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OUR CORRESPONDENTS. Normal school the coming winter: Mrs. E. Bunker Jr. and her son Hugh have goue to Modena. Mrs. , Bunker HEBRON'. continued from page j ohduh. suh. said the waiter. "Two regular dinners. said Mr. Jobwill only go to Gunlock where she will son. put up fruit. De regluh dinnuh. suh, said the A merry party of young folks gave waiter, is suhved at five u clock, suh. Lillian and Arthur Buuker, a pleasant j an tits ony uh quahtub t five now. surprise party on Wednesday eyeuiug, suh.. Ef yoalls wants tuh wait, suh, Ahll tek yo ohduh an September 15, 1900. p The Pinto threshing machine all threshed the grain in this section last week. The crop wa9 light, les8 than one thousand bushels. Geo. S. Coleman is here gathering ;Stock to take to his home in Piute Co. Mrs. MeElprang, son and daughter are here from Emery Co. visiting relatives. Thej expect to remain two j I co-o- Jobson to Mrs. Jobson. rising sternly and) taking his hat. we shall take our immediate departure from this place. and then he clomped out, Mrs. Jobson' following Madam. ' weeks. saicP Mr. him. Where are we going now? said Mrs. Jobson, when they got outside. Where are we going, madam? said Mr. Jobson. in a tone of suppressed fury. tWhere else are we going but home? We are going home to get woman. something to eat. thats where we are going. Mrs. Jobson. And the next time Emery Huntsman, Frank and Zena you wheedle me into giving my consent Hunt have gone to Rabbit Valley. to any such idiotic scheme as this the next time you suceeed in bamboozling HARMOXT. me into abandoning the comforts of a that I have slaved and toiled for home September 19, 1900. years to get together the next time Miss Alice Redd has gone to Salt you put up a job like this on me. for Lake to attend the University. the sake of getting out of the necessity VIRGIN. of seeing that your husbands dinner b A party of young people went to a and served for him under his cooked Missionary farewell ball atKanaraville Sept. 13, 1900. own vine and fig tree theres going to last night. be a schism and a split in the Jobson (Received too late for last issue.) Have had very pleasant weather for Jos. Humphries is employed by Ves family. Mrs. Jobson. and when its all be the one wearing the last came over I frost the but September Earl of Dnncan in harvesting his cane sackclothwont ashes! and is later ten about which days night, crop. went home and Then the Jobsons than we usually have it. on Fanny Sanders is up at the mill dry- dined canned salmon, sardines, Neuf-chatThe conference and County Fair vischeese, crackers and' tea. Washfruit. itors report having had a pleasant time. ing Sn- Rosa Pratt and Nellie Bliss returned ington from Panguitch where they have been .LITTLEFIELD, ARIZONA. Scandal. visiting relatives during the summer. We all know what we think in our September 20, 1900. Oliver Stratton and son have gone to hearts of the man who seeks to amuse Samuel Reber and daughter Dora of Deseret with fruit. an acquaintance by speaking ill of his Santa Clara are here on business. no useful purGossip set-vMintie Bunker and son Arthur pass-- ! George last week to attend conference neighbor. pose an when indulged in it is not ed through here the 16th enroute to and the fair. slow to become scandal. We feel how Cedar city where Arthur expects to at- - j j0hn Hastings and Miss Martha Jep-ten- d bear to.- temptation is when we read a school the coming winter. son paid a visit to the county clerk and description of it in the vigorous languAbbott of Bunkerville was were married in the temple Sept. ,12. age of Horace Fletcher. . James A reception will be given at the home ' A sewer is a oiianael for the conveyhere during the week on business. Fourth cutting of lucern is all stack-- ! of the bride Thursday evening and a ance of disagreeable matter. grand ball Friday night in the Social ed. Another cutting is looked for. Any person who receives and carries Hall. mean reports and sus iocs of his Stephen Blinker has another force of ne ghb or is tuercior . human sewer. men at work on his new ditch, He exTOQUERVILLE. A g i sewer is a gov..n tmag. It repects to have it completed in time to ceives disagreeaoic matter and carries put in fall grain. 20, 1900? September . it along, hidden from sight and away Weather quite cool every appearance from the otheC senses, to some SPRINGDALE. of an early autumn. place and discharges it there Health of the people generally good. Sebtember 20, 1900. A leaky sewer is an abomination. is season over. Fruit drying Mrs. Martin Foy of Panguitch was in Human sewers usually leak. selland fruit wn a on to I once had a friend, an otherwise the Joseph Naegle gave yesterday buying party evening of the 14th. The ball was good fellow, who had acquired the habing salt. Wm. Langston, Frank Stratton and quite a soecess, and all enjoyed it im- it of collecting and distributing social Ed Huber were here during the week mensely. The Ranee Bros, furnished sewage. He was not amendable to logmusic for the occasion. ical suggestion against the habit He buying fruit to peddle in the north. Miss Annie McAllister has been vis- held the idea that a spade should be John A. Winder starts north today iting relatives and friends here but called a spade and that if disagreeable with fresh and dried fruits. has returned to St. George. things existed, honesty required that Quite a number of our boys are in the Rodney Jackson,' and Sister Artie they be discussed. One day, when my mountains gathering stock. to Cedar city to attend the have friend was carrying an unusually heayy Sorghum cane all cut and sorghum Fair. gone a small scale. on making has began load of sewage and was distributing it wife of Horace Slack, a to the Born, of this place Many of the children freely, this tnought came into my mind son. have the croup. and I gave it utterance. The third crop of hay is almost in. WASHINGTON'. You remind me of a sewer, said I There might have been a serious im- September 21, 1900. BUNKERVILLE, NEV. T. J. Jones Jr. of Overton was here pairtuent of our friendship as the re September 17, 1900. s It of mv utterance had T not inline 'i- during Conference- Moses Gibson and wife, of Overton Willard Larson is on the sick list, atelv followed mv offensive remark passed through here Saturday with Hall, Dayid Turner R. Han- - an apology and a brotherly explanation, their son Robert, who is going on a Fphriam nag have gone north with fruit. somewhat in the vein as above. mission. Mrs. Emma Connell home returned My friend is too self- - respecting to alFair and conference visitors report a on Cedar from 12th. the City low himself to be in any way related to good time, having been well paid for Mrs. Harris of Cedar is visitJosie their attendance at conference. a leaky sewer and has reformed beautiOn Thursday last Mrs. G. W. Lee Jr. ing relatives here. fully. A short time since, in speaking Bishop J. T. Jones of Overton was presented her husband with a pair of of the incident, he acknowledged-itbouncing twin boys. All concerned here on the I2th and 13th. effectiveness by saying: 'he-Gfias- s Bancf ga ve a dance on'Th doing nicely. T. I. Fa! wth a load of salt 17th which was well attended. A few J Every time I think of anything mern Youths Com- Flethi.-ito fancy I can smell it. r. wasj of the St. George young people being .iiioa. Brand present. jrh Tom Tullis passed through here with a load of potatoes for DeLamar yesterday. Our school Trustees want a good ' teacher for the winter, either man or . el , - - j : ; Arrive Frisco 7-- 10 a. in. Trains south of Juab do not run on Sundays. Tourists sleepers on all trains between Milford and Salt Lake. The direct line to all points. The only line to Pacifie Northwest, Montana, and all eastern points. For particulars write, S. G. Dye, Agent, Milford, Utah, D. E. Burley, S. W. Eccles, G- - P. & T. A. G. T. M. Salt Lake Citv, Utah. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Rain j i James G. Bleak. j i j Government observer. j ! s , . The last of the Balaclava survivors, James A. White, is dead. He had lived near Upper Sandusky, Ohio since 1857. The battle was made famous by Lore Tennyaons The Charge of the Six hundred and Light Brigade. e men made the charge, aud twbnty-fiomore than six hundred were killed. .