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'l W E D Vol. o St. George, Washington County, Utah, 3. Thursday, Oct. Bp. T. J. Jones is behind the counter e at the Spencers store during the RELIGION absence of bis daughter, Mrs. Roundy who is at Kannara. CORRESPONDENTS. Emma ARE REVIVED. Bp. Wm. Abbott of Mesquite spoke to a well filled bouse Sunday Evening on the Organization and Doctrines of Items of Interest Collected for the the Reorganized Church of JesasChrist Organization Effected hi St George and of Latter-daSaints. Advocate Readers. Other Wards. The Y. L. M. I. A. have invitations out for their Annual Dime Day Social, OCCURRENCES IN VARIOUS TOWNS. this time a Sunflower Party to be SUPERINTENDENT GARDNER PRESENT. held Thursday Evening. They Bloomington Child fleets With Re- will hold their first regular meeting Officers and Instructors for the St. on Sunday Evening next. markable Accident George Ward arc Dixie News. LETTERS FROM CUSSES ab-th- LEEDS A marked Sept. 23rd Mr. E. 1903. Paris brought goods for Han- Sept. 2ltb, i903. sons store Monday. four years old while the Yesterday Johtijr Tullis was again a visitor in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Larson the lower part of town last vvaek. was getting in an unloaded wagon the The weather is a few degrees warmer, learn started and the little one was and a scarciety of rain drops is felt. thrown under the wheel, the team Mrs. Susanna Harris who has been being slopped just in time to balance sick with chills and fevr is much betthe wheel on her head. She was taken apparently uninjured. Bro. and Sister Samuel Miles have tnoved to St. George to live. Their residents at Price covers a period of about thirty years. Bro. Miles has been Justice of the Peace trm. my years and has served as Ward Clerk since the orginization of the watd 1S76. On the evening of the 20;h. most of the adult members of tue ward paid Bro and Sister Miles a farewell visit at their home. The time was spent nntill eleven oclock in conversa-anrendering songs recitations etc. Up pleas-entl- Sept. 23, 1903. SPRINGDALE y d TOQUERVILLE ter. The Young Ladies will begin the work of the season this evening with a feast for the body as well as the spirit. Miss. Anna Adams of Parowun was here Satuiday. Her friends among the Normal students were glud to see her. Sept. 28th, 1903. Yq had a flu': raia la;, night and 7. either still indicates more. Several of onr townspeople will attend the conference at Salt Lake ti-- Citv. Firf.t drying Is nearly all over and ill retuiC Bp. Wm. A. Br'mghaisi. uiC people are preparing for the maktonight from attending the Irrigation . ) ing of molasses. ' Congress at 'Ogden. St. f i David Esplinanl w'fe of Orderville, Will Roundy. who has been residing at the Danish ranch, has purchased a spent a few days with our bishop last home here and wi move his family week, bottling fruit. Samuel K. Gifford and his grandson, here for the winter that his children John J Grifford, and tvife, returned may go to school. from St. Saturday where they Our population will have still anothhad been laboring in t.he temple for the er increase of about seventeen when L. weeks. J. Slack anJ family active tomorrow past three from Pima, Aris., where they have resided for the past three years. LUND, NEVADA Many teams from the northern settlements have been down for fruit, notSepr. 2oth, 1903. withstanding the vast amount that has S. A. Gardener is at Gulser working been convevei north by the great a few days. army of peddlers that have been making Y. H. Ivins has gone to Current regular trips during the season. Our Creek for fru.t. is to not equal supply, though large, J. It. Lee left this week for Ely with the demand, especially in the peach a loal of produce. Jino. H. L. Carter is hauling lu nher from the sawmill to the mines. VIRGEN CITY The threshing machine is running at full blat and doing good work under Sep:. 23, 1903. Jos Oxburrow. Miss Catharine Hinton started for the A. U. Whitehead returned from St. Branch Normal yesterday. George Sept. 23rl, bringing with him A baby boy was born to Mrs. Carrie Miss Eva Cunoon who will teach the Wright on the 21st. Mother and child primary school at this place during the coming winter. ire well. Those who have raised cane this year :are now ready to begin their molasses ROCKVILLE ..making. It is supposed that there will be less than an average amount of molasses this fall. Sept. 28th. 1903. We were favored with a beautiful The weather is quite cool and showery a rain storm last $oday. The people are not ready for night and it is still down today. stOrm yet, as there is a quantity of fruit ready to be dried and other work Oscar Deroill started for Salt Lake waiting We hope it will soon clear up City yesterday to attend conference. without frost. Jacob Langston and daughter Miss Miss Laverna Isom is intending to Maud Langston, from Hinckl y, are start next Saturday for Salt Lake City visiting in this place. The making of inolases has begun. where she will attend school at the decided jet University. She.fliis JTbe fruit drying season is nearly enwhether she will complete ihe Normal ded. course or specialize in elocution and Mrs Averett in company with othors drawing. Her mother will accompany from Kunab, were here this week for a her to Salt Lake and stay there until load of fruit. after October Conference. BOHN To Mr. anl Mrs. Orley Dalton, a boy on the Gtb inst., and to Mr. and Mrs Jacob Lang.-- ton, a girl on the 24th inst. ...PUNKERVILLE. . , , v 11 com-miu- g , Sour Stomach. When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich, sour stomach is likely to follow, aud especially so if the digestiou has been weakened by constipation. Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food. absence latters Masticate the food thoroughly. Let five during the hours elapse between meats, and when eorge. feel a fullness and weight iu the the infant daughter of Albert you region of the stomach after eating, take n Hafen died Sept. 17jof Spinal Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab;itU. Funeral services were lets and the sour stomach may be avoided. For sale by all dealers. s day following. Sept. 23rd, 1903. ar Bunker is on the sick list ek but is now improving. Miss Hugh Bunker has taken, Bun-or- e in a place as saleswomen their labors might result in good. Very little attention lias been given, THE STATE FAIR comparatively speaking, to religion classes in St. George, heretofore, and BE GREAT. parents .will doubtless welcome this iR the direction of the awakening proper training aud care of the chilSupervisors and Eiredcrs are Exerting dren. The stake offiieers have also visited Every Effort. other wards in the stake where they have made organizations, and are intending to make calls at the remainder RACES WILL BE POTNEhT FEATURE. of the towns. The list of appointments at the wards already viVued are as fol- No End of Amusements Provided lows: Special Rates on AH Washington Ward Supt., Andrew The Raiircads. Sproul, Instructors, Jom T Wood tiiry'ana Andrew Sproul. ox The greases! fair in the histr"-Sauta Clara Ward Supt., Ernest Iteber. Instructors!! Loo Suow and Utah will be held iu Salt Lake city AU6 week, commencing October 1st. In the Ella Stucki. Gunlock Ward Supt., Zera Terry. past there have been Fairs, Street Instructors, Emma Ilolt and Kate Fairs, Carnivals, Jubilees and Expositions held in the iutermountain counBunker. try, but none of them will compare with the State Fair to be held this year. MAY BUILD BRAHCH. The supervisors and directors areexert-inevery effort to make this one of the San Pedro Officials With Air. Milner grandest events in the history of the state. . - Visit Desert Mound. Thousands of dollars have been spent ou impvoyeracnts on the ne'Y fjP.r Iron County Record. j Last Thursday jncruing Mail Con- grounds. !rhe races will be a feature o i tractor Root licoeived a telegraphic Ihe fair this year and the association offered purse amounting to $3,000, suinuws.iobjat Lund the following has which is $4,000 more than has ever been mornipg with conveyances to meet Col. offered at a race meet in this city beMi uer and party, consisting of Senator Kearns aud other San Pedro officials, fore. The amusements offered this year are and conduct them to the iron fields of of the best, among which are the famthis couuty. This the obliging contractor hastened to do and the party of ous Stiener Brothers, who were the stars with Ringling Brothers Circus. capitalists aud promoters have spent the last p.vq djys ia look'rg over the The Famous Cycle Whirl will also be ou'.e of the proposed branch to Desert one of its attractions. In addition to these there will he Vaudeville and viewing iht v ocderful iron deaerial acts; their will be balloon posits and tukliff ft e&iitial survey of and parachute jumps. Not the situation here generally. The parbe! amusements of all there! will only ly took dinner at Mr. Roots mail staOf all kiMs of Utah exhibits kinds, tion at Iron Springs yesterday und cattle and si&ep,1 but products; sryfot last, night at Ibe Page lioti!'l near there will be a mighty Midway, the like iron mountain. of which has never been seen in this Of course it is yet too early to ascerof the country. A street which is tain what conclusions have been ar- part a good imitation of the paved streets rived at, but it is not likely that the of the city, has been built by the assoenthusiusnin of the gentlemen .vho are and this &treet will be lined ciation, visiting the locality for the first time from one end to the other with shows will be eooled by un inspection of the of all kinds aud description. There iron deposits, and to us it seems to herwill he a Vaudeville ald the early construction of the proOld Plantation Show, Oriental Theatre, jected branch line. If this is done the the Electric Theater, The Fire remainder of the program mapped out Village, The Dancer, Angel of the Air, the Palby Mr. Milner and Senator Clark, in- ace of and a number of other Illusions cluding the establishment of smelters shows of a quality unsurpassed. and mills for the reduction of the ores, The railroads have made special rates and the building up of a thrifty town to Salt Lake, and there is no doubt but at Desert Mound, will no doubt follow. what their capacity will be tested from Senator Clark was not a a member of all Salt Lake will have and points, the party ns was expected, urgent busi- cause to be proud of the attendance at ness calling him to California. Utahs Greatest State Fair. revival iu religion ciefcs work is noticable in the St. George stake this fall. The stake officers, Supt William Gardner, with his aides, Wm. J. Snow of Pine Valley, and W. E. Bench of this place, arc canvassing the entire district, appointing officers in the various wards, and giving instructions on the religion class work. A meeting was held in St. George last Sunday night, the congregation beiDg addressed by Snpls. Gardner and Snow, Pres. Thos. I. Outturn aud Elder A. M, Merril. Elder Wm. J. Snow was the first, speaker, giving a history of religion class work. Called attention to the necessity for such organizations and spoke of the successive moves which had been made ia this direction. Instruction iu theology had been found necessary in various schools and colleges throughout the continent. Sthad been said that the intellectual standard than the relighigher in A''-rihs aud moral, a ruuctiuu liaJ L.; gun along these lines. Speaker referred t o 1 e action taken by Brigham oung for the organization of icligion classes in Utah. Said that the idea had grown since that time, and that the importance nJMhis workAva more Lilly reiized now than ever before. Encouraged the people to give their assistance to the officers appointed in St. George, and to assist to make the work a success. Elder Wm. Gardner felt hie weakness and dependence in the performance of his duties as snperintf ndent of the religion classes. Thought that it was an important calling, and while ire shrank from responsibility, was pleased to have the privilege of serving in such a capacity. Was fully convinced of the importance of educating the young iu religious as well as in other branches. Said that his religion was worth all else to him, and wishel to see these convictions become dear to his children and to the children of his bretliern and sisters: Advised that the young be TO THE TiABE. taught in manners and morals, and in all branches of learning that is elevating. We have a quarto Vaugn Tiie following list of officers and inc tinder newspaper press, Ideal hand structors was rea l for the St. George complete with inking apparatus, just wards: Ward superintendent.. Prof. A. M. as good; as new, which we will dispose Merrill. Instructors, Joseph Walker, of very cheap for cash. This is a very Meuzies Macfarlaue, Maud Snow, Marpress for a country newstin McAllister, Maud Bencher, Lena satisfactory he confused with Nelson. Emma Maerarlane, Maud Aus- paper, aud should not Washington hand tin, Mrs. Jennie Clark, and Miss Anna the Webb, with Horatio Pickett, May Bent- press or small army. Some of our exchanges that are conley and Ethel Jaryis as assistants. Elder A. M. Merrill, being asked to templating installing a better press occupy a short time, said that he ac- would do well to write us for prices. cepted gladly the p isition which had RECORD. COUNTY IRON been assigned to him. for several reasons. First he believed that Elder n. I. A. Notice. Gardner and the other stake officers had been delegated by God to perform District Conferences will be held in the labor to which they had been called, the interests of the M. I. A. in the St. aud iu the same measure lie felt the imGeorge Stake of Zion, as fowows. Pana-ca- , portance of his own aj lointment. lie Sunday October lltli, 1903. at slso had a love for I. is religion, for the M. I. A. of Nev. to embrace the belief of his fathers, and it gave him Panuca, Clover valley, Eagle valley, pleasure to impart instructions in those and lahranagat Yailey. lis.es to the young. lie felt that he Sunday Oct. 18th, at Lund, White could appreciate the benefits arising River valley, to ebraco all settlements from the religion class work, aud iu the valley. thought that this would at some time Sunday oct. 23th, at Pine Valley, to beeoine one of the most important or- embrace Pine Valley, Pinto, Hebron, ganizations in the chnreli. Hoped that Enterprise, and Guuloek. he might set an example which would Sunday Nov. 8tli, at Virgen City, to be worthy of imitation by the young, embrace Virgen City, Toquerville, and desired that he should be instru- Leeds, Grafton, Rockville and Spring-dale- . mental in doing good while he remained in St. George, Sunday Nov. l.Vtli, at Buukerv,lle Pres. Cottam was fully in sympathy Nev. to embrace Bunkerville, Littlewith the work and, exhorted the peo- field, Mesquite, St Thomas and Overple to show their appreciation of the ton. efforts of the officers. Uurged them to All Ward M. I. A. Officers are expectsend their children io the religion ed to be present at the conference held classes, for he assured them that the in their district. D. II. Moiuus little ones would be greatly benefited. Felt thankful for the interest manifestStake Supt. Y. M. M. A. ed by the stake superintendency, Eider Rosa Jarvis Stake President of Y. L. M. I. A. Merrill and others, and prayed that a 1 No. 4 WILL y BLOOA11NGTON 1, 1903 - six-co- man-killi- ng l. y g ho-e- Merry-go-roun- For Sale I Two and one half city lots and three and one half shares of water, crops, house and furniture. Apply to John Grfiy, St. George, Uah. A bevy of young ladies, including teachers from the Woodward school, mounted horses Satuday morning and and took a gallop down to the Experiment Farm. The young ladies declare it to have been the one ride of their lives. KiiMrgpiicy Melicine It is a great convenience to have at hand reliable lemedies for use in cases of accident and for slight injuries and ailments. A good liniment and on that is fast becoming a favorite if not a household necessity is Chamberlains Pain Bui in. By appljiug it promptly to a cut, bruise or burn it allays the pain and causes the injury to heal in about one-thirthe time usually reaud as is au antiseptic it preit quired, vents any danger of blood poisoning. When Pain Balm is kept ut hand a sprain may be treated before inflammation sets in. which insures a quick re For sale by all dealers. covery. d The most attractive party of the season will be given next Friday evening by the Mutual Improvement Associations of the St. George wards. A nice program of dancing, interspersed with recitations, songs, speeches, etc., will be carried out, and refreshments under the Young Ladies Association, will he served. The party is given by the offi cers to the members of the organizations as a token of fellowship and good feeling. It will he free. All of the members of the associations and all who intend becoming members or intend to join in the Mutual improvement work this winter are invited to attend.