated his scription list, and we should dislike 84th birthday on the 10th inst. very much to add another to St. St George Wells left Thursday George's list of deceased newspa- morning to attend the cattle drive at You have now had time to Canaan and pers. surrounding country. see what sort of a paper The AdWe can give you the best trees for vocate is, and we hope all good the least money. Gtiaens will come forward with their asimus McNam vrra, Props. iMonroe, Utah, subscriptions, Sub-s-c- """It is now confidently believed that President McKinley is out of danger and on the rapic road to reThis good news will be covery. hailed with delight all over the United States, .but nowhere with more sincere pleasure than right here in Washington county. The utmost concern has been manifestqjl by the people of this locality for the progress of their president in his battle for. life. At such times as this politics are laid to one side and all good citizens stand forth and decry such dastardly deeds as was at- tempted by the cowardly anarchist at Buffalo last week. tae P. 'G, Miles will advantage of conference rates next month to visit the metropolis and purchase furniture for his newly remodeled residence. Mit Moody returned Thursday on his back to the Canaan Ranch. Mit says the people out that way wish to have a thorough cattle drive in that part of the country. The management of the Washington Roller Mills haye just added a for rolling all kinds ' of feed grain, and are now prepared to handle way ma!-:hi- City, has branched out in business, having purchased the plant of the defunct Falcon at St. George, it being his Intention to start up a new paper at that place in the very near future. Mr, Wilkinsons brother will hereafter conduct the Record, while he, himself, will move to St- - George and guide the destinies of his new venture, which, in such a thrifty, substantial and beautiful place as the metropolis of Dixie, should meet with unqualified success. Mr. Wilkinson has the best wishes of the Mining Review. of being the oldest living reaidenter in Washington county. Bra. Hardy came here in Mav of 1854, w ith Jacob Uau.b-liWashington, Utah, Sep. 12, 1901. N.sw goods have been received at. the and Jesse Knight, and with the ex.'Store. ception of a five years absence has conTbo Turnbovvs have moved into tinued to reside within the county ever since. He has been a prominent man theip new home. Jnuph Maxwell of Glendaie was here in St. George city and Washington county, and served as county sheriff with & load of lumber this week. during the palmy days of Silver Reef. in came Wilkins from tha James He was also a prominent figure iu the sheep herd la9t week after quite a stay old organization of the Nauvoo militia, at the herd. with rank as a colonel. Bp. B. Y. McMullin of Leeds was over to the mill last week and brought Bp. T. S. Terry presented us yesterday fruit with him morning with half a dozen of the finest Mrs Godfrey Gubier presented her peaches we have seen for many a day. husband with an eleven pound daugh- The fruit was raised on his carefully ter on the 8th inst. cultivated farm on the Beaver Dams, Drummers Jacobs and DeWolfe were and represented the following choice doing business with the merchants of varieties: Orange Cling, Delyer, Dix ie and a new specie which is remarkthis place yesterday, Miss Maggie Averett Is home again. able, for the fact that the tree never measured She has been staying the summer with blooms. Some of the peaches diameter and would weigh her aunt, Mrs. Chas. S. Wilkinson. 10 inches in less than 10 pounds each. something Angus C. Woodbury and wife were Last week Bp. Terry sold five peaches over on business on the 10th inst.. Mr. at the railroad that weighed 4 pounds Woodbury will be the principal of our at 12 cents per pound. This illustrates school this winter. the advantage of growing a good ar Eddie Nisson and Johnnie Tanner re tiele. Bro Terry obtained his title as turned home yesterday from Beaver bishop through filling that position at and report leaving the B. B. B. Y. Hebron for a number of years. With A. students happy, his daughter Maud K- he was visiting Gilford Averett was accidentally shot friends here for a day Or two. thru his grand toe while alighting from a wagon after being out hunting the A. P. Winsor dropped in to subscribe other day. He is getting along alright for This Advocate one day this week Grandpa Sorenson returned home and entertained us pleasantly for half last week Friday. He had been north an hour. Bro. Winsors name was with his son Andrew Sorenson and originally Windsor, .the d being wife visiting old friends. We are glad dropped at the time himself and to see him home again. brother emigrated to this country to We had the pleasure of listening create a distinction. Four generations Monday evening to Prinbipal Christen- ago. Bro. Winsor says, his progena-tor- s son of the St. George schools, Pres. E. voluntarily made oyer Windsor H. Snow and Prof. John T. Woodbury. Castle to the British Government to be used as a home for all the monarchs. A good time was had. While Sherman Cooper was return- Ever since the dedication of the St. ing from the field in company with George Temple Bro. Winsor has been some other boys on the evening of the ohe of the prominent workers, and an5th' he met with an accident which cost nounces that by actual count he has him his pony. The boys were on performed the ordinance of baptism horseback and riding as boys gen- over 150,000 times. This includes baperally do, when Shermans horse ran tisms for the dead, for health, first against a picket which pierced the ani- baptisms and rebaptisms. m m mal through. It had to be shot. The West Point Copper Company. lesboys say that they have learned a SpeoLil to Halt Lake Tribune. son that they will never forget. St. George, Utah, Sept 6 Judge Marioneaux, District Attorney GreenHOME MISSIONARY LIST. wood, Brig-haJarvis, Mr. Chisholm and Julius Keate have today drawn up Appointments for the Quarter Ending articles of incorporation of the West Point Copper Mining company. December 15, 1901. This valuhas company acquired very eight Washington. Get. IS. -- Samuel H, Wells vnl Isaac C. Mac 'j- able claims lying north of the famous Ofcws-minfarlane. and between the Enterprise Nov. 10. Wm. B, Baker and James McArThe work of developing their fup. thur. properties will be begun at onoe with a Leeds. Oct 80. Melvin M. Harmon and Richard A. good force of men. Morris. The Apex mine is reported as lookNov. 24. David Sptllsbury and Enoch Naegle. The shaft is now down 500 ing fine. Toquervllte. feet below the tunnel level, the last fif? 13. Me M. O. and Edwin James Oct. Bleak Arthur. ty feet of which has been and Is still ia Nov. 24. Gottlieb Schmutz and Levi B. Pace. solid ore. f - - e i t son, J. W. Booth started last Monday to White River on a wheel. By the time Dodges spring was reached both himself and bike were out of wind and he returned to town pushing his wheel. Geo. R. Lund reports the arrival of his first girl baby yesterday morning Geo. has two boys and naturally feels quite elated over the latest acquisition. Mr. Lunds folks are doing nicely. Despite the fact that the present Is Oct 24. Nov. Oct. 17. 13. A. R. Whitehead and Chas. G. Walter H. Slack and Wm. A. c pry Bring-hurs- t II. Russell, E Van Order Noy. 13. 24. Hepry D. Holt and Amos P. Hunt, Oct. 13. Nov. 17. Oct. and Albert West. Harmony. John R. Terry and Oscar De Mill, Wm. J. Snow aud Reuben Gardner. Pine Valley. Harmon Hafen and David H. Can- non. Nov. Oct. 20. Nov, 24. Oot, for the bee industry of Dixie. bury, Nov, 24. A team was started to the Copper Mountain mine with a load of emergenOct. 20. cy provisions for the miners. It was Nov. 10. found that grub was running low, and Oct. 13. a messenger had to be dispatched on Nov. 24. horseback to order a new supply. 27. g Washington Roller Mills Co. 1 E. H. SNOW, Manager, High grade Flour, Graliam, Germade, and otli- Hr er Mill Products always on hand. Sold cheap for 2 cash or exchanged for grists. mills ZZ rat A Complete line of Furniture, Carpets, Wallpaper, all House Furnishings, and Undertakers Supplies. The best line of Carpets ever brought into the City just received. 4t (!V (IV l CITY DRUG STORE J. (IV (iv (iv DEALERS (iv av f i (IV (IV JR. .mv- - MICHELS, Prop. lWTrr 7 Drugs, Patent Medicines, Gi gars, Candies, Stationery, Perfumery, Etc. ptc, jjj Doctors Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. k (IV Saddler and Harness Tlaker. Thi.8 Space is Reserved for x Samuel Judd. WELLS BROS. rUTTUTT BLACKSMITH Carriage AMD WAGON Watchmaker SHOP. Work and Horseshoim? a Specialty. . on applicationfftj-- CITY HARNESS SHOP, F. C. MILES, ALL Proprietor. ..HARNESS, SADDLERY, Branch of the State instruction begins. Each year the Branch Normal has Had the .good fortune to receive spell additions to its library, apparatus and supplies to its laboratories, that the work which can now be carried on cannot be excelled in any high school in the state. A nominal fee of five dollars is No tuition charged for registration. Bedrock bricks. lllll? $&$$&$! charged. Librarian. Contractor Ordered by the president. f Jas J. Booth. promptly procured, OR NO FSB. Send model, sketch, v Book or photo for free report on patentability. Howy to Obtain U.8. and Foreign Patents and 7PREE. Fairest terms ever offered to inrentors.C j) PATENT LAWYERS OF 2 YEARS PRACTICE. ( , All 20,000 PATENTS PROCURED ThROUGH THEM. business eonfidcntial. Sound advice. Ft. onfall j service. Moderate charges. coj WASHINGTON, 0. C. i ;&4 & Builder. Contracts for completing of buildings a spec-- f ialty. Ot my figures before letting your contract to olh- ers. It will pay you. all kinds To u. 8. Patent Office, " WILLIAM MARSHALL, This Space is Sold 0pp. $3$ W. Pace, 2nd North Street, ...ST. GEORGE. UTAH... ETC.. Annuals may be had on application jj Itftf fj-ff- . WORK GUARANTEED. With J. Heavy Harness and Strong Stock Saddles ?. Specialty. Bridles, Bits, Spurs, Nose ReSacks, Hobbles, etc. pairing done on short notice. Normal School of the U. of U. will open Sept. 11th for the entrance examination. Monday, Sept. 16th, class f f x?o . BRANCH NORMAL SCHOOL, CEDAR CITY. PATENT LAWYERS, & Jeweler... Watches, (locks and jewelry of all kinds repaired. New Cases and Movements ordered . C. A. SNOW & J. SMITH, D. Wor-the- . vj Samuel Miles, Jr. Sister Annie Snow has our spmpatby in the loss of her child which passed away shortly after tea oclock last Monday evening, of malaria fever. The little one was laid Jacob Frei and Harmon Wittwetv to rest at 4 oclock p. m. Tuesday 5anta Clara. Wm. O. Bentley aud E. B, Snow, Jr. Sister Snow Is the widoVed wife of the Samuel L. Adams and Joseph Webb. late lamented Erastus B. Snow, and Ounloek. has the deepest sympathy of the en Walter Knell and Oliver Thornton. tire communitv. Frank N. Bleak and Geo. W. to the 3 3ZS 53SS6SCSSSSSS3S33SS s E. 8. Snow Furniture Store. John McNeil wa9 exhibiting some rich specimens of lead and galena ore last Wednesday which he had discovered only a short distance from his home on the black ridge west of town. Mr. McNeil looated the ground and is now engaged in development work. If he succeeds in uncovering a good ledge he will have a bonanza. fee is I Weshington, Utah. will work on their ground Everything in the Saddle and Harness line at Bottom prices. north of the Apex while the latter will Half Block West of Court House. develop the Lone Pine mine near They expect to be gone for some time. The Southern Fur-- G 9 C 9 ordered on commission. Furniture C Call and see our samples of Made to 9 Order Clothing. 9 Plato. Jos. D. Cox and R, B. Gardner. Wallace Mathis and Ernest Re her. Price. David H. Cannou and John T Wood- Hebroif. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. J. B. Christian Oct. 13. Arthur V. Lee and Wm. Edwards. 6 lost their months old baby Tuesday. 5t. Joe. Spinal meningitis was attributed as the Nov. 9. Albert Frehner and Orange D. Lee cause of the littleones death. Funeral in evening Overtou, 10th, iu afternoon. St, in evening. services were held at the residence of Thomas Wm. B. Baker and Wm. G. Miles, Jr., at LitWednesthe parents at three oclock tlefield Oct. 12; at Bunker ville Oct. 13th, to be day. Dr. Higgins had charge of the joined at Bunkerville by Arthur Bunker and St. George is a natuial itifirmary case. The Advocate extends condol- Frank S. Leavitt. Overton. Oct. 14th, in evening; St. Joe, Oct. 15th at 1p.m.; St Thomas, Oct. for people suffering with consump- ence. 15th, in evening; Mesquet, Oct. i6th, in evening. tion and all lung diseases, and it is Pres. E. H. Snow and Coun. Thos. P. Jos. T. Atkin aud James McArthur at Enterprise, Oct 10th, at 2 p. m. ; Hebron in evening; our own fault that we do not have Cottam returned last Saturday from Clover Valley, evening of 11th; Panaca, evenmore of this class of residents, es- their tour of the settlements along the ing of 12. aud afternoon and evening of 13; to and found the people confident- he joined at Panaca by Milton S. Lee and Levi pecially during the winter season. Muddy, ly expecting the railroad, which accord- Syphus. Lund, Oct. 16; Preston, 17; GeorgeIn the first place we need a great town 18, aud Eagle Valley on return. ing to the O. S. L. surveys will cross E. Hr Snow. houses more to desrent; (house the upper part of the valley. A many Thos. P. Cottam, room in the winter is scarcely ob- cription of the country and people will Stake Presidency. tainable at any price.) Then some- be given later. Notice. J. B. Hall, who has purchased the thing should be done in the direction bids will be received until the Sealed of piping the culinary water, and Barboe and Walker tailings on a roy- l of September, wenty-sevent- h day from came on in the stage last if not least, some good respon- alty basis, of the for the 1901, inclusive, purchase reand sible advertising should be done in the north Wednesday morning, 2nd and 4th ward school houses and is that moving along everything cent order that the outside people should ports now regarding his plans for a grounds, without water. Fifty per serenely know the benefiis of our warm leeching plant to handle the tailings. of the purchase price to be paid and the balance within healthful climate. Every little while The big strike has interfered materi- at time of sale one year. ' Bids received by Chairman Union the but his with or other prominent ally project, the postmaster The board reservWorks at San Francisco, which I. C. Macfarlane. individuals receive letters of inquiry Iron has his order, is working about half a ing the right to reject any and all bids expects to have his The school district also has a numregarding the climate, chances to force of men and for the last ready shipment machinery all if of heating stoves for sale. we should and ber rent rooms, etc., Mr. Hall seems well of this week. order of the Board of Trustees. By his with investment. and up pleased get yontribute something SON: Goods, Groceries, Gents Par-asho- Hip-gin- 5pringdale, Jaipcft M Ballard and Alonzo 8. M'QUARRIE & former Samuel Isom and Ira Bradshaw. Grafton. 27. R. t Virgin City, Nov, 17 Brigham Jarvis and Mahonri M. Robt. Chisholm and John Ryson ftnow, eacli leave the first of next week with 30. K. Gifford and Wm, Rensch. Moses Oct a few men to commence development Rockville. Oct. 20. Wm. J. B. Carter and Wm. H. Thomp- work on their copper prospects. The Nov. a good year for the production of honey, the Morris Brothers ing: Charles S. Wilkinson, the able editor report that they have put up over one This speaks well of the Tron County Record at Cedar thousand gallons. A. P. Hardy WASHINGTON. this class of work. W11 1. C. Higgins, founder of the Iron County Record, and now editor of the Mining Review, published at Salt Lake and conceded to be the highest class publication in the state, has our thanks for the follow- not considered Chit Chut. claims the distinction OUR CORRESPONDENTS, ST. i GSORCJE, - UTAH. Subscribe for THE ADVOCATE $i.5o per year.