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THE DIXIE VOL. 2. SAINT y INEIA GOODS it BIG STOCK. , M. of C iv ah iu v w COUNTY, .. News of Utahs Dixie. t. .0. '9 0- H ft 51 i & 2 ders and Miningtrade solicited. See oi bargains. Dr.nmn. Undertaker J LICENSED EMBALMER. Cellias anil t 'uslcets always on hand. a SI r . I'TAH. QEORUE R. LUND, Attorney-at-La- w, All Kinds of Practice Solicited. ST. I ESOR - GE, UTAH. m. yn. wiNTiiRop betts, 5 d. Formerly of Salt Lake City. 4 PRESENT OFFICE ADDRESS, Utah, S LOS CALIFORNIA. AWCcLZS, DR. E. S HEBRON. .GRAFTON. June Qth, 1903. is looking The weather very much like storm. Hay cutting and stoMc driving are the main employments at present. An entertainment will be given in the interest of the Brimary Associa.iona week form next Monday. The health of the people has not been very excellent tlie past week of two. Early fruit such as cherries, goosf, berries, currants a id are now ripe. y H. CONGER, s, BLOOMINGTON. July loth, 1903. Alfred A. CaTpenter returned from Parowan on the Hrd.inst., bringing with him Miss Eliza Holyoak of that place as his intended bride. The wedding took place yesterday at the St. George Temple. A dance was given last night in honor of the event, J. booth and Co. furnishing the music. All from this place and Price, and a few from St. George, were present. Some nice presents were presented to the bride and bridegroom, a few of which created considerable merriment. EveryEoth body enjoyed themselves. are respectable voting people whom any community could vell be proud of. 8h dge Wunk a Shc'altv Teeth Extrtfo W thout Pa Office in J. E. biiijr, 2ml North St. I YAH. iixoi I. Crown and 3 FAIR DEAL .... Ii ait RELIABLE ASSAYS. ?: 75 uUI Leivil 00 I SUMMER 0J i O 0 0 00 0 49 0 00 :052 0 00 69 V. rU 2 Vineyard Plows, Machinery Washing Whtjel-barrow- s, Wqpjons, Harvesting fy lilt, i ,'r A;., 'Lifelieili ttflLi' We have just received a new line of Dry Goods including Dress Goods, Gents Furnishings, Gents sumand Blank Books. mer Hats, and a line of ALSO Book-keepin- g 0 ALL ORDERS FILLED ST. U SHORT GEORGE 8 M. M. HARMON, .(Ir wv ,f. TlT ,i, ?T ,b tfT 0? .J. Tf.-- 4i Ti? k a . Ak .K 4?? :f' New Goods! .T NOTICE CO-O- P. Superintendent. .h0? rL :$. jil; 4. 4.' Hew Goods! in THE 00 0 0 0 69 00 0 00 0 0 ' I Compare our prices with what you are paying elsewhere, and see if we are not offering some rare bargains C. F.' FOSTER, Proprietor, ou Soiirl m m & jt ajj. Price n i vu They are the only ATTACHMENTS that make your sewing machine sharpen your scissors, knives, needles, etc., poi.ish your silver, gold and plated ware, shine your shoes and fan you cool while sewing, and they are so simple and so simply perfecC.that everyone who has a sewi.ig machine wants a set as soon as they know of them. Will fit any machine. Carried in stock and for sale hv per-fect- 9 9 (II W. E. BEfiCH, St. George, Utah SM hi!, UTAH. June 4, 1903. late for publication last week.) T.ie weather isnt very cold but thtniclter has frozen up. Senator Lewis and Mr. Feriis list of travelers wei among th throjgh Shem. Shem people want to know wh;. it is that the St. George people are jso anxious to have the mine clo:, down. (me of the freighters objects to wemg a felt hat any longer this seaa n on the grounds that he was raided on straw hats. '.uiere is a new blacksmith in tow 1, and if the tune he plays on the anvil is not exactly Home Swvt Home, the steai(y labor that Ueptup ought to come nearly wu nag a home, sweet home. (TVo . ye North Strtet. Tom-Stirlin- NELSON, Vl l vi Vii Haw Discovery ptioN uiuusuDd rori xosym A Perfect Cure : For y Price 50c & $1.01 All Throat and Lung Troubles. Trial Bottles free. Serious Mistake. St. George Drug Co. Mrs. Wm. J. Snow attended M. A. conference in Salt Lake City. She will remain there several weeks. Miss Tillie Gardner and Bro. Willard have gone to Logan. The former will specialize along the line of Domestic Science and art, and the latter will take a position as typewriter. The weather is fine again and Tie crops are growing nicety. major part of the grain is coming out wonderfully well. Some oat land however, had to be replanted. The fruit is all killed. It doesnt look now as if there would even be any apples in the town. I. K. (' DeWitt & Co. is the name of the firm who makes the geuuine Witcb Hazel Salve. DeWitt's is the Witch Hazel Salve that heals without leaving a scar. It is a serious mistake to use DeWitts Witch Hazel any other. Salve cures blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles, burns, bruises, eczema and all skin diseases. Sold by l ii 5S! iiht. Iheays I Seven Million boxes sold in past months. Tablets. This Signature, It ti irge m. t Milford will hold a grand celebraday. Besides exercises, the regular patriotic diilling contests, base ball game, horseraces and other sports will be will probgiven. The celebration ably last two days. tion of Independence contract for carrying the the St. George, Cedar and Lund route will still remain in the The mail on tfi Bp. Heber Harrison of Pinto and Miss Lcttie Nelson of This City are Cupids Latest Victims. At the home of Brea. E. II. Snow evening the wedding Wednesday reception of Bp. Heber II. Harrison of Diuto and Miss Lottie Nelson, the sister-in-law- was held. , The luwu was hung with Chinese lauterns and the reception was held out of doors. A large number of quests were present. A nice program of vocal and instrumental marie was rendered and delicate refreshments, consisting of sandwitehes, cake, oranges aud lemonade, were served. The bride was attired in a gown of white material, trimed with white satin ribbon and all over lace, aud looked her best. The young people were nnuried in the St. George temple at noon. The groom, as already staled, is the bishop oftheliutc ward, an honor seldom conferred upon a vonng man, though this barrier is now removed. The bride has for a number of years been telegraph operator at this place, was prominent iu social circles aud is highly respected. The groom returned to Hinto with his bride jesterday, and another re ceptiun is to be given by the grooms parents at that place. The best wisher of The Advocate accompany the young people on their journey of life. Andrew Corry. The hands of advices from Washington state that no change will be inade, on account Notice. of the irregularity of the proposals Bishops of worJs will please notify received. their people that the regular quarterly conference of the Su George Slake will convene June 1J and 11, in the Cures Crip Stake tabernacle. Hriesthood meetb Two Days. ing held Saturday at 5 o'clock, p. m. K. H. Snow, on every Thos. 1 Cottam, box. 25c. Geo. F. Dated May v young t hose hay the operetta to be given innmw u'glit for the benefit of the V Vard Frunary AsmJ lation. threatened storm. - Froro and after June 1, beef will be always an hand at our market. Ulebki; A Shop. Company Alfi'eJ Carpenter fritn Price and were Kii.a Holyoak from parowan married iu tho St. George temple Wednesday. Jo''U)h Price returned this week from r business trip to Salt Lake Pity. Tuesday he left for his claim ut Hacks canyon to superintend the decolm clout wont Notice. m irket at my place of business on North street aud will have beef hereafter I have just opened up a meat twice a week. .!. K MlCHKLS. A good moderate rain would do the country an immense amount of good right now. But this is' the season of the year when It never rains, bef it advertising. JULY NUMBER. New Idea Womans Maga.hie. Everything of interest and iuijKirt-aucto the life and comfort of a homefrom golf maker in the Summer-tune- , to bathingsuibs and the various wajs of serving cherries, is touched upon in the MuNnmmer Number of the new ukawomn's mah a zink. Parasol and Sun Lunhiviia'5 are reviewed by Kate Wallace Glenn, nts; Frances Dana a 'ts forth the vogue in Summer and Waldon Gloves and Mills, Fawcett tells Ilow to Make Porticoes The Fourth of July in Attractive. LuzonMs charmingly deseibed by L. McLaughlin, and a page of humor delightfully illustrated is an excellent feature for the hot weather. The patterns set forth the latest vagaries of fashiou, and the stories are extraordinarily interesting. Kodol Gives Strength by enabling the digestive organs to digest, assimilate and transform all of food that nourishes the wholesome nerves, feeds the tinsucs, hardens the muscles and recuperates the organs of the enure body. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion, Dyspepsia, Catarrh of the stomach and disorders. Sold by St. George Drug Co. Advertise in Tue Advocate. Sun-da- The weather has been very close ami day or two, due to tho One Thousand Dollars Per Day. The Go-o- p continues to do an exceed inglv heavy business. From three to Jive hundred dollars sales per day is no unusual thing, but when one day this week they took in one thousand dollars it caused Superintendent Arthur, who is rather hard to stir, to smile all over his face as he exclaimed Keep it up, well have a new building Iron Iouuty llecord. yet. has been carrying a The Co-oad. for the past year in quarter-pag- e ia and its local paper, reaping the fruits of liberal and judicious Whitehead, State Frtshuucv. 29, 1903. twenty-eigh- suhy the past ig BENEDICTS. To Cure a Cold in One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine 12 v lat DecioS sn. could ho broiij. lit up abreast of the r.ieK ride's Sunday eveniug. a-linn-'H i Mipoiied with a good h'' Presidents 11 Ice ereum every week day aud at W A Xdons. iimodity. There ,aro many younff men eeoking1 Bp. Andrew Sproul, with Andrew TI. Larson and Cornelius MeCravy, form homes in Idaho and Wyoming who the bisuoprio of the Washington ward. could do better to enseouso themselves There are two mercantile establish- upon a lot In Washington and raise Store ami one by onion, asparagus or other garden proments, the Co-oMiller Iverson. I1. K. VanOnlen is duce, and if enough of them would oilstore and fffa.ee in the Mime line, making a s' udy superintendent of the . of how to market their proJurts, a de- major of the city, inmnd could .00 n he created in the KKSOUKULS AND OiPOinTNmKS northern marketH of the tate for the Tt is a mystery to it unless cverjoee, fruits and vovetuldes of Dixie, that is the stockholders themoelvts, that would not ftCv'opt an imitation or sub- tho Washington factory is allowed to- litut0t Camornia cannot compete remain idle, while tho buildings and WiLi1Ujiin the matter of quality and machinery dctcorinatc year by year. ( llavor. All that is ueedid is someThe institution was founded by that one with a little capital to lead out statesmen and financier, Ires. Youtiff, and demonstrate what may be done. added a and while boinff operated There are a number of industrious number of expensive pieces of machincitizens there, but they painstaking t ery and is understood to have paid nre p,0 few and seaiterinjj to accomgood dividend, and certainly it was a plish the desired result, besides lackgreat advantage for the people of the ing capital. H is estimated that the Tho building is a substanlocality. average the town over is not more tial stone structure and would last for than oue able bodied man 10 each and The mules, cards, jrener.itions. block. some of the loom as well as the jj in There is a future in store for Washis and much of the other machinery ington, and row is the time for the and men of experience ouhff mail of industry and enterprise a hold on the ground door. state that fora few thousand dollar it to THE , another of and is eehiraliv located for the Dixie of keeping Il was the century. u.iuh money at home which i now being s nt away for foreign in;uo; goo Js. Thechuren holds the eontroll lug interest in the stock and if there is any profit in the manufacture of fabrics would realize double interest from the tithes of the employe?. The Advocate hopes to see the machinery of the factory in motion again in the near future and hear the welcome huiu of renewed industry. At Ogdon, Irovo and Beaver there is money in the innnuf teturo of woolen ;and cotton goods; why not hero? j OTHET ('I'KNINgs, j nut jf it is decided by those behind the investment that, the factory can not be run at a protit, tiien the build-tjier- e and power should !m utilized for else. Kleetrieity could be generated with whieh to light the towns of the locality, which would be a step in the right directum. .Again, j went to some During the pronorou dtys of Silver the local silk commis-io- n LTeef much hay and other pmdu e from considerable eypen-- e a year ago to Washington found a good market purchase a proper piece of machinery there, and altogether this became j reeling and twisting the cocoons, piite an aggressive little city, for tho and it was understood that the asocia-uw- n was iucorjmrated. But these tion was to have a room in the factory Silver and the use of the power, or so riueh prosperous times had au end. Keef shut down; then, tho factory of it as might be necessary, to run closed its doors, and there being no their machinery. The machine, which 11 one, ha; thoroughly new satisfactory market for the produce of their Helds, vineyards and orchards, been stored away in an upper room quite a number of the inhabitants were of the building and the work is forced to seek homes elsewhere. Whatever difCon- being done by hand. siderable of the property passed into, ferences may have arisen should be ad- the hards of people residing outside, ju&icd and the labor-savin- g device put and the improvonumis being allowed j in motion, n to go down has given tho town a V N( V I.TI V ATET) I .OTS. Two things are Asiutimated in the commencement appeal ance. needed to rejuveuate tV; pace: FiiM, of this article, there are a grout many if for young energetic men to get posses- uncultivated lots in Washington, sion of and cultivate the town aud field uli these were carefully tilled, almost property, and second better facilities tv. ice the present population of the .V railfor marketing their produce. town could be supj erted. road through the lulley would make With a railroad running through or n'dr Washington, evev ciLy lot in Washington a garden. And The present population is about hid the town would support a family soul- -. ith railroad fa Jitieo, by s ,to'The town is located live miles east, of St. George unci tin1 eU'vution is matic niuihuil of packing ami jMrlmpa u li t Lin gt'o.iter than ut. this tho Orehunltc unci gardens could he AH kinds of semi tropical made much more pvnlitnhle. place. lose proximate ou a rea-om- t with profit, JOIN ,Ji of fr Dr. Kings j i Attachments. pasl Dealer U Greens Sewingmachine oue Watchmaker Jeweler... A NEW! f! o. O. Holt, who has been attc. ding school at Salt l.ake dur-inme past winter, arrived home stage la.t Sunday. .'.ldciv, June 1st, our Sunday Sell d Jubilee at the Knierpi'se rest Loir was a grand success, the best time of the season. Here ts hopi g that we may have more suc'y If. Middleton of Cedar City through this place in great hast. Iat Sunday morning ou the -r i Clover vrnyValley, lie was sent wait on Mrs. I,. L. Woods for who was not expected to live. The docker returned home leaving Mrs. Woods much improved. & Money back if it fail.. m SOMETHING m LEEDS June ylh, 1903. if we might Slave rain When, iu the tarlv days of Utah, the .r necessity of settling the outhem tkm of the Mute (tarn territory m order 10 provide homob for all the mi inis, whs neo by Pres. Brigham Youujr, and the vanguard of nvlliration pi !td the laiiii of saiul and rocks and euetus below the black ridge, in what U Known a Dixie, the lirt settlement to be established was Washington. There to the minds of the pioneers, was the most prornMiig location for h city. There was an aWmd.iuee of wat-- , and a nioe valley f fertile land. The little band of home-seekerwas led by llolxirt D. Uovinpton, and the w us shortly alter augimmi-e- d population by a few families of saints coming to I tuh overland from San Bernardino, rl he town California. grew and pros pered and for some years was tho mosi The populous town of the county. Uardnngtnn woolen mills were located 7 am! for -- or ears furnished employment to a small army of work ers, prmeipally young ladies. Haviny a good waer power, the grist mill was al.--o located the. re. J. SMITH, W.fl. HUB. and Eg?s in exchange. It'.i'iks as si y"-- To Mrs. Jumvs i. INeiHtioring City. June 10th, 1903. Mrs. O. C. Olsen and her daug-ter Mamie left for Cedar this morn ing on business. and Win. Nichols have g'A,e To Kanaan ranch to UEALEKH hunt for cat'e '1 , .Wi,'vh,. V"'.1', I" i,.JlniiySrrpi fuTte lamce'" 01 the people a Lath and Cedar Shingles. here are troubled with the fevers stc boarding house has accoinmo-d.iLUMBER OF ALL KINDS AND BUILDERS d the dancers by changing its this spring. HARDWARE The Jessup family will soon go dinjng room to a hail. and Screens Windows to Kolob mountain to spend the made to order. Mail orders will summer. receive prompt attention. .WASHINGTON. Mrs. Morlison of larowan, who F. D. DWELLEY, Manager. 4 block west of Opera House. St. George. has been visiting with her mother, . June 20th, 1903. Tirn home Mrs. started Hausen, 1eurce came Lamar and Will yesterday. down from Shem last week. D. home returned Hans Bastian from Frisco Wednesday. LUND, NEVADA. Ida Crawford went to cook at June ist, 1903. the Apex last week. y Watches, Clocks and Jewel-r(Too late for last issue.) Mrs. William Tobler is still very Fine line of repaired. After the storms the weather is ill. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry warm and beautiful. of all kinds and Jrices carried Jos. Judd and C. McReavy went instock. See our display .ff A number of the boys are off with to Sliein last week to find work. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. the sheep herds. started north James Wilkins All Mail Orders given prompt attention. Geo. Ashby has just returned with a load of last week. vegetables ...ST. IIEOHUE, VTA 1... from Modena. lres. Snow and lres, Cottam The stock on the ranges are look- were visitors at meeting Sunday. ing well for this time of the year. Nielsen went to St. Carrie Our dramatic company appeared Ceoige Sunday to work at the before the public May 23rd and Lang House. made a grand success. A number of the boys from this Successor to lfodge & Nelson, The fields and gardens begin to place took in" the dance at St. look green and lovely and prospects in George Friday night. are good for a bountiful crop. MilMorgan Adams started for Cents Furnishings Bp. Snow will start for Salt Lake ford last week with Jacob Maxwell Confections, the last of this week and will prob- and family who are leaving for ably visit St. George at the June Idaho. Croceries, conference before he returns home. Shoes, The funeral services were held S & Sister Jane Tobacco Cigars over the remains of v and Notions. Hall Tuesday morning at 10 o'cloek. .PINE VALLEY.. The speakers were Bros. Arthur . paxman, Neils Sorenson, Hyrum ismeeecccc9KscoocoQol June 8th, 1903. .arson, and Bp. Sproul. All spoke Mrs. Maud Corry spent last week of the good character of Grandma here visiting relatives and friends. Hall. j Nothing has ever equalled it Another slight earthquake shock Nothing can ever surpass it. about nine occured last night The contract for the erection of o'clock. the new State Normal building; at Most of our stock men are out Cedar City has been awarded to on the round up. No cattle sale Bishop Oliver Hodgson of Salt is yet affected. Lake City, at a cost of 29,900. Miii'Ki't at. HATS & READYMADE CLOTHING. . V. BEEBEE, Mgr. It. Pearce. prices. Chickens Ribbons, Trimmings, $ Skirts and Waists, $ Dress Goods, Dry $ f Goods, Groceries, etc. f JJ attention. and 5ilver Wefind and Bought. Arnithoe St, OGDEN ASSAY CO 125Pemer, Colo. Fresh Beef, Pork Mutton and Fish always on hand. Fair Our new goods are now in and our Store is full of nice things for all. CENTS Samples by mall receive prompt Successors to NewJustGoods $ LOU 1.5U 00 BEEBEE & CO. 0 Meat Market 0 0 i. 0, 0 0 0 Butter, 0 taken 0iI 0 00 DIXIE LHBER AND 00 BUILDING COnRANY '. 49 00 Col! mill Silver.. tioil,p.ilter,foijer Oold CHAS. And hard work aud worry is the portion of both men and women. Gardens and vineyards must be hoed or cultivated, domestic cares must receive attention. By following our advice, your tasks can be made much lighter. First, attire your selves for summer, by purchasing from us a summer hat, summer underwear, summer dress goods, 'etc. Next provide such tools ar.d implements as are necessary to advantageously perform your tasks. We have: Scrap.ers, j 49 HERE! W W . HAPPENINGS. LOCAL LATENT RESOURCES. Opportunities for Investments' and Homes Furnished by our rr (fi stiaw-berrie- 313316 Wilcox building, Spring Street, -- $ IS . if i 5 A a. n. ij H. PICKETT, ST. GOORUE. We carry the largest and most com- 3 plete stock of merchandise in the South, and make a specialty of s prompt and courteous treatment of all our customers, uut of town or- ONE PRICE M. iw -. NO. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, iyrt:j. IN ..MINING SUPPLIES.. Saint George, UTAH 1 w; dv Nota ryPu bile Kiiit -- mORRIS, Mining and lroltate Business. AH lerotiandise General r and JAMES ANDRUS & SONS, AND RETAIL DEALERS CARDS. Attorneyat-La- 2 -- WHOLESALE & BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL & xs 4 WASHINGTON G HOUGH, FF jkiurs. John Tymn with a nu ruber cf hand returned Tuesday from the range, bringing in a bunch of cuttle which were turned over .to the representative oft )1 Nutter. Mrs. Fllen W. Lutil, wife of the late Luntof UpdarCitv, aud one of the pioneers of Iron (.minty, died ut (donia, Juarez, Mox.t on the lNth of iuat month. lain ('hamlxnduin.s Balm is an antiseptic lmiment, aud when applied to cut, bnubcsand burns, mues them to heal without maturation and mueli more quickly than hv Ihc usual treat? meut. For sale bv St. George Drug (o. eoliee, tea, vaseline, beer, emirer, acids, camphor, turpentine, ele.i-athe flub. H'e worth secures a eliunefc Huy umouiu, perUiine, your root, t on the rare a1. yw v. Airb l1y iholn6 liod from. Pedsir XlcK tffitiV T1V a contract ou the fo: had been figuring decoration of the new Xottiiul building to be erected there soon. . ot testiLat Sunday being fast-damonies were born in the Sunday school and in the afternoon meeting. The' time at the meeting m the evening was occupied by Gordon Woolley, an old Si. Geortcr and now a resident of Salt Lake City. Oracle Gardner, the eleven-year-olchild of Thomas Gardner, died last Tuesday morning. Graeie bad been sick nearly two years, having u touch of heart disease besides being uillielcd The funeral was with rheumatism. held Wednesday afternoon. Dr. K. II. Ganger, a graduate of the dental collece ut Louisville, Ky., has opened an oilice in the John K. Pace building, ami announce. his intention of making his permanent head quarters iu St. George. Attention i called to his professional card in this issue. Balm is an Chamberlain's Pain antiseptic liniment, and when applied euis,s thorn to heal with maturation and much more quickly than by the usual treatment. Fore sale by tlie St. George Drug. Go. to cuts, bruises, and burns, Mrs. Geo. Woodward is rejortod to be dangerously ill, Mrs. Woodward and her husband, St, Georges philanthropist, are probably tho oldest couple In southern Utah. The former has attained the age of 88 years, and the latter 84, the two totaling 173 years. Chamberlain's Stomach and layer Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite, feel dull alter eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and iuvigornte your stomach and give yon n relish for your food. For sale by St. George Drug Go. Alex H. Hollo, secretary of the Enterprise BesLTv'oif & Canal Co., came in from Cedar City on Wednesday mornings stage to manipulate the sale of a quantity of delinquent stock, and after disposing of the business connected therewith, took stage for home again the same evening. Driven to Desperation. Living at an out of the way place, remote from civilization, a family ia often driven to desperation in case of ai cident, resulting in Burns, Guts or Wounds, Ulcers, etc. Lav in a supply of Bucklcns Arnica Salve. Its the best on earth. at St. George Drug Store. Tho results of the various round ups this week. have been in evidence Bunches of cattle have been driven hither and thither about town at fie quent intervals, and apparently ull the cattle are not gone out of the country Stockmen report that the aniyet. mals are in better condition than they have been at this tiraj of the year for a long while.