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YIRELESS 5 Year TELEPHONING. Old Boy Is Said to Have Found How to do it. (Continued from first page.) SPRINGDALE. Mining Review. A San Francisco dispatch says: Has Francis McCarty solved the of wireless telephonic commui-eation- ? problem Fhe youngster is confident that he has. His friends have absolute faith in bis invention, and the enthuas-ti- c youngster, who has already succeeded in transmitting his wireless messages four miles, will, in the course of the next few weeks transmit wireless messages to some other point yet to be aelected. Time alone will tell whether or not this boy has succeeded with his crude appliances in accomplishing that which other inventors have expended hundreds of thousands of dollars in and met only with failure, or, at best, only partial success. Francis McCarty, through a series of experiments, has discovered an ap. paratus which will take up the variations of the voice and transmit them wirelessly to great distances. In other words, this fellow, still in the blush of adolescence, has invented a wireless telephone which will carry messages with perfect distinctness and clarity and a distinctness and clarity that vibrating wires from the nature of things can not possibly introduce. His apparatus is simple and uneuinbersotue, connections being instantaneously made. He has based his principle upon the Jan. 3, 1904. was The Ruesch store recently reof goods. stock new a with plenished fine is too much The weather very so, for the good of the good of the country. Sister Nancy Stansworth is staying at our place for a few weeks She is the guest of S K. Crawford. The health of the people is generally good, but Mrs Emily Russell has not wholly recovered, although on the improve. AuJ Mrs. S. K. Larson who gave birth to a baby girl a few weeks since, is getting along very poorly. Christmas and New Years passed off quietly here. There was a Christmas tree, on which were hung presents for all the little tots, and for most of the older ones as well. An appropriate program was rendered before old St. Nick distributed the presents. Ball playing was the principal feature of the day, and at night there was a dance. A was matched between l game of the Springdale and Rockville teams for New Years day, but for some cause the Rockvill team failed to show up. We do not feel so much elated over the prosnect for an electric light plant at the virgin Falls as the Virgin City correspondent appears to. Not that we fail to appeciate that such a plant would be a good thing for the county, but we do object to such a scheme at our expense, as we believe it would be if Mr Lane is granted the 1400 second feet of water that he has applied for as that is more water than there is In the river. If however this can be done without curtailing our water, we have nothing to say. Cold Weather is Gominql Office of the State Board of Land Commit, sioners, Salt Lake City, Utah, Decmber Srd, 1903. NOTICE Is hereby given that, in accordance with law, the State Board of Land Commissioners will, onjannry 9th, 1901. beginning at 10 oclock, a. m. of that day, offer at public auction at the Court House of Wash. Countv, Utah, at St. George. Utah, and sell to the highest bidder for the respective tracts, the d appraised and unsold State Lands situated in W ashington County, Utah: SUBDIVISION Lot 10, block 26. I.ocal sur. map "5 And wc have prepared it by getting a full line of Gents and Ladies, ys and Girls, and Even Babies Underwear. We have follmvi.ig-de-scribe- N4 All All All All EtS SWM 5 SE'i SEi SV J jump-spar- Underoiear 15e to $1.00 per suit, all sizes and styles. We also have a beautiful assortment of Ladies Dress goods, wraps, Gloves, Skirts and UnderWe aim to. satisfy everybodys skirts. needs. Whether their purses are large or small, we can reach them. We would like to have all mothers call and and sec our We carry Coats, Hoods, Babies clothes. Bootees wrappers etc. Just what you want for the little ones! Come and see us. o SW4 SEX W!4 WJ4 NWfc NEY NEt .u Wtf SKY ESS W sy.sEy sm swy NWS N NEW 5 ws E'iiNWU sES SES SW4 S 'i Lots 1, 7, 12, 18, 20 ! and 21, SS Nli't ES SVVg NES NS sEU SES sES ES WC4 NWS NWS NS NWS sws SES THE i SES SWS W4 SWS base-bal- 3iaiid 31, NVI SE'--i 29 SEI O. IP. . n;z BLXJB. Foster, I i-o- ; p. - SHyNE'f Ii4 NW NEJ RE NU4 SWtf WZ All All All All RW4 NEJI theory, the theory Marconi and other inventors of wireless NV'4 NE'4 SV telegraphy have based all their experiSW4 NY'4 N beH SWi, ments upon. nis full intent in the SE'4 NEH of his ginning longdistance experiment NE!4 REV4 sw 'i tav4 was to merely establish a system of NVi SW'i All wireless telegraphing, employing his All own workout principle of variatiug the Ni SWK spark from the ordinary All All coil by a transmitter when the transAll mitter is variated by a telegraph key All All and a coherer, another device of his All NEVADA. LUND, All own, which will take up the variation NWM of the spark. WH SWJ4 Lot 2 In purely an accidental manner he (Received too late for last Issue.) All All found that his fertile brain had manaDec. 27, 1903. SE All ged to get the two windings of the in Hon. Thos. Judd and wife are in town All duction coil employed into such sympaSW ' S4 NX thy that the transmitter, when variated today. NW Next Tuesday there will be a graud NW All by his voice, in turn variated the spark, All his discovery was made when he was rabbit hunt. All mile from his Councilor Robert Reid returned from SW!SW test making his four N W4 NVJ4 home at 439 Gough street to Twin Manti Yesterday. SEM NWX " peaks. W. A. Terry returned from attendHe had left a telephone transmitter ing conference at St. George on the No land shall'be'sofd for less thau the attached to the receiving station on the 23rd. inst. value thereof, and not mor? than 160 acres of agricultural land, nor more than 320 bill which he had left in charge of his acres of arid land, nor more than four sections On the evening of Dec. 26, George A. of father and brother, and he at the reciv-ingrazing land will be sold to any one individ gave a wedding party in the hall ual, company or corporation, and sales of Terry on the porch at which such lands will be made only to citizens of the station, established every body enjoyed them- United States, or those who have declared tlieir of his home, heard to his own surprise intention to become such selves. Terms of sale: One tenth cash, payable at distinctly words his father was address On the evening of Dec 24, G. Chaun-ce- time ofin sale; the remainder of the purchase ten equal annual payments with interprice ing to his brother four miles away. at the rate of five per cent per annum, paySpillsbury and Miss Eva Cannon est able in advance, on deferred payments. gave a social and supper in the interest By order of the State Board of Land CommisCURED AFTER SUFFERING 10 YEARS. of the school. It was a great suc- sioners. BYRON GROO, B. F. Hare, Supt. Miami Cycle & cess Secretary. 10 Dec. Last Jan 7,01 (First Mfg. Co., Middletown, O., suffered On Christmas day there was a party for ten vears with dyspepsia. He spent for the children and in the evening hundreds of dollars for medicine and Notice to Water Users. there was a grand social for the people with doctors without receiving any of the Lund Ward, at which a nice pro One permanent benefit. He says, State Engineers Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, gram was rendered. Dec. 17, 1903. night while feeling exceptionally bad I Tomorrow evening there will be t Notice is hereby given that George F. Lane, was about to through dowu the evenpostostice address is Virgin Crty, Utah, Hard Times party in the hall, at whose has made application in accordance with the ing paper when I saw an item in the which of Chapter 100 of the Session be tickets can with requiremenis purchased paper regarding the iperits of Kodol Laws of Utah, to appropriate fourteen hundred second-teet carrots, of the water flowing in the etc, squash, 114UU) pumpkins, turnips, Dyspepsia Cure. I concluded to try it, Rio Virgin River, in Washington County, Utah, one in a dressed modern costume Any betno I while and I had faith in it felt to be diverted by means of a dam and weir at a be fined for contempt. will poiut about two (2) miles westerly from Virgin second dose. After after the ter using Ciiy at what is known as Rio Virgin Falls, and The people are enjoying good health from there to be conducted through a pipe fora two bottles I am stronger and better of about 100 feet and used from Januand are trying to be prepared to meet distance than I have, been in years and I recomary 1st to December 3lst of each year for develpower to be used for mechanical and mend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my Pres. Thos. Judd of the Navada Land oping lighting purposes in Washington, Iron and counties, Utah. After having been so friends and acquaintances suffering & live Stock Co. when he makes the Beaver used the water will be relumed to the natural rounds in Jan. to collect the dues on channel from stomach trouble. of said river at a poiut about 100 feet below the poiut of diversion. land purchased by settlers. For sale by St. George Drug Co. All protests against the granting of said apHert-zian-wav- e t State Land Sale. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. HOT WILL SUMMER wavs Remain With us VV right now is a good time to prepare for the cold weather to coine. t t t t t t t We have jnst received a nice new stock of W inter Dress Goods, Outing Flannels for Children, Cotton and Woolen Blankets, etc., etc. If yon do not keep warm it is not our fault, t t t t We also have in a nice fresh Hue of Groceries, and a complete assortment of Schillings Extracts, Spices, Coffee. Soda, and Baking Powders. Schillings goods are too well known to need further mention. The best is always the best, And tttttttttttttt ADDIE E. Chilly flights. y Mr. Snodgrass in the interests of his health, and incidentally representing NORMAL NOTES. the Ladies Home Companion, has spent a couple of weeks in St. George. He has a laryngeal affection and is subject Jan. 5, 1903 to frequent loss of voice in the northen Instructor received a supply Ward counties ef the state. He says climate of material for the laboratory yesterof Dixie agrees with him admirably. day. Several of the old have not Saved From a Terrible Death. The family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbitt of yet returned, but a number of new ones us. Bargerton, Tenn., saw her dying and have joined A new supply of tools for the manual were powerless to save her. The most skilled physicians and every remedy training department has arrived and used failed, while consumption was will be made use of in a few days. slowly, but surely taking her life away. Many of the students seem to have In this terrible hour Dr. King's New had something serious to contend with Discovery for Consumption turned des- during the holidays, as they look very pair into joy. The first bottle brought sleepy now. immediate relief and its continued use Junius Foster, one of the first stu completely cured her. Its the most dents of the Branch Normal visited certain cure in all the world for all ous school yesterday and spoke to us in throat and lung troubles. Guaranteed. chapel. Haying just returned from Bottles 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottles mission to Australia he gave us a very free. clear description of the country and the Co. St. For sale plication, stating the reasons therefor, must be made in writing and filed in this office after thirty i39) days and before sixty (60) days from the date hereof. A. F. DOREMUS, State Engineer. First Dec. 17 Last Jan. 14, 04 . - ' by W. F. George Drug an customs of the people. He was well pleased with the growth of the school Stuart, and the advantages we have at the grapher from Salt Lake City, has opened up a studio in the Pace building. present time. Anyone wishing strictly firstclass work would do well to.call on him. Fine Job Work clone at The Advo Sample photos of Beaver people may cate office. Always be seen in the post office window. photo- PROBATE Eor II HBBISflSHIP NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the estate of Robert Parker, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Martha A. Woodbury, Administratrix of the estate of Robert Parker, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to said administratrix, at her residence in the City of St. George, County of Washington. State of Utah, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. MARTHA A. WOODBURY. Administratrix. Dated Dec. 17, 1903. D. H. Morris, Alty. for administratrix. Dec. 17 Last Jan. 7, l'4. City Land for Sale. On Saturday, January 23, 1901, the City of St. George will offer tor sale at the tront steps of the County Court House, in the City of St. George, County of Washington, State of Utah, at 10 oclock a. m to the highest cash bidder all of lots 7 and 8, block 10, piat C: all of lots 6. 7 and 8, block 62, plat B, and lot 6, block 12, plat B, St. George City Survey. By order of the City Council. JOS. S. SNOW, (First Dec. 17 City Recorder. 03 -- Last Jau. 2', 04. Subscribe for the Advocate. these chilly nights than a nice, warm, comfor-- 0 table bed. We have a nice line of Iron Beds, Folding Beds, Springs and Mattresses, Bedding, Pillows &c. Just as well be warm and com-fortab- , 1 & 1 le. , E. B. SNOW, Furniture 11 Company. " iWi llCDURRlilE ITS Headquarters for Groceries, Dry Goods and General Merchandise. County Clerk or the Respective Signers First 0 0 H0T1CES. rnrtlicr Information Consult I that brings greater comfort 1 S FURNITURE, .. ordered on commission Springs and Mattresses always in Stock. A comlete line of fall and winter We Dress Goods just received. give you courteous treatment and best prices, . ooooooo B 2 3 Dont fail to make us a call. Flowers by express application. B. C. Fur any sind nil Occasion:. FUNERAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY Prices riffhi rniimato., o. MORRIS FLORAL CO. JlcCornlck Block, Sait Lake City, Lt;:!.