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THE DIXIE AoVQ'JAl E Issued every Frtdajr by the $0JT1 .(H UTAH PUBLISHING & PRINTING Leo CO. Eo.to Pc-c- t Published M.OfcS Or Professional Cards. Born iu Dublon on Friday Sept. I5tb, to Mi- and Mrs. Sarah Patten, a fine girl that weighed thirteen pounds. Good ! Our compliments. We are glad to see that big apples and pears are not tbe only big things produced in Mexico. Every Friday SUBSCRIPTION. $1.5 0 Per Year .75 T nree Months.. 50 in Advance. Six Months ! found in the Mormon colonies as having the greatest diversity of products, tbe largest and latest varieties of fruits and most beautifni homes for the tillers of the soil. . Sirctly ntered at the post office at St. George, Utah, for transmission through the mails as second J tM M4 4 I t1 1 When You Come To Salt Lake D. A. McCRECOR, M. D. PAROWAN, UTn H. OFFICE 1 IN LOUDER BU.LDING. e Full of Tragic Meaning class matter. F. J. WOODBURY, are these lines from J. H. Simmons, of Casey, la. Think what might have Friday, Oct. 13, 1905. resulted from bis terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about The laws of Utah protect tbd d.r. which he writes: I had a fearful elk, etc., and make it a misdemeanor cough that distrubed my nights rest. to kill, or even shoot at any of the I tried everythng but nothing above named animals for the next would relieve it, until I took Dr. Now the question natur fou years. Kings New Discovery for Consumpally arises as to who is to protect the tion, Coughs aud Colds, which comWe understand that in Pine farmer. Instantly- - repletely cured me. Valley it is no uncommon thing for a lieves and permanently cures all farmer to go out in the morning and throat diseases prevents ;grip and pneufind one or more deer in his crops. monia. Guaranteed; 50c and 31.00. A short time ago a farmer found three Tj ial bottle free. deer quietly eating their breakfast off For sale by St. George Drug C one of his shocks of grain. Deer For The Housewife. does nnont respect a lawful fence, in Ever since our Colonial ancestors fact does not seem to know what it is made for. When a domestic animal instituted Thanksgiving Day it has trespasses on the farmers crops the been a day of rejoicing and tbe good dinner plays the owner of the animal is called upon to A detailed and therein. part foot the bill, but iu case of a wild aniaml wbo shall the tanner call on interesting account of a Thanksgiving dinner as it will be served by tbe for bis damages? PHYSICIAN and at Cuft ST. GEORGE Office SURGEON. Whether during the STATE FAIR and CONFER- ENGB or any other time, bring a list of yonrhonse. " Residence UTAH. . furnishing needs. EDMOND called in at the last session of the county court for a while just to see how our county solousrun things. We were very much surprised tolearu that a uumber of the precincts in our county were without ocal regis trars of vital statistics. The court We bad made appointments, but tbe parties chosen had refused to serve, aud in some of tbe towns no person could be found who was willing to act in that capacity. It must be that people do not understand the law. if they did, instead of the county court having to beg parties to accept of an appointment the citizens of the various towns in the county would be asking to have the appoin tments made. The law provides that any physician, or midwife in attendance at a birth, shall within ten days file a proper certificate with the local registrar of the district and if there was! no pbysi-oia- n or midwife in attendance, then the parents must file th9ame within your home complete or in part, in modern manner, at a very mod eats cost. Make onr Store Headquarters when in the Oity. Office over Banh. - CEDAR, CITY UTAH. J. A. MELVILLE. and District Attorney. Attorney-at-La- w FIFTH JUDICIAL DITRICT- Will attend all sessions of the District Court in Washington and Iron Counties. Address: Fillmore City, U tah. Greenwald Furniture Go. one-thir- ami birth. prevents any danger of blood poisonIn case of a death, the law says ing. Keep a bottle of Pain Bali sn that a proper death certificate shall your home and it will save time aud b filed with the local registrar who not to meution the inconmoney, will then issue a burial permit, with- venience and suffering such injuries out which it is unlawful to bury or entail. otherwise dispose of a body, and any cor sale by all Dealers. p.rsou or presons refusing, or neglectTbe Inland Stock Company is in ing, to comply with the requirements of the law shall be fined in any sum town this week and are billed at the cate would have to be filed with the nearest and most accessible registrar in the county, otherwise those taking part iu the burial, and especially those taking charge, would have the unpleasant experience nf facing a criminal charge in the courts as the state registrar says the law must be complied with. News From Mexico. (From El Progress, Mexico.) Charles Whipple of Colonia Juares, State of Chihuahua, Mexico, spent a He part of this week in Torreon. came here to put the famous fruits of his section in the Torreon markets and while in the city? made arrangements with tbe Torreon mercantile company to handle them in large quantities. Mr. Whipple talks very entertain- ingly of the big fruit development made by the Mormons in the State of Chihuahua. Twenty years ago the first Mormon settlers went there and since then they have converted a desert into blooming orchards, and acres have been made to give forth fruit in abundance. It is said the apples, peaches, pears and grapes are superior to the California varieties. The transformation has been made by irrigation and labor. The water comes from a stream, a small river, and is carried in ditches to the various colonies; there intelligently util-zeto the best advantage. Torreon Enterprise. Mr. Alfred Baker of Cbiucbupa was here tbe first of the week with the prize baby of the colon ies. It is as pretty as a picture and weighs 17 pounds. It takes a good Baker to produce euch a big loaf. The Mexican Herald states that tbe State of Chicbuabua leads in irriga- - j tion in this republic. It could add that the finest results in irrigation are d ket. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, October 2, 1905. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has field notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court in and for Wash ington County, Utah, at St. George, Utah, on November 20, 1905, viz: Joseph Sylvester, upon H. E. No. 16136, for tbe lots 10, 11, 12 andl3, section 1, township 40 south, range 13 west, S. L. Meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cutlivation of said land, viz: Andrew F. Gregersen, Seth A. Pymm, Fanklin F. Gates and Jeddiah M. Gates, all of St. George, Utah. FRANK D. HOBBS, Register. (First Oct. 13 Last Nov. 17.) ' . Fine Job Work dot e at The ADVO cate office. Always a - Beaver, MININC Utah. AND PRO 3 ATT LAW A SPECIALTY. CEO. R. LUND Attorney-at-La- THE PRIZE STEEL RANGE. and Notary Pualic w - SHEM UTAH. ttttttttttttttttttttttttt - a e e e e a....a.a r-- t a. BANK1 or a f SOUTHERN UTAH t t J Commercial and Savings Depository MONEY TO LOAN slj FOERf CAIIIEr' I ST. GEORGE a Meat Market K. J. M. MOODY, " 4 5 I PROPRIETOR ii theatre for four evenings. Wednesday k H evening the play was tbe Sidewalks a of New York. They played to a V k large and appreciative audienoe. The a cast was unusually good and all the te te characters sustained their parts un- te K usually well. We can recommend te tbe Inland Sock Companys productions to all who wish to have an even- H k" ings enjoyment. They carry a good band aud orchestra and the music is well worth tbe pnoe of admission. In the heart of Last evening London was the attraction and the people showed their appreciation. We are in receipt of a poetical effusion from some poet laureate of Dixie, which we presume was intended for tbe contribution box, bat no name was attached to tbe verses. If the contributor will make known his identity we will make use of the poetry next week, otherwise, it will be consigned to the yawning waste bas- SALT LAKE CITY. W. 3rd So., 33-35-- General office & Conrt Practice of all kinds Long distance Telephone in both Office and Residence. d f" not less than tea dollars nor more than two hundred dollars for each offense. In case of a death in a town is no registrar tbe certifithere wjere QEO. B. GREENWOOD Attomer-a- t La w. Wounds. Bruises and Burns. By applying au antiseptic dressing to wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries before inflammation sets iu they may be healed without maturation and in about the time required by the old treatment. Tbis is the greatest discovery and triumph of modern Chamberlains surgery. Fain Balm acts ou this same princi. pie applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly. It also save yon We will furnish w. nt young housewife who has followed the story of The Making of a Housewife iu The Delinator, is given by Isabel Gordon Curtis in the November nun ber. Thanksgiving D ay Novelties illustrates many seasonable dishes from the traditional pumpkin a choicely arranged harvest pie, Other articles on Nut centerpiece Novelties and Maple Dainties can be made to advantage at this season of the year, and will add a novelty to the family menu. well money op every article. H. RYAN, Attornor-at-La- Bring it here and above is a cut the Prize Silver Acorn Range are j ing asThesecond prize in our voting contest. It purchased throgb of we offer- - was One door west of F. G . Miles Harness Shop, St. George, Utah, the Greenwald Furniture Company, State agents, and is one of the T very best on the market. J Southern Utah Pub. & Prtg Co. Sick Headache When your head aches, there is a storm in the nervous system, centering in the brain. This irritation produces pain in the head, and the turbulent nerve current sent to the stomach causes nausea, vomiting. This is sick headache, and is dangerous, as frequent and prolonged attacks weaken the brain, resulting in loss of memory, inflammation, epilepsy, fits, dizziness, etc. Allay this stormy, irritated, aching condition by taking Dr. Miles Anti-Pai- n Pills. They stop the pain by soothing, strengthening and relieving the tension upon the nerves not by paralyzing them, as do most headache remedies. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills do not contain opium, morphine, chloral, cocaine or similar drugs. Make Your Home a Happy One- BUY AN Estey Organ. . "Sick headache Is hereditary In my family. My father Buffered a great deal, and for many years I have had spells that were so severe that I was unable to attend to my business affairs for a day or so at a time. During a very severe Anti-Paiof headache, I took attack Dr. Miles n Pills and they relieved me almost Immediately. Since then I take them when I feel the spell coming on and It stops It at once. JOHN J. MeERLAlN. Pres. 8. B. Eng. Co., South Bend, Ind. Antl-Paln Dr. Miles' Pills are told by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first will benefit. If It package falls he will return your money. 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind The highest Ideal of Organ We sell BRAND NEW ORGANS $46.50 and up. We sell for cash or on easy payments. 8 UTAHS LEADING MUSIC HOUSE. Everything Known in Music. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.